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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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2024 No-Hitters

March


Brice Fahser, Manawa; 3/26 vs Almond-Bancroft; Fahser didn't allow a hit inn a 8-1 win over Almond-Bancroft. He struck out eight batters and the unearned run was the result of walks and errors.

Tavian Shramek & Brady Thompson, Blair-Taylor: Shramek got the start in the combined no-hitter, striking out six batters in two innings of work. Thompson followed with two innings of no-hit ball and fix strikeouts in the 7-0 win.

April


Kaden Russo & Brayden Borek, Elk Mound: 4/1 vs Plum City/Elmwood; Russo pitched the first three innings of the game, striking out eight while Borek pitched the final two innings and struck out five and allowed one walk. The Mounders won 21-0 in five innings.

Greyson Zach, Pewaukee: 4/5 vs Pius XI Catholic; Zach was dominant in a 10-0, five-inning win. He faced just one player over the minimum and struck out 11 of the 16 batters he faced en route to his no-hitter.

Jack Gallagher, Seneca: 4/5 vs River Ridge; Jack struck out 13 en route to his complete game, no-hitter. Only two batters reached safely, one via walk and one via hit by pitch, in the 6-0 win over River Ridge.

Tavian Shramek, Jackson Shramek, and Brady Thompson, Blair-Taylor; 4/5 vs Stanley-Boyd; The trio combined for a no-hitter in a 6-0 win. Tavian Shramek started the game and tossed four innings of no-hit ball with ten strikeouts. Jackson pitched two innings, with two strikeouts and a walk. Thompson closed it out with one strikeout in his solo inning on the mound.

Chase Horstman, Bangor: 4/5 vs Luther; Horstman struck out ten batters and allowed just two walks in Bangor's 3-0 win. He had a perfect game going into the seventh inning, but surrendered two walks before getting out of it.

Jack DeTienne, Braden Rozga, & Alex Rech, Verona; 4/6 vs Milton; DeTienne started the game and pitched three innings. He struck out eight and walked two while allowing three unearned runs on three errors. Rozga pitched three shutout innings with four strikeouts while Rech pitched the final inning with two strikeouts in the 11-3 win.

Daniel Kleutsch, Kenosha Bradford: 4/6 vs Heritage Christian; Kleutsch struck out twelve batters in his five-inning, 10-0 victory.

Asher Jordan, Pacelli: 4/8 vs Tri-County; Jordan threw a five-inning no-hitter in the 17-0 victory over Tri-County.

Cashton Jones, Madison Memorial: 4/8 vs Sun Prairie West; Jones faced just three batters over the minimum in the Spartan's 5-0 victory. He struck out seven batters in the complete game.

Sam Hillman, Green Bay NEW Lutheran: 4/9 vs Goodman/Pembine; Hillman walked two and hit one batter on the mound in the 10-0 win. He struck out 11 batters in the five-inning victory.

Aidan Berg, Lakeside Lutheran: 4/9 vs Marshall; Berg was perfect through three innings for Lakeside in the 10-0 non-conference win on Tuesday. He finished with a no-hitter, striking out ten batters in the five-inning run-ruled victory.

Charlie Wahlen, Michael Griesel, and Maddux Formanek, Dominican: 4/9 vs Milwaukee Riverside; Wahlen struck out eight batters in his 2.2 innings of work while both Griesel and Formanek did not allow a hit in the 12-0 win.

Jack Walden and Ethan Westrate, Fall Creek: 4/9 vs Arcadia; Walden started the game on the mound for the Crickets, striking out nine and walking two through five innings. Westrate pitched two innings of no-hit ball to close out the 5-0 victory.

Eli Ponath, Saint Croix Central: 4/9 vs Osceola; Ponath pitched a complete game in the 7-2 win. He struck out 16 batters and did not walk one. The two Osceola runs came via four errors by Saint Croix Central.

Kingston Liddell and Syrus Foys, Saint Francis: 4/10 vs Milwaukee Lutheran; Liddell pitched the first three and two-thirds innings of the combined no-hitter, striking out nine and walking three on 69 pitches. Foys pitched the final one and a third inning, striking out three batters in the 10-0 five-inning win.

Ben Harmeling & Bryce Brusse, Oostburg: 4/11 vs Sheboygan Lutheran; Harmeling started the game and struck out three batters and walked one, surrendering one unearned run in two innings of work. Brusse pitched the final three innings, striking out three in the 11-1 win.

Eli Bable & Noah Nusbaum, Saint Croix Central: 4/11 vs Osceola; Bable tossed the first five innings of the combined no-hitter, striking out twelve and walking four. Nusbaum pitched one inning and struck out one in the 10-0 victory.

