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Game 1 in the Books... Hens Win 13-3!

Brian Sprout capped off a terrific day at the plate for Miesville with a 2 RBI single to end the game in the 8th inning via the 10 run rule.  Sprout led Miesville offensively going 4-5 on the day while the team pounded out 15 hits in total.

Miesville trailed early 1-0 but answered right away in the bottom of the 1st on a 2 out 3-run HR by Matt Van Der Bosch in which Miesville would not look back from there, eventually ending the game 13-3 in the 8th.

On the mound, Jacob Dickmeyer picked up his 11th win on the year going 7 innings on 8 hits, 1 walk, and 3 K's. 

Miesville will now take on the Chaska Cubs this Friday 8/26 @ 5pm in Hutchinson.  If Miesville wins, they will play the following day, Saturday 8/27 @ 11am in Dassel.

Seems like a great excuse to ditch out of work early on Friday!!!


Hens Tuned-Up with a 19-4 Victory, on to State!

Miesville took care of business in their final tune-up game before heading to the state tournament by defeating another state tournament team, Champlin Logators, by a 19-4 final score in 7 innings.

The Mudhens clubbed 21 hits including 4  each from both Charles Bruchu and Spencer Merle.  Several others had multiple hits and RBI and every starter in the line-up had at least one hit.

On the mound was "bullpen by committee" with 4 pitchers used (Dickmeyer, Maher, Ahern, Goodnature) with only 2 earned runs given up on the night on 3 hits and striking out 9 batters.

Miesville heads into the state tournament with a 28-4 overall record and have drawn the Monticello Polecats in the single elimination round.  This game will be played in Litchfield on Sunday, August 21st @ 1:30pm.  Winner moves on to play the following Friday, August 26th @ 5pm and the loser's season is over.

This should be a good match-up as Monticello is a good young team so we would love to see all supporters to carpool/caravan out to Litchfield this Sunday to cheer on your Mudhens in their quest for a 6th State Tournament Championship!


Miesville Adds a Tune-Up Game

Miesville added a game for Tuesday 8/16 vs Champlin in Miesville @ 8pm.  This will now officially be the last game in Miesville for the season so make sure you get down there and see your state bound Mudhens!


Miesville Advances to State with a Two Game Sweep Over Northfield

In game 1 of the series, Miesville was well rested after their first round bye for its Section 1B best-of-three series against Northfield. But, the Mudhens' bats did not take a break.

Going off for 16 hits, including four-hit games from Charles Bruchu and Nate Hammes, Miesville made short work of the visiting Knights on Sunday with a 14-3 seven-inning victory at Jack Ruhr Field.

Hammes hit a home run and a double for the Mudhens while Joey Werner scored three times in the victory. On the mound, Jacob Dickmeyer went the distance for Miesville, striking out three with no walks and eight hits allowed in the victory.

Miesville’s heavy-hitting lineup secured a berth to the Class B state tournament Tuesday with a 12-1 victory over Northfield at Sechler Park to clinch a 2-0 series victory in the second round of the Section 1B playoffs.

The top-seeded Mudhens (27-4) used a seven-run second inning to take control of the game early. Miesville collected seven hits in the inning while taking advantage of an error and two walks. The Mudhens finished with 18 hits in the game, after tallying 16 in a 14-3 Game 1 victory Sunday in Miesville.

Charles Bruchu was 3-for-5 with three runs scored, Nate Hammes finished 3-for-6 with two RBI and a run, and Andrew Werner went 3-for-5 at the plate with a double, three RBI and a run. Spencer Merle scored three times while going 2-for-5, and Joey Werner helped the Mudhens' cause by going 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI.

On the mound, Steve Maher got the win after striking out 11 with four hits, three walks and a run allowed in a seven-inning victory.  Maher didn't allow a hit until the 5th inning.  Ryan Fritze pitched a scoreless 8th and 9th adding 4K's.

Miesville will go into state representing Section 1B as the #1 seed and will have to wait until next week to find out when, where, and who they will face in the first round of the tournament.  Please check back in with us next week as we anticipate adding a midweek pick-up game and for further state tournament info!


Miesville Closes the Reg Season with 2 Wins, #1 Seed Heading into Playoffs

Miesville finished the regular season with a 25-4 record and 2 more wins over Belle Plaine and Chaseburg-Coon Valley this past weekend and will wait until Sunday the 7th for their first playoff game.

Miesville made quick work of Bell Plaine Friday night in a shortened 7 inning game, 10-0.  Charles Bruchu lead the offense going 2-3 with another HR.  All other starters had at least one hit.  Ryan Fritze got the spot start on the mound, picking up the win in 6 innings of work.  Only allowing 3 hits with no runs surrendered and adding 8 K's.

