PREP BASEBALL: No-hitter for Lutes leads BCLUW past Wolverines

BEAMAN – Tyler Lutes struck out 10 in a four-inning no-hitter and the BCLUW baseball team blanked GMG 15-0 on Tuesday night.

Lutes surrendered three walks but no hits in the win, while the Comets (1-0) backed him with 10 runs worth of support in the bottom of the first.

Max Callaway had a two-run single in the first inning and finished with three RBIs for BCLUW. Lane Caster contributed an RBI double during the four-run second.

Mitch Miller and Taylor Sams tacked on singles for the Comets, who were recipients of 14 walks and one hit batsman. Austin Vaughn took the loss for GMG.

GMG opens Iowa Star Conference play at home tonight against Don Bosco. BCLUW plays Thursday at Aplington-Parkersburg.

West Marshall 3, Colo-NESCO 2

STATE CENTER – Jared Johnson drove in Nolan Sinning with a walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifting West Marshall to a 3-2 victory in Tuesday’s make-up of Monday’s originally scheduled season opener.

Sinning scored two of the Trojans’ three runs, reaching base with a single and two walks. He also stole two bases.

West Marshall pitcher Jared Riemenschneider went the distance on the mound, allowing five hits and two runs – none earned – with a walk and eight strikeouts. The Trojans play again Thursday at Hudson.

Brandyn Niemeyer took the loss in relief of J.T. Adams for Colo-NESCO, which scored both of its runs in the sixth.


Iowa Falls-Alden 11, AGWSR 1, 6 innings

IOWA FALLS – The AGWSR baseball team was limited to three hits in its season opener, an 11-1, six-inning loss at Iowa Falls-Alden.

Austin Williams doubled and drove in AGWSR’s lone run, plating Sully Hofmeister in the fifth inning to cut the Cadets’ lead to 3-1. But Iowa Falls-Alden tallied seven runs in the bottom half to put the game on ice.

Brandon Johnson and Braden Bonewitz both added singles for the Cougars. Starting pitcher Clayton Bohner took the loss, allowing seven runs – three earned – over 4 2/3 innings. He walked six and struck out eight.