Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Baseball Teams Go 5-5 On Monday


Baseball results for Monday, June 19

Carroll at North Polk

North Polk 13

Carroll 2                 (5 Innings)


Carroll dropped a challenging conference game on the road, losing by run rule over North Polk. North Polk scored the game’s first runs by plating six in the bottom of the first inning. Carroll cut into the lead by scoring one run in the top half of the second off of a Copper Ludwig RBI single. North Polk extended their lead in the home half of the second inning to 8-1 after scoring two more runs. North Polk added another run in the third and four more in the fourth to extend their lead to 13-1. In the top of the fifth, the Tigers scored another run off of a Jake Jorgensen RBI single. Carroll only managed one run in the top of the fifth and lost Monday night to North Polk 13-2 in five innings.

Carroll recorded eight hits in the game and left eight runners on base. Dylan Hosenfelt took the loss on the mound, only going one inning. Hosenfelt gave up five hits and seven earned runs. Chase Raggaler and Jake Jorgensen recorded multiple hits in the game. The loss drops the Tigers to 3-15 on the season, and 1-10 in Racoon River Conference play. Carroll is back in action on Tuesday at Perry.

Carroll Stats

Ryan North 1-2

Chase Ragaller 3-3, RS

Stone Sibenaller 1-3

Jake Jorgensen 2-3, 2B, RBI, SB

Cooper Ludwig 1-1, RBI

Dylan Hosenfelt LP, IP, 5 hits, 7 ER, 6 BB

Mason Vought 3 IP, 5 hits, 2 ER, BB


Box Score 

Team                   1      2      3     4     5       Final

Carroll                0      1       0     0    1          2

North Polk        6       2      1      4     x        13



Shenandoah at Kuemper Game one

Kuemper 11

Shenandoah 1          (5 Innings)


Kuemper won game one of a doubleheader via the ten-run rule but only recorded five hits in the game. Shenandoah scored the first run of the game in the top of the first inning off of one hit and three walked batters. The Knights responded with four runs in the home half off of one hit. Kuemper took a 4-1 lead going to second and never looked back. Evan Loew struggled in the first inning on the hill but settled down in the second, striking out two Shenandoah hitters. Kuemper went scoreless in the bottom of the second but added four more runs in the third to take an 8-1 lead going to the fourth inning. Kuemper would end the game in the fifth, scoring three runs off of three hits to win game one 11-1 in five innings.

Evan Loew went four innings on the mound, walking six Shenandoah batters but also striking out six. The Knights recorded five hits in the game. Koby Lampman recorded the only extra-base hit in the game with a double in the first inning. Logan Sibenaller, Carter Putney, Trevor Rial, and Max Irlmeier also recorded hits in Monday’s game.

Kuemper Stats

Logan Sibenaller 1-2, 2 RBI, 2 RS, 2 BB, 4 SB

Carter Putney 1-2, 3 RBI, RS, BB, HBP, SB

Benicio Lujano 2 RS, BB, HBP

Ethan Loew RBI, RS, BB

Trevor Rial 1-3, RS

Koby Lampman 1-1, 2B, 3 RBI, 2 RS, 2 HBP, SB

Max Irlmeier  1-2, RBI, RS

Evan Loew RS, BB, HBP, Pitching– WP, 4 IP, 3 hits, RA, ER, 6 K, 6 BB

Max Schon IP


Box Score

Team                        1        2      3      4       5       Final

Shenandoah           1         0     0       0      0          1

Kuemper                 4         0     4      0      3          11


Shenandoah at Kuemper Game Two

Kuemper 9

Shenandoah 0


The Knights completed the sweep over Shenandoah by shutting them out in game number two of a varsity doubleheader. Kuemper received good pitching again in game two from Carter Putney, who went six innings on the mound for the Knights. Kuemper scored the first run of the game in the home half of the first inning. Both teams went scoreless in the second, and the Knights extended their lead in the bottom of the third by plating two more runs. Kuemper took a 3-0 lead going to the home half of the fourth inning when they added two more runs to take a 5-0 lead over Shenandoah. Kuemper added four more runs in the fifth inning to take a 9-0 lead. Both teams went scoreless the rest of the game, and the Knights would go 2-0 on the night beating Shenandoah 9-0 in game number two.

