EHS, CHBC, Altamont, S. Central Win, Area Baseball Roundup


Posted May 11, 2022 7:03 am

Last updated May 11, 2022 7:34 am

Written by Millie Lange

Effingham High School took the lead late in the game, beating Taylorville 10-3 in baseball on Tuesday.

The Tornados went 1-0 in the first inning and extended that lead to 3-0 in the third.

The Hearts scored one in the fifth and advanced with three in the sixth. That came with the help of a double homer from Joe Matteson.

EHS then scored six more in the seventh for the winning margin. The Hearts finished the game with 11 hits, including a single along with his double homer from Matteson, Max Hardiek with a single double and three RBI, John Harper with three singles, and Gauge Massey and Evan Waymoth each with a single and two RBI.

Camden Raddatz took the win on the hill. He came on in the fifth and threw two innings that didn’t allow for unhit runs, two walks and two strikeouts.

In Taylorville

Effingham 000 013 6 – 10-11-2

Taylorville 102,000 0-3-7-1

WP – Raddatz. LP—Thomas.

Effingham– Massey, single, 2 RBI; Nichols, single; Harper, 3 singles; Hardiek, single, double, 3 RBI; Matteson, single, home run, 2 RBI; Raddatz, single; Waymoth, single, 2 RBI

Taylorville– sticks, double; Thomas, single, 1 RBI; Mathon, double; Ostermeier, singles, doubles, 2 RBI; Odam, single; Toberman, single

In Mulberry Grove

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City defeated Mulberry Grove 3-0 on Tuesday.

The Bobcats scored two runs in the third and one final run in the seventh.

Silas Buzzard had a full day, grabbing the win on the mound and scoring both CHBC hits with a single, double and two RBI.

In Mulberry Grove

CHBC 002 000 1–3-2-1

Mulberry Grove 000 000 0 — 0-4-1

WP – Buzzard. LP – Budnicki. S—Wojcik.

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City — Buzzard, single, double, 2 RBI

mulberry grove — C. scoggins, solitary; Millikin, 2 singles; Steiner, single

At Altamont

Wyatt Phillips didn’t allow a single run when his Altamont team Brownstown/St. Elmo by a 3-0 count on Tuesday.

Phillips went seven innings and allowed no runs on two hits, no walks while striking out seven.

The Indians scored two points in the third and finished with one in the sixth.

Tyler Robbins had a singles and a doubles while Dillan Elam had two singles. Jared Hammer had a single and drove in two runs while Kaidyn Miller had a single and an RBI.

BSE was fronted by Adam Atwood and Dalton Myers with one single each. BSE falls to 9-10 on the season and returns to action Friday against Ramsey.

At Altamont

BSE 000 000 0 — 0-2-0

Altamont 002 001x–3-8-4

WP—Philips. LP—Maxey.

Brownstown/St. Elmo– Atwood, single; Meyers, single

Altamont– shepherd, single; Robbins, single, double; Hammer, single, 2 RBI; Eirhart, single; Elam, 2 singles; Miller, single, 1 RBI

At Pana

South Central took a 6-0 lead in the first inning and finished that contest 11-1 in the fifth run against Pana under the five-run rule.

The Cougars had 11 hits, including three home runs. Anthony Buonaura had a two RBI home run while Aidan Dodson had a single home run and an RBI. Beau Jolliff had a single home run and two RBI. Ethan Watwood contributed two singles, a double and an RBI. Brody Markley added two singles and Chase Thompson had one single and three RBI.

Buonaura went the five innings on the mound, allowing a three-hit run, four walks while hitting an eight.

At Pana

South Central 611 03 — 11-11-0

Pana 000 01–1-3-0

WP – Buonaura. LP file.

South Central — Thompson, single, 3 RBI; Buonaura, home run, 2 RBI; Dodson, single, home run, 1 RBI; Jolliff, single, home run, 2 RBI; Watwood, 2 singles, doubles, 1 RBI; Markley, 2 singles

pana– Schoonover, double; Christian, single; Karbach, single

At Benton

Teutopolis led 2-1 at the top of the third, but Benton broke away with a six-run bottom of the inning and prevailed for an 11-3 win on Tuesday.

Benton had 13 hits in the contest, which was led by two homers from Kinsman and Wyant.

The Wooden Shoes were led by Sam Bushur with two singles, a home run and an RBI and Derek Konkel with a double, a home run and an RBI.

T-town fell to 19-10 on the season while Benton improved to 16-8. Dylan Pruemer suffered his first loss on the mound and is 6-1.

The Wooden Shoes will be back in action in Olney on Thursday.

At Benton

Teutopolis 011 001 0 — 3- 9-1

Benton 106 301x–11-13-0

WP – Baumgarten. P – Prmer.

Teutopolis — Bushur, 2 singles, homers, 1 RBI; Pruemer, 2 singles; Waldhoff, single; Siemer, single, 1 RBI; Concle, doubles, home run, 1 RBI

Benton– Chamness, 2 singles; Tieffel, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Kinsman, single, homer, 2 RBI; Wyant, home run, 1 RBI; Thomas, 3 singles, 1 RBI; Baumgarte, single, 1 RBI; Munoz, single, 1 RBI; Tate, single, 1 RBI

At Glen Carbon

Newton traveled to Father McGivney and fell 6-4 on Tuesday.

Father McGivney led 2-0 after the first two innings. Newton counted three at the top of the fourth to take the lead, but Father McGivney came back with two in the fifth and two in the sixth.

The Eagles beat Father McGivney 9-4. Isaac Flowers had two singles and an RBI while Gus Bierman had a double and two RBI. Ben Meinhart added two singles and Owen Mahaffey had a single and an RBI.

At Glen Carbon

Newtons 000 300 1 — 4-9-3

Father McGivney 110 022x–6-4-0

WP – Cellar. P – shepherd.

Newton — Meinhart, 2 singles; flowers, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Muvley, single; Reynolds, single; Mahaffey, single, 1 RBI; Biermann, double, 2 RBI; Baltzell, single

Father McGivney — Smith, double, 1 RBI; McKee, single, 1 RBI; Frnkalin, single; Holmes, home run, 3 RBI

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