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Spencer baseball crushes Colby

Posted on 22 April 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – Spencer scored eight runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to finish off a 12-2 win over Colby in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division baseball game Friday at Spencer High School.

Hunter Luepke earned the win for the Rockets, giving up two unearned runs and four hits in a five-inning, complete-game effort. He struck out five and walked four.

Caden Schillinger had three hits, three stolen bases and four RBIs to lead Spencer’s offensive attack.

Carson Hildebrandt added two RBIs and Darren Willcome was hit by a pitch three times and scored twice for Spencer (4-2, 4-1 Cloverbelt East).

Spencer plays at Owen-Withee on Tuesday.

Rockets 12, Hornets 2
Colby 020 00 – 2 4
Spencer 012 18 – 12 5
WP:
Hunter Luepke.
SO: Luepke 5. BB: Luepke 4.
Top hitters: C, Morrow 2 hits. S, Caden Schillinger 3×4, 3 SBs, 4 RBIs, run; Dom Wichlacz RBI; Luepke 2 SBs, 2 runs; Carson Hildebrandt 3 BBs, 2 RBIs; Tanner Kleinschmidt 2B, run; Cody Virks 2 runs, RBI; Darren Willcome 3 HBPs, 2 runs, RBI.
Records: Colby 0-3, 0-2 Cloverbelt Conference East Division; Spencer 4-2, 4-1 Cloverbelt East.

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Spencer baseball edges Loyal in extra innings

Posted on 17 April 2017 by paul

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LOYAL – The Spencer baseball team won its third-straight game, beating Loyal 4-2 in eight innings on Monday at Loyal High School.

Carson Hildebrandt had two hits and two RBIs, and Caden Schillinger had a single and two doubles to lead Spencer (3-1 overall, 3-0 Cloverbelt Conference East Division) at the plate.

Hunter Luepke was the winning pitcher and added a single, two walks, and three stolen bases offensively for Spencer.

The Rockets jump back into action Tuesday at Greenwood.

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Baseball preview: Pitching depth looks strong for Marshfield

Posted on 12 April 2017 by paul

Marshfield senior Jake Brueggen anchors a strong pitching staff for the Tigers. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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For the second season in a row, the Marshfield High School baseball team will have a first-time head coach.

Jon Bauer replaces Shane Freitag as the Tigers’ manager and inherits a team that finished 13-13 overall and 6-6 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

Marshfield won its playoff opener before losing in a WIAA Division 1 regional final to Eau Claire North last spring.

After a few weeks of practice, the Tigers are scheduled to open their season with a nonconference doubleheader Thursday against Eau Claire North at Jack Hackman Field.

Bauer said he has been impressed with what he has seen so far this spring.

“I really like our work ethic,” Bauer said. “I think we’ll have enough good pitching necessary to compete with the new pitch count limits. Our hitting and fielding, hopefully, will be strengths as well.”

The WIAA passed a rule last summer that states a pitcher can throw up to 100 pitches in a day. Three days rest are then required before the player may pitch again. Pitchers who throw 1-30 pitches in a day will not require any rest; 31-49 pitches thrown requires one day rest; 50-75 mandates two days rest; and 76-100 pitches requires three days off before returning the mound.

Seniors Connor Jasurda, Jake Brueggen and Hunter Korger are expected to make up the starting pitching rotation, and Bauer said he will determine the rest as the season moves forward.

Seniors Aaron Braun and Logan Jakobi, juniors Branden Montalvo, Connor Berry, Austin Palacek, Tyler Spaeth, Mitch Wilhelm, and Jared Johnsrud, and sophomore Ryan Krueger will also compete for mound time for the Tigers.

Senior Paul Maguire will see time at catcher and in the outfield for the Tigers are earning first-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference honors in 2016 as a utility player. He hit .395 with 11 RBIs in conference play a year ago.

Senior outfielder Braden Bohman is also back for his third year on the varsity. He and Brueggen were honorable mention all-conference selections. Bohman hit .326 with 12 runs scored and five stolen bases, and Brueggen was 2-2 with a 4.03 earned-run average in Valley action.

Senior Jared Klein is also back for his third year on the varsity and will catch and play first base.

“Our expectations are to show up, show that we can play, show that we can improve as the season progresses, and show that we can be good teammates,” Bauer said. “I really like the effort this group demonstrates in practice every day.”

