Pinto Baseball Season Highlights
Thursday, May 27th
Channahon Tractor 8, O'Donnell Construction 8
A bit of a quiet game, Channahon Tractor would score 5 in the top of the first. Going into the bottom, Silas Eaton, pitching for Channahon Tractor struck out 3 of 6, Brody Berscheid would get a hit bringing in run for O'Donnell. The second inning would be quiet for both teams, with strike outs on each side. In the top of the third, Channahon Tractor would score 2 more, while in the bottom of the third Rilyn, on fire, would quickly put 3 batters away for a total of 6 up and 6 down in his two innings of pitching. The score now Channahon Tractor leading 7 to 1. All quiet again until the bottom of the 4th, where Owen Kauffman and Brody Berscheid would get hits with Brody bringing in Owen. Jackson Carter striking out 3 of 5. Bottom of the 5th, Owen Kauffman and Brody Berscheid would again get hits and bring in several runs. Brody would bring in the tying run.
Wednesday, May 26th
D'Arcy Motors 6, Premier Auto Detailing 6
Tuesday, May 25th
Final Stop Logistics 14, Alliance Conseling & Coaching 3
Monday, May 24th
Briscoe Financial 7, R.E Duchene 5
Saturday, May 22nd
Briscoe Financial 10, Channahon Tractor 7
D'Arcy Motors 6, Alliance Conseling & Coaching 2
Today's game was a scorcher! D'Arcy led off the game with 4 walks by Lisa Brozek, Owen Schenck, Reid Wojowski, and Garrett McCleary scoring Brozek. Dean Carey up next with a single scoring another run. Genna Brozek and Cole Bradford with walks and Luke Cioni with a HBP ending the inning maxing out the score 5-0. Reid Wojowski pitching for D'Arcy with 6 strikeouts and Alliance unable to score any runs leaving the score 5-0. It was a quiet 2nd inning for both teams. 3rd inning was quiet for D'Arcy with only 1 hit by Carey and no runs score. Mason Condon on the mound for D'Arcy with 1 strikeout and giving up 1 run with Bradford relieving giving up 0 to end the 3rd with a score of 5-1. Top of 4, L. Brozek led off with a single. Schenck walked, Wojowski HBP, Condon walked bringing in Brozek to end their at bat 6-1. Bradford back on the mound giving up 0 with 5 strikeouts total between his two innings. Score still 6-1. Top of 5, Carey with his 3rd single of the day but no runs scored. Carey on the mound only giving up 1 run from a hard hit double by Nathaniel Gonzalez. Carey finished the game with 3 strikeouts to end the game 6-2.
R.E. Duchene 8, Final Stop Logistics 6
What a hot one today! Tanner Teiber started off the game pitching for R.E. Duchene striking out the first batter he faced. The next three batters walked before Tanner could strike out the next two to end the inning with no runs scored. Braden Davisson fouled off some balls before finally walking. He stole second and scored on the rocket Mason Graczyk hit for a double to center field. River Allen was up next and he hit a fly ball to short stop and drove in a run. Alex Teiber came to the plate swinging away and singled to third base, driving in a run. Tanner Teiber hit a double to center field driving in two runs. Deacon Watson, Eddie Tylka, and Niko McKenna earned walks to end the inning 5-0. Final Stop wouldn’t earn any runs in the second as Alex Teiber went three up and three down with three strikeouts to quickly end the inning. Carl Teiber came up in the bottom of the second and grounded out to first base. Logan Cavera walked for his at bat, but while trying to steal second, he was gunned down on an amazing throw by Jackson White. The score after two innings is 5-0. Final Stop came back to earn 5 runs in the top of the third. Parker DiMayo came up to the plate with bases loaded. He hit a double scoring two runs on his hit. Kilgallon singled in the inning driving in two runs as well. Final Stop added one more run on walks tying up the game 5-5. Braden Davisson led off the inning for R.E. Duchene hitting a double to the right field line. Mason Graczyk came up and hit a single to move Davisson to third. Alex Teiber singled to short scoring a run. Tanner Teiber came in big again at his at bat, hitting a two run single. Score after 3 innings is 8-6. Mason Graczyk came in to pitch the fourth for R. E. Duchene. The first batter was hit by pitch, but Mason quickly struck out the next two he faced. Jackson White was hit by pitch and crossed home plate by another double hit by Parker DiMayo. Score was 8-6 going into the bottom of the inning. R.E. Duchene went down quietly, three up three down on great pitching by Fox. Final score 8-6.
