Shiocton 3, Weyauwega-Fremont 1 (F/8)
Luxemburg-Casco 10, Clintonville 0 (F/5)
Clintonville scratched across three hits in the five-inning loss. Ally Dart went 3-for-3 with three RBI for the Spartans.
Seymour 2, West De Pere 1 (F/8)
Dinah King walked it off for the Thunder with an RBI single to give Seymour another extra innings victory. King finished 2-for-3, while Savannah Thielbar went 3-for-4 with a pair of singles and a double. Paige Weyer earned the pitching win, striking out four.
Hortonville 2, Kimberly 0
Jordan Martin struck out 15 batters, while giving up only four hits in the complete-game shutout. Martin added a pair of hits at the plate for the Polar Bears. Emily Cliver hit a solo blast to lead Hortonville.
Green Bay East 5, Xavier 4
The Red Devils rallied for two runs in the final inning for the win. Morgan Nemececk produced the walk-off RBI double; she finished with a pair of extra-base hits.
Pulaski 14, Notre Dame 0
It was another no-hit performance for Pulaski’s Liz Pautz in the circle. She added 14 strikeouts on the day in the five-inning, complete-game win. The Red Raiders struck for eight runs in the opening frame.
Green Bay Preble 4, De Pere 0
Camryn Baenen and Janelle Wotruba both hit a home run to carry Preble to victory. Brittany Baneck threw a complete-game shutout, striking out nine in the circle.
Green Bay Southwest 6, Manitowoc Lincoln 5
Mirand Thill crushed a home run, while Julia Bolssen and Emily Hanaman each added a pair of hits for the Trojans in the FRCC win.
Bay Port 3, Ashwaubenon 2 (F/10)
Madeline Ehlke hit a clutch two-run homer in the sixth to push the game into extra innings. It was Ehlke knocking in the game-winner in the 10th to score Maidson Jorgenson. Sydney LaPoint went all 10 for Bay Port in the win.
Peshtigo 4, Southern Door 3 (F/8)
Shae Tonn earned the win for Peshtigo, tossing a complete game. Lexy DeBriyn went 2-for-4 with a pair of runs scored and Olivia Lewis drove in two runs.
Fox Valley Lutheran 7, Oconto Falls 1 (F/8)
The Foxes pushed across six runs in the extra inning to cruise to the conference win. Sam Birling only allowed two hits and struck out 15 in the win for Fox Valley Lutheran.
Wrightstown 8, Little Chute 1
Makayla Neinas went 3-for-4 with two runs driven in and picked up the pitching win in four innings of work.
Denmark 14, Marinette 5
Leah Hansen had four hits for the Vikings, who as a team put up 16 hits.
Gillett/Suring 9, Wabeno/Laona 4
Gillett/Suring posted five runs in the fourth on their way to the win. Greta Sleeter had three hits and two RBI for the Hornets, while also scoring two runs. Myranda Pratsch chipped in three hits, a pair of RBI, and a run scored.
Neenah 2, Appleton West 1
The Rockets went ahead in the fourth and held on for the narrow win.
Appleton East 8, Fond Du Lac 2
Anna Pistone threw a complete game, allowing only a run. She also had a three-RBI double for the Patriots.
Oshkosh North 11, Appleton North 0
Syd Dupple struck out eight batters in a five-inning victory.
Menasha 15, Green Bay West 0
Kayla Feavel hit a home run and a double to finish with three RBI.
Freedom 22, Waupaca 0 (F/5)
Payton Dorn didn’t allow a hit in five innings, while striking out nine. Abby Cardew went 5-f0r-5 for the Irish, with a home run, a double, and two runs driven in.
Amherst at Assumption
Wautoma at Almond Bancroft
Menominee Indian at Bowler
Manawa at Iola-Scandinavia
Wild Rose at Tigerton
Pacelli at Wittenberg-Birnamwood
Sheboygan South 7, Sheboygan North 1
Kaukauna at Oshkosh West
Gibraltar 12, Crivitz 7
West De Pere 12, Shawano 2 (F/5)
Kien Moorman crushed a solo home run for Shawano. Cole Nelson of West De Pere tossed a complete game, striking out four Shawano batters and surrendering two runs. Cole Nelson of Shawano was hit with the loss on the bump for the Hawks.