MARSHFIELD TIGERS
Coach:
Jon Bauer, first year.
Last year’s record: 13-13, 6-6 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Def. Merrill 10-2 in WIAA Div. 1 regional semifinal; Lost to Eau Claire North 7-0 in regional final.
Returning players: Braden Bohman, sr., OF; Jake Brueggen, sr., P/OF; Logan Jakobi, sr., IF; Connor Jasurda, sr., IF/P; Jared Klein, sr., C/1B; Hunter Korger, sr., IF/P; Paul Maguire, jr., C/OF; Austin Palacek, jr., P/IF.
Top newcomers: Aaron Braun, sr., P/OF; Austin Goode, sr., OF; Branden Montalvo, jr., C/P/IF; Connor Berry, jr., P/IF; Andy Goettl, jr., OF; Tyler Spaeth, jr., IF/P; Ryan Krueger, so., P/IF; Mitch Wilhelm, jr., P/IF; Jared Johnsrud, jr., P/IF.

AUBURNDALE APACHES
Coach:
Mark Brost, 13th season (124-86).
Last year’s record: 7-9, 6-6 Marawood Conference South Division.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Lost to Weyauwega-Fremont 3-1 in WIAA Div. 3 regional quarterfinals.
Returning players: Logan Willfahrt, sr., C; Cason Schmutzer, jr., LF; Ryan Isaacson, jr., 1B; Aaron Willfahrt, sr., CF/P; Caleb Weinfurter, sr., 2B/P; Cam Ertl, jr., RF/P; Colton Wright, so., SS/P; Dylan Altmann, 3B.
Top newcomers: Dalten Hoffman, jr., 2B/3B; Trayton Weister, so., 2B/3B; Cooper Weinfurter, fr., OF/2B; Steve Hartman 1B.
What the coach said: “Auburndale should be solid defensively and offensively,” Brost said. “Our pitching should be a strength as the season progresses. We hope to be one of the better teams in the Marawood South and compete for a conference championship.”

COLUMBUS CATHOLIC DONS
Coach:
Joe Seitz, 12th year (64-118).
Last year’s record: 7-12, 7-9 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Lost to Prentice 5-0 in WIAA Div. 4 regional quarterfinals.
Returning players: Tyler Fuerlinger, sr., SS/P; Charles Payant, sr.,P/C/3B; Ryan Dieringer, sr., 2B; Bailey Keffer, sr., P/OF; Noah Taylor, so., OF/3B/P; Bryce Fuerlinger, so., OF/P.
Top newcomers: Ethan Meece, so., OF/P; Will Boyer, OF; Jarred Mandel, so., C/3B/P; Evan Dieringer, so., 1B; Calvin Brown, so., utility.
What the coach said: “We have some younger kids who saw a lot of playing time last year, so they have some varsity experience and we have good upper class leadership,” Seitz said. “If we can develop more pitching this year, with the new pitch count rules, and play solid defense, we can be competitive in our conference.”

SPENCER ROCKETS
Coach:
Tim Buttke, first year.
Last year’s record: 13-6, 12-4 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Lost to Stratford 4-3 in WIAA Div. 3 regional semifinal.
Returning players: Hunter Luepke, jr., OF/P; Carson Hildebrandt, so., IF/C; Dom Wichlacz, IF/P; Caden Schillinger, jr., C/P; Tanner Kleinschmidt, so., IF/P; Lukas Ellefson, jr., OF.
Top newcomers: Brett Kasch, fr., IF/P; Darren Wilconne, IF/OF; Tyler Brandt, OF/IF.
What the coach said: “Since we will be very young we are just focused on getting better each day,” Buttke said. “Fortunately, we are talented. To be successful we need to consistently play up to our capabilities. I think our strength will be our 1-5 batters. Carson Hildebrandt has really impressed so far this spring. Dom Wichlacz and Caden Schillinger bring back some experience and they both have made great jumps from last year to this spring. Hunter Luepke is a fantastic athlete. The sky is the limit for him and he’s also an exceptionally high-quality young man.”

STRATFORD TIGERS
Coach:
Brad Grube, fourth year (34-28).
Last year’s record: 11-7, 8-4 Marawood Conference South Division.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Def. Colby 5-4 in WIAA Div. 3 regional quarterfinals; Def. Spencer 4-3 in regional semifinals; lost to Marathon 6-0 in regional final.
Returning players: Cole Hoffmann, sr., P/IF; Lucas Heidmann, sr., P/IF; Dakota Singer, sr., OF; Mark Handrick, jr., C; Andrew Bargender, jr., C; Eli Drexler, so., OF; Kade Ehrike, so., IF/P.
Top newcomers: Lance Heidmann, so., IF/P; Ty Pankratz, so., IF/P; Maverick Licciardi, so., IF/P; Dylan Schoenherr, so., IF/C; Connor Multerer, jr., IF; Tim Wenzel, jr., OF; Hunter Austin, jr., OF; Ryan Foley, so., IF.
What the coach said: “Our strengths will be our work ethic, defense, and baseball understanding,” Grube said. “We need to work on moving runners when they are in scoring position. We want to be competitive in all areas of baseball to give us the best chance to win.”

