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Marshfield Chaparrals baseball holds off Plover

Posted on 21 June 2017 by paul

Marshfield Chaparrals hitter Ryan Metz readies for a pitch during a game at Plover on Tuesday. Marshfield won 8-6. (Photo by V. Pilz/For


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By Steve Pilz

PLOVER – The Marshfield Chaparrals used some early offense, capitalized on some shaky defense and registered their first error-free game of the season in downing the Plover Pterodactyls 8-6 in amateur baseball action Tuesday at Memorial Park.

The Chaps got after Plover starting pitcher Steve Pettit early and often, chasing him after just 1 2/3 innings.

The Chaps did all their damage in the second. Pettit promptly plunked Noah Panzer. Alex Steines walked in front of a Cale Cuddie single, before Ryan Metz unwittingly drove in a run by getting drilled by Pettit as well, giving the Chaps their first run.

Nate MacDonald’s two-run single made it 3-0, Pilz was hit by a pitch, Riley Erickson drove in a run with a fielder’s choice, and Luke Wirtz had a sacrifice fly to push Marshfield’s lead to 6-0. Pettit left the game after another hit and a pair of wild pitches.

When the smoke cleared, the Chaps had eight runs on just four hits on one error, a couple wild pitches, and three hit batters. They wouldn’t score again, but it proved to be enough for Marshfield.

Bill Held, a grizzled vet, who pitched for Winona State at one time, gave the Chaps nothing. When he wasn’t throwing it by them with a fastball that seemed to get faster as the game went on, he was screwing them into the ground with myriad of off-speed pitches that left some Marshfield batters flailing at balls in the dirt. Held struck out 14 of the 27 Chaps he faced, walking no one and scattering six hits in 7 2/3 innings.

Plover’s Mitch Malek hit a three-run homer in the third inning to cut the lead to 8-3 and the Pterodactyls chased Marshfield starter Jack Donahue after a hit batter, a double, and consecutive run scoring singles that made it 8-5.

Noah Panzer took over for Donahue and pitched the final three innings allowing a run in the ninth on a single by Jason Jones, but he shut it down from there for the three inning save.

Co-managers Justin Rayburn and Sam Schwanebeck, and veteran Lucius Messerschmidt benched themselves so some of the younger Chapparrals (4-4) could get some at-bats as the summer schedule starts to heat up.

“Tonight we scored early and played good defense,” said Rayburn. “Anytime you do those two things, it puts pressure on the opposing teams.”

The Chaps will look to get their record over .500 as they take on Everest at 7:30 p.m. Saturday night at Simon Field in Schofield.

Chaparrals 8, Pterodactyls 6
Marshfield 080 000 000 – 8 11 0
Plover 003 002 001 – 6 10 1
Jack Donahue. LP: Steve Pettit. SV: Noah Panzer.
SO: Donahue (6 inn.) 8, Panzer (3 inn.) 1; Pettit (1 2/3 inn.) 0, Bill Held (7 1/3 inn.) 14. BB: Donahue 2, Pettit 3.
Top hitters: P, Matt Hartel 2B; Mitch Malek HR, 3 RBIs.
Records: Marshfield 4-4, 3-3 Dairyland League; Plover not provided.

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Marshfield Chaparrals baseball falls short at home to Merrill

Posted on 20 June 2017 by paul


This story is sponsored by: The University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County

By Steve Pilz

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Chaparrals amateur baseball team saw their record fall to 3-4 after a 3-2 loss to the Merrill Rangers on Monday night at Jack Hackman Field.

After three consecutive postponements due to rain, the Chaparrals must have been chomping at the bit to get back on the diamond after a 10-day lay-off.

Chaps starter Drew Spaeth walked the first batter he faced. With one out, Spaeth gave up three consecutive singles that scored three runs before striking out the side. But the damage was done and the Rangers led 3-0 before Marshfield even batted.

Cale Cuddie drew a one out walk in the third and moved to third on a double by teammate Nate MacDonald, but the Chaps left them stranded with a strikeout and a groundout. That’s as close as anyone would come to scoring until late in the game.

