Paige Weyer (3) is congratulated by her teammates, following her game-winning at-bat, giving Seymour the 2-1 win over New London in extras.
Shawano 10, West De Pere 5
Erin Cerveny returned to the circle for Shawano, tossing a complete-game to help guide the Hawks to the Bay Conference win over previously unbeaten West De Pere. Brianna Zook and Brandi Gueths each hit a home run for Shawano, both collecting a pair of hits in the game and combining for seven RBI. Bayleigh Laabs also recorded two hits for the Hawks.
Seymour 2, New London 1 (F/8)
Extra innings were needed for a pair of the Bay Conference’s early front-runners, but Seymour outlasted New London in a pitcher’s duel between Paige Weyer and Leah Porath. New London held a 1-0 lead in the sixth inning, but an RBI double from Raven VandenLangenberg evened the score. In the eighth inning with Weyer up to bat, she dribbled a slow roller up the third base line, which was fielded by Porath, however the throw carried up the first base line, allowing the winning run to score without a play. Raven VandenLangenberg finished 2-for-3, as did catcher Ashley Thomas for Seymour. Paige Weyer struck out nine Bulldog batters, only allowing one hit.
Oconto Falls 10, Clintonville 0
Clintonville failed to record a hit against Oconto Falls pitcher Haley Bell. Corrina Romandine had three RBI for the Panthers. Savannah Harbath picked up the loss in the circle for the Truckers.
Pulaski 5, De Pere 2
Liz Pautz earned the win in the circle, tallying 11 strikeouts. The offense was provided by Mallory Ruechel and Kristin Burdeau, who combined for 5-for-6 afternoon with two doubles.
Bonduel 11, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 1 (F/5)
Cameri Gehm surrendered only a pair of hits, while striking out 10 for the complete-game victory. Bonduel’s offense rolled as Kelsey Krueger went 3-for-4 with four RBI. Jaden Bohm was a perfect 3-for-3 and Kailee Pedersen went 2-for-3.
Gresham 16, Bowler 6 (F/6)
Kamille Davids and Dani Huntington each had three hits and drove in four runs in Gresham’s six-inning win. Hailey Hoffman picked up the win in the circle, striking out six.
Green Bay East 8, Menasha 3
Dalia Grajeda earned the win in the circle, as she struck out five batters and surrendered only three hits. Grajeda also did damage in the batter’s box, going 3-for-4, with two extra-base hits.
Green Bay Preble 14, Sheboygan North 1 (F/5)
Preble totaled 14 runs in the game’s opening three innings to take command and pick up the FRCC win in five innings.
Bay Port 20, Notre Dame 0 (F/5)
Sydney LaPoint tallied 15 strikeouts for Bay Port, who breezed by Notre Dame for the conference win. Natalia Draghicchio went 3-for-3 for the Pirates.
Ashwaubenon 17, Manitowoc Lincoln 5
Despite an early 4-0 deficit, Ashwaubenon rallied back with a nine-run fourth inning to take control for the win. Morgan Zirbel had a double and a triple, on her way to a five-hit performance.
Freedom 2, Marinette 1
Payton Dorn was virtually untouchable, on her way to striking out 16 Marinette batters in the complete-game victory. Cali Brockman tallied three hits and an RBI for the Irish; she also stole a pair of bases and scored a run.
Denmark 17, Little Chute 3 (F/6)
Jayden Laurent and Lakin Derricks each had a four-hit game for Denmark. Laurent drove in four runs, while Derricks knocked in two and scored four times in the run-shortened game.
Wrightstown 7, Fox Valley Lutheran 6
The Tigers claimed the lead for good in the sixth inning, as they narrowly edged Fox Valley Lutheran in the conference win. Makayla Neinas had two RBI for the Tigers, while tossing a complete-game.
Peshtigo 11, Gillett/Suring 3
Sarah Bauke drove in two runs for Gillett/Suring, while Willow Pecha added another RBI, but it wouldn’t be enough for Gillett/Suring. Lexy DeBriyn had two RBI, going 2-for-3 at the plate.
Wausaukee 12, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 1 (F/5)
Kaila Backhaus went 2-for-2, knocking in four runs for Wausaukee, who hung up six runs in the fourth on their way to the win.
Coleman 17, Oneida Nation 6 (F/5)
Runs scored in all five innings for Coleman on their way to the M&O win. Ashlee Mayer had two RBI and scored three times for the Cougars.
Crivitz 16, Niagara 6 (F/5)
The Wolverines were boosted by a 4-for-4 afternoon by Jaz Zach; she drove in three runs and scored three times.
