Stadlman homers, earns win for ParkstonPARKSTON — Dillon Stadlman was the winning pitcher and he also hit a home run in Parkston’s 14-1 win over Menno in the VFW 15-16 Region 4A tournament Thursday.
By: Sports Staff, The Daily Republic
PARKSTON — Dillon Stadlman was the winning pitcher and he also hit a home run in Parkston’s 14-1 win over Menno in the VFW 15-16 Region 4A tournament Thursday.
Stadlman threw four innings, struck out one and didn’t allow an earned run. Jake Weber had five strikeouts in three innings of relief.
Ty Kinneberg had two hits with a triple, Brady Reiff had two doubles and a single and Zach Scott had a single and a double.
Menno’s Brody Briele threw four innings and allowed nine runs in the loss. Derrik Lehr, Dylan Lehr and Caleb Preszler each had a hit for Menno, which plays Chamberlain at noon today in Parkston.
Parkston plays Winner at 5 p.m. today in a game to get into the region championship.
Winner 6, Salem/Montrose/Canova 5
PARKSTON — Patrick Aeschbacher had three strikeouts and allowed three runs in Winner’s 6-5 win over Salem/Montrose/Canova Thursday.
Adam Farner had two hits and Dalton Leiferman had two hits and two RBIs for Winner. Leiferman also pitched three innings.
Salem/Montrose/Canova’s Cole Cheese threw one inning and allowed four runs in the loss. Bryce Roth had two hits and Tim Gassman had one.
Anthony Tuschen pitched six innings and allowed two runs.
Salem/Montrose/Canova plays Bon Homme at 10 a.m. today.
Chamberlain 18, Miller 3
PARKSTON — Jacob Byre had three hits at the plate and picked up the win on the mound as Chamberlain eliminated Miller 18-3 Thursday.
Byre had a double and pitched three innings, allowing one run.
Chris Schwartz had a double and a triple for Chamberlain and Teigen Priebe had two hits.
Miller’s Cole Oakley and Devon Gnat each had a hit.
Oakley took the loss on the mound, allowing seven runs in one inning of work. Gnat allowed five runs in three innings.
Bon Homme 5, Wagner 3
PARKSTON — Bon Homme defeated Wagner 5-3 Thursday in an elimination game.
Scott Weisler had 10 strikeouts in a complete-game effort for Bon Homme.
Hunter Young had three hits and Austin Kaul had two doubles and three RBIs.
Wagner’s Brian Bruger took the loss on the mound and added a double and an RBI at the plate.
Derek Soukup had three hits with an RBI.
Parkston 8, Bon Homme 2
PARKSTON — Parkston’s Ty Kinneberg had four hits with a double and a triple in an 8-2 first-round win over Bon Homme Thursday.
The game started Wednesday night, but carried over to Thursday morning because of rain.
Brady Reiff had two doubles, Lane Konrad had two hits and Dillon Stadlmann had two hits with a triple.
Spencer Lucas threw three innings with four strikeouts and Zach Scott threw four innings and picked up the win.
Bon Homme’s Austin Kaul took the loss, throwing four innings.
Brendon Bares and Jordan Hejna each had one hit.
Salem/Montrose/Canova 15, Chamberlain 1
PARKSTON — Tim Gassman had three hits including a triple and picked up the win on the mound in Salem/Montrose/Canova’s 15-1 first-round win over Chamberlain Wednesday.
Gassman had nine strikeouts in the victory.
Marshall Miller had three hits with a double and Anthony Tuschen had a triple.
For Chamberlain, Hudson Priebe took the loss on the mound, throwing four innings and striking out three.
Teigen Priebe and Davis Carson each had a double.
Menno 7, Wagner 0
PARKSTON — Josh Roth had six strikeouts and pitched all seven innings in Menno’s 7-0 win over Wagner Wednesday in a first-round game.
Dylan Lehr had two hits with a double and two RBIs in the win.
For Wagner, Derek Soukup took the loss, throwing four innings.
Drue Soukup and David Kocer each had a hit.
Winner 9, Miller 0
PARKSTON — Adam Farner had two hits, one RBI and picked up the win on the mound in Winner’s 9-0 victory over Miller Wednesday in a first-round game.
Farner struck out three on the mound in four innings. Landon Engel had five strikeouts in three innings, while Sam Naasz had two hits and an RBI.
For Miller, Cole Oakley had a double and Zach Price had a hit.
Colton Determan took the loss, throwing five innings.