Nathan Harrison & Brody Roach, Hayward: 4/11 vs Cumberland; Harrison and Roach combined for a no-hitter in the 10-0 shutout win. Harrison got the start and the win on the mound, pitching the first five innings and striking out four batters on 81 pitches. Roach closed things out with one inning of work and striking out two of the three batters he faced.

Matt Roth, New Glarus: 4/11 vs Shullsburg/Benton; Roth took home the win on the mound and tossed a five-inning no-hitter. He struck out six and walked just two in the 10-0 victory.

Kasey Helgeson, Barneveld: 4/12 vs Shullsburg/Benton; Helgeson needed just 59 pitches to get thru the five-inning no-hitter for Barneveld in the 10-0 win in game 1 of a double header. He struck out 12 batters and the only base runner came via a dropped third strike.

Bryce Peterson & Nolan Michek, Bangor: 4/12 vs Necedah; Peterson got the start and win for Bangor, striking out seven batters in three innings in the 25-0, five-inning game. Michek got all six of his outs via the strikeout in his two innings of work. 

Evan Reis, Abbotsford/Colby: 4/12 vs Chequamegon; Reis struck out 11 batters in the 13-0 five-inning no-hitter. He walked four batters over the five innings. He added two runs and a walk from the plate.

Bodie Bloom, Montello: 4/12 vs Randolph; Bloom struck out eleven batters and tossed a no-hitter in the 15-0, run-shortened game. He added two hits, two walks, four runs scored, and an RBI from the plate.

1Brayden Ramus, Arrowhead: 4/13 vs Kenosha Indian Trail; Ramus pitched a complete game shutout in the 2-0 win on Saturday. He struck allowed just five base runners via three errors and two walks.

Caleb Schaefer & Dayton Bugar, Marshfield: 4/13 vs Menomonie; In a wild turnout, Schaefer and Bugar pitched a no-hitter in a 5-1 loss to Menomonie in the second game of a doubleheader. All five runs scored in a second inning that had three walks, a passed ball, an error, a wild pitch, and a groundout RBI.

Jack Detienne, Verona; 4/13 vs Janesville Craig; Detienne tossed a no-hitter in the 4-1 Big Eight conference win. He struck out eleven batters and walked two, retiring the final fourteen batters he faced.

Greyson Zach, Pewaukee: 4/16 vs New Berlin West; Zach pitched his second no-hitter of the season in the 13-0, five-inning win. He struck out three and walked just one batter. At the plate, he walked four times, stole a base, and recorded an RBI.

Brett Simonsen, Wisconsin Rapids: 4/18 vs Merrill; Simonsen fanned ten batters in the 10-0, five-inning win in the second game of a double header.

Caleb Johnson, Bruce: 4/18 vs Cornell/Lake Holcombe; Johnson pitched a five-inning, run-shortened no-hitter in the 23-1 win. He struck out six batters on 86 pitches and walked four batters, allowing one unearned run.

Giles Groothousen & Isaac Brown, Flambeau: 4/18 vs Clear Lake; Groothousen and Brown combined for a no-hitter in a 14-1 win. Groothousen got the start and went four and two-thirds innings, striking out eight batters while Brown pitched the final one and a third with three strikeouts. Groothousen went four of five at the plate with a home run.

Jaycob Dittmer, Denmark: 4/19 vs Marinette: Dittmer tossed a perfect game in the the first game of a double header against Marinette. He struck out 16 batters in the 9-0 victory.

Chase Horstman, Bangor: 4/19 vs Brookwood; Horstman whirled a perfect game in a five-inning, run-shortened 11-0 win. He struck out seven batters and did not allow a single base runner.

Avery Duncan & Adam Guyette, Notre Dame: 4/19 vs Sheboygan South; Duncan got the start for the Tritons, striking out nine batters in four innings of work. Guyette closed the no-hitter out in the 13-0 win.

Ethan Plog, Bay Port: 4/19 vs Sheboygan North; Plog tossed a no-hitter in the 10-0 win. He struck out fourteen batters and faced just one batter over the minimum in the six-inning win.

Peyton Juckem, Chilton: 4/20 vs Brillion; Juckem struck out four batters and tossed a no-hitter in game one of the double-header, a 1-0 win for Chilton.

Taylor Joseph & Dylan Bredlow, Johnson Creek: 4/20 vs Heritage Christian; Joseph and Bredlow combined for thirteen strikeouts and three walks in the 10-0 win over Heritage Christian in the second game of a double header.

Ayden Smith, Elkhorn: 4/20 vs Big Foot; Smith tossed a no-hitter for Elkhorn, striking out nine batters in the five-inning, run-rule shortened 11-0 win.

