5 Straight State B Tournament Appearences longest active streak
Parkston tops Freeman 6-3
Parkston used a strong relief performance from Jeff Harris to defeat Freeman 6-3. Harris pitched 5 innings gave up 2 hits and struck out 7. Kyle Boehmer had a home run and single off the fence to lead Post 194 at the plate. Jordan Smith had two hits.
Parkston makes Milt Simmons Semi Finals Parkston was the lone South Dakota team to make the final round of play in Sioux Falls at the Milt Simmons Invitational. Parkston defeated Yankton in the opener with Tom Murtha going all seven striking out 14. Brady Nolz added 2 hits. In game two of the day Tyson Gau pitched a complete game victory over the Primetime Patriots of Lincoln NE 7-5. Dylan Mogck had three hits and Jeremy Sudbeck added two. Parkston then defeated Valley Springs 7-5. Troy Alley pitched the first six for the win and Jeremy Sudbeck earned the save. Jeff Harris and Jeremy Sudbeck each had 2 hits. Almost certain of making the final day Post 194 dropped its final game of pool play to Union Bank of Lincoln 5-1. Dylan Mogck was the losing pitcher. Jeff Harris scored the only run on a wild pitch in the second. In the semi final game Parkston dropped a 9-0 decision to Papillion LaVista South. Brady Nolz was the losing pitcher giving up six earned. Jeremy Sudbeck added a double as Parkston finished their tournament at 3-2.
Parkston Sweeps Scotland
Post 194 defeated Scotland 14-0 and 10-1. In game one Dylan Mogck earned the win he pitched all four innings and gave up two hits and struck out six. Jeremy Sudbeck had four hits with Tom Murtah adding three. In Game 2 Parkston hurler Beau Behrend picked up the win pitching the last two innings. Spencer Freudenthal ahd his frist career home run to go with a single.Dylan Mogck had 3 hits and Tom Murtha and Kyle Boehmer had a triple and single.
Post 194 falls to SF West
Post 194 fell to SF West for the second time in a week 6-1. Brady Nolz was tagged with the loss. 4 players had singles Brady Nolz scored the lone run.
Murtha & Nolz Sign With USF
Two of Post 194 top pitchers had committed to play baseball at the University of Sioux Falls. Murtha and Nolz will join former Post 194 players Tyler Nolz, James Boehmer, and Jeff Harris on the Courgars squad.
Parkston goes 2-2 at Wood Bat Tournament
Post 194 split 4 games at the Lewis & Clark Wood Bat Classic. In the first game Parkston lost 1-0 to SF West. Tom Murtha gave up one hit and no earned run in the loss. Jeff Harris had two doubles. In the second game Post 194 lost to Watertown 7-2. Jeremy Sudbeck was charged with the loss. Four hitters had one hit a piece for Parkston. Saturday Parkston picked up two victories over Gretna, NE, and Vermillion. Against Gretna Tyson Gau pitched a complete game one hitter. Parkston started the game with five straight hits to score 4 in the first inning then added 5 in the seventh. In the last game Parkston beat Vermillion 5-2 in 8 innings. Troy Alley pitched the first 6 innings and Brady Nolz pitched the final two for the win. Tyson Gau had a two run double and Tyler Welch had the go ahead hit in the eighth.
Post 194 ten runs Platte
After giving up 6 runs in the first two inning Parkston came back to outscore Platte 17-1 to pick up the victory. Troy Alley picked up the win for Parkston. Tyler Welch and Tyson Gau had 3 hits.
Parkston sweeps SF East
Post 194 behind two brillant pitching performances by Brady Nolz and Tom Murtha defeated Sioux Falls East 3-2 and 7-5. In the first game Brady Nolz pitched a complete game three hitter. He gave up zero earned runs and struck out nine. Leading Post 194 offensively was Troy Alley, Tom Murtha, and Jeremy Sudbeck all with RBI base hits.
In game two Tom Murtha was dominant. Murtha pitched a complete game five hitter with 21 strike outs. Only one of the five runs by Sioux Falls East was earned. Leading Parkston offensively was Jeff Harris with Jeff Harris, Tyson Gau who each had a double and a single. Zac Pruner added two hits.
Parkston opens season with 9-6 Win
Parkston opening its season on Wednesday night with a 9-6 victory over Mitchell Post 18. Picking up the win for Post 194 was Tyson Gau who gave up 9 hits and had 12 strike outs in 8 innings. Jeremy Sudbeck pitched the 9th for the save. Leading Post 194 offensively was Jeff Harris, and Tyler Welch with two hits a piece.