New London 2, Seymour 0
Jake Hoier tossed a complet-game shuteout, as the Bulldogs scratched across two runs in the game’s late stages to earn the win. Hoier struck out five, while scattering six hits. Will Wohlt and Logan Locy led the offensive attack with a pair of hits each. Justin Krull was 3-for-3 for Seymour.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 9, Bonduel 2
Bryce Maule was 3-for-3 at the plate for the Bears, but it wouldn’t be enough offense for Bonduel to overcome Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Wyatt Erb took the loss, giving up eight runs in 3 1/3 innings of work; he struck out six hitters.
West De Pere 7, Xavier 0
Jordan Strick went the distance for the Phantoms, striking out 12 batters.
Oshkosh West 5, Kaukauna 1
Michael McBriar picked up the win on the mound. He struck out nine, while getting the complete-game shutout. Brad Vosters and Grant Emme tallied two hits each for Kaukauna.
Weyauwega-Fremont 24, Manawa 0 (F/5)
The Indians tallied 24 runs on just 11 hits, taking advantage of six errors from the Manawa defense. Kolden Baehman was the winning pitcher after just two innings of work, striking out five. Cole Hudziak was 3-for-3 with four RBI.
Appleton West 3, Stevens Point 2
Jack Mahoney earned the win on the mound, while also going deep at the plate for the Terrors’ non-conference win.
Denmark 3, Fox Valley Lutheran 2
The Vikings rallied in the seventh on a two-RBI double from Brandon Peterson to take the win over the Foxes.
Wasaukee 10, Gillett/Suring 0
Gillett/Suring managed only one hit against Wasaukee pitcher Matthew Delfosse, who struck out 12 batters in the complete-game shutout. Delfosse also went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI. Cody Renikow was 3-for-3.
Coleman 1, Crivitz 0 (F/8)
Austin Marquardt tossed all eight innings and also drove home in the winning run for the Cougars’ conference win.
Peshtigo 14, Stephenson 0 (F/5)
Nolan Lemke surrendered only two hits in the shutout win; he tallied six strikeouts.
Green Bay East-West 11, Manitowoc 0 (F/5)
Brett Mecikalski earned the complete-game victory, scattering three hits and striking out six batters. Zach Watzka recorded three hits an a pair of runs scored.
New London 9, Green Bay East 2
Lauren Winkler tallied three hits, while Erin O’Connell recorded three RBI for the Bulldogs on their way to the Bay win. Leah Porath was the winning pitcher, tossing six innings and allowing five hits. Maddie Ruckdashel, Kate Christian, and Elise Sturgill each had two hits for New London
Waupaca 11, Clintonville 7
Samantha Harbath took the loss for the Truckers . Caoline Ogden posted recorded three hits and two RBI to lead the Comets.
Appleton North 3, Hortonville 2
A tough loss for the Polar Bears, as the Lightning struck for three runs in the seventh inning to earn the FVA win. Kaitlyn Janssen had a pair of hits for Appleton North. Calista Schmidt paced the Hortonville offense, going 3-for-3, including a home run.
Iola-Scandinavia 7, Shiocton 6 (F/9)
The Thunderbirds were walk-off winners after Bryanna Kisting scored the winning run on a wild pitch in the ninth inning to defeat Shiocton. Mackenzie Kielblock led the way at the plate, going 4-for-4 with a triple, a pair of doubles, and collecting two RBI. Sydney Wilcox suffered the loss for the Chiefs in the circle, as she also led the way offensively with a pair of hits.
De Pere 2, Menasha 1
McKayleigh Piper was the winning pitcher for De Pere, who scored both runs in the third inning to earn the non-conference win.
Oshkosh North 12, Appleton East 2
Syd Supple was 4-for-4 at the plate to lead the Spartan lineup. Shaye Gauthier picked up the win in the circle.
Wrightstown 9, Luxemburg-Casco 0
MaKayla Neinas was the winning pitcher, allowing just two hits and sitting down three batters via strikeout. Heather Renard blasted a two-run home run for the Tigers
Oconto 11, Wausaukee 0 (F/5)
Mckenzie Honish allowed only two hits and struck out 10 for the complete-game win.
Ashwaubenon 4, Menasha 3
De Pere 2, Appleton East 0
Notre Dame 8, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
Little Chute 5, N.E.W. Lutheran 2
De Pere 2, Appleton East 0