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Season Update

Posted Sunday, April 10th, 2011

21 games down with 5 wins puts the panthers half way through their season.  Next 2 games are on the home field on Tuesday, April 12th starting at 2pm.

Here are the stats for our boys so far.

The Automated ScoreBook
Overall Statistics for Greenville (as of Apr 08, 2011)
(All games Sorted by Batting avg)

Record: 4-15   Home: 0-5   Away: 3-3   Neutral: 1-7   Conference: 3-2


Player                 AVG  GP-GS    AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD%

36 Covert, Daniel...  .456  18-18    57  12  26   4   0   2  11   36  .632   9   0  11   1  .530   0   2   2-2     10   7   3  .850
18 Souhrada, Jared..  .400   4-1      5   1   2   0   0   0   1    2  .400   1   0   2   0  .500   0   0   0-0      0   0   0  .000
 7 Massengill, David  .356  19-19    59  16  21   7   1   0   7   30  .508  12   3   6   2  .486   0   2   3-5     36   4   3  .930
 5 Hobar, Kyle......  .344  19-19    64  12  22   7   0   1  11   32  .500   6   0   5   2  .400   0   4   3-3     31  40  10  .877
 3 Voyles, Scotty...  .333   3-2      6   1   2   1   0   0   0    3  .500   2   0   0   0  .500   0   0   0-0      1   4   4  .556
40 Letizia, Wes.....  .294   6-5     17   3   5   1   0   0   1    6  .353   1   2   3   2  .400   0   0   0-0     11   4   3  .833
 6 Wallace, Adam....  .278  12-12    36   8  10   2   0   0   5   12  .333   3   2   8   1  .366   0   0   1-1     68  11   8  .908
20 Siddle, Ryan.....  .273  11-8     22   6   6   1   0   0   2    7  .318   8   2   6   0  .500   0   0   0-0      8   1   0 1.000
12 Lawson, Cole.....  .265  18-18    49   7  13   4   0   0  11   17  .347   8   2  14   0  .377   2   1   4-7     33   3   1  .973
14 Brown, Ben.......  .250  11-10    28   3   7   3   0   0   6   10  .357   3   0  12   1  .312   1   0   1-1     17  25   2  .955
44 Hubbard, Justin..  .246  18-18    61   7  15   3   0   1   9   21  .344   6   2  16   1  .333   0   0   0-0    117   6   3  .976
13 Quirin, Alex.....  .240  12-7     25   5   6   1   0   1   8   10  .400   4   1   6   3  .355   1   0   0-0     32   5   2  .949
 4 Trager, Kenny....  .210  19-19    62  14  13   4   1   0  12   19  .306   9   3   9   6  .333   1   0   3-3     13  22   3  .921
25 Mitchell, Tyler..  .182   9-7     22   1   4   2   0   0   1    6  .273   1   0   9   0  .217   0   0   0-0      4   3   1  .875
22 Goldsmith, Dylan.  .091  10-7     22   3   2   0   0   0   1    2  .091   2   0   2   0  .167   0   1   0-0     17   9   4  .867
45 Cerutti, Reid....  .000   4-0      4   0   0   0   0   0   0    0  .000   0   0   2   1  .000   0   0   0-0      0   0   0  .000
10 Rudow, Dakota....  .000   4-1      2   1   0   0   0   0   0    0  .000   0   0   1   0  .000   0   0   0-0      1   0   0 1.000
30 Ferguson, Paul...  .000   1-0      1   1   0   0   0   0   0    0  .000   0   0   0   0  .000   0   0   0-0      0   1   1  .500
35 Albert, Campbell.  .000   1-0      1   0   0   0   0   0   0    0  .000   0   0   0   0  .000   0   0   0-0      0   0   0  .000
11 Pezan, Tim.......  .000   2-0      0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0  .000   0   0   0   0  .000   0   0   0-0      0   0   0  .000
19 Hall, Justin.....  .000   1-0      0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0  .000   0   0   0   0  .000   0   0   0-0      0   0   0  .000

