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    North/West all-stars slip past East/Southeast

    Shullsburg Fever pitcher Nathan Hendrickson picked up a save, holding off the East/Southeast All-Stars to give the North/West team a 5-4 win. Hendrickson performed his feat Friday at The Duck Pond at the annual Madison Mallards-hosted all-star game.
    Hendrickson entered the game in the seventh inning and finished the last three frames. He spaced two hits while striking out four and walking one.
    Dodgeville Knights right-hander Carter Schmitz threw a dominating two innings to start the game for the North/West.  He did not allow a hit while striking out four of the six outs he recorded.  He walked one.
    Mazomanie’s Tim Hewitt and Reedsburg’s Jake Wegner each worked two frames for the N/W.  Hewitt fanned two and Wegner four.  Both gave up a pair of runs.
    Schmitz became the winning pitcher when the N/W scored a run in the first.  Middleton’s Hunter Bindl reached on a walk and scored on a single by Mazomanie’s Drew Barsness.
    The N/W added a run in the second when Cazenovia’s Nathan Bauer singled, advanced on a hit by Verona’s Max Steiner and scored on a grounder by Blanchardville’s AJā€ˆHendrickson.
    And Hendrickson did not stop there.  He also singled in Richland Center’s Christian Eernisse who had walked and Muscoda’s Tyler  Hach who had singled then scored himself on a hit by Hollandale’s Luke Kelly.  Kelly had two hits for the N/W squad.
    The E/SE scored their runs one at a time.  Portage’s Colton Brandsma doubled to open the third and scored on a single by Sun Prairie’s Eric Bennett. Poynette’s Justin Hauser doubled to lead off the fourth and was driven in by Trace Kirchberg of Columbus.
    Chase Jarlsberg of Cambridge drew a one out walk in the fifth and came home on a single by Hauser.
    The final E/SE run came in the sixth when Montello’s Lucas Achterberg walked, advanced on an errant pick off move and scored on a single by Footville’s Eli Hoscheit.
    Pitchers for the E/SE were Curtis Morgan of Montello, Gavin Busby of Evansville, Charlie Hatlen of Albion, Noah Punzel of McFarland, Branden Zastrow of Fort Atkinson, and Derek Heffel of Jefferson.
    SCORECARD
    East/Southeast
    Carlson         3-0-0
    Achterberg    0-1-1
    Schlesner       2-0-0
    Bennett          3-0-1
    Karten           2-0-0
    Jarlsberg        2-1-0
    Hoscheit        2-0-0
    Lund              1-0-0
    Kirchberg      2-0-0
    Hauser           3-1-2
    Mack             2-0-0
    Kirchenwitz  2-0-1
    Koch              2-0-1
    Klubertanz    1-0-0
    Heederik       2-0-0
    Grossman      2-0-0
    Brandsma      2-1-1
    Tschanz         1-0-0
    Totals           34-4-8
    North/West
    Schwitz        2-0-0
    Kittoe          1-0-0
    Jewell          1-0-1
    Bindl           1-1-0
    Kelly           2-0-2
    Ludlum       1-0-0
    Barsness      2-0-1
    Fjoster         2-0-0
    Steiner         2-1-0
    Moyer         1-0-0
    Hewitt         2-0-0
    Joyce           2-0-0
    Molitor        1-0-0
    Janecke        2-0-0
    Bauer           3-1-2
    Pertzborn     2-0-0
    Eernisse       1-1-0
    Luebke        1-0-0
    Hach            2-1-1
    McLaughlin 2-0-0
    Hendrickson 2-1-1
    Carrington    2-0-0
    Schmitz        0-0-0
    Totals         37-5-8


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