Menasha 4, Shawano 2
Dalton Knaack went 6 2/3 innings on the mound for Menasha, giving up two runs on five hits and five strikeouts. Shawano’s only runs came in the bottom of the third inning, but the Hawks stranded five runners in scoring position during the game. Offensively, Shawano only managed three hits over the final four innings.
Xavier 14, Seymour 3
Nate DeYoung blasted a three-run bomb for Xavier, who put up nine runs in the fourth inning to defeat Seymour and earn their first win of the season.
Green Bay East-West 4, West De Pere 3
Zach Watzka was the winning pitcher, tossing five innings and striking out seven. Matthew McNabb collected two hits and stole five bases for West De Pere.
Ashwaubenon 3, Bay Port 1
All three of Ashwaubenon’s runs came in the sixth inning, which rallied the team to victory.
Green Bay Preble 5, De Pere1
Preble put up four runs in the opening two innings to earn the win. Colin Daugherty went a perfect 4-for-4 at the dish with an RBI and two runs scored for Preble.
Notre Dame 3, Pulaski 2
Quinne Dellise tossed five innings to help Notre Dame to the conference win. He didn’t allow a single run and struck out four batters. Nate Gille drove in two, going 1-for-1 at the plate for Pulaski.
Luxemburg-Casco 7, Wrightstown 3
Mitchell Jandrin went 2-f0r-4, driving in a pair of runs for the Spartans. Jordan Jorgensen was 2-for-3 with an RBI for Luxemburg-Casco.
Freedom 3, Oconto Falls 1
Jacob Balthozor struck out 10 hitters while going the distance on the mount for Freedom.
Appleton North 2, Kaukauna 1
Adam Zeratsky and Evan Sankey each recorded extra base hits to lead North over Kaukauna. Will Monroe picked up the win on the mound.
Neenah 5, Oshkosh West 2
Logan Eiden notched an RBI in the sixth the tie the game and it was Jacob Schultz added another RBI single to give Neenah the win over West.
Tigerton 6, Gillett 5
The Tigers scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh , Travis Marquardt reached on an error, went to second on a passed ball, and reached third on a single by Izaiah Hidde. He would then score on an RBI single by Austin Hoffman. Conner Harris was the winning pitcher. Alan Parrott led the team with a homerun, Conner Harris, Travis Marquardt, Patrick Bailey, and Gaven Ferg all added singles for the Tigers.
Waupaca 2, Clintonville
Little Chute 3, Marinette 1
Weyauwega-Fremont 3, Algoma 2
Green Bay Southwest 9, Manitowoc Lincoln 8
Crivitz 4, Southern Door 3 (F/9)
Appleton East 10, Appleton West 6
Oshkosh North 8, Kimberly 1
Rosholt 15, Marion 5
Wautoma 8, Wild Rose 7
Westfield 4, Amherst 2
Almond Bancroft 5, Tri-County 0
Sheboygan North 18, Sheboygan South 1
Peshtigo 2, Kewaunee 1
Menominee Indian at Bowler – Rescheduled to 5-25-17
Manawa at Shiocton – Rescheduled to 4-13-17
Bonduel at Pacelli
Port Edwards at Gresham
Menasha 15, Shawano 3
Shawano managed six hits and Saige Henning crushed a home run for the Hawks, but it would not be enough. Shawano pitchers issued 16 walks. Megan Brown went 3-for-3 for Menasha.
New London 10, Green Bay West 0 (F/5)
Erin O’Connell went 3-f0r-3 at the plate with two doubles and three RBI. Leah Porath went 3-for-3 at the plate as well with a triple, two RBI, and two runs scored. Porath also notched the win pitching a one-hit, complete-game shutout.
Pulaski 8, Sheboygan South 0
Liz Pautz was masterful on the mound, tossing a one-hit shutout. Kelsey Berna blasted a solo home run to help Pulaski earn the win.
Seymour 11, Xavier 1 (F/6)
Paige Weyer allowed a single hit while earning the win on the mound. She also had a nice night at the plate, going 3-for-4 with a triple and four RBI. Zoe Moehring also tallied a pair of hits, three RBI, while scoring twice.
Wrightstown 4, Luxemburg-Casco 3
Makayla Neinas had two hits and also picked up the pitching win for Wrightstown, who hung on after scoring three unearned runs in the first inning. Wrightstown starts their season 2-0.
Freedom 15, Oconto Falls 0 (F/5)
Peyton Dorn tossed a no-hitter, while sitting down eight Oconto Falls hitters. She also crushed a home run, finishing with five RBI.
Fox Valley Lutheran 9, Denmark 6
Kylie Wolf belted a grand slam to spark Fox Valley Lutheran to the win.
Green Bay Preble 15, Green Bay Southwest 0
It was a combined one-hitter from Brittany Baneck, Evelyn Hoge, and Rachel Piontek for Preble. They cruised to the easy win.
Ashwaubenon 6, De Pere 0
Ana Holzbach went 4-for-4 at the plate with two extra base hits and a pair of singles for Ashwaubenon.
Gresham 19, Port Edwards 6
Mackenize Hoffman drove in six runs and Makena Arndt drove in four as Gresham took care of Port Edwards 19-6. Kamille Davids only gave up four hits in the win.