Spaeth settled down to his normal self after the first, eating innings and mowing down Merrill. The big right-hander left after eight innings of work, giving up just five hits, with seven stikeouts and only the one walked surrendered to the leadoff hitter in the first. Ryan Metz pitched the ninth.

Spaeth’s counterpart, Chase Nelson, kept Marshfield off balance all night. He pitched a complete game seven-hitter, striking out four and walking just two.

The Chaparrals finally scored after one out in the eighth inning. Riley Erickson put a ball in play that the third baseman couldn’t handle and Sam Schwanebeck plated him with a ringing double over the centerfielder’s head. Luke Wirtz then reached first after another Merrill mishap that allowed Schwanebeck to score from second, but they could do no more damage.

Another Chaps’ scoring opportunity went awry in the ninth. After a strikeout, MacDonald was drilled in the back and awarded first base. He promptly stole second and got to third on a pitch that got away from the catcher. But he too was stranded and the Chaps saw their Dairyland League record fall to 2-3.

“We hit the ball better tonight, but didn’t have any timely hitting,” Chaparrals manager Justin Rayburn said. “We left a lot (11) of guys on. I was happy with the late rally. We did have some tough late-inning at-bats.”

The Chaparrals will look to even their record Tuesday night when they travel to Plover for a 7:30 p.m. game against the Pterodactyls.

Rangers 3, Chaparrals 2
Merrill 300 000 000 – 3 5 3
Marshfield 000 000 020 – 2 7 0
Chase Nelson. LP: Drew Spaeth
SO: Nelson 4; Spaeth 7 (8 inn.), Ryan Metz (1 inn.) 2. BB: Nelson 2; Spaeth 1, Metz 1.
Top hitters: M, Chris Gruenenwald 2 RBIs. M, Nate MacDonald 2B; Sam Schwanebeck 2B, RBI.
Records: Merrill not provided; Marshfield 3-4, 2-3 Dairyland League.

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Marshfield Chaparrals baseball shut out at Eau Claire

Posted on 08 June 2017 by paul

Marshfield Chaparrals pitcher Bobby Pilz eyes the plate during a game at the Eau Claire Cavaliers on Thursday. The Chaps lost 8-0. (Photo by V. Pilz/For

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By Steve Pilz

EAU CLAIRE – Just a day after hammering out 16 hits against Plover, the Marshfield Chaparrals offense sagged backward, accounting for just four hits, as they were shutout for the second time this season 8-0 against the Eau Claire Cavaliers in a non-leage game Thursday at Carson Park.

The Chaps hung tough for a while, giving up an unearned run in the second and trailing 1-0 after three innings.

Curtis Englebrecht led off the third with a double for Marshfeild, but was stranded there, killing their only real threat of the night.

Chaps starter Bobby Pilz eventually ran into some trouble in the fourth. After a lead-off single, Pilz struck out two batters, but after a walk and a hit batter, Eau Claire’s Jordan Wilson drilled a two-run single to right center for a 4-0 Cavaliers’ lead.

Meanwhile, the Chaps never did figure out Cavs starter Zach Johnson. The Eau Claire starter pitched a stellar seven innings, striking out three, walking one and scattering just three hits.

“Eau Claire has always been one of the best teams we see all year,” said Chaparral manager Justin Rayburn. “They outplayed us tonight, but I was proud of our effort.”

Pilz ran out of gas after 5 1/3 innings and was replaced by Alex Steines. Steines battled for an inning and a third, giving up just two more runs before watching Luke Wirtz pitch the final inning for the Chaps.

Starting shortstop Tyler Herman relieved Johnson and was equally effective for Eau Claire, allowing just a single while striking out three and walking one in his two innings of work.

Cole Tyman went 4-for-5 for the Cavaliers with two doubles.

Englebrecht was 2-for-3 for the Chaps and Rayburn had the other two hits, both singles, in four trips to the plate.

The Chaparrals’ next game is against Merrill on Monday at Jack Hackman Field in Marshfield. First pitch is set for 7:30 p.m.

