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Hortonville 4, Appleton North 2
HORTONVILLE – The Polar Bears overcame a 2-1 deficit with three runs within the sixth inning to defeat the Lightning.
Hortonville improved to 8-2 general and 5-0 within the Fox Valley Affiliation.
Turner Kuhnke had a house run and drove in two runs for Hortonville. Camden Kuhnke had a double whereas Joe Fischer scored twice.
Thomas Burns pitched the primary six innings, permitting 4 hits, two runs and one stroll whereas placing out seven for Hortonville to get the win. Camden Kuhnke pitched the seventh inning, placing out two.
Matthew Hietpas took the loss for Appleton North.
For Appleton North, it was their first convention loss, slipping to 4-1 within the FVA and 5-2 general.
Shawano 8, Seymour 6
SEYMOUR – Ashton Henning led the Hawks with a 3-for-5 day, hitting a double and a grand slam whereas gathering 5 RBIs within the win over the Thunder.
Brady Hannes went 3-for-4 and Jacob Landon, Carson Herm and Jersey Brocker every added 2-for-4 efforts on the plate, with Herm knocking in a run.
Lucas Leisgang went 2-for-4 for Seymour with a double and two RBIs. Colten Nieland added a 2-for-3 line for the Thunder.
Michael Metcalf earned the win for Shawano whereas Brandon Bates took the loss for Seymour.
Shiocton 8, Iola-Scandinavia 2
IOLA – Dawson Schmidt had three hits and drove in 4 runs, and Logan Ebben hit a two-run residence run to steer Shiocton to the win over the Thunderbirds.
Bennett Schmidt and Sawyer Younger each had two hits.
Younger was the successful pitcher for Shiocton, which had 13 hits.
Iola-Scandinavia had simply 4 hits.
Appleton West 7, Appleton East 3
APPLETON – The Terrors picked up their first victory of the season on the street in opposition to their crosstown rivals, led by Sarah Hammerton who went 2-for-3 with a double, a stroll and two runs scored.
Lily Hurley, Eleanor Verrier and Jenna Wautlet every recorded the opposite three hits for West, with all coming round to attain and Verrier and Wautlet each driving in a run.
Hurley pitched all seven innings to earn the win, giving up simply 5 hits and three runs (one earned) with three strikeouts.
Shiocton 8, St. Mary Catholic 5
FOX CROSSING – The Chiefs outlasted the Zephyrs in eight innings in nonconference motion.
Shiocton had jumped out to a 5-0 lead, solely to see St. Mary Catholic rating 4 occasions within the fifth.
Chloe Vogel hit a sacrifice fly to tie the sport at 5-5 within the backside of the seventh.
The Chiefs answered within the eighth. With two out, Eve Shock punched an RBI single. Sydney Ritchie adopted with a two-run double.
Shock led Shiocton by going 2-for-5 with two RBIs, whereas Ritchie was 2-for-5 with three RBIs, Abi Daniels 2-for-4 with a double and Josie Erickson 2-for-4 with two runs scored.
Hailie Poppy acquired the win, pitching all eight innings, permitting 5 runs – 4 earned – on seven hits and two walks with one strikeout.
Allie Strande was 2-for-4 with a double and Nevaeh Saringer added a double for St. Mary Catholic.
Denmark 9-7, Wrightstown 2-4
WRIGHTSTOWN – The Vikings pounded out 24 hits to earn the doubleheader sweep.
Within the opener, Ashlyn Schultz opened the scoring, hitting a two-run homer on a 3-2 pitch within the first inning. Maggie Frank additionally homered within the body. Denmark added 4 runs within the fourth to all however seal the win.
Olivia Ullman and Schultz had three hits to steer the Vikings.
Within the nightcap, Denmark overcame an early three-run deficit. Emma Olsen, Audrey Baugnet and Ullman all had two hits to steer the Vikings.
Brillion 4, Two Rivers 3
BRILLION – The Lions rallied from a 3-1 with three runs of their half of the seventh inning within the win over the Purple Raiders.
Brillion improved to 4-3 with the win and 2-2 within the Jap Wisconsin Convention.
Two Rivers is now 1-3.
Kimberly 2, Union Grove 1
KIMBERLY – Senah Hanes scored off an help from Emily McCarthy and McCarthy scored on a penalty kick for the Papermakers, who led 2-0 at halftime.
Kimberly stays unbeaten with an 8-0 document.
