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HS Baseball Report by Alan Brake

April 22, 2014
Montgomery County High School



WILDCATS’ BASEBALL TEAM STARTS 2014 SEASON

WITH 1 WIN & 3 LOSSES IN 4 RIVERS TOURNAMENT

 

Note From Alan Brake:  While I was away on a trip & then in the next couple of weeks of trying to “recover” from being away, the Wildcats played 11 ballgames.  I plan to write a report about all of these games, breaking them into the following 3 segments:  1) Four Rivers’ Tournament; 2) Montgomery County R-2 Tournament; and 3) 4 East Missouri Conference games.  The Standard staff will determine how and when these segments will be published.

 

The Montgomery County R-2 Wildcats’ Baseball team started the 2014 season with 4 games in the Four Rivers’ Tournament the last full week of March.  On March 21 they started the season with an away game and lost 12-2 to Pacific.  On March 26 they hosted and defeated New Haven 17-4.  Then on March 29 they played 2 games at Rolla, losing 2-0to St. Clair, and 14-0 to Wright City. 

 

PACIFIC GAME

 

The Wildcats took the early lead in this game, as they scored a run in the top of the first inning.  They started the inning with a walk to Josh Thurman, a sacrifice bunt to Brian Davis, a walk to Evan Milner, and a walk to Cameron Parrish to the load the bases.  Thurman was able to score, on a groundball by Chase Worsham, in which Pacific was able to force out Parrish at second base but did not complete the double play at first base.

 

Unfortunately, that was the last time the Wildcats would have the lead, as Pacific scored 4 runs in bottom of the second inning on 2 hits and 4 walks to lead 4-1.  The Wildcats did score a run in the top of the third inning, when they loaded bases again with Davis getting hit by a pitch, and walks to Milner and Worsham.  Davis scored on a sacrifice fly ball by Jackson Bishop to make the score 4-2.

 

Pacific came back in the bottom of the fourth inning with 6 runs, on 2 hits, 2 walks, a hit batter, and 2 Wildcat errors to make the score 10-2.  The Wildcats loaded the bases again in the top of the fifth inning, but were unable to score.  Pacific then scored 2 runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, on 3 hits and 2 walks, to make the score 12-2.  The game ended at that point because of the “mercy rule” (10-run lead after 4½ innings of play).

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 1 run scored; Davis 1 run scored; Milner 1 hit; Worsham 1 hit and 1 run batted in/RBI; and Bishop 1 RBI.

 

Bishop was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and took the loss.  Parrish and Davis also pitched in this game.

 

NEW HAVEN GAME

 

The Wildcats rebounded from that loss with a 17-4 win over New Haven, in a home game on March 26.  They wasted no time in taking the lead, scoring 7 runs in the bottom of the first inning and never looking back.

 

The Wildcats once again loaded the bases with walks to Thurman and Milner, and a New Haven error on a ball hit by Worsham.  Thurman then scored on a groundball hit by Bishop, in which Worsham was forced out at second base.

 

With 2 outs, the Wildcats then scored 6 more runs in the inning.  Milner and Bishop scored on a double by Justin Hall.  Hall then scored on a single by Joe Schlueter, and finally Schlueter and Brendon Hazel (who had reached base on a walk) scored on a single by Thurman to give the Wildcats a 7-0 lead.

 

New Haven came right back in the top of the second inning and scored 4 runs, on 6 walks and a hit batter, to make the score 7-4.  However, the Wildcats would hold NH scoreless the rest of the game.

 

Meanwhile, the Wildcats responded with 9 runs in the bottom of the inning.  Bishop got things going with a 1-out double, and then scored on a single by Hall.  Hall went to third base on a wild pitch, and scored on a NH error on a ball hit by Schlueter.  Tanner Cobb (who had walked and then reached second base on that same wild pitch) scored on a single by Hazel.  Schlueter scored on a single by Thurman, and Hazel and Thurman scored on a single by Milner.  Worsham then singled, which was followed by a 3-run home run by Bishop to give the Wildcats a 16-4 lead.

