2016 MSHSAA State Baseball

619px-Baseball_(crop)Prepcasts.com and MSHSAA.TV are teaming up this year for the 2016 Baseball State Championships from TR Hughes Stadium.

Prepcasts.com will provide the announcers for all the Semi Final games and will have Nate Lucas – the voice of the Springfield Cardinals and Tim Miller on all the Final Games.  All Finals are @ 1:30 pm each day.

Prepcasts.com and MSHSAA.TV will simulcast the audio portion on both formats.

 

[From MSHSAA.org]

VIDEO BROADCASTS

All Semifinal and Championship games from the baseball championships will be available on-line at www.MSHSAA.tv.  There is a subscription fee involved with watching the games on-line.  The third-place games will not be streamed on MSHSAA.tv.

 

The 3rd place games will ONLY be on Prepcasts.com as a video cast … all 3rd place games are @ 10:30 am each day.

 

67th MSHSAA Baseball Championships

Class 1 – May 30 and 31 
Class 2 – May 31 and June 1
Class 3 – June 1 and 2
Class 4 – June 3 and 4
Class 5 – June 2 and 3

O’Fallon Ballpark, O’Fallon
Admission $7 per day (re-entry permitted only with proper wristband)

 

BRACKETS & STATS

Class 1 Brackets (.html)
Class 2 Brackets (.html)
Class 3 Brackets (.html)
Class 4 Brackets (.html)
Class 5 Brackets (.html)

 

 

 

 

Vianney Freshman QB Leads the Way

SchulteThe Vianney Griffins (2-3) defeated the Holt Indians (0-5), 35-21 on Friday night with Freshman QB Tionne Harris leading the way. Harris took over the starting job for Junior QB Nick Voorhees after he sprained his knee in week 4 vs CBC. With a lot of help from his big offensive line, Harris ran for 202 yards and passed for 154 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Holt Indians jumped out to a 7-0 lead with 3:08 left in the first quarter as QB Emilio Monsivais ran it in from 1 yard out. The defenses on both sides would then take over until just before half. The Griffins tied it up on a 58 yd TD pass from Tionne Harris to Nolan Snyder with just 1:54 left in the 1st half. Holt would immediatly respond with a 4 yd TD pass from Emilio Monsivais to Nick Tompkins to give the Indians a 14-7 halftime lead.
The 3rd Quarter would belong to the Griffins as Mitchell Yant, Dominic LaFerla, Nick Hardwick, Jake Lyon, and Liam Studdard would pave the way for the Vianney offense. Nolan Snyder caught his second TD from Tionne Harris from 24 yards out to even the score up at 14 with 5:49 left in the 3rd. Just few minutes later Harris would find Dillon Heeb for a  24 yard TD  to give the Griffins their first lead of the game 21-14. Starting safety Devin Marty also got the start at running back and ran for 106 yards and 2 TD’s in the 4th quarter. Marty’s first TD came with 9:08 left in the game from 6 yards out to make the score 28-14. It was critical for the Griffins to get production from Marty, especially after Jordon Hardwick had to leave the game with a leg injury. The Indians would not go quietly as they scored on their next drive. Emilio Monsivais would find RB Brendan Lenac on a short pass that he would take 74 yards down the sideline to cut the lead in half 28-21. Emilio Monsivais would finish the game with 242 total yards and 3 TD’s.  The Griffins offensive line would help seal the win with a long, methodical run heavy drive that was capped off by a 2 yd TD run by Devin Marty with just 2:35 left in the game. The Griffins would hold on to the 35-21 win.
The Griffins are back in action at home on Friday vs MCC rival Chaminade, While Holt will be at Fort Zumwalt East on Saturday.

