BABA Highlights

East Division

Shawano 16

Menominee 5

Shawano opened its season with a lopsided win over Menominee.

Carter Weisnicht tallied five hits for Shawano, while Kurt Boldig added four hits. Brandon Estep earned the win on the mound.

Ray Lamieux tallied four hits for Menominee, while Alan O’Kimosh drove in two runs. Pete Bruette suffered the loss.

Clintonville 3

Neopit 0

Clintonville blanked Neopit behind a strong start from Hunter Vollmer and a big night at the plate for Kyle Finger.

Finger tallied four hits and three RBIs, while also homering in the win. Vollmer earned the win on the mound. Travis Rohde added two hits and walked twice for Clintonville.

Anthony Leeman took the tough loss for Neopit. Mequon Frechette led the team at the plate with two hits.

Gresham 10

Marion 2

Gresham eased past Marion in the season opener for both teams.

Cody Reimer finished with three hits, while Joe Ejnik and Adam Carroll each doubled for Gresham. Derek Bowman earned the win on the mound.

Cayden Schoen and Ryan Mortensen each led Marion with two hits. Joe Weynberg took the loss.

Northern Division

Birnamwood 13

Eland 8

Birnamwood held off Aniwa to improve to 2-0 on the young season.

Corey Krull homered among his two hits to lead Birnamwood. Brady Erickson doubled twice among his three hits, while Tim Rew had two hits. Austin Reed picked up the win on the mound.

Jarod Richter had two hits for Eland, but also took the loss on the mound. Derek Kawlewski homered and had two hits while Nick Lemke doubled.

Aniwa 11

Elderon 7

Aniwa earned its first win of the season by knocking off Elderon in a high-scoring contest.

Aniwa has 13 hits in the win, with Garrett Held posting three of them. Ryan Govek, Brian Hoppe and Jake Fleischman all added two hits — Hoppe homered twice, while Govek homered once. Fleischman picked up the win.

MacLaen Alwes suffered the loss for Elderon. Marvin Meronk, Matt Meronk and Mike Lehman all had two hits, with one of Matt Meronk’s hits being a home run.

Hatley 9

Wittenberg 0

Hatley blanked Wittenberg for its first victory of the season.

Kyle Zblewski had for hits for Hatley, while John Breske tallied three.

Dom Anderson and Blu Anderson each had a hit for Wittenberg. Heinrich Walder was the losing pitcher.

South Central Division

Waupaca 10

Plover 5

Waupaca doubled up Plover to improve to 2-0.

Cam Seidl earned the win for Waupaca. Walker Smith had two hits, while Tyler Goggin homered.

John Jazz had three hits for Plover, while Ryan Makusku scored twice. Jake Dreves suffered the loss on the mound.

New London 7

Green Lake 6

New London improved to 1-1 with a tight win over Green Lake.

Green Lake fell to 0-2.

Scandinavia 6

Weymont 3

Scandinavia remained undefeated by doubling up Weymont.

Loan Moe and Jason Steinbach each had three hits for Scandinavia in the win.

Andy Krause doubled and drove in two runs for Weymont.

West Division

Caroline 8

Leopolis 1

Caroline opened its season with a convincing win over Leopolis.

Bryson Bernarde earned the win on the mound, striking out eight batters over five innings. Aaron Hoffman and Eric Kroening each tossed two innings and struck out three batters. Bernarde and Conner Senzig each tallied three hits at the plate, while Kroening and Dylan Loveland each had two hits. One of Kroening’s hits was a homer.

Nate Laude suffered the loss for Leopolis. Tommy Stueck tallied the team’s only hit.

Tigerton 6

Bowler 1

Paul Sellner stifled Bowler to help Tigerton win its season-opener.

Sellner pitched eight innings, striking out eight batters along the way. He also tallied three of the team’s seven hits.

Cody Thiex took the loss for Bowler. Logan Thiex led the team with two hits.

Little Falls 8

Tilleda 4

Little Falls doubled up Tilleda to improve to 1-0.

Jeremy Bauer turned in a strong start to earn the win for Little Falls. He struck out 11 batters over six innings. Cam Gruenwald had four hits, including two doubles. Kyle Fischer homered.

Joel Brei took the loss for Tilleda. Kurt Brei, Brad Brei and Steve Flanagen all tallied two hits.