1 Season Record Conference Record 8-8 (5 th Place) PLAYOFFS JUNE June 2 (Regional Final) - Sun Prairie 8, Hartford 0 (10-14) At Sun Prairie, the Cardinals jumped out to an early 4-0 lead after two innings and the Orioles couldn't get any closer. Hartford was able to get runners on base all night, but the Orioles finished 0-9 with runners in scoring position. Down 4-0 in the 5th, Hartford loaded the bases with no outs. Sun Prairie was able to get out of the inning by getting a pop out, followed by an inning-ending double-play. George Trawitzki started on the mound for the Orioles, and was following by Zach Lutz, Tucker Crabtree and Garrett Thomas. MAY May 30 (Regional Semi-Finals) - Hartford 4 (10-13), DeForest 0 At DeForest, Hartford scored a run in each of the first two and last two innings to propel the Orioles to the playoff win. Austin Brewer (4-2) was dominant on the mound as he threw a complete-game 3-hitter. Brewer walked none and struck out four, as he allowed only four base runners the entire game. Offensively, the Orioles got the most out of their five hits by stringing baserunners together. In the first inning, Myles Zimdars drew a lead-off walk and came around to score on a wild pitch after stealing second base. Jacob Bickert hit a sacrifice fly in the second to score courtesy runner Bobby Crandall. After pinch runner Zach Lutz stole second base, he ended up scoring on a balk in the sixth inning. In the 7th, Blake Larazis laced an RBI single to score Garrett Thomas from second. END OF REGULAR SEASON May 25 - Hartford 7, Kewaskum 3 (9-13) At Kewaskum, the Orioles scored all seven runs in the first three innings in building a lead they would never relinquish. Blake Lazaris and Griff Lukes accumulted three hits in the game, while Lukes also drove in three runs. Cody Guetzke, Zach Braun and Scott Savage each put up two hits as Hartford piled up 14 on the night.
2 Lukes, Guetzke, Lazaris, Braun and Brandon Teske each had an RBI on the evening. Austin Brewer (3-2) threw 5 1/3 innings allowing only two earned runs and striking out six. Brewer kept the Indians off balance all day and Tucker Crabtree didn't give up a hit in the final 1 2/3 innings. May 24 - Kenosha Tremper 4, Hartford 2 (8-13) At Kenosha, Hartford rallied to tie the game at 2 but #7 ranked Tremper added a single run in the 3rd and 6th to take the victory. George Trawitzki (1-1) threw 5 innings giving up three earned runs and Tucker Crabtree came in relief and threw a scoreless inning. Offensively, the Orioles stranded 10 runners and struggled to get a hit with runners in scoring position. Hartford accumulated nine hits, including Myles Zimdars 4-4 performance with two doubles and an RBI. Scott Savage accumulated two hits on the evening, including one walk. Unfortunately, the Orioles loaded the bases in both the 6th and 7th innings but were not able to put a run across. May 18 - Hartford 8 (8-12, 8-8), Milwaukee Lutheran 4 On Senior Night at West Side, the Orioles finished off the season sweep against Milwaukee Lutheran with the victory. Hartford scored in all but one inning to put the pressure on the Red Knights, and the offense was led by Cody Guetzke's 2-4 night and 3 RBI's. Blake Lazaris, Griff Lukes and Tucker Crabtree also accumulated two hits a piece for Hartford, and six total players collected an RBI. Myles Zimdars drew three walks, scored two runs and stole one base to set the tone for the Hartford offense. On the mound, Tucker Crabtree (2-5) threw 6 innings while striking out six batters and walking only two. George Trawitzki threw the final inning to seal the victory for Hartford. May 17 - Hartford 5 (7-12, 7-8), Catholic Memorial 2 At West Side Park, Hartford defeated #1 State-Ranked in D2 Catholic Memorial by scoring four runs in the bottom of the 6th inning. Trailing 2-1 entering the 6th inning, Scott Savage led off the inning with a single. Griff Lukes laid down a sac bunt that was misplayed by the Crusaders pitcher to allow both runners to be safe. With two on and no outs, Jake Savana laid down another sac bunt that caused a throw to first to be a bit up the line, and allowed all runners to be safe. With no outs and the bases loaded, Nick Vogel hit an rbi single to advance each runner one base. With the score tied, Garrett Thomas drew a bases loaded walk to put the Orioles up 3-2. Still with no outs, Jacob Bickert hit a two-run single to left to put the lead to three runs. Austin Brewer (2-2) went the distance for the Orioles by throwing a CG 5-hitter, striking out three and walking none. This was only the second loss for Catholic Memorial on the season. May 16 - Hartford 12 (6-12, 6-8), Milwaukee Lutheran 2 At Milwaukee Lutheran, starter Zach Braun (1-0) earned his first varsity victory by going 4 innings and striking out five. Relievers George Trawitzki and Zach Lutz gave up only one hit between them in 3 innings of relief to keep the Red Knights from scoring. The offense put together two different 5-run innings