Saturday, June 12th: Play-offs:
D'Arcy Motors 7, O'Donnell Construction 6
It was a hot one. Then a rain delay. Then a hot one. Both teams played great!
Thursday, June 10th
R.E. Duchene 15, Briscoe Financial 3
It was a brutally hot night, but the final game of the regular season brought plenty of smiles for team R.E. Duchene. Waylon Buckles and Braden Davisson walked to start the inning. Mason Graczyk singled driving in the first run of the game. River Allen would walk next followed by a single from Alex Teiber to drive in a second run. Deacon Watson would come to the plate and single for his first hit in all kid pitch. Tanner Teiber and Mason Hughes would walk to max out the inning with five runs scored. River Allen pitched the bottom half of the inning giving up zero runs with bases loaded and striking out three. The top of the second R.E. Duchene would add five more runs to their lead. Eddie Tylka and Carl Teiber would walk. Logan Cavera hit a single to drive in a run. Niko McKenna, Waylon Buckles, and Braden Davisson would walk. Mason Graczyk and Alex Teiber would both single again driving in runs. Tanner Teiber would pitch the second inning for R.E. Duchene. He struck out three batters and gave up zero runs. R.E. Duchene went down quiet in the third. They went down quickly with three strikeouts by Jake Sluga. Briscoe would add three runs to the board in the bottom of the inning. Waylon Buckels and Deacon Watson pitched for R.E. Duchene. Ben Adelmann and Jace would single for Briscoe. The fourth inning R.E. Duchene added 5 more runs. Mason Graczyk and Alex Teiber would again hit singles, both going 3/3 on the night, driving in one run a piece. The other runs were scored by walks. Deacon Watson would come back to pitch the fourth inning. Jake Sluga walked to lead off the inning, but Deacon Watson struck out the next two batters. Braden Davisson came in to face the final two batters of the game. He struck out the last batter to end the game 15-3. Here come the playoffs!
Wednesday, June 9th
D'Arcy Motors 10, Final Stop Logistics 8
Channahon Tractor 11, O'Donnell Construction 9
With the blistering heat beating down upon us, Channahon Tractor's Silas Eaton hit a single towards third base. Later Jackson Carter would follow hitting an RBI single, Channahon Tractor leads 2 - 0. In the bottom of the first, Jaxon Robles hit a single while Brody would then smash an RBI triple into the outfield. Later, Caleb Weaver would hit an RBI single to tie the game and O'Donnell Construction would finish the inning ahead 3 - 2. Silas Eaton would strike out 3 to end the inning. In the top of the second, Channahon Tractor would answer with a 2 RBI triple from Silas Eaton and shortly followed by another 2 RBI triple by Rilyn Wujek. Going into the bottom of the second, Channahon Tractor would lead 6 - 3. Silas Eaton would strike out 1, but O'Donnell Construction dialed into his pitches, Jax Robles would hit a double, followed by an RBI double by Brody. With one out, Rilyn Wujek would come in to relieve Silas, striking out the next 2 batters to close out the inning. In the top of the third, Gavin Carroll and Tyler Falkner would both hit a ball down the line towards first base where O'Donnell would beat them to the base. In the bottom of the third, Rilyn Wujek would strike out 3 of 4 and in the top of the fourth, Channahon Tractor would score 5. Going into the bottom of the fourth, Richard Colant, would take the mound for the first, pitching several strikes. Owen Kauffman would smash a 3 RBI double, but not before Gavin Carroll (Catcher) would throw down to third where Leo Schwinn would make the tag on Jaxson Mejia for the first out. Caleb Weaver, would then hit a ball down to first, where Evan Hearns, or "Peanut" as the team affectionately calls him, would beat him to the base for the second out. O'Donnell Construction would end the inning scoring 5 runs. This was definitely a fun game to watch. Good job kids! Proud of all the players on both sides!
Tuesday, June 8th
Premier Auto Detailing 11, D'Arcy Motors 3
Monday, June 7th
Final Stop Logistics 14, Alliance Conseling & Coaching 8
Saturday, June 5th
D'Arcy Motors 11, O'Donnell Construction 7
Alliance Counseling & Coaching 6, Briscoe Financial 3
R.E. Duchene 10, Premier Auto Detailing 4
What an interesting game to say the least! It was a long, hot game and pitching was short for both teams. R.E. Duchene scored 5 runs in the first through walks and one single hit by Mason Graczyk. Premier answered back with 2 runs in the first. Luke Lieberman was able to make contact and drive in a run. Score after 1 was 5-2. R.E. Duchene was unable to add any runs even with bases loaded in the second inning. Premier Auto added two more runs in the bottom half of the inning. Eich, Hammerstein, and Lieberman got hits that inning to help out their team making the score 5-4 after two innings. Alex Teiber started off the third with a single for R.E. Duchene and quickly stole two bases. Deacon Watson, Niko McKenna, and Logan Cavera walked. Carl Teiber came to the plate with bases loaded and was able to get his first hit of the season and drive in a run! Waylon Buckles and Braden Davisson walked next to keep the bases loaded. River Allen hit a fly ball to left field where he was able to bring in the fifth run of the inning making the final score of the game 10-4.
Notable- Eich pitched for Premier Auto going 1 and 1/3 innings striking out 4 batters. Stellar job.
