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Neenah 13, Catholic Memorial 3
Neenah 8, Franklin 5
FRANKLIN – The Rockets scored three runs in the first inning against Catholic Memorial and stormed their way to the win. Neenah added five runs in the third inning.
Gradin Taschner and Eli Schmidt had run-scoring doubles in the first inning, with Ethan Van Dyke, Evan Paque, Brady Corso, Taschner and Schmidt driving in runs in the third.
Cal Radies got the win for Neenah, allowing four hits and three runs over five innings. He struck out five.
Jack Welak took the loss for Catholic Memorial.
Against Franklin, Neenah rallied from a 3-1 deficit, scoring seven runs over the final four innings.
Taschner had two hits, including a double, scored twice and drove in two runs for Neenah. Schmidt also drove in two runs. Corso had two hits and scored two runs.
AJ Price pitched the final four innings in relief of starter Beckett Davidson to get the win, allowing two runs on two hits and four walks.
Freedom 3-2, Denmark 2-3
FREEDOM – The Irish and Vikings stayed tied atop the North Eastern Conference standings with the doubleheader split, with Freedom winning the first game 3-2 and Denmark taking the second game by the same score.
Both teams are 5-1 in the North Eastern Conference. Freedom is 6-1 overall while Denmark is 7-2 overall.
The win for Freedom in the opener snapped a 29-game conference winning streak for Denmark.
Carter Kriewaldt was steller on the mound for the Irish in the first game. He took a perfect game into the seventh inning after retiring the first 18 Vikings hitters. He lost the perfect game but finished the game allowing just one hit, one walk and striking out five.
Jacob Dittmer had the lone hit for Denmark, a double with two outs in the seventh.
Trenton Feucht was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI for the Irish.
In the second game, Lucas Miller pitched a complete-game three-hitter to lead the Vikings. Miller struck out five and walked two.
Jace Midbon was nearly as effective for Freedom. He took a perfect game into the fourth inning but Denmark’s Hayden Konkol, Jacob Dittmer and Izaac Dittmer strung together three consecutive hits to earn two runs. Midbon allowed five hits over five innings while striking out six.
Appleton North 7, Oshkosh North 4
APPLETON – The Lightning picked up its fifth win of the season with the victory over the Spartans.
Caden Popp pitched six innings and struck out eight for the win. Ben Isom earned the save.
Griffin Smith drove in two runs for Appleton North.
Notre Dame 10, Pulaski 0
GREEN BAY – Landen Lozier hit a grand slam during an eight-run fourth inning for the Tritons in a five-inning victory over the Red Raiders.
Cade Milton and Brady LaViolette each had two hits for Notre Dame. LaViolette and Caden Capomaccio each drove in two runs.
Donatello Badalamenti gave up three hits and struck out six for Notre Dame in pitching a complete game.
Stevens Point 8-0, Onalaska 3-2
STEVENS POINT – The Panthers split the doubleheader with Colby Hintz and Ty Rechner combining to allow just six hits and three runs in the first game for Stevens Point.
Noah Marschke went 3-for-3 for Stevens Point in the first game. Lucca Weinkauf had a double.
Ayden Larson took the loss for Onalaska.
Stevens Point had only four hits in getting shut out in the second game.
Marschke took the loss, giving up two runs on six hits and four walks in four innings.
Adam Skifton got the win for Onalaska.
Lourdes Academy 20-10, Cambria-Friesland 1-0
CAMBRIA – The Knights limited the Hilltoppers to two hits in the two games with Hunter Stelzer throwing a five-inning no-hitter in the first game for Lourdes Academy.
Stelzer walked five and struck out nine.
Eli Humiston had three hits, including two doubles and two RBI, for Lourdes in the first game with Stelzer and Adam Arnoldussen both getting two hits. Arnoldussen drove in three runs while Stelzer drove in two.
In the second game, Arnoldussen struck out nine over five innings while allowing two hits and four walks.
Stelzer had two hits for Lourdes, with Gavin Stelter also getting two hits.
Wrightstown 4-7, Oconto Falls 1-5
WRIGHTSTOWN – The Tigers scored two runs in the fourth and two in the sixth to defeat the Panthers in the first game of the doubleheader.
Trevor Vande Hey had a pair of hits, as did Logan Summers. Jack Hermann drove in two runs.