SLUH Jr. Bills over De Smet

SchulteThe Saint Louis University Jr. Bills  (3-1) dominated all three phases of the game on Thursday night as they defeated the DeSmet Spartans (0-5) by the score of 49-7. The Jr Bills defense got the scoring started very early in the game. Linebacker Bryan Edwards intercepted a pass at midfield and took it all the way for a 49 yd interception return for a touchdown with 10:20 left in the 1st quarter. SLUH’S offense took over from there, as Sophmore QB Mitchell Batschelett had his best throwing game of his young career. Batschelett connected with Daniel Isom from 3 yds out with 3:26 left in the first quarter. Just a few minutes later Batschelett found David Jackson from 44 yds to give the Jr Bills a 21-0 lead with 11:05 left in the first half. Matt Bruns of the Spartans gave DeSmet life with an interception that set up great field position. Spartan QB Alik Shelton then found Jack Ilewski from 25 yards out to cut the lead to 21-7 with 8:43 left in the half. SLUH bounced back quickly as Batschelett threw his 3rd TD to David Jackson followed by a highlight reel 79 yd Td run by SR. Andre Colvin and the Jr Bills were in control with a 35-7 lead with 4:33 left in the first half. SLUH was not done yet as Senior Bryan Edwards picked  up two more TD’s, a 20 yd interception return  and a 23 yd reception from Freshman QB Christian Perez to give the JR. Bills a 49-7 lead and eventuallly that would be the final score.
Mitchell Batschelett finished the game 12-15 with 194 yards and 3 passing touchdowns. Senior Andre Colvin also had a big day as he rushed for 112 yards and a TD. Senior linebacker/fullback Bryan Edwards had a great overall game with 2 interception returns for TD’s and a receiving TD. SLUH will be back in action on Friday at Parkway South, while DeSmet will host CBC.

Good News and Bad News from Vianney

SchulteThe Vianney Griffins (1-1) dropped their home opener to the Jackson Indians (2-0), 30-23 on Friday night. This night was highlighted before the kickoff by an enthusiastic rededication to the new field surface and track at Don Heeb Field. The large crowd saw the #2 ranked team in Class 5, the Jackson Indians get off to a great start. The Indians sprinted to a 16-0 lead in the 1st quarter with the arm and legs of all-state quarterback Dante Vandeven. Vandeven had TD passes of  57 yards and 13 yards right after the Indians defense started the scoring with a safety. The Griffins cut the lead in half with 10:47 left in the 2nd quarter with a 16 yd TD pass from Nick Voorhees to Kyle Markway. The 2 pt conversion was successful as Voorhees connected with Markway again to make the score 16-8. The Indians took advantage of great field position after a high snap on a punt with just 54 seconds left in the half. Dante Vandeven increased to lead to 23-8 with a 4 yd td run with just 18 seconds left in the half.
Nolan Snyder started the second half strong for the Griffins with a 70 yd kickoff return that set Vianney up at Jackson’s 20 yd line. The Griffins missed a great chance as Jordon Hardwick lost a fumble inside the 5 yard line. Vandeven and the Indians made the Griffins pay as they would go 97 yards on a scoring drive capped off by a 7 yd TD run by Vandeven making the score 30-8. The Griffins would not give up as Voorhees connected with Nolan Snyder down the middle of the field for an 82 yd touchdown strike. The Griffins would then convert another 2 pt conversion from Hardwick to Markway cutting the deficit to 30-16 with 8:08 left in the 3rd quarter. There would not be any more scoring until 5:32 left in the game when freshman runningback Tionne Harris took the halfback option and tossed it downfield to Nolan Snyder for a 43 yd touchdown cutting the lead to 30-23. Vianney would get the ball back and were driving when they were stopped around midfield when time expired. The Indians held on to a hard fought 30-23 win.
Dante Vandeven finished with 363 total yards from scrimmage and 4 tds.  Nick Voorhees led the Griffins with 230 yds passing and 2 TD’s, while also rushing for 38 yards. Nolan Snyder also had a big night with 234 yards receiving and a 70 yard kickoff return for the Griffins. Click here for the replay …
Jackson will be back in St. Louis in week 3 as they will travel to Marquette. The Griffins will get their MCC conference season started as they will take on SLUH on the road. Vianney @ SLUH can be seen on the Vianney Sports Network. Kickoff is set for 7.  Click here to view that game …

Check out the New Football Show – Prepcasts LLI – Week 2

prepcasts facebook profilePrepcasts is proud to announce the continuation of our addition to our Friday night high school football coverage.  This Friday night at 6:30, we will continue the Prepcasts Live Listen In (LLI) show. Prepcasts will continue to bring you our featured Friday night games, but the Prepcasts LLI show will only enhance the coverage. Hosted this week by Tim Miller, the Prepcasts LLI show will run until around 10:00, and it will provide coverage of all of our featured games in addition to updated scores from high school football contests across the St. Louis area and from our affiliates in Ste. Gen and KCMW. In addition, we will bring you pre-game and post-game analysis of all our featured games from our Prepcasts broadcast crews.
 
