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Colo-Nesco’s Mark Frohwein fires a pitch during the Royals’ game with South Tama at the GMG Invitational in Green Mountain Saturday. (Photo by SANDY CUTLER)
Colo-Nesco’s Mark Frohwein fires a pitch during the Royals’ game with South Tama at the GMG Invitational in Green Mountain Saturday. (Photo by SANDY CUTLER)

GREEN MOUNTAIN – The Colo-Nesco baseball team had a rough day Saturday as the Royals lost by 10 runs to both South Tama and GMG at the GMG Invitational in Green Mountain.

Colo-Nesco suffered an 11-1 setback to South Tama. The Royals fell behind 6-0 after two innings and never fully recovered.

Christian Reischauer, Brady Stoeffler, Taylor Hill, Tanner Clatt, Steven Cutler and Mark Frohwein each singled once for Colo-Nesco’s only hits. Reischauer also walked and drove in a run, Clatt had a walk and a steal and Cutler stole a base.

Garrett Tiarks scored the lone Royal run and Grant Tiarks and Payton Larson each walked once for Colo-Nesco.

Frohwein was the losing pitcher. He gave up six runs – just two earned – on four hits with five walks in two innings. Stoeffler allowed five runs – four earned – on two hits with three walks and strikeouts apiece in five innings.

Kolton Smith homered and drove in two runs and Grant Coch finished 2-for-3 with five steals, two runs and three RBI for South Tama. Damon Whitebreast was the winning Trojan pitcher as he gave up one unearned run, striking out six and walking five in seven innings.

Colo-Nesco was handed a 13-3 loss by GMG in six innings.

The Royals again fell behind big early. They gave up six runs in the second to trail 9-1 after two frames and the uphill battle proved too steep to overcome.

Christian Reischauer gave up all 13 runs – just four earned – on 12 hits with seven strikeouts and six walks in 5 1/3 innings to take the loss. He also went 2-for-4 with a steal and two runs on offense.

Frohwein ended up 2-for-2 and Matthew Hill and Larson each had one hit for Colo-Nesco. Hill also drove in two runs and Taylor Hill knocked in one score for the Royals, who fell to 3-13 on the season.

Jacob Burt was 3-for-3 with three RBI, Cole Langenbau went 2-for-3 with two RBI and Josh Raymond and Austin Vaughn each ended up with two hits, two runs, one walk and one RBI apiece for GMG. Raymond was the winning Wolverine pitcher as he went the distance and gave up one earned run with six strikeouts and five walks.

South Tama 11, Colo-Nesco 1

ST 330 021 2 – 11 6 NA

C-N 000 001 0 – 1 6 NA

ST: Damon Whitebreast and Kolton Smith, Jonah Bearden (7)

C-N: Mark Frohwein, Brady Stoeffler (3) and Taylor Hill

WP: Whitebreast

LP: Frohwein

HR: ST – Smith

GMG 13, Colo-Nesco 3 (6)

C-N 100 011 – 3 4 NA

GMG 360 211 – 13 12 NA

C-N: Christian Reischauer and Hill

GMG: Josh Raymond and Jacob Burt

WP: Raymond

LP: Reischauer

ZEARING – Colo-Nesco couldn’t stop a constant offensive attack by Janesville in a 15-4 loss to the Wildcats in six innings June 25 at Zearing.

The Royals gave up at least one run in every inning. Janesville took a 6-1 lead after four innings and then plated four runs in the fifth and five in the sixth to end the game early on account of the 10-run rule.

Colo-Nesco only had three hits on offense. Christian Reischauer singled and scored; Tanner Clatt was 1-for-2 with a walk, double and two runs; Steven Cutler singled and stole a base and Brady Stoeffler and Taylor Hill each knocked in a run for the Royals.

Stoeffler also ended up with two walks. Wayne Beard scored one run for Colo-Nesco.

Stoeffler took the loss after giving up nine runs – five earned – on nine hits with five walks and two strikeouts in four innings. Taylor Hill gave up one run on one hit with a strikeout in one inning, Steven Cutler allowed five runs – two earned – on two hits with three walks in 2/3 of an inning and Mark Frohwein threw the other 1/3 of an inning and didn’t allow a hit or a run.

Noah Dodd went 1-for-3 with three RBI; Turner Frey was 3-for-4 with a run, two steals and two RBI; Taylor Schmidt finished 2-for-2 with a double and three runs and Jack Thode was 2-for-3 with a double, walk, steal, three runs and an RBI for Janesville. Hunter Meyer was the winning Wildcat pitcher as he gave up three runs – one earned – on three hits with five strikeouts and three walks in five innings.

The loss put Colo-Nesco at 2-6 in the ISC.

Janesville 15, Colo-Nesco 4 (6)

J 221 145 – 15 12 NA

C-N 100 021 – 4 3 NA

J: Hunter Meyer, Taylor Schmidt (6) and Caleb Rieken

C-N: Brady Stoeffler, Taylor Hill (5), Steven Cutler (6), Mark Frohwein (6) and Christian Reischauer, Garret Tiarks (6)

WP: Meyer

LP: Stoeffler

2B: J – Meyer, Schmidt, Jake Thode. C-N – Tanner Clatt

GILBERTVILLE – Colo-Nesco fell behind big early against Don Bosco and could never dig out of the hole at Gilbertville in a 13-2 loss to the Dons in five innings.

Colo-Nesco was down 11-0 by the end of the second inning. The Royals allowed six runs in the first and five in the second.

Colo-Nesco produced its only runs in the top of the third, but Don Bosco countered with two runs in the fourth and the Royals were held scoreless over the fourth and fifth frames as the game ended after five innings due to the 10-run rule.

A Christian Reischauer single accounted for Colo-Nesco’s only hit of the night. Reischauer also drove in a run.

Steven Cutler and Tanner Clatt both walked and scored for the Royals. Brady Stoeffler also drew a free pass.

Cutler was the losing pitcher after giving up nine earned runs on five hits with five walks and one strikeout in 1 2/3 innings. Reischauer allowed two unearned runs on one hit with five strikeouts and two walks in 2 1/3 innings.

Travis Havel was 2-for-3 with three runs and one RBI and Alex Bagby homered, scored twice and drove in four runs for Don Bosco. Jordan Schmitz went 1-for-3 with a double and two RBI and Jake Hogan doubled and scored twice for the Dons.

Dalton Becker was the winning Don pitcher as he gave up two runs – one earned – with three walks and no strikeouts in three innings. Trevor Brown threw two hitless innings with three strikeouts for Don Bosco.

Don Bosco 13, Colo-Nesco 2 (5)

C-N 002 00 – 2 1 NA

DB 650 2X – 13 6 NA

C-N: Steven Cutler, Christian Reischauer (2) and Brady Stoeffler

DB: Dalton Becker, Trevor Brown (4) and Cade Schares

WP: Becker

LP: Cutler

2B: DB – Jake Hogan, Jordan Schmitz

HR: DB – Alex Bagby

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