Totals..............  .284  19-19   543 101 154  40   2   5  86  213  .392  75  17 112  20  .384   5  10  17-22   402 158  49  .920
Opponents...........  .308  19-19   549 151 169  39   5  11 133  251  .457  94  28  99   6  .429   7  16  45-57   420 202  33  .950

LOB - Team (129), Opp (141). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (23). IBB - Team (3), Hubbard 2, Hobar 1, Opp (1). Picked off -
Mitchell 1, Hubbard 1, Siddle 1, Lawson 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

Player                 ERA   W-L   APP  GS  CG SHO/CBO SV    IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO

29 Lustig, Clint....  0.00   0-0     1   0   0   0/0    0   1.0   0   0   0   0   0
25 Mitchell, Tyler..  2.08   0-1     4   2   0   0/0    0   8.2   7   7   2  10   3
14 Brown, Ben.......  3.38   0-0     3   0   0   0/0    0   2.2   5   3   1   0   4
 7 Massengill, David  3.86   2-1     5   3   1   0/0    0  18.2  16  14   8   7  17
 3 Voyles, Scotty...  5.40   1-0     3   0   0   0/0    1   5.0   8   3   3   2   1
30 Ferguson, Paul...  6.75   0-0     2   0   0   0/0    0   4.0   6   5   3   3   2
36 Covert, Daniel...  7.16   0-4     6   5   0   0/0    0  27.2  34  32  22  21  26
40 Letizia, Wes.....  8.03   1-1     7   0   0   0/0    0  12.1  15  12  11   4  10
 1 Hinterscher, Cod.  8.36   0-2     4   2   0   0/0    0  14.0  10  16  13  18  13
15 Wittmer, Michael.  8.56   0-3     7   2   0   0/0    0  13.2  24  19  13   4   8
27 Reckmann, Derek..  8.59   0-2     6   5   0   0/0    0  22.0  32  28  21  18  12
 9 Chain, Cody...... 18.00   0-1     3   0   0   0/0    0   2.0   6   4   4   3   2
44 Hubbard, Justin.. 27.00   0-0     1   0   0   0/0    0   1.0   5   3   3   0   0
41 Heiden, Eric..... 33.75   0-0     3   0   0   0/0    0   1.1   1   5   5   4   1

Totals..............  7.32   4-15   19  19   1   0/0    1 134.0 169 151 109  94  99
Opponents...........  5.53  15-4    19  19   2   3/1    5 140.0 154 101  86  75 112

PB - Team (6), Wallace 4, Quirin 2, Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (3), Covert, Dan 1, Quirin 1, Reckmann 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT -
Wallace (29-38), Quirin (16-18), Covert, Dan (11-13), Reckmann (7-11), Wittmer (8-9), Mitchell (3-5), Letizia (5-5),
Hinterscher (3-5), Massengill (3-4), Heiden (3-3), Voyles (1-1), Hubbard (1-1).



The Automated ScoreBook Overall Statistics for Greenville (as of Apr 08, 2011) (All games Sorted by Fielding pct) Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI 27 Reckmann, Derek.. 14 3 11 0 1.000 0 7 4 .636 0 0 20 Siddle, Ryan..... 9 8 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 15 Wittmer, Michael. 2 0 2 0 1.000 0 8 1 .889 0 0 10 Rudow, Dakota.... 1 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 44 Hubbard, Justin.. 126 117 6 3 .976 9 1 0 1.000 0 0 12 Lawson, Cole..... 37 33 3 1 .973 1 0 0 --- 0 0 14 Brown, Ben....... 44 17 25 2 .955 5 0 0 --- 0 0 13 Quirin, Alex..... 39 32 5 2 .949 0 16 2 .889 2 0 7 Massengill, David 43 36 4 3 .930 1 3 1 .750 0 0 4 Trager, Kenny.... 38 13 22 3 .921 3 0 0 --- 0 0 6 Wallace, Adam.... 87 68 11 8 .908 0 29 9 .763 4 0 5 Hobar, Kyle...... 81 31 40 10 .877 8 0 0 --- 0 0 25 Mitchell, Tyler.. 8 4 3 1 .875 0 3 2 .600 0 0 22 Goldsmith, Dylan. 30 17 9 4 .867 1 0 0 --- 0 0 36 Covert, Daniel... 20 10 7 3 .850 0 11 2 .846 0 0 40 Letizia, Wes..... 18 11 4 3 .833 0 5 0 1.000 0 0 3 Voyles, Scotty... 9 1 4 4 .556 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 30 Ferguson, Paul... 2 0 1 1 .500 0 0 0 --- 0 0 9 Chain, Cody...... 1 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 45 Cerutti, Reid.... 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 29 Lustig, Clint.... 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 1 Hinterscher, Cod. 0 0 0 0 .000 0 3 2 .600 0 0 19 Hall, Justin..... 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 41 Heiden, Eric..... 0 0 0 0 .000 0 3 0 1.000 0 0 35 Albert, Campbell. 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 18 Souhrada, Jared.. 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 11 Pezan, Tim....... 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 0 0 Totals.............. 609 402 158 49 .920 12 45 12 .789 6 0 Opponents........... 655 420 202 33 .950 23 17 5 .773 3 0
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Season kicks off

