Junior High Baseball Roundup from Friday

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Published on September 1 2012 2:13 pm
Last Updated on September 1 2012 2:49 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

Dieterich made a five-run first inning stand up, posting a 5-3 win in junior high baseball over St. Elmo Thursday.

St. Elmo scored single runs in the first, fourth and sixth innings, but Dieterich held on for the win.

For St. Elmo: Feezel 1 for 3, one run scored, two stolen bases...Chaney 1 for 3, one run scored, one stolen base...Brown 1 for 3

For Dieterich: P. Thoele 1 for 3, one run scored...C. Thoele one run scored...Radloff 1 for 4, one run scored, two RBI...McClain 1 for 3, one run scored

Schmidt got the win, Feezel took the loss.

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Stewardson-Strasburg won over Sigel St. Michael 10-2.

St. Michael scored in the first but Stew-Stras went ahead 2-1 in the fourth.  After St. Michael tied the game in the fifth, Stew-Stras scored five in the bottom of the fifth and three more in the sixth to seal the win.

For Stew-Stras: Quast two runs scored...Thies 1 for 4, one run scored, one RBI...Moschenrose 2 for 4, three runs scored, three RBI...Overbeck 1 for 3, two runs scored, one RBI...Kramer 1 for 2, one run scored, two RBI...Kessler 2 for 3, one RBI...Vonderheide one run scored

For Sigel St. Michael: Bt. Bueker two runs scored...Bk. Bueker 1 for 2...Althoff 1 for 3, one RBI

Moschenrose got the win, Bt. Bueker took the loss despite 10 strikeouts.

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St. Elmo blanked Brownstown Friday, 14-0.

St. Elmo scored three runs each in the first and fourth innings, but an eight-run third inning sealed the deal.

For St. Elmo: Feezel 1 for 3, three RBI, three runs scored, three stolen bases...Maxey 2 for 4, three runs scored, one stolen base...Chaney 1 for 2, a triple, two walks, two runs scored, two RBI, two stolen bases...Brown 1 for 3, two runs scored, one walk...Siebert 2 for 4, one run scored, four RBI...Waldo 2 for 3 including a triple, three RBI, one stolen base...Strauch 1 for 3, two runs scored...Brown got the win, allowing just one hit and no walks

For Brownstown: Berg 1 for 2