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High School Baseball Results (May 12)

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By The Staff

Tuesday, May 10
St. Elmo at Brownstown
St. Elmo senior Kase Stolte homered to help the Eagles overpower Brownstown, 14-3, on Tuesday.
SEHS 0-0-11-0-2—14-6-1
BHS 0-0-0-1-2—3-2-4
WP: Beasley
LP: Gurtner
Offense: W. Parks, SEHS, 3B, 3 RBI; Scholes, SEHS, 2B, RBI; Scott, BHS, 2-for-3.

Monday, May 9
Brownstown vs. M. Grove
Brownstown junior Colten Hunter was 2-for-4 with five RBI and struck out 10 to pick up the win during a 12-6 win against Mulberry Grove on Monday.
MGHS 2-0-1-0-1-0-2—6-5-2
BHS 1-4-4-3-0-0-X—12-10-8
WP: C. Hunter
LP: Sloan
Offense: Sefton, BHS, 3 runs; Rickman, MGHS, 3 runs; Bloemker, MGHS, 2 2B; Miller, MGHS, 3 SB.

Wednesday, May 4
Brownstown vs. Ramsey
Juniors Coleman Scott and Colten Hunter both scored three times, and the Bombers one-hit Ramsey for a 10-0 win last Wednesday.
RHS 0-0-0-0-0—0
BHS 3-0-3-3-1—10
LP: Knisley
Offense: Scott, BHS, GW RBI;  Black, RHS, single and SB.

Monday, May 9
St. Elmo vs. Nokomis
Nokomis scored in each of the first five innings, and St. Elmo got nothing better than a single on offense during an 8-1 loss on Monday.
NHS 2-1-1-3-1-0-0—8-6-0
SEHS 0-0-0-0-0-1-0—1-5-1
LP: Stolte
Offense: W. Parks, 2-for-3; Sperry, 1-for-3, RBI; Maxey, 1-for-2.

Wednesday, May 4
St. Elmo vs. Windsor
Senior Kase Stolte hit a home run, but that would be the only one for the Eagles during a 12-1 loss to Windsor last Wednesday.
WHS 0-3-1-4-0-1-3—12-14-2
SEHS 0-0-1-0-0-0-0—1-3-0
LP: Sperry
Offense: Bartels, 2-for-3, 2 singles.

Thursday, May 5
South Central vs. Newton
Four players got hits, but South Central was shut out by Newton, 9-0, last Thursday.
NHS 1-0-0-0-0-5-3—9-8-0
SCHS 0-0-0-0-0-0-0—0-4-1
LP: Bushue
Offense: Hoffman, 2B; Ritter, 1-for-1.

Wednesday, May 4
South Central vs. Salem
Senior Derek Harmeier struck out 12 and moved his season record to 8-0, as the Cougars knocked off Salem, 12-7, last Wednesday.
SCHS 7-0-0-4-0-0-1—12-10-1
SHS 4-0-1-0-0-0-2—7-9-2
WP: Harmeier
Offense: Hoffman, 3 RBI; Bushue and Tharp, 2 RBI.