Bay Conference Front Runners Meet; Seymour Takes Late Driver’s Seat
Seymour 5, New London 1
Seymour scored runs early, and rode the pitching of Paige Weyer to a 5-1 win over New London. Both teams had nine hits, but the Thunder strung together hits early to take a lead that would never surrender. Seymour completed the season sweep over New London, and can lock up at least a share of the Bay title with a win over Shawano Thursday.
Shawano 10, West De Pere 0
Emily Bastar had one her best outings of the year, leading her Hawks to a 10-0 win over West De Pere. The Sophomore worked 6 innings with 4 strikeouts. Saige Henning was 2 for 3 with a pair of triples to lead the Hawks.
Denmark Knocks Off North Eastern Front-Runner Freedom
Denmark 3, Freedom 2
Taylor Ullman drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to push Denmark over Freedom. She finished with two RBI on a pair of hits. Grace Nys was the winning pitcher.
Marinette 5, Fox Valley Lutheran 3
Mackenzie Bebo eventually scored the winning run in the fifth.
Wrightstown 14, Clintonville 8
Clintonville pitchers had couldn’t figure out Danielle Nennig, who finished 6-for-6 at the plate for Wrightstown, driving in three runs. Kailee Van Zeeland proved to also be a difficult out, going 5-for-6 and collecting five RBI.
Luxemburg-Casco 19, Oconto Falls 9 (F/5)
Madysen Thayse batted a perfect 5-for-5, collecting six RBI to lead the Spartan lineup. Mackie Junio and Brianna Prevost hit home runs for Luxemburg-Casco. Corrina Romandine recorded two hits for Oconto Falls, while Josie Tolzman drove in two runs.
Fox Valley Association
Oshkosh North Stays Perfect With Convincing Win
Oshkosh North 15, Appleton East 0
Syd Supple tossed a five-inning no-hitter to lead Oshkosh North in the circle, while also going 2-for-2 with a home run and two RBI at the plate.
Appleton North 13, Fond Du Lac 2
Andi Salm was a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate for the Lightning. Bailee Fritz got the win in the circle.
Central Wisconsin Conference
CWC-10 Conference Heavyweight Postponed – Almond-Bancroft at Tri-County (PPD)
Shiocton 11, Oconto 0 (F/5)
Tina Ubl blasted a two-run shot to lead things for Shiocton in the opening inning. Syd Wilcox dominated in the circle, picking up the win and striking out seven. She also cracked a three-run home run to power a six-run fifth inning for the Chiefs.
Pacelli 11, Bonduel 5
Bonduel received multi-hit games from four players, led by Brynn Reinke who had three, but it wouldn’t be enough to keep pace with Pacelli.
Iola-Scandinavia 17, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 5
The Thunderbirds hung up nine runs in the opening inning to race by Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Fiver players in the Iola-Scandinavia lineup recorded two hits. Kendall Johnson tossed two innings for the win, while Alexis Schaupp suffered the loss.
Tuesday Night Softball Scores
Ashwaubenon 11, Sheboygan South 1 (F/5)
The Jaguars hung up 10 runs in the second inning to cruise to the win. Morgan Zirbel cracked a grand slam and Katlynn Cleveland pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts.
Sheboygan North 10, Green Bay Southwest 2
Rachael Bohlman was 3-for-3 and had two RBI for Southwest, who fell to Sheboygan North.
Coleman 7, Peshtigo 6
Mariana Meissner drove in three on two hits to lead Coleman.
Green Bay Preble 5, Bay Port 1
North Eastern Conference
Clintonville Stuns Casco
Clintonville 9, Luxemburg-Casco 5
Denmark 2, Marinette 0
The game’s only runs came in the second inning as Denmark earned the conference win. Cole Paplham was one out away from a no-hitter, but still earned the win on the mound.
Little Chute 10, Wrightstown 1
Leighton Myers tossed 5 2/3 innings for the win and was backed up by four Mustang batters who managed multi-hit games.
Fox Valley Lutheran 9, Oconto Falls 6
Stephen Baehman was the winning pitcher, while Isaac Gerhardt and Owen VanDerHorst recorded two hits each.
Waupaca 2, Freedom 0
Charlie Jadin took the loss for Freedom. Ryan Dayton went six innings strong for Waupaca to earn the win. Hayden Neidert went 2-for-3, including a triple to lead the Comets. Parker Rudie was 3-for-4 for the Irish.
Menasha Takes Over Bay Lead With Win and Seymour Loss
Menasha 2, New London 1
Will Wohlt suffered the tough-luck loss, despite only allowing two runs. Wohlt also went 2-for-2 at the plate with a double.
Green Bay East/West 3, Seymour 2
East-West walked-off against Seymour on a passed ball in the seventh. Trent Blake threw a complete-game, but took the loss on the mound for the Thunder. Max Van Boxel tallied three hits for East-West.
West De Pere 5, Xavier 1
Cole Nelson tossed a no-hitter and struck out four to lead the Phantoms on the mound. He helped his own cause, going 3-for-3 at the plate with a pair of RBI.
Fox River Classic Conference
Pirates Give Preble a Run
Green Bay Preble 4, Bay Port 3
Casey Roeser hit a home run and Jarrett Scheelk had a pair of extra-base hits to lead Preble past Bay Port.
Ashwaubenon 5, Sheyboygan South 4
The Jaguars pushed across runs in the game’s final three innings, eventually taking advantage of a Sheboygan South error to score the winning run. Mike Rottier and Will Adair had two hits each.
De Pere 11, Notre Dame 2
All 11 De Pere runs came in the sixth inning, as they broke open their win over Notre Dame. They had been held hitless through five innings until that point. Jacob Enli and Jake Fietz each collected three RBI for the Red Birds.
Manitowoc 7, Pulaski 3
Jake Neitzel was 3-for-3 with a pair of extra-base hits for the Red Raiders, but Pulaski fell in the FRCC matchup. Colton Agamaite suffered the loss pitching.
Tuesday Night Baseball Scores
Oshkosh West 7, Neenah 2
Brandon Diedrich collected three hits, including a double for Neenah, but the Rockets fell in the FVA contest.
Oshkosh North 5, Kimberly 1
Brett Ellestad tossed a solid 6⅓ innings to stymie the Kimberly lineup. Ellestad went 2-for-4 at the plate. Danny Vanden Boom, who was the game’s losing pitcher, went 3-for-4 batting.
Appleton North 11, Kaukauna 0
Appleton East 5, Appleton West 1
Amherst 11, Manawa 1
Fond Du Lac 6, Hortonville 4
Notre Dame 9, Ashwaubenon 0
Bay Port 9, Sheboygan South 1
Green Bay Preble 7, Manitowoc 1
Luxemburg-Casco 10, Little Chute 1
Denmark 3, Valders 0
West De Pere 5, Menasha 2
De Pere 6, Green Bay Southwest 0
Kimberly 10, Kaukauna 0
Neenah 8, Hortonville 0
Appleton North 5, Fond Du Lac 1
Oshkosh West 7, Oshkosh West 2
Oshkosh North 1, Appleton East 0