Cavaliers 8, Chaparrals 0
Marshfield 000 000 000 – 0 4 4
Eau Claire 010 302 20x – 8 15 1
Zach Johnson. LP: Bobby Pilz
SO: Pilz 7; Johnson 3, Tyler Herman 3. BB: Pilz 2, Alex Steines 2; Johnson 2, Herman 1.
Top hitters: M, Curtis Englebrecht 2×3, 2B; Justin Rayburn 2×4. EC, Cole Tyman 3×4, 2 2Bs; Tom Mewhorter 2B; Herman 2B.
Records: Marshfield 3-3; Eau Claire not reported.

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Marshfield Chaparrals baseball rips Plover

Posted on 08 June 2017 by paul

Marshfield Chaparrals pitfcher Jack Donahue delivers to home plate during a game Wednesday at Jack Hackman Field against Plover. Donahue threw a complete-game shutout as the Chaps rolled 14-0. (Photo by V. Pilz/For

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By Steve Pilz

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Chaparral amateur baseball team seemingly took out some recent frustrations on a clearly overwhelmed Plover team as they hammered the visiting Pterodactyls 14-0 Wednesday night at Jack Hackman Field.

In their previous game, the Chaparrals were stuck in neutral offensively getting just three hits and not scoring at all in a 2-0 loss on June 4 in Westboro.

That was not the case Wednesday.

Bobby Pilz had a two-run single to score Lucius Messerschmidt and Cale Cuddie with the game’s first runs in the second inning for the Chaparrals, who are now 3-2 this season.

That was just the beginning.

Nate MacDonald’s triple scored Pilz, Justin Rayburn beat out an infield hit that scored MacDonald before Riley Erickson walked. Sam Schwanebeck singled home Rayburn and Erickson later scored on a wild pitch, and Luke Wirtz drove in Schwaneback with a single to make it 7-0. All the runs scored with two outs.

“I thought we took much better at-bats tonight,” Chaparrals player/manager Justin Rayburn said. “Our hitting is going to come around and tonight we took a step forward offensively.”

With the damage done, the Chaps coasted from there getting three more runs in the third inning on another wild pitch, an error and a bases loaded walk by Schwanebeck.

Marshfield tacked on four more runs in the fourth including, an RBI single by Curtis Engelbrecht, who came on as a late-inning replacement for Schwanebeck.

With all the offensive fireworks, starting pitcher Jack Donahue threw zeroes at the Pterodactyls, completing a seven-inning shutout victory with six strikeouts and no walks, while scattering five hits.

“Jack (Donahue) really hit his spots tonight,” concluded Rayburn. “He pitched a heck of a game for us.”

The Chaparrals will head right back to action Thursday night as they travel to Eau Claire’s Carson Park to take on the Eau Claire Cavaliers at 7:30 p.m.

Chaparrals 14, Pterodactyls 0
Plover 000 000 0 – 0 5 4
Marshfield 073 400 x – 14 16 1
Jack Donahue. LP: Greg Trudell.
SO: Trudell (1 2/3 inn.) 1, Jake Schwark (1 2/3 inn.) 0, Steve Pettit (1 2/3 inn.) 0, Kevin Jastromski (1 inn.) 0; Donahue (7 inn.) 6. BB: Trudell 1, Schwark 3, Pettit 1, Jastromski 0; Donahue 0.
Top hitters: P, Bill Held 2×3. M, Nate MacDonald 3×4, 3B; Justin Rayburn 2×3, 2 RBIs 3 runs; Riley Erickson 2×3, 2B; Sam Schwanebeck 2×3, 3 RBIs; Lucious Messerschmidt 2×4; Bobby Pilz 2×3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs.
Records: Plover not reported; Marshfield 3-2.

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Marshfield Chaparrals drop pitcher’s duel at Westboro

Posted on 04 June 2017 by paul

Marshfield Chaparrals pitcher Drew Spaeth struck out 11 in a 2-0 loss at Westboro on Sunday. (Photo by V. Pilz/For

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By Steve Pilz

WESTBORO – The Marshfield Chaparrals saw their record back to .500 as they lost to the Westboro Trojans 2-0, in what turned out to be a pitcher’s duel on a sun-splashed Sunday afternoon in Dairyland League amateur baseball action.

Four pitchers pitched in all, but the headliners were the starters, who combined for 20 strikeouts between them.