Premier Auto Detailing 7, O'Donnell Construction 5
Premier Auto Detailing ran off with the lead late in the game in a 7-5 victory over O'Donnell Construction. Premier Auto Detailing was down 3-2 in the bottom of the fourth inning when Spencer B doubled on the first pitch of the at bat.
Premier Auto Detailing earned the victory despite allowing O'Donnell Construction to score three runs in the fourth inning.
Premier Auto Detailing opened up scoring in the first inning. Blake R singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
Blake was on the hill for Premier Auto Detailing. The pitcher allowed one hit and zero runs over two innings, striking out six and walking zero.
Blake led Premier Auto Detailing with three hits in three at bats. Premier Auto Detailing stole nine bases during the game as three players stole more than one. Blake led the way with three. Premier Auto Detailing didn't commit a single error in the field.
Friday, May 21st
Channahon Tractor 8, Briscoe Financial 3
Briscoe Financials' Henry Margesen, Ryan Stanish, Liam Paxson, Sean Stanish, and Jaden Briscoe with base hits. Leo Schwinn, for Channahon Tractor, would make a tag play on Liam to close out the first half, however, Liam's hit would drive in two runs. Not to be out done, Silas Eaton would smack a single, with two outs, and Rilyn would follow up with a monster triple bringing home Silas. Not wanting to leave Rilyn stranded, Leo Schwinn would hit a single to bring him home. Cory Lopez would also get a single. The inning would end the same way it started all tied up. The bats were quiet in the second inning for Briscoe. Channahon Tractor would again come out swinging with base hits from Jackson Carter, Wyatt Salkeld, and Tyler Falkner. David Moreno would hit a single bringing home Jackson, but Briscoe Financial would make a great play at third to get the second out making the score 3 -2, Channahon Tractor leading. In the top of the third, Rilyn Wujek would strike out 2 of 4 batters, while Silas Eaton would catch a flyball, at first, to end the inning. In the bottom of the third Jake Sluga struck out 3 of 5, but not before Leo Schwinn got a hit. In the top of the fourth, Leo Schwinn would strike out 3 of 4, with Sean Stanish hitting an RBI single to tie the game 3 - 3. In the bottom of the fourth, Rilyn Wujek would get a hit, but Jake Sluga bested his neighbor by catching catching Rilyn's ball. Channahon Tractor leads 7 - 3. Top of the fifth, David Moreno would strike out 3 of 4 batters. The weather was warm and the kids came ready to play, and a great game was had by all with the final score 8 - 3.
Thursday, May 20th
Premier Auto Detailing 5, Briscoe Financial 4
Premier Auto Detailing nabbed the lead late in the game in a 5-4 victory over Briscoe Financial on Thursday. The game was tied at four with Premier Auto Detailing batting in the top of the fifth when Mick E drew a walk, scoring one run. Premier Auto Detailing built a four-run lead in the third inning and then held off Briscoe.
Premier Auto Detailing fired up the offense in the first inning, when Nathan E singled on the first pitch of the bat, scoring one run.
Nathan pitched Premier Auto Detailing to victory. The righty allowed zero hits and zero runs over two-thirds of an inning, striking out two and walking zero.
Premier Auto Detailing totaled eight hits in the game. Carter L and Nathan all managed multiple hits for Premier Auto Detailing. Nathan and Carter each collected two hits to lead Premier Auto Detailing. Finn M made the most plays with nine. Premier Auto Detailing tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Nathan led the way with three.
Wednesday, May 19th
R.E. Duchene 14, Channahon Tractor 8
Channahon Tractor came in strong to start the game. Moreno singled to lead off followed by Eaton. Wujek came in with a hard hit triple and Schwinn with a double. Lopez, Carter, and Colont all got singles to max out the runs in the top half of the first. R.E. Duchene had a tough first inning. Mason Graczyk hit a single and stole second, but the inning ended with no runs scored. Channahon Tractor went down quickly in the second with three strike outs. R.E. Duchene put together a string of hits to put some runs on the board. Alex Teiber, Tanner Teiber, Deacon Watson, Mason Hughes, Logan Cavera, Eddie Tylka, and Waylon Buckles all singled to make the score 5-5 after two innings. River Allen came in to pitch the third inning. He struck out three batters and gave up two hits. Moreno singled and Wujek hit a double to add one run for Channahon Tractor. In the bottom of the third, Braden Davisson started off the inning getting hit by a pitch and stealing two bases. Mason Graczyk singled bringing in a run. River Allen walked for his plate appearance. Alex Teiber singled to bring in a run. Tanner Teiber singled scoring two runs on his hit. Score after three innings is 9-6. Braden Davisson came in to pitch the fourth inning. He walked Lopez and Gavin Carroll doubled to bring in a run. Channahon Tractor scored one more run on a walk before Mason Graczyk came into pitch. Mason was throwing fire and struck out the first two batters he saw. Moreno hit a pop up to first base, where River Allen made a stellar catch to end the inning. Score 9-8. Niko McKenna, Eddie Tylka, and Waylon Buckles all walked to start the bottom half of the fourth for R.E. Duchene. Braden Davisson came up to the plate and hit a fly ball to center field to bring in a run. Mason Graczyk followed with a nice hit and driving in two runs. River Allen came up to the plate and singled. Alex Teiber continued his hot hitting and singled bringing in a run. Tanner Teiber walked followed by Deacon Watson walking in a run ending the game. Final score 14-8.