Channahon Tractor 7, Final Stop Logistics 6
David Moreno opened with a hit, but was thrown out at first base while Rilyn Wujek would hit a 2 run home run, only to be followed up By Gavin Carroll smacking a double and Corey Lopez hitting one to first base for final out. Channahon Tractor would take an early 2 - 0 lead. Silas Eaton would open on the mound for Channahon Tractor with Parker DiMayo hitting a 1 run single. Silas Eaton would strike out 3 of 6, throwing only 10 balls. All was quiet in the top of the second, Jackson Carter hit a single, but otherwise Final Stop struck out 3 of 4. Silas Again back on the mound striking out 2 of 5, before Rilyn Wujek would relieve him. With bases loaded Parker DiMayo, Rilyn's first batter, would hit a towering pop fly. But Rilyn Wujek said "not on my watch" and made an effortless catch to keep Final Stop Logistics from scoring. The score, going into the top of the third, is 2- 1 with Channahon Tractor leading. In the third, Channahon Tractor would score 5, while Rilyn Wujek would strike out 3 of 3. In the top of the fourth, Final Stop Logistics would strike out 3 of 6, while Jackson Carter, for Channahon Tractor, would strike out 2 of 7 with White hitting an RBI single, followed by a towering 2 RBI triple by Parker DiMayo.
Friday, June 4th
R.E. Duchene 9, Alliance Counseling 4
Alliance came out strong in the first inning. Rogers and Laterawicz walked to start the game. Gonzalez and Janssen both singled bringing in three runs between their hits. Tanner Teiber struck out three out of five batters to end the inning. The bottom of the first, Braden Davisson was hit by pitch and stole two bases to end up on third. Mason Graczyk and River Allen walked to load the bases. Alex Teiber singled bringing in a run. Score 3-1. Tanner Teiber came back to pitch in the second striking out one. Mason Graczyk made a terrific pick on a hard hit grounder to short stop to hold Gonzales to a single. Braden Davisson fielded a hard hit grounder to second for an out. Laterwicz scored that inning before Tanner Teiber would strike out a second batter to end the inning. R.E. Duchene left Deacon Watson on third after leading off the inning with a walk and stealing two bases. Score after two innings is 4-1. River Allen came into pitch the third for R.E. Duchene. He worked quickly striking out three and giving up a single to Salciedo. Gunner Laterawicz pitched to start the third for Alliance. He struck out one and walked three batters. PJ Janssen came into pitch for Alliance giving up a single, two walks, and striking out two. Alex Teiber was the only hit of the inning for R.E. Duchene, keeping his hot hitting alive. The game was all tied up after three innings, 4-4. Waylon Buckles pitched the fourth inning for R.E. Duchene. He struck out the first batter he saw. Laterawicz and Gonzalez both singled in the inning. PJ Janssen hit a fly ball to first base where River Allen made a great catch for the second out of the inning. Buckles struck out another batter to end the inning with runners on second and third with no runs scored. Niko McKenna, Logan Cavera, and Waylon Buckles walked to start the bottom of the fourth. Braden Davisson hit the game winning RBI to start a scoring rally for R.E. Duchene. River Allen and Alex Teiber would both single in the inning to bring in runs. Mason Graczyk and Tanner Teiber both earned RBIs in the inning for being patient at the plate. Final score 9-4.
Thursday, June 3rd
D'Arcy Motors 7,
Briscoe Financial 3
It was great to be back on the field after some time off due to a holiday. D'Arcy up first with Lisa Brozek walking. She stole her way around with Reid Wojowski up to bat grounding out to first but not before bringing Brozek home to make the score 1-0 at the end of the inning with Briscoe Financial scoring none. Quiet 2nd inning for both teams. Bottom of 3rd, Briscoe came out swinging and scored 3 runs with Ryan Stanish bringing in 2 of them off a single to right field. 4th inning was another quiet one for both teams but the 5th inning was a big one for D'Arcy. With Genna Brozek, Cole Bradford, and Dean Carey all on base, Jacob Campbell with a clutch single to start the rally bringing in 1. Ryan Dagon up next with another clutch hit to bring in 2. Luke Cioni and Garrett McCleary with walks bringing in the final 2 runs ending the inning 6-3. Top of 6, Owen Schenck led off with a single. Wojowski singled, Carey and Bradford walked scoring a run in the 6th. Briscoe came up empty handed and ended the game 7-3. Great pitching by both D'Arcy and Briscoe.
Wednesday, June 2nd
Final Stop Logistics 8, O'Donnell Construction 8
Tuesday, June 1st
Channahon Tractor 7, Premier Auto Detailing 6
Luke Lieberman opened with a single against Silas Eaton. Silas Regained is composure and struck out the next 3 of 5 batters. In the bottom, Rilyn would smack a single bringing in Silas Eaton. Leo would follow up with a single of his own. Silas again on the mound in the top of the second striking out 1 of 3 before Rilyn Wujek would come in to strike out 2 of 3, keeping the score 1 - 0 with Channahon Tractor leading. In the bottom of the second, Gavin Carroll and Rilyn Wujek would each get a single, bringing in a run. Score 6 - 0. In the top of the third, Carter Larson would get a hit. Score 6 - 5, with Channahon Tractor leading. In the bottom of the third, Premier Auto would strike out 3 of 4. In the top of the 4th, Jackson Carter on the mound, would strike out 2 of 4, but not before Hunter Hammerstein hit a ball to Silas Eaton, at first base. Silas would beat Hunter to the base for the second out, but Hunter's hit would tie the game 6 - 6. In the bottom of 4th, Channahon Tractor's Rilyn Wujek would hit a double, clearing the bases to end the game.
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