Westboro starter Taylor Brayton gave up a single to lead-off man Nate MacDonald, who took second when the right fielder bobbled the ball. It would be the only hit Brayton would allow in his six-inning stint. He finished the first with a pair of strikeouts and a groundout to get out of the jam.

Chaps starter Drew Spaeth was equally impressive. He struck out the lead-off man but when he went to field a bunt to the next batter, he threw wide to first allowing the runner to reach.

Trojans third baseman Drew Freeman came up next and hit a ball to right-center that just cleared the fence for a home run and a 2-0 lead.

From there it was all pitching. Brayton left after six innings with nine strikeouts and five walks, yielding just the one single in the first. Sam Schwanebeck and Luke Wirtz both walked with two outs in the fourth and advanced to second and third base respectively on a wild pitch but that’s as close as the Chaps would get to scoring.

Spaeth would last seven innings, striking out 11, walking three and surrendering just three hits.

“I thought Drew (Spaeth) really pitched a great game,” said Chaparrals manager Justin Rayburn. “We need to give him some run support. Toward the end of the game we started to get more base runners, but couldn’t bring them in. Overall, our pitching has been pretty strong this year.”

Westboro reliever Nick Ruepke allowed just two hits in three innings, striking out two and walking one to earn the save.

Ryan Metz relieved Spaeth and got two strikeouts and allowed one hit in one inning of work.

The Chaparrals got a double from Justin Rayburn, but just a pair of singles otherwise from Schwanebeck and MacDonald. Bobby Pilz walked three times in his three plate appearances.

Marshfield hosts the Plover Pterodactyls at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Jack Hackman Field.

Trojans 2, Chaparrals 0
Marshfield 000 000 000 – 0 3 1
Westboro 200 000 00x – 2 4 1
Taylor Brayton. LP: Drew Spaeth.
SO: Spaeth 11, Ryan Metz 2; Brayton 9, Nick Ruepke 2. BB: Spaeth 3, Metz 0; Brayton 5, Ruepke 1.
Top hitters: M, Justin Rayburn 2B; W, Drew Freeman 2×4, HR, 2 RBIs.
Records: Marshfield 2-2 overall and Dairyland League; Westboro not reported.

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Marshfield Chaparrals baseball falls at home to Whittlesey

Posted on 29 May 2017 by paul


This story is sponsored by: The Marshfield Tiger Booster Club

By Steve Pilz

MARSHFIELD – The Whittlesey Reds hit four doubles en route to a 7-1 win over the Marshfield Chaparrals in a Dairyland League amateur baseball game Sunday afternoon at Jack Hackman Field.

The loss was the Chaparrals’ first of the season as they fall to 2-1 overall and in Dairyland play.

Jack Donahue took the hill for the Chaps in his first appearance of the season.

The Reds got a pair of singles after an out in the first, followed by a walk. A sacrifice fly to center scored a run and the Reds were up 1-0.

Whittlesey added another run in the second before the Chaps got that run back in their half of the second. Sam Schwanebeck led off with a ground rule double to centerfield. Lucius Messerschmidt walked and Alex Steines laid down a sacrifice bunt to move the runners to second and third. Ryan Metz drilled a single to score Schwanebeck with two outs. Bobby Pilz kept the inning alive when he was hit by a pitch, but the inning ended with a fly out to right field.

The Reds answered again getting a single run in the third to make it 3-1.

Whittlesey’s Brandon Loetscher threw nothing but zeros at the Chaps after that giving way to a reliever in the eighth. Loetscher struck out two and walked three, but surrendered just four hits and coaxed the Chaps into 10 ground outs.

The Reds chased Donahue from the game at the end of the fifth when they scored two more runs on a pair of doubles and an error.

But unlike Friday night when the Chaps bats were stagnant early and then came through in the clutch, they could only muster seven hits, leaving 11 runners on base.

Noah Panzer relieved Donahue and held the Reds down for the most part, pitching four innings, allowing a pair of earned runs, five hits, with a walk and a strikout.

The Chaparrals will play again on Friday, June 2, at Jack Hackman Field against Stanley.