Hayden Strebig, Carson Carbaugh, & Charlie Gierl, Medford: 4/22 vs Chequamegon; The trio of pitchers combined for a no-hitter in the 14-0 non-conference win.

Carter Lund, Cambridge: 4/23 vs Wisconsin Heights; Lund tossed his second career no-hitter in Tuesday's 10-0 five-inning win. He struck out nine batters along the way and walked just one.

Jonah VanDoorn & Brock Poppe, Bruce: 4/23 vs New Auburn; VanDoorn got the start and pitched three innings, striking out five and walking three in the combined no-hitter. Poppe pitched the final two innings and struck out four batters in the 17-0 victory.

Auden Pankonin, River Falls: 4/23 vs New Richmond; Pankonin tossed a no-hitter in the 5-0 complete game victory. He struck out ten batters over seven innings and allowed just two walks and a hit by pitch.

Sam Millis & Alden Moss, Palmyra-Eagle: 4/23 vs Parkview; Mills and Moss combined to twirl a no-hitter in the Panthers 12-0 victory. Millis struck out five in four innings to start the game.

Ben Peterson, Lakeland: 4/23 vs Tomahawk; Peterson pitched a complete game no-hitter in the 10-0, five-inning victory. He struck out three batters through the five innings, walking just one.

Carson Cole, Osceola: 4/23 vs Amery; Cole tossed a five-inning no-hitter in the 11-0 run-rule shortened victory. He struck out eleven batters over his five innings of work.

Logan Kurth & Logan Lamine, Coleman: 4/25 vs Niagara; Kurth pitched six and one third innings, striking out 17 batters and getting the win in the 1-0 win. Lamine struck out the final two batters of the combined no-hitter.

Ethan Pinno, Laconia: 4/25 vs Omro; Pinno tossed a no-hitter in the 10-0, run-ruled shortened victory. He struck out nine batters along the way and walked just two.

Drew Warren, Lakeland: 4/25 vs Tomahawk; Warren threw the second straight no-hitter for Lakeland this week, both against Tomahawk. The freshman hurler went the distance, striking out ten batters and walking two in the 7-0 win.

Trenton Mumm, Platteville: 4/30 vs Richland Center; Mumm tossed a no-hitter in a 13-0, run-rule shortened win. He struck out seven batters and walked one in his five innings of work.

Josh Steger, Lomira: 4/30 vs Omro; Steger whirled a no-hitter in the 10-0 victory, striking out eleven batters.

May


Caleb Podgorski & Jacob Durocher, Wrightstown: 5/1 vs Waupaca; Podgorski got the start and worked the first six innings of the 4-1 combined no-hitter, striking out eight batters. Durocher finished the game with a one-two-three inning in the seventh.

Carter Lund, Cambridge: 5/3 vs New Glarus; Lund tossed his second no-hitter of the season in the 3-0 victory. He struck out nine batters and faced just two over the minimum in the battle for the Capitol South.

Tavian Shramek & Brady Thompson: 5/3 vs Eleva-Strum; Shramek took the mound for the start and win in the combined 1-0 no-hitter. Shramek fanned 17 batters in six and a third innings of work, walking three while Thompson closed it out getting the final two outs. Shramek also hit a home run, scoring the lone run of the game.

Cullen Huppert & Ian Leask, Prescott: 5/3 vs Amery; Huppert got the start on the mound for Prescott and pitched five and two-thirds innings of no-hit ball, striking out thirteen batters. Leask pitched the final one and two-thirds innings, striking out four in the 6-0 combined no-hitter.

Keagen Jirschele, Mosinee: 5/3 vs Tomahawk; Jirschele tossed a five-inning no-hitter on 60 pitches in the 10-0 victory, striking out ten batters.

Sam Ferguson, Winnebago Lutheran: 5/3 vs Omro; Ferguson struck out seven batters in the 2-0 no-hitter that was delayed from a previous date.

Hunter Stelzer, Lourdes Academy: 5/3 vs Randolph; Stelzer struck out fourteen and walked one as he whipped up a no-hitter in the 14-0 victory in the first game of a doubleheader.

Marty Hanna, Sauk Prairie: 5/4 vs River Valley; Hanna tossed a no-hitter in the 8-0 victory, walking just three batters. He also went two for four with two doubles from the plate.

Drayton Lou & Michael Zink, Janesville Craig: 5/6 vs Janesville Parker; Lou and Zink combined for a no-hitter in a 10-0 shutout of the crosstown rival.

