Thursday Night High School Scoreboard
New London 4, Menasha 3
The Bulldogs struck for three runs in the first inning to jump out to a quick lead. Logan Locy and Dylan Moeller each picked up a pair of hits, while Jack Anderson recorded the win on the mound. Myles Parker and Will Wohlt both had an extra-base hit.
Luxemburg-Casco 4, Clintonville 1
Bryce Tekulve tallied 11 strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings to guide the Spartans. Mason Isenberg collected two RBI for Luxemburg-Casco. Austin Tlachac had two hits and two runs scored.
Green Bay East/West 8, Seymour 2
Seymour carried a 2-0 lead into the fifth inning, but fell at home. The Thunder lineup was limited to four hits against winning pitcher Sam Fonder. Sam Blank and Kendal Lecker both doubled for Seymour.
Weyauwega-Fremont 4, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2
The only scoring for either team came in the the third inning. Logan Bosquez picked up the win, striking out five batters in the complete-game. Brandon Scheer and Collin Jorgensen each had two hits for Weyauwega-Fremont. Gavin Scheuer doubled in the only runs for the Chargers.
Xavier 7, West De Pere 2
Jordan Lang got the win on the mound. T.J. VanEperen tripled and finished with to hits for the Hawks.
Green Bay Preble 2, Bay Port 0
The Hornets stay perfect behind a one-hitter from Griffin Summers. Will Conard was 2-for-3.
Ashwaubenon 7, Sheboygan South 3
The Jaguars took control of the game with a four-run fifth inning for the conference win.
Marinette 11, Denmark 1
Trey Bretl kept hitters guessing, holding the Denmark lineup to only two hits and not allowing an earned run
Oshkosh North 3, Hortonville 2
Freedom 4, Waupaca 1
Wausaukee 18, St. Thomas Aquinsa/Lena 1
Shiocton 3, Pacelli 2
Amherst 12, Manawa 1
Crivitz 7, Niagara 0
Neenah 8, Fond Du Lac 2
Oconto Falls 2, Fox Valley Lutheran 2
De Pere 4, Notre Dame 2
Bonduel 7, Iola-Scandinavia 3
Rosholt 7, Tigerton 6
Wild Rose 11, Menominee Indian 0
Appleton West 9, Kaukauna 4
Sheboygan North 7, Green Bay Southwest 2
Manitowoc 4, Pulaski 3
Oshkosh West 10, Appleton North 9
Almond-Bancroft 5, Port Edwards 2
Gresham at Bowler
Marion at Tri-County
Appleton East at Kimberly
Peshtigo at Gillett Suring
New London 8, West De Pere 3
Elise Sturgill brought the offense producing three RBI on three hits. New London scored seven of their runs in the fourth and fifth innings. Leah Porath picked up the win, scattering eight hits over seven innings.
Weyauwega-Fremont 13, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2
Taylor Flease drove in five to help Weyauwega-Fremont clinch the CWC-8 title. The conference crown is Weyauwega-Fremont’s third in the last five seasons. Taylor Folk got the win, throwing five innings.
Shiocton 5, Pacelli 4
Tina Ubl cranked a two-run a home run to power the Chiefs to the CWC-8 victory; she finished with three RBI. Sydney Wilcox got the win in the circle, tossing six innings.
Hortonville 7, Appleton North 1
Jordan Martin tallied 11 strikeouts for Hortonville, as the Polar Bears cruised to the FVA win. Whitney Baumann was 3-for-3, while Brittany Sager had two hits and Emily Cliver had two RBI.
Oconto Falls 15, Clintonville 5 (F/6)
Clintonville gave up runs in all six innings to Oconto Falls. Ashley Dalgren took the loss for the Truckers. Emma Huberty was a perfect 3-for-3 with two RBI.
Iola-Scandinavia 8, Bonduel 6
Bonduel led 6-0 heading to the sixth, but the Thunderbirds hung up eight runs to take game one. Kailee Pedersen was 3-for-4. Cameri Gehm, Becca Carpenter and Jaden Bohm all had two hits.
Bonduel 10, Iola-Scandinavia 3
Bonduel raced out to a 7-0 lead after two, which would be more than enough to split the twin bill. Cameri Gehm batted 3-for-3 and drove in two runs. Brittany Wudtke was 2-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI.
Pulaski 15, Notre Dame 0 (F/4)
Liz Pautz didn’t allow a hit and struck out four in the win. It was an offensive barrage for the Red Raider lineup, which rattled off 16 hits. Five players recorded multi-hit games.
Freedom 12, Marinette 0
Payton Dorn allowed only two hits to pitch Freedom to the conference win; she struck out eight and drove in three at the plate.
Wrightstown 6, Fox Valley Lutheran 4
The Tigers picked up two runs in the seventh inning for some needed insurance in their win.Kailee Van Zeeland was 3-for-4 in the Wrightstown lineup.
Kimberly 5, Oshkosh West 4 (F/8)
The Papermakers answered an extra-inning run by Oshkosh West by scoring twice in the bottom of the eighth to win.
Kaukauna 2, Appleton East 0
Haley Hestekin struck out 11 and scattered three hits for the complete-game shutout.
Menasha 11, Xavier 5
The Blue Jays put up five runs in the third and fifth innings and proved too much for the Hawks.
Green Bay East 6, Green Bay West 1
Dalia Grajeda had 10 strikeouts pitching in the win for East.
Peshtigo 14, Gillett/Suring 3
Gillett/Suruing managed only two hits against Peshtigo’s Lexy DeBriy. Myrana Pratsch and Angel Griffin each put one in the hit column.
Coleman 15, Oneida Nation 0 (F/3)
Annabelle Kotecki didn’t allow a hit and every player in the Coleman lineup came across to score in the shortened win.
Niagara 10, Crivitz 7
Sheboygan South 5, Sheboygan North 4
Appleton West 5, Fond Du Lac 2
Menasha 11, Xavier 5Manawa 5, Amherst 1
Tri-County 5, Marion 2
Wausaukee 8, St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 2
Manitowoc 8, Green Bay Southwest 1
Denmark 8, Little Chute 5
Bay Port 1, Ashwaubenon 0
Almond-Bancroft 15, Port Edwards 0
Almond-Bancroft 15, Port Edwards 1
Gresham at Bowler
Tigerton at Rosholt
Menominee Indian at Wild Rose
Waupaca at Luxemburg-Casco
Neenah at Oshkosh North
Neenah 6, Oshkosh North 1
Shawano 5, New London 1
Menasha 1, Green Bay East 0
Bay Port 2, Green Bay Southwest 0
De Pere 6, Sheboygan South 0
Notre Dame 8, Green Bay Preble 0
Xavier 5, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
Kimberly 5, Oshkosh West 0
Kaukauna 1, Appleton East 1
Appleton North 4, Hortonville 0
Seymour 3, West De Pere 2
Amherst at Clintonville
Green Bay New Lutheran at Freedom
Manitowoc at Sheboygan North
Pulaski at Ashwaubenon
Appleton West at Fond Du Lac
Shawano 5, Fox Valley Lutheran 2
Xavier 6, Green Bay West 1
West De Pere 5, Cedarburg 1
Bay Port 4, Green Bay Preble 3
Notre Dame 7, De Pere 0
Green Bay Southwest 7, Sheboygan North 3
Manitowoc 4, Pulaski 3
Appleton North 7, Appleton West 0
Fond Du Lac 6, Kaukauna 1
Neenah 6, Kimberly 1