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Hortonville 9, Neenah two

HORTONVILLE – The Polar Bears opened with 4 runs in the initial inning, tacked on one more in the second, and completed with 4 extra in the bottom sixth, when the Rockets managed a run in the second and fourth innings.

Camden Kuhnke, Joe Fischer, Turner Kuhnke and Nathan Vela each and every recorded two hits for Hortonville. Vela led the Polar Bears with four RBIs, finishing two-for-three with a double and a stroll.

Payton Miller scored each runs for Neenah, going 1-for-two with a stroll at the plate.

Thomas Burns earned the win for Hortonville, pitching six sturdy innings only providing up six hits, a stroll and two unearned runs when striking out 11.

Isaac Verbruggen took the loss for the Rockets, lasting 1 inning, providing up 5 hits, a stroll and 4 runs.

Freedom 16, Reedsville two

FREEDOM – Carson Clausen, Rowan Lonigro and Matt Wyngaard all had 3 RBIs to lead the Irish previous the Panthers.

Clausen led the way with two doubles, when Corey Mathison and Lonigro had two hits as effectively.

Jack Vosters scored four runs for the Irish.

Drew Shepard pitched 5 innings of 4-hit ball to earn the victory. He struck out 4. With the win, the Irish improves to four-1, when Reedsville drops to 1-three.

Denmark 17, Seymour three

SEYMOUR – Denmark scored in each and every inning, like 3 runs in the initial, two in the second, 5 in the third, 5 in the fourth and two in the fifth to beat the Thunder.

Ethan Ovsak powered the Vikings offense, going four-for-four with 4 runs scored and two RBIs. Also major the way had been Lucas Miller, who was four-for-five with six RBIs Izaac Dittmer, who was three-for-five with two RBIs and Nolan Perry, who was two-for-two with 3 runs scored and two RBIs.

Jaycob Dittmer pitched 3 innings for the win, permitting 4 hits and 1 run.

Brady Poch led Seymour by going two-for-three, when Xavier Salzman had a house run and two RBIs.

Denmark moves to six-1 with the win, when Seymour fell to three-two.

Chilton 17, Ozaukee 7

FREDONIA – The Tigers scored in each and every inning, like 5 runs in the fourth inning and 5 in the fifth, in the 5-inning nonconference win.

Ryan Pierquet was three-for-four, like two doubles, and drove in seven runs for Chilton. Max Mueller and Ryan Lisowe added two hits each and every. Mueller had a triple.

Peyton Juckem pitched 4 innings to get the win. He permitted 4 hits, 3 runs (zero earned), walked 3 and struck out six.

Connor Rennicke had a double, an RBI and scored two runs for Ozaukee.

Shiocton 11, Princeville, Ill. 1

PRINCEVILLE, Ill. – Bennett Wilcox pitched a 1-hitter when striking out eight to lead Shiocton to the win more than the Princes.

The only hit Wilcox gave up was a 1-out double in the third inning.

Wilcox aided his personal result in, hitting a double and scoring three runs.

Bennett Schmidt also scored three runs for Shiocton and had a pair of hits.


Menasha 18, Oshkosh North 13

OSHKOSH – The Bluejays prevailed in a slugfest in nonconference play.

Menasha scored the initial 12 runs of the game, but the Spartans closed to inside 14-eight soon after 5 and 14-11 soon after six. Soon after the Bluejays scored 4 occasions in the seventh, North scored twice in the bottom half just before Menasha secured the win.

Maddie Zaves paced the Bluejays, going four-for-five with a triple, two homers and six RBIs, when Kylie Van De Loo was three-for-three with a double, a house run and 5 RBIs. Taylor Papendorf was three-for-five, when Karly Helf was two-for-three with an RBI.

Anna Borst had the hot bat for the Spartans, going three-for-four with a double, a triple and 5 RBIs. Olivia Borowitz was three-for-five with a double and 4 RBIs. Having two hits each and every for North had been Emma Niemczyk, Lauren Geer, Morgan Kolodzik and Dori Butzlaff.


Kimberly 163, Fond du Lac 170

At Higher Cliff, par 35

Kimberly: Aiden Cudney 39, Riley Schmidt 40, Opportunity Rill 41, Trey Vanevenhoven 43.

Fond du Lac: Will Mauthe 41, Carson Hull 41, Wyatt Pfeiffer 43, Blake Spies 45.

By Editor

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