 

The Wildcats then scored a run in the bottom of the third inning, when Schlueter walked and later scored on a single by Davis, to make the score 17-4.  Neither team scored in the fourth inning or the top of the fifth inning, and the game ended at that point due to the “mercy rule”.

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 2 hits, 3 RBIs, and 2 runs scored; Davis 1 hit; Milner 1 hit, 2 RBIs, 1 run scored; Andy Milner 1 run scored, as a Courtesy Runner for Evan; Worsham 1 hit and 1 run scored; Bishop 2 hits, 1 home run, 4 RBIs, and 3 runs scored; Hall 2 hits, 2 RBIs, and 2 runs scored; Cobb 2 runs scored; Schlueter 1 hit, 2 RBIs, and 3 runs scored; and Hazel 1 hit, 1 RBI, and 2 runs scored.

 

Bishop was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and earned the win.  He pitched 3 innings and did not allow any hits.  However, he did give up 4 runs on 8 walks, and hit one batter.  He struck out 7 batters.  Ray Herring pitched 2 innings in relief.  He did not give up any runs or hits.  He did walk 2 batters, and hit one batter.  He also struck out 1 batter.

 

SATURDAY’S GAMES

 

The Wildcats came back with 2 games on March 29 (a Saturday).  The Wildcats did not score a run in either game.  If you don’t score, it is impossible to win a game.

 

In the St. Clair game, the Wildcats were able to get at least one runner in “scoring position” (at second &/or third base), in the third, fourth and fifth innings.  Unfortunately, they were unable to come up with the key hit to score the runners.

 

St. Clair scored the only run it needed in the bottom of the first inning on a double, and a Wildcat error to take a 1-0 lead.  SC then added another run in the fourth inning on a double and 2 singles to make the score 2-0, which was the final score of the game.

 

Not only did the Wildcats not score a run, but Worsham and Hall were the only Wildcats who were able to get a hit.  Worsham was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and took the loss.

 

In the second game against Wright City the Wildcats did not score and did not get any hits either.  They did have 6 batters reach base, via 1 walk, 2 hit batters, 2 fielder’s choice plays and 1 WC error.

 

Meanwhile, Wright City scored 8 runs in the first inning, 3 in the second inning, and 3 in the third inning to take a 14-0 lead.  Neither team scored in the fourth inning or the top of the fifth inning, and the game ended at that point because of the “mercy rule”.

 

There weren’t any offensive stats to report for the Wildcats in this game.  Herring was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and took the loss.

 

With these games the Wildcats obviously started the season with a record of 1 win and 3 losses.  However, they would rebound from this slow start 4 wins in their next 7 games, and as of April 16 they have a record of 5 wins and 6 losses.  Summaries of these 7 games will be in other reports.

 

  

BASEBALL WILDCATS WIN 1 LOSE 2

IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY R-2 TOURNAMENT

 

The Montgomery County R-2 Wildcats Baseball team played 3 games in their own tournament on April 9 (2 games) and 12 (1 game), winning 1 of those games and losing 2.  In their first game on April 9, they lost to South Callaway 15-3.  In the second game on the 9th, they defeated Mark Twain 16-1.   In the 3rd Place game on April 12, they lost to Bowling Green 8-1.  South Callaway won the tournament championship by defeating North Callaway 12-2.

 

SOUTH CALLAWAY GAME

 

Montgomery County was the host team in this game and found themselves behind by 5 runs before they ever got to bat.  South Callaway scored those 5 runs in the top of the first inning on 3 hits, a walk and 2 errors to lead 5-0.  However, the Wildcats came right back by scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the first.

 

Josh Thurman started the inning with a walk, followed by a single by Zeke Theissen.  Thurman went to third base on a fielder’s choice ground ball by Evan Milner (Theissen was out at second base), and then scored on another fielder’s choice ground ball by Cameron Parrish (Milner was out at second base).  Chase Worsham then reached base on an SC error, and Parrish advanced to second base.  Parrish and Worsham then scored on a double by Jackson Bishop to make the score 5-3.

 

Unfortunately that was the only scoring the Wildcats would have in this game.  In fact they would have only 3 more batters get on base over the next 4 innings.