TRACK AND FIELD
Watertown Out of doors Invitational
NEENAH 177, JANESVILLE CRAIG 124, WAUNAKEE 111, WATERTOWN 103, BARABOO 70, SUN PRAIRIE WEST 66, RANDOLPH/CAMBRIA-FRIESLAND 40, BROWN DEER 1
Neenah handily received the meet with 4 particular person first-place finishes and one first place within the relays.
Grant Dean received the lengthy soar (20-6.75) for Neenah. Blake Dietzen received the shot put (50-2). The 800-meter relay staff of Jack Zemlock, Ethan Snider, Dean and Jase Jenkins took first with a time of 1:32.00. Jack Dorner received the three,200-meter run with a time of 10:31.24, a faculty document. Snider took first within the 200 meters (:23.47).
De Pere Invitational
BAY PORT 138.5, WEST DE PERE 114.5, DE PERE 107, HORTONVILLE 79.5, PULASKI 78, NOTRE DAME 68.5, ASHWAUBENON 62, WRIGHTSTOWN 34, MARINETTE 7, DENMARK 3
DE PERE 147, WEST DE PERE 132, BAY PORT 111.5, HORTONVILLE 70, NOTRE DAME 59, ASHWAUBENON 48.5, DENMARK 45, PULASKI 37, MARINETTE 29. WRIGHTSTOWN 20
Within the women meet, Bay Port received the 400- and 800-meter relays whereas Jillian Anderson received the 100-meter hurdles (:15.31) and lengthy soar (17-3) to energy the Pirates to the meet title.
West De Pere’s Eliza Aitken received the 200-meter sprint (:25.89) and the pole vault (12-6). Aitken set a faculty document within the 200.
De Pere received the boys meet with 4 particular person first-place finishes and a first-place end within the 400-meter relay.
De Pere’s Grady Lenn was a double-winner, taking first within the 1,600-meter run (4:27.93) and the three,200-meter run (9:45.08). Lenn set private information in each occasions.
Denmark’s Simon Alexander received the 100-meter sprint (:10.95), the 200-meter sprint (:22.54) and the 400-meter sprint (:49.70).
West De Pere received the 800- and 1,600-meter relays.
Hortonville’s Ben Smith received the shot put (61-4.25) and the discus (187-6).
Rosholt Again the Monitor Invitational
LOYAL 123.5, SURING 104, ST. MARY CATHOLIC 82, BONDUEL 79.5, WITTENBERG-BIRNAMWOOD 76, ROSHOLT 76, WAUTOMA 56.5, PACELLI 49, LENA/ST THOMAS AQUINAS ACADEMY 27.5, WILD ROSE 16
PACELLI 99, WILD ROSE 87, ST. MARY CATHOLIC 82, BONDUEL 81, LENA/ST. THOMAS AQUINAS ACADEMY 77, LOYAL 73, ROSHOLT 72, WAUTOMA 68.5, SURING 23.5, WITTENBERG-BIRNAMWOOD 13
Within the women meet, Loyal received the title with first-place finishes from Sheila Tellock within the pole vault (8-9) and the 400-meter relay staff (:52.56).
Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Reese Rogowski received the lengthy soar (17-1), the 100-meter sprint (:12.49) and the 400-meter sprint (:59.63) whereas Allison Linke received the 100-meter hurdles (:17.49) and the 300-meter hurdles (:50.77).
Rosholt’s Payton Skortz received the shot put (35-0.75). Rosholt’s 1,600-meter relay staff took first.
Pacelli received the 800-meter relay and likewise acquired a first-place end from Sophie Bablitch within the 3,200-meter run (10:54.89). Reagan Abel received the 200-meter sprint (:27.22)
St. Mary Catholic acquired a first-place end from Nolie Anderson within the discus (120-8) and Lauren Ripley within the 1,600-meter run (5:50.70). The Zephyrs additionally acquired a first-place end from their 3.200-meter relay staff.
Bonduel’s Ashley Kurey received the triple soar (31-1.25).
Suring’s Christian Sleeter received the excessive soar (5-0).
Within the boys meet, Pacelli’s Adam Eiden received the 800-meter run (2:04.61) and the 1,600-meter run (4:35.09).
Rosholt’s Alex Wierzba received the 400-meter sprint (:52.90). Teammate Jacob Ross took first within the 3,200-meter run (10:29.81). Charlie Lorbecki received the shot put (44-9.5) and the discus (141-11.5).
St. Mary Catholic received the 400- and three,200-meter relays. Charlie Nackers received the excessive soar (5-6).
Dylan Comins of Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy received the pole vault (9-6). His teammate Sidney Sylvester received the triple soar (38-0).