Hermann pitched a complete game to get the win for Wrightstown, allowing one run on seven hits and one walk while striking out nine.
Grant Bouche had two hits for Oconto Falls. Jake Sager took the loss on the mound.
In the second game, Wrightstown scored six runs in the fourth inning and held on for the win.
Quade Thompson had two hits and drove in three runs for Wrightstown, with Vande Hey also contributing two hits. Vande Hey, Jack Severson and Keegan Leick each had doubles.
Bouche had two hits for Oconto Falls.
Severson pitched the first five innings for Wrightstown to get the win. Thompson pitched the last two for the save.
Braden Vandermoss started and took the loss for Oconto Falls.
Chilton 6-6, Brillion 1-1
BRILLION – The Tigers swept the Lions by 6-1 scores in each game to improve their record to 5-0 overall.
Max Mueller pitched a one-hitter and Ryan Lisowe had three hits, including a two-run home run, in the first game. Mueller struck out eight and walked one.
Lisowe finished with three RBI, while Zac Halbach had two hits and an RBI.
Alex Breckheimer pitched a complete game, allowed four hits and struck out nine in the second game for Chilton.
Austin Grube had three hits for the Tigers.
Coleman 3, Gibraltar/Washington Island 0
FISH CREEK – The Cougars scored a run in the third inning and two in the seventh inning for the victory.
Logan Kurth pitched a complete game and allowed only two hits. He walked two and struck out 11.
Will Bieber had two hits, including a double, for Coleman. Noah Nosgovitz and Ray Lemieux drove in runs.
Lena 15, Elcho 2
LENA – Logan Shallow was 4-for-4 with two doubles and two triples, scored four runs and drove in four runs to power Lena.
Tyler Shallow added three hits and an RBI, while Lane Whiting and Logan Graef each had two hits and drove in three runs. Reed Hosking had two hits and two RBI.
Three pitchers for Lena combined to allow one hit and strike out nine batters.
Crivitz 12, Niagara 0
CRIVITZ – The Wolverines took a 4-0 lead in the second inning and never trailed in the win over the Badgers in five innings.
Kenny Andrekopoulos pitched five innings of no-hit ball. He allowed three walks and struck out eight.
Tegan Werner had two hits and drove in three runs for Crivitz. Dillan Gehm drove in two runs and Eli Gruszynski scored three times.
Sturgeon Bay 9, Oconto 5
STURGEON BAY – Danny Lodl and Curt Meyer both had two RBIs to lead the Clippers to the victory over the Blue Devils.
Chris Lodl added two singles for Sturgeon Bay.
Jace Johnson pitched the first four innings, while Bennett Johnson pitched the last three innings. Jace struck out three batters and Bennett struck out five.
Green Bay Preble 12-9, Green Bay Southwest 0-0
GREEN BAY – Brooke Hock pitched a one-hitter in the first game and Katie Geydoshek scattered five hits in the second game to pitch Preble to 12-0 and 9-0 wins in the doubleheader sweep.
Hock struck out nine batters, while Geydoshek had 16 strikeouts.
The Hornets had 15 hits in the first game. Hock had two hits and three RBI, and Madi Whitney hit a home run and had three RBI. Rylee Gowan, Ariene Kollman, Mel Siudzinski and Ashley Wolfe all had two hits apiece.
Preble recorded 14 hits in the second game, with Whitney leading the way with three hits. Sam Foytik, Wolfe, Siudzinski and Hock each contributed two hits.
West De Pere 29-17, Green Bay West/East 1-2
GREEN BAY – The Phantoms swept the doubleheader, winning 29-1 in three innings in the first game and 17-2 in four innings in the second game.
Nevaeh Wagendorf was 5-for-5 with four runs scored and five RBI in the first game. Ella Arendt had three hits and seven RBI, Morgan DeGroot had four hits and three RBI, and Morgan Hansel had three hits and six RBI. Wagendorf and Arendt hit home runs.
West De Pere tallied 28 runs and 25 hits in the second inning, both school records.
In the second game, Leah Kocken and Arendt each had three hits. Arendt drove in five runs, while Hansel had three RBI.
Maggie Lutz was 2-for-2 for Green Bay West/East and Haillie Gonion had a hit and an RBI.
Wisconsin Rapids 11-17, La Crosse Central 0-7
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Red Raiders swept the two games from the Riverhawks, getting 32 hits in the process.
