10-run first sparks Raiders over EL-G


FINN SHIELDS, Elkhart Lake catcher, tags out Cedar Grove’s Chris Mueller trying to score in Monday’s BEC baseball game. – Photo by Mike McGill FINN SHIELDS, Elkhart Lake catcher, tags out Cedar Grove’s Chris Mueller trying to score in Monday’s BEC baseball game. – Photo by Mike McGill KIEL – The Kiel Raiders exploded for 10 runs in the bottom of the first inning to key a 17-4 rout over Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in Big East Conference baseball action here Friday evening.

Kiel upped its BEC largeschool division record to 11-5 (11-7 overall). The Resorters fell to 2-11 in the league’s small-school division (2-11 overall). The game was runruled after 4½ innings.

The Raiders pummeled EL-G pitching for 14 hits. Kiel was led by Trace Woepse, Michael Endries, Trenton Nickel, Austin Conrad and Austin Goehring with two each. Nickel and Jon Meyer had one home run each.

Woepse had a team-high four RBIs, followed by Nickel and Meyer with three each.

Jordan Bahr paced the Resorters in RBIs with two. Elkhart had only five hits, with no one having more than one. Bahr’s triple was the Resorters’ lone extrabase hit.

Meyer was the winning pitcher. He started and went three innings – allowing no runs on zero hits with four strikeouts and no walks.

On Monday night, the Re- sorters fell to visiting Cedar Grove-Belgium, 15-2, in five innings (run-ruled).

The Rockets, who had 17 hits, improved to 10-6 in the BEC small-school division (10-6 overall). Elkhart dropped to 2-12 in the division (2-12 overall).

Jason Von Heimburg and Matt Dirkse led the Rockets in hits with three each. Dirkse and Mason Noll had a teamhigh two RBIs apiece.

Bradley Katte was the winning pitcher.

Elkhart’s statistics were unavailable at press time.


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