New London 2, Seymour 1
The Bulldogs scored both runs in the second inning and shut down the Thunder in a pitcher’s dual. Will Wohlt struck out four in five innings. At the plate Austin Marcks went the distance for Seymour, sitting down five via strikeout, and allowing the two runs in the loss.
Clintonville 7, Wrightstown 1
Colton Kluth and Kyle Finger were 2-for-4 for Clintonville. Hunter Vollmer picked up the win on the mound; he also had two RBI.
Pulaski 3, Bay Port 1
Nick Kozlowksi gave Pulaski the lead with an RBI single. Jack Anderson got the win on the mound, recording eight strikeouts over five innings. Anderson also went 1-for-3 at the dish with an RBI.
Notre Dame 3, Manitowoc Lincoln 1
John Leonard was 2-for-3, including a home run for Notre Dame. Leonard finished with two RBI. Zach Pethan went 3-for-4 with an RBI.
Green Bay Preble 11, Sheboygan South 1
Jarrett Scheek threw a no-hitter to keep Preble undefeated. He struck out 11 batters and walked four.
Ashwaubenon 6, Green Bay Southwest 3
Aaron Froncois was 3-for-3 with an RBI, while Michael Rottier had three RBI in the Ashwaubenon win. Cade Curtis went 6 2/3 innings in the win.
Luxemburg-Casco 6, Oconto Falls 0
Cryce TeKulve went the distance, allowing only two hits and striking out seven. Jake Thyes went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI.
Fox Valley Lutheran 2, Marinette 1 (F/8)
Isaac Gerhardt knocked in Colton Schild to win it in extras for the Foxes.
Fox Valley Lutheran 12, Marinette 0 (F/5)
The Foxes scored seven runs in the final inning to end the game early.
Gillett/Suring 8, Laona Wabeno 5
Lane Hischke led the Gillett/Suring lineup, going 3-for-4 and scoring twice. Sean Krueger and Josh Reed each picked up a pair of hits and drove in two for Gillett/Suring. Ethan Hischke got the win on the mound.
Niagara 2, Wausaukee 1
Niagara walked it off on an RBI single from Dylan Nuens in the bottom of the seventh.
Peshtigo 4, Southern Door 3
Darrin Dionne picked up a pair of hits for Peshtigo. Cole Tackmier earned the win on the mound.
Freedom 5, Denmark 0
Charlie Jadin threw a complete-game shutout, finishing the day with seven strikouts. Cole Evers led Freedom, going 3-for-4 with a triple. Dakota Brockan was 2-for-4.
Waupaca 1, Little Chute 0 (F/9)
Ryan Dayton went all nine for the Comets in the extra-inning, conference win. Dayton threw 92 pitches.
Bowler 8, Menominee Indian 5
The Eagles stranded eight runners in scoring position in the loss. Riley Mohawk had three hits for Bowler.
Wild Rose 9, Tigerton 1
The Tigers defense continued to struggle, committing eight errors in their loss. Conner Harris was taxed with the loss on the mound. Harris, along with Austin Hoffman, led the Tigerton offense with two hits a piece. Travis Marquardt and Allen Jobe added a hit each.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2, Pacelli 1
Gave Schuerer hit a walk-off two-run double to win the game for the Chargers. Dalton Zeinert was safe at a close play at the plate.
Appleton North 6, Neenah 4
Justin Sanders tossed 6 1/3 innings for North, picking up the win. Will Monroe blasted a home run and drove in three RBI for the Lightning.
Kimberly 3, Fond Du Lac 2
Danny Vanden Boom produced the walk-off RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to lead the Papermakers to the win.
Appleton West 10, Hortonville 6
Brock Young went 2-for-4 and drove in three for Hortonville, but they fell to the Terrors after allowing a six-run second inning. Tyler Ziegler was handed the loss.
