West De Pere 8, Shawano 0
The Shawano Hawks had a fifth inning collapse, and it cost them in an 8-0 loss to West De Pere. Shawano Pitcher Dylan Sumnicht held the Phantoms to three hits in the first four inning, before running into a high pitch count.
“Dylan pitched a strong game and kept us right with one of the best teams in the area,” said head coach Rob Wolf. “Mistakes were made and just like that we were chasing 5-0.”
After walking and hitting a batter in the fifth, back-to-back Shawano errors at third allowed a run to score, and put Sumnicht over the 100-pitch limit. With bases loaded, Kasey Bauman walked in two runs and gave up a hit that scored two, giving West De Pere a 5-0 lead that led to a win. Shawano did not get their first hit until the 4th inning.
“We are averaging less than four hits a game as a team, and when we do play right with a team, we seem to make a mistake or struggle hitting,” coach Wolf said of his team’s recent performances. “We are putting the ball in play more, but we just need to start having hard contact.”
Shawano has lost seven straight and Sumnicht has been hit with a couple of loses. Wolf said for Shawano to get out of the slump, all aspects have to come together.
“My pitcher is going head to head with some of their pitchers, and it shows that we can compete with anybody, but we need to get our offense clicking and we need to make the defensive plays when we get the opportunity.”
Menasha 1, New London 0 (F/14)
It was a scoreless game for over 13 innings, but it was Jake Zerg who came through for the Blue Jays and delivered the walk-off single. Austin Hanson took the loss for New London. Kyle Wolf, Logan Locy, and Will Wohlt each went 3-for-6 at the plate.
Wrightstown 3, Clintonville 2
Logan Liesenfelder was tough-luck, losing pitcher for Clintonville. Jordan Koeppen went 2-for-2, while Kyle Finger was 2-for-3.
Seymour 13, Green Bay East/West 10
Trent Blake was 3-for-3 with three RBI for Seymour in a high scoring affair. Blake was also the game’s winning pitcher. Justin krull and Trevor Cornell each had a pair of hits for the Thunder.
Bonduel 6, Manawa 2
Jordan Boldt was the winning pitcher. Brent Pieper and Bryce Maule each had a pair of hits and drove in a pair of runs each for the Bonduel win.
Denmark 3, Freedom 2 (F/8)
Blake Derricks was credited with the win and he also went 3-for-5 batting for Denmark, including the walk-off single in the eighth. Parker Rudie was 3-for-4 for the Irish, which includes an extra-base hit.
Pacelli 5, Weyauwega-Fremont 3
A three-run double from Ethan Jansch was the key to the Pacelli win. Cole Hudziak took the lose for Weyauwega-Fremont.
Kimberly 2, Hortonville 1
Jason Jennerjohn took the loss, as Kimberly went ahead in the sixth inning. Danny Vanden Boom was 2-for-3 for the Papermakers. Brock Young led the Polar Bear lineup, going 2-for-3.
Appleton West 4, Neenah 0
Lane Koehler picked up the win for the Terrors. Logan Eiden was 3-for-3 for Neenah.
Little Chute 2,Xavier 1
Connor Wigman sat down five with the strikeout, on his way to going the distance in the non-conference win for Little Chute.
Green Bay Southwest 7, Ashwaubenon 6
Nate Steinbrecker was 3-for-4 and had three RBI. Noah Schmidt was also 3-for-4 and had an RBI.
De Pere 14, Sheboygan North 4 (F/6)
A 10-run fourth inning proved to be was De Pere needed to end the game an inning early. Matt Freeman tossed a complete game.
Notre Dame 2, Manitowoc 1
The Tritons picked up their only runs in the opening frame, but it would be all that they would need. Quinn Dellise went four innings on the mound, getting the win. John Zacharias earned the three-inning save.
Luxemburg-Casco 8, Oconto Falls 7
A six-run fourth inning wouldn’t be enough, as the Spartans were able to hold off Oconto Falls. Jake Thyes crushed a home run and had three RBI. Jordan Jorgenson had four RBI for the Spartans.
Crivitz 15, Lena/STAA 2 (F/5)
Tommy Sawinski went 2-for-3 with two RBI to lead Crivtz, who scored all 15 runs in the first four innings.
Coleman 11, Wausaukee 1
Donovan Salewski went 4-for-4 and had an RBI to lead Coleman. Austin Marquardt drove in four runs.