Tuesday, May 18th
Alliance Consoling & Coaching 9, O'Donnell Construction 9
Sunday, May 16th
Briscoe Financial 8, O'Donnell Construction 4
Final Stop Logistics 14, Premier Auto Detailing 8
R.E. Duchene 15, D'Arcy Motors 4
Lots to celebrate for the R.E. Duchene team today!! Braden Davisson, Mason Graczyk, Alex Teiber, Tanner Teiber, and Deacon Watson singled in the first to earn 3 runs in the top half of the inning. Brozek, Wojowski, Condon, Bradford, and Dagon hit for singles earning 3 runs for D'Arcy to tie it up 3-3 after the first. R.E. Duchene scored 5 runs in the top of the second. Mason Hughes started off the inning with his first hit of the season! Logan Cavera, Waylon Buckles, Mason Graczyk, Alex Teiber, Tanner Teiber, and Deacon Watson all got singles. Brozek got a single in the second for D'Arcy, but didn't make it home. Alex Teiber caught a fly ball at third base to end the inning. Score was 8-3 after two innings. Niko McKenna hit a single, his first kid pitch hit, in the third for R.E. Duchene. Tanner Teiber came in to pitch the third for R.E. Duchene giving up three walks, striking out three, and giving up zero runs. R. E. Duchene scored 4 runs in the fourth. Logan Cavera walked for his at bat, Braden Davisson was hit by pitch. Mason Graczyk, Alex Teiber, and Tanner Teiber hit for singles. Waylon Buckles came in to pitch the fourth, his first outing of the season. He struck out two batters and walked one for a great performance. Mason Hughes made a terrific catch at second base to end the inning. R.E. Duchene scored 3 in the fifth. Waylon Buckles singled for an RBI. Mason Graczyk singled again, making him 4 for 4 at the plate with 3 RBIs for the game. Alex Teiber came to the plate again for his fourth hit of the game and second RBI. Deacon Watson came in to pitch the bottom of the inning. He struck out three and gave up one run to end the game at a score of 15-4.
Channahon Tractor 12, Alliance Counseling and Coaching 7
It was a gorgeous day for baseball and David Moreno certainly thought so as well, fouling the first pitch of the game and hammering the second for a base hit. Silas Eaton, capitalizing on the hit by David, smacked a ball into the outfield for a one run double. Rilyn would follow crushing a ball into right center for a triple and bringing Silas home. Leo Schwinn would continue the tradition by hitting a single and showing off his speed in a race for first base. Jackson Carter would then hit a ball, making it on base and only to be brought home by Gavin Carroll's double. With determination in their eyes, Nathan and Gunner Latarewicz would get hits, followed by a double by Zac Rogers bringing home two. P.J. Janssen and Bryce Baker would also get hits before the inning ended with Channahon Tractor leading 5 - 2. In the top of the second, Channahon Tractor's Richard Colant and Wyatt Salkeld would get singles, but at the end of the second the score would be remain the same. In the top of the third Gunner Latarewicz would take the mound striking out two runners with his blistering heat. Silas Eaton would hit a single, stealing his way around to third where Rilyn Wujek would bring him in. Rilyn, doing the same, would be brought in by Leo Schwinn, who would use his lightning quick speed so that Corey Lopez, getting his first kid pitch hit, could bring him in on a sacrifice hit. Gavin would also hit a single, making the score 8 - 2 going into the bottom of the third. Rilyn Wujek, at the mound for Channahon Tractor, would strike out 3 of 6. In the top of the fourth, Gunner Latarewicz would make an unassisted double play when he caught Silas Eaton's fly ball right to first base and tagged the runner already at first. In the bottom of the fourth, Gavin Carroll would strike out 3 of 4. In the top of the fifth, Richard Colant would also get his first kid pitch hit on a sacrifice fly bringing home Jackson Carter in the process to make the score 12 - 2 going into the bottom of the fifth inning. Silas Eaton would start on the mound for Channahon Tractor, striking out 1 of 4. Nathan and P.J. Janssen would hit singles off from Silas, after which Channahon Tractor's Tyler Falkner made his pitching debut ending the game 12 - 7.