Reds 7, Chaparrals 1
Whittlesey 111 022 000 — 7 14 1
Marshfield 010 000 000 — 1 7 2
Brandon Loetscher. LP: Jack Donahue
SO: M, Donahue (5 inn.) 5, Noah Panzer (4 inn.) 1. BB: M, Donahue 4, Panzer 1.
Top hitters: M, Riley Erickson 2×4, Sam Schwanebeck 2×4, 2B, R.
Records: Chaparrals 2-1 overall and Dairyland League; Whittlesey not provided.

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Marshfield Chaparrals rally late to knock off Wausau River Hawks

Posted on 26 May 2017 by paul

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By Steve Pilz

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Chaparrals ran their Dairyland League record to 2-0 with a 2-1 victory over the Wausau River Hawks on Friday night in their home opener at Jack Hackman Field.

But, it took them awhile.

Wausau drew first blood in the first inning. After a groundout, the River Hawks turned an infield single and a double to center into the game’s first run that would hold up all the way to the eighth inning.

Marshfield’s Drew Spaeth and Wausau’s Jordan Huenerfuss took over on the hill, trading scoreless innings after the first. Spaeth was particularly impressive giving up just one more hit after the first inning. He yielded just three hits in seven innings, walking three and striking out a dozen.

The Chaps offered little offensive support.

In the fourth, Marshfield left two runners on and in the sixth stranded both Nate MacDonald and Justin Rayburn, who had started the frame with a pair of singles.

Spaeth’s night ended after seven hard fought innings and he exited for reliever Bobby Pilz. Pilz promptly created his own jam with a pair of walks, followed by a bunt that he fielded but couldn’t get out of his glove for an error. With the bases now loaded, Pilz struck out the next three batters to escape any damage.

That seemed to be the momentum the Chaps had sought all night.

MacDonald lashed a one-out single and Rayburn reached as well on an infield error. Riley Erickson gounded out moving the runners to second and third. Sam Schwanebeck drew a walk bringing Luke Wirtz to the plate. The burly designated hitter smacked his third single of the night, looping a ball into left-centerfield plating both MacDonald and Rayburn, giving the Chaps their first lead and one they wouldn’t relinquish.

Pilz made the one-run lead stand up as he mowed down the final three batters all swinging. Pilz struck out six of the nine batters he faced and the Chaps had their second win against no losses.

Marshfield will take the field again at Hackman Field on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. with another league game against Whittlesey.

Chaparrals 2, River Hawks 1
Wausau 100 000 000 – 1 3 1
Marshfield 000 000 02x – 2 8 3
Bobby Pilz. LP: Jordan Huenerfuss.
SO: Huenerfuss 7; Drew Spaeth (7 inn.) 12, Pilz (2 inn.) 6. BB: Huenerfuss 2; Spaeth 3, Pilz 2.
Top hitters: W, John Roberts 2×5, 2B, RBI. M, Luke Wirtz 3×4, 2 RBIs; Nate MacDonald 2×4; Riley Erickson 2×4.

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Marshfield Chaparrals baseball team wins 2017 opener at Interwald

Posted on 14 May 2017 by paul

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By Steve Pilz

RIB LAKE – The Marshfield Chaparrals amateur baseball team opened their 2017 season with a Dairyland League victory over the Interwald Woodticks 14-12 in 11 innings on Sunday afternoon.

The Mothers’ Day affair saw a little bit of everything as the Chaps struggled to get out of the gate trailing 3-2 into the fifth inning before grabbing an 11-3 lead at one point.

Nate MacDonald got the Chaparrals’ season off to a positive start with a base on balls and scored on a Lucius Messerschmidt sacrifice fly for a 1-0 lead.

Starting pitcher Ryan Metz was the victim of an infield error and a soggy right field as the Woodticks got their first two base runners on. A couple of RBI singles plated two earned runs and the Chaps trailed 3-1.

That score lasted until the fourth when Sam Schwanebeck deposited a home run over the left-centerfield fence to cut the Ticks’ lead to one.

The Chaps erupted for six runs in the top of the fifth.