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Spencer baseball tops Granton

Posted on 11 April 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – The Spencer baseball team won its second-straight conference game, beating Granton 14-4 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division game Tuesday at Spencer High School.

Dom Wichlacz was the winning pitcher for the Rockets, who are now 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the conference. The game was Granton’s season opener.

Tanner Kleinschmidt had two singles, Hunter Luepke had a single and a steal of home plate, and Carson Hildebrandt had an RBI for the Rockets.

Spencer is off until Monday when it plays at Loyal.

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Spencer baseball edges Neillsville in conference opener

Posted on 07 April 2017 by paul

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NEILLSVILLE – The Spencer baseball team opened its Cloverbelt Conference East Division season with a narrow 2-1 win over Neillsville on Friday at Neillsville High School.

Hunter Luepke allowed one run in five innings to earn the win, and Caden Schillinger picked up the save with two scoreless innings on the mound.

Carson Hildebrandt had both RBIs for the Rockets (1-1 overall).

Neillsville is now 1-3 overall and 0-1 in the Cloverbelt East.

Spencer hosts Granton for a conference game Tuesday.

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College roundup: Updates on Baierl, Fravert, Hutchison, Pilz

Posted on 31 March 2017 by paul

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By Paul Lecker
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A number of former local high school athletes have moved on to the next level and are playing sports collegiately across the country.

Periodically, MarshfieldAreaSports.com will publish a College Sports Roundup updating readers of some of those local athletes’ exploits at the collegiate level.

This is the third of three reports on area high school graduates that either recently finished their winter sport, or are just starting their spring sport in college.

Abby Baierl

Baierl starts for Francisan women’s basketball
Abby Baierl, a 2016 graduate of Marshfield Columbus Catholic High School, recently completed her freshman season on the Franciscan University women’s basketball team.

Baierl started 22 of 24 games this past season for the Lady Barons, scoring 11.3 points per game. She shot 37.4 percent from 3-point range (45 of 128) and also chipped in 5.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game.

Baierl scored in double figures 13 times, including a season-high 28 in a win at Penn State-Altoona on Feb. 1.

Franciscan, located in Steubenville, Ohio, is an NCAA Division III school. The Lady Barons finished the season 3-21 overall and 3-15 in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference.

Adam Fravert

Fravert sees increased time at Oshkosh
Adam Fravert, a 2016 Marshfield High School graduate, recently completed his freshman season on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh men’s basketball team.

The former all-Wisconsin Valley Conference player played in 21 of the Titans’ 28 games this season, all in a reserve role, averaging 10.5 minutes, 2.1 points and 2.2 rebounds per game.

Oshkosh finished the season with a 17-11 record, including a 9-5 mark in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

The Titans lost 60-59 to UW-River Falls in the WIAC Tournament championship game on Feb. 25, and dropped its opener in the NCAA Division III Tournament to Hope College 87-85 on March 3.

Fravert came off the bench and played 16 minutes in the loss to Hope, scoring two points. He also had two rebounds and three assists.

Fravert had a season-high 13 points in a win at UW-Whitewater on Feb. 15, and was a perfect 3-for-3 shooting and scored seven points in the tournament game loss to River Falls.

Alexandra Hutchison

Hutchison running 200 at Winona
Alexandra Hutchison, a freshman on the Winona State (Minn.) University women’s track and field team, and a 2016 graduate of Marshfield Columbus Catholic High School, has been running in the 200 meters for the Warriors this spring.

Hutchison won the 200 in 25.85 seconds at the Wisconsin Shell Shocker on Feb. 17 in Madison, where Winona State, and NCAA Division II school, defeated numerous Division I programs and finished second overall in the team standings behind just host Wisconsin.

In her most recent event, Hutchison finished 15th in the preliminaries and did not qualify for the 200 finals at the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Indoor Meet at Minnesota State in Mankato on Feb. 25. She ran the event in 25.81 seconds.

Winona State begins its outdoor season Saturday at the Early Birdinal at crosstown Saint Mary’s University in Winona.

Bobby Pilz

Pilz pitching at Stout
Bobby Pilz, a 2016 graduate of Spencer High School, is a freshman on the UW-Stout baseball team.

Pilz has pitched a total of three innings in three games for the Blue Devils (3-10) this season. He has allowed seven runs, five hits and seven walks, striking out one.

