Prep Results: Adelman Hits, Pitches CGB To Win, Hancock Rallies Past Ashby 17 Apr 17

BASEBALL
Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 8, Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 3
WHEATON – Lukas Adelman belted a two-run opposite field home run in the first inning, then preceded to throw five innings of one run ball as the Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Wolverines defeated Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 8-3 in Pheasant Conference baseball on Monday.

Adelman gave up an unearned run on two hits while striking out eight to earn the win, he helped his own cause going 2-3 with a home run, double, and a walk while driving in  two runs and scoring three times to earn player of the game.

Bryce Hoffmann collected two RBI’s going 2-4, and Austin Kipp was 2-3 with an RBI and two runs scored. 

The Warriors bats came alive in the sixth, stringing together four straight hits off Sam Adelman to score twice cutting the Wolverines lead to 6-3, but had a runner thrown out at home by Lukas Adelman who had moved to shortstop that limited the damage.

The Wolverines responded two more in the seventh and Sam Adelman closed it out in the bottom of the inning to help CGB improve to 3-2 on the season. 

Matt Thielen took the loss, tossing five innings, allowing five runs (four earned) on four hits, walking two and striking out six. Zack Deal led the Warriors at the plate going 2-3 with a run scored, as they fall to 1-5.

Hancock 11, Ashby 8
ASHBY – A two-out seventh inning rally helped the Hancock Owls shock Ashby, defeating the Arrows 11-8 on Monday.

Trailing 8-5 and down to their final out, the Owls rallied to score six runs to steal a win away from the Arrows, Chandler Gramm closed it out in the bottom of the inning for the save. Michael Milander earned the win for Hancock tossing two shutout innings in relief.

Andrew Shaw had two hits with three RBI’s and three runs scored, Milander drove in three on two hits, and Zach Copa collected two hits with an RBI for Hancock who is now 2-2.

Chrisitan Koefod suffered the loss, Jaden Norby was 2-4 with two RBI’s for the Arrows who fall to 2-4.

Ortonville 9, Brandon-Evansville 4
ORTONVILLE – Two error-filled innings proved too costly for Brandon-Evansville as they fell to Ortonville 9-4 on Tuesday. 

The Trojans took advantage of six Charger errors to score five in the first inning, and added three more in second to build an early lead that was too much to overcome for Brandon-Evansville. 

Austin Bitzan and Gavin Jacoson each had RBI doubles, Trey Bosek took the loss as the Chargers fall to 3-3.

Deric Radermacher earned the win for the Trojans who are now 4-1.

SOFTBALL
Brandon-Evansville 14, Browerville/Eagle Valley 1 / 5 inn
BROWERVILLE – Brandon-Evansville scored 12 combined runs in the third and fourth innings, and defeated Browerville/Eagle Valley 14-1 in five innings on Monday.

Lizzy Friedrich and Carrigan Okerlund led the Chargers hit parade by each going 3-4 with three RBI’s, Okerlund was a home run shy of the cycle. Haddey Zastrow, Shyanna Behrens, and Kennedy Lund each had two hits, combining for six RBI’s and five runs scored.

Sadie Roers earned the win, allowing one run over five innings on five hits, walking two and striking out six. The Chargers are now 6-2 on the season.

BOLD 4, Minnewaska Area 0
GLENWOOD – Morgan Flann tossed a complete game one-hitter as the BOLD Warriors defeated Minnewaska 4-0 on Tuesday. 

Morgan Hess got the lone hit for the Lakers with a double, she also took the loss in the circle  allowing four runs (tw0 earned) on five hits, striking out five. The Lakers fall to 4-2.