The Knights recorded seven hits in the game as a team but left five runners on base. Carter Putney went six innings on the hill, striking out seven Shenandoah hitters. Logan Sibenaller continued his excellent night at the plate recording two hits from the plate while stealing five bases. The wins improve Kuempers record to 14-8 and 7-5 in Hawkeye Ten play. The Knights are back in action again on Tuesday at home in a varsity doubleheader against Atlantic.

Kuemper Stats

Logan Sibenaller 2-2, RBI, 3 RS, BB, 5 SB

Carter Putney 1-4, 2 RBI, SB, Pitching– WP, 6 IP, 2 hits, 7 K, 4 BB

Benicio Lujano BB

Ethan Loew 1-2, 2 RBI, BB, SB

Trevor Rial RS, BB, SB

Koby Lampman 1-2, RBI, 2 RS, BB, 3 SB

Cooper Pottebaum 1-3, SB

Josh Langel RBI, RS, HBP, SB

Evan Loew 1-2, RS, BB, SB

Tristan Janson RS, SB

Ryan Sundrup IP, BB


Box Score

Team                       1      2     3       4      5     6      7      Final

Shenandoah          0      0     0       0      0    0     0         0

Kuemper                1      0      2       2      4     0     x         9


Sioux Central at East Sac County

Sioux Central 13

ESC 1             ( 5 Innings)


East Sac County lost at home and struggled on the mound giving up 13 runs on ten hits. Sioux Central scored most of their runs in the top half of the first inning, plating seven runs. Sioux Central would extend their lead to 8-0 after plating one run in the top of the second. ESC cut into the Rebel’s lead by plating a run in the home half of the second inning. Neither team scored in the third inning. Sioux Central added another run in the fourth and four more in the fifth inning to go on and win 13-1 over ESC.

The Raiders recorded three hits in the game. ESC also used four different pitchers. They combined to go five innings giving up 13 runs and walking seven Sioux Central batters. The loss drops ESC to 2-10 and 2-6 in Twin Lakes conference play. The Raiders are back in action on Wednesday against Manson Northwest Webster.

ESC Stats

Carter Erritt 1-2

Karter Ludwig 1-2, Pitching– IP, K

Luke Wright 1-1

Luke Wernimont RS, SB, Pitching–  1/3 IP, 3 hits, 7 RA, 2 ER, K, 3 BB

Weston Drost SB, Pitching– 2 IP, 3 hits, RA, ER

Bradyn Burns 1 2/3 IP, 4 hits, 5 RA, 2 ER, 4 BB


Box Score

Team                     1      2       3     4       5      Final

Sioux Central      7      1        0     1       4          13

ESC                      0      1         0     0      0          1


Coon Rapids-Bayard at Ar-We-Va

CRB 19

Ar-We-Va 1         (5 Innings)


CRB scored the game’s first runs in the top of the first inning, plating seven runs. The Rockets cut into the Crusader’s lead by plating a single run and trialed CRB 7-1 going to the second inning. The Crusaders extended their lead by a run in the second inning and then added six more in the third to lead 14-1 going to the fourth inning. CRB would plate one run in the fourth and four more in the fifth to beat Ar-We-Va 19-1 in five innings of action.

The Crusaders recorded 14 hits in the game; five went for extra bases. CRB used four pitchers combined to go five innings giving up two hits and striking out three. Ar-We-Va recorded two hits in the game coming off the bats of Wyatt Ragaller and Derek Thomsen. Rocket pitching combined to go five innings giving up 13 hits and 14 earned runs.

The win improves CRB to 19-2. The loss drops Ar-We-Va to 0-10. Ar-We-Va is back in action on Wednesday on the road against Woodbine. The Crusaders are back in action Tuesday with a varsity doubleheader on the road at West Harrison.

