The Milton baseball team fended off Arrowhead in a nonconference game, 2-1, Saturday, May 8, in Hartland.
The Red Hawks scored in the top of the second and fifth, while Arrowhead scored its lone run in the bottom of the seventh.
Jack Campion pitched lights out in six innings, giving up for hits, no runs, while striking out four batters.
Campion also picked up a hit and RBI at the plate.
Milton 4, Madison 0
Evan Jackson tossed a gem on the hill, leading Milton to a Badger South win over visiting Madison Edgewood Thursday, May 6, in Milton.
Jackson pitched a complete-game, allowing three hits and no runs. He walked just one batter while racking up 12 strikeouts.
Jackson also drove in a run at the plate in the victory. Jack Campion picked up a hit and scored one run. Ian Lilla collected one RBI out of the leadoff spot for the Red Hawks.
The Crusaders committed six errors in the loss while Milton had a clean sheet in the field.
Milton 12, Edgewood 9
The Red Hawks scored 11 runs the final two innings — including a grand slam from Luke Hessenauer — as Milton earned a Badger South victory over Madison Edgewood Wednesday, May 5, on the road.
Hessenauer’s late-inning homer accounted for four of his game-high seven RBIs.
The Red Hawks trailed 3-1 heading into the sixth inning before Milton plated six runs. The Hawks added on five more in the seventh and the Crusaders also scored five in the bottom of the final inning to bring it to 12-9.
Ian Lilla scored three times out of the leadoff spot and also collected two hits as well as an RBI. Charlie Terrill scored twice and also picked up a hit and RBI. Ashton Goll recorded two runs to go along with two hits.