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Fond du Lac six, Appleton West

FOND DU LAC – Susan Vokes pitched a no-hitter and broke the college record for strikeouts in a game with 18 in the Cardinals’ win more than the Terrors.

Vokes walked 3 batters.

Cassie Auchue had two hits for Fond du Lac. Autumn Freismuth drove in two runs and Vokes had a double.

Oshkosh North 9, Appleton North three

OSHKOSH – Kara Cummings struck out eight batters to pitch the Spartans to the victory more than the Lightning.

Sophia Housworth had 3 hits, like two doubles, for Oshkosh North. Ava Hanson, Olivia Borowitz and Morgan Kolodzik every had two hits.

The Spartans scored 3 runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to break a two-two tie. Housworth had a two-run double.

Lomira 14, Omro

LOMIRA – The Lions scored nine runs in the very first two innings in their win more than the Foxes.

Trista Gassner and Haleigh Caspary each had 3 hits for Lomira. Caspary had a double, drove in two runs and scored twice. Morgan Schroeder and Nora Buske each had two hits. One particular of Buske’s hits was a triple. Taylor Bloom drove in 4 runs and scored twice.

Caspary permitted just a single hit in the 5-inning game. She didn’t stroll any person and struck out 12.

Madi Brooks took the loss for Omro.

Green Bay Preble 13, Notre Dame

GREEN BAY – Katie Geydoshek struck out 12 in a 5-inning no-hitter to lead the Hornets to the win more than the Tritons.

Geydoshek also led the offense with 3 hits, like a house run, and had 3 RBIs.

McKenna Weider and Sam Foytik each had two hits, with Weider also driving in 3 runs. Bridgette Beau and Cara Schauer each had doubles for Green Bay Preble.

Manitowoc 11, Sheboygan North 1

SHEBOYGAN – Delaney Granger went two-for-four with a house run and three RBIs to lead the Ships to a six-inning win more than the Golden Raiders.

Kailee Ansorge had two hits, like a triple, for Manitowoc. Karenna Sorenson had two RBIs and Natalie Lehman also had two hits and two RBIs.

Sorenson pitched for Manitowoc and got the win, allowing four hits and striking out 11.

St. Mary Catholic 15, Sheboygan Lutheran four (Wednesday)

FOX CROSSING – The Zephyrs scored six runs in the bottom of the very first inning and completed with 13 hits in the 5-inning victory.

Chloe Vogel had two hits, like an inside-the-park house run, and also scored 3 runs and drove in two runs for SMC. Nevaeh Saringer added two hits, like a house run, and had 3 RBIs and 3 runs scored.

Adela Thiel was three-for-three, Adel Schneider had two hits with a double, and Rhiannon Reichenbacher drove in two runs.

Reichenbacher was the winning pitcher. She pitched 5 innings, permitted 5 hits and struck out nine.

Kara Thimming was three-for-three with a double and two RBIs, and Alex Stricker had two hits for Sheboygan Lutheran.


Bay Port 15, Sheboygan South 1

SUAMICO – Sawyer Larson hit a grand slam and Aiden Colombo picked up the win on the mound to lead the Pirates.

Colombo pitched 4 innings and permitted 4 hits.

Seymour 9, Kewaunee six

KEWAUNEE – The Thunder scored its runs on seven hits and six walks in the win more than the Storm.

Lucas Leisgang had two hits for Seymour. He and Ty Schaumburg each drove in two runs. Leisgang had a house run, whilst Schaumburg, Keaton Barth and Braden DeBruin every had doubles.

Owen Carlson drove in three runs and had a house run for Kewaunee. Cal Ihlenfeldt drove in two. Thomas Stangel had two hits for Kewaunee.

Schaumburg got the win for Seymour. Caleb Schaller took the loss for Kewaunee.

Laconia five, Lomira four

LOMIRA – Laconia held a two- lead going into the bottom of the fifth inning when Lomira scored 4 runs to jump out in front, led by Brady Mann’s two-RBI double and Josh Steger’s RBI triple.

Nonetheless, Laconia answered back in the prime of the sixth with 3 runs of its personal to retake the lead. Reed McCauley’s two-RBI double in the prime of the sixth gave the Spartans the lead for great.

Carter Farrell pitched 5 innings for Laconia, providing up 3 earned runs with 4 strikeouts. Ethan Pinno pitched the sixth and seventh innings and picked up the save for Laconia along with two strikeouts.