Green Bay West at Xavier
Amherst at Iola-Scandinavia
Wild Rose at Menominee Indian
Almond Bancroft at Port Edwards
Manawa at Weyauwega-Fremont
Oconto at Pacelli
Tri-County at Montello
Green Bay Southwest at Sheboygan South
Fond Du Lac at Appleton North
Hortonville at Neenah
Kaukauna at Kimberly
Luxemburg-Casco at Waupaca
Green Bay East-West 11, Shawano 1
Mike Lampshire had a multi-hit game and scored three runs to power the Green Bay offense at home over Shawano. Green Bay head coach Peter Bauer collected his 100th victory of his career.
Clintonville 5, Little Chute 3
Clintonville took the lead for good with three runs in the third inning. In the third Colton Kluth doubled, driving in two. “We finally got the bats going tonight. It was good to see how a few key hits can give the whole team life, confidence,” said Coach Ben Smejkal. Chad Bork earned the win for Clintonville. He tossed 1.2 innings, not allowing any hits and striking out two. Hunter Vollmer started the game for the Truckers. He tossed 5.1 innings, allowing three runs, five hits, and striking out three. Clintonville collected seven hits as a team. Hunter Vollmer, Jordan Koeppen, and Colton Kluth each managed two hits to lead the Truckers.
Xavier 7, New London 3
Logan Locy was taxed with the loss, allowing four runs in 1.1 innings; he went 2-for-4 batting. Kyle Wolf, Kyle Krenke , and Austin Hanson each recorded extra-base hits for the Bulldogs.
Green Bay Preble 14, Pulaski 2 (F/5)
Logan George cranked a two-run home run for Pulaski, but that would be the only offense the Red Raiders would manage in five innings. Griffin Summers recorded the complete-game win for Preble, allowing two runs on three hits.
Freedom 17, Wrightstown 8 (F/8)
The Irish offense erupted for nine runs in the eighth inning to earn a North Eastern Conference win. Tanner Brockman homered and had three RBI, while Josh Kunstman drove in four with two triples. Parker Rudie was credited with the win, tossing 1.1 and striking out three.
Hortonville 11, Neenah 2
Tyler Ziegler earned the win, while Brock Young, Zak Kosloske and Lucas Wenzel each recorded multi-hit games.
Gresham 9, Bowler 1
Neal Cerveny picked up the win on the mound, striking out six batters. He also drove in three runs for the Wildcats. Drew Haffner also had three RBI.
De Pere 4, Bay Port 2
Jackson Wright picked up the win, tossing six strong innings with seven strikeouts. Lucas Reynolds had two hits and drove in two runs for the Red Birds.
Notre Dame 7, Green Bay Southwest 4
A five-run sixth inning propelled the Tritons to the conference win.
Ashwaubenon 12, Sheboygan North 7
Sheboygan North led by as many as six at one point, however, the Jaguars rallied to overcome two deficits for the FRCC win. Jim Callahan crushed a grand slam and scored twice for Ashwaubenon.
Denmark 1, Oconto Falls 0 (F/10)
Jackson Wellner scored the game’s only run in 10 innings on a walk-off single by Blake Derricks. Mason Sefcik earned the no-decision, throwing 8.2 innings of shutout ball.
Luxemburg-Casco 4, Marinette 0
The game was scoreless through five innings, but four different Spartan batters would register an RBI in the game’s late innings to deliver a Luxemburg-Casco victory. Bryce Te Kulv turned in a stellar performance, pitching a three-hit, complete-game shutout; he had 11 strikeouts.
Peshtigo 12, Gillett/Suring 0 (F/5)
Gillett/Suring’s lineup was limited to two hits, as Brock Bero struck out seven to lead the shutout victory.
Kimberly 9, Kaukauna 5
Danny Vanden Boom picked up the win pitching, giving up only two hits.
Oshkosh West 5, Appleton West 0
Hunter Barber earned the pitching victory for Oshkosh West.
Coleman 10, Sevastopol 0 (F/5)
Jordan Blanchard led the Cougars at the plate with a pair of hits and two RBI.
Niagara 5, Crivitz 4 (F/9)
Anthony Hansen picked up the win on the mound, with four innings of work for Niagara. Offensively, he had two RBI.
Wausaukee 10, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 0 (F/6)
Wausaukee pitcher, Cody Renikow only gave up two hits in a complete-game shutout victory for the conference win.
St. Mary Catholic 12, Bondeul 2 (F/5)
Fiver players recorded a hit for the Bears, as Bonduel fell in non-conference play. Josh Richer took the loss, giving up four hits.
