Here’s the local scores from Monday night in the Badgerland Summer High School League….
Jefferson 5 Beaver Dam 1
The Beaver Dam baseball team (3-2) committed five errors and collected just three hits in a 5-1 non-conference loss to Jefferson on Monday night at the BDHS diamond. Alex Soto took the hard-luck loss, pitched six strong innings, striking out six and giving up eight hits and three runs (1 earned). After Jefferson loaded the bases in the top of the 1st, Soto struck out the side to get out the inning unblemished, then gave up a single run in the 3rd and a pair in the 4th. Wes Biel, Bradon Franke, and Griff Wicklund collected the Beavers only hits on the night. Biel scored BD’s only run in the 4th when an errant throw back to the pitcher let him score from 3rd. Beaver Dam will travel to Jefferson tonight. The Varsity game is set to start at 7:45pm. You can listen on 1430 WBEV and watch the video stream at DailyDodge.com. The JV’s also head to Jefferson for a 5:15pm first pitch.
Waupun 8 Mayville 2
Waupun picked up an 8-2 win over Mayville on Monday night at Gus Thompson Field. Two’s were wild for Waupun as the team put up a deuce in the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th innings. Keegan Hartgerink went 2×4 with a double and RBI in the win. Wyatt Paul also drove in a pair of runs for Waupun. Five different Mayville players collected base hits in the loss, including a double by Aaron Anderson. Brayden Sanders struck out six in five innings worth of work to pick up the win. Alex Nadolski gave up six runs (five earned) and eight hits in four innings to take the loss. Waupun hosts Laconia on Tuesday night at The Gus. The first pitch is set for 6:30pm. Mayville travels to Fond du Lac for a matchup with St. Mary’s Springs on Tuesday. That first pitch is set for 8pm.
Watertown 6 Laconia 5
Nathan Walter single plated Evan Sellnow and gave Watertown the 6-5 walk-off win over Laconia on Monday night. Watertown rallied from a 4-1 deficit to pull even by plating four runs in the bottom of the 5th. Five different Watertown players collected a pair of hits in the win. Caleb Hinkes struck out seven and gave up just one earned run to pick up the win. and ea picked up their first win of the summer with a 6-5 walk-off against Laconia. The win for Watertown (1-8) was their first of the summer. They will host Randolph on Tuesday night. The first pitch is set for 6pm.
St. Mary’s Springs 10 Randolph 5
Randolph dropped a 10-5 home decision to St. Mary’s Springs on Monday night. Logan Kooiker and Seth Hokensperger each had two hits to pace the Randolph offense. St. Mary’s Springs scored eight unearned runs in the win. Randolph will travel to Watertown on Tuesday night. The first pitch is set for 6pm
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Photo: Beaver Dam’s Alex Soto throw a pitch during Beaver Dam’s 5-1 loss to Jefferson on Monday night