Bloomer, Tilden split DH
Bloomer and Tilden split a Chippewa River Baseball League doubleheader on Sunday, with the Woodticks taking Game 1 6-4 before the Tigers captured Game 2 12-5.
Curtis Dachel struck out 10 in a complete game to earn the win in Game 1. Cole Zwiefelhofer struck out 11 and Nolan Baier had three hits to pace Tilden in Game 2.
—The Eau Claire Rivermen and Whitehall Wolves split their doubleheader on Sunday. Eau Claire won the first game 5-3 and Whitehall responded with an 8-0 win. Tyler Gray fanned nine on the mound for the Rivermen to win Game 1, while Scott Hovell struck out 10 in a complete game shutout for the Wolves in Game 2.
—Jim Falls swept Cadott 9-6 and 7-3 behind a big day from Ryan Krumenauer. He had five hits and two RBIs on the day. Jake Eslinger and Bob Mauer both homered in Game 1.
Legion goes 1-3 at tourney
The Eau Claire Pizza Hut Post 53 19U Legion baseball team went 1-3 in tournament play at Plover over the weekend. The Pizzas beat Sheboygan 6-2 on Friday after falling to Superior 7-6. They lost to Holmen 11-2 and Manitowoc 7-2 on Saturday.
Dylan O’Connell homered and hit a double across Friday’s two games. Jonah Hanson had two hits in the games against Sheboygan and Holmen.
Regionals begin this week, with Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls and Hudson traveling to Superior for a double-elimination tournament.
North wins 2 All-Star Games
The North squads emerged victorious in both the Large School and Small School games at the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Classic over the weekend in Oshkosh.
Locals made a big impact in the North’s 17-14 win in the Small School game, with Regis’ Aaron Haselwander making a 26-yard field goal. Cumberland’s DaShaun Ames had a pair of catches for nine yards, and Mondovi’s Tanner Marsh added a 10-yard reception. Defensively, Spring Valley’s Brayden Wolf made three tackles and Haselwander, Elk Mound’s Nate Lew and Stanley-Boyd’s Bo Chwala wrapped up two each.
The North also won the Large game 7-0.
In the eight-player game, the South defeated the North 35-16. Alma Center Lincoln’s Jack Anderson threw for 120 yards and ran for 38 more. McDonell’s Tanner Opsal ran for 23 yards.
From staff reports