Sunday Miesville closed out the regular season defeating the reigning Wisconsin 2015 state champs, Chaseburg-Coon Valley by a score of 5-3.  Miesville was down 2-0 early until the 7th when Andrew Werner blasted a grand slam HR to take the lead 4-2.  Deryk Marks added a solo shot in the 8th.  Once again, Jacob Dickmeyer got the win on the mound with another complete game. 

Miesville will be off this week receiving a first round bye and will have to wait for the results of the first round of playoffs before they know who they will play next week in a best of 3 game series.  Possible opponents would be; Northfield, Red Wing, or Hastings.

We do know the first game of this series will be on Sunday, August 7th @ 2pm in Miesville.  Game 2 will be on Tuesday, August 9th @ TBD.  If necessary, game 3 will be back in Miesville on  Friday, August 12 @ 8pm.

We hope to see you all come support the Hens as they attempt to make it back to State! 


Streak Ends at 19 at the Hands of Elko

Miesville's 19 game winning streak came to and end last Friday night as the #6 Class B state ranked Elko defeated the #2 ranked Hens 6-3.  Elko crushed the ball off starter Steve Maher for 3 HR and 5 runs even though he struck out 8 in his 5 innings of work.  Miesville couldn't quite come back as the offense was lacking with only 5 hits on the night including a Nate Hammes solo HR.

Miesville defeated the #2 Class A ranked St. Louis Park for their 19th straight win last Wed 11-5 with Brian Sprout leading the way offensively going 4-5 and Shannon Ahern picking up the win in strong relief going 6 innings with 2 earned runs on 7 hits and 3 K's.  Chris Olean worked the final 2 innings for the save.

Sunday Miesville visited Hampton and left with a 3-1 victory.  Once again Jacob Dickmeyer pitched a complete game only giving up 1 run and striking out 5.  Miesville was pretty quiet offensively in the first 6 innings until the 7th when Andrew Werner hit a solo HR.  Miesville added a run in the 8th and another solo HR by Chuck Bruchu in the 9th.  Bruchu ended the day with 3 hits including a 2B to go along with the bomb.

Miesville has 2 more regular season home games before playoffs.  Tonight they will host Belle Plaine @ 8pm and Sunday Chaseburg-Coon Valley (Wi) @ 2pm for fan appreciation day.


Weather Update

Tonight's game vs Lyon's Pub has been cancelled due to the weather.


Streak is at 18!  Miesville Clinches #1 Seed in Section 1B

Miesville picked up 2 more wins last week over Green Isle and Hastings 11-2 and 15-1 respectively bumping a season high win streak to 18 games!

Last Friday Miesville travelled to Green Isle to take on the class C #3 ranked Irish and left victorious with a score of 11-2.  Ryan Fritze picked up the win on the mound in his first start on the year going 5 innings allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and striking out 3.  Shannon Ahern followed with 3 innings scoreless middle relief striking out 4 and Andrew Werner shut the door pitching a perfect 9th with 2 K's.  Offensively Miesville had 15 hits on the night lead by Jacob Dickmeyer, Nate Hammes, and Deryk Marks who each had 3.  Marks added a solo HR.

More of same story on Sunday where Miesville pounded Hastings 15-1 in a shortened 7 inning affair.  Another great starting pitching performance and a complete game victory by Dickmeyer striking out 10 batters and only giving up 1 run.  The Hens again cranked out 17 hits on the day.  Marks added another HR to go with his 3 hits and Charles Bruchu was on fire with 4 RBI and 3 hits as well on the day.

This victory clinched the #1 seed for the Section 1B playoffs and the rest of the season and first round of playoffs will decide who Miesville will match up with in a best of 3 game series to go to state.  More on this to come later.

Tonight Miesville will host the #1 ranked team in class A, St. Louis Park @ 8pm, host Elko on Friday @ 8pm for Miesville Night, and finish the CCVL schedule visiting Hampton @ 2pm on Sunday.


Schedule Update... Games Cancelled

Tonight's game vs Chanhassen has been cancelled due to a shortness of available players on their end.  Also, next Tuesday's (7.19) game vs Champlin has also been cancelled.  No make up games will be scheduled for these games.

Miesville will hit the road Friday 7.15 and take on Green Isle @ 7:30pm and then visit Hastings @ 2pm on Sunday 7.17.


16 In-A-Row! Hens Pick up Two Wins Over Weekend

Miesville picked up another 2 wins this weekend against the Austin Greyhounds and Section and CCVL rival Dundas.

