St. A Beats Altamont, T-town Claims Two Wins
Published on September 9 2013 4:31 pm
Last Updated on September 10 2013 11:03 am
Written by Millie Lange
Effingham St. Anthony High School edged Altamont 4-3 in National Trail Conference baseball action Saturday.
The Bulldogs edged out to a 1-0 first inning lead as Williams doubled, took third on a passed ball and came home on a ground out by Dasenbrock.
The lead went to 3-0 in the second as Gertner doubled and Hoelscher was hit by a pitch. Both runners ended up scoring in the inning, one on a single by Gardewine.
Altamont tied the score in the bottom of the third. Back-to-back walks by Ziegler and Borders put runners at first and second. One run came home on a single by Goeckner. K. Wolff drew a walk and loaded the bases. Cornett singled home a second run and fielder's choice, a hit by Amrstrong brought home the third run.
However, St. Anthony tallied the winning run in the sixth on a home run by Hoelscher.
Altamont captured a junior varsity game over St. Anthony 9-6, scoring four runs in the sixth, breaking a 5-5 tie after five innings.
St. Anthony 120 001 0 -- 4-4-1
Altamont 003 000 0 -- 3-2-0
WP -- Hoelscher. LP -- Borders.
St. Anthony -- Williams, double; Dasenbrock, 1 RBI; Gertner, double; Hoelscher, home run (sixth, none on), 1 RBI; Gardewine, single, 1 RBI
Altamont -- Goeckner, single, 1 RBI; Cornett, single, 1 RBI; Armstrong, 1 RBI
Junior Varsity Game
St. Anthony 004 100 1 -- 6-8-1
Altamont 220 014 x -- 9-6-2
WP -- Hosick. LP -- Puckett.
St. Anthony -- Jansen, single; Puckett, single; name unreadable, single, double; Bourgeois, single; rest of names unreadable
Altamont -- names on scoresheet unreadable
At Parkland College
Teutopolis swept a doubleheader over Granville Putnam County Saturday.
The Wooden Shoes won 13-3. Putnam County took a 1-0 first inning lead but the Wooden Shoes came back with two in the third and went on for the 10-run victory in six innings.
T-town had 12 hits led by A. Borries with two singles, a triple and an RBI and B. Mette with a single, double and three RBI. J. Roepke added two singles and an RBI.
In the second game, Teutopolis bounded out to a 6-0 lead in the third inning and again ended the game by the 10-run rule, this time in the fifth 10-0.
A. Goldstein had a double while L. Niemerg had a single, double and two RBI, B. Wenthe a triple and an RBI and J. Ungrund two singles . D. Probst also added two singles and two RBI and pitched a four-hitter with no walks and four strikeouts.
At Parkland College
Teutopolis 002 245 -- 13-12-3
PUtnam Co. 100 020 -- 3- 5-4
WP -- Wenthe. LP -- Paulovich.
Teutopolis -- Roepke, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Bloemer, single, 1 RBI; Will, triple, 1 RBI; Borries, 2 singles, triple, 1 RBI; Thoele, single; Smith, single, 1 RBI; Mette, single, double, 3 RBI; Drees, single, 2 RBI
Granville Putnam County -- Bingini, single; Baker, 1 RBI; Kreiser, single; Galetti, 2 singles; Donelson, single
Putnam Co. 000 00 -- 0- 4-4
Teutopolis 006 31 -- 10-11-1
WP -- Probst. LP -- Bingini.
Granville Putnam County -- Fay, single; Bingini, single; Diazdelon, 2 singles
Teutopolis -- Flach, single, 1 RBI; Hardiek, 1 RBI; Wenthe, triple, 1 RBI; Probst, 2 singles, 2 RBI; Goldstein, double; Will, single, 2 RBI; Kenter, single; Niemerg, single, double, 2 RBI; Ungrund, 2 singles