 

Meanwhile, SC came right back in the top of the second inning with 4 runs on 3 hits, a walk, and 3 Wildcat errors to make the score 9-3.  SC added 4 more runs in the top of third with the help of 3 hits, 2 walks, 1 error and a balk to take a 13-3 lead.  SC then scored 2 runs in the top of the fourth inning, taking advantage of 2 hits, 3 walks, and a hit batter to lead 15-3.

 

Neither team scored in the fifth inning.  The game ended at that point because of the “mercy rule” (10-run lead after 5 innings of play).

 

Offensively Bishop and Theissen had the only hits for the Wildcats, with Bishop having 2 hits and Theissen having 1 hit.  Thurman, Parrish, and Worsham scored the only runs.  Parrish was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and took the loss.

 

MARK TWAIN GAME

 

In the second game of the evening Montgomery County faced Mark Twain.  The Wildcats were able turn things around, and defeated Mark Twain 16-1.

 

The Wildcats were the visiting team in this game and batted first.  Thurman once again started the game with a walk, which was followed by a double by Theissen.  They both scored on a single by Milner, and Devon Oden was put in as a Courtesy Runner for Milner.  Parrish then doubled to put runners on second base and third base.  Oden eventually scored on a groundball out by Worsham, which gave the Wildcats a 3-0 lead.

 

Mark Twain was able to load the bases with no outs in the bottom of the first inning.  However, the Wildcats were able to get the next 3 MT batters out without MT scoring a run, and the Wildcats never looked back.

 

The Wildcats did not score in the top of the second inning.  Mark Twain came back with their only run of the game in the bottom of the inning, on a Wildcat error, an unsuccessful fielder’s choice play, a sacrifice bunt, and a groundball out, to make the score 3-1.

 

Little did anyone know that the game would end 2 innings later, as the Wildcats would score 3 runs in the third inning and 10 runs in the fourth inning while holding MT scoreless.  This gave the Wildcats a 16-1 lead, and the game ended because of the “mercy rule” (15-run lead after 3 innings of play).

 

Parrish got things started for the Wildcats in the third inning with a double, and then scored on a single by Bishop.  Bishop scored on a double by Justin Hall, who then scored on a single by Brian Davis to give the Wildcats a 6-1 lead.

 

The offense really got going in the fourth inning, as the Wildcats scored 10 runs.  Theissen reached second base on a single and an MT error to start the inning.  Milner followed that with a single (Oden put in as a Courtesy Runner), which was followed by a 3-run home run by Parrish.  This gave the Wildcats a 9-1 lead, but they didn’t stop there.

 

Bishop followed Parrish’s home run with a single, stole second base, and then went to third base on a wild pitch.  He scored on an MT error on a ball hit by Worsham.  Worsham was eventually thrown out in a run down play.  Hall and Matt Boschert followed that with singles, and they both scored on a single by Thurman to make the score 12-1.

 

Thurman scored on a double by Theissen, and Theissen scored on a single by Milner and an MT error (Oden put in as a Courtesy Runner).  Parrish then hit a double, and Oden and Parrish scored on a single by Bishop to give the Wildcats a 16-1 lead.  MT did not score in the bottom of the fourth and the game was ended at that time.

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 2 hits, 2 runs batted in/RBIs, and 2 runs scored; Theissen 3 hits, 1 RBI, and 3 runs scored; Milner 4 hits, and 2 RBIs; Oden 3 runs scored as a Courtesy Runner for Milner; Parrish 4 hits, 1 home run, 3 RBIs, and 3 runs scored; Bishop 3 hits, 3 RBIs, and 2 runs scored; Worsham 2 RBIs; Hall 2 hits, 1 RBI, and 2 runs scored; Boschert 1 hit, and 1 run scored; and Davis 1 hit, and 1 RBI.

 

Worsham was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and earned the win.  He pitched all 4 innings, giving up 1 run on 2 hits, 3 walks, and 2 errors.  He also struck out 4 batters.

