Crow River Review Crow River Review 6/9/16

CrowRiver Review Volume 16, Number 4 � June 9 2016 www.CRVLbaseball.com Scores Standings Tuesday, June 7 Plato 11, Cologne 0 (7 inn) through Tues., June 7 (Standings include Norwood forfeits) Sunday, June 5 Winsted 4, Watertown 0 Hamburg 10, Brownton 9 (10 inn.) Carver 11, Cologne 1 (7 inn.) Green Isle 14, New Germany 6 St. Boni 16, Mayer 6 (8 inn.) WEST DIVISION Green Isle............................... 8-0 Plato ........................................ 8-1 Glencoe .................................. 4-3 Brownton............................... 4-4 Hamburg ............................... 4-5 ... 0.5 3.5 4 4.5 Saturday, June 4 Green Isle 2, Carver 0 CENTRAL DIVISION Waconia ................................. 7-0 Carver ..................................... 5-5 Cologne ................................. 2-4 Young America .................... 2-4 ... 3.5 4.5 4.5 NORTH DIVISION Winsted .................................. 3-2 New Germany ...................... 4-3 Watertown ............................ 5-4 Mayer ...................................... 2-5 St. Boni ................................... 2-6 ... ... ... 2 2.5 Friday, June 3 Cologne at Waconia, ppd. Mayer at Winsted, ppd. to Wed. June 8 Thursday, June 2 Hamburg 8, New Germany 0 Wednesday, June 1 Green Isle 19, Mayer 3 Glencoe 3, Watertown 0 Young America 4, Carver 2 REGION 7C STANDINGS Schedule Wednesday, June 8 Green Isle at Brownton Mayer at Winsted (from June 3) Thursday, June 9 St. Boni at Glencoe Waconia at Watertown Saturday, June 11 Cologne at New Germany; 3 pm Sunday, June 12 Young America at Cologne; 6 pm • KGLB Glencoe at Hamburg New Germany at Plato; 4 pm Tuesday, June 14 Waconia at Winsted Wednesday, June 15 Glencoe at Cologne Thursday, June 16 Hamburg at Young America Friday, June 17 Winsted at Green Isle Saturday, June 18 Carver at St. Boni Waconia at Mayer Sunday, June 19 Mayer at New Germany; 3 p.m. Winsted at St. Boni Waconia at Young America Brownton at Carver Andrew Leonhardt pitches for the Hamburg Hawks in a game ealier this season. PHOTO BY MATT KANE The Roundup Glencoe 3, Watertown 0 Wed., June 1 It was scoreless through six innings as Watertown’s Justin Kohls and Glencoe’s Cole Petersen kept mowing down opposing hitters. The Brewers finally tallied one in the seventh and two more insurance runs in the eighth for the win, while Petersen kept the shutout intact. Both pitchers went the distance and each gave up only four hits. Glencoe’s hits were by Mason Goettl (who had two RBIs), Tanner Grack, Jaime Paumen, and Brandon Ebert. For Watertown, Patrick Tschida and Bryce Walt had two apiece, one of Tschida’s being a double. Green Isle 19, Mayer 3 Wed., June 1 The Irish struck for six runs in each of the first two innings on the way to 19-3 decision. Josh Anthony was a perfect 3-for-3 plus two walks while Ben Alexander, Aaron Bigaouette, Josh Kraby, Bjorn Hansen, and Ryan Evanson all had two hits apiece for Green Isle. Alexander and Evanon each knocked in four runs. Zach Herad, Anthony, and Alexander each scored three times. David Cushing went the first four innings on the mound for the win, relieved by Josh Schmidt and Alex Twenge. Mayer managed three hits – one each by Dylan Malberg, Jordan Berrios, and Adam Parker. Young America 4, Carver 2 Wed., June 1 Isaac Hormann homered in the first inning to set the stage as the Cardinals went on to top Carver 4-2. Young America added another run in the first, plus single runs in the second (a Logan Harms homer) and third. Meanwhile, Hormann pitched six strong innings and Tanner Kohls picked up the save in the final three. Hormann and Roch Whittaker each were 2-for-4 at the plate for YA. David Dolan had the only multi-hit game for Carver, also going 2-for-4 with a double. He and Dustin Brockoff had the RBIs for the Black Sox. Andrew Weber went the distance for Carver, allowing only two earned runs on eight hits with five strikeouts. Hamburg 8, New Germany 0 Thurs., June 2 Darran Greene made his return to the Hawks in a 4-0 win over the visiting Dutchmen. Greene went four innings, giving up zero runs while striking out two. The Hawks had the extra base hit working as they collected three doubles in the win. Scott Arganbright, Clint Aretz, and David McCoy each had a double for the Hawks in the win. Arganbright and Aretz each drove in two runs as well. For the Dutchmen, Taylor Trick led the (Final standings will be used for Region tournament seeding; tiebreakers will be applied at that time and are not accounted for in this listing.) Green Isle............................... 8-0 Waconia ................................. 7-0 Plato ........................................ 8-1 Winsted .................................. 3-2 Glencoe .................................. 4-3 New Germany ...................... 4-3 Watertown ............................ 5-4 Carver ..................................... 5-5 Brownton............................... 4-4 Hamburg ............................... 4-5 Cologne ................................. 2-4 Young America .................... 2-4 Mayer ...................................... 2-5 St. Boni ................................... 2-6 ... 0.5 0.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 4 4 4.5 5 5 5.5 6 way. Trick had two of the four hits for the Dutchmen in the loss. Greeen Isle 2, Carver 0 Sat., June 4 Alex Twenge’s 16 strikeouts led the Irish to a 2-0 win over the Black Sox in a pitchers’ duel. Twenge allowed just two hits to go with his 16 strikeouts in a complete game shutout. 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