Meghan Jochimsen had eight hits, including three doubles and a triple, scored seven runs and drove in six for Wisconsin Rapids in the twinbill. Hayley Wagner and Rhiannon Carroll had six and four hits, respectively. Wagner scored three runs and drove in four. Carroll had a double, two home runs, two runs scored and drove in five. Jazzlyn Redcloud had four hits, scored three runs and drove in three.
Carroll pitched five innings of four-hit ball in the first game to get the win. Carroll struck out five and walked one.
In the second game, Megan Clary pitched 5 2/3 innings to get the win.
D.C. Everest 2, Stevens Point 1
SCHOFIELD – The Evergreens improved to 2-1 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference with the win over the Panthers.
Stevens Point fell to 1-2.
Xavier 1, St. Mary Catholic 0
APPLETON – After nine scoreless innings, the Hawks picked up the win over the Zephyrs on a 10th-inning bunt.
Angela McGreevy led off Xavier’s 10th inning by reaching on an error. Grace VanDeKreeke sacrificed her to second. McGreevy then stole third and scored on a safety squeeze bunt by Ella Bauman.
Xavier had five hits in the game while St. Mary Catholic had two.
Bauman was 2-for-3 for Xavier. Chloe Vogel was 2-for-3 for St. Mary Catholic.
Addison Hervey pitched a complete game for Xavier, allowing two hits and one walk while striking out 11.
Nevaeh Saringer took the loss for SMC, allowing five hits and two walks while striking out nine.
Menasha 4-4, Shawano 3-0
MENASHA – Kelsi Mohr hit a sacrfice fly to score Carlie Morrow with the game-winning run for the Bluejays in the first game of the doubleheader against Shawano. Morrow had reached third on a triple.
Kylie Van De Loo allowed 10 hits, two walks and three runs while striking out three to get the win for Menasha.
Braylyn Babino took the loss for Shawano.
Abigail Bystol had two hits, including a triple. Liz Kary had two hits and drove in two runs, and Gabrielle Koenig also had two hits.
In the second game, Sam Shuey limited Shawano to two hits and four walks while striking out four to get the win for Menasha.
Karly Helf drove in a pair of runs for Menasha.
Bystol took the loss.
Auburndale 16, Spencer 3
SPENCER – The Eagles scored in every inning in a six-inning win over the Rockets.
Auburndale’s two big innings were the first, when it scored four runs, and the sixth, when it scored five runs.
Mya Krings had three hits, including two triples, scored two runs and drove in two. Erin Griesbach had two hits and scored three runs. Kimmie Lundgren had two hits and scored three runs. Auburndale’s Samantha Stanton had two hits, including a triple and three RBI while Josie Ertl also had three RBI.
Ashlyn Grimm pitched four innings in relief of starting pitcher Taylor Anderson and got the win.
Berklie Ireland took the loss for Spencer
Jaci Cook had two hits and Heavyn Kind had a triple and two RBI for Spencer.
Columbus 3-8, North Fond du Lac 1-2
COLUMBUS – Natalie Miller took a no-hitter into the sixth inning of the first game for the Orioles but the Cardinals got a run-scoring double and a run-scoring triple to pick up the win.
In the second game, Columbus pounded out 10 hits en route to the win.
Lucy Hughes took the loss for North Fond du Lac in the second game.
Crivitz 11, Goodman-Pembine 0
CRIVITZ – The Wolverines broke open the game against the Patriots with a seven-run second inning en route to the victory.
Nilea Guns had three hits, including a double, scored twice and drove in three runs for Crivitz. Lexi Franzmeier had two hits, Raegan Nelsen drove in two runs and Megan Pusick had two hits.
Pusick shut out Goodman-Pembine on six hits and one walk. She struck out four.
Rebekah Strietzel took the loss.
New Holstein 8, Roncalli 3
MANITOWOC – Jenna Karls pitched a complete game, allowing three runs on six hits and striking out seven to lead the Huskies past the Jets.
Alyssa Woelfel had three hits for New Holstein, which had 10 hits in the game.
Roncalli was led by Jenna Wall, who was 3-for-3.
Freedom 11-15, Little Chute 0-3
LITTLE CHUTE – The Irish swept the doubleheader, winning 11-0 in the first game and 15-3 in the second game.
