Lack Of Hitting Hurts Hawks
New London 1, Shawano 0
Considered by many around the conference as the Bay’s top pitcher, Will Wohlt dazzled on the mound Tuesday night to lead New London to a 1-0 road win over Shawano.
Wohlt tallied 11 strikeouts in the game to bring his conference-leading total to 54 on the season. He limited the Hawks lineup to only a pair of hits and allowed only three baserunners in the complete-game shutout.
He also helped his own cause with his bat, lacing an RBI single through the left side of the infield in the third inning to score Landen Guyette, which would be the game’s only run.
Dylan Sumnicht took the tough-luck loss on the mound for Shawano. He threw 6 2/3 innings and struck out five. Sumnicht scattered five hits and the only run he allowed came unearned when Guyette reached on an error.
“We’ve got to get Dylan some run support,” said Shawano head coach Rob Wolff. “He pitched great to give us a chance to win, but it’s up to the bats to come around and help him out. You can’t win games with the way we hit.”
The two teams will go for the rubber match of the season series in New London on Thursday.
Xavier 9, Green Bay East/West 1
In a low scoring game through the first three, Xavier busted the game open with nine runs in the next three innings for the win. Chase Hunter was 3-for-4 with a home run, double, and had four RBI.
West De Pere 16, Seymour 5
Spartans Win Northeastern Conference
Luxemburg-Casco 6, Fox Valley Lutheran 4
Austin Tlachac collected three hits to lead the Spartans at the plate. Jordan Jorgensen also had a multi-hit game for Luxemburg-Casco. Bryce TeKulve got the win after six innings of work.
Little Chute 9, Oconto Falls 4
The Mustangs produced a four-run fourth inning to break open a 4-4 ball game. Carson Mara was 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI to lead the Little Chute lineup.
Denmark 2, Waupaca 1 (F/8)
The Vikings earned the walk-off victory on a bunt attempt from Jack Satori that scored Brandon Peterson in the eighth inning. Blake Derricks got the win on the mound, going all eight innings and surrendering just four hits.
Marinette 7, Wrightstown 3
Nick Daye had three hits and three runs scored for Marinette. Matt Eldredge tossed 6 2/3 innings for the win.
Clintonville 7, Freedom 1
CENTRAL WISCONSIN CONFERENCE 8
Iola-Scandinavia 2, Bonduel 1
Both pitchers were stingy on the mound in Bonduel. The Bears got on the board in the second on a run-scoring single with 2 outs by Bryce Engel. Iola-Scandinavia answered with two runs of their own on a bases loaded single by Seth Korb to push the Thunderbirds to the win. Korb got the win on the mound, tossing a complete-game, while allowing one run on five hits to go along with two strikeouts. Wyatt Erb took the loss, giving up two runs on four hits. He walked two and struck out four in four innings of work.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 5, Shiocton 2
CENTRAL WISCONSIN CONFERENCE 10
Pacelli 10, Almond-Bancroft 0
FOX RIVER CLASSIC CONFERENCE
Green Bay Preble 5, Sheboygan North 0
With the win, the Hornets have clinched the FRCC title. Griffin Summers got the win on the mound, going the distance, striking out seven and scattering five hits. Preble remains undefeated on the season.
Ashwaubenon 6, Manitowoc Lincoln 4
The Jaguars came behind and erased an early 3-0 deficit. Jim Callahan went 3-for-4 with a run driven in.
Bay Port 7, Notre Dame 4
A late rally from Bay Port pushed the Pirates to the FRCC win. Jordan Nolle had an RBI and two hits.
Pulaski 5, De Pere 4
Austin Smith was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate and collected two RBI with two runs scored. Colton Agamite was 2-for-4 for the Red Raiders. Jack Anderson picked up the win with nine strikeouts over five innings of work.
Green Bay Southwest 17, Sheboygan South 5
Marcus Rauschenbach led the way for the Trojans, batting 3-for-4 with four RBI and three runs scored. Noah Schmidt produced two RBI on a couple of hits.
FOX VALLEY ASSOCIATION
Hortonville 3, Appleton North 2
Connor Roesler delivered a game-changing two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to push Hortonville past North in game one. Jason Jennerjohn picked up the win on the mound.
Hortonville 6, Appleton North 3
Colton Glocke had two hits, including an RBI double to give Hortonville the lead in the sixth inning of game two. Bryce Cross also picked up a two-RBI hit for a little insurance.
Kimberly 3, Oshkosh West 0
Danny Vanden Boom limited West to three hits through a complete-game shutout to lead Kimberly. He struck out eight batters while not issuing a walk. Kimberly scored three runs in the fifth for the game’s only scoring. Zach Lechnir had two hits for the Papermakers.
Fond Du Lac 13, Appleton West 1 (F/5)
Jason Schneider held West to only two hits on his way to the win on the mound.
Oshkosh North 5, Neenah 4
Kaukauna 9, Appleton East 1
Wausaukee 24, Menominee Indian 1 (F/5)
Menominee Indian allowed 23 runs over the course of the final three innings to Wausaukee. Norman Kakuitch and Phillip Caldwell were the only players in the Eagles lineup to record a hit. Andrew Schroeder and Cody Renikow each had four hits and combined for six RBI.