Noah Fink Throws Perfect Game

History was made on Tuesday, June 17th when Noah Fink from Sheboygan Lutheran – Kohler High School threw a PREFECT GAME against Ozaukee High School. Noah struck out 12 batter is his perfect game. Sheboygan Lutheran – Kohler High School won the game by a score of 4-0.

Coach Tim Muth had this say about Noah’s Perfect Game. “Tonight was the best control that I have seen from Noah. Noah was as strong with his fastball at the end of the game as he was at the beginning. Noah was very efficient by locating his fastball the entire game. He kept hitters off balance with his off speed pitches. Everything was working to “perfection” for Noah.”

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All-Stars Derek Van Pay Throws NO-HITTER

Wisconsin All-Stars Derek Van Pay (class of 2015, Denmark High School) pitched a NO-HITTER in the Lancer Classic Buffalo New York U/18 Showcase Tournament. College coaches scouting at the All-Stars had Derek throwing his fastball in the 85-87 mph range. In that game Derek struck out 8 batters. He also hit a two run home run. Derek is a DI, DII candidate. He made “TEAM WISCONSIN” this past year. His GPA is 3.61 and he has a ACT test score of 29. Derek’s projected major is Environmental or Mechanical Engineering.

Derek is one of the top right handed pitchers in our state class of 2015 according to Wisconsin Baseball Report. He stands 6’0”, weighs 175, bats right, throws right. As of September 7th Derek is still uncommitted. To recruit Derek call him at 920.655.4718 or e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. To view his high school video link and player profile links go to: NCSA Profile: Field Level Profile: For more information on the Wisconsin All-Stars Exposure Showcase Team go to


Jeren Kendall Gets Drafted in MLB 2014 Amateur Baseball Draft

Jeren KendallJeren Kendall (Holmen High School, Class of 2014) was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 30th round of the MLB Amateur Draft. Kendall was ranked the 88th best baseball player in the draft according to Baseball America. Baseball experts who cover the draft expected Jeren to go much higher. Scouts knew that Jeren was committed to going to Vanderbilt (NCAA Division I National Champs) and that was the reason he was drafted so low in the draft. Jeren batted .521 for his high school team with a slugging percentage of 1.000. Jeren has excellent speed (60 yard dash time 6.6) with a throwing velocity of 92-94 mph. Jeren was the TOPhigh school baseball prospect by Wisconsin Baseball Report for 2014. Jeren played on the Wisconsin All-Stars (Wisconsin #1 High School Exposure Showcase Team) in 2012. 

Vinnie Hublie Commits


Vinnie Hubli (Kenosha Bradford High School, Class of 2015) has committed to University of Illinois Chicago (NCAA Div I). UIC plays in Horizon league. Vinnie was one of the TOP performing players at the 6th Annual Wisconsin High School TOP PROSPECT Showcase by Under Armour. The showcase was held at KAPCO park home to Concordia University Baseball and the Lake Shore Chinooks in the Northwoods League. The showcase is ran by Wisconsin Baseball Report.

To get a college scholarship it is all about exposure. A college coach can't recruit a player that he does not know.  College recruiting is that simple! If you have teh desire and ability to play baseball at the next level then you need to attend the 7th Annual Wisconsin High school TOP PROSPECT Showcase by Under Armour in June of 2015. 

Wisconsin Baseball Report Draft Predictions

Wisconsin Baseball Report scouts believe these players have the best chance of getting drafted in the 2014 MLB amateur draft. They are:

  • J.P. Feyereisen, RHP, Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  • Jordan Hass, RHP, Pewaukee
  • Zack Henderson, RHP/OF, Greendale
  • Jeren Kendal, OF, Holmen
  • Miles Lewis, C, Hudson
  • Noah Sadler, OF/1B, Mukwonago
  • Colin Butkiewicz, C, Greendale

Jordan Hass, Jeren Kendall and Colin Butkiewicz all played for the Wisconsin All-Stars. The All-Stars are Wisconsin #1 High School Exposure Showcase Team. If you are interested in trying out for the 2014 Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 and U/16 National Fall Baseball Teams contact Mike Buelow at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Check back with us after the draft to see who was drafted from Wisconsin.


Will Toetz is Still Unsigned

Will Toetz is an outstanding baseball player that should be playing college baseball somewhere on a scholarship when he graduates. In 2013, 7 games into his varsity season Will broke his elbow sliding into a base. He was not scouted because of his injury by college coaches.