Naleyah Bork pitched a one-hitter in the first game and struck out 10. Kailey Stordeur pitched the second game for Freedom and gave up four hits, three runs and struck out seven.
Lauren Scheibe and Liz Wesoloski each had two hits and two RBI in the first game. Annabel Bartoszek had two hits and one RBI.
Scheibe had three hits and two RBI in the second game. Rylie Murphy had two hits and three RBI, Sadie Jarmolowicz had three hits and an RBI, and Wesoloski drove in two runs. Kierstin Kriewaldt added two hits and Bartoszek had two RBI.
Sheboygan South 2, Luxemburg-Casco 0
SHEBOYGAN – Paola Gonzalez and Alayna Lloyd scored goals to lead the Redwings to the win over the Spartans.
Gonzalez and Lilian Luginbill had assists for Sheboygan South.
Tabi Lemens made 22 saves in goal for Luxemburg-Casco.
Assumption 11, Aquinas 2
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Royals took a 5-1 lead in the first half and cruised to the win over the Ramblers.
Assumption (7-0-0) got four goals from Kendall Duellman, three from Sarah Shaw, two from Addi Vollert and two from Clara Kubis.
Vollert also had two assists, while Kayla Kerkman and Duellman each had one assist.
Nova Dickinson and Finley Harkness scored for Aquinas.
Morgan Reichl had four saves for Assumption, which outshot Aquinas 49-7.
Marissa Capelli had 13 saves for Aquinas.
TRACK AND FIELD
Little Chute Gary Reybrock Invitational
FREEDOM 178.5, KAUKAUNA 138, LITTLE CHUTE 100, FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN 81, CAMPBELLSPORT 55, PORT WASHINGTON 42, SHEBOYGAN NORTH 36, NEW LONDON 25, RANDOLPH/CAMBRIA-FRIELDSN 21, SOUTHERN DOOR 16, OSHKOSH NORTH 6.5, WAUPACA 1
3,200R: 1, Little Chute 10:14.94; 2, Kaukauna 10:16.32; 3, Freedom 10:23.76. 100H: 1, Sophia Wunderlich FVL :17.29; 2, Lydia Toshner CAM :17.31; 3, Maya Van Schyndel LC :18.62. 100: 1, Grace Hambel FR :13.15; 2, Savannah Duckett R/CF :13.49; 3, Emma Sippel KAU :13.51. 1,600: 1, Claire Helmila FR 5:21.10; 2, Jessica Wilson LC 5:27.30; 3, Ella Pahl LC 5:40.00. 800R: 1, Freedom 1:51.25; 2, Kaukuana 1:54.64; 3, Little Chute 1:56.12. 400: 1, Grace Hambel FR :59.99; 2, Santana Ryan CAM 1:00.78; 3, Ani Tollerud FVL 1:04.90. 400R: 1, Fox Valley Lutheran :52.38; 2, Little Chute :52.75; 3, Freedom :53.19. 300H: 1, Ava Hammen KAU :51.24; 2, Lydia Merrick FR :51.43; 3, Lydia Toshner CAM :52.01. 800: 1, Gwen Hinz FR 2:24.12; 2, Jessica Wilson LC 2:31.30; 3, Sami Miller LC 2:38.26. 200: 1, Grace Hambel FR :26.44; 2, Santana Ryan CAM :26.71; 3, Savannah Duckett R/CF :28.06. 3,200: 1, Victoria Garces SN 11:30.60; 2, Claire Helmila FR 11:44.86; 3, Sydney Fauske KAU 11:51.10. 1,600R: 1, Freedom 4:14.77; 2, Little Chute 4:25.46; 3, Fox Valley Lutheran 4:26.36. HJ: 1, Olivia VanZeeland KAU 5-6; 2, Taylor Tetzlaff KAU 4-10; 3, Reese Brooks KAU 4-10. PV: 1, Lauren Jochman FR 9-0; 2, Lucy Sadler FR 8-0; 3, Hattie Herrmann SN 8-0. LJ: 1, Eve Van De Hey KAU 16-7.5; 2, Chloee Urban FR 16-5.5; 3, Alexa Gordee FVL 16-1. TJ: 1, Sydney Bartels FR 32-5.5; 2, Chloee Urban FR 32-3; 3, Jennacy Wille PW 31-8.5. D: 1, Megan Alexander FR 123-0; 2, Katherine Jenson KAU 113-1; 3, Aubree Koenings CAM 109-0. Shot: 1, Aubree Koenings CAM 34-11.25; 2, Elise Nolte FVL 34-0.5; 3, Ava Lentz PW 33-10.5.