Thursday, May 13th
D'Arcy Motors 9, Channahon Tractor 4
D'Arcy started the inning with Lisa Brozek, Owen Schenck, and Reid Wojowski all with singles. Dean Carey next up with a single bringing in Brozek to make the score 1-0 at the end. Channahon Tractor came back swinging with 4 singles bringing in 2 runs to end the inning 2-1. 2nd inning was a quiet one for both teams. Score still 2-1 with Channahon Tractor in the lead. D'Arcy unable to score off Wujek in the 3rd. Wojowski on the mound next striking out 3 and only giving up 1 making the score 3-1. Wojowski led off with a single followed by 3 walks from Condon, Cole Bradford, and Garrett McCleary bringing in Wojowski. Ryan Dagon up next with a hard hit single to bring in Condon and Bradford to put D'Arcy ahead 4-3. Channahon Tractor walked in 2 more runs to end their at bat 6-3. Mason Condon on the mound for D'Arcy striking out 3 and only giving up 1 run with D'Arcy in the lead 6-4. Top of 5, L. Brozek, Schenck, Wojowski, (1RBI) and Condon (1RBI) all with singles. Carey walked and Bradford was hit by a pitch to bring in another run for D'Arcy to make the score 9-4. Carey on the mound recording a strike out. Next at bat was a single but Wojowski with great instincts chased down the runner from 1st to 2nd and applied the tag for an out. Carey finished the game with another strike out keeping the score 9-4.
Wednesday, May 12th
Premier Auto Detailing 11, Alliance Conseling & Coaching 4
Tuesday, May 11th
Final Stop Logistics 13, Briscoe Financial 3
Monday, May 10th
R.E. Duchene 17, O'Donnell Construction 6
O'Donnell started off the game with a double by Scheidt. He was later tagged out on a play at third base by Mason Graczyk. Robles hit a single to third, but was left stranded. R.E. Duchene came out swinging driving in two runs on five hits by Braden Davisson, Mason Graczyk, River Allen, Alex Teiber, and Deacon Watson. O'Donnell construction scored two in the 2nd. Knowles and Weaver had doubles and Volk had a nicely hit single. R.E. Duchene came back with their bats again in the second. Eddie Tylka, Tanner Teiber, Braden Davisson, and Mason Graczyk singled. Waylon Buckles had a hard hit triple to right field. Score after 2 innings is 7-2. River Allen came in to pitch for R.E. Duchene striking out three and giving up a hit, a double for Owen Kauffman. R.E. Duchene scored 5 runs in the third. Niko McKenna had an RBI single and Mason Graczyk had a bases clearing double to end the inning. Score after 3 was 12-2. Braden Davisson had a rough go on the mound, loading the bases for Ryker Nodine who hit a three run triple. Davisson let up another run before striking out his third batter to end the inning. The bottom half of the inning, pitching was tough for O'Donnell Construction, walking in 5 runs to end the game. Final score 17-6.
Saturday, May 8th
Alliance Consoling & Coaching 10, Briscoe Financial 8
R.E. Duchene 9, Premier Auto Detailing 8
This one came down to the wire! Tanner Teiber, Braden Davisson, Mason Graczyk, and Alex Teiber all singled in the first inning to bring in 3 runs for R.E. Duchene. Eich singled to right field and Cole Parker singled to third base bringing in 1 for Premier Auto Detailing. Score 3-1 after 1 inning. Eddie Tylka, for R.E. Duchene, singled in the top of second but was left stranded on third base. In the bottom of the second, Blake Richardson hit a hard single to third base. He scored on a single from Lieberman bringing the score 3-2 after 2 innings. In the top of the third, Mason Graczyk walked during his at bat and scored on a nicely hit single by Alex Teiber. Mason Graczyk came in to pitch the bottom half of the inning and quickly struck out three. Score after 3 innings was 4-2. R.E. Duchene brought in 5 runs in the fourth inning. Alex Teiber came in big with two RBIs on another stellar single. Teiber came in to pitch the bottom half of the inning, giving up 3 runs and striking out 3. Score 9-5 after 4 innings. R.E. Duchene went down quiet in the 5th. Premier Auto made the game interesting with a slew of singles in the bottom half of the 5th. Toepke, Brown, Eich, and Larsen all singled in the inning, making the score 9-8. With bases loaded, and 1 out it came down to one exciting play. River Allen was on the mound and a towering fly ball was hit back to him. He made an incredible catch and realized the runners advanced bases without tagging up. He threw the ball to first base for a double play to end the game. Final score 9-8.
