Seymour 4, Shawano 1
The Shawano offense struggled against Seymour pitcher Austin Marcks, who tossed six innings, while only allowing three hits. He gave up one and struck out seven batters. Dylan Sumnicht took the loss on the bump for the Hawks, throwing six innings and striking out three. Jacob Lacy had two of Shawano’s three hits. Trevor Cornell and Hunter Clark each went 2-for-3 for Seymour. Clark, Caleb Derus and Sam Blank each added an RBI.
Gresham 12, Marion 2 (F/6)
The Wildcats put up four runs in the opening inning and cruised to the CWC-10 victory. Gresham’s lineup drew seven walks and stole 13 bases. Neal Cerveny led the team with six steals; he also went 3-for-3 at the plate, reaching base in his four plate appearances.
New London 5, West De Pere 2
Jake Hoier got the win on the mound for the Bulldogs in 6 2/3 innings of work. Four New London batters collected extra-base hits, including Blake Dey, Brooks Griffin, Will Wohlt, and Austin Hanson.
Marinette 5, Clintonville 4 (Game 1)
Kyle Kruse went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI to help be a catalyst in Marinette’s come-from-behind win in game one of a double-header at Olen Park. Trey Bretl went 4 2/3 innings, earning the win.
Marineette 10, Clintonville 5 (Game 2)
The Marines earned the sweep and Try Bretle went 3-for-3, scoring a pair of runs and driving in three with his bat.
Menasha 3, Xavier 2
Dalton Knaack delivered the big hit for Menasha to top Xavier with a an RBI single in the fouth inning to drive in the tying and eventual winning run. Ben Romnek picked up the win in relief.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2, Weyauwega-Fremont 1
Casey Kerstner went the distance on the mound for the Chargers, striking out six in the win. Gavin Schemer had a double and RBI, while Dalton Zeinart and Ian Zeinart each went 2-for-3 for Wittenberg-Birnamwood.
Port Edwards 12, Tigerton 7
Despite a good effort from Travis Marquardt on the mound, scattering four hits in five innings, the Tigers committed seven errors in their loss to the Blackhawks. Conner Harris and Wyatt Matteson led the Tigers offense with two hits a piece. Alan Parrott, Austin Hoffman, Gave Ferg and Braxton Michaelis also chipped in with a hit each.
Hortonville 8, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
Brock Young went 2-for-3 for the Polar Bears, who cruised to the easy non-conference win. Jason Jennerjohn threw five innings, scattering three hits.
Beloit Turner 3, Freedom 2
Sam Erickson drove in two runs for the Irish, who fell in non-conference play. Charlie Jadin took the loss, throwing six innings and striking out four.
Luxemburg-Casco 12, Kingsford 9
Bryce TeKulve went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs in game one of the double-header sweep for the Spartans.
Luxemburg-Casco 16, Kingsford 7
Shaefer Mleziva was 3-for-4 at the dish with three RBI and three runs scored for Luxemburg-Casco.
Green Bay Preble 4, Manitowoc 3
Will Conrad knocked in the winning run with a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh.
De Pere 2, Bay Port 1
The Red Birds pushed across the winning run in the top half of the seventh after a wild pitch. Jake Fietz led De Pere with a multi-hit game.
Appleton East 3, Neenah 0
Appleton West 4, Fond Du Lac 1
Norway 13, Crivitz 3 (F/5)
Peshtigo 23, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 0 (F/4)
New London 12, West De Pere 1
Maddie Ruckdashel was 2-for-4 with five RBI to lead the New London lineup. Erin O’Connell also went 2-for-4, driving in two runs. Leah Porath had two RBI and two runs scored; she also picked up the six-inning complete-game win, striking out seven.
Gresham 9, Marion 3
Hailey Hoffman earned the win in the circle for Gresham, striking out nine, while scattering seven hits. Gresham moved to 6-3 in the CWC-10
Bonduel 13, Three Lakes 3 (F/5)
Brittany Wudtke drove in four runs with a pair of hits for the Bears. Brynn Reinke added two hits for Bonduel. Cameri Gehm got the win, striking out three over five innings.
Freedom 11, Luxemburg-Casco 10 (Game 1)
The long ball was key to Freedom’s game one win over Luxemburg-Casco. Cali Brockman crushed a three-run bomb in the sixth to power Freedom to push Freedom to victory. Brooke Garrett went 3-for-4 with a home run as well; she also had a double and three RBI. Payton Dorn was the third Irish batter to go deep. Dorn finished game one with two RBI; she also struck out five in the circle to earn the win.
Luxemburg-Casco 4, Freedom 3 (Game 2)
All four Spartan runs came in the final inning to avoid the two-game sweep. Dana Deterville had a clutch two-RBI double for Luxemburg-Casco.
Fox Valley Lutheran 4, Little Chute 2 (Game 1)
Morgann Jensen struck out six and surrendered only four hits to the Mustangs to earn the game one victory.
Fox valley Lutheran 9, Little Chute 6 (F/10) (Game 2)
Samantha Birling struck out 10, while throwing 7 2/3 innings to help complete the double-header sweep for the Foxes. Morgann Jensen crushed a pair of home runs, driving in three.
Denmark 7, Wrightstown 3 (Game 1)
Abby Chada was a perfect 3-for-3, blasting a home run and driving in two for Denmark.
Wrighstown 3, Denmark 1 (Game 2)
DMakayla Neinas got the win in the circle for the double-header split for Wrightstown. Rachel Micke went 2-for-2 with an RBI.
Weyauwega-Fremont 7, Winneconne 0
Cadyn Ehrenberg threw a no-hitter for the Indians with 15 strikeouts. Ehrenberg nearly had a perfect game, if not for a seventh inning defensive error.
Appleton North 9, Neenah 3
Kimberly 11, Fond Du Lac 10
Appleton East 2, Oshkosh West 0
At Shamrock Heights, Shawano finished fifth. Josh Mueller and Alex Kohl teamed up to shoot a 75 (+3) in the front nine. Alex mueller and Kobe Schreiber combined to shoot an 83 for Shawano, who as a team shot a 158. New London and Xavier tied a team-best 147.
At Whistling Straits in Kohler, Austin Acker shot a 97 for Bonduel, as the Bears came in second place with a score of 410. Pacelli took the meet, shooting a 364
Bonduel finished sixth at the track meet held in Rosholt. Emily Sorenson placed first in the long jump, posting a jump of 17’1. She took third in teh 100 and 200-meter dash.