 

BOWLING GREEN GAME

 

Both teams were playing their fifth game in 5 days, because they had both played 2 East Missouri Conference games during the week in addition to the 2 tournament games on April 9.  Bowling Green appeared to survive the busy schedule better than Montgomery County, as they defeated the Wildcats 8-1 to take 3rd Place in the tournament.

 

Montgomery County was the visiting team in this game, but unlike most of the other games this season the Wildcats did not get any offense going in the early innings.  In fact, the only run they scored did not come until the fourth inning, after they had fallen behind 6-0.

Neither team scored in the first inning, but Bowling Green struck for 5 runs in the bottom of the second on 3 hits (including a 3-run home run), 2 walks, and a Wildcat error.  BG’s next run came in the third inning on a Wildcat error, a hit batter, and 2 singles.

 

The Wildcats lone run came in the fourth inning.  Bishop hit a 1-out double, went to third base on a single by Worsham, and scored on a sacrifice fly ball by Hall to make the score 6-1.

 

Unfortunately, the Wildcats had only 2 more batters reach base over the next 3 innings.  BG added a run in the fourth inning on a hit batter, and 2 singles to make the score 7-1.  BG added another run in the sixth inning on a double, a single and a sacrifice fly ball to make the final score 8-1.

 

The Wildcats didn’t have much offense in this game, as they had only 4 hits – 2 by Bishop, and 1 each by Milner and Worsham.  Bishop scored the only run, and Hall had the only RBI.

 

Worsham was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and took the loss.  Theissen and Davis also pitched in relief in this game.

 

With these games (and the other games played that week) the Wildcats finished the week with a record of 5 wins and 5 losses.  The Wildcats still have 11 games scheduled for the regular season, before the Missouri District Playoffs start on May 17.

 

“Best Wishes” to the Wildcats for success, as you continue you on with the second half of your 2014 season!

 

BASEBALL WILDCATS WIN 3 OF THEIR FIRST 4 EMO CONFERENCE GAMES

 

The Montgomery County R-2 Wildcats’ Baseball team played 4 East Missouri Conference games through the first 2 weeks of April, winning 3 of those games.  They started with an 11-1 win over Wright City on April 1.  They followed that with a 7-0 win over Clopton a week later on April 8.  On April 10 they defeated cross-county rival Wellsville-Middletown 12-0.  Then on April 16 they lost to North Callaway 6-3. 

 

The Wildcats also had a conference game scheduled for April 3 at Van-Far.  However, that game was cancelled due to poor weather conditions, and has been rescheduled for April 25.

 

WRIGHT CITY GAME

 

When Montgomery County had played Wright City just 2 days earlier in the Four Rivers’ Tournament, they lost 14-0.  However, the Wildcats were able to turn the tables on April 1 and came away with an 11-1 win.

 

The Wildcats got the offense started in the bottom of the first inning by scoring 2 runs.  With one out, Zeke Theissen reached second base on a WC error.  He went to third base on a wild pitch, and then scored on a ground ball out by Evan Milner to give the Wildcats a 1-0 lead.  Cameron Parrish was the next batter and was hit by a pitch.  Chase Worsham followed that with a single, and when the WC centerfielder misplayed the ball Parrish was able to score all the way from first base to make the score 2-0.

 

In the second inning Montgomery County took advantage of 5 WC errors to score 3 more runs.  Justin Hall and Matt Boschert started the inning by reaching base on WC errors.  Hall scored when WC made an error on a ball hit by Brian Davis.  Boschert scored on a groundout by Josh Thurman.  Finally, Davis scored on a WC error on a ball hit by Theissen to make the score 5-0.

 

After a 1-2-3 third inning, the Wildcats scored 4 runs in the bottom of the fourth.  Davis started the inning with a walk, and scored on a double by Theissen.  After a walk to Milner, Theissen scored on a WC error on a ball hit by Parrish.  Milner then scored on a ground out by Worsham, and Parrish scored on a single by Jackson Bishop to make the score 9-0.

