• More Exposure.

    All-Stars is the #1 High School Showcase Team in Wisconsin, and we have the track record to prove it.
  • More Fun.

    We play one of the most challenging schedules in the country with unmatched exposure to coaches and scouts.
  • More Scholarships.

    Over 9.1 million dollars in scholarship and grants over 11 years.
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All-Stars Shine in Sectionals

Players on the Wisconsin All-Stars played extremely well in the State WIAA Sectional Baseball Tournament. In the Division 4 Sectionals Lake Country Lutheran dominated both games. In the semi-final game Ben Wilkins threw a ONE-HITTER and struck out 9 batters in a 10-0 victory over RIO High School. In that game, Ben Wilkins went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s. Jacob Budnik went 1 for 4. His hit was a double that drove in 3 runs. In the sectional championship game B.J. Sabol threw a NO-HITTER against Argyle High School. Sabol struck out 11 batters in the 11-0 victory. In that game Jesse Turner was 3 for 3 with 3 RBI’s, B.J. Sabol was 2 for 3 with a double, triple, and 2 RBI’s. B.J. Sabol has committed to playing baseball at San Juanquin Delta (JUCO) in California and Jesse Turner has committed to playing baseball at McHenry County Community College (JUCO) in Illinois.

In the Waupun Sectional Championship game Jefferson beat Waupun by the score of 5-4 in 8 innings. Former Wisconsin All-Star Kevin Krause pitched 6 1/3 innings keeping Jefferson in the game. Kevin is a big reason why the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association has Jefferson High School ranked #1 in Division 2. They record is 25-4. Kevin is one of the best pitchers in our state class of 2014 according to Wisconsin Baseball Report(www.wisconsinbaseballreport.com). Kevin is 5-0 with an ERA of 1.70 heading into the sectionals. Kevin has not lost a game in two years pitching on his varsity team. He is part of the best pitching staff in Wisconsin that consists of seniors Heath Renz, Jacob Nelson and Kevin. The staff has produced an amazing eight NO-HITTERS this season. Heath Renz, Jacob Nelson and Kevin Krause combined to toss no-hitters in four consecutive games over an 11-day span this spring.

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All-Stars need your help


The All-Stars are more than just baseball. We believe in promoting education, personal growth, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. We are accountable for placing the highest value on people and integrity and want to make a difference in the lives of our baseball players through our faith in Jesus Christ.

To this end, the All-Stars have partnered with Beyond the Game Mission (www.beyondthegame.me) to to share faith, hope and compassion to kids who are less fortunate than us.

We need your prayer and support for a trip we are planning to the Dominican Republic from August 5th – 12th, 2014 where we be putting on baseball clinics and sharing our faith with the locals. In addition, we will play 5-6 baseball games against the Dominican Republic U/16 –U/18 national baseball teams.

Here are three ways you can help make this trip a possibility:

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Update on Kyle Cody

Former Wisconsin All-Star Kyle Cody is having an awesome sophomore season for the Kentucky Wildcats. Kyle was hurt this year and missed some starts. Kentucky coach Gary Henderson said “We eased him back to action over the course of 12 relief appearances before he threw 4.1 shutout innings in his first SEC start against Georgia.” The hulking sophomore righthander then earned the win in his next start with 5.1 strong innings of work, allowing two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out four. Cody worked at 90-91 mph in his previous game but in Wednesday start he showed more of the big velocity UK baseball coaching staff talked about this fall. His fastball sat at 90-93 and bumped 94-96, and his breaking ball showed promise, sometimes showing bigger break at 74-75 and landing for a strike, other times showing tighter spin and more power at 77-78.

“He’s back to what we thought he was going to do at the beginning of the year,” Kentucky coach Gary Henderson said. “I think that’s a shot of adrenaline for the kids, and the program. That’s the kind of outing that Kyle is capable of having for the team. I’m really happy for Kyle and all of us. It’s been quite the tip-toe getting him back. It’s just been very cautious, an inning at a time, don’t throw any breaking balls for six weeks.”

Kyle went to Chippewa Falls McDonell High School. Baseball America has projected Kyle Cody to be a potential 1st round draft pick in the MLB amateur draft when he graduates. He is that good. The All-Stars coaching staff is very proud of Kyle.

Latest Commitments

Darren Strasburg - McHenry County Community College (JUCO) in Illinois

Ben Miller - Ben played on our 2013 Wisconsin All-Stars team and has committed to playing baseball at UW-Stevens Point (NCAA Div III)


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B.J. Sabol - San Joaquin Delta (JUCO) in California

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Nick Kita - Ripon College (NCAA Div III)

Dan Borek - Missouri University of Science & Technology (NCAA II)

Kevin Bolder - Kevin Played on our 2012 Wisconsin All-Stars team. He has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at St. Cloud State University (NCAA Div I)


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