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No-Hitters

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

If you notice any we are missing please use the Contact Us option to send the info.

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To view the no-hitters thrown in 2021, click here.

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2021 NO-HITTERS

APRIL

Christian Oppor, Columbus: 4/27 vs Lake Mills; five-inning game won by Columbus 12-1; Oppor struck out 11 and walked two; only run scored on passed ball

Caleb Guden, Medford: 4/27 vs Northland Pines; five-inning game won by Medford 10-0; Guden struck out eight

Mitch Lukaski, Saint Mary Catholic: 4/27 vs Manitowoc Lutheran; Lukaski struck out 15 in the 6-0 win and added three hits at the plate

Carter Stebane, Brillion: 4/27 vs Valders; five-inning game won by Brillion 13-1; Stebane struck out nine and walked none

Alek Lemke, Chilton: 4/27 vs Roncalli; five-inning game won by Chilton 15-0; Lemke struck out eight

Mike Bauer, Nolan Stans, and Charlie Maier, Spring Valley: 4/27 vs Glenwood City; five-inning game won by Spring Valley 17-0; Mike Bauer was winning pitcher with five strikeouts in two innings; Stans struck out five in two innings and Maier struck out two in one inning

Ethan Prestrud, Spencer Wold, and Zac McCuen Prairie Farm: 4/27 vs Lake Holcombe/Cornell; Prestrud struck out nine in three innings, Wold struck out five in two innings, and McCuen struck out five in two innings

Ashton Swanson, Seneca: 4/27 vs Weston; Swanson struck out 13 in the 8-1 victory

Jaden Diller, Southern Door: 4/29 vs Algoma; five-inning no-hitter won by Southern Door 14-0; Diller struck out 10

Thomas Hunt, Almond-Bancroft: 4/29 vs Wild Rose; five-inning perfect game won by Almond-Bancroft 16-0; Hunt struck out 11

Riley Bauman, Stratford: 4/29 vs Prentice; five-inning no-hitter won by Stratford 29-0; Bauman struck out 14

Cale Fransen, Riley Schultz, and Donny Zillmer, Kewaskum: 4/29 vs Berlin; five-inning game won by Kewaskum 12-0; Fransen struck out three in first three innings

Dylan Immel, Lomira High School: 4/29 vs Mayville; five-inning no-hitter won by Lomira 11-0. Immel struck out eight, walked three; also went 2-3 with 3 RBI

Marcus Reinhardt, Gibraltar/Washington Island: 4/30 vs Algoma; Reinhardt struck out eight in the 11-1, six-inning victory

Cam Daul, Stratford: 4/30 vs Phillips; five-inning no-hitter won by Stratford 10-0; Daul struck out 10; it was the second day in a row that Stratford threw a no-hitter

Landon Hagenow, Kettle Moraine Lutheran: 4/30 vs Hustisford/Dodgeland; five-inning perfect game won by KML 13-0; Hagenow is a freshman and it was his first varsity start, striking out 10

Logan Dobberstein, Pewaukee: 4/30 vs New Berlin Eisenhower; five-inning perfect game won by Pewaukee 13-0; Dobberstein struck out nine on just 54 pitches

Tyler Gall, Oak Creek: 4/30 vs Racine Horlick; five-inning no-hitter won by Oak Creek 11-0

Cole Fialco, Menomonee Falls: 4/30 vs Brookfield Central; five-inning no-hitter won by Menomonee Falls 16-3