Marshall finished the regular season with a 8-2 defeat when it hosted Madison Edgewood Monday for a non-conference game.

The Crusaders scored four runs in the first inning and added two more in the second. The Cardinals scored their first run of the game in the fifth but the visiting team was already up 7-1 at that point.

Marshall collected its other run in the sixth inning.

The Cardinals are scheduled to start post-season play on Thursday, June 10 as the no. 3 seed. Marshall will host no. 6 Belleville at Firemen’s Park, game time TBD. The winner will go on to play Palmyra-Eagle at the P-E home field on Tuesday, June 15.

Edgewood 420 110 0— 8 10 2

Marshall 000 101 0 — 2 5 3

Pitchers (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — ME: Mello (W; 4-1-1-0-2-1), Broderick (1.2-2-1-1-1-0-2), Bishop (1.1-2-0-0-0-0); Mar: Kalish (L; 0-0-4-4-0-3), Jennings (4-7-3-1-3-3), Nolden (1-3-1-1-1-0), Collins (1-0-0-0-2-0), #1 (1-0-0-0-0-1).

Leading hitters — ME: Friedow 2x3 (2B), Mello 2x3, Newton (2B); Mar: Nolden 2x4, Usgaard (2B).

Luther Prep 10, Marshall 2

The Phoenix and Cardinals played six innings of back-and-forth baseball on Friday, June 4, resulting in a 2-2 tie entering the final inning of regulation.

The seventh inning, however, was a much different story.

Owen Cox scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch, Jackson Heiman cleared the bases with a triple as the Luther Prep baseball team scored eight times in the seventh inning in a 10-2 nonconference win over host Marshall.

The Phoenix (10-8) sent 13 hitters to the dish in the eighth, with the first four drawing walks to load the bases with no out. The fourth consecutive pitch out of the strike zone to Owen Ernest, the fourth hitter of the inning, resulted in a wild pitch, allowing Owen Cox to score from third. Heiman then dug in, lining the first pitch he saw to right for a three-run triple. Parker Winghart reached on a throwing error by the second baseman next, allowing Heiman to come around to score, making it 7-2. A bases-loaded walk to Cox, run-scoring single by Kyle Schupmann, who was making his return to the lineup, and run-scoring ground out by Elijah Shevey capped the frame.

Winghart pitched six strong, allowing two earned on eight while striking out eight and walking one on 92 pitches. Ernest worked a scoreless seventh to earn the decision.

Cole Denniston doubled to lead off the Marshall first, scoring on Mason Haberkorn’s single. The Phoenix tied it in the third on Schupmann’s no-out solo homer. He sent a 3-2 pitch out to left to square things at one.

Haberkorn plated Denniston, who singled to open the third and took second on a passed ball, with a single to put the Cardinals (8-8) back ahead. LPS tied it in the fourth on Joey Olson’s run-scoring ground out.

Luther Prep had runners at first and second with no down in the sixth but couldn’t push a run across. Marshall didn’t score in its half of the sixth despite having runners at the corners with one down.

Schupmann was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, scoring twice, and Winghart also scored twice.

The Cardinals’ Kelby Peterson took the loss, allowing four earned on four hits over six-plus innings, walking five and striking out two.

Luther Prep 001 100 8 — 10 6 0

Marshall 101 000 0 — 2 6 2

Pitchers (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — LP: Winghart (6-6-2-2-8-1), Ernest (W; 1-0-0-0-0-1); M: K. Peterson (L; 6-4-4-4-2-5), McIlroy (0-1-6-4-0-3), C. Peterson (1-1-0-0-2-1).

Leading hitters — LP: Schupmann 2x4 (HR), Heiman (2B); M: Denniston 2x3 (2B), Kalish (2B), Haberkorn 2x3.

Belleville 10, Marshall 1

Belleville handed Marshall a costly loss, beating the Cardinals 10-1 in their Capitol South finale on Thursday, June 3.

Belleville broke open a 1-1 game with a seven-run rally in the fourth inning on six hits.

Denniston took the loss for the Cardinals, allowing five runs (four earned) on six hits with two strikeouts and two walks over three-plus innings.

Denniston and Haberkorn each had two hits for Marshall, which finished 7-3 in the Capitol South.

