Recent Badger High School graduate Tyler Deleskiewicz, who stands 6’5, has long had a dream of playing Major League Baseball. Though he played basketball and football up until his senior season, baseball has always been his favorite and it is not just because his fastball tops out at 96 mph.
It was a pitcher’s duel between the Lake Geneva Badgers and Racine Horlick in the opening round baseball game of the Division 1 WIAA Regional playoffs on Tuesday, May 31, with the Badgers coming out on top in a 2-0 shutout.
In their final home game of the season on a special night for all 10 seniors, with no underclassmen playing in the game, the Big Foot baseball team came away with a 10-4 victory over Parkview on Tuesday, May 24.
Two early home runs by the Badger offense and a strong pitching performance by senior pitcher Tyler Deleskiewicz led the way to a 10-6 victory over Westosha Central on Friday, May 20 in an intense game from the first pitch to the last out.
The Beloit Turner baseball team, who has only lost three games all season and sit in first place with a two game lead in the Rock Valley Conference, defeated Big Foot 12-0 on Thursday, May 19.
Things got a little dicey for the Badger baseball team late in the game after holding a lead much of the game against Woodstock North on Wednesday night, May 11. But three great at-bats in the bottom of the seventh by seniors Tyler Desliewicz and Lex Dupee led the way to an opposite field wa…
On Friday, May 6, the Badger baseball team hit their “low point of the season,” according to coach Beau Roddy, after losing 14-0 in the first game followed by a 9-8 walk-off loss to Waterford in the second game of their doubleheader in which he felt the better team lost. So Saturday’s game a…
The Badger baseball team who started the season 0-5 have now won four of six games, all of which have come in the Southern Lakes Conference, with a 4-3 win over Elkhorn on Monday, May 2, at Jonas Field.
Outstanding pitching performances by Badger senior Tyler Deleskiewicz and sophomore Sam Polyock led the way to 3-0 shutout over Delavan-Darien on Tuesday, April 19, at Badger High School. This was Badger’s first win of the season.
The Big Foot baseball team didn’t need a whole lot of offense with freshman Connor Weeks on the mound in the first of two games against Whitewater in a doubleheader on Friday, April 15, at Whitewater High School.
The Williams Bay baseball team has officially canceled its 2022 season due to a lack of players and the players wanting to pursue other things, according to Williams Bay head coach Drew Nickelsen.
Now a senior, Cooper Perry is enjoying the ride with his friends on the defending state champion Cardinals after beating leukemia and making it back on the diamond in 2021.
All across south central Wisconsin — from Portage to Beaver Dam, in Madison and beyond — there are plenty of prep baseball players to keep an eye on as the 2022 campaign gets underway.
It was a tough assignment for the Badger baseball team to face off against “historically always one of the best teams in the state” in Janesville Craig out of the Big Eight Conference on what was a brisk 43-degree day. Janesville Craig looked every bit of a 16-win team a season ago in their …
Coming off a 9-11 overall record last year, the Williams Bay baseball team heads into the new season with a new head coach in Drew Nickelsen. He takes over for Matt Dunlap, who coached the team from 2019 through 2021.
Both Badger head baseball coach Beau Roddy and assistant coach Mike Ploch admittedly weren’t thrilled to look back on the 3-17 season they had last year. While last season may not have provided a lot of wins, a culture has been set that Ploch believes will continue to move the 2022 baseball …
Last season, the Big Foot baseball team finished 13-12 overall, 9-9 in the Rock Valley Conference with no junior having previous varsity experience due to the COVID-19 year in 2020. Coming into this new season under 12th year head coach Steve Bochat, experience will certainly not be an issue.
WALWORTH — The Big Foot and Williams Bay baseball teams met up June 8 for a final regular-season game before starting the playoffs.
In the first round of the baseball playoffs on June 10, Big Foot survived and advanced while Williams Bay was eliminated.
BURLINGTON — Heading into their first playoff game, the Badger baseball players and coaches knew they would have their hands full.
Williams Bay’s baseball team had the best fortunes of all the local squads, winning a trio of games to stretch its active winning streak to six games.
With one out, and a runner on first and third, Bochat decided it was time for a bit of trickery on the base paths.
Both Big Foot and Williams Bay’s baseball teams picked up wins this week.
Before Badger's June 1 baseball game against Burlington, the school honored longtime coach Wayne Vorpagel, who has been a coach in the Lake Geneva area for the last 59 years, with a celebration that included a ceremonial first pitch surrounded by former players and family.
Despite strong offensive showings, all three local baseball teams had up-and-down weeks.
Both the Badger and Williams Bay baseball teams had up-and-down weeks, going a combined 2-4.
Baseball coach Scott Staude has made a big impact on the Burlington baseball community, and now his players are beginning to make their mark on the Wisconsin baseball landscape.
WALWORTH — The Big Foot baseball team had a solid three-game stretch to start the month of May, beating McFarland twice and East Troy once to bring its record to 4-2.