Notable: Alex Teiber 3 for 3 with 4 steals and 4 RBIs.
D'Arcy Motors 12, O'Donnell Construction 2
Another sunny day at the Channahon Pinto Field. O'Donnell started the game scoring 2 in the top of the 1st. D'Arcy up next with Owen Schenck doubling to right center. Reid Wojowski added a single with Mason Condon singling driving in both Schenck and Wojowski. Dean Carey and Garrett McCleary added singles with McCleary driving in Condon to end the inning 3-2. Quiet 2nd for both teams. Condon started on the mound in the 3rd throwing only 12 pitches and a scoreless inning. Wojowski, Condon, Carey, Bradford, and McCleary all walked adding 2 to the score making it 5-2. Wojowski next up on the mound also throwing only 12 pitches with another scoreless inning. Bottom of 4, Genna Brozek singles, Luke Cioni walks, and Lisa Brozek with another single to load the bases. Wojowski, Condon, Bradford, and McCleary all with walks scoring 4 more for D'Arcy making it 9-2. Carey on the mound in the 5th giving up 0 runs. Cioni and L. Brozek started off the bottom of the 5th with walks. Schenck with another double bringing in Cioni. Wojowski, Condon, and Carey with walks bringing in 2 more runs to end the game with a score of 12-2.
Channahon Tractor 8, Final Stop Logistics 8
In the top of the first, Channahon Tractor's Leo Schwinn hit a ball to first, but was unable to beat the first basemen to the base. Going into the bottom of the first, Nash Longest opened with a line drive, fielded by Rilyn Wujek, and thrown to David Moreno at first for the first out. Beckett Fox and Jaxson White would hit back to back single. Parker DiMayo would then smash a fly ball just behind third base, in foul territory, that was caught by Rilyn Wujek. Determined to get some runs, Adam Kilgallon, Levi West, and Rory Whitgrove, for Final Stop Logistics, would recover hitting singles for a score of 2-0, Final Stop's favor. Going into the top of the second, Silas smacked a ball into the outfield for a double with Rilyn following with another double bringing Silas in for a score of 2-1. Maxyn Williams, Nash Longest, Beckett Fox, Jaxson White, and Parker DiMayo continued their hitting streak, hitting singles and bringing in 2 additional runs for a score of 4-1, in the bottom of the second. Top of the third, Beckett Fox on the mound for Final Stop Logistics, Jackson Carter would hit a pop fly that was caught and thrown to second base for a double play. Beckett Fox would strike out 1 in that inning. Going into the bottom of the third Rilyn Wujek would take the mound for Channahon Tractor, striking out 3 of 4 batters keeping the score at 4-1, Final Stop's favor. In the top of the fourth, Leo Schwinn and David Moreno would get hits bringing the score to 6-4, Channahon Tractor now in the lead. But Parker DiMayo had other ideas and would smash a 3 RBI triple to take back the lead 7-6 for Final Stop Logistics, in the bottom of the fourth. In the top of the fifth Silas would hit an RBI single to tie the game. Channahon Tractor would end the inning ahead 8-7. But not before Nash Longest would strike out 1 of 5, and Parker DiMayo would strike out 2 of 3. Now getting dark, and the pressure mounting, Silas Eaton would take the mound for Channahon Tractor. Levi West would get a single, followed by Silas striking the next two batters and Jaxson Cappellini would hit his first single, off of kid pitch, brining home Levi West to tie the score 8-8. Silas would end the inning striking out 3 of 6 batters. It was a fantastic game, with great plays by both teams and definitely a nail bitter.