Stout plays a nonconference doubleheader at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., on Thursday and opens its WIAC season with doubleheaders at home against UW-Platteville on April 8-9.

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Spencer, Columbus Catholic place numerous athletes on all-Cloverbelt Conference East softball, baseball teams

Posted on 24 June 2016 by paul

Spencer senior pitcher Macie Weber was named Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Player of the Year. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Spencer senior pitcher Macie Weber was named Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Player of the Year. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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Athletes from Spencer and Marshfield Columbus Catholic dotted the All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division softball and baseball teams, which were released recently.

Seven Rockets earn all-Cloverbelt East softball honors
Cloverbelt Conference East Division champion Spencer had seven of its nine regular starters named to the all-Cloverbelt East softball team for the 2016 season.

The Rockets won their second-straight Cloverbelt East title, going undefeated again at 12-0 and ran their conference winning streak to 27 games in the process.

Senior pitcher Macie Weber was named conference Player of the Year and was a first-team selection after going a perfect 9-0 on the mound and hitting eight homers in all this season.

“Macie was a great player for us all four years,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “She is a great kid and was very deserving of winning Player of the Year. Her hitting was top notch this year and she won a lot of games for us in the circle. She no doubt had a huge impact on our success. There will be big shoes to fill for sure.”

Shortstop Courtney Buss and catcher Mandie Schultz were also named to the 10-player first team for Spencer. Buss, the Rockets’ leadoff hitter, had two three-hit games during conference play.

“Mandie was a very smart and crafty catcher,” Gorst said. “Defensively, she was very good. Her ability to expand the strike zone for pitchers was remarkable. Courtney stepped in at shortstop and proved to be a high-level athlete. Her baserunning ability also really stood out.”

Sophomore first baseman Lexi Baehr and outfielder Jenna Schober were named to the second team, and outfielder Cinnamin Harwood and designated player Kallie Reckner were honorable mention picks for Spencer.

Columbus Catholic senior Abby Baierl was the Dons’ lone all-conference representative, earning second-team honors after the Dons finished 1-11.

2016 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Team
First team:
Emily Johnson, sr., Gilman; Morgan Birkenholz, sr., Gilman; Taylor Hendricks, jr., Gilman; Kaylee Learman, so., Greenwood; Morgan Reinwand, jr., Loyal/Granton; Devyn Schoonover, sr., Loyal/Granton; Dani Pfeiffer, sr., Neillsville; Macie Weber, sr., Spencer; Courtney Buss, jr., Spencer; Mandie Schultz, sr., Spencer.
Second team: Abby Baierl, sr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Kayla Chause, jr., Gilman; Lexi Hinker, sr., Greenwood; Ashley Walker, sr., Greenwood; Deveni Rowley, jr., Loyal/Granton; Ryleigh Wilke, sr., Loyal/Granton; Jenna Pavlac, sr., Neillsville; Baileigh Johnson, so., Neillsville; Lexi Baehr, so., Spencer; Jenna Schober, jr., Spencer.
Honorable mention: Venessa Lopez, fr., Colby; Mariah Person, sr., Gilman; Kasee Burton, so., Gilman; Kassidy Lamovec, jr., Greenwood; Kristyn Nigon, sr., Greenwood; Haley Rueth, fr., Loyal/Granton; Cinnamin Harwood, jr., Spencer; Kallie Reckner, sr., Spencer.
Player of the Year: Macie Weber, Spencer.

Columbus, Spencer have one named to baseball first team
Marshfield Columbus Catholic senior Matthias Gouin and Spencer sophomore Hunter Luepke earned first-team selections to the 2016 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division baseball team, as voted on by the conference coaches.

Luepke, an outfielder and pitcher, helped the Rockets to a second-place tie with Neillsville at 12-4, three games behind conference champion Loyal.

Gouin was joined on the all-conference team for Columbus by teammates Tyler Fuerlinger (second team) and Billy Young (honorable mention). The Dons finished 7-9 and in sixth place in the conference standings.

Spencer infielder Jonny Tomke was a second-team selection.

Loyal, which went 15-1 in conference play, had four first-team selections and seven picks in all, including Player of the Year Brenden Collins.