to break the game open. The Orioles pounded out 16 hits, with five different players accumulating multiple hits on the evening. Griff Lukes was 3-5 with two doubles, two runs and four RBI's. Scott Savage was 3-4 with two doubles, two runs a walk and two RBI's. Blake Lazaris was 3-5 with a triple and four runs scored. Both Cody Guetzke and Brandon Teske piled up two hits to help pace the Hartford attack.the Orioles also drew five walks and stole three bases en route to the victory. May 13 (Game 2) - Westosha Central 13, Hartford 1 (5-12) (5 innings) At Westosha Central, the Falcons scored all 13 runs in the third and fourth innings to breeze past the Orioles. Started Zach Lutz (0-3) put up two scoreless innings before Central was able to put runs on the board. Lutz went 2 1/3 innings in total, Nick Vogel pitched an inning in relief, Myles Zimdars recorded 1/3 innings of work as did Zach Braun. The offense for the Oriole struggled to get base runners, as Hartford compiled four hits and
3 three walks. Cody Guetzke reached base twice on two walks and Jacob Bickert had a single and drew a walk to reach twice as well. Blake Lazaris plated the only run after an RBI single in the fifth to score Bickert. May 13 (Game 1) - Westosha Central 11, Hartford 2 (5-11) At Westosha Central, Hartford's defense committed four errors that led to six unearned runs and propelled Westosha Central to an early led. Tucker Crabtree (1-5) started on the mound and gave up three earned runs in 1 2/3 innings of work. Garrett Thomas came in relief and threw 4 1/3 innings striking out five and giving up only two earned runs. Hartford's offense put up six hits and drew four walks, but managed only one hit with a runner in scoring position. Scott Savage was 2-3 with an RBI single in the fourth inning to score Cody Guetzke. Savage would later score Hartford's second run on a Thomas RBI. May 11 - Beaver Dam 5, Hartford 2 (5-10, 5-8) At West Side, the Orioles compiled eight hits but managed only two runs in a conference loss to Beaver Dam. After jumping to a 5-0 lead, Scott Savage laced a two-run double to right-center the closed the gap to 5-2. With runners on second and third, Blake Lazaris laced a liner down the third base line and Hartford had a runner gunned down at home. The Orioles weren't able to manage any other scoring opportunities, as Hartford stranded nine runners in the game. Austin Brewer (1-2) threw 4 1/3 innings on the mound, as George Trawitzki and Garrett Thomas closed out the innings for Hartford. May 9 - Beaver Dam 5, Hartford 4 (5-9, 5-7) At Beaver Dam, Hartford jumped out to an early lead but couldn't hold off the Beavers 5th inning rally. To lead off the game, Myles Zimdars stroked a double to right field and advanced to third on a Cody Guetzke bunt single. With one out, Scott Savage ripped a liner back to the pitcher and scored Zimdars on a fielder's choice. After Beaver Dam took a 2-1 lead, Cody Guetzke had an RBI single to tie the game in the fifth. In the bottom half of the inning, the Beavers scored three runs to take a 5-2 lead. Hartford battled back to within one and had a man on second with no outs in the top of the 7th, but couldn't plate the tying run. Tucker Crabtree (1-4) threw 4 2/3 innings allowing two earned runs, and George Trawitzki and Garrett Thomas each put up scoreless work in relief. May 5 - Hartford 6 (5-8, 5-6), Wisconsin Lutheran 2 At Wisconsin Lutheran, Austin Brewer (1-1) came within one out of a complete game shutout as the Orioles won their third straight game. Brewer threw 6 2/3 innings, giving up six hits and striking out five batters. George Trawitzki picked up his first varsity save as he came in to get the final out with the bases loaded. Hartford jumped out to a 6-0 lead on a blustery day by stringing hits together. The Orioles didn't have any extra base hits, but Blake Lazaris (3-3) and Jake Savana helped pace Hartford. Nick Vogel drove in two runs on the night, along with Jacob Bickert's and Lazaris driving in one run each. Hartford stole four bases, drew four walks and banged out 11 hits to help put pressure on the Vikings defense. May 4 - Hartford 12 (4-8, 4-6), Wisconsin Lutheran 2 (5 innings) At West Side Park, the Orioles were led by a strong pitching performance by Tucker Crabtree (1-3) en route to the win. Crabtree threw a CG two-hitter, walking none and striking out four batters. After giving up two runs in the top of the first inning, the Orioles offense dominated by scoring the final 12 runs of the game. Six players had multiple hits in the game (Myles Zimdars, Cody Guetzke, Griff Lukes, Blake Lazaris, Jake Savana and Nick Vogel). Nine different players drove in at least one run in the game, and both Guetzke and pitcher Crabtree drove in two runs. Hartford slugged six extra base hits as Zimdars had both a double and triple against the Vikings. The Orioles offense put up five runs in the first, four runs in the third, two in the fourth and one clinching run in the fifth.