Peshtigo 2, Niagara 1
Gavin Brissette got the complete-game win for Peshtigo, strikout out four batters.
Oshkosh North 5, Appleton North 3
Bowler at Port Edwards
Shiocton at Wittenberg-Birnamwood
Green Bay Preble at Sheboygan South
Oshkosh West at Fond Du Lac
Menominee Indian at Gresham – Rescheduled to 5-12
Shawano 10, Xavier 0
Erin Cerveny pitched a gem, only allowing one hit in the five-inning shutout. Sage Hennning provided much of the Shawano offense, going 3-for-3 and driving in four runs. Brianna Zook chipped in three hits and two RBI.
Shiocton 10, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 0 (F/5)
Syd Wilcox picked up the five-inning, complete-game win for the Chiefs. She struck out eight batters and helped end the game early with a two-RBI double in the bottom of the fifth.
Denmark 17, Clintonville 0 (F/3)
Three Denmark hitters went 3-for-3 and Taylor Ullman tossed a complete-game victory.
Bonduel 9, Manawa 2
Cameri Gehm crushed a home run on her way to three hits in game one. She also had a double and four RBI, as well as the winning pitcher; she struck out three.
Bonduel 7, Manawa 1
Game two was led by Brynn Reinke, who went 3-for-3 at the plate with a triple and three runs driven in. Kailee Pederson won the game in the circle for the Bears.
Freedom 6, Fox Valley Lutheran 3
Payton Dorn only surrendered three hits and struck out eight on her way to the complete-game win. Cali Brockman had a home run, double, and two RBI for the Irish. Lori Meyer also crushed a homer for Freedom.
Little Chute 7, Marinette 5
Aubrie Hansen was the winning pitcher and crushed a home run for Little Chute. Megan Lonigro went 3-for-4 at the dish for Little Chute.
Gillett/Suring 16, Oneida Nation 0 (F/3)
The Gillett/Suring lineup only managed five hits, but took the game in three innings. Willow Pecha didn’t allow a hit and struck out five.
Gillett/Suring 14, Oneida Nation 0 (F/4)
In the second act, Sydney young tossed a one-hitter in four innings. Annie Kohls had three RBI and Faith Sorlie added a pair of hits and drove in three.
Appleton East 13, Neenah 3
Alyssa Peterson had three RBI and Appleton East at one point in the opening inning rattles off seven hits in a row. Anna Pistone picked up the win.
Oshkosh North 25, Appleton West 1
Syd Supple struck out 13 in the circle and drove in five runs with her bat, as the Spartans rolled by Appleton West.
Coleman 17, Wausaukee 4 (F/5)
The Cougars hung up 15 runs after three innings to take the shortened game. Beth Gannigan was 3-for-4 with six RBI and scored three runs.
Kaukauna 8, Hortonville 0
West De Pere 10, Green Bay West 0
Oshkosh North 5, Menasha 0
Xavier at Neenah
Green Bay Southwest 4, Wausau East 1
Sheboygan North at Catholic Memorial
Varsity Quad: Kimberly, Racine Horlick, Nicolet at West De Pere
Oshkosh North at Menasha
Hartford Union 2, Oshkosh West 0
Valders at Freedom
Menasha at Shawano
West De Pere at De Pere
Adams/Friendship, Fond du Lac, Assumption, Berlin, Cambria-Friesland, Fox Valley Lutheran, Hortonville, Laconia, Mauston, Montello, Nekoosa, North Fond du Lac, Ripon, Waupaca, Wautoma, New London, Westfield vs. Wautoma
Track and Field
at St. Norbert College:
New London, Marinette
Kaukauna, West De Pere, Little Chute, Fox Valley Lutheran, Green Bay Preble, Green Bay Southwest, Waupaca, Winneconne, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Xavier vs. Kimberly
Almond Bancroft, Amherst, Iola-Scandinavia, Necedah, Pacelli, Pittsville, Port Edwards, Princeton, Weyauwega-Fremont, Wild Rose, Wittenberg-Birnamwood vs. Tri-County
At De Pere:
DC Everest, Fond du Lac, Green Bay Preble, Green Bay Southwest, New Berlin Eisenhower, Oak Creek, Oconomowoc, Pulaski, Stevens Point, Waukesha South, West De Pere vs. De Pere