Prep baseball roundup: Reedsville sweeps DH

Prep baseball roundup: Reedsville sweeps DH


Prep baseball roundup: Reedsville sweeps DH


The Reedsville baseball team swept visiting Brillion in an Olympian Conference doubleheader on Thursday by scores of 4-0 and 5-1.

The Panthers scored all four runs in the third inning of Game 1. That was all of the offense starting pitcher Cody Schamburek would need.

Schamburek held the Lions to three hits in seven innings. He struck out four and walked three.

Brandon Thelen, Trevor Mack, Ryan Schwahn, and Bryce Hassemer each drove in a run for Reedsville.

Elliott Ebert sparked the Panthers’ offense in Game 2. The junior went 3-for-3 with a double, a home run, and two RBIs.

Schwahn picked up the win, striking out eight in six innings. He allowed one earned run on three hits.

Man. Lutheran 4, Roncalli 0

The visiting Lancers held the Jets to three hits in the OC showdown.

Tyler Heyduk paced Roncalli’s offense by going 2-for-3 while teammate Jared Patek (1-for-2) had the other hit.

Johnathon Roberts took the loss for the Jets, throwing all seven innings while allowing four runs on seven hits with four strikeouts.

Results for Lutheran were not provided.

Man. Lincoln 15-1, GB East/West 5-2

The Ships split a Fox River Classic Conference doubleheader with Green Bay East/West.

Lincoln took Game 1 15-5 in six innings.

Ben Kohls, Brennan Mrotek, Byron Anderson, and Brian Tlachac each had two hits for the Ships.

Devon Seiler was the winning pitcher. He allowed five runs — four earned — on four hits. He struck out four and walked three.

The co-op took Game 2 by a score of 2-1.

Ben Hols provided Lincoln’s only run of the game with a solo home run in the sixth inning.

Anderson took the loss. He struck out two and walked two in six innings and allowed two earned runs.

Wrightstown 4, Valders 1

The Vikings fell to the host Tigers 4-1.

Valders owned a 7-5 advantage in the hit column, but it wasn’t enough.

Seven different Vikings had a hit and Ben Behnke drove in a run.

Jon Shimon took the loss. He allowed two earned runs on five hits across six innings of work. Shimon struck out two and walked two.


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