Thursday, May 6th
Final Stop Logistics 4, O'Donnell Construction 3
Wednesday, May 5th
D'Arcy Motors 15, Briscoe Financial 3
D'Arcy started off the game with bats on fire. Lisa Brozek singled, Owen Schenck with a double, and Reid Wojowski with a double bringing in 2. Mason Condon was up next with a single up the middle bringing in Wojowski. Dean Carey, Garrett McCleary, and Ryan Dagon all with singles with Dagon bringing in Condon to make the score 4-0. Briscoe came back with a couple of greats hits and scoring 2. Cole Bradford started off the 2nd with a single. Bradford stole 2 bases to set up Owen Schenck for an RBI to end the inning with a score of 5-2. Quiet inning for Briscoe with only 1 hit and no runs scored. Condon was lead off in the 3rd with a walk, Dagon got his first kid pitch hit to bring in Condon for a run and finished the inning 6-2. Bottom of the 3rd, Cole Bradford on the mound with 1 walk, 2 hits, 3 strike outs and only 1 run given up making the score 6-3 after 3. 4th inning was another big one for D'Arcy. Jacob Campbell and Luke Cioni were both patient at the plate and both earned walks. Bradford with a big double bringing in Campbell and Cioni. 2 more walks by L. Brozek and Schenck. Wojowski singled bringing in Brozek , Condon and McCleary both waiting for their pitch ended up getting walked bringing in Brozek making the score 10-3. Wojowski dominated on the mound in the 4th and went lights out. 3 up, 3 down. 5th inning started slow with 3 walks in a row for Genna Brozek, Campbell, and Cioni. L. Brozek with a walk bringing in her sister. Schenck up next with a walk, Wojowski hit into a fielders choice with the 3rd basemen making a nice play but not without bringing in Campbell. Condon walked, bringing up Dean Carey with bases loaded. Carey hit it to the left side with a clutch base hit bringing in a run making the score 15-3. Carey was up next to pitch with another lights out inning ending the game due to time after 5.
Tuesday, May 4th
R.E. Duchene 9, Alliance Counseling 8
This was a fun one for the players on R.E. Duchene. They had two players who got their first hits AND first RBIs of their career. Alliance Counseling scored one during the first inning with a single from Nathaniel who ended up on third after two base steals. He scored off a single by PJ. R.E. Duchene answered back with one run in the bottom of the first. Braden Davisson, River Allen, and Alex Teiber got singles that inning. Bryce, Liam, and Gabriel hit for singles in the second adding two runs for Alliance Counseling. Again, R.E. Duchene answered back with two runs. Logan Cavera and Niko McKenna both got their first career hits. Tanner Teiber doubled to left field bringing in two runs to even the score 3-3 after 2 innings. River Allen struck out three in the third to quiet down Alliance’a bats. R.E. Duchene added 5 runs in the third inning by walks and a well hit single by Alex Teiber. Score was 8-3 after 3 innings. R.E. Duchene had trouble finding the strike zone allowing Alliance to add 5 runs that inning. Score was 8-8 going into the bottom of the 4th. Alliance ended up striking out three but not before they walked in a run to end the game 9-8.
Monday, May 3rd
Channahon Tractor 8, Premier Auto Detailing 5
Blake Richardson opened the inning for Premier Auto smashing a well-fielded ball into the outfield for a triple. He would be followed by hits from Joseph Sysnowski, Finn Moran, Cole Parker, Hunter Hammerstein, Nick Egan, and Nate Eich to bring the score to 5-0. Not wanting to be outdone, Channahon Tractor's Jack Carter, Leo Schwinn, David Moreno, Silas Eaton, Rilyn Wujek, Evan Hearns, and Gavin Carroll hit consecutive singles to tie it up 5-5 with no outs. Going into the top of the second, Premier Auto would again come out swinging with Spencer Brown getting a hit, but was unable to bring in any additional runs. Leo Schwinn, playing first base, would take an impressive dive on a foul ball. It was a near miss and had the entire crowd on its feet. Going into the bottom of the second, and not to be out done, Corey Lopez would also open with a single for Channahon Tractor. Neither team was able to add any runs leaving the score tied at 5. Rilyn Wujek came to the mound, in the top of the third for Channahon Tractor, striking out 3 of 4 batters. In the bottom of the third, Channahon Tractor's Jack Carter hammered a double bringing Tyler Falkner home to take the lead 6 - 5. Cole Parker would recover, though, striking out the next 3 batters. Going into the top of the fourth, Gavin Carroll took the mound for Channahon Tractor, striking out 3 of 5 batters and keeping Premier Auto from scoring. Moving into the bottom of the 4th, Luke Lieberman would strike out 3 batters but not before Channahon Tractor scored 2 additional runs for a score 8 - 5. The rain would start in the top of the 5th inning as Silas Eaton took the mound. Blake Richardson would open by clobbering a ball up the middle for a single on a 2-strike count. Unphased by Blake's hit, Silas would strike out the heart of Premier Auto's lineup with no runs and going 3 of 4. The rain continued to pour in the bottom of the fifth as Leo Schwinn hit a ball up the middle for Channahon Tractor. Shortly after, the Umpires would call the game due to lightning and Channahon Tractor was unable to finish the inning. Overall, it was a great game, with lots of close plays, and nail biting moments between the two teams. Even with the rain out, it was definitely a fun game for both players and spectators.
