Nebraska high school baseball record book

All-Class

Hitting

Batting average, career: .471, Al Smith, Omaha Westside, 2000-03

Batting average, season: .621, Jason Shockey, Ralston, 1999; .615, Sean Munger, Omaha Northwest, 1997; .613, Rob DeBoer, Omaha Burke, 1990

Hits, career: 158, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2000-03

Hits, season: 59, Nick Leaders, Millard West, 2002; Brett Bass, Millard West, 2009, Tyler Lane, Papio South, 2011

Hits, game: 5, Wyatt Divis, Lincoln Northeast vs. Seward, 2016

Home runs, career: 24, Cole Stobbe, Millard West, 2013-16

Home runs, season: 17, Aaron Beil, Omaha Bryan, 2009; 14, Cole Stobbe, Millard West, 2016

Home runs, game: 3, Brent Harris, Omaha North vs. Omaha Creighton Prep, 1976 districts; Ron Siwa, Omaha Roncalli vs. Gross, 1982; Mike Stick, Omaha Burke vs. Omaha North, 1989; Tommy Mickells, Omaha Gross vs. Valley, 2003; Maison Burnley, Norris vs. Nebraska City, 2016; Spencer Lear, Millard West vs. Lincoln NE, 2016 state

Triples, career: 25, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2000-03

Triples, season: 12, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2003

Triples, game: 3, Morris “Mojo” Hagge, Omaha Skutt vs. Gretna, 2016 state

Doubles, career: 42, Cole Stobbe, Millard West, 2013-16

Doubles, season: 19, Kurt Farmer, Columbus, 2009

RBIs, career: 136, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

RBIs, season: 57, Ryan Wehrle, Papillion-La Vista, 2002

RBIs, game: 10 (grand slam, two three-run shots), Tommy Mickells, Omaha Gross vs. Valley, 2003

Runs, career: 166, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2000-03

Runs, season: 57, Brandon Bass, Millard West, 2009

Stolen bases, career: 60, Billy Ryan, Lincoln Pius X, 1988-91; Brett Bass, Millard West, 2008-10

Stolen bases, season: 38, Tyler Lane, Papio South, 2011

Stolen bases, game: 13, Thurston-Cuming County vs. Norfolk, 2017

Pitching

Wins, career: 27 (no losses), Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85; 27, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

Wins, season: 13-0, Leland Schlake, Adams, 1953 (Class C)

Consecutive wins: 27-0, Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Strikeouts, career: 525, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

Strikeouts, season: 186 (78 inn.), Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2010

Strikeouts, game: 27, Lad Nemecek, Omaha South vs. Omaha Central, 1960 (faced 37 batters in 11-inning, 0-0 game at Rosenblatt)

Strikeouts, game: 21, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City vs. Crete, 2009 (4-0, faced 22 batters in no-hitter; one out on line drive)

Shutouts, season: 5, Leland Schlake, Adams, 1953 (Class C); Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Consecutive shutout games: 4, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Consecutive shutout innings: 39, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Saves, career: 12, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

Saves, season: 6, Travis Kerkman, Lincoln Pius X, 2000; Jon Reed, Millard West, 2005; Andrew Ericson, Omaha Burke, 2015

ERA, career: 0.54, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

ERA, season: 0.00, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969; 0.00, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2013

Complete games: 28, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

Perfect game, seven innings: Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City vs. Lincoln Pius X (1-0), 2009

Perfect game, five innings: Paul Hansen, Columbus vs. Omaha Roncalli (10-0), 2007

No-hitters, career: 5, Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-5

No-hitters, season: 5, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2009

Longest no-hitter: Nine innings, Jim Jacobson, Omaha Creighton Prep vs. Omaha Burke, 1969

State-final no-hitters: Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest vs. Millard South, 1985 (18 strikeouts); Matt Waldron, Omaha Westside vs, Millard South, 2015 (12 strikeouts)

Team

Winning streak: 53, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Losing streak: 79, Omaha Tech, 1969-78; 73, Omaha South, 2007-11

Wins, season: 35, Millard North, 2005; Omaha Westside, 2014

Consecutive wins: 53, Omaha Northwest, 1983-85

37, Millard North, 2005-06

Consecutive state titles: 4, Omaha Gross, 1971-74; Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Most runs, season: 367 (36 games), Millard West, 2010

Most runs, game: 35, Papillion-La Vista vs. Omaha Benson (0), 2018

Most runs, losing team, game: 18, Lincoln Southeast vs. Omaha Roncalli, 2003; 18, Lincoln East vs. Lincoln Pius X (8 inn.), 2011