FREEDOM 133, KAUKAUNA 120, FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN 115.5, LITTLE CHUTE 89, OSHKOSH NORTH 80, PORT WASHINGTON 44, CAMPBELLSPORT 37.5, SHEBOYGAN NORTH 29, NEW LONDON 21, RANDOLPH/CAMBRIA-FRIESLAND 15, WAUPACA 11, SOUTHERN DOOR 7
3,200R: 1, Freedom 8:32.79; 2, Port Washington 8:42.31; 3, Campbellsport 8:43.18. 110H: 1, Cavan Dobberstein FVL :15.98; 2, Zach Johnson FVL :17.36; 3, Pahlavan Senam ON :17.61. 100: 1, Devin Williams ON :11.29; 2, Carson Sippel KAU :11.60; 3, Jacob VanZeeland KAU :11.66. 1,600: 1, Riley Huss LC 4:30.30; 2, Aaron Schimke KAU 4:31.27; 3, Gabe Pasten PW 4:45.93. 800R: 1, Fox Valley Lutheran 1:34.90; 2, Freedom 1:35.10; 3, Oshkosh North 1:35.99. 400: 1, Devin Williams ON :50.08; 2, Gavin Greiner FR :52.02; 3, Ryan Lang SN :52.33. 400R: 1, Freedom :44.87; 2, Oshkosh North :45.80; 3, Kaukauna :45.85. 300H: 1, Pahlavan Senam ON :43.77; 2, Ian Oberstadt NL :43.86; 3, Tayten Obermueller FR :44.79. 800: 1, Evan Popp FR 2:08.43; 2, Andrew Milhans KAU 2:08.85; 3, Aaron Schimke KAU 2:10.46. 200: 1, Cody Groth FVL :23.92; 2, Carson Sippel KAU :24.00; 3, Jacob VanZeeland KAU :24.19. 3,200: 1, Mason Raasch PW 10:21.26; 2, Riley Huss LC 10:32.37; 3, Nate Meeks PW 10:34.18. 1,600R: 1, Freedom 3:33.10; 2, Sheboygan North 3:43.55; 3, Kaukauna 3:44.81. HJ: 1, Mason Voight KAU 6-2; 2, Cole Spanbauer ON 6-0; 3, Ryan O’Donnell R/CF 5-8. PV: 1, Michael Rambo LC 12-9; 2, Cole Jochman FR 12-0; 3 (tie) Josh Dontchenko CAM and Zach Johnson FVL 11-0. LJ: 1, Cavan Dobberstein FVL 21-11.5; 2, Joseph Gardner CAM 19-8.25; 3, Cole Spanbauer ON 19-6.75. TJ: 1, Cody Groth FVL 42-0; 2, Noah Heinke FR 41-10.25; 3, Andrew Sowinski FR 40-11.75. D: 1, Will Campbell KAU 165-6; 2, Gavin Fritsch LC 158-2; 3, Owen Schlueter NL 140-9. Shot: 1, Gavin Fritsch LC 52-1.75; 2, Will Campbell KAU 49-5.25; 3, John Klinger ON 48-9.
De Pere 6, Appleton North 1
Brett Daniels DP def. Mihir Uberoi 7-5, 6-2; Stefen Graf DP def. Joseph Chau 6-3, 7-5; Martin Blaha DP def. Kris Lee 7-6 (5), 6-2; Brant LaTour DP def. Tyler Salm 6-2, 3-6, 10-4.
Jackson Harpt/Owen McDonough DP def. Kurt Mihm/Caleb Sippel 6-2, 6-2; Pavan Reddy/Dhruv Vir AN def. Nicholas Shere/Kegan McDonough 7-5, 1-6, 10-3; Bennett Hogeland/Sam Cumicek DP def. Ryan Graf/Neil Graf 6-1, 6-0.
De Pere 7, Rhinelander 0
Brett Daniels def. Luke Ring 6-0, 6-0; Jackson Harpt def. Joseph Belanger 6-1, 6-0; Stefen Graf def. John Currie 6-1, 6-0; Martin Blaha def. Dalton Fritz 6-0, 6-1.