So remember, the Prepcasts LLI show will air live every Friday night from 6:30 – 10:00 and, as an added bonus, all shows will be archived for on-demand listening at your convenience, free of charge. Click here for that show …

The Prepcasts Broadcasting Network Promotes MDA

MDA logoThis would be the weekend that you would always stay up late and watch Jerry Lewis do his annual fundraising on his telethon.  With his retirement the torch has been passed to the communities and to us.

The Prepcasts Broadcasting Network will try to do their part to keep this need alive this weekend.  We will be promoting what MDA is doing in the Kansas City area on those broadcasts and what St. Louis is doing with the KSDK-TV mini telethon on the east side of the state broadcasts.

Here is a link about the Kansas City Lock-UP … http://www2.mda.org/site/TR/Lock-Up/77-675-KansasCityDistrict?fr_id=12019&pg=entry and a link about the telethon … http://archive.ksdk.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=335464

The broadcasts will also be presenting PSA’s from celebrities during the broadcasts as well.

Thanks for those that have already supported MDA and please give what you can when the Firefighter’s come around with their boots this weekend.

 

Vianney Football Wins on the Road, Now Coming Home

SchulteThe Vianney Griffins kicked off their 2014 season in very impressive fashion with a 42-13 victory vs Francis Howell North. The Griffins used a balanced attack on both sides of the ball to pull away from the Knights. Junior quarterback Nick Voorhees led the way with 256 total yards passing and running and 4 TD’s. Senior Nolan Snyder also had a big night with 3 touchdowns (2 receiving, and a 25 yd interception return). Senior captains and top prospects Jordon Hardwick and Kyle Markway also had big nights on both sides of the ball for the Griffins. Elijah Keely had a standout performance for the Knights as he scored both TD’s, a 3 yd TD run and a 92 yd kickoff return. It wasn’t nearly enough as the Griffins pulled away for a 42-13 victory.
The scoring started in the 1st quarter for the Griffins on a 3rd down play,  it was a 24 yd TD pass from Nick Voorhees to Jordon Hardwick. Voorhees continued his great play in the 2nd quarter with a perfect ball down the sideline to Nolan Snyder for a 40 yd TD pass with 4:55 left in the 1st half. The Knights anwered to pull within a touchdown at half with a 3 yd Td run by Elijah Keely with 1:30 left in the half. Just 54 seconds into the second half Nolan Snyder picked off a Konner Fitzgerald and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown. Griffins led 20-7 after the extra point failed. Another Nick Voorhees TD pass to Nolan Snyder and a successsful 2 pt conversion run by  Jordon Hardwick pushed the lead to  28-7 with 5:10 left in the 3rd quarter. Senior RB Elijah Keely tried to keep Howell North in the game as he returned the ensuing kickoff 92 yards for a TD cutting the lead to 28-13. The 4th quarter was all Griffins, as TD runs by Jordon Hardwick and Nick Voorhees pushed the lead to 42-13.  Click here to View the replay …
Both teams are back in action on Friday night. The Knights will travel to Fort Zumwalt East to take on the Lions. While the Griffins will have their home opener  vs Jackson. Not only are the Griffins looking for revenge over a team that ended their season last year in the playoffs, but they will also have the grand opening of their facility upgrades at Don Heeb Field. Kickoff is set for 7, you can catch all the action on the Vianney Sports Network powered by Prepcasts.com.

Archive! – Mar. 15 – HS Girls Basketball – Class 1, Championship – North Andrew vs Walnut Grove

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Archive! – Mar. 15 – HS Boys Basketball – Class 1, Championship – Scott County Central vs Meadville

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Archive! – Mar. 15 – HS Girls Basketball – Class 3, Championship – El Dorado Springs vs Ash Grove

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