4 April 2017 April 29 (Game 2)- Hartford 13 (3-8, 3-6), Watertown 7 At West Side Park, the Hartford offense exploded for 17 hits and 13 runs in beating the Goslings. The Orioles jumped out to an early 5-0 lead, but Watertown responded with four runs in the bottom of the third inning. Hartford would respond with four runs in each of the fourth and fifth innings to build a 13-5 lead. Hartford had four players collect multiple hits, and 10 total players collected at least a hit on the night. Scott Savage was 3-5 with a double, triple, three runs and five RBI's. Zach Braun was also 3-5 with a double, one run and one RBI. Jake Savana was 3-4 with a 2 RBI's and Nick Vogel finished 2-2 with a walk and 3 RBI's. In addition to the 17 hits, Hartford drew four walks and stole four bases. On the mound, starter Tucker Crabtree went 2 2/3 innings giving up four runs while striking out one. Reliever Georgre Trawitzki (1-0) picked up his first varsity victory by going three innings, giving up three runs and striking out two batters. Vogel finished the final 1 1/3 innings to seal the victory. April 29 (Game 1) - Watertown 4, Hartford 1 (2-8, 2-6) At West Side Park, the Goslings scored the final four runs in the game to overcome an early deficit against the Orioles. Hartford got on the board first in the second inning on an RBI double by Scott Savage. The doubled scored Garrett Thomas, who was courtesy running for Zach Braun, after Braun led off the innings with a double of his own. The Orioles would have a runner cut down at home in the inning as Hartford tried to extend its lead. Braun led the offense in game one going 2-3, as Savage collected the only other hit for Hartford. Watertown was able to get on the board in the third inning by scoring two runs, as both runs starter Austin Brewer (0-1) gave up in the inning were unearned. Brewer threw five innings giving up three total runs and striking out four. Zimdars threw two innings in relief giving up one hit, one run and striking out two. April 25 - Oconomowoc 9, Hartford 2 (2-7, 2-5) At Roosevelt Field, Oconomowoc (ranked #4 in D1 state rankings) used a six-run second inning to put the Orioles away early. Hartford scored two runs in the fifth to cut the lead deficit to four runs. Nick Vogel led off the fifth with a double to right field, an Myles Zimdars scored Vogel on an RBI groundout. After a single by Cody Guetzke, Griff Lukes had an RBI double scoring Guetzke. The Orioles wouldn't collect another hit on the afternoon. Garrett Thomas (1-1) started on the mound and went 1 1/3 innings for the Orioles. Myles Zimdars came in relief and threw four innings, while Vogel threw the final 2/3 innings. April 24 - Oconomowoc 6, Hartford 4 (2-6, 2-4) At West Side Park, Oconomowoc (ranked #4 in D1 state rankings) was led by a strong pitching performance in the victory of the Orioles. Hartford's offense was led by Blake Lazaris reaching base three times, and Cody Guetzke's two RBI's. Myles Zimdars had a run-scoring triple in the seventh to bring the Orioles close, but the rally would come up just short. The Oriole struck out 12 times on the night, and accumulated only six hits on the evening. Tucker Crabtree (0-3) started for Hartford and threw 3 1/3 innings giving up five runs, while Austin Brewer pitched 3 2/3 innings of relief giving up one run on two hits. The Hartford defense made four errors as Oconomowoc was able to take advantage of an un-characteristic poor defense game. April 22 - Kettle Moraine Lutheran 5, Hartford 4 (2-5) At KML, Hartford scored a run in the second to lead the Chargers but KML tacked on runs in the third, fourth and sixth innings to beat the Orioles. Zach Lutz (0-2) started on the mound for Hartford and threw three innings allowing three runs and George Trawitzki finished the final three innings giving up two runs. The offense was paced by Myles Zimdars' two hit and only four other Orioles were able to produce a hit. Griff Lukes two-run single brought Hartford to within one run in the sixth inning, but KML responded by scoring a run in the bottom