 

Wright City scored its lone run in the top of the fifth inning by putting together 3 singles, but that would be their only scoring in the game.  A walk to Boschert started the bottom of the fifth for the Wildcats.  Thurman reached base on a WC error and Theissen walked to load the bases.  Boschert scored on a walk to Milner, and Thurman scored on a single by Parrish to make the score 11-1.  The game ended at the point because of the “mercy rule” (a 10-run lead after 4½ innings of play).

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 1 run batted in/RBI, and 1 run scored; Theissen 2 hits, 2 runs scored, and 1 RBI; Milner 1 RBI, and 1 run scored; Parrish 1 hit, 2 RBIs, and 2 runs scored; Worsham 1 hit and 2 RBIs; Bishop 2 hits, and 1 RBI; Hall 1 run scored; Boschert 2 runs scored; and Davis 1 RBI, and 2 runs scored.

 

Bishop was the starting for the Wildcats and earned the win.  He pitched all 5 innings, giving up 1 run on 4 hits, 1 walk and 1 Wildcat error.  He also struck out 8 batters.

 

 

CLOPTON GAME

 

With the Van-Far game being postponed, Montgomery County had a week off between games.  However, that didn’t seem to bother the Wildcats, as they easily defeated Clopton 7-0.

 

Once again, the Wildcats got on the scoreboard in the first inning to take a 2-0 lead.  Thurman received a walk to start the inning.  He reached second base on a passed ball, went to third base on a groundout, and scored on a single by Milner.  Milner was able to reach second base when the centerfielder misplayed the ball on his single, then went to third base on a passed ball.  He was able to score on a sacrifice fly ball by Worsham.

 

After a scoreless second inning, the Wildcats added 3 more runs in the bottom of the third.  Thurman started the inning by reaching base on a Clopton error.  He eventually scored on a single by Milner.  Parrish followed that with a single, then with 2 outs Bishop hit a double which scored Devon Oden (Courtesy Runner for Milner) and Parrish to make the score 5-0.

 

In the fourth inning the Wildcats scored a run when Theissen walked, who later scored on a single by Parrish to make the score 6-0.  Finally, in the fifth inning Bishop reached first base on a walk.  Brendan Hazel came in as a Courtesy Runner for Bishop.  Brendan stole second base, and then scored on a single by Hall to give the Wildcats a 7-0 lead.  This was the final score, as neither team scored the rest of the game.

 

Bishop had another solid game as the Wildcats’ starting pitcher and earned the win.  He pitched 6 shut out innings, allowing only 5 base runners on 3 hits, 1 walk, and 1 Wildcat error.  He struck out 15 batters.  Davis pitched a 1-2-3 seventh inning, striking out 2 Clopton batters.

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 2 runs scored; Theissen 1 run scored; Milner 2 hits, 2 RBIs, and 1 run scored; Oden 1 run scored (Courtesy Runner for Milner); Parrish 2 hits, 2 RBIs, and 1 run scored; Bishop 2 hits, and 2 RBIs; Hazel 1 run scored (Courtesy Runner for Bishop); and Hall 1 hit and 1 RBI.

 

WELLSVILLE-MIDDLETOWN GAME

 

Montgomery County played 2 games the very next day (April 9) in the Montgomery County R-2 Tournament, then had to come back and play W-M in a conference game on April 10.  It didn’t seem to bother the Wildcats, as they came away with a 12-0 win.

 

Being the visiting team the Wildcats batted first, and once again got the offense going in the first inning.  With one out, Theissen reached base on a W-M error.  With two outs, Parrish hit a 2-run home run to give the Wildcats a 2-0 lead.

 

After a scoreless second inning, the Wildcats scored a run in the third inning when Bishop reached base on a single, stole second base, and scored on a W-M error on a ball hit by Boschert.  In the fourth inning the Wildcats scored another run when Thurman doubled, and scored on a single by Milner to make the score 4-0.

 

The Wildcats broke the game open with 5 runs in the top of the fifth inning.  With one out, Hall got things going with a single.  Boschert followed that with a double, which was followed by a walk to Hazel to load the bases.  Hall and Boschert scored on a W-M error on a ball hit by Davis.  Hazel scored on a W-M error on a ball hit by Thurman. Then Davis and Thurman scored on a single by Milner to give the Wildcats a 9-0 lead.