2016 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Baseball Team
First team:
Matthias Gouin, sr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Brenden Collins, sr., Loyal; Kanyan Rachu, sr., Loyal; Colten Roehl, sr., Loyal; Riley Geiger, jr., Loyal; Jason Kurth, sr., Neillsville; Logan Matson, so., Neillsville; Kole Karaba, jr., Owen-Withee; A.J. Ovyn, so., Owen-Withee; Hunter Luepke, so., Spencer.
Second team: Aaron Morrow, jr., Colby; Tyler Fuerlinger, jr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Brock Opelt, jr., Granton; David Vesel, sr., Greenwood; Jake Waldhart, sr., Loyal; Josh Zupanc, sr., Loyal; Jacob Kunze, sr., Neillsville; David Harder, jr., Neillsville; Josiah Goerlitz, jr., Owen-Withee; Jonny Tomke, sr., Spencer.
Honorable mention: Billy Young, sr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Connor Skabroud, so., Gilman; Elliot Wininger, so., Gilman; Devin Toburen, so., Greenwood; Ben Zimmerman, sr., Loyal; Marshall Opelt, so., Neillsville; Ben Esker, sr., Owen-Withee.
Player of the Year: Brenden Collins, Loyal.

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Spencer baseball hands Loyal first loss of the season

Posted on 20 May 2016 by paul

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LOYAL – The Spencer baseball team broke open a scoreless game with a seven-run fourth inning and rolled from there, beating Loyal 15-5 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division game Friday, sending the Greyhounds to their first loss of the season.

Ryan Busse and Calvin Lenz each smacked home runs for the Rockets, who are now 13-4 overall and 12-3 in the Cloverbelt East. Loyal drops to 18-1 and 15-1 in the conference, having already clinched the Cloverbelt East title.

Bobby Pilz struck out eight to earn the win on the mound. Despite seven walks, Pilz only allowed three hits to limit the damage to three runs in six innings. He also went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs at the plate.

On Thursday, the Rockets lost at Greenwood 5-3. Spencer was limited to six hits in the loss.

Jonny Tomke also added two hits for the Rockets, who wrap up their Cloverbelt East schedule Tuesday at Owen-Withee.

Rockets 15, Greyhounds 5
Spencer 000 704 4 – 15 11 3
Loyal 000 003 2 – 5 3 0
WP:
Bobby Pilz. LP: Riley Geiger.
SO: Pilz 8. BB: Pilz 7, Hunter Luepke 3.
Top hitters: S, Pilz 3×4, 2B, 2 RBIs; Ryan Busse 1B, HR; Calvin Lenz 1B, HR; Jonny Tomke 2 hits.
Loyal statistics not reported.
Records: Spencer 13-4, 12-3 Cloverbelt East; Loyal 18-1, 15-1 Cloverbelt East.

Indians 5, Rockets 3
Spencer 001 010 1 – 3 6 5
Greenwood 000 122 x – 5 10 2
WP:
Devin Toburen. LP: Nate Neumann.
SO: Neumann 4, Calvin Lenz 3. BB: Lenz 1.
Top hitters: S, Tomke 2 hits; Luepke 1B, 3B; Pilz 2B.
Greenwood statistics not reported.
Records: Spencer 12-4, 11-3 Cloverbelt East; Greenwood 7-8, 7-6 Cloverbelt East.

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Three Spencer baseball pitchers combine to no-hit Granton

Posted on 17 May 2016 by paul

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SPENCER – Nate Neumann, Hunter Luepke and Caden Schillinger combined to throw a five-inning no-hitter as the Spencer baseball team shutout Granton 13-0 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division matchup Tuesday at Spencer High School.

Neumann and Luepke each pitched two spotless innings, and Schillinger struck out the side in the fifth to finish off the no-hitter.

Neumann, Jonny Tomke and Hunter Hildebrandt each had two hits for Spencer, which is now 12-3 overall and 11-2 in the Cloverbelt East.

Spencer plays at Greenwood on Thursday.

Rockets 13, Bulldogs 0
Granton 000 00 – 0 0 5
Spencer 640 3x – 13 13 2
WP:
Nate Neumann. LP: Brock Opelt.
Top hitters: S, Ryan Busse 2B; Nate Neumann 2 hits; Jonny Tomke 2 hits; Hunter Hildebrandt 2 hits.
Records: Granton 0-14, 0-13 Cloverbelt East; Spencer 12-3, 11-2 Cloverbelt East.

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Spencer baseball rips Colby

Posted on 13 May 2016 by paul

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SPENCER – The Spencer baseball team scored 11 times in the first inning and went on to rout Colby 16-4 in a game shortened to four innings due to rain.

Jonny Tomke had two of Spencer’s seven hits and the Rockets took advantage of nine walks and four errors by Colby (2-10 overall and Cloverbelt East).

Bobby Pilz earned the win, giving up just two hits on the mound for Spencer (11-3, 10-2 Cloverbelt East).

Spencer hosts Auburndale for a nonconference doubleheader Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.

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