5 of the inning. Hartford threatened in the seventh, as Cody Guetzke singled home a run to draw the game to within one again, but the Orioles flew out with runners on first and third to end the game. April 19 - Arrowhead 12, Hartford 2 (2-4, 2-3) (6 innings) At Arrowhead, the Warhawks (ranked #7 in the D1 state rankings) belted three home runs and used a secondinning grand slam to build a five-run lead on Hartford. Nick Vogel (0-1) started for the Orioles on the mound and went 1 1/3 innings and was followed by Austin Brewer (3 2/3 innings) and Griff Lukes (2/3 innings). Hartford's offense put up six hits and induced five walks, but baserunning mistakes in the first and second innings took away a few scoring chances. Nick Vogel and Garrett Thomas collected the lone RBI's for Hartford on the night. April 18 - Catholic Memorial 3, Hartford 1 (2-3, 2-2) At Infinity Fields in Waukesha, the Crusaders (ranked #2 in D2 state rankings) scored two runs in the first inning aided by two Hartford errors, and the Orioles could not overcome the early deficit. Tucker Crabtree (0-2) threw four innings while giving up five hits and no earned runs. George Trawitzki threw the final two innings, giving up only one hit. Hartford struggled to put the ball in play against the Crusaders ace, and the Orioles struck out 11 times. The offense was able to load the bases in the first inning off of three consecutive hits, but couldn't capitalize as the next two batters struck out and grounded out, respectively. Hartford wasn't able to put another rally together until the seventh inning, when the first two batters reached on walks. After a strike out, Cody Guetzke hit a sharp ground ball to the second baseman that resulted in an error. Blake Lazaris scored on the play, but the Orioles couldn't put another run across during the comeback effort. April 11 - Arrowhead 1, Hartford 0 (2-2, 2-1) At West Side Park, a pitcher's dual went Arrowhead's (ranked #8 in D1 state rankings) way with a 7th inning run to beat the Orioles. Tucker Crabtree (0-1) pitched a gem as he threw a complete game two-hitter, allowing just one run and striking out seven. Crabtree kept the Warhawks off-balance all night and received great defense behind him. The game only featured four total hits on the cold day, as Myles Zimdars and Cody Guetzke collected those for Hartford. The Orioles did manage three walks, and had runners on first and second with one out in the first, but couldn't capitalize on the opportunity. Arrowhead scored their lone run on a squeeze bunt with one out in the seventh. April 8 - Hartford 9 (2-1, 2-0), Slinger 2 At Slinger, the Hartford offense slugged out 14 hits, including four extra base hits to overcome an early deficit. Slinger scored the first run of the game off started Garrett Thomas (1-0), but Thomas would only allow one more run over five innings of work. He only allowed two hits and struck out one batter. The offense scored in four straight innings to open up an 8-1 lead through five innings. In a four-run fifth, Scott Savage started the inning off with a double. Blake Lazaris would drive Savage in with a single, and Myles Zimdars would drive him in with a double of his own. After the next two batters were hit by pitch, Zach Braun and Nick Vogel followed with back-to-back RBI singles. Hartford would bat around in the fifth inning, and would tack on another run in the 7th, to sweep the season series over Slinger. April 6 - Hartford 8 (1-1, 1-0), Slinger 5 At West Side Park, the Orioles jumped out to a four run lead and never relinquished the early lead. Austin Brewer started on the mound and went 2 2/3 innings giving up three runs but Myles Zimdars (1-0) came in relief to receive his first victory on varsity. Zimdars threw 1 2/3 innings giving up one hit and one run. Tucker Crabtree recorded the final eight outs for his first save of the year. The offense was led by Griff Lukes and Myles Zimdars. Lukes doubled twice, walked twice and drove in two runs. Zimdars doubled and also drove in
6 two runs. Hartford walked five times, stole five bases and took advantage of three Slinger errors to roll to the victory. April 1 - Hortonville 4, Hartford 2 (0-1) In the season-opener, Hartford scored two runs in the bottom of the 4th inning to close the gap to two runs. The Orioles couldn't get any closer despite getting five baserunners over the final three innings. Zach Lutz (0-1) started on the mound and went two innings, giving up three runs. Austin Brewer came in and pitched four innings in relief giving up only one run while striking out three. Griff Lukes pitched a scoreless 7th. The offense was led by Blake Lazaris' two hit performance, as the Orioles collected eight hits. Nick Vogel and Brandon Teske both reached base twice, as Teske and Myles Zimdars drove in the lone runs for Hartford.
