BSE Claims EIC Tourney Crown, Area Baseball Roundup


Published on September 25 2020 9:08 am
Last Updated on September 25 2020 12:45 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Brownstown/St. Elmo won the Egyptian-Illini Conference Tournament championnship.

Brownstown/St. Elmo blanked Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City, 6-0 to win the Egyptian-Illini Conference Baseball Tournament Thursday.

BSE edged out to a 1-0 lead in the second inning then tacked on single runs in the fourth and seventh around three runs in the sixth.

Jace McWhorter threw a three-hitter with three walks and eight strikeouts.

McWhorter also aided the cause with two singles while Wyatt Chandler had two singles, Brady Maxey a double and Nick Nelson a single and two RBI.

Leading the Bobcats was Ian Hammond with a single and double.

Mulberry Grove claimed the third place contest with a forfeit from Ramsey.

EIC Tournament


BSE               010    103    1    --    6-8-1

CHBC            000    000    0    --    0-2-5

WP -- McWhorter. LP -- Buzzard.

Brownstown/St. Elmo -- McWhorter, 2 singles; Myers, single; Maxey, double; Chandler, 2 singles; D. Stine, single; Nelson, single, 2 RBI; W. Stine, 1 RBI

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City -- Schlanser, single; Hammond, double


At Teutopolis

Altamont and Teutopolis split a doubleheader Thursday.

The Wooden Shoes edged Altamont, 7-6 in the openiing contest.

T-town banged out 10 hits led by Justin Hardiek with two singles, a home run and two RBI while Matt Deters had a single and double and Sam Bushur a single and two RBI.

The Wooden Shoes stepped out to a 2-0 opening inning lead but Altamont came back to move ahead with four runs in the top of the third. T-town retaliated with two in the bottom of the frame to knot the score at 4-4. The Shoes then scored three in the fifth. Altamont came back with single runs in the sixth and seventh only to fall short.

Altamont had six hits led by Tyler Robbins with two singles.

Evan Addis was the winning pitcher throwing a six-hitter over six innings, with one walk and four strikeouts. Addis improved his record to 3-0.

Altamont came back with a 9-5 victory in the second game. T-town moved ahead 4-1 in the first inning but the Indians came right back to move ahead 5-4 in the second. The Shoes tied in the third. Altamont then moved ahead 6-5 in the sixth and put across three insurance runs in the seventh.

The Indians got on the hitting track with 13 in the contest. Robbins again was the leading hitter, this time with two singles, a double, triple and five RBI. Lucas Shepard had a single, triple and an RBI while Mason Robinson had a single and double and Hayden Siebert two singles and two RBI. Gage Wendling chipped in with two singles.

T-town was led by Cade Buehnerkemper with two singles and two RBI.

Wyatt Phillips came on in the second inning to pick up the win on the mound. He went six innings, allowed one run on four hits, four walks and struck out four.

At Teutopolis

Game One

Altamont             004    001    1    --    6-  6-1

Teutopolis           202    030    x    --    7-10-4

WP -- Addis. LP -- Robinson.

Altamont -- Stuemke, single; Eirhart, single; Robbins, 1 RBI; Baucum, single, 2 RBI; Phillips, single; Scott, single; Hammer, single, 1 RBI

Teutopolis -- Bushur, double, 2 RBI; Wermert, single; M. Deters, single, double; Addis, single, 1 RBI; Hardiek, 2 singles, home run, 2 RBI; Pruemer, single, 1 RBI; D. Deters, single, 1 RBI

Game Two

Altamont             140    001    3    --    9-13-2

Teutopolis           401    000    0    --    5-  6-1

WP -- Phillips. LP -- Burrell.

Altamont -- Siebert, 2 singles, 2 RBI; Robbins, 2 singles, double, triple, 5 RBI; Robinson, single, double; Shepard, single, triple, 1 RBI; Wendling, 2 singles; Scott, single, 1 RBI

Teutopolis -- Gaddis, single, 1 RBI; Roepke, single; Ruholl, 1 RBI; Siemer, single; Buehnerkemper, 2 singles, 2 RBI; Burrell, single


At Dieterich

North Clay (Louisville) came through in the ninth inning, scoring five runs to pull out a 7-2 win over Dieterich Thursday.

The Cardinals held a 1-0 lead in the fourth before Dieterich moved ahead with two in the fifth. North Clay tied in the sixth and the game went into extra innings.

North Clay had 10 hits led by Holden Clifton and Donnie Zimmerman with two singles each. Clifton had one RBI while Zimmerman had two. Brady Ingram had a single and drove in three runs while Collyn Ballard had two singles.

Clifton was the winning pitcher going the final four innings, allowing three hits, one walk and striking out three.

Dieterich had nine hits led by Pete Britton with two singles and a double, Garrett Niebrugge with a double and two RBI, Cory Gephart with a double and Dalton Will with two singles.

At Dieterich

North Clay           000    101    005    --    7-10-1

Dieterich              000    020    000    --    2- 9-5

WP -- Clifton. LP -- Bushur.

North Clay -- Fleener, single; Clifton, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Ingram, single, 3 RBI; Zimmerman, 2 singles, 2 RBI; Weidner, single; Burkett, single; Ballard, 2 singles

Dieterich -- Will, 2 singles; Ruholl, single; Britton, 2 singles, double; Niebrugge, double, 2 RBI; Dill, single; Gephart, double