Ben Poppe struck out eight and Austin Goettl had a pair of hits to lead the Cadott Red Sox to a 4-2 win over the Jim Falls Sturgeons in a CRBL game shortened by the rain on Sunday in Cadott. Cadott 4, Jim Falls 2 Jim Falls 000 002 — 2 4 2 Cadott 100 012 — 4 7 0 WP: Ben Poppe (6 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 5 BB 8 K). LP: Dylan Waters (6 IP 7 H 4 R 4 ER 0 BB 3 K). Leading hitters — Cadott: Austin Goettl 2x3 (2B, RBI, SB). Records: Cadott 2-10, Jim Falls 2-11.
Austin Selz and Jaelin Williams combined to strike out 11 hitters to help the Eau Claire Pizza Hut Post 53 19U Legion baseball team beat Winona LeJetz 7-3 and salvage a split Sunday at the Boober Parizek Classic in La Crosse. Mitch Froehlich, Joel Zachow and Logan Rasmussen all had a pair of hits for Eau Claire, which had 11 hits in the game. Appleton plated a run in the bottom of the seventh to beat Eau Claire 4-3 in the first game of the day. Zac Stange had three hits, including a double
EXPRESS 6, HUSKIES 4 DULUTH (4) AB-R-H-RBI: Augie Isaacson, 2b/lf, 5-1-1-0; Nick Sogard, ss, 4-1-2-0; Chris Gilbody, 2b/c, 3-1-1-0; John Lagattuta, rf, 4-0-1-1; Justin Mitchell, c, 2-0-1-0; Julian Escobedo, cf/pr, 1-0-0-1; Kyle Jacobsen, cf/lf, 4-0-0-1; Tor Sehnert, dh, 5-0-1-0; Trevin Esquerra, 1b, 4-0-1-0; General McArthur, 3b, 4-1-1-0; Hayden Shenefield, p, 0-0-0-0; Tim Holdgrafer, p, 0-0-0-0; Levi Shandrew, p, 0-0-0-0; Kieran Shaw, p, 0-0-0-0. Totals 36-4-9-3. EAU CLAIRE (6) Spencer
A pair of lengthy weather delays did nothing to dampen the spirits of the Eau Claire Express on Sunday. The Express used fast starts out of both delays to defeat the Duluth Huskies 6-4 at Carson Park for their second win in the last three games. An outstanding performance from Eau Claire North grad Adam LaRock helped the Express swing the game in their favor. “The rain delays were an hour long (each), and it’s tough to get right back into the swing of things, but we got on
The Eau Claire 19-and-under Post 53 Legion team bounced back from a Friday loss to down La Crosse Post 52 10-1 on Saturday in La Crosse. Memorial grad Jack Brown, recently named the Division 1 pitcher of the year by wissports.net, hurled a complete game and stuck out four while issuing no walks and scattering five hits. Jaelin Williams was 3-for-5 at the plate in the game. 17Us stay hot The Eau Claire 17-and-under Legion team beat Farmington (Minn.) 5-1 on Saturday in the Burnsville
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — Dustin Johnson at least gets one more round to try to redeem himself in the U.S. Open. So does the USGA. The best players in the world were no match for a Shinnecock Hills course that even the USGA conceded got out of hand Saturday. Putts were rolling some 50 feet by the hole and over the green. No one from the final 22 groups could match par. Phil Mickelson intentionally broke a rule on the 13th when he trotted to his ball rolling by the cup and swatted it with his
MILWAUKEE — Zach Eflin has made all the difference for the Philadelphia Phillies against the National League’s top team. Rhys Hoskins and Andrew Knapp hit home runs and Eflin beat the Milwaukee Brewers for the second time in a week, helping the Phillies strand 15 runners in a 4-1 victory on Saturday. Philadelphia is 2-3 against NL-leading Milwaukee this season, allowing 37 runs over the three losses. Both victories have been pitched — and pitched well — by Eflin.
HUSKIES 10, EXPRESS 5 HUSKIES (10) AB-R-H-RBI: Augie Isaacson, 2b, 1-0-0-1; General McArthur, 3b/ph, 2-0-0-0; Nick Sogard, ss, 4-1-1-1; Sam Baier, 2b/3b, 4-2-3-1; Tony Monroy, 2b, 0-0-0-0; Chris Gilbody, c, 2-1-1-1; Sam Hawley, c, 2-0-0-0; John Lagattuta, dh, 3-1-1-3; Justin Mitchell, ph, 2-0-1-1; Trevin Esquerra, 1b, 3-1-0-0; Tor Sehnert, lf/ph, 2-0-0-0; Kyle Jacobsen, 4-2-3-1; Julian Escobedo, 1b/cf, 3-1-1-0; Ben McClain, 4-1-0-1. Totals 36-10-11-10. EXPRESS (5) Spencer Myers, lf, 4-1-
For most of the season to date, the Eau Claire Express offense struggled while the pitching held down the fort. On Saturday night, the roles were reversed. The Express manufactured plenty of offense, but couldn’t keep Duluth from pouring on runs early and fell to the Huskies 10-5 at Carson Park. A late rally for Eau Claire wasn’t enough to overturn an early 8-0 deficit. After Chris Gilbody laced an RBI single to put the Huskies up 1-0 in the top of the first, John Lagattuta
Eau Claire North has hired Andy Jarzynski as its next head football coach. Jarzynski, who comes over after serving as the head coach at Augusta for the past five seasons, replaces Dave Decker, who stepped down last week after coaching the Huskies the past two seasons. Jarzysnki is an Eau Claire native and graduate of Memorial High School, where he played for Pat McGinnis and Tal Tischer. Prior to coaching at Augusta, Jarzynski spent 18 years as an assistant coach at Memorial