Varsity Grabs Lead In Fifth Inning For Victory Over Putnam County 6-1

Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity took the lead late in the game in a 6-1 victory over Putnam County on Thursday. The game was tied at one with PCS batting in the bottom of the fifth when there was an error, scoring one run. Putnam County captured the lead in the first inning. A wild pitch by Noah Rodman scored one run for Putnam County. The Chargers evened things up at one in the bottom of the second inning. With zero outs in the second inning Brad Timm drove in one run when he homered with a deep shot to right. PCS scored four runs in the sixth inning. The varsity scored on a single by Noah Bennington, a single , and a single by Joel Showalter. Rodman earned the win for PCS. He pitched seven innings, surrendering one run, one hit, and striking out three. Holmes took the loss for Putnam County. He threw two and a third innings, surrendering five runs, six hits, striking out two, and walking one.

 

Chargers Grab Lead In Extra Innings For Victory Over Putnam County 2-1

 

Peoria Christian Varsity took the lead late in the game in a 2-1 victory over Putnam County on Tuesday. The game was tied at one with the Chargers batting in the top of the tenth when there was an error, scoring one run. The pitching was strong on both sides. Peoria Christian Chargers pitchers struck out eight, while hurlers for Putnam County sat down seven.

Putnam County evened things up at one in the bottom of the fourth inning. Huffstodt drove in one when he singled in the fourth inning. Ryan Hauter earned the win for PCS. He went two innings, allowing zero runs, zero hits, striking out one, and walking zero. Bean took the loss for Putnam County. He threw two innings, giving up one run, one hit, striking out three, and walking one.

Josh Hoffman started the game for the Chargers. He went eight innings, surrendering one run, five hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Dzierzynski started the game for Putnam County. He threw eight innings, allowing one run, four hits, and striking out four. Joel Showalter led Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity with three hits in five at bats.

Chargers win the "War on War Memorial" and defeat Peoria Heights 12-4

The first annual "War on War Memorial" was played at Dozer Park last night. PCS jumped out to an early lead with a 5 run first inning. PCS scored on a walk by Justin Post, a single by Ryan Hauter, a single by Braden Tilson, and a passed ball in the first. Heights scored 3 runs in the 5th but PCS still managed to pull out the victory 12-4. Josh Hoffmann earned the win for the chargers. He pitched two and two thirds, giving up zero runs, zero hits, and striking out 4. Joel Showalter and Ryan Hauter combined for the rest of the game. 

The Chargers collected 14 hits, with 2 doubles, 2 triples, and hit .424 as a team. Showalter, Post, Hoffmann, Hauter, and Rodman each had multiple hits. Showalter went 3-5 and Rodman had had multiple extra base hits. 

Varsity gets down early in loss to Henry

Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 14-2 loss to Henry on Friday. Henry scored on a single by G.Smith, a single by Henderson, an error, a single by C.Smith, and a single by Hughes in the first inning. Henry captured the lead in the first inning. Henry scored two runs when G.Smith singled with zero outs in the first inning. Hardy earned the win for Henry. He tossed five innings, surrendering two runs, five hits, striking out six, and walking one. Noah Rodman took the loss for PCS. He pitched two innings, surrendering nine runs, five hits, and striking out three.

Joel Showalter and Josh Heller each drove in one run to lead the Chargers.

 

Varsity defeats Woodland 10-4

PCS Varsity defeated Flanagan/Woodland 10-4 on Thursday after taking the lead late in the game. The game was tied at three with Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity batting in the top of the fifth when Brad Timm homered off of Rose, driving in one run. PCS captured the lead in the first inning. Justin Post's sac fly scored one run for the chargers. The Chargers knotted the game up at three in the top of the fourth inning.They then scored one run when Josh Hoffman singled with two outs in the fourth inning. PCS scored three runs in the sixth inning. The big inning was thanks to a home run by Post. Brad Timm earned the win for PCS. He tossed six and two-thirds innings, surrendering four runs, seven hits, and striking out nine. Rose took the loss for Flanagan/Woodland. He threw five innings, allowing five runs, eight hits, and striking out four. Home runs for Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity came when Timm homered in the fifth inning, Post homered in the sixth inning, and Ryan Hauter homered in the fifth inning.The Varsity collected 12 hits. Timm, Hoffman, and Post each collected multiple hits for Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity. Hoffman and Timm each collected three hits to lead the Chargers.

