Hortonville, Cecil each win 2 Dairyland games

Dairyland League Baseball

June 7

Hortonville 7, Hofa Park 2

The Stars were able to exact revenge on the Hofa Park Panthers.

In a 7-2 victory, Colan Treml and Mason Thiel combined for 11 strikeouts on the mound while only allowing one earned run. Treml went six innings and picked up the win, while Thiel shut the door in the final three innings.

David Sell continued his frenzy at the dish, picking up three hits on the evening while Cage Kavanagh and Logan Grossman added a hit and two RBIs apiece.

Cecil 8, Bonduel 6

Cecil Mudhens bested the Bonduel Broncos 8-6 on at Bonduel in Dairyland league play.

Cecil got on the board in the first inning on an Andrew Schroeder RBI single.

The Broncos responded in the bottom half of the first scoring three to take the lead.

The Mudhens flipped the game on its head in the top of the second, scoring five runs on four hits to take a 6-3 lead. The biggest blow in the inning was a single by Garrett Engel that drove in two.

The Broncos tied the game in the bottom of the fifth thanks to a single by Luke Kostreva and a sacrifice fly by Jack Reinke.

Cecil recaptured the lead for good in the top of the sixth after an error, and Cole Anderson singled, each scoring one run.

Jake Sager earned the win for Cecil Mudhens. He surrendered four hits and three runs over five innings, striking out four and walking two. Chase Reinke took the loss for Broncos. The reliever went seven innings, surrendering two runs (zero earned) on six hits, striking out 10 and walking one.

Tucker Bouche started on the mound for the Mudhens. He surrendered four hits and three runs over four innings, striking out nine and walking two.

Wyatt Reinke began the game for the Broncos. He gave up six hits and six runs (five earned) over two innings, striking out one and walking one.

Cecil collected 12 hits in the game. Engel went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the team in hits. Cole Anderson, Bouche and Braden Uelman each collected multiple hits for the Mudhens.

June 9

Navarino 6, Bonduel 5

The Rangers defeated the Broncos in a tight 6-5 game.

Bonduel took a 2-0 lead into the sixth inning before Navarino scored four runs.

Anthony Tomczak reached base to start the inning as Ryan Boettcher and Brett Krull loaded the bases on back-to-back bunts. A walk to Mason Dingeldein scored Navarino’s first run followed by a Spencer Dauphinee double, making it 3-2. Mike Dingeldein singled to left pulling the Rangers ahead 4-2. Bonduel would answer with a run in the seventh, shortening the lead to 4-3.

Dawson Schmidt and Tomczak led off the ninth with hits followed by a Boettcher infield single. Krull singled with the bases loaded adding two more runs for Navarino. Bonduel put two more runs on the board as Mike Nompleggi struck out the last batter to end the game. Spencer Dauphinee started the game throwing 6 1/3 allowing only two hits. Joey Wagester finished the seventh and eighth followed by Nompleggi in the ninth.

Hortonville 3, Shawano 0

The Stars defeated the Shawano Lobos by a score of 3-0.

The star of the show was Chris Atwood, who pitched a complete game shutout while only allowing four hits and striking out five batters on 112 pitches.

The Stars bats scratched across three runs on the day, led by Cage Kavanagh who reached base safely four times. Logan Grossman tacked on an RBI single, and Dan Wunderlich drew a walk with the bases loaded to help pad the lead.

Cecil 4, Nichols 1

The Cecil Mudhens were victorious against Nichols Nitros 4-1 at Nichols.

Cecil was the first to get on the board in the second when Andrew Schroeder reached first by getting hit by a pitch. A wild pitch allowed him to get to third base. His brother, Connor Schroeder, grounded into a fielder’s choice, scoring the run.

Nichols loaded the bases in the sixth when Clayton Vanlanen hit into a fielder’s choice, which helped the Nitros tie the game.

Ken Casper led off the eighth inning with a walk followed by a sacrifice bunt by Noah Bielfuss to move him into scoring position. Andrew Schroeder singled, moving Casper up a base while he secured second. An error on a ground ball by Cole Anderson would score Casper and allow Anderson to end up at second and Schroeder to third. That would set the stage for Logan Thiex as he singled into right field to put the game out of reach at 4-1.

Beilfuss earned the win for the Mudhens. The reliever surrendered three hits and zero runs over three innings, striking out two and walking one.

Jt Minelschmidt took the loss for Nichols Nitros. The reliever went 1 1/3 innings, giving up two runs (one earned) on two hits, striking out none and walking two.

Isaac Boldt led things off on the mound for Cecil. He gave up four hits and one run (zero earned) over six innings, striking out four and walking three. Mason Pautz started on the hill for Nichols. He surrendered three hits and one run over six innings, striking out five and walking none.

Both teams were held in check as each team had seven hits each. Casper led Cecil with two. Jake Mullin led Nichols Nitros with three hits in five at bats.