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West De Pere 14, Seymour 1
DE PERE – The Phantoms used two big innings to pull away from the Thunder.
Ethan Susa smashed a grand slam and West De Pere used a seven-run fourth and six-run sixth to put an early end to the game due to the 10-run rule.
Ethan Neuens had the hot bat for the Phantoms, going 4-for-4 with three runs scored.
Menasha 10, Green Bay East/West 0
APPLETON – Ian Dohms pitched a five-inning no-hitter to lead the Bluejays past Green Bay East/West.
Dohms walked one batter and struck out nine.
Ryan Johnson had two hits, including a double, and an RBI. Dohms had two hits, including a double, and two RBI.
Bryce Duszak was 2-for-3 with a double. Quinn Ludvigsen had two hits, as did AJ Korth. Bo Carlson added a double for Menasha.
Caleb Baxter-Jones took the loss for Green Bay East/West, giving up 10 runs on 14 hits.
Little Chute 2, De Pere 1
LITTLE CHUTE – Ethan Melendrez pitched a complete game for the Mustangs in their win over the Redbirds.
Melendrez walked two, allowed four hits and struck out eight.
De Pere took a 1-0 lead in the first when Bryson Webb scored on a throwing error.
Little Chute got its two runs in the first on Jacob Weigman’s single, a fielder’s choice and singles by Trevor DeBruin and Drew Joten.
Patrick Rotherham took the loss for De Pere. He gave up two runs, walking four and striking out three.
Wrightstown 15, Brillion 5
WRIGHTSTOWN – The Tigers scored in every inning in the five-inning win over the Lions.
Preston Winkler had four hits and three RBI for Wrightstown while Nathan Hansen had two hits, including a double, and four RBI. Ryan Schmidt had two RBI while Andrew Podgorski had two hits. Jack Severson added two triples.
Spencer Gilbertson had three hits for Brillion. Sam Galoff had two hits and Jaden Bastian had a triple.
Isaac Rodgers got the win for Wrightstown.
Mason Behnke took the loss for Brillion.
Kewaunee 12, Gibraltar/Washington Island 2
KEWAUNEE – Thomas Stangel was 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBI, Cal Ihlenfeldt doubled and drove in three runs and Caleb Schaller homered and drove in three as the Storm cruised past the Vikings in Packerland Conference action.
Ihlenfeldt picked up the win on the mound, pitching all five innings, allowing just one earned run on six hits with six strikeouts.
Brady Kita had two hits for Gibraltar/Washington Island.
Amherst 10, Menominee Indian 0
AMHERST – The Falcons earned a share of the Central Wisconsin Conference-East title by blanking the Eagles.
Landon Moe pitched five innings to pick up the win as Amherst moved to 11-0 in the league and 17-0 overall.
Menominee Indian is 0-9 in the CWC and 0-12 overall.
Notre Dame 7, Luxemburg-Casco 6
LUXEMBURG – Ryan Routhieaux and Peyton Mrotek each had two hits and Owen Deprez drove in three runs for the Spartans in the loss.
West De Pere 12, Seymour 4
DE PERE – The Phantoms broke open the game with a six-run sixth inning in the win over the Thunder.
Morgan Hansel drove in three runs and had a home run while Megan Burns had a double and drove in three runs for West De Pere. Morgan DeGroot and Nevaeh Wagendorf both drove in two runs. Josie Fredrickson had two hits.
Addy Wery and Sam Nieland had two hits for Seymour while Andi Volz had a home run and drove in two runs.
Wagendorf pitched the first five innings for West De Pere and got the win.
Gillian Herrala took the loss for Seymour.
Menasha 18, Green Bay East/West 0
GREEN BAY – The Bluejays scored 13 runs in the second inning in the three-inning win over Green Bay East/West.
Kelsie Mohr had three hits and drove in six runs for Menasha. Maddie Zaves drove in three runs, Kylie Van De Loo had two hits and two RBI, and Taylor Papendorf and Karly Helf each drove in two runs.
Helf, Alayna Gunderson, Eve Rousche and Carlie Morrow each scored three runs.
Gabrielle Farr pitched three innings of one-hit ball to get the win. She walked two and struck out six.
Jasmin Campbell took the loss for Green Bay East/West.
Southern Door 13-10, NEW Lutheran 3-0
BRUSSELS – The Eagles’ Ashlyn Delfosse had three hits, including a home run, and five RBI to lead Southern Door to the win over the Blazers in the first game of the doubleheader.
Greta Gutschow added two hits, including a home run, and two RBI for Southern Door. Bella Price and Chloe Lustila both had two hits with a triple.
Delfosse was the winning pitcher for Southern Door.
Lexie Meerstein took the loss for NEW Lutheran.
In the second game, Southern Door won in five innings with Chloe Lustila striking out four.
Delfosse, Payton Gilbertson and Sophia Counard each had two hits.
Lehana Davis took the loss for NEW Lutheran.
Bonduel 1, Shiocton 0
SHIOCTON – The Bears scored a run in the first inning and made it stand up in the win over the Chiefs.
Bonduel’s Nakiyah Henning drove in Tatum Sporisky with a sacrifice fly in the first inning.
Claire Gehm allowed just four hits and struck out two to get the win for Bonduel.
Halie Poppy allowed one run on four hits and four walks while striking out two and took the loss for Shiocton.
Manitowoc 17, Notre Dame 0
MANITOWOC – Lizzy Stuebs and Jordan Reilly both drove in four runs to lead the Ships past the Tritons.
Karenna Sorenson, Maria Kraynek, Delaney Granger, Stuebs, Reilly, KT Moore and Tina Knox each had two hits for Manitowoc.
Stuebs pitched four innings and struck out eight to get the win.
Jaqueline Zacharias took the loss for Notre Dame.
Kewaunee 6, Sturgeon Bay 0
KEWAUNEE – The Storm took a 2-0 lead in the second inning and never trailed in the win over the Clippers.
Kewaunee’s Jenna Rohr limited Sturgeon Bay to three hits while striking out 14.
Peshtigo 5, St. Mary Catholic 2
FOX CROSSING – Peshtigo scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to go ahead 5-0 and held on for the win.
Bethany Ahrens had two hits, including an inside-the-park home run, and drove in two runs for Peshtigo. Allison Peters also had two hits.
Ahrens was the winning pitcher. In a complete game, she allowed three hits and struck out 11.
Rhiannon Reichenbacher hit a two-run double in the seventh for SMC.
Nevaeh Saringer took the loss. She pitched seven innings, gave up six hits, three earned runs and struck out seven.
Green Bay Southwest 1, Sheboygan South 1
GREEN BAY – The Redwings took the lead in the first half on a goal by Alayna Lloyd before Maddie Marchant evened things up in the second half for the Trojans.
Adycen Engels assisted on the Green Bay Southwest goal.
Mallory Kerhin had six saves for Green Bay Southwest. Lily Wamser had six saves for Sheboygan South.
Sturgeon Bay 1, Sevastopol/Gibraltar 0
BAILEYS HARBOR – Emma Reichel scored an unassisted goal in the second half and Drew Starr got the shutout in goal for the Clippers.
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