Oshkosh West 5, Appleton East 4
Hunter Barber earned the win for West, tossing 6 1/3 innings.
Algoma 2, Amherst 1
Iola-Scandinavia 10, Manawa 0
Weyauwega-Fremont at Shiocton
Assumption 4, Almond-Bancroft 1
De Pere at Sheboygan North
Oshkosh North 4, Kaukauna 3
Menasha 3, Green Bay East/West 2
Menasha 8, Green Bay East/West 5
Gibraltar at Crivitz
West De Pere 5, Shawano 1
Lindsey Roloff scored the only goal in the second half for Shawano in the Bay loss.
De Pere 3, Pulaski 1
Anna Boyd scored all three goals for the Red Birds. Maggie Hernandez produced the only goal for the Red Raiders, which came in the first half.
Ashwaubenon 1, Manitowoc Lincoln 0
Haley Ehmke scored the only goal for the Jaguars.
Luxemburg-Casco 6, Marinette 1
Liz Benson scored twice and added an assist for the Spartans. Kamryn Koss had two goals for Luxemburg-Casco.
Green Bay Southwest 2, Sheboygan South 0
Bay Port 0, Notre Dame 0
Sheboygan North 1, Green Bay Preble 0
New London at Seymour
Clintonville at Denmark
Menasha at Xavier
Little Chute at Fox Valley Lutheran
Freedom at Wrightstown
Waupaca at New Holstein
Oshkosh North at Fond Du Lac
Appleton West at Kimberly
Neenah at Kaukauna
Appleton North at Appleton East
at Mid Vallee Golf Course
New London took the team title, shooting a 152 over Xavier and West De Pere.
at Riverside Golf Course
Denmark beat Waupaca by 22 strokes to win the North Eastern Conference Meet in Clintonville. Denmark had three golfers in the top five. Isaac Wright led the way with a 37. Mason Gardner was second with a 38.
Kimberly 161, Appleton East 183
Oshkosh West 172, Hortonville 174
Appleton North 175, Appleton West 185
Neenah 170, Oshkosh North 183
Xavier 7, Shawano 0
Johnny Horak over Harrison Sturycz 6-3, 6-4; Patrick Barhouse over Donald Chen 6-0, 6-0; Daniel Bomier over Anton Piantek 6-0, 6-0; Mike Ban over Bryce Carlson 6-2, 6-0.
David Horak/Konnor Barth over Shawn Klemens/Levi Johnson 6-0, 6-0; Will Cole/Sam Knott over Ceasar Ramirez/Carter Peplinski 6-1, 6-2; Cameron Severson/Patrick Corbett over Rhain Rodenbeck/Wyatt Theis 6-2, 6-1.
Bay Port 6, Pulaski 1
Green Bay Southwest 4, Ashwaubenon 3
Notre Dame 7, Manitowoc Lincoln 0
Green Bay Preble 7, Sheboygan South 0
De Pere 5, Sheboygan North 2
Kimberly at Appleton East
Neenah 7, Fond Du Lac 0
Kaukauna 7, Appleton West 0
Appleton North 5, Oshkosh West 2
Fox Valley Lutheran at Green Bay East
West De Pere at Menasha
Pacelli at Antigo
Track and Field
Varsity Quad: Xavier, Green Bay East, Seymour at New London
Varsity Triangular: Clintonville, Fox Valley Lutheran at Denmark
Varsity Triangular: Marinette Waupaca at Freedom
Varsity Quad: Wrightstown, Luxemburg-Casco, Little Chute at Oconto Falls
Varsity Triangular: Hortonville, Kimberly at Appleton East
Boys Varsity Quad: Appleton West, Oshkosh North, Oshkosh West at Fond Du Lac
Girls Varsity Quad: Appleton West, Fond Du Lac, Oshkosh West at Oshkosh North
Varsity Triangular: Appleton North, Neenah at Kaukauna
Varsity Triangular: Bonduel, Gillett at Suring