Friday night, Miesville 10-runned Austin in 7 iniings 13-3 in a dominant pitching performance by Steve Maher.  Maher pitched all 7 innings racking up 14 strikeouts and only giving up 2 earned runs.  Everybody contributed offensively with Deryk Marks leading the way with 4 hits and 2 RBI.  Zach Laffey, Alex LaShomb, and Jacob Dickmeyer all had multiple hits as well with Miesville banging out 18 hits on the night.

Sundays contest was with the Dundas Dukes who entered Sunday right behind Miesville in Section 1B play and currently ranked #3 in the state behind the #2 Mudhens.  It was a pretty even game as both teams had quality pitchers on the mound until the top of the 9th.  with the game tied at 2 Miesville loaded the bases with nobody out and ended scoring 2 to go ahead 4-2 even though a contiversial out was given to Dundas via the infield fly rule.  Dundas did fight back to pull within one but they stranded the tying run on 3rd as Miesville escaped with a 4-3 win.

Jacob Dickmeyer started on the mound and pitched 7 innings in the no decision, giving up 2 runs and striking out 6.  Chris Olean picked up the win pitching the last 2 innings.  Nate Hammes lead Miesville offensively going 2-4 with 2RBI and Deryk Marks added a solo HR.

This week Miesville will host Channhassen Wed @ 8pm but will travel to Green Isle on Friday @ 7:30pm and in Hastings @ 2pm on Sunday. 


14 Straight...Miesville Tops the Caps 

Wednesday night the Mudhens defeated the St. Paul Capitals 4-1 behind a great pitching performance from rookie Shannon Ahern to make 14 straight wins for Miesville!  Ahern picked up his first quality start and win on the season pitching 7 strong innings only allowing a single unearned run.  8 of 9 batters had a hit in the game and Charles Bruchu lead offensively with 2 hits and an RBI.  Ryan Fritze pitched the 8th and 9th to slam the door, striking out 4 and earning the save.

Miesville will be back in action tonight @ 8pm hosting the Austin Greyhounds and then on Sunday will travel to rival Dundas @ 2pm for a big Section 1B contest.  Hope to see you there!


Hens Win Another 4, Streak is at 12 Games!

Last week Miesville won another 4 games pushing their current win streak to 12!  Despite multiple injuries and missing players, the bats continued to produce as it was much needed defeating Rosetown 13-11, Eagan 7-6, Cannon Falls 11-9, and Red Wing 9-1.

Offensively Miesville was lead by Alex LaShomb and Chuck Bruchu.  Alex was on fire going 7-11 last week with 3 RBI at the plate.  Bruchu did the most damage as he was 8-16 on the week with 9 RBI and 2 HR.

Yesterday's 4th of July's rivalry game vs Red Wing was dominated by a fantastic pitching performance by Miesville's Jacob Dickmeyer.  8 strong innings only giving up a single unearned run in the first inning, Dickmeyer held Red Wing to only 5 hits on the day while striking out 5.  Pretty much the entire lineup contributed offensively while Deryk Marks and Zach Laffey both added HR's on the day.

Miesville will host the St Paul Capitals Wed 7/6 @ 8pm and the Austin Greyhounds Fri 7/8 @ 8pm before they travel to rival Dundas Sun @2pm.


3 More Wins, 8 in a Row for the Hens

Miesville tallied 3 more wins last week defeating the Minneapolis Lakers 7-1, Lake City 8-0, and Northfield 9-7.  That makes 8 straight victories for Miesville who is now 12-3 on the season.

Last Wednesday's game vs the Lakers was highlighted by a complete game pitching performance by Jacob Dickmeyer who nearly got the shut out but allowed 1 earned run in the 9th inning.  He struck out 8 batters on the day with only 2 walks.  Offensively Miesville had 13 hits with multiple hits from Matt Van Der Bosch (3), Deryk Marks (2), Brian Sprout (2), and Zach Laffey (2).

Friday the Mudhens defeated Lake City 8-0 behind more good pitching from starter Steve Maher and 3 innings of relief from Ryan Fritze.  Maher went 6 innings with 10 K's and no runs while Fritze added 3 innings of scoreless relief and tallied 4 K's himself.  Multiple hits came from Nate Hammes and Deryk Marks who also added a HR.

Sundays contest featured the Northfield Knights who gave Miesville their only section loss so far this season.  On a very windy and offensive day, Miesville out slugged Northfield with 19 hits to their 12, with a 9-7 final score.  Andrew Werner struggled early giving up 6 runs in only 3 innigs but reliever Deryk Marks was brilliant going the next 6 innings only allowing 1 run for the rest of the game.  Northfield tied the game at 7 in the 7th but Miesville would answer right back in the bottom of the frame when Matt Van Der Bosch let off with a HR and Brian Sprout scored on a Nate Hammes 2B.  Miesville had everyone in the lineup tally at least 1 hit and 8 of the 9 starters all had multiple hits in the game!  Marks also added a solo HR of his own.

