Green Bay East-West 10, Menasha 5
Zach Watzka tossed five innings and had seven strikeouts for the win on the mound.
Weyauwega-Fremont 9, Amherst 6
Brandon Scheer had a two-RBI double to for Weyauwega-Fremont, while Logan Bosquez nailed down the win pitching four innings. Bosquez struck out five batters.
Shiocton 10, Bonduel 9 (F/9)
Despite giving up eight runs in the opening three innings, Bonduel came back to tie up the game 8-8 in the sixth inning, but the Chiefs would push across two in the ninth to win it. Wyatt Erb, Jacob Banker and Bryce Maule collected a pair of hits, while the Bears offense was led by Issac Boldt, who went 3-for-4 at the plate.
Freedom 5, Coleman 2
Sam Erickson picked up the win, while COle Evers went 2-for-4 with a double to lead the Irish. Josh Kunstman and Dakota Brockman also had two hits for Freedom.
Green Bay Preble 11, Seymour 1
Trent Blake took the loss on the mound for the Thunder. The Hornets scored four runs in each of the first and second innings. Blake did go 2-for-4 at the plate along with David Michaelson.
Xavier 11, Crivitz 9
The Hawks scored in every inning and held off a late Crivitz rally, who scored all nine in the fifth and sixth innings. Jordan Lang recorded the win in relief. Nate DeYoung went 2-for-3 with a triple, double and four RBI.
Wrighstown 5, Oconto 4
Evan Guns pitched his way to a win for the Tigers. Preston Kussow scored twice.
Green Bay Southwest 7, West De Pere 6
The Trojans walked-off on an RBI single from Tyler Basten who had finsihed 2-for-2 on the day. Jake Jankowski also had two hits and two RBI for Southwest. The Phantoms were led by Dylan Govin, who had two hits and a run driven in.
Niagara 11, Wabeno/Laona 0 (F/5)
Ethan Blagec tossed a five-inning shutout in game one. He drove in a pair at the plate and also scored twice.
Niagara 6, Wabeno/Laona 5
Anthony Hansen and Jacob Bousley combined for four RBI to lead the Badgers to the double-header sweep.
Rosholt 12, Bowler 6
Tony Kropidlowski tossed a complete game, scattering six hits and collecting eight strikeouts. Three Rosholt batters tallied multiple hits as they carried the offense over Bowler.
Ripon 4, Clintonville 2
Pacelli 15, Manawa 0
Gresham 8, Tigerton 2
Iola-Scandinavia 4, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 3
Wild Rose 12, Tri-County 1
Valders 5, Luxemburg-Casco 4
Neenah 7, Fond Du Lac 6
Kimberly 2, Oshkosh West 1
Menominee Indian at Port Edwards
Marinette at Escanaba
De Pere at Appleton North
Shiocton 8, West De Pere 5
Sydney Wilcox belted a two-run home run in the seventh inning to put Shiocton ahead. She shut the door pitching in the bottom half of the inning. Wilcox finished with a complete-game win and nine strikeouts. Tina Ubl recorded a home run as well for the Chiefs.
Omro 15, Clintonville 5 (F/5)
Carlie Seaman crushed a grand slam to carry Omro over Clintonville; she finished with five RBI.
Oshkosh West 5, Appleton North 0
Lacy Cruz picked up the complete-game win, striking out three and allowing five hits.
Menasha 2, Shawano 0
Carlie Hinnefeld had eight saves in the net, but Hope Schaefer and Sophie Schwartzbauer eached tallied goals for the Blue Jays.
Winneconne 5, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
The Wolves scored four in the first half to cruise to the non-conference win.
Amherst/Iola-Scandinavia 9, Antigo 0
Little Chute at New London
Roncalli at Freedom
Clintonville at Wautoma