Will is now healed and he is determined to play baseball at the next level on a scholarship. Will attends Franklin High School, class of 2014. He is 6’2”, weighs 195, bats right, throws right. His primary position is RHP/1st or 3rd base. His 60 yard dash time is 6.9. His fastball velocity is 83-84 mph.

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2nd Baseman Jeremy Williams is Still Uncommitted

Jeremy Williams is 5’7”, weighs 160, throws right, bats switch. His primary position is 2nd base. His secondary position is shortstop. Jeremy can also play outfield if needed. Jeremy is a very good 2nd baseman. He has excellent range going to his left, right or when using his backhand. He has a quick release, good footwork and a strong accurate arm when turning a double play. At the plate, Jeremy is a contact hitter who rarely strikes out. He has a nice short compact swing with quick hands through the hitting zone. Jeremy also has good pop in his bat. His skill test results all verified at a Wisconsin Baseball Report assessment showcase are: 60 yard dash 6.90, bat exit velocity 90-95 mph with a wood bat off a tee, infield velocity is 80 mph.

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Will Doherty is Still Uncommitted

Will Doherty from Wisconsin Heights High School is still uncommitted. Will is ranked the #2 catching prospect in our state, class of 2014 by Wisconsin Baseball Report. Will is 6’1”, weighs 180, bats right and he throws right. Will is a very good catching prospect for colleges that are still looking for a catcher. His pop time (verified by WBR at a showcase in 2013) is 1.95, and his velocity throws to 2nd base are 80 mph. In 2013, Will earned 1st Team All-Conference and CONFERENCE PLAYER of the YEAR honors while batting .454 with 25 runs driven in. Will had 11 extra base hits and his on base percentage was an incredible .695. Will also earned Honorable Mention All-District Honors as a junior.

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Get Recruited

College recruiting is very simple. If you desire to play baseball at the next level on a scholarship it is all about exposure. A college coach can’t recruit you if he does not know who you are.

If you are a baseball player in our state that has the desire and ability to play baseball at the next level then you must be PROACTIVE in the recruiting process. You have to go out and contact college coaches. You have to get your name out there. Wisconsin Baseball Report has made college recruiting simple for players who desire to play baseball at the next level.

For only $99 you can join our RECRUITMENT NETWORK. You can post your baseball athletic resume as well as academic and player contact information for college coaches to recruit you. You can upload your picture, stats, baseball honors you have earned like All-Conference, All-District or All-State. You can update your baseball resume at any time. By becoming a RECRUITMENT NETWORK member you will get event discounts to upcoming showcase events, assessment camps, and clinics.

As a RECRUITMENT NETWORK lifetime member you will get access to our online college baseball coach database and recruitment guide. You can connect to every DI, DII, DIII, NAIA and JUCO college baseball coach in the Midwest, Northeast and Mid Atlantic States. There are 872 coaches. You will be able to connect directly to baseball coaches you choose by region, state or by NCAA division. The states in our college coach database are North Dakota, South Dakota, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, Wisconsin, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New York, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. We will be adding South, Southwest and West regions shortly. You will then be able to connect to every college baseball coach in the United States.

WBR recommends every player that desires to play baseball at the next level to pick out 50 colleges that offer your projected major. Start building relationships with the head baseball coach that ultimately leads to an offer for a scholarship.

The ultimate goal of Wisconsin Baseball Report is to help out players to realize their dream of playing baseball at the next level on a scholarship. We truly make a difference. “Get connected today and start the recruitment process.

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Greendale High Has Two Rising Stars

The Greendale Panthers could potentially have three DI recruits this year. The Panthers have Zach Henderson who is ranked the #2 outfield prospect in our state, class of 2014 by Wisconsin Baseball Report and the TOP PROSPECT by Perfect Game. Zach burst onto the scene his junior year and put himself on everyone radar gun. Zach earned 1st Team All-State, All Area, All Suburban and All-Conference honors as an outfielder. Zach has already signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at the University of Missouri (NCAA Division I).

Greendale could have potentially two more DI recruits in Zach Miller a right handed pitcher and Sam Sabinash a third baseman. Both Zach and Sam are ranked very high by Wisconsin Baseball Report for players class of 2015.

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