MacDonald drilled a one-out double to right-centerfield before an RBI single by Justin Rayburn. Riley Erickson followed that with a single before Schwanebeck cleared the bags with another home run, this one down the leftfield line. After another out, Alex Steines walked in front of Cale Cuddie, who hit the Chaps’ third homer of the game.

Metz left the mound after four innings work and was replaced by Bobby Pilz, who struck out the side in the fifth.

Metz led the sixth off with a single and ended up on third after another MacDonald double. Rayburn knocked in Metz with a sacrifice fly. Schwanebeck walked later in the inning and scored on a Messerschmidt single. The Chaps left the bases loaded but still led 11-3.

Pilz struck out two of the first three batters in the sixth before walking a pair and hitting a batter. A bases-loaded error didn’t help and the Woodticks scratched their way back with a five-spot in the inning.

Two more errors in the seventh got Interwald all the way back in the game at 12-10.

Pilz pitched a scoreless eighth, finishing with nine strikeouts before yielding to Schwanebeck to close the door in the ninth.

After a walk, a single and two more walks, Schwanebeck had a full- blown jam on his hands. But a timely strikeout, a sacrifice fly and an unassisted force play at third limited the damage, but knotted the score at 12-12.

The Chaps went quietly in the 10th setting the stage for the Woodticks to win it in the home half.

Schwanebeck promptly hit the lead-off man. He moved to second on a sacrifice bunt. The next batter walked and the one after was hit with a pitch that loaded the bases with one out. He was able to wiggle out of the it as Rayburn, the Chaps’ centerfielder, caught a fly ball and threw out the runner from third trying to score to end the inning with a double play.

Pilz led off the 11th with a single to center field. He went to second on a wild pitch but had to stay there when Metz flied out to right. A grounder by MacDonald got Pilz to third before Rayburn walked. Erickson plated Pilz with what turned out to be the winning run before Schwanebeck put the cap on a four-hit, five RBI day by driving in Rayburn with a single.

Schwanebeck got three groundouts in the bottom of the 11th to finish off the 14-12 win for Marshfield.

Marshfield hammered out 22 hits, overcoming four errors and 12 runners left on base. Interwald stranded 13 runners.

Schwanebeck had four hits. MacDonald, Erickson, and Steines each had three and Rayburn, Messerschmidt, Pilz and Metz each had two. The Chaparrals’ next game is at Marshfield’s Jack Hackman Field next Sunday, May 21, against Abbotsford.

Chaparrals 14, Woodticks 12 (11 inn.)
Marshfield 100 163 100 02 – 14 22 4
Interwald 300 005 202 00 – 12 10 0
Interwald statistics not provided.
Sam Schwanebeck.
SO: Ryan Metz (4 inn.) 4, Bobby Pilz (4 inn.) 9, Schwanebeck (3 inn.) 1. BB: Metz 1, Pilz 3, Schwanebeck 4.
Top hitters: M, Schwanebeck 2 HRs, 5 RBIs; Cale Cuddie HR; Nate McDonald 2 2Bs; Alex Steines 2B.
Records: Marshfield 1-0 overall and Dairyland League.

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Marshfield Chaparrals tryouts set for May 7 and May 10

Posted on 24 April 2017 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Chaparrals amateur baseball team will be holding tryouts for its 2017 season on Sunday, May 7, at noon, and Wednesday, May 10, at 6 p.m. at Jack Hackman Field.

For any questions or for more information, contact coach Justin Rayburn at 715-213-1600.

The Chaparrals season is scheduled to begin May 14 with a game at Interwald. Marshfield’s home opener is May 21.

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Marshfield Chaparrals blank Tomahawk

Posted on 19 July 2016 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – Drew Spaeth and Ryan Metz combined on a two-hit shutout as the Marshfield Chaparrals amateur baseball team blanked the Tomahawk Titans 3-0 in a Dairyland League game Monday night at Jack Hackman Field.

Spaeth struck out six and walked three in seven innings, and Metz tossed two shutout innings in relief to finish off the win for Marshfield (9-6, 6-4 Dairyland League).

Alex Steines and Cole Cuddie each went 2-for-4 for the Chaparrals, who had seven hits in all.

Marshfield’s next game is at 7 p.m. Friday at home against Lodi.

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