Junior High Softball Weekend Roundup

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Published on August 13 2012 10:48 am
Last Updated on August 13 2012 12:19 pm
Written by Millie Lange

BEECHER CITY -- Stewardson-Strasburg captured the championship of the Beecher City Junior High School Softball Tournament Saturday.

Stew-Stras went 3-0 in the round robin affair while Mulberry Grove finished second at 2-1, St. Elmo was third at 1-2 and Beecher City finished fourth at 0-3.

In the opener, Mulberry Grove had 12 hits and downed Beecher City 15-0. Stew-Stras then came out in the second contest and brought home 14 runs for a 14-1 victory over St. Elmo. Mulberry Grove downed St. Elmo 11-3 behind eight hits.

Stew-Stras blanked Beecher City 15-0 behind 14 hits. Stew-Stras took a 5-0 first inning lead and had a 10-run second. Stew-Stras then came back to down Mulberry Grove 8-0 behind 10 hits. St. Elmo then downed Beecher City 8-6 behind 11 hits.

Game One

Beecher City      000  0  --      0- 1-3

Mulberry Grove   315  6  --  15-12-0

Kirchhofer, Oldham, A. Day and E. Day, A. Day, Jounson; A. Dothager and S. Harnetiaux

Game Two

Stew-Stras      201  47  --  14-4-1

St. Elmo            001  00  --    1-1-6

B. Schlechte and M. Schlechte; Baron and Shelton

Game Three

Mulberry Grove      323  30  --  11-8-1

St. Elmo                    000  30  --   3-5-0

A. Dothager and Baron; S. Harnetiaux, M. Dothager and Shelton

Game Four

Beecher City      0     00  --    0- 0-3

Stew-Stras         5(10)x --  15-14-2

A. Day, Oldham and Johnson; B. Schlechte and M. Schlechte

Game Five

Mulberry Grove      010  01  --  2-  3-3

Stew-Stras              022  31  --  8-10-1

A. Dothager and S. Harnetiaux; B. Schlechte and M. Schlechte

Game Six

Beecher City      303  000  --  6-2-2

St. Elmo               203  30x  --  8-11-0

S. Kirchhofer and E. Day; E. Baron and D. Shelton

At Windsor

Teutopolis blasted Windsor in action Friday evening, 17-0. T-town banged out 16 hits in the contest and the game went four innings.

Emma Beckman and Marianna Hemmen combined to pitch a one-hitter with two walks and five strikeouts. T-town was led by Raegan Drees with a single and a triple and Beckman with a single, double and three REBI. Nikki Trussell had the only hit for Windsor with a single.

T-town remains undefeated at 6-0 and will be back in action Wednesday hosting Charleston.

At Windsor

Teutopolis         366  2  --  17-16-2

Windsor            000   0  --    0-  1-1

Beckman, M. Hemmen (3) and M. Hemmen, L. Hemmen (3)

Teutopolis -- R. Drees, single, triple; Henderson, single, 2 RBI; Mette, 2 singles, 2 RBI; J. Drees, single, 1 RBI; L. Hemmen, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Beckman, single, double, 3 RBI; Will, single, 1 RBI; Brumleve, 1 RBI; Frey, single, 1 RBI; Lustig, single, 1 RBI; Niebrugge, single; M. Hemmen, single, 1 RBI; Gebben, single, 1 RBI

Windsor -- Trussell, single