In a warm up to the state tournament this week in Cape Girardeau, the Boonville 9U All-Stars finished 1-1 in their own tournament by beating the Bombers 11-9 in the first game and then losing to Glasgow 19-7.
In a three team tournament, Glasgow finished 2-0 while Boonville 9s went 1-1 and Bombers 0-2.
In the first game against the Bombers, the Boonville 9 All-Stars rallied from a 2-0 deficit after two by exploding for eight runs in the third and three again in the fourth for the victory.
Lucas Schuster picked up the win on the mound for Boonville while Sammy Hage took the loss for the Bombers. Schuster pitched the first-two innings and struck out five batters while giving up two runs on one hit and one walk. Hage, meanwhile, pitched 1/3 innings in relief of starter Landry Timm and surrendered four runs on two hits and one walk.
Boonville 9 All-Stars also out-hit the Bombers 7-5, with Darrin Leonard going 2-for-3 with two singles and one RBI. Baylor Jackson and Payton Oeth each had one single and one RBI while Brooks Poulsen, Kailen Vaca and Clayton Schuster added one single each. Jailyn Patel, meanwhile, finished the game with one run batted in.
For the Bombers, Sammy Hage doubled and drove in two runs while Shane Oswald added one single and two RBIs, Reece Townlain and Landry Timm each with one single and one RBI and Chase Chamberlain with one single.
In the second game, Glasgow jumped out to stay against the Bombers while pushing across one in the second, five again in the third and four in the fourth for a 10-0 victory.
Nathan Prentzler was the winning pitcher in the game for Glasgow while Brody Porter took the loss for the Bombers. Prentzler started the game and pitched 3 2/3 innings and struck out 10 batters while giving up two hits and four walks. Porter, meanwhile, pitched the first-two innings and surrendered one run on one hit and two walks while striking out three.
A.J. Westhues led all hitters in the game for Glasgow with two doubles and one RBI. Jackson Meyer had a single, double and one RBI while Lane Fuemmeler added one single and one RBI.
For the Bombers, Brayden Viertel and Vander Haeford each had one single.
In the final game, the Boonville 9 All-Stars led Glasgow 3-1 after two. However it was pretty much all Glasgow after that with a 18-4 advantage in the final-two innings for a 19-7 win.
A.J. Westhues picked up the win on the mound for Glasgow while Aiden Rapp took the loss for Boonville. Westhues pitched three innings in relief of starter Jackson Strodtman and gave up six runs on four hits and three walks while striking out three. For Boonville, Rapp pitched 2/3 inning in relief of starter Jailyn Patel and issued 11 runs on nine hits and three walks while striking out one batter.
Glasgow also out-hit Boonville 9s 15-5, with A.J. Westhues going 4-for-4 with two singles, one double, one triple and three RBIs. Jackson Strodtman had two singles and one double while Nathan Prentzler added one single, one triple and one RBI, Irwan Himmelberg and Lane Fuemmeler each with one single, one double and two RBIs, Kyler Kettman with one single and one RBI and Jonah Barringhaus with one single.
For Boonville 9s, Clayton Schuster had one single, one triple and one RBI while Darrin Leonard added one single and one RBI and Shawn Beach Reasons and Kailen Vaca each with one single.