Tuesday Baseball/Softball Scores

Sports

June 8th, 2011 by Chris Parks

Baseball

  • Atlantic 14, Harlan 4 (5) (Dalton Franken 4 for 4 with 2 RBI & 3 Runs, Chad Christensen 2 for 3 with 3 RBI, Garrett Eblen winning pitcher, AHS 5-3)
  • Lewis Central 17, Kuemper Catholic 7
  • Glenwood 19, Clarinda 7
  • Shenendoah 7, Red Oak 2
  • Denison-Schleswig 12, Cherokee 7
  • Creston 12, Winterset 1 (6 inn)
  • Walnut 12, Orient-Macksburg 4
  • Tri-Center 5, St. Albert 3
  • Treynor 10, Nishnabotna 2
  • Coon Rapids Bayard 9, West Central Valley 0
  • Corning 10, Nodaway Valley 0
  • Fremont-Mills 16, Stanton 1 (4 inn)
  • East Mills 20, Clarinda Academy 5
  • Sidney 18, Essex 5
  • Bedford 14, East Union 7
  • Mount Ayr 14, Lenox 6
  • Martensdale-St. Mary’s 6 Southeast Warren 1
  • Abraham Lincoln 12-2, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7-11
  • IKM-Manning 14, Boyer Valley 1

Softball

  • Harlan 8, Atlantic 0
  • Red Oak 14, Shenendoah 2  5-innings
  • Glenwood 9, Clarinda 3
  • Lewis Central 5, Kuemper Catholic 0
  • Creston 11, Des Moines North 0 (5 inn)
  • Denison 5, Missouri Valley 4
  • Walnut 5, Orient-Macksburg 4  9-innings
  • AHST 2, Treynor 1
  • Corning 10, Nodaway Valley 3
  • OA-BCIG 4, Maple Valley-AO 3
  • Charter Oak-Ute 18, IKM-Manning 10

Atlantic vs. Harlan Deatils:

Harlan 8 @ Atlantic 0

1  2  3  4  5  6  7  R  H  E
HAR 1  0  3  0  3  0  1  8  8  1
ATL 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  3  2

WP- Brook Schaben   LP- Marissa Berns

Atlantic Highlights…
4th – ReAnn Cappel doubled to lead off the inning, moved to third on a FC
by Bre VonWehye but was called for leaving too early on a pop out by Tiara
Edelman.

6th – Katie Groves led off the inning with a walk.  Mollee Welter entered
the game as a courtesy runner.   Ali Krogman reached on a fielding error.
Both runners moved up on a FC hit by ReAnn Capple but were stranded with a
strike out then ground out.

Coach Hinzmann’s comments…
“Not to take anything away from Harlan, they are an outstanding team, but
we just did not execute very well tonight and we lacked a great deal of
discipline at the plate.  Those are two things which you simply can not do
against one of the best teams in the state and one of the best pitchers in
the conference.  As a team we need to stop playing scared and begin
playing with some confidence.  We seemed to be playing unemotional right
now and consequently are making mistakes that are more associated with
Little League teams and not 3A Hawkeye-Ten teams. I pitchers need to step
up and make pitches or we are going to continue to struggle.”