Green Bay Preble 5, Green Bay East/West 2
Tied heading into the seventh inning, Preble pushed across three runs in the top half to pick up the non-conference win. Casey Roeser had a day for Preble, going 3-for-4 with an RBI. Griffin Summers earned the win after escaping a jam in the sixth inning to preserve the tie.
Luxemburg-Casco 11, Marinette 1 (6 Inn.)
Kyle Routheaux and Jake Thyes picked up a pair of hits for the Spartans on their way to the run-shortened, conference win. Nathan Yagodinksi earned the complete-game win; he only gave up one run and sat down three batters.
Bay Port 12, Seymour 2 (6 Inn.)
The Pirates put up eight runs in the fourth inning and cruised to a shortened non-conference win over Seymour. Quinn Pierner drove in three runs and collected two hits for Bay Port.
Neenah 5, De Pere 4 (9 Inn.)
This game needed two extra innings, but it was Neenah outlasting De Pere for the non-conference win. De Pere overcame a four-run deficit early in the game, but were unable to put themselves on top after stranding a runner on third with one out in the ninth. Sam Marhefke was credited with the win, shutting De Pere down in the eighth and ninth innings.
Freedom 3, Wrightstown 2 (8 Inn.)
Cordell Voeks scored the winning run on a pitch that got away in the bottom of the eighth inning for the North Eastern win. Charlie Jadin earned the no-decision after not allowing a runner to reach into the fifth inning; he struck out three for Freedom. Kyle Elias was credited with the win in relief. Parker Rudie went a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate.
Denmark 14, Oconto Falls 1 (5 Inn.)
The Vikings jumped all over Oconto Falls on their way to the run-shortened, conference win. Jackson Wellner went 2-for-3 and drove in four runs, while Dustin Dworak picked up three RBI for Denmark.
West De Pere 10, Pulaski 0 (5 Inn.)
Jordan Strick only allowed a single hit on the afternoon, as West De Pere took care of Pulaski handily. Sam Hendricks led the Phantoms with a 3-for-3 performance, driving in three runs and scoring once. Kyle Kosobucki hit a home run off of Joel Vandehei, who was taxed with the loss for the Red Raiders, giving up eight runs in 3.2 plus innings.
Wausaukee 6, Peshtigo 1
Andrew Schroeder and Matt Delfosse each had two RBI for Wausaukee.
Crivitz 19, Gillett/Suring 5 (5 Inn.)
Lane Hischke went 2-for-3 with an RBI, but Gillett/Suring fell in five to conference foe Crivitz. Tommy Sawinski had four RBI for Crivitz.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2, Bonduel 0 (8 Inn.)
Two mishandled bunt attempts sparked a two-run eighth inning for Wittenberg-Birnamwood to help top Bonduel. Wyatt Erb picked up the loss for the Bears, despite striking out 10 batters and allowing only three hits. Erb was out-dueled by MacLaren Alwes, who threw a complete-game shutout for the Chargers, striking out nine and only giving up three hits. Brandon Olson had two hits for Bonduel.
Kimberly 3, Appleton North 0
Davis Matz turned in a stellar performance for Kimberly, who shutout North in seven innings, limiting the Lightning to one hit. Matz struck out seven batters. Kimberly’s offense was sparked by Zach Carney, who went a perfect 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI. Ben Buckner also was 3-for-3 for the Papermakers.
Fox Valley Lutheran 3, Waupaca 2
Colten Schild got the win in relief, while also collecting two hits on the day for Fox Valley Lutheran. Hayden Neidert went 3-for-4 for Waupaca.
Little Chute 2, Clintonville 1
Clintonville’s offense combined for nine strikeouts, as they fell to Little Chute in conference. Jordan Koeppen went 2-for-4, while Nicholas Schoen tallied a three hits for Clintonville.
Rosholt 11, Tigerton 1
The Tigers could only manage two hits in their loss to Rosholt. Gaven Ferg singled in the fourth inning and Alan Parrott singled in the fifth to give Tigerton their only hits on the day. Conner Harris took the loss on the mound.
Pacelli 10, Amherst 7
Iola-Scandinavia 4, Shiocton 0
Fox Valley Lutheran 1, Marinette 0
The Foxes won in walk-off fashion on a game-winning fielder’s choice from Sydney Birling to take down Marinette. Samantha Birling earned the win, striking out seven batters, while allowing just one hit.
