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Albion uses big inning to take Utica

Albion batted around in the ninth to add five runs to their 6-2 lead and went on to outscore Utica 11-2 in a Southeast Section game Sunday.

Charlie Hatlen worked six innings to earn the win. He struck out four, walked two and gave up six hits.  Neither of the two Utica runs scored in the first were earned.

Brock Wanninger struck out nine in 4 2/3 innings but was saddled with the loss.

Clay Klubertanz was 3x4 with a double for the Tigers.  Matt Klubertanz was 3x5, Jake Taylor 2x5 and Hatlen 3x6 as the Tigers collected 13 hits.

Shane Kisting also doubled for the Tigers.

Max Gartzke doubled for Utica while Ben Hildebrandt was 2x5 and John Raff 2x3 .

Sauk Twins tip Muscoda

Game Stats - 7/10/22 Muscoda at Sauk Prairie

Box Score


MUSCODA              AB  R  H BI  SAUK PRAIRIE         AB  R  H BI
Elijah Alt            5  0  2  0  Quinn Baier           4  0  1  0  
Andy Chitwood         5  1  1  0  Adam Juran            3  0  1  0  
tyler hach            4  1  2  2  Sam Koenig            1  0  1  0  
Caleb Marchwien       3  0  0  0  Elliot Dederich       3  0  0  0  
 J. Huebach           1  0  1  0  Benjamin Lenerz       3  0  0  0  
Madison Adkins        2  0  1  0   Chucky Schara        1  0  0  0  
Alex Meister          4  0  0  0  Dylan Slotty          4  0  1  0  
Trevor Troxel         4  0  0  0  Brenden Larsen        4  0  0  0  
Brett Hach            3  0  0  0  Tyler Prime           4  1  2  1  
 K Ramvir             1  0  0  0  Elijah Jorgenson      3  1  1  0  
Jac Huebsch           4  0  0  0   Joah Carlson         1  0  0  0  
TOTALS               36  2  7  2  TOTALS               31  2  7  1

MUSCODA                       100 000 010 -- 2  
SAUK PRAIRIE                  001 010 10x -- 3  

LOB--MUSCODA 9, SAUK PRAIRIE 9. ERR--Andy Chitwood, Kacey
Layton, Elijah Jorgenson. HR--tyler hach, Tyler Prime.
HBP--Madison Adkins. SB--Elijah Alt, Sam Koenig, Adam Juran
(2), Elijah Jorgenson.

 MUSCODA                         IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Alex Meister (L)               8.00    7    2    2    5    2    1
 SAUK PRAIRIE               
Adam Ballweg (W)               5.00    4    1    0    1    1    0
Leo Joyce                      2.00    0    0    0    0    2    0
Connor Leister (S)             2.00    3    1    1    0    2    1

WP--Leo Joyce. SO--K Ramvir, Alex Meister (2), Brett Hach,
Andy Chitwood, Quinn Baier, Joah Carlson. BB--Madison
Adkins, Elliot Dederich, Sam Koenig (3), Adam Juran.


July 9/10 game reports


Monona 14 - Cottage Grove 0 July 9th:


Cottage Grove:

Schroeder-Gasser 1-2


Blakley: 2.2ip, 2k, 6bb, 5h, 9r, 9er

Rice: 3.1ip, 2k, 1bb, 9h, 5r, 5er



T. Carlson 2-4   rbi

Held 2-5   2b, 3rbi

O’Brien 2-3   2b, 3b, 4rbi

McHugh 2-5

J. Carlson 2-3   rbi

Seelow 1-3   rbi

Young 1-4   rbi

Ackerman 2-2  


Lund: 7ip, 5k, 5bb, 1h, 0r, 0er



Monona 8 - Poynette 3 July 10th 


Leiterman 1-4   rbi

O’Connor 2-5   

Krigbaum 1-4   rbi

Keller 1-4   

Potter 1-4

Hansen 1-4   rbi


Bestul: 8ip, 2k, 4bb, 13h, 8r, 7er



T. Carlson 2-4   hr, 2rbi

O’Brien 2-5   2b

McHugh 3-4   2(2b), rbi

J. Carlson 1-3   rbi

Seelow 1-4   

Young 2-3   2rbi

Alexander 1-3

Ackerman 1-4


Schmidt: 8.1ip, 5k, 3bb, 6h, 3r, 2er

Swanson: .2ip, 0k, 0bb, 1h, 0r, 0er

June 19 reported results


There were 32 hits in the 17-8 Dodgeville Knights win over Pine Bluff/Mount Horeb Sunday with the 17 for the Knights the most productive.