 

The Wildcats finished the game off with 3 runs in the top of the sixth inning.  Bishop was hit by a pitch to start the inning.  He went to second base on a balk, and reached third base on a wild pitch.  He scored on an error by the W-M catcher.  During all of that Boschert reached base on a walk, stole second base, reached third base on a fly ball out by Hazel, and scored on a balk.  Davis followed a somewhat similar path, as he walked, went to second base on a balk, reached third base on a wild pitch, then scored on a single by Thurman.

 

Wellsville-Middletown started the bottom of the sixth inning by loading the bases on an R-2 error, a single, and a hit batter.  However, the Wildcats were able to keep W-M from scoring and the game ended at that point because of the “mercy rule” and the Wildcats won 12-0.

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 3 hits, 1 RBI, and 2 runs scored; Theissen 1 run scored; Milner 2 hits, and 3 RBIs; Parrish 1 hit, 1 home run, 2 RBIs, and 1 run scored; Bishop 1 hit, and 2 runs scored; Hall 1 hit and 1 run scored; Boschert 1 hit, and 2 runs scored; Hazel 1 run scored; and Davis 2 runs scored.

 

Theissen was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and earned the win.  He pitched all 6 shut out innings, allowing 8 base runners on 3 hits, 2 walks, 1 hit batter and 2 Wildcat errors.  He struck out 10 batters.

 

NORTH CALLAWAY GAME

 

This game was originally scheduled for last Tuesday, April 15, but got pushed back one day to Wednesday, April 16, because of wet field conditions on Tuesday.  The Wildcats had a lot of base runners in this game, but couldn’t get the key hits when they needed to and lost 6-3. 

 

The Wildcats had a runner reach third base in the first inning, and the third inning but did not score.  North Callaway didn’t fare any better, as the Thunderbirds had a runner reach second base in the second inning and the third inning, but did not score.

 

NC struck first in the top of the fourth inning, scoring a run on a walk, and 2 Wildcat errors.  The Wildcats came back in the bottom of the fourth and loaded the bases with only 1 out.  However, the next 2 batters struck out and NC kept the 1-0 lead.

 

The offense for both teams came alive in the fifth inning, as both teams scored 3 runs.  NC scored their 3 runs on 2 hits, 4 walks, and a Wildcat error, to take a 4-0 lead.  However, the Wildcats came right back with 3 runs in the bottom of the inning.

 

With one out, Theissen reached base on an NC error.  Parrish and Milner then hit “back to back” home runs to cut NC’s lead to 4-3.  Neither team scored in the sixth inning, keeping the score at 4-3 heading into the seventh/last inning.

 

NC scored 2 runs in the top of the seventh on 2 hits, an intentional walk, and a Wildcat error to increase their lead to 6-3.  The Wildcats came right back and loaded the bases with no outs in the bottom of the seventh. 

 

Theissen started the inning with a single, followed by a walk to Milner, and Parrish being hit by a pitch.  Unfortunately, the next batter struck out, and then the next batter hit a ground ball to the pitcher who turned it into a “pitcher to home to first base” double play to end the game.

 

The individual offensive stats for R-2 were as follows (listed according to the batting order):  Thurman 1 hit; Theissen 2 hits and 1 run scored; Milner 3 hits, 1 home run, 2 RBIs, and 1 run scored; Parrish 2 hits, 1 home run, 1 RBI, and 1 run scored; and Worsham 2 hits.

 

Bishop was the starting pitcher for the Wildcats and took the loss.  He pitched 5 innings, giving up 4 runs, on 4 hits, 5 walks and 2 Wildcat errors.  Parrish pitched the last 2 innings in relief.  He allowed 2 runs on 2 hits, an intentional walk, and a Wildcat error.

 

With these games the Wildcats had an overall record of 5 wins and 6 losses, as of April 16.  Their conference record is 3-1, and in all likelihood they will have to win the remaining 5 conference games to have a chance to win the conference title.

 

“Best Wishes” to the Wildcats in their pursuit of the conference title.

 


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