Belleville 010 700 2 — 10 13 0

Marshall 001 000 0 — 1 9 3

Pitching (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — B (T. Syse W, 6-6-1-1-6-2, Downing 1-3-0-0-1-1), M (Denniston L 3-6-5-4-2-2, Collins 4-7-5-3-3-0)

Leading hitters — B (Downing 2x5, 3B, RBI, C. Syse 2x5, 2B, Keyes RBI, T. Syse 2x3, Desmet 2x4, A. Nolden 2x4, RBI, Ace 2x4, 2B, 2BI, Conner RBI), M (Denniston 2x4, Haberkorn 2x4, RBI)

Marshall 5, Wisconsin Heights 4 Marshall 6, Wisconsin Heights 4

Marshall swept Wisconsin Heights 5-4 and 6-4 in two five-inning games of a Capitol South doubleheader on Wednesday, Jun 2.

The Cardinals took a 3-0 lead into the fifth inning of the first game but Wisconsin Heights rallied for four runs to take the lead.

Cooper Usgaard tied in the bottom of the inning with a leadoff solo shot to left, Collins hit a one-out double from there and Frank won it with a walk-off triple to center.

In the second game, Marshall again took a 3-0 lead only to see the Vanguards put up a four-run rally to move in front in the bottom of the second inning.

The Cardinals responded with three unanswered runs to complete the sweep.

Usgaard led off the top of the third with a base hit and Wyatt Jennings reached on an error. Mason Collins drove in Usgaard with the tying run on an RBI single to right and Denniston gave Marshall a 5-4 lead with a sacrifice fl to to center. Bryce Frank doubled and scored an insurance run in the fifth on a RBI single to left by Collin Petersen.

Jennings earned the decision, allowing four unearned runs on five hits with six strikeouts and one walk over four innings. Collin Peterson pitched a scoreless fifth in relief with three strikeouts to end it.

Wis. Heights 000 04 — 4 3 2

Marshall 201 02 — 5 7 0

Pitching (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — WH (T. Brabender L 4.1-6-5-4-3-4, D. Brabender 1-0-0-0-0-0), M (Nolden W 4-1-2-4-4-7-7, Jennings 0.1-1-0-0-0-0)

Leading hitters — WH (D. Brabender RBI, Holcom RBI, Hosking 2BI), M (Kalish 3B, RBI, K. Petersen RBI, Usgaard HR, RBI, Collins 2B, Frank 3B, RBI)


Marshall 122 01 — 6 8 2

Wis. Heights 040 00 — 4 6 1

Pitching (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — M (Jennings W 4-5-4-0-6-1, C. Petersen 1-1-0-0-3-1), WH (D. Brabender L 4.2-8-6-5-1-3, Parman 0.1-0-0-0-0-0)

Leading hitters — M (Denniston RBI, Haberkorn 2x3, RBI, Usgaard 2x3, RBI, Collins RBI, Frank 2x2, 2B, C. Peterson RBI), WH (D. Brabender 2x3, RBI, Parman 2B, 2BI)

Marshall 122 01 — 6 8 2

Wis. Heights 040 00 — 4 6 1

Pitching (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — M (Jennings W 4-5-4-0-6-1, C. Petersen 1-1-0-0-3-1), WH (D. Brabender L 4.2-8-6-5-1-3, Parman 0.1-0-0-0-0-0)

Leading hitters — M (Denniston RBI, Haberkorn 2x3, RBI, Usgaard 2x3, RBI, Collins RBI, Frank 2x2, 2B, C. Peterson RBI), WH (D. Brabender 2x3, RBI, Parman 2B, 2BI)

Columbus 10, Marshall 0

A.J. Uttech and Ayden Adam combined to pitch a one-hitter as Columbus beat Marshall 10-0 in five innings of a nonconference baseball game on Tuesday, June 1.

Columbus managed just four hits, but feasted on eight walks and two errors in the victory.

Cole Denniston came up with the lone hit for Marshall.

Marshall 000 00x —012

Columbus 022 6x—1040

Pitchers (ip-h-r-er-so-bb) — M: Kleinheinz (L; 3-2-8-6-1-7), McIlroy (1-2-2-2-0-2); C: Uttech (W; 3.1-1-0-0-5-1), Adam (1.2-0-0-0-0-0).

Leading hitters — M: Denniston 1x2; C: Je. Mobry 2x2, Ja. Mobry (2B).

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