Leyten Bowers, a third team all-state infielder from Mineral Point who will play at UW-Stout next year had a two run blast in the sixth and added a run scoring double earlier.  

Austin Larson, who pitched the final five innings, securing the win for Carter Schmitz, homered in the second.  Larson went 2x5.

Jordan Larson, Austin's brother, was 3x5 with a double and an rbi.  Sean Reilly was 2x3 with a double and three rbis.

Jordan Olson tripled and drove in two runs with a 2x5 day at the plate.  Other multiple hit games came from Grant Bossert (2x4, double, rbi) and Justin Baehler (2x5, rbi)

For the Bluffers Mitch Marty was 22x4, Ryan Vogel 2x6, Jon Killoy 2x5, Derrick Meinholz 2x5 with a double and Finn Pohlman who was 2x4.


Cambridge banged out 16 hits in disposing of Waterloo 16-1 Sunday

Jared Horton was the winning pitcher, striking out nine in 4 2/3 innings.  Denver Evans finished the final 3 1/3 and struck out five.

Andrew Duckert, Jacob Filter and Louis Hensler all threw for Waterloo.

Chase Jarlsberg led Cambridge with a 4x5 day at the plate with a triple and a double.  JT Parish was 3x4 with a triple and a double and Austin Hauen went 3x5.  Horton also had a double for Cambridge.

Fort Atkinson beat Utica Association 9-4 as JJ Curtis [itched the win.  He bested Utica's Brock Wanninger.

Branden Zastrow  and Chris Koepke both went 2x5 for Fort with Drew Dunkelberger 2x2 and Jake Hansen 2x4 with a double.  Koepke recorded two doubles for the Generals.

Dane Schultz led Utica with a 2x4 day and an rbi.


PORTAGE      000 000 000  -- 0 - 3 - 2

COLUMBUS   202 003 00X -- 7 - 5 - 2





Trace Kirchberg (W) -- 7IP 2H 0R 0ER 2BB 15K

James Mobry -- 2IP 1H 0R 0ER 1BB 2K



Jacob Kastenholz (L) -- 7IP 5H 7R 4ER 4BB 8K

Jack George -- 1IP 0H 0R 0ER 2BB 3K





James Mobry 2x2 

3B: Kirchberg

2B: Eliot Turnquist






Trace Kirchberg continued his Eastern Section MVP campaign with a dominant performance on the mound. He was also 1x4 with a triple, 2 runs scored, and an RBI at the plate.




additional games from June 12


Curtis Sheehan, a former pitcher for Carroll University and UW-Milwaukee, rejoined Belleville Sunday and pitched seven shut out innings in their 9-2 win over the Shullsburg/Benton Fever.

Sheehan struck out 10 and did not walk a batter while scattering six hits.   He also was 3x5 while driving in three runs.

Belleville had doubles from Sam Urqhart, Logan Ludlum and Aiden Sparkman among their 13 hits.

Mitch Mclaughlin went seven innings for the Fever, striking out eight and walking three.  Justin Crotty came on in relieft and fanned four.  He also went 2x4 for the Fever as did Josh Pavlik and Jacob Berendes.   Justin Crotty and Mclaughlin both doubled for S/B.



Jefferson scored nine runs in the ninth then went on to beat Cambridge 17-1 Sunday.

Heath Renz had a double and a home run and finished with five rbis with a 3x6 performance.  Roby Schlesner and Derek Hoffel both drove in three runs for the Blue Devils.

Ike Roth got the win with six strong innings.  Heffel finished the final three frames.

Jared Harlan took the loss for the Blues.

Jefferson outhit the Blues 19-5.  Schlesner had a perfect day at the plate with five hits in as many trips.

June 12 HTL Wrap


Carter Schmitz went the distance in the seven inning 16-1 Dodgeville Knights win over the Argyle Beavers Sunday.  Schmitz allowed only one hit while striking out nine and walking two.

The lone Argyle hit came in the sixth by third baseman Gavin Johnson.

Dalen Rickard was 2x2 with a double for the Knights.  Leyton Bowers was 2x4 and Jack Hellmann 2x3 to pace the 12 nit attack by the Knights.