Owen McDonough/Kegan McDonough def. Elijah Evers/Layne Roeser 6-4, 6-3; Nicholas Shere/Bennett Hogeland def. Leo Losch/Charlie Heck 6-2, 6-3; Sam Cumicek/Joseph Schneider def. Eli Lundt/Dawson Pontell 6-2, 6-1.
The Prairie School 4, Kohler 3
Nolan Villwock K def Taej Desai 5-7, 6-4, 11-9; Mauricio Garduno TPS def. Paul Ritter 3-6, 6-4, 10-7; Carson Emery TPS def. David Unger 7-5, 6-4; Ryan Matthew TPS def. Arya Patel 6-3, 6-1.
Calvin Sharpe/Jonathan Orth TPS def. Grant Unger/Rahil Patel 7-5, 7-5; Brady Ryan/Chaz Hoell K def. Devin Stoltenberg/Parker Kohl 6-3, 6-3; George Barrock/Max Reinthaler K def. Benjamin Menzhuber/Musa Rahman 3-6, 6-1, 10-6.
Kaukauna 4, Green Bay Preble 3
Henry Wolfe K def. Isaac Fagre 6-1, 6-3; Ian Hoppe GBP def. Vincent Terry 7-5, 7-6 (4); Hayden Kihl K def. Vikram Khot 4-6, 6-4, 13-11; Bentley Soukhaphaly GBP def. Jack VanEpern 6-4, 6-0.
Jack Gannon/Chou Vang GBP def. Keaton Gaffney/William Velicer 6-2, 6-1; Braden Baumgart/Kalon Dvorak K def. Arturo Solis Gonzalez/Caleb Umentum 6-2, 6-1; Kaukauna won by default.
Green Bay Preble 4, Shawano 3
Leo Liu S def. Isaac Fagre 6-3, 3-6, 11-9; Ian Hoppe GBP def. Josh Bergmann 7-5, 7-6, 12-10; Vikram Khot GBP def. Benjamin Langlois 6-3, 6-2; Bentley Soukhaphaly GBP def. Scott Baller 6-0, 6-1.
George Buerman/Tristan Sheldon S def. Jack Gannon/Chou Vang 6-3, 6-1; Tristan Tetting/Isaac Welander S def. Arturo Solis Gonzalez/Caleb Umentum 6-2, 3-6, 12-10; Green Bay Preble won by default.
Neenah 6, Eau Claire Memorial 1
Solomon Dunsirn N def. Bennett Kohlhepp 6-0, 6-0; Evan Birkholz ECM def. Carl Hein 6-1, 6-7 (5), 11-9; Ben Kotchen N def. Seth Roosevelt 6-4, 6-3; Tristin Yun N def. Andrew Fesenmaier 6-4, 6-0.
Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh N def. Gavin Sorensen/Jackson Sailing 6-0, 6-1; Henry Werner/Satchel Moss N def. Grant Johnson/Jack Willem 6-1, 6-1; Leyton Daharsh/Jaxon King N def. Ben Roberts/Brandon Wiley 6-0. 6-3.
Neenah 5, Arrowhead 2
Solomon Dunsirn N def. Shayne Reinders 6-0 , 6-0; Tyler Reinders A def. Carl Hein 6-3, 6-1; Ben Kotchen N def. Noah Long 6-4, 6-0; Alex Raab A def. Brady Hildreth 6-1, 6-2.
Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh N def. Alex Deubel/Ben Brandel 6-3, 6-2; Henry Werner/Satchel Moss N def. Colin Bailey/Emmett Jones 1-6, 6-2, 12-10; Leyton Daharsh/Jaxon King N def. Christian Carter/Jackson Brunner 6-3, 6-2.
Neenah 6, Whitefish Bay 1
Solomon Dunsirn N def. Tyler Schneider 6-1, 6-0; Jeff Zhao WB def. Carl Hein 6-4, 7-5; Ben Kotchen N def. Matthew Noack 6-3, 3-6, 11-9; Tristin Yun N def. Luke Paulson 7-5, 7-5.
Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh N def. Ben Schneider/Kevin Ji 6-1, 6-1; Henry Werner/Satchel Moss N def. Matthew Abelt/Hayes Drane 6-1, 6-0; Jaxon King/Leyton Daharsh N def. Jake Hanson/Burke Brown 6-1, 6-1.
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This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Saturday’s high school sports results