Posted Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Baseball season is officially in full swing. The weather has thrown us some curve balls but we’ve managed to get a few games under our belts plus a week long string of games in Florida. Here are some updates from that week.

On the bus heading to Winter Haven, Chain of Lakes Park, to take on Edgewood in a DH today @ 1:30 pm. EST. Pics, score updates to follow.

Down 3-0 to Edgewood, Panthers score 3 in the bottom of the 4th to tie the game. Tied 3-3 in the top of the 5th.

Panthers drop the first game to Edgewood 6-4. Game 2 about to start. Let’s go Panthers!!

Panthers lose 2 tough games today. 5-2 final in Game 2. Back at it tomorrow.

Panthers drop a DH on Tuesday to Anderson University. Scores were 4-0 and 11-7.

Tomorrow is a day off. Heading to Lakeland, FL. to watch the Redbirds play the Detroit Tigers in a spring training ballgame.

Off day. Heading to Detroit Tigers spring training game vs the Redbirds this afternoon! Great day for MORE baseball :)

Panthers are back on the field today. DH vs Ripon starting at 3pm. Let’s get 2!

Panthers split a DH vs. St. Norbert today in Florida on getaway day. The win came in the 2nd game in come-from-behind walk-off fashion. Now the long trip home.

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Eureka Series pt.2 (5-4-10)

Posted Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Sorry for not updating in a while, its crunch time here and I have a really full class schedule.

This series was another sweep for the Panthers, but despite having been beaten 3 games in a row by the Panthers, Eureka’s Red Devils were an extremely classy team and fed us after the 3rd game.

Game 2:

Stefan Neece scored in the first inning after hitting a double, he was brought in on an rbi single by Brian Hobbie.  Eureka answered back with a run of their own in the bottom of the first to tie the game up.  Kye Winter scored in the 2nd on a sac fly by David Massengill, and Cole Lawson scored on an error by the Eureka Left fielder.  The third inning was the big inning for Greenville.  A lead off triple by Hobbie started the rally.  He was brought in by a sac fly from Kenny Trager.  Winter and Adam Wallace both scored on a hit from Massengill to bring 2 more runs to the table.  Kyle Hobar cleared all three bases with a triple to bring the score to 8-1.  Eureka scored one more run in the 3rd but it was answered with Trager advancing to home on a wild pitch.  Eureka began to come back in the fifth and sixth, scoring a total 5 runs, but Greenville scored 3 more in the 7th.  Hobar scored Massengill and Lawson on a single and Neece scored Hobar on a single of his own bringing the final score to 12-7

Game 3:

This game started off with the Panthers behind 3 runs.  Greenville was the home team this game and in the bottom of the first, came back 2 runs from Massengill and Hobar.  The Red Devils let the Panthers know that it wouldn’t be that easy this time around by setting Greenville back two more runs by the third.  In the bottom of the third, Neece decided it was time to bring the Panthers back in the game by cranking a shot to dead center field to score both himself and Hobar who was on first.  Trager also scored this inning on an rbi single from Wallace.  The fourth inning brought more runs Greenville’s way from Juan Mondragon and Massengill to overtake the Red Devils.  Eureka brought it within one run again by scoring in the fifth, but it wasn’t enough.  Trager and Winter scored again in the bottom of the fifth, and Neece homered again in the sixth to score himself, Hobar, and Massengill.  Hobbie also scored on a sac bunt by Daniel Covert to make the final score of the game 13-6

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Westminster Series (4-18-10)

Posted Friday, April 23rd, 2010

The Panthers traveled to Westminster to take on the Blue Jays in a 3 game series.