Gillett/Suring 16, Tigerton 6 (F/5)
Gillett/Suring hung up 10 runs in the third inning to pull away in the contest. Willow Pecha went 4-for-4 with two RBI and two runs. Sydney Young was the game’s winner, throwing three innings and allowing three earned runs; she struck out four.
Hortonville 10, Fond Du Lac 0
Jordan Marint threw a one-hitter and struck out 10 for the five-inning, complete-game shutout.
Shiocton 11, Manawa 0
Sydney Wilcox struck out six batters and crushed two home runs, driving in four in the Shiocton win. Tina Ubl went 3-for-3 with a home run and three driving in for the Chiefs.
Kaukauna 12, Appleton North 1
Megan Huss went a perfect 3-for-3 at the dish with two RBI.
Sheboygan North 11, Notre Dame 4
Oshkosh West 6, Neenah 4
Oshkosh North 10, Kimberly 0
Appleton East 12, Appleton West 5
Rosholt 9, Marion 2
Tri-County 7, Almond-Bancroft 6
Green Bay East 2, West De Pere 2
Wautoma 22, Wild Rose 5
Westfield 9, Amherst 6
Menominee 9, Wausaukee 7
Menominee Indian at Bowler – Postponed
Bonduel at Pacelli
Bay Port at Manitowoc Lincoln
Niagara at Kingsford
West De Pere 4, Seymour 1
The Phantoms got four goals from four different players in a 4-1 win over Seymour. Kayla Ryan scored the Thunder’s lone goal.
Luxemburg-Casco 4, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
Luxemburg-Casco defense prevailed in a 4-0 win over Fox Valley Lutheran. The Foxes were only able to get five shots on goal.
Shawano 2, New London 1
Lindsey Roloff scored twice in the first half to lead Shawano past New London 2-1. Carlie Hinnefeld had 10 saves for the Hawks.
Bay Port 4, Appleton East 1
De Pere 1, Neenah 1
Kaukauna 10, Little Chute 0
Denmark 5, Waupaca 2
Green Bay Southwest 2, Marshfield 0
Oshkosh North 1, West Bend East 0
Green Bay East at Menasha
Fond Du Lac at Manitowoc Lincoln
Ashwaubenon at Appleton West
Two Rivers 4, Shawano 3
Pulaski 6, Green Bay East 1
at Sham Rock Heights:
Shawano finished fourth led by Josh Mueller’s round of 43. Xavier won the meet with New London and West De Pere in the top three. New London’s Landon Elsner and Xavier’s Sam Schubbe tied for meet medalist with a 37.
Charger Relays at Wittenberg-Birnamwood
Spencer Perry (Bonduel) – first in discus
Warren Wilber III (Menominee Indian) – first in high jump
Eli Mastey (Bonduel) – first in long jump
Weyauwega-Fremont won two relays
Bonduel won two relays
Wittenberg-Birnamwood won four relays
Alexis Balliett (W-B) – first in 1600
Paige Norrbom (W-B) – first in high jump
Weyauwega-Fremont had a good day throwing: Gwynette Koch won the shot put and was third in discus, which was won by teammate Katie Bleck.
Emily Sorenson (Bonduel) – first in long jump
Megan Fisher (Bonduel) – first in triple jump
Girls FVA Quad
Hortonville finished third. Aliza Van Denelzen won the 100 hurdles, Hortonville won the 1600 relay and the 3200 relay, both with the team of Lauren Buchinger, Stephanie Jarvis, Hannah Lohranz, Claire Van Beek.
Breylin Soto won the shot put for Hortonville.
Green Bay Preble 71, Ashwaubenon 50
Wrighstown Quad: Little Chute, Freedom, Fox Valley Lutheran
Freedom boys and girls take both. Caden Hofacker won 100 and 200 dash. Luke Pingel took the 110 and 300 hurdles.
Kimberly Triangular: Fond Du Lac and Kaukauna
Kimberly boys and girls took both.
Neenah Quad: Hortonville, Oshkosh West, Oshkosh North
Hortonville boys placed first, followed by Oshkosh North.
Dianne Moore (Oconto Falls) – first in triple jump and first in 300 hurdles.
Marinette: Denmark, Luxemburg-Casco, and Oconto Falls
Luxemburg-Casco boys and Marinette girls were winners.
Cody Lohrenz (Hortonville) – first in 100 and 800.
Nathan Lichtfuss (Hortonville) – first in 400 dash.
Clayton Rath (Hortonville) – first in 1600.
Caleb Williams (Hortonville) – first in 300 hurdles.
Suring Quad: Coleman, Peshtigo, and Oneida Nation
Suring boys and girls placed first without a multi-event winner. Suring won nine events on the boys side.
Coleman finished second, led by Gunnar Patz, winner of the 100 and 200 dash, the long jump and triple jump. Josh Pillath won 110 and 300 hurdles.
Lindzy Runge (Suring) won 110 and 300 hurdles and part of the winning relay team. She also won the pole vault.
Katie Stagman (Suring) won the triple and high jump, and was part of the winning relay team.