By: Nathan Bloechl — email@example.com
KILJ — The baseball circuit was raucous last night with several Super Conference teams on the slate.
Here’s a look at the finals in the area:
Wapello 13, Winfield-Mount Union 8
Cooper Garrison had three hits, including a triple, as Wapello rolled by Winfield-Mount Union 13-8 last night in a Super Conference tilt.
Owen Housman was the winning pitcher for the Indians throwing four innings allowing just two hits and one run while fanning six.
Chase Witte also had a two-hit evening, while driving in four.
Winfield-Mount Union rallied for five in the 6th inning, but saw Wapello strike for five of their own in the top of the 7th to put the game on ice.
The Wolves fell to 0-5. Wapello earned their first win to improve to 1-2.
Highland 3, Mediapolis 1
Chase Schultz kept Mediapolis hitters off balance all night for Highland, who earned a hard-fought 3-1 win last night.
Schultz went 6.2 innings, scattering four hits and a run, punching out 13.
Trevor McFarland and Schultz each drove in one for the Huskies.
McFarland earned the save for Highland after the Bulldogs rallied for their lone marker in the 7th inning.
Mediapolis fell to 1-2, while Highland improved to 4-1.
New London 15, Danville 0 (5 Innings)
New London rung the dinner bell early and often as they devoured Danville 15-0 in five innings yesterday in a Super Conference tilt.
Carter Allen had two hits and two runs batted in while Brendan Richey also poured in a multi-hit night.
Camden Kasel drove in three runs for the Tigers, who upped their ledger to 2-0.
Hecniel Rodriguez was the winning pitcher, tossing four shutout innings while striking out nine.
Danville slipped to 1-1.
Van Buren County 4, Cardinal 3
Louisa-Muscatine 5, Hillcrest Academy 4