Eli Adams, Potosi/Cassville: 5/6 vs Shullsburg/Benton; Adams faced just one batter over the minimum in the 2-0 victory on Monday. He struck out eleven batters on 66 pitches through seven innings, with the only base running reaching on a dropped third strike in the seventh inning.

Aedan David, Aquinas: 5/6 vs Onalaska; David twirled a no-hitter in the 11-0 victory, striking out five batters and walking just two on 84 total pitches.

Will Grelinger, Marquette University: 5/6 vs Wauwatosa West; Grelinger tossed a complete game no-hitter in the 10-1 victory, striking out four in the win. The only run came via a few errors in one inning.

Joseph Herrick, Franklin: 5/7 vs Racine Horlick; Herrick tossed a five-inning perfect game in the Sabres' 15-0 victory. The Minnesota Duluth commit fanned nine of the fifteen batters he faced.

Tavian Shramek, Blair-Taylor: 5/7 vs Whitehall; Shramek continued his dominant season on the mound pitching his second no-hitter of the season in the 5-0 victory. He struck out eleven batters en route to facing just one batter over the minimum in his start.

Cashton Jones, Madison Memorial; 5/7 vs Verona; Jones struck out five batters in the five-inning, run-rule-shortened 13-0 no-hit victory.

Craig Kabat & Austin VanDeYacht, Bay Port; 5/9 vs Notre Dame: Kabat and VanDeYacht won the battle of the dueling no-hitters on Thursday in the Pirates 1-0 win where both teams were no-hit. Kabat pitched six innings and struck out 13 batters while VanDeYacht struck out one in his lone inning of work.

Avery Duncan, Notre Dame: 5/9 vs Bay Port; On the other end of this no-hitter, Duncan pitched a complete game for the Tritons in the 1-0 loss. He struck out seven batters.

Mason Gerth, Mayville: 5/10 vs Watertown Luther Prep; Gerth tossed a no-hitter on Friday with nine strikeouts in an 11-0 win over Luther Prep.

Jack Zeller, Kenosha Indian Trail: 5/10 vs Kenosha Bradford; Zeller pitched a perfect game in the 13-0, five-inning victory over Bradford. He struck out an incredible 14 of the 15 batters he faced over the course of the game.

Kane Kennedy, Reedsburg: 5/11 vs Sparta; Kennedy tossed a five-inning no-hitter in the 6-0 win over Sparta. He struck out 12 batters and needed just 64 pitches while also adding a hit, a walk, and an RBI from the plate.

Drew Kavanaugh, Sun Prairie East: 5/11 vs Sussex Hamilton; Kavanaugh twirled a five-inning perfect game in the 10-0 run-rule shortened victory. He struck out six batters and was also one for two from the plate with an RBI. 

Brett Paulsen, Kewaunee: 5/13 vs Green Bay NEW Lutheran; Paulsen tossed a six-inning no-hitter in the 10-0 victory in game one of a doubleheader. He struck out eleven batters along the way and added two RBIs from the plate.

Logan Dunn, Wautoma: 5/13 vs Nekoosa; Dunn pitched a complete game no-hitter in the 9-0 win over Nekoosa, striking out 13 batters and walking just two. Dunn added three hits from the plate.

Devlin Timmler & Alex Edwards, Columbus Catholic: 5/14 vs Greenwood; Timmler and Edwards combined for a no-hitter in the 16-0, five-inning victory. Timmler struck out three in three innings of work and Edwards struck out one in two innings.

Sam Mommer, Saint Thomas More: 5/15 vs Kenosha St. Joseph; Mommer pitched a no-hitter in the 3-0, Metro Classic Conference clinching win, striking out 13 and allowing just one walk in the win.

Cy Becker, Carter Sommer, & Carson Eckes, Columbus Catholic: 5/16 vs Greenwood; The trio combined for a five-inning no-hitter in the Cloverbelt finale. Becker struck out five over two innings. Sommer struck out three over two innings and Eckes struck out one in his lone inning.

Isaiah Bourgard, Dalton Schmidt, & Aiden Bushman, Chequamegon: 5/16 vs Butternut/Mercer; The trio combined for a no-hitter in the 11-0, five-inning win. Bourgard went three and two-thirds innings with seven strikeouts. Schmidt got one strikeout in his third of an inning of work. Bushman closed it out with three strikeouts in one inning.

Steffen Mello, Edgewood: 5/21 vs Marshall; Mello was electric on the mound, pitching a perfect game in the 11-0, five-inning victory. He struck out eight batters and needed just 57 pitches through the five innings of work.

Brecken Ponath, Saint Croix Central: 5/21 vs Ellsworth; Ponah twirled a no-hit shutout in the 5-0 victory on Monday, striking out 12 batters and walked five.

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