CRB Stats

Kolby Culbertson 2-3, 2 2B, RBI, 2 RS, HBP

Cal Heydon 1-3, 2 RBI, RS, SB

Lance Clayburg 2-3, 2B, RBI, 4 RS, HBP, SB

Jacob Estrada 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, RS, BB

Cad Behrens 1-1, 2B, 2 BB, Pitching– 2 IP, hit, RA, ER, K

Parker Hays 1-2, 2 RBI, 3 RS, 3 HBP, SB

Wyatt Oswald 2-4, 4 RBI, RS, BB, SB

Ty Heydon 2-4, 2 RBI, BB

Jace Baker 1-4, RBI, 2 RS, BB

Caden Oswald 2 RS, Pitching– IP

Max Shirbroun IP, hit, 2 BB

Tyler Mohr RS, HBP

Mason Culbertson RBI, 2 RS, SB, Pitching– IP, 2 K

Cole Cretsinger HBP


Ar-We-Va Stats

Wyatt Ragaller 1-2, RS, BB, 2 SB, Pitching– 2 1/3 IP, 5 hits, 9 RA, 5 ER, 2 K, 3 BB

Wade Ragaller RBI

Derek Thomsen 1-2

Timothy Dose 2 IP, hit, 4 RA, 3 ER, 3 K, 4 BB

Johnathan Riesselman 2/3 IP, 7 hits, 6 RA, 6 ER, K


Box Score

Team                1       2       3      4      5       Final

CRB                  7      1        6      1       4           19

Ar-We-Va       1       0       0      0       0          1


West Harrison at Glidden-Ralston

West Harrison 14

Glidden-Ralston 1         (5 Innings)


Glidden-Ralston got no-hit at home in five innings of action against a good West Harrison team. West Harrison scored the first two runs of the game in the top of the first inning and added another pair of runs in the second inning, taking a 4-0 lead going to the bottom of the second. Glidden-Ralston cut into the West Harrison lead, scoring a run in the home half of the second to trail 4-1 going to the third inning. West Harrison would score another run in the third and then blew the game open in the third, scoring three runs to make the score 8-1 going to the fourth inning. In the fifth inning, West Harrison plated six more runs to lead 14-1 and held the Wildcats scoreless in the home half to win the game.

Glidden-Ralston recorded no hits in the game, plating one run. Wildcat hitters struck out 12 times in the game. Glidden-Ralston used two pitchers combining to go five innings giving up 13 hits and ten earned runs. The loss drops Glidden-Ralston to 5-11 and 4-8 in Rolling Valley play. The Wildcats are back in action on Tuesday at West Central Valley.

Glidden-Ralston Stats

Alex Daniel RS, 2 BB, SB

Colby Wallace BB, HBP

Blayce Nelson LP, 3 2/3 IP, 9 hits, 8 RA, 5 ER, K, 5 BB

Landon Rohrbeck 1 1/3 IP, 4 hits, 6 RA, 5 ER, K, 2 BB


Box Score

Team                        1       2       3      4       5     Final

West Harrison       2       2       1       3       6       14

Glidden-Ralston   0       1       0       0       0        1


Missouri Valley at Audubon

Audubon 2

Missouri Valley 1         (8 Innings)


Audubon picked up an extra-inning win at home Monday night against Missouri Valley. Both teams only threw one pitcher in a pitching matchup. Audubon scored the game’s first run in the bottom of the second. Audubon led the game until the top of the seventh when Missouri Valley tied the game at 1-1. The game went to extra innings, and Audubon held Missouri Valley scoreless in the top half of the eighth inning. In the home half of the eighth inning, Audubon was able to get Aaron Olsen on with two outs via a hit-by-pitch. Evan Alt came to the plate next and hit a ball over the center fielder’s head that scored Olson from first, winning the game for the Wheelers 2-1.

