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No-Hitters

We will be attempting to keep a record of all no-hitters thrown this year.

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2022 No-Hitters

March

Drew Brookman & Charlie Joyce, Tomah; 3/29 vs. Black River Falls/Fall Creek; Tomah won 6-2 with two runs coming on combo of walks, errors, and stolen bases, Brookman struck out seven in five innings, Joyce struck out two in two innings

Mitch Voit, Whitefish Bay: 3/31 vs. Greenfield; Whitefish Bay won 15-0 in five innings; Voit struck out 12, including 10 in a row at one point

April

Jacob Granley & Chase Hollister, Boyceville: 4/1 vs. Clear Lake; five-inning game won by Boyceville 11-1, Granley struck out seven in three innings, Hollister struck out two in two innings, only run scored via balk

Emmitt Konieczny & Xane Adler, Columbus Catholic: 4/1 vs. Phillips; five-inningn game won by Columbus Catholic 16-5; Konieczny struck out nine in four innings, Adler struck out one in one inning

Hoyt Keller & Sam Weiss, Wautoma: 4/1 vs. Wild Rose; five-inning game won by Wautoma 12-0; Keller struck out eight in four innings, Weiss struck out two in one inning

Michael Mulhollon & Scotty Schulz, Westosha Central: 4/5 vs. Delavan-Darien; Mulhollon struck out 16 in 6 2/3 innings in the 2-0 victory, Schultz retired the final batter after Mulhollon reached his pitch count limit

Kahler Key, Aquinas: 4/5 vs. Melrose-Mindoro; Key struck out 14 in the 28-0, five-inning victory

Vincent Gohlke, New Berlin West: 4/5 vs. Pius XI Catholic; New Berlin West won 5-0; Gohlke struck out 15 in seven innings

Dominik McVay, Luke Kisgen, & Bo Hanson, Mineral Point: 4/5 vs. Boscobel; five-inning game won by Mineral Point 11-0; McVay struck out five in three innings while Kisgen and Hanson pitched one inning each.

Gavin Obremski, Eli Miland, & Taylor Lemanski, Mosinee: 4/9 vs. Stratford; five-inning game won by Mosinee 10-0; Obremski struck out five in three innings, Miland struck out two in one inning, Lemanski struck out two in two innings

Hunter Stelzer and Josiah Lehman, Lourdes Academy: 4/9 vs. Wayland Academy; five-inning game won by Lourdes 19-0; Stelzer started and struck out five in two innings, Lehman struck out seven in three innings

Aiden Fishnick, Barneveld: 4/11 vs. Monticello; five-inning game won by Barneveld 12-0; Fishnick struck out 10 with one walk on 67 pitches

Owen Dobberstein, Pewaukee: 4/11 vs. Milwaukee Lutheran; five-inning no-hitter won by Pewaukee 13-0; Dobberstein, just a freshman, struck out 11 with no walks, a hit by pitch was the only runner to reach base for Milwaukee Lutheran

Ashton Michek, Bangor: 4/11 vs. Melrose-Mindoro; Bangor won 13-0 in seven innings; Michek also went 2-4 with three RBI

Jack Shepski and Cody Nelson, Waunakee: 4/12 vs. Portage; five-inning game won by Waunakee 12-0; two combined for eight strikeouts; Shepski also homered and drove in four runs

Kobe Vosberg, Cuba City: 4/12 vs. Iowa-Grant; five-inning game won by Cuba City 26-0; Vosberg struck out 14 of 15 batters faced in the five-inning perfect game

Isaiah Malison, Saint Thomas More: 4/12 vs. Racine St. Catherine's; five-inning game won by Saint Thomas More 23-0

Nate Snead, South Milwaukee: 4/12 vs. Cudahy; five-inning perfect game won by South Milwaukee 10-0; Snead struck out 14 of 15 batters faced

Peyton Lee and Steven Olson, Edgerton: 4/12 vs. East Troy; five-inning game won by Edgerton 15-0; Lee struck out four in three inning, Olson struck out five in two innings

Levi Korstad and Karson Schenian, Reedsville: 4/12 vs. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah; five-inning no-hitter won by Reedsville 19-0; Korstad threw three innings and Schenian two

Jake Polzin and Joey Sperberg, Shawano: 4/13 vs. Green Bay East/West; five-inning no-hitter won by Shawano 12-1; Polzin struck out four in four innings, Sperberg struck out two in one inning.

Kaden Corlett, Northwood/Solon Springs: 4/19 vs. Bruce; five-inning game won by N/SS 11-1; Corlett struck out 11  while allowing one unearned run.