Lakeland Union five, Abbotsford/Colby two

ABBOTSFORD – Nate Ariola drove in two runs and Ashton Bremer scored twice to lead the Thunderbirds to the win more than the Eagles.

Blake Bargender had two hits for Abbotsford/Colby.

Will Fortier pitched 2⅔ innings of shutout relief to get the win for Lakeland. Payton Schreiber took the loss for Abbotsford/Colby.

NEW Lutheran 7, Goodman-Pembine two

GREEN BAY – The Blazers’ Sam Hillman scored two runs, and Branden Perez-Zavaleta had a double and drove in a run in the win more than Goodman-Pembine.

Griffin Steffel was the winning pitcher.

It was the very first game of the season for each teams.

Pittsville two, Rib Lake 1

PITTSVILLE – The Panthers scored a run in the ninth inning to defeat Rib Lake.

Dylan Luther had two hits for Pittsville, whilst Brad Neve and Easton Dammann drove in runs.

Evan Haley pitched the final 5 innings, allowing two hits and one stroll whilst striking out four to get the win.

Logan Zickert pitched the first four innings.


West De Pere 1, Green Bay Southwest

GREEN BAY – Marissa VanDeHei scored in the 37th minute off an help from Havanah Brockington in the Phantoms’ win more than the Trojans.

Bella Peters had a single save for West De Pere.

Gail Wery had nine saves for Green Bay Southwest.

Omro six, Wrightstown 1

WRIGHTSTOWN – The Foxes scored three ambitions in every half in the win more than the Tigers.

Livvie Sohn and Ava Stachura each had two ambitions for Omro. Holly Beck and Lindi Boeck had Omro’s other ambitions.

Kadie Hazel had one save in aim for Omro.

Plymouth four, Kettle Moraine Lutheran

JACKSON – The Panthers got two ambitions from Kalli Knowles and one every from Cady Ninnemann and Cora Nothem in the win more than Kettle Moraine Lutheran.

Addie Reimer had one save in aim for Plymouth.

Sheboygan Falls four, Manitowoc

MANITOWOC – The Falcons got ambitions from Angel Grady, Addison Schliewe, Andrea Hicks and Brynne Carroll in the win more than the Ships.

Riann Fitzpatrick had four saves in aim for Sheboygan Falls.

Oshkosh West 1, Notre Dame 1

GREEN BAY – The Wildcats and Tritons battled to a draw with Oshkosh West scoring in the very first half and Notre Dame in the second half.

Laney Wiebel scored for Oshkosh West with Brenna Gehri acquiring an help.

Hannah Wolf had seven saves for Oshkosh West.

Amherst/Iola-Scandinavia 1, Medford

AMHERST – The Falcons picked up their very first win of the season in their very first game of the season by defeating Medford.

Amherst/Iola-Scandinavia’s earlier games against Clintonville and Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian had been postponed.

Kiel three, Howards Grove

KIEL – Abby Moore had a aim and an help for the Raiders in the victory.

Lydia Vander Meer scored in the very first 5 minutes. Grace McDole created it two- with a aim off an help from Moore, then Moore closed out the scoring off an help from Aubrey Arnold.

Kyleigh Kroll got the shutout in aim and the defense was led by freshman Madyson Gutchow.


