St. Anthony Edges Mattoon, High School Roundup
Published on April 3 2013 11:41 am
Last Updated on April 3 2013 4:11 pm
Written by Millie Lange
Effingham St. Anthony's Ben Hecht pitched a one-hitter as the Bulldogs edged Mattoon 1-0 in baseball action Tuesday.
Hecht gave up four walks and struck out eight batters as he wove his one-hitter. The Bulldogs scored their lone run in the fourth inning.
Austin Bushur had a double for the winners while Jake Schuette had a single. The Bulldogs had five hits in the contest. St. Anthony improves to 6-1 and will be back in action today hosting South Central at Evergreen Hollow Park at 4:30 p.m.
Mattoon drops to 3-3 on the season.
At Evergreen Park
Mattoon 000 000 0 -- 0-1-1
St. Anthony 000 100 0 -- 1-5-1
WP -- Hecht. LP -- Sparks.
Mattoon -- Vieth, single
St. Anthony -- Schuette, single; Bushur, double; no other hits listed
Olney stepped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning but that's all the Tigers were to score as Teutopolis tied in the fifth then tallied two in the sixth and seven in the seventh for an 11-2 victory.
The Wooden Shoes pounded out 10 hits in the contest led by Waldhoff and Wendling with a single and a home run each. Waldhoff had three RBI while Wendling had one. Smith had a double and an RBI and Wenthe two singles and an RBI.
Ruholl picked up the pitching win on a three-hitter over five innings, four walks and six strikeouts.
Teutopolis 001 012 7 -- 11-10-1
Olney 020 000 0 -- 2- 3-5
WP -- Ruholl. LP -- Bailey.
Teutopolis -- Waldhoff, single, home run, 3 RBI; Wendling, single, home run, 1 RBI; Wenthe, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Goldstein, single; Smith, double, 1 RBI; Hardiek, single, 1 RBI; Kenter, 1 RBI; Nosbisch, single, 1 RBI
Olney -- Runyon, single, double, 2 RBI; Bailey, single
Cumberland bounced St. Elmo 17-7 in five innings via the 10-run rule.
The Eagles held a 3-2 first inning lead but Cumberland tied in the second. St. Elmo took a 7-3 lead in the top of the fourth but the Pirates broke the game wide open with a 14-run fifth.
Clark had a single and double for the winners while Talley had two singles.
St. Elmo was led by Dalton Parks with a double and two RBI and Noah Flowers with two singles and an RBI.
St. Elmo 300 4 0 -- 7-6-3
Cumberland 210 0(14) -- 17-8-2
WP -- Kuhn. LP -- Flowers.
St. Elmo -- Bartels, single; Parks, double, 2 RBI; Beasley, single, 2 RBI; Flowers, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Bauer, double, 1 RBI
Cumberland -- Poe, single; Clark, single, double; Elwood, single; Swingler, single; Light, single; Talley, 2 singles
Dieterich fell to Shelbyville 9-3. The Movin' Maroons led 1-0 after the opening inning but Shelbyville had a two-run second. Dieterich tied in the top of the third but the Rams came back with a run in the bottom of the frame to lead 3-2.
Dieterich then tied again in the top of the fourth but Shelbyville broke the game open with four runs in the bottom of the fourth and two in the fifth.
Dieterich was led by Traub with two singles and Westjohn with a single and an RBI.
Dieterich 101 100 0 -- 3-5-5
Shelbyville 021 420 0 -- 9-9-4
WP -- Duckett. LP -- Traub
Dieterich -- Traub, 2 singles; Westjohn, single, 1 RBI
Shelbyville -- Standerfer, 2 singles, 2 RBI; Manship, 2 singles; Keown, single, 2 RBI; Hatfield, single, 2 RBI
Neoga held a 1-0 lead after two innings but Charleston came roaring back with a three-run third and went on for an 11-3 victory.
Neoga was led in hitting by Thomas with three hits and two RBI and Wilson with two hits and an RBI. The Indians drop to 3-2 on the season.
Charleston 003 413 0 -- 11-9-2
Neoga 100 002 0 -- 3-6-7
WP -- Wilson. P -- Romack.
Charleston -- Englekes, double, 1 RBI; Wilson, single, 2 RBI; Hart, single; Corrie, single, 1 RBI; Smith, single, 2 RBI; Gough, home run, 1 RBI; Newell, single; Miller, 2 singles; Roberts, 2 RBI
Neoga -- R. Walk, 3 singles; M. Baker, single, 1 RBI; J. Baker, 1 RBI; Briar, single, 1 RBI; Moore, single
North Clay (Louisville) edged Salem 6-5. The Cardinals led 4-3 after three innings but the Wildcats came back with two runs to lead 5-3 in the top of the sixth. North Clay tied in the bottom of the inning then brought home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
Hilderbrand had a single, home run and five RBI while Britton and McNeely had two singles each. McNeely had an RBI. The Cardinals improved to 4-3.
Salem 003 002 0 -- 5- 7-1
North Clay 004 001 1 -- 6-10-3
WP -- Cox. LP -- McGhee
Salem -- Irwin, single, 1 RBi; Banning, single, 1 RBI; McGhee, 2 singles, 2 RBI
North Clay -- Britton, 2 singles; Hilderbrand, single, home run, 4 RBI; McNeely, 2 singles, 1 RBI
South Central banged out 14 hits and scored 13 runs in a 13-0 win over Patoka in five innings.
The Cougars were led by Dillon Smith with two singles, a double and four RBI while Noah Powless had three singles and an RBI and Kyle Bray a single, double and an RBI. Bray was the winning pitcher with one hit, two walks and eight strikeouts.
South Central 200 0(11) -- 13-14-0
Patoka 000 0 0 -- 0- 1-3
Altamont picked up a 10-0 victory over Brownstown in six innings behind the no-hit pitching of Ziegler. The Indians took a 2-0 first inning lead then tacked on three in the third, two in the fourth and ended the game in the sixth with three runs.
Ziegler finished with one walk and struck out 10.
Altamont had eight hits in the contest led by Finn with a single, triple and home run. Kuhns added two singles and a double.
Brownstown 000 000 -- 0-0-1
Altamont 203 203 -- 10-8-3
WP -- Ziegler. LP -- Matthews.
Brownstown -- no hits
Altamont -- Armstrong, double; Finn, single, triple, home run; Wolff, double; Kuhns, 2 singles, double
Vandalia 11, Mulberry Grove 0
Tuscola 20, Arcola 2
Springfield Southeast 5, Taylorville 3