Shawano executes a defensive rundown perfectly to prevent a run in the sixth
Green Bay East 7, Shawano 4
The Red Devils offense showed good plate discipline, taking advantage of 11 walks issued by Shawano pitchers, which resulted in four runs. Leading by a run in the bottom of the sixth inning, Green Bay East pushed across three more runs of insurance, thanks in part to a 2 RBI triple. Saige Henning provided a spark offensively for Shawano, going 2-for-4 with a solo homerun, but it wouldn’t be enough for Shawano to avoid losing their second in a row. The Hawks now sit 4-2 overall on the season.
New London 20, Xavier 1
Leah Porath crushed a home run and drove in five on the day, while throwing four innings and earning the win for New London. Lauren Winkler also had five RBI on three hits for the Bulldogs. There were 11 different batters that tallied 18 hits on the day for New London, who plated eight runs in the opening inning and scored another seven in the fourth.
Oshkosh North 7, Hortonville 0
Sophomore Syd Supple turned in a dynamite pitching display, striking out 15 Hortonville batters, while only surrendering five hits. Oshkosh North struck for a run in the first inning, followed by a two-run home run in the second to make it an insurmountable 5-0 advantage. Emily Cliver led Hortonville, going 2-for-3 on the day. Pitcher Jordan Martin allowed nine hits in the loss.
Kaukauna 9, Appleton West 0
Haley Hestekin and Leah Binsfled combinded for a pitching peformance that led FVA leading Kaukauna to a 9-0 win over Appleton West.
Little Chute 10, Clintonville 4
Katherine Joten was 4-for-4 with two RBI for Little Chute
Seymour 11, Green Bay West 5 (F/5)
Savannah Thielbar had four-hit game for the Thunder, going 4-for-5 with three doubles, three runs scored and an RBI. Zoe Moehring had a pair of hits and drove in four runs and Joeley Bluma struck out 12 pitching for Seymour.
Green Bay Preble 1, Bay Port 0
Brittany Baneck struck out 14 batters and limited Bay Port to only three hits to lead Preble to the win. Katie Kugel had a multi-hit game with a run scored offensively.
Ashwaubenon 5, Sheboygan South 1
Morgan Zirbel went 3-for-4 to lead Ashwaubenon, who remain undefeated in conference play.
De Pere 14, Notre Dame 3 (F/5)
Katelyn Simeons and McKayleigh Piper each drove in 3 runs to lead De Pere.
West De Pere 5, Menasha 4 (F/9)
Ivy Stary led the had three hits and two runs scored for West De Pere, including a big run in the ninth. Madeline Coppens struck out six and was credited with the win. The Bluejays tied the game in the 7th on a double by Hayley Feavel. Lauren Ludvigson took the loss.
Oconto Falls 12, Denmark 2
Oconto Falls broke the game open with a eight-run sixth inning to take the game. Bailey Magin led the way by driving in three runs.
Freedom 4, Wrightstown 2
Peyton Dorn stymied Wrightstown in a complete-game, limiting the Tigers to three hits and striking out 11. Dorn helped her own cause going 2 for 3 with a home run and RBI. MaKayla Neinas and Danielle Nenning each drove in a run. Neinas took the loss pitching.
Coleman 6, Crivitz 1
Annabelle Kotecki struck out 18 to lead Coleman to the conference win.
Peshtigo 10, Oneida Nationa 0 (F/5)
Peshtigo opened up the game with a five-run first inning on their win to the M&O win.
Wausaukee 8, Gillett/Suring 3
Sydney Young had 2 RBI and struck out 10 batters, but picked up the loss for Gillett/Suring
Marion 12, Wild Rose 7
Skylla Szczerbak earned the win for Marion and also was one of the teams leading hitters in a 12-7 win over Wild Rose.
Almond-Bancroft 5, Rosholt 4
Tri-County 11, Gresham 1
Bowler 16, Port Edwards 6
Amherst 15, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 0
Fox Valley Lutheran 11, Waupaca 1
Coleman 6, Crivitz 1
Kimberly 3, Appleton East 1
Luxemburg-Casco 19, Marinette 9
Manitowoc Lincoln at Pulaski – Postponed
Xavier 8, Seymour 4
Hunter Clark drove in three of Seymour’s four runs, while Justin Krull drove in the other, but Seymour fell in the Bay Conference game. T.J. VanEperen tallied three hits and three RBI, and earned the win pitching. Trent Blake took the loss for Seymour, who entered the night leading the Bay.
Freedom 5, Oconto Falls 2
Charlie Jadin impressed on the mound, tossing a complete-game one-hitter. Jadin struck out 11 Oconto Falls batters and didn’t issue a single walk. Jason Behle and Dakota Brockman both got two hits.