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Page 1 2017 AZBOA Test Study Guide AZBOA 2017 BASEBALL TEST STUDY GUIDE Questions are ALPHABETIZED for EASY reference! Match the Test Question here! Answer A Answer B Answer C Answer D Page in Rule Book
19 LESSON # 7 (You ll need to go to a baseball diaond.) DRAW: each of the following (use the drawing of the baseball diaond, as needed, showing where each player plays): A Pitcher A Batter A Fielder Fielding
MARION BOYS BASEBALL 2018 PONY LEAGUE RULES 1. ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must be at least 7 years old and no more than 9 years old as of April 1st of the current baseball season. Players may lose their eligibility
FARM DIVISION RULES Spring 2017 Official Game: 6 innings or Time Limit (whichever comes first). Time Limit: No new inning can start after 1 hour, 40 minutes. Pitching: SEE PITCHING LIMITS BELOW. Batting:
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LEVEL 2.0 7573 HERE COMES THE STRIKEOUT BY LEONARD KESSLER In the spring the birds sing. The grass is green. Boys and girls run to play BASEBALL. Bobby plays baseball too. He can run the bases fast. He
Tactical Games for Pitcher Coach Kyle Nelson Copyright 2016 Cornerstone Coaching Academy 1 Why Tactical Games Are Important Planning baseball practices that are competitive, game-like, fun, fast paced,
2011 HASTINGS LITTLE LEAGUE RULES Major and Minor League These rules supersede the Official Little League Rules when covering the same situation. In all other cases the Official Little League Rule Book
2018 YOUTH BASEBALL RULES (AGES 7 9) Coach Pitch Sports Branch Semper Fit Division Marine Corps Community Services Lejeune New River, NC Eligibility and Participation 1. Participants must be 7 years of
LOUISIANA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2012 BASEBALL RULES STUDY QUESTIONS LHSAA Study Guide questions: The LHSAA test questions are TRUE / FALSE and MULTIPLE CHOICE. They will mainly come from the
C o p y r i g h t 2 0 0 7 A l l R i g h t s R e s e r v e d w w w. h i t t i n g s u c c e s s. c o m 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Offensive Communication 101 2 Touch Signs 3 Descriptive Hand Signals 9 Verbal Cues
CYA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT RULES 2016 ALL MANAGERS MUST REPORT SCORES TO TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR AFTER EACH GAME. The 2016 Little League Baseball Rule Book with Tournament Rules and Guidelines for all general
Midget League Rules One-Pager, 2016 Game length is first to occur of 1 hour and 30 minutes, 6 innings or mathematical elimination; run limit is 5 runs per inning Batter gets 6 pitches with unlimited foul
Bronco League Rules and Guidelines POINTS OF EMPHASIS The Bronco League will continue to focus on building a solid foundation of baseball fundamentals. Controlled base stealing will be introduced in an
1 Top Notch Tournaments - Impact Baseball Youth Rules National Federation High School Rules will be used with the following notations. If there are conflicts with the printed NFHS Rules, the Impact Baseball
SUN CITIES SENIOR SOFTBALL 70 s LEAGUE RULES December 1, 2017 The League is governed by Senior Softball USA rules except as modified for 70 s League. Contents: A. General B. Organization C. Uniforms D.
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