Most runs, inning: 17, Columbus, 1999

Highest scoring game: 39, Lincoln Pius X 21, Lincoln East 18 (8 inn.), 2011

Average runs per game, season: 10.1, Millard West, 2010

Batting average, season: .388, Millard North, 2005

Most hits, season: 404, Millard West, 2001

Most hits, game: 27, Omaha Gross vs. Valley, 2003

Most doubles, season: 87, Millard West, 2001

Most doubles, game: 5, Lincoln Southwest, 2003 and 2006

Most triples, season: 38, Millard West, 2008

Most triples, game: 5, Lincoln Southwest, 2009

Most home runs, season: 38, Omaha Burke, 2001

Most home runs, game: 6, Lincoln Southwest, 2009

Most stolen bases, season: 136, Millard North, 2005

Most stolen bases, game: 8, Lincoln Southwest, 2005; Douglas County West, 2007; 8, Crete, 2009

Shutouts pitched, season: 11, Omaha Westside, 2014

Consecutive shutout innings: 19, Lincoln Southwest, 2009

Lowest ERA, season: 1.89, Millard West, 2006

No-hitters, season: 4, Nebraska City, 2009

Class A

HITTING

Batting average, career: .471, Al Smith, Omaha Westside, 2000-03

Batting average, season: .621, Jason Shockey, Ralston, 1999; .615, Sean Munger, Omaha Northwest, 1997; .613, Rob DeBoer, Omaha Burke, 1990

Hits, career: 158, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2000-03

Hits, season: 59, Nick Leaders, Millard West, 2002; Brett Bass, Millard West, 2009; Tyler Lane, Papio South, 2011

Hits, game: 5, Wyatt Divis, Lincoln Northeast vs. Seward, 2016

Home runs, career: 24, Cole Stobbe, Millard West, 2013-16

Home runs, season: 17, Aaron Beil, Omaha Bryan, 2009

Home runs, game: 3, Brent Harris, Omaha North vs. Omaha Creighton Prep, 1976 districts; Ron Siwa, Omaha Roncalli vs. Gross, 1982; Mike Stick, Omaha Burke vs. Omaha North, 1989; Tommy Mickells, Omaha Gross vs. Valley, 2003; Spencer Lear, Millard West vs. Lincoln NE, 2016 state

Triples, career: 25, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2000-03

Triples, season: 12, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2003

Doubles, career: 42, Cole Stobbe, Millard West, 2013-16

Doubles, season: 19, Kurt Farmer, Columbus, 2009

RBIs, career: 129, Daniel Bruce, Millard West, 1999-2001

RBIs, season: 57, Ryan Wehrle, Papillion-La Vista, 2002

RBIs, game: 10 (grand slam, two three-run shots), Tommy Mickells, Omaha Gross vs. Valley, 2003

Runs, career: 166, Jake Dugger, Millard West, 2000-03

Runs, season: 57, Brandon Bass, Millard West, 2009

Stolen bases, career: 60, Billy Ryan, Lincoln Pius X, 1988-91; Brett Bass, Millard West, 2008-10

Stolen bases, season: 38, Tyler Lane, Papio South, 2011

PITCHING

Wins, career: 27 (no losses), Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Wins, season: 11, Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1985; Nick Leaders, Millard West, 2002

Consecutive wins: 27-0, Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Strikeouts, career: 298, Kyle Bakker, Millard West, 1997-2000

Strikeouts, season: 130 (64 inn.), Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1985

Strikeouts, game: 27, Lad Nemecek, Omaha South vs. Omaha Central, 1960 (faced 31 batters in 11-inning, 0-0 game at Rosenblatt)

Strikeouts, 7-inning game: 19, Scott Trueman, Bellevue East vs. Omaha North, 1987 (three dropped third strikes cost him perfect game; 0 walks); Jeff VanEvery, Omaha Benson, 1993

Shutouts, season: 5, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Consecutive shutout games: 4, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Consecutive shutout innings: 39, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Saves, career: 8, Phil Ehly, Millard West, 2013-15

Saves, season: 6, Travis Kerkman, Lincoln Pius X, 2000; Jon Reed, Millard West, 2005; Andrew Ericson, Omaha Burke, 2015

ERA, career: 0.76, Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

ERA, season: 0.00, Jim Jacobsen, Omaha Creighton Prep, 1969

Perfect game, seven innings: none

Perfect game, five innings: Paul Hansen, Columbus vs. Omaha Roncalli (10-0), 2007

No-hitters, career: 5, Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest, 1982-5

No-hitters, season: 5, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2009

Longest no-hitter: 12 innings, Paul Marek, Omaha Rummel vs. Omaha Burke, 1968 district final (24 strikeouts)

State-final no-hitters: Gregg Olson, Omaha Northwest vs. Millard South, 1985 (18 strikeouts); Matt Waldron, Omaha Westside vs, Millard South, 2015 (12 strikeouts)

TEAM

Winning streak: 53, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Losing streak: 79, Omaha Tech, 1969-1978

