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List of Baseball No-Hitters in 2021

04/28/2021, 12:30pm CDT
By Travis Wilson

We will once again 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.

Make sure to include the teams, date, score, players involved, and a link to the story from an online newspaper (or have the coach contact us to verify):

To view the no-hitters thrown in 2019, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2018, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2017, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2016, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2015, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2014, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2013, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2012, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2011, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2010, click here.
To view the no-hitters thrown in 2009, click here.

2021 NO-HITTERS

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

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

Greyson Welch, Washburn: 5/1 vs South Shore; six-inning no-hitter won by Washburn 10-0; Welch struck out seven

Carson Bresser, Waupun: 5/4 vs Plymouth; five-inning no-hitter won by Waupun 10-0; Bresser struck out seven, walked two, and hit a batter; also went 3-3 with a double, run scored, and RBI

Jack Rechlicz, Kettle Moraine Lutheran: 5/4 vs Berlin; five-inning no-hitter won by Kettle Moraine Lutheran 12-0; Rechlicz struck out six

Anthony Jennerjohn, Sturgeon Bay: 5/4 vs Sevastopol; five-inning game won by Sturgeon Bay 11-0; Jennerjohn struck out five

Bryce Leedle, Markesan: 5/4 vs Cambria-Friesland; five-inning perfect, perfect game; Leedle struck out all 15 batters faced

James Reese, University School: 5/4 vs Saint Francis; six-inning no-hitter won by USM 10-0; Reese struck out 13

Liam Stumpf and Nolan Springer, Mineral Point: 5/4 vs Iowa-Grant; five-inning game won by Mineral Point 10-0; Stumpf struck out nine in 4 2/3 innings while Springer pitched the final out; Stumpf also hit two home runs

Gavin Theis and Tim Frerking, Lake Country Lutheran: 5/5 vs St. John's NW; five-inning no-hitter won by LCL 10-0; Theis struck out seven in three innings, Frerking struck out two in two innings

Carson Dupuis, Edgerton: 5/6 vs Clinton; five-inning no-hitter won by Edgerton 11-0; Dupuis struck out 12 and walked two

Riley Bauman, Stratford: 5/6 vs Assumption; five-inning no-hitter won by Stratford 10-0; Bauman struck out seven; it is Bauman's second, five-inning no-hitter this year

Michael Hoefgen, Brookfield Academy: 5/6 vs Kenosha Christian Life; five-inning no-hitter won by Brookfield Academy 13-0, Hoefgen struck out 12

Aaron Rice, Brillion: 5/7 vs Sheboygan Falls; five-inning no-hitter won by Brillion 11-0; Rice struck out 12

Tyler Gall, Oak Creek: 5/7 vs Kenosha Bradford; Gall struck out 14 in his second straight no-hitter

Bryce Leedle, Markesan: 5/10 vs Montello; five-inning no-hitter won by Markesan 15-0; second straight no-hitter for Leedle; struck out 12 with the only runner reaching via hit-by-pitch

Sam Wittmershaus, Bangor: 5/10 vs Necedah; five-inning no-hitter won by Bangor 12-0; Wittmershaus struck out three


About the Author

Travis Wilson serves as the WisSports.net General Manager, Football Editor, and contributing writer for other parts of the site. Wilson was selected as part of the Sports 40 Under 40 list by Coach & AD Magazine and the National High School Athletic Coaches Association for 2019. The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA) named Travis the 2015 recipient of the Dave McClain Distinguished Service Award. He currently serves on the WFCA Executive Board as the Website and Communications Director and is a member of the Executive Board of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association. A graduate of Richland Center High School and Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Travis was a three-sport athlete in high school (football, baseball, basketball) and currently resides in Reedsburg. You can follow him on Twitter at @travisWSN.

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