Weyauwega-Fremont 17, Manawa 0 (F/5)
There were 11 walks issued to Weyauweg-Fremont batters in the first inning, as they totaled 14 runs in the opening inning. Kolden Baehman picked up the win. Logan Bosquez went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI.
Fox Valley Lutheran 11, Waupaca 2
Zach Ziegler and Colten Schild combined for seven hits and four RBI for Fox Valley Lutheran.
Fond Du Lac 6, Appleton North 5
Austin Wagner earned the win, while Jack Cole picked up the two-inning save for Fond Du Lac.
Oshkosh North 7, Appleton East 1
Nathan Noe was 3-for-3 for Oshkosh North.
West De Pere at Menasah (DH)
Amherst at Iola-Scandinavia
Wild Rose at Menominee Indian
Almond Bancroft at Port Edwards
Lakeland Union at Wittenberg-Birnamwood
Manitowoc Lincoln at Sheboygan South
Shawano 1, Seymour 0
Colleen McFarlane scored the match’s only goal for Shawano.
Green Bay Preble 4, Pulaski 3
Tied 2-2 at half, Preble got just enough to top the Red Raiders.
West De Pere 9, New London 0
The Phantoms had three players score twice or more on their way to the conference win.
Luxemburg-Casco 5, Freedom 1
Sam Baumgartner netted the only Irish goal. Austin Koller scored twice for Luxemburg-Casco.
Notre Dame 7, Green Bay Southwest 0
Seven different players scored for Notre Dame.
Bay Port 2, De Pere 1
McKenzie Johnson and Erika Hess scored for Bay Port.
Sheboygan North 10, Ashwaubenon 0
The Vikings led 7-0 at halftime. Ashwaubenon could did not put up a shot for the Jaguars.
Xavier 10, Green Bay East 0
Menasha 2, Manitowoc Lincoln 1
Denmark 0, Marinette 0
Oshkosh West 4, Fond Du Lac 1
Appleton North 4, Kimberly 2
Kaukauna 2, Hortonville 2
Neenah 3, Appleton East 0
Oshkosh North 3, Appleton West 2
Clintonville at Little Chute
Wrighstown 8, Waupaca 0
Fox Valley Lutheran 1, Sturgeon Bay 1
Shawano 4, D.C. Everest 3
Stevens Point at West De Pere
Wausau East at Green Bay East
St. Mary Catholic at Menasha
Manitowoc Lincoln at De Pere
Ashwaubenon at Green Bay Preble
Sheboygan South at Notre Dame
Green Bay Southwest at Pulaski
Bay Port at Sheboygan North
Fox Valley Lutheran at Ripon
Green Bay East, Green Bay West, Menasha, New London, Shawano Community, West De Pere, Xavier at Seymour @ Crystal Springs Golf Course
Bonduel, Iola-Scandinavia, Manawa, Pacelli, Weyauwega Fremont vs. Marion @ Perry’s Landing
The Bonduel Bears took second behind Pacelli, as Austin Acker shot a 41, while Kody Jashinsky turned in score of 45. As a team the Bears shot a 196, 18 strokes from first. Ryan Schulke posted the best score, shooting a 39.
Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Luxemburg-Casco, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, Wrightstown at Marinette @ Little River Golf Course
Appleton North at Fond Du Lac
Neenah at Kimberly
Oshkosh West at Appleton East
Kaukauna at Appleton North
Appleton West at Hortonville
Bay Conference Relays: Green Bay East, Green Bay West, Menasha, New London, Shawano Community, West De Pere, Xavier at Seymour
Amherst, Bonduel, Iola-Scandinavia, Pacelli, Shiocton, Weyauwega-Fremont, Wittenberg-Birnamwood at Manawa
Almond Bancroft, Gresham/Bowler, Marion, Menominee Indian, Rosholt, Tigerton, Tri-County, Wild Rose at Port Edwards
Alison Stewart of Gresham/Bowler took first in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash, posting times of of 13.65 and 27.41 seconds, respectively. Stewart helped Gresham/Bowler took seventh at the meet. The Tigerton girls finished third, thanks in part to Lonna Minniecheske, who took second in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.
Varsity Quad: Clintonville, Marinette, Wrightstown, at Little Chute
Varsity Tirangular: Oconto Falls, Waupaca at Fox Valley Lutheran
Girls Quad: Fond Du Lac, Hortonville, Neenah at Appleton West
Varsity Triangular: Appleton East, Kaukauna at Oshkosh North
Varsity Triangular: Appleton North, Oshkosh West at Kimberly
Boys Quad: Appleton West, Hortonville, Neenah at Fond Du Lac
Pulaski at De Pere
Varsity Triangular: Lena, Peshtigo at Coleman