Cross Plains outhit Waunakee 13-11 enroute to a 10-2 win Sunday.

Jacob Meinholz went five innings to earn the win,  He struck out four and walked three.

Bryce Duhr drove in four runs, doubled and went 3x4 for Cross Plains.  Kenny Allen drove in three runs and went 2x3.  Josh Stumpf doubled and plated two runs as he went 2x6.  Garrett Pertzborn had a 3x5 performance.  Will Doherty also got into the hitting ack with a double and an rbi as he went 2x4.

Dane Luebke, Josh Thomasen and Adam Acjer all were 2x4 for Waunakee.

Middleton scored a run in the first and added two more in the fourth for a 3-0 win over Black Earth.

Brennen Schmitt drove in the first run with an rbi single in the first.  Jacob Ross knocked in a run in the fourth.

Schmitt was 2x4 while Ross and Hunter Bindl were 2x3.

Brady Schmitt went the distance, striking out six and walking one in a four-hit shutout for the '29'ers.

Tyler Krause was 2x3  for Black Earth and Bryce Hopwood went the distance, fanning three, walking two and giving up nine hits.


Monona scored twice in the first inning and. once in the ninth to outlast Rio 3-1.  Lund K'd 13 and Schmidt five as they combined for the win.  Jenkins went the distance for the Railmen.

Coyle was 2x5 and Carlson 2x4 to lead Monona.  Henke was 2x4 for Rio.

All four runs scored were unearned.

DeForest got into the Columbus bullpen and pulled out a 3-1 win.

Keagon Kaufman went the distance for DeForest, recording 12  strikeouts in a four hitter.  The lone Columbus run was unearned and Kaufman did not walk a batter.

Trace Kirchberg struck out 15 in seven innings  Ayden Adam and James Mobry both worked a frame for the Deacons.

Evan Kohli was 2x3 for DeForest while Mobry went 3x4 for the Crawdads.  Adam added adouble


Brock Wernieger  struck out 11 Waterloo batters in six innings and helped Utica to a 6-0 win with a bases clearing triple in the fifth.

Wernieger also homered for the winners.

Andrew Iverson worked the final three for Utica.

Waterloo had three hits including a double by Jordan Radloff.  Dane Schultz and Max Gartzke doubled for Utical

HTL Highlights June 5, 2022

Dodgeville took advantage of 13 walks to handle Richland Center 13-1 Sunday.
Winning pitcher Austin Larson was 2x5 and Grant Bossert 2x2 to lead the eight hit Knights attack.
Austin Larson went five innings, Liam Stumpf two and Jordan Larson one and held the Rockets to two
hits, both by lead off hitter Brandon Von Galen.
Shane Kisting had a walk off RBI single in the bottom of the ninth to send the Albion Tigers over the
McFarland Muskies 8-7.
Peyton Lee tripled for the host Tigers while Noah Punzel did so for the Muskies.
The Tigers had an 11-10 advantage in hits.
Charlie Hatlen went six innings for Albion and also was 2x4 with a double. Peyton Lee was on the
mound the last three innings and got the win.
Matthew Klubertanz was 2x5 and Brian Rusch 2x3 for the winners.
Jefferson beat Footville 11-2 and got a home run from Derek Hetzel. Hetzel also doubled as did Aiden
Black Earth held on to beat visiting Plain 6-5 Friday.
Jason Meixelsperger was 3x3, Will Jewell 2x5 with a double and Logan Morris 2x4 for the Athletics.
Morris and Zach Cady split the pitching duties.
B. Barsness and T. Krause both went 2x4 for the Bombers with Barsness adding a double.
Hopwood, Caminiti and Logan all saw mound action for Black Earth with Hopwood getting the win.
A week ago lefty sensation Christian Oppor was pitching for the Columbus high school nine. Sunday
he got his first Home Talent League start for Columbus and struck out six in two innings of work. He
turned the ball over to Trace Kirchberg who went the last seven, striking out 12, and the Crawdads
handled Cottage Grove 5-2.
Oppor also had a key rbi double in the eighth to break a 2-2 tie.
Jack Nelson homered for the Crawdads.
Jacob Cates was 2x4 for CG.
Jordan Gomez and Al Dimming took the mound for Cgwith Dimming the victim of the loss

Today's game moved to 3:00 p.m.

By Kasey Parent 05/29/2016, 11:30am CDT