Game 1:

This game started off with the Panthers as the home team at Westminster.  The Blue Jays scored one run in the top of the first. With two outs Stefan Neece hit a bomb of a home run to right field to tie the game up.  In the 2nd inning Freshmen Kenny Trager and Adam Wallace both scored on RBI singles.  The 3rd inning brought about the first of 8 walks this weekend for Stefan Neece.  In the sixth inning, at a score of 3-1 with Trager on base from a single, Freshman Kye Winter cranked a home run over the left field fence.  This ball was a lazer, it was never more than 8 feet off the ground and got out of the ball park in a hurry. Westminster started to come back in the 7th but David Massengill scored another run to bring the final score to 6-4 after the top of the ninth inning

Game 2:

This game was a pitchers duel until the 5th inning.  Matt Leefers threw a fantastic game while wearing teammate Ben Brown’s cleats.  Leefers’ tore before the game started and Brown stepped up and lent him his.  No runs were scored on either side until the 5th inning when 3 runs were scored due to great base running by Kyle Hobar, David Massengill, and Stefan Neece.  Kye Winter scored on an unearned run in the 6th inning and Kenny Trager scored in the 7th to shut the Blue Jays out 5-0

Game 3:

The Panthers opened this game up with 6 runs in the first inning.  David Massengill, Stefan Neece, Brian Hobbie, Justin Hubbard, Kenny Trager and Scott Voyles all touched them all to give Greenville a substantial lead.  From this point the game was over, Kye Winter gave up only 3 hits and shut out Westminster again 8-0

This brought the Panthers to a 19-8 over all record and an 11-2 conference record

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Eureka Series pt.1 (4-14-10)

Posted Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

This was an interesting game to say the least.  There was a mix up with the umpires and when the games were supposed to be played.  Because of this problem we got off the ground two hours late and only played one game.  We called in a high school umpire to call balls and strikes and freshman Ben Brown’s dad (who happens to be an umpire as well) was at the game and was called in to be the field umpire.

The start of the game did not look well for the Panthers.  After allowing 7 runs in the top of the first inning and only scoring 1 in the bottom of the inning, it looked like we were going to get destroyed.  Turns out, the Panthers were just biding their time.  Daniel Covert was called in and began mowing Eureka down. Holding the Red Devils scoreless the next 5 innings, the hit parade began.  The first run scored by the Panthers was a momentum changer.  With two outs Stefan Neece stepped to the plate and launched one deep over the right center wall.  Two runs were scored in the second inning making the score 7-3, and it stayed that way until after the 4th inning. Eureka scored one more in the top of the fifth to push the Panthers just out of reach again.  With two runners on in the bottom of the 5th David Massengill cranked a fastball over the right field fence to make the score 8-6, and we had a ball game on our hands.  The Panthers tied the game in the bottom of the 8th after Kyle Hobar was hit by a pitch.  Stefan Neece again saw his opportunity and crushed his second home run of the day over dead center field landing in the parking lot for the soccer field.  Matt Leefers was called in to close the door on the Red Devils which he did with no problems.  It was crunch time in the bottom of the 9th.  With 2 outs Kenny Trager got on base. Juan Mondragon was called in cold off the bench to pinch run and get fresh legs on the bases.  He stole second with ease.  It all came down to Adam Wallace.  He got the bunt sign from Coach Carlson at 3rd base and squared around. Foul ball.   He squared around again and pulled back.  Ball 1.  He squared around a 3rd time.  Foul ball, strike 2.  Then with the game riding on his shoulders, Wallace plugged the hole between the short stop and 3rd baseman to score Mondragon and win the game.

The Panthers’ are now 8-2 in conference play and are nipping at the heels of Webster.  The other two games in this series are scheduled to be played at Eureka later on.

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