Saturday, May 1st
Premier Auto Detailing 8, D'Arcy Motors 5
Final Stop Logistics 7, Alliance Conseling & Coaching 6
R.E. Duchene 4, Briscoe Financial 3
The game started off warm and very windy making the first inning tough on both teams. Both sides had a rough go offensively tonight. Fitzgerald singled in the first for Briscoe and Sluga singled in the second. Graczyk and Alex Teiber both had hard hit balls destined to end in left field, but Sluga made two amazing catches back to back to end the inning. The score after 2 was 0-0. R.E. Duchene started off the third with back to back singles with borrowed players Longest and White. Tanner Teiber and Braden Davisson both got RBI singles to make it 2-0 in the top of the third. Briscoe Financial answered back with 1 run in the bottom of the third making the score 2-1. R.E. Duchene added one run in the 4th. Briscoe Financial put two on the board in the bottom of the 4th to tie the game at 3-3. In the final inning, Mason Graczyk singled home the go ahead run. He came back in the bottom half of the inning to strike out the side and close out the game.
O'Donnell Construction 15, Channahon Tractor 8
Both teams played well and had great sportsmanship. The tale of the game was a ton of hitting by O’Donnell. O’Donnell had 15 hits and 3 hits by Kaspian Knowles. The big hit came from Brody Berschied who came up with a RBI single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 4th. Tractor saw very good pitching from Silas Eaton and were led in hitting by Leo Schwinn with 3 hits. Great job boys!!
Thursday, April 29th
Final Stop Logistics 6, R.E. Duchene 3
Tuesday, April 27th
Alliance Consoling & Coaching 12, D'Arcy Motors 11
For Alliance Consoling & Coaching, all players were hitting excellent, with Gunner almost hitting the cycle with a homerun, triple and double. Zac hitting a triple and single, and Declan with 3 hits and a few RBIs. For D'Arcy Motors, hitting was also the story with all players batting great along with excellent pitching.
Monday, April 26th
O'Donnell Construction 8, Premiere Auto Detailing 6
Another great game played by both teams. O’Donnell got out to a big lead and was able to hold off a huge come back by Premiere. Eich and Parker lead Premiere with 2 hits each. O’Donnell had 3 hits by Jaxson Robles and 2 hits by Owen Scheidt, Owen Kauffman, Brody Berscheid, and Kaspian Knowles. One of our 6-year olds Jaxson Mejia got his first hit of the year!!! Way to go Jaxson!!!!
Sunday, April 25th
Briscoe Financial 8, O'Donnell Construction 6
Saturday, April 24th
Final Stop Logistics 7, Briscoe Financial 4
Alliance Counseling & Coaching 15, Premier Auto Detailing 5
R.E. Duchene 7, O'Donnell Construction 4
O'Donnell started off the game in the top of the first with three runs on singles from Robles, Kauffman, Berschad, Knowles, and Weaver. R.E. Duchene answered back with 2 runs in the bottom of the 1st with a double from Braden Davisson, single from River Allen, double from Alex Teiber, and single from Deacon Watson. The second inning both teams went three up and three down. Deacon Watson made a terrific catch at second base for an out in the third. O'Donnell stranded two in the third and R.E. Duchene went down quiet. Score is 3-2 after three innings. River Allen came into pitch the 4th inning, giving up a single and striking out two. Braden Davisson made a stellar defensive play on a ball hit into no mans land, between the pitchers mound and first base, beating the runner to the bag to end the inning. R.E. Duchene added 4 runs in the bottom of the 4th by being patient at the plate without a hit. Score was 6-3 after 4 innings. Mason Graczyk came in throwing hard in the 5th, striking out two before Deacon Watson came in to finish the inning. He faced two batters before ending the inning with 1 run scored. Score 6-4. Waylon Buckles and Braden Davisson walked in the top of the fifth. River Allen came up to the plate to get an RBI single to make the final score 7-4.
Notables: Mason Hughes, Eddie Tylka, and Carl Teiber all showed excellent patience at the plate. Each earning walks and their first RBI's of the year.
D'Arcy Motors 9, Channahon Tractor 7
What started out as a rainy Saturday at the Channahon Baseball Fields turned into a sunshine by gametime. D'Arcy started off the game with Lisa Brozek singling, Dean Carey with a double, hitting in Brozek, and Reid Wojowski with a single bringing Carey home for a score of 2-0. Next up with a hit was Owen Schenck with a monster double bringing in Wojowski making the score 3-0. Channahon Tractor came back to score 1 run to finish the inning. Garrett McCleary was first up for D'Arcy and got the bats going with a base hit. Cole Bradford drove one to center field for a double bringing McCleary home. Ryan Dagon, Jacob Campbell, L. Brozek and Carey all with singles bringing in Bradford and Dagon to make the score 6-1. Wojowski drove the ball deep into left field with a base clearing triple ending the 2nd inning 8-1. Channahon Tractor added a run in the 3rd, making the score 8-2. Wojowski started on the mound in the 4th striking 2 out and giving up 1. Wojowski and Condon both walked to start the 5th. Luke Cioni with a base hit to bring in Wojowski to give us a score of 9-3. Condon took the mound in the 5th striking out 1 and giving up 4. Bradford finished strong striking out 2 to end the game with a score of 9-7.
