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  • Fishing Scholarship
  • Third in regional
  • Streaking Warrior girls win two more
  • Wesclin boys pick up steam
  • This Week in Wesclin Sports

  • Fishing Scholarship

    New Baden angler, Kodie Monical, recently received a bass fishing scholarship from McKendree University to be on the McKendree University Bearcat Bass Team. Pictured are Kodie Monical, his parents, Lee and Dawn Monical, and McKendree Bass Fishing Coach, Jon Rinderer.

    Third in regional

    The Southwestern Illinois (SWI) Crush 13 Black team finished third in the Gold Division on Sunday April 13, 2014. There were 54 teams entered in the Gold, Silver, Bronze and Copper categories. This was the Regional Tournament for the Gateway Region Volleyball 13's age group. Congratulations to front row, from left, defensive passer Kaitlin Trame, libero Emmy Nyquist, hitter Morgan Revermann, and hitter Kennedy Luebbers; back row, assistant coach Lauren Willis, setter Caitlyn Willis, hitter Carlee Wise, hitter Carter Mohesky, hitter Claire Diercks, head coach Chelsea Crocker.

    Streaking Warrior girls win two more

    After starting the season with a pair of losses, Wesclin's softball team has now reeled off seven straight wins, including two in the last week of play. The Warriors are 7-2 overall, 2-0 in conference play.

    Wesclin 5, Freeburg 3

    The Warriors outlasted Freeburg in the conference opener last Tuesday by scoring single tallies in the fourth and fifth and two runs in the sixth to overcome a 3-1 deficit. Ali Brueggemann was the winning pitcher for Wesclin, and Rebecca Franke drove in three runs on a single and a double. Kaitlynn Zeisset drove in a run on two hits, and Madison Rapien doubled home a run for Wesclin. Brueggemann added two hits, and Carly Haukapp, Cami Meddows, and Hannah Frerker all had hits for Wesclin.

    Wesclin 6, Carlyle 5

    Ali Brueggemann went the distance to earn the mound win and also figured in the decisive seventh-inning rally that gave the Warriors the win.

    Each team put up multiple runs in the first inning, and Wesclin took a 5-4 lead with a single tally in the third. Carlyle tied things up in the top of the seventh before the Warriors pushed across a run in the bottom of the inning to steal the victory. Brueggemann led off the inning with a single, and Wesclin loaded the bases on a pair of walks before Carly Haukapp lashed a run-scoring single to win the game.

    Haukapp had two rbi on the game, as did Madison Rapien. Brueggemann had a pair of hits, Cami Meddows singled home a run, and Rebecca Franke had a hit for Wesclin.

    Wesclin boys pick up steam

    Led by its pitching staff and defense, Wesclin's baseball team began to gain momentum during the past week by winning all four of its games and allowing only four runs over the stretch. With the winning streak, the Warriors improved to 8-5 on the season and won its first two games of the conference season.

    Wesclin 1, Freeburg 0

    The Warriors won a tight extra-inning affair to open conference play last Tuesday, pushing across a run in the bottom of the ninth to secure the win. Wesclin collected nine hits but couldn't cross the plate for much of the game. Jared Timmermann pitched the final inning to earn the mound win and drove in the winning run in the bottom of the frame.

    Ryan Meddows doubled and singled; Michael Klein had a pair of singles; and Brendan Bernhardt, Josh Brown, Kyle Eversgerd, and Brady Kunz all had hits.

    Wesclin 5, Highland 2

    Kenny Hagarty pitched five strong innings, allowing just two hits and a pair of unearned runs for the Warriors, who scored twice in the fifth to break a 2-2 tie before adding an insurance tally in the seventh. Blake Hilmes picked up the save.

    Michael Klein doubled among three hits and drove in a run for the Warriors, and Ryan Meddows singled home a pair of scores. Kyle Eversgerd drove in a run on two hits, and Brendan Bernhardt collected a pair of safeties. Jarad Steenbergen drove in a run, and Darrell Combs and Jordan Groennert both had hits.

    Wesclin 3, Carlyle 2

    Two of the top teams in the Cahokia Conference squared off in Trenton Thursday with the Warriors edging visiting Carlyle in a back-and-forth affair. The Warriors broke on top with a run in the second inning before Carlyle tied things up with a fourth inning tally. Wesclin responded with two in the fifth to gain the win.

    Dylan Weh pitched a round five hits and five walks in allowing just one earned run over five and a third innings to earn the mound win. Weh helped his own cause when he knocked in two runs for the Warriors in the decisive fifth inning.

    Brady Kunz picked an rbi on two hits, and Brendan Bernhardt, Josh Brown, Kyle Eversgerd, Jordan Groennert, and Ryan Meddows all had hits.

    Wesclin 10, Wood River 0

    After three consecutive tight games, the Warriors needed a laugher and they got one at the expense of Wood River. Ryan Meddows tossed a no-hitter in the five-inning shortgaming of the Oilers, and Brendan Bernhardt and Brady Kunz drove in three runs each for the Warriors. Kyle Eversgerd singled home two runs for Wesclin, and Brent Lengacher had two rbi. Dylan Weh, Mason Buzzard, and Darrell Combs all had hits. The Warriors did all their scoring over the first three innings, capped by a five-run third inning.

    This Week in Wesclin Sports

    17     Baseball at Red Bud
    17     Softball at Red Bud
    17     Soccer vs. Mater Dei
    18     B/G Track t Wood River Relays
    18     JV Baseball vs. Carlyle
    19     Baseball vs. Triad
    19     B/G Track F/S Invitational at Central
    21     Softball at Gibault
    21     Soccer at Gibault
    22     Baseball vs. Columia
    22     Softball vs. Columbia
    22     JV Baseball at Columbia
    22     Boys Track at Nashville Invitational
    22     Soccer at Freeburg
    23     Baseball vs. Dupo
    23     Softball vs. Dupo

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