Omro Below the Lights Invitational
WINNECONNE 181.75, SHEBOYGAN FALLS 136, SHIOCTON 95, BRILLION 94.75, VALDERS 71.5, OMRO 61, SEYMOUR 40
SHEBOYGAN FALLS 166, WINNECONNE 166, OMRO 109, BRILLION 75, SHIOCTON 66, SEYMOUR 53, VALDERS 48
Within the women meet, Winneconne received the meet with eight particular person first-place finishes and two first-place finishes with its relay groups.
Joey Perry led Winneconne with three first-place finishes together with the excessive soar (5-2), the 200-meter sprint (:26.09) and the 400-meter sprint (:58.42). Sophie Yetter received each the 1,600-meter run (5:22.09) and the three,200-meter run (11:34.31). Emily Schell received the shot put (34-11). Carly Zemke received the pole vault (9-6).
Winneconne received the 400-meter relay (:53.62) and the 1,600-meter relay (4:23.09).
Brillion’s Megan Schuman received the triple soar (33-10.5). Brillion’s 800-meter relay staff of Sophia Galoff, Olivia Schuh, Schuman and Addie Wenzel took first with a time of 1:52.82.
Shiocton’s Karissa Birch received the 100-meter sprint (:12.96). Kendal Stingle received the 100-meter hurdles (:16.11).
Olivia Hartlep took first for Sheboygan Falls within the discus (110-4). Rachel Halverson added a primary within the lengthy soar (16-.5).
Valders’ Avery Kauth received the 300-meter hurdles (:51.26).
Omro’s 3,200-meter relay staff of Allison Schoenike, Josie Wrage, Felicity Richmond and Julia Koch took first with a time of 11:29.49.
Within the boys meet, Winneconne and Sheboygan Falls shared first place.
Sheboygan Falls’ first-place finishes got here from Emmitt Krauter within the 100 meters (:10.84) and the 200 meters (:22.23), Conner Murphy within the 1,600-meter run (4:29.34), Logan Murphy within the 3,200-meter run (9:43.31) and Carter Korff within the lengthy soar (19-1).
Winneconne acquired first-place finishes from Sam Waech within the 400-meter sprint (:51.50), the 400-meter relay (:46.08) with Ryan Curran, Brody Schaffer, Ethan Mathe and Vincent Duncan; the 800-meter relay (1:34.59) with Curran, Duncan. Mathe and Jack Quigley; the 1,600-meter relay (3:32.84) with Ben Harmon, Duncan, Waech and Ayden Hart; and the three,200-meter relay (8:44.17) with Beau Gilbert, Sam Sarbo, Reid Cross and Waech. Brady Immel received the discus (160-7).
Cade Stingle received each the 110-meter hurdles (:15.00) and the 300-meter hurdles (:40.05) for Shiocton.
Omro’s Brady Hager received the 800-meter run (2:04.07) and excessive soar (5-10) whereas Jack Wellhoefer received the shot put (48-7) and Bryce Crowley received the pole vault (13-1).
Brillion’s Lucas Mathes received the triple soar (39-6.25).
Valders Par 3 Invite
SHEBOYGAN FALLS 262, MANITOWOC RONCALLI 283, DE PERE 290, BRILLION 298, KIEL 299, VALDERS 309, LUXEMBURG-CASCO 315, MISHICOT 327, NEW HOLSTEIN 344, DENMARK 409, MANITOWOC JV 422
At Seven Lakes Golf Membership
High people: Braeden Ziegelbauer SF 61, Jack Guentner SF 63, Evan Hoffmann DP 65, John Oberbroeckling RON 65, Andrew Kettle SF 67, J.D. Glampe L-C 69, Karson Kowalski MIS 69, Parker Braun BRI 70, Owen Simply RON 70, Josh Parins L-C 70, Nolan Van Miller DP 70.
Stevens Level 7, Appleton North 0
Matt Davis def. Tyler Salm 6-1, 6-1; Marek Woytasik def. Cam Hoffmann 7-6 (5), 6-2; Mason DeBot def. Dhruv Vir 6-1, 6-0; Carson Slowinski def. 6-4, 6-1.
Winston Hill/Adam Rust def. Nevan Glenn/Christopher Goymeric 5-7, 6-4, 11-9; Jack Diekelman/Carter Gaede def. Ryan Graf/Padraig Hasz 6-2, 7-5; Brock Chandonais/Jacob Lutgen def. Kyler Betley/Luke Jermain 6-1, 6-3.