Freedom 6, Denmark 5
Payton Dorn dominated in the circle, striking out 13 Denmark batters. Brooke Garrett tallied three hits for Freedom. The Irish scored six in the opening inning.
Little Chute 13, Waupaca 11
Olivia O’Connell collected three hits, including a triple and double in the shootout win for Little Chute. Mya Johannes and Syd Behm each went 4-for-5 for Waupaca in the losing effort. Kat Otter-Giese had four RBI for the Comets.
Wrightstown 13, Clintonville 3 (5 Inn.)
Eight runs crossed the plate for Wrightstown in the fourth inning, which helped them to run-rule victory. Kailee Van Zeeland went 3-for-3 with two RBI for the Tigers. Alyssa Easterling and Danielle Nennig scored three runs each for Wrightstown.
Shiocton 1, Iola-Scandinavia 0
The game’s only run came on a Tina Ubl sacrifice fly, which scored Erica Gassner in the third inning. Sydney Wilcox only gave up one hit, and tallied 12 strikeouts in the circle.
Green Bay Preble 7, New London 1
Leah Porath cracked a home run and went 2-for-3, but New London fell to non-conference Green Bay Preble. McCoy Mix was the only other New London batter to record a hit. Brittany Banek got the the win in the circle, striking out 12 New London batters. Porath was handed the loss, striking out one in four innings.
De Pere 9, West De Pere 1
Julie Counard only surrendered one hit to West De Pere in the non-conference victory. Katelyn Simoens collected four RBI, going 2-for-4 with a triple.
Green Bay Southwest 7, Green Bay West 5
Julia Bolssen struck out six West batters in 6.2 innings, while going 2-for-4 at the plate.
Luxemburg-Casco 10, Oconto Falls 2
Dana Deterville smacked a pair of doubles and drove in two runs, as the Spartans cruised to the North Eastern win. Jenna Jorgensen went 2-for-4 for Luxemburg-Casco with two RBI.
Coleman 6, Laona/Wabeno 1
Kyla Manning picked up a couple of hits and scored twice for Coleman on the way to the game-one win.
Coleman 10, Laona/Wabeno 0
Ashlee Mayer was 3-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored for Coleman in game two.
Gillett Suring 17, Crivitz 3 (5 Inn.)
Willow Pecha earned the win in the circle, allowing three runs in five innings. Pecha also went 4-for-4 at the plate with two doubles, three RBI, and four runs scored. Greta Sleeter had three hits, driving in four runs for Gillett/Suring.
Peshtigo 15, Wausaukee 5 (5 Inn.)
Shae Tonn tossed a complete-game and had three RBI batting to help Peshtigo take down Wausaukee in five innings.
Pacelli 13, Amherst 0
Tri-County 13, Marion 3
Rosholt 15, Tigerton 2
New London 3, Green Bay East 1
Kristen Evers had two unassisted scores on her way to a hat trick for the Bulldogs. Liz Tank had two saves in the net for New London.
Milwaukee Reagan 5, Pulaski 0
Pulaski was denied eight times by Milwaukee Reagan goalkeep Anna Dannecker in the non-conference loss.
Appleton North 5, Green Bay West 1
Green Bay West 7, Menasha 0
FRCC Conference meet at Fire Ridge: Notre Dame 316, Sheboygan North 316, Bay Port 330, De Pere 334, Ashwaubenon 363, G.B. Southwest 374, G.B. Preble 376, Sheboygan South 381, Pulaski 394, Manitowoc 400
North Eastern Conference meet at Northbrook: Marinette 169, Freedom 171, Luxemburg-Casco 180, Oconto Falls 195, Denmark 207
North Eastern Conference meet at Mid Vallee: Fox Valley Lutheran 168, Waupaca 168, Wrightstown 182, Little Chute 199, Clintonville 204 (Jack Goerlinger 43, Jarrett Colla 49, Matt Carpenter 49, Cameron Zeiner 63)
Bay Port Triangular – Girls: Green Bay Southwest 86.5, Bay Port 52.5, Ashwaubenon 45.
Bay Port Triangular – Boys: Bay Port 103, Green Bay Southwest 46, Ashwaubenon 36.