Waupaca 14, Clintonville 0 (F/5)
Ryan Dayton pitched the five-inning shutout and helped his own cause with four RBI at the plate.
Notre Dame 2, Pulaski 0
Pulaski managed only 3 hits against Notre Dame pitcher Jonathan Zacharias, who struck out 11 while going the distance. Drew McDermid took the loss for the Red Raiders.
Green Bay Preble 10, De Pere 4
Max Wagner went a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate with an RBI and two runs scored to lead Preble.
Bay Port 2, Ashwaubenon 1
Jordan Nolle went 3-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored to lead the Pirates. Bay Port scored twice late to secure a 2-1 win.
Luxemburg-Casco 6, Wrightstown 1
A five-run sixth inning broke the game open for Luxemburg-Casco, who pick up the North Eastern victory. Bryce Te Kulve picked up the win on the mound.
Little Chute 12, Marinette 3
Leighton Myers went a perfect 5-for-5 at the dish, twice going for extra bases to lead the Little Chute offense.
West De Pere 4, Green Bay East-West 2
Kyle Kosobucki tossed 6.1 innings, while striking out seven to earn the win on the mound. He also helped himself, driving in a pair of runs at the plate.
Tigerton 12, Menominee Indian 2
Patrick Bailey struck out eight batters while surrendering only six hits to Menominee Indian. He also picked up three hits batting. Conner Harris led off the game with a bang, sending a home run over the fence. Harris finished the game with three hits. Izaiah Hidde, Austin Hoffman and Braxton Michaelis all hit safely for Tigerton.
Gresham 8, Tri-County 0
Drew Haffner gave up one hit and had eight strikeouts in an 8-0 win for Gresham.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 9, Amherst 0
The Chargers scored seven runs in the fifth inning to take control for a 9-0 win over Amherst. The Chargers did all their work with 11 singles and not a single extra base hit.
Hortonville 4, Oshkosh North 1
Jason Jennerjohn pitched Hortonville to a 4-1 win over Oshkosh North, allowing just three hits in five innings of work. Brock Young hit a home run to help put the game out of reach.
Appleton West 7, Kaukauna 3
Kimberly 4, Appleton East 1
Wausaukee 8, Gillett/Suring 3
Coleman 4, Crivitz 0
Peshtigo 5, Kingsford 3
Niagara 12, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 2 (F/5)
Green Bay Southwest 10, Manitowoc 9
Port Edwards 3, Bowler 2
Wild Rose 13, Marion 6
Almond-Bancroft 9, Rosholt 4
Iola-Scandinavia 2, Pittsville 1
Xavier 4, Shawano 0
Amherst 4, Clintonville 3
De Pere 2, Appleton North 0
Neenah 6, Green Bay Southwest 0
Green Bay Preble 6, Luxemburg-Casco 1
Kimberly 2, Bay Port 1
Sheboygan South 3, West Bend East 2
Appleton East 5, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
Nicolet 2, Oshkosh North 1
West De Pere 7, Shawano 0
Green Bay West 7, Menasha 0
Xavier 6, Fox Valley Lutheran 1
Kimberly 4, Appleton North 3
Kimberly 3, Oshkosh North 3
Neenah 7, Appleton East 0
Xavier 6, Fox Valley Lutheran 1
Bay Conference: @ Ledgeview Golf Course
Appleton Xavier won the meet by 9 strokes over West De Pere. Shawano, New London and Menasha rounded out top five. New London was led by Landon Elsner with a 43. Justin Vanden Huevel led Seymour with a 49. Xavier was led by Shea Fabel and Sam Schubbe with a 37.
@ Marinette Meet
Marinette defeated Luxemburg-Casco by 9 strokes.
Marinette 161, Lux-Casco 170, Freedom 171, Denmark 190 and Oconto Falls 209
Meet Medalist- Dakota Langlois-Marinette 36. Freedom was led by Collin Laundrie with a 38 and Garrison Murphy with a 40. Jacob Wotruba led Luxemburg-Casco with a 40.
Track and Field
Green Bay City Meet @ Green Bay Southwest
Green Bay Preble won both the Boys and Girls City Meet. The Boys won in convincing fashion over Southwest 275-98. The Girls edged Southwest 173-170
Girls Triangular@ West De Pere
West De Pere 95, De Pere 89
Boys Triangular at West De Pere
West De Pere 118, De Pere 91
@ Rosholt Early Bird
Boys: Clayton Shears of Shiocton was first in the 110 Hurdles and 2nd in the 300 Hurdles. Shears also took first in the High Jump for the Chiefs.