Marshfield Girls Indoor Relays


HJ: 1, Emma Ridgway MAR four-ten two (tie), Samantha Ridgway MAR, Gretchan Burger WE, Gracie Ridgway MAR, Ashley Bass WE and Ella Allar MAR-B four-eight. PV: 1, Madisen Wolff WE eight-six two, Casey Dasler MAR eight-six. LJ: 1, Ayana Bousum MAR 14-11 two, Kaylie Charron MAR-B 14-7.25. TJ: 1, Kaci Abney MAR 30-11.five two, Samantha Ridgway MAR 30-six.five. Shot: 1, Aubri Brown MAR 35-six two, Elexa Emmer MER 30-.five. 180 Shuttle Hurdle R: 1, D.C. Everest (Megan Zemke, Elaina Kamke, Madyson Postler) :29.41 two, Marshfield (Ava Baka, Lucy Luedtke, Jayden Sparks) :30.65. 640R: 1, D.C. Everest (Isabelle Jaipuri, Ana Simpson, Neah Zimmermann, Ellia Roble) 1:22.92 two, Marshfield (Alyssa Foemmel, Olivia Web page, Michaela Dick, Ellie Jensen) 1:23.32. 3420R: 1, D.C. Everest (Sara Mlodik, Elizabeth Harmon, Ella Budleski, Maria Selting) 11:01.87 two, Marshfield (Ava Raab, Taiya Lang, Natalie Scharenbroch, Carolina Sullenger) 11:38.17. 1,120 Sprint Medley: 1, D.C. Everest (Ana Simpson, Elaina Kamke, Isabella Kraege, Megan Zemke) two:48.50 two, Wausau East (Hailey Bass, Payden Wolff, Madisen Wolff, Ashley Bass) two:48.72. 440 Throwers R: 1, Marshfield (Navaya Ostrander, Sophie Schlei, Aubri Brown, Casey Dasler) 1:36.14 two, D.C. Everest (Emily Stumpner, Ava Whitmore, Tessa Dorski, Tristan Zoromski) 1:40.41. 1,280R: 1, Marshfield (Rylee Corteen, Ellie Jensen, Kaylie Charron, Ayana Bousum) three:13.31 two, Merrill (Avery Hoff, Mia Smith, Olivia Troyer, Brooklyn Kragenbrink) three:21.70. Distance Medley R: 1, Marshfield (Brooke Sternweis, Carolina Sullenger, Lily Truskowski, Natalie Scharenbroch) 12:22.52 two, Merrill (Gracie Vanvuren, Maria Malinowski, Bailee Sommer, Norah Schmidt) 12:34.18. 320R: 1, D.C. Everest (Isabelle Jaipuri, Elaina Kamke, Neah Zimmermann, Ellia Roble) :41.39 two, Marshfield (McKenzie Holm, Olivia Web page, Peyton Daul, Alyssa Foemmel) :41.89. 1,760R: 1, Wausau East (Ashley Bass, Hailey Bass, Avary Ramthun, Madisen Wolff) four:39.12 two, Marshfield (Calleigh Kanitz, Ella Allar, Raella Schueller, Ava Gardner) four:44.95. Shot quad: 1, Danielle Minsaas MAR 33-7 two, Allyson Siikarla WE 27-six. LJ quad: 1, Kaylee Lawrence NEI 15-three two, Danielle Minsaas MAR 15-1.five. 60 quad: 1, Madison Crossman MER :07.71 two, Danielle Minsaas MAR :07.84. 440 quad: 1, Madison Crossman MER 1:04.50 two, Danielle Minsaas MAR 1:08.85. Other quad: 1, Danielle Minsaas MAR 34- two, Madison Crossman MER 29-.

Wausau West Boys Indoor Invitational


three,200R: 1, Wausau East eight:29.18 two, Kewaunee eight:49.96. 55H: 1, Garett Gauger WW :08.ten two, Mason Meyer WE :08.39. 55: 1, Ray Reineck WW :06.87 two, Ali Davenport MI :06.88. 400: 1, Christopher Cullen KEW :57.80 two, Barron Waupoose MI :57.85. 1,600: 1, Ethan Onesti SHA four:56.11 two, Lucus Walker SB five:06.78. 640R: 1, Wausau West 1:15.23 two, Wausau East 1:16.18. 200H: 1, Brandon Reed SHA :29.06 two, Joe Jaroski WW :29.51. 800: 1, Ethan Onesti SHA two:14.89 two, Josh Neilitz WW two:16.71. 200: 1, Brian Ball MER :25.91 two, Alex Centeno WB :26.12. Sprint Medley R: 1, Wausau East two:24.44 two, Edgar two:27.39. three,200: 1, Zachary Haas SB 11:56.97 two, Elliott Hanson MER 12:44.57. 1,600R: 1, Kewaunee four:00.28 two, Wausau East four:00.66. HJ: 1, Gage Monpas WW six- two, Logan Mouw WE five-ten. PV: 1, Mitchell Swagel KEW 12- two, Jack Saari WW 11-six. TJ: 1, Carter Amerson WW 42-six.25 two, Maddix Mueller KEW 39-.five. Shot: 1, Caleb Tuley WW 44-1.75 two, DJ Echos KEW 43-9. LJ: 1, Brady Prihoda WE 18-7 two, Ayden Olson WE 18-four.

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