Wins, season: 35, Millard North, 2005; Omaha Westside, 2014

Consecutive wins: 53, Omaha Northwest, 1983-85

37, Millard North, 2005-06

Consecutive state titles: 4, Omaha Northwest, 1982-85

Most runs, season: 367, Millard West, 2010

Most runs, game: 35, Papillion-La Vista vs. Omaha Benson (0), 2018

Highest scoring game: 39, Lincoln Pius X 21, Lincoln East 18 (8 inn.), 2011

Most runs, inning: 17, Columbus, 1999

Average runs per game, season: 10.1, Millard West, 2010

Batting average, season: .388, Millard North, 2005

Most hits, season: 404, Millard West, 2001

Most hits, game: 27, Omaha Gross vs. Valley, 2003

Most doubles, season: 87, Millard West, 2001

Most doubles, game: 5, Lincoln Southwest, 2003 and 2006

Most triples, season: 38, Millard West, 2008

Most triples, game: 5, Lincoln Southwest, 2009

Most home runs, season: 38, Omaha Burke, 2001

Most home runs, game: 6, Lincoln Southwest, 2009

Most stolen bases, season: 136, Millard North, 2005

Most stolen bases, game: 8, Lincoln Southwest, 2005; Douglas County West, 2007

Shutouts pitched, season: 11, Omaha Westside, 2014

Consecutive shutout innings: 19, Lincoln Southwest, 2009

Lowest ERA, season: 1.89, Millard West, 2006

No-hitters, season: 3, Millard West, 2000; Millard West, 2010

Class B

Note: Not conducted 1982-2007

HITTING

Batting average, career: .449, Michael Helman, Lincoln Pius X, 2012-15

Batting average, season: .556, Kamen Mahoney, Omaha Concordia, 2016

Hits, career: 137, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

Hits, season: 58, Drew Smith, Elkhorn, 2016

Home runs, career: 23, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

Home runs, season: 9, Thomas Hall, Nebraska City, 2002; 9, Trever Kriefel, Nebraska City, 2013; 8, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2014; 8, Graham Butler, Nebraska City, 2010

Home runs, game: 3, Maison Burnley, Norris vs. Nebraska City, 2016

Triples, season: 8, Nick Schlecht, Omaha Skutt, 2010

Triples, game: 3, Morris “Mojo” Hagge, Omaha Skutt, 2016 state

Doubles, career: 25, Aaron Molinaro, Lincoln Pius X, 2005-08

Doubles, season: 16, Eric Schleppenbach, Lincoln Pius X, 2008

RBIs, career: 136, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

RBIs, season: 47, Corey Stringer, Omaha Skutt, 2010

RBIs, game: 7, Ryan Moritz, Omaha Skutt vs. Omaha Roncalli, 2016

Runs, career: 134, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

Runs, season: 48, Bryce Petersen, Norris, 2014

Stolen bases, career: 57, Seth Mruz, Fremont Bergan/Fremont, 2003-05

Stolen bases, season: 34, Seth Mruz, Fremont Bergan/Fremont, 2004; 34, Tyler LaBreck, Bennington, 2014

PITCHING

Wins, career: 27, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

Wins, season: 10, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2009; 10, Jacob Uhing, Elkhorn, 2016

Consecutive wins: 11, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2009-10

Strikeouts, career: 525, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

Strikeouts, season: 186 (78 inn.), Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2010

Strikeouts, game: 22, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City vs. Bellevue West, 2009

Saves, career: 12, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2011-14

Saves, season: 5, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2010; 5, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2012, 2014; 5, Michael Helman, Lincoln Pius X, 2015; Cole Thibodeau, Elkhorn South, 2015; Nick Iossi, Omaha Roncalli, 2016; Webster, Ralston, 2016

ERA, career: 0.54, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

ERA, season: 0.00, Jakson Reetz, Norris, 2013; 0.20, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2009

Complete games: 28, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2007-10

Perfect game, seven innings: Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City vs. Lincoln Pius X (1-0), 2009

No-hitters, season: 5, Logan Ehlers, Nebraska City, 2009

Last state no-hitter: Matt Warren, Omaha Skutt vs. Waverly, 2012 first round

TEAM

Wins, season: 27, Elkhorn, 2016

Consecutive state titles: 4, Omaha Gross, 1971-74

Most runs, season: 245, Elkhorn, 2016

Most runs, game: 29, Douglas County West vs. Omaha Benson, 2017

Highest scoring game: 39, Lincoln Pius X 21, Lincoln East 18 (8 inn.), 2011

Most runs, inning: 9, Crete, 2008

Most hits, season: 270, Nebraska City, 2010

Most hits, game: 13, Crete, 2009; Douglas County West, 2008

Most doubles, season: 55, Omaha Gross, 2008

Most doubles, game: 4, Crete, 2009

Most triples, season: 7, Nebraska City, 2010

Most triples, game: 3, Crete, 2009

Most home runs, season: 27, Nebraska City, 2010

Most stolen bases, season: 58, Douglas County West, 2008

Stolen bases, game: 13, Thurston-Cuming County vs. Norfolk, 2017

Shutouts pitched, season: 8, Nebraska City, 2009

Lowest ERA, season: 2.52, South Sioux City, 2012

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