Subscribe

Warrior baseball win Twin Lakes Conference

Posted

The Alta-Aurelia baseball team finished up conference play this past week and won the Twin Lakes Conference. On Wednesday the Warriors beat Emmetsburg on the road 10-0, and they took a 17-2 home win over Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire to win the TLC. They traveled to face Madrid on Friday and won 8-3, before a 19-2 loss to West Marshall at the Brett Prange Classic, hosted by Ankeny Centennial, on Saturday. They took an 8-1 home win over Coon Rapids-Bayard on Tuesday.

Against the E-Hawks on Wednesday, the Warriors scored one run in the first, two in the second, three in the fifth and four in the seventh for the 10-0 win.

The Warriors had 16 hits, 13 singles, two doubles and a home run, with eight RBIs. They were walked four times, hit by a pitch and struck out four times. Junior Gavin Sleezer scored three runs and had three hits, two singles and the home run, with three RBIs while senior Cale Brechwald scored twice and had two hits, a single and a double, with two RBIs. Sophomore Payton Syndergaard scored a runs, hit two singles and had an RBI, junior Peyton Meyer scored a run, hit a double and had an RBI and sophomore Sam Sennert hit two singles and had an RBI. Sophomore Camden Reinert and freshman Jaxson Page each scored a run and hit two singles, freshman Maddux McCoy scored a run and hit a single and sophomore Brayden Marshall hit a single.

Sleezer and Reinert each stole two bases while Meyer and Page each took one. Brechwald pitched the whole seven inning game and allowed three hits and struck out nine.

In the win over GTRA on Thursday, Alta-Aurelia scored seven runs in each the first and second innings, and added three more in the third. The Titans put up two runs in the fourth inning as the Warriors took the win at 17-2.

Alta-Aurelia had eight hits, three singles and five doubles, with 10 RBIs. They were walked 10 times, hit by three pitches and struck out three times. Brechwald scored twice, hit a double and had three RBIS while Sleezer scored a run, hit a double and had two RBIs, and Sennert hit a single and a double with two RBIs.

Brechwald, Meyer and eighth grader Tilman Bern each stole two bases while Sleezer, Reinert, Page and Marshall took one each. Sennert started on the mound and pitched three innings where he hit one batter and struck out four. Sleezer threw the last inning and allowed three hits, two runs and struck out one.

Against Madrid on Friday, the Warriors put up two runs in the top of the third while the Tigers scored a run in each the bottom of the third and fourth to tie it. Alta-Aurelia put up another two runs in the top of the fifth while Madrid scored one more in the bottom of the fifth. The Warriors scored four more in the sixth for the 8-3 win.

The Warriors had six this, five singles and a double, with seven RBIs. They wee walked 11 times, hit by five pitches and struck out six times. Page scored a run and hit two singles for three RBIs while Reinert scored two runs, hit a single and a double and had two RBIs. Brechwald scored a run and hit a single, Sennert scored two runs, Meyer scored a run and had an RBI and Marshall hit a single and had an RBI.

Reinert and Meyer stole two bases each while Page, Marshall and Syndergaard took one each. Marshall pitched the whole game and allowed six hits, three runs, one earned, walked two, hit three batters and struck out four.

In the loss to West Marshall, the Trojans scored five runs in the first, six in the second and four in the top of the third. Alta-Aurelia put up two runs in the bottom of the third and the Trojans scored four more in the fourth for the 19-2 final.

Alta-Aurelia hit two singles and had an RBI. They were walked three times, hit by two pitches and struck out six times. Brechwald scored a run and hit a single while Page had an RBI. Sennert scored a run and Reinert hit a single.

Brechwald, Senners, Reinert and Syndergaard each stole a base in the game. Reinert pitched just over an inning and allowed five hits, 10 runs, seven earned, walked four, hit one batter and struck out two. Meyer threw for just over an inning and allowed five hits, six runs, walked four and struck out four, and Bern took the mound for an inning and allowed three hits, three runs, one earned, and hit one batter.

In the Tuesday night win over Coon Rapids-Bayard, the Warriors scored one run in the first, two in the third, and three in the fourth. The Crusaders scored a run in the top of the sixth and the Warriors pushed two more across in the bottom of the sixth for the 8-1 final.

Alta-Aurelia had 10 hits, nine singles and a double, with eight RBIs. They were walked six times, hit by a pitch and struck out four times. Page hit two singles and had three RBIs while Sennert scored two runs, hit three singles and had two RBIs. Reinert scored twice, hit a single and a double and had two RBIs, Brechwald scored once and hit two singles and sophomore Gabe Olsen had an RBI.

Reinert stole two bases in the game. Brechwald pitched all seven innings and allowed four hits, one run, walked three, hit one batter and struck out nine.

Alta-Aurelia is now 15-6 and was scheduled to face OABCIG on Wednesday and West Monona on Thursday in a varsity double-header. They will host 9-7 Spirit Lake on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Comments

No comments on this item Please log in to comment by clicking here