Timm Throws Shutout As The Varsity Defeats Stark County 12-0

 

Brad Timm didn't allow a single run as the Chargers defeated Stark County 12-0 on Saturday. Timm allowed just three hits and induced a fly out from Kiejewetter to end the game. An early lead helped propel PCS to victory. The Varsity scored on a single by Noah Rodman, a walk , and a single by Josh Heller in the first inning. PCS captured the lead in the first inning. With zero outs in the first inning Rodman drove in one run when he singled. The Chargers scored six runs in the third inning. The big inning was thanks to a error, a single by Heller, a walk by Noah Bennington, a single by Josh Hoffman, and a groundout. Brad Timm earned the win, he threw five innings, giving up zero runs, three hits, and striking out six. The Chargers collected ten hits. Josh Heller, Joel Showalter, and Josh Hoffman each collected multiple hits. The Chargers were sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Justin Post made the most plays with six.

Varsity loses to Dee Mack

Despite a great pitching performance by Noah Rodman, PCS loses to Dee Mack 6-0. Rodman pitched a complete game allowing 2 earned runs and 7 strikes outs. 

Varsity loses a close one to Marquette 3-1

The chargers fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 3-1 loss to Marquette on Thursday. Marquette scored on a walk by Killelea in the first inning and a single by Fanti in the second inning. The pitching was strong on both sides. Marquette pitchers struck out seven, while PCS sat down six. Marquette captured the lead in the first inning. Noah Rodman walked Killelea with the bases loaded to drive in a run. Fanti earned the win for Marquette. He threw seven innings, allowing one run, six hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Rodman took the loss for Peoria PCS. He went five innings, allowing three runs, five hits, and striking out four. Rodman, Josh Hoffman, Noah Bennington, Josh Heller, Joel Showalter, and Justin Post each collected one hit to lead the Varsity. PCS was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Post had the most chances in the field with seven.

Varsity loses to Marquette 13-5

Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity and Marquette played a tight game, but Marquette pulled out the 13-5 victory on Tuesday. The game was tied at five with Marquette batting in the bottom of the fifth when there was an error, scoring one run. PCS captured the lead in the first inning. Justin Post doubled on a 0-2 count in the first inning, scoring one run. The chargers scored three runs in the third inning on a single by Brad Timm. Donahue earned the win for Marquette. He tossed three innings, allowing one run, two hits, striking out five, and walking one. Josh Hoffman took the loss for PCS. He went four and a third innings, allowing six runs, four hits, and striking out three. Foster started the game for Marquette. He pitched four innings, giving up four runs, three hits, and striking out five. Brad Timm went 2-for-3 at the plate as he led the team with three runs batted in.

 

Varsity loses to Eureka 5-3

PCS watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover in a 5-3 loss to Eureka on Saturday. Eureka scored on a double by Streit and a single by Frank in the first inning. The Chargers lost despite out-hitting Eureka six to four. Eureka took an early lead in the first inning. Streit doubled on a 1-1 count in the first inning, scoring two runs. Zimmerman earned the win for Eureka. He pitched two and two-thirds innings, allowing one run, four hits, and striking out two. Two relievers helped Eureka close out the victory. Hoelscher threw three and two-thirds innings. Joel Showalter took the loss for PCS. He threw four innings, allowing three runs, three hits, and striking out three. Josh Hoffman led the Chargers with two runs batted in. He went 2-for-4 on the day. Eureka was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Frank had the most chances in the field with seven.

Two Pitchers Team Up As Varsity Shuts Out Henry

Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity defeated Henry 9-0 on Tuesday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Noah Rodman struck out C.Smith to finish off the game. PCS grabbed an early lead. The Chargers scored on a single by Justin Post in the first inning, a single by Josh Heller in the first inning, a single by Noah Rodman in the second inning, and a fielder's choice by Post in the second inning. Then the chargers scored three runs in the fourth inning. The big inning was thanks to a groundout by Post, a single by Brad Timm, and a error.

Josh Hoffman earned the win for Peoria Christian Chargers Varsity. He pitched six innings, allowing zero runs, one hit, striking out 11, and walking one. G.Smith took the loss for Henry. He tossed four innings, giving up nine runs, nine hits, and striking out three. PCS had ten hits in the game. Heller and Hoffman each collected multiple hits for the Chargers as well.

Varsity loses to Valmeyer 14-0

Valmeyer hit the ball really well today and was able to score a lot of runs early. We made some efforts to come back, but couldn't get that run across. 

Varsity loses to Waterloo 8-3

The team started the season with a tough opponent in Waterloo. After a late charge, and a nice triple from Noah Rodman, Waterloo was able to hold us off.