It will be another busy week at the Jack when Miesville hosts Rosetown 6/29 @8pm, Eagan 7/1 @8pm, Cannon Falls 7/3 @2pm, and the annual 4th of July rivalry game vs Red Wing @2pm.  See you there!


That's 5 in a Row

Miesville adds 2 more wins this weekend over the defending state champs Dundas by a score of 15-7 and throttled Randolph 18-0 in 7 innings.

Miesville found themselves down 6-2 at one point last Friday night against Dundas, but battled back to tie the game (7-7) in the 7th off of a 2 run bomb by Brian Sprout and went on to add 8 more runs in the 8th inning securing the victory 15-7.

Sunday a very short staffed Miesville traveled to Randolph in the heat and made it a short game, eliminating the Railcats 18-0 in 7 innings.  The Hens wasted no time scoring 8 in the top of the 1st and it was all over from there.  Just about everybody contributed offensively but the highlight of the game was a Grand Slam by catcher Nate Hammes.  Aaron Stein got the win going 6 strong only allowing 3 hits.

The Mudhens are now 9-3 on the season and scoring 63 runs in their last 6 games!

This week Miesville will host the Minneapolis Lakers on Wed 6/22 @ 8pm, the Lake City Serpents on Fri 6/24 @ 8pm, and the Northfield Knights on Sun 6/26 @ 2pm.


Miesville Starts a New 3 Game Win Streak

After dropping a pair of games to Hampton and the Minneapolis Angels,  Miesville has won 3 straight over Randolph (10-0), Cannon Falls (6-1), and section rival Elko (8-3).

Next up is another section rival and defending state champs Dundas tomorrow, June 17th in Miesville at 8pm.  Should be a great game between the 2 squads as Dundas and Miesville are both ranked as top teams in the state according the the MBA's most recent poll.  

See you there!


Tonight's Game is Cancelled

Tonight's contest with Champlin has been cancelled due to the wet projected forecast for the rest of the evening.  Miesville will host Hampton this Sunday 6/5 at 2pm which looks to be a beautiful day.  See you then!


Miesville Wins 3 Straight

After shaking off the rust on an opening day loss to Northfield, the Mudhens are starting to get back into last year's form, winning 3 straight games defeating Hastings, Red Wing, and Minnetonka respectively.

Sunday, 29th Miesville defeted Hastings 3-1 under a solid debut from new-coming pitcher Jacob Dickmeyer.  Dickmeyer received the"W" going 7 innings and only allowing a single run.  Steve Maher closed the door pitching a perfect 8th and 9th.

Monday, June 30th Miesville traveled to rival Red Wing and put together a 7-0 victory behind starting pitcher Bret Mitchell who went 8 innings with 16 K's!  Player/Manager Chris Olean pitched the 9th and picked up 2 K's himself making 18 total strike outs on the night!  The offense was carried by Deryk Marks who had 3 hits and 2 RBI.

Wednesday, June 1 Miesville took on the defending Class A State Champions, the Minnetonka Millers at the "Jack" and took care of the undefeated Millers 11-6.  The bats were alive early and often for Miesville banging out 17 hits on the night lead by Andrew Werner, Spencer Merle, and Zach Laffey who each had 3 hits on the night.  Werner (who homered as well) also got the start on the mound and picked up the win.

Miesville plans to be back in action tonight as they host the Champlin Logators at 8pm in Miesville (weather permitting).  Please keep checking back on here for an update on tonight's game.


Rained Out for Tonight's Game

Due to wet weather and c
onditions, tonight's game has been postponed with Shakopee.  We will look to make this up later this season.

Miesville will now have the home opener this Sunday at 2pm vs Hastings.


Rusty Season Opener Leads to Tough Loss

Game 1 for Miesville came a bit late this season due a cancelled season opener last weekend with Lake City.  The Mudhens couldn't shake off enough rust to close out game 1 in Northfield.  Miesville had a 3-2 lead headed into the bottom of the eighth but a couple of hits and unearned runs, Miesville gave up 4 runs and ended-up dropping the game 6-4.

Offensively hits were scattered having 9 though-out the game but  a lack of timely hitting.  The lone brightspot was the season debut of Miesville's new pitcher Bret Mitchell who struck out 11 in only 6 inning of work.

Miesville will be back in action for the home opener, this Friday 5/27, 8pm at the Jack as the Hens will host Shakopee.



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