Thursday, April 22nd
Channahon Tractor 3, Alliance Counseling & Coaching 1
Channahon Tractor opened the inning with singles by Silas Eaton, David Moreno, Rilyn Wujek, Gavin Carroll, Richard Colant, and Leo Schwinn to bring the score to 3-0. Gunner, Zac, and Nathaniel would each get singles in the bottom of the 1st, with Gunner coming home for a score of 3-1. In the top of the second, Tyler would single along with hard grounder by Wyatt. Wyatt would be thrown out at 1st base in a nail biting race to the base. In the bottom of the second, Silas fielded Gage’s hit and tagged the base for the 2nd out while Rilyn cleaned up the inning by catching Walker’s fly ball. The top of the 3rd was fairly quiet with Silas, David, and Rilyn each getting singles, but no runs were scored. In the bottom of the third, Gunner would rocket a ball high and deep into the outfield, however, Leo Schwinn with lightning speed made a fantastic running catch for the second out! The inning would end still 3-1. The 4th & 5th inning would close with strikeouts on both sides. Gavin Carroll and Silas Eaton respectively for Channahon tractor. Silas Eaton would get a single in the top of the 5th inning but it ended there. Both teams made great plays in a hard fought battle.
Wednesday, April 21st
Premier Auto Detailing 6, Final Stop Logistics 1
Monday, April 19th
D'Arcy Motors 10, R.E. Duchene 8
R.E. Duchene started the scoring early with 2 runs in the top of the 1st. D'Arcy came back swinging with Lisa Brozek and Dean Carey both with singles. Reid Wojowski singled up the middle bringing in both Brozek and Carey. Mason Condon doubled it down the middle bringing home Wojowski. Luke Cioni, Owen Schenck, and Genna Brozek all singled to end the inning 5-2. It was a quiet 2nd inning, but R.E. Duchene added 2 runs in the top of the 3rd but in the bottom of the inning, Wojowski started it off with a single, Condon with another double, Cioni, Schenck, G. Brozek, and Cole Bradford all with base hits making the score 8-4. Condon started on the mound in the 4th with 2 strikeouts and no runs given up. Bottom of the 4th, Ryan Dagon, Carey, Wojowski, and Condon started off each with a walk with Dagon coming in for a run. Schenck singled driving in Carey to end the inning 10-4. Top of 5, Bradford started on the mound striking out 1 and giving up 4 runs. Carey came in to close out the inning bringing the score 10-8. D'Arcy went 3 up, 3 down to end the inning with the final score of 10-8.
Saturday, April 17th
Final Stop Logistics 7, D'Arcy Motors 5
Premier Auto Detailing 5, Briscoe Financial 2
R.E. Duchene 11, Channahon Tractor 3
First game of the day after opening ceremonies. R.E. Duchene got the scoring going early on with 4 runs in the bottom of the 1st. Graczyk, Allen, Alex Teiber, and Watson all got singles that inning. Tanner Teiber came in with a big double to right field earning two RBIs on his hit. Second inning came and Channahon Tractor got one run in on a home run by Wujek. Score was 4-1 after 2. Channahon Tractor scored 2 in the third from a single by Salked, double by Carter, and double by Moreno. Score 4-3. R.E. Duchene came in big during the third inning scoring 5 runs. Hits were made by Buckles, Davisson, Graczyk, Allen, and Alex Teiber. The inning ended with a bases clearing single by Deacon Watson. Score 9-3. Davisson struck out three in the 4th to have Channahon Tractor go down without adding any runs. Alex Teiber closed out the 5th with two strikeouts and a great catch on a towering infield fly ball. R.E. Duchene added two more runs in the bottom of 5th to make the final score 11-3.
b>O'Donnell Construction 6, Alliance Conseling & Coaching 5
This was a well played game. There were many stellar defensive plays. Alliance was lead by Gunner with 3 hits. O’Donnell had several players with multiple hits including: Brody Berscheid had 3 hits, Owen Scheidt, Jax Robles, and Caleb Weaver all had 2 hits. O’Donnell pitchers Jax Robles, Kaspian Knowles, and Brody Berscheid were able to hold Alliance to zero runs with 9 K’s while only facing 14 batters. Great job by both teams!