Audubon recorded four hits in the game. Carson Meaike went all eight innings on the hill for the Wheelers picking up the win, giving up four hits, and striking out three Missouri Valley hitters. The win improves Audubon’s record to 4-13 on the season and 2-11 in Western Iowa Conference play. The Wheelers are back in action on Tuesday at Logan-Magnolia.

Audubon Stats

Aaron Olsen 1-3, RS, HBP, SB

Carson Meaike WP, 8 IP, 4 hits, RA, 3 K, BB

Evan Alt 1-3, 2B, RBI, BB

Gavin Larsen 1-3

Cooper Nielsen 1-3, 2B, RS

Brody Schultes RBI


Box Score

Team                         1     2     3      4     5    6     7     8     Final

Missouri Valley       0    0     0      0     0    0    1      0       1

Audubon                  0     1      0      0     0     0    0    1       2


LoMa At IKM-Manning- Varsity Doubleheader 

Game 1 

IKM-Manning 11

LoMa 5


IKM-Manning shut down the Panthers over the final 3 innings while rallying down 5-1 to win. The Wolves used a 7-run top 7th to gain their first lead, then held on behind Reed Hinners on the hill. Hinners went all 7 innings, but after giving up 5 earned runs through the first-five innings, he shut out the Panthers the rest of the game. IKM-Manning responded with a run in the 5th and 2 in the 6th inning, setting up the 7th inning explosion. 

Zander Richards had a big night at the plate, collecting 4 hits with a double, 4 RBI and scoring once. Reed Hinners and Brock Kusel both had a pair of hits with Hinners doubling and scoring twice and Brock scoring once. Bryc Summerfield added a pair of hits and scored once. Lane Sams scored twice. Hinners earned the win going 7 innings, allowing 7 hits and 5 earned runs with 4 strikeouts. 

IKM-Manning Stats

Reed Hinners 2-4, 2B, RBI, 2 RS- PItching WP, 7 IP, 7 Hits, 5 RA, 5 ER, 4 K’s, 3 BB 

Ben Ramsey 1-4, RBI, 2 SB 

Cooper Perdew 1-5, RBI

Bryc Summerfield 2-5, RS

Miles Nuzback 1 RS

Lane Sams 1 RBI, 2 RS, BB, HBP

Ross Kusel 2 RS, 3 BB, 2 SB 

Zander Richards 4-4, 2B, 4 RBI, RS

Brock Kusel 2-4, RS


Box Score

Teams      1    2   3   4   5    6   7    Final

IKM-M       0    1   0    0   1   2   7      11

LoMa        0    2   1    2   0   0   0       5


Game 2

LoMa 6

IKM-Manning 3


Game two played out similar to the first game but the teams switched sides. IKM-Manning got out to the quick lead, scoring a pair of runs in the 1st. They added a run in the 4th to pull within 1-run but didn’t score again the rest of  the game. LoMa started slowly but got their offense going with 3-runs in the 3rd, then 2 more in the 4th to go up 5-2. The Wolves pulled within 2 but they added their final run in the 5th. 

Cooper Perdew and Ross Kusel each had 2 hits and Ben Ramsey and Jace Starman added an RBI each. Kusel, Perdew and Ramsey all scored once. 

The split of the two games moves IKM-Manning to 7-12 on the season. They head to Treynor on Tuesday. 

IKM-Manning Stats

Ben Ramsey 1-4, RBI, RS- Pitching 4 2/3 IP, 4 Hits, 4 RA, 3 ER, 5 K’s, BB

Cooper Perdew 2-4, RS

Jace Starman 1-3, RBI

Ross Kusel 2-3, RS

Zander Richards 2 BB

Brock Kusel 1-2 

Bryc Summerfield 2 1/3 IP, 7 Hits, 3 RA, 2 ER, 2 K’s 


Box Score

Teams     1     2   3     4   5    6    7   Final 

LoMa       0     0   3     2   1    0    0      6

IKM-M      2     0   0     1   0   0    0       3



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