Kade Rosenow, Clintonville: 4/20 vs. Wrightstown; perfect game in a 1-0 victory for Clintonville; Rosenow struck out 10 on just 75 pitches; Clintonville won on a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning

Tim Frerking, Jack Poellot, Gunther Grosenick, and Carter Dauenhauer, Lake Country Lutheran: 4/20 vs. Heritage Christian; five-inning no-hitter won by Lake Country Lutheran 20-0; Frerking struck out 3 in one inning, Poellot struck out one in one inning, Grosenick struck out two in one inning, Dauenhauer struck out four in two innings

Tyler Schmitt, Madison Memorial: 4/21 vs. Madison La Follette; five-inning no-hitter won by Madison Memorial 12-0; Schmitt struck out 10 and walked five

Jack Strand, Bloomer: 4/21 vs. Osseo-Fairchild; five-inning perfect game won by Bloomer 18-0.

Brayden Eigenbrodt and Brandon Smith, Fond du Lac: 4/21 vs. Oshkosh West; five-inning no-hitter won by Fond du Lac 12-1; Eigenbrodt struck out seven and walked seven in three innings, Smith struck out one in two innings

Casey Bartelt and Luke Flitter, Saint Mary's Springs: 4/21 vs. North Fond du Lac; five-inning no-hitter won by Springs 12-2; Bartelt pitched four innings and Flitter pitched one inning.

Preston Steiner, Potosi/Cassville: 4/21 vs. River Ridge; Steiner struck out seven in the 10-1 victory.

Tyler Neinas, Southern Door: 4/22 vs. Peshtigo; five-inning game won by Southern Door 10-0 in first game of doubleheader; Neinas struck out 10 and walked one

Landyn Hoeft, Northland Pines: 4/22 vs. Calumet (MI); six-inning no-hitter won by Pines 10-0; Hoeft struck out 14 in the first game of the doubleheader.

Dylan Taggart and Abraham Ahlberg, Northwood/Solon Springs: 4/22 vs. Shell Lake; five-inning game won by N/SS 26-0; Taggart struck out eight in three innings, Ahlberg struck out four in two innings.

Jack Poellot and Gunther Grosenick, Lake Country Lutheran: 4/23 vs. Kewaskum; five-inning no-hitter won by Lake Country Lutheran 11-0; Poellot and Grosenick were part of a combined no-hitter in LCL's last game on 4/21 as well; Poellot struck out five in three innings, Grosenick struck out five in two innings

Dylan Bredlow and Isaac Hartz, Johnson Creek: 4/23 vs. Rio; five-inning game won by Johnson Creek 16-0; Bredlow struck out four in three innings, Hartz struck out three in two innings

Hunter Stelzer, Lourdes Academy: 4/23 vs. Cambria-Friesland; five-inning game won by Lourdes 20-1; Stelzer struck out nine and allowed an unearned run in the game

Kenny Andrekopoulos, Crivitz: 4/23 vs. Niagara; five-inning no-hitter won by Crivitz 12-0; Andrekopoulos struck out eight in five innings

Charlie Cefalu, New Berlin Eisenhower: 4/23 vs. Madison East; five-inning no-hitter won by Eisenhower 15-0; Cefalu struck out 13 in five innings

DJ Kojis, Whitefish Bay: 4/23 vs. Port Washington; five-inning no-hitter won by Whitefish Bay 10-0; Kojis struck out 11

Luke Wenzel, Brookfield Central: 4/25 vs. St. John's NW; five-inning no-hitter won by Brookfield Central 19-0; Wenzel struck out nine

Logan Drone, River Ridge: 4/25 vs. Benton/Shullsburg; River Ridge won 1-0; Drone struck out seven in the seven-inning win

Ethan Tranel, Mount Horeb: 4/26 vs. Monroe; Tranel struck out five and walked one in the 9-0 win.

Kyle Bond and Jacob Moore, Green Lake/Princeton: 4/27 vs. Cambria-Freisland; five-inning no-hitter won by Green Lake/Princeton 13-1; Bond struck out four and Moore two

Branden Garde, Sun Prairie: 4/28 vs. Beloit Memorial; five-inning no-hitter won by Sun Prairie 17-0; Garde struck out 10

Brayden Olson, Saint Croix Falls: 4/28 vs. Cameron; Olson struck out 14 in the 6-0 victory

Tanner Hraby, Medford: 4/28 vs. Marshfield; five-inning game won by Medford 11-0; Hraby struck out two.

Eli Ponath, Saint Croix Central: 4/28 vs. Amery; five-inning perfect game won by SCC 10-0; Ponath struck out eight.