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TRACK AND FIELD
Fox Valley Association Conference Championships
APPLETON - Kimberly swept both team titles, scoring 156.5 points to edge Kaukauna in the girls meet and scoring 165.5 points in the boys meet to easily outdistance Oshkosh North.
Kaukauna’s Alexa Kinas won three individual events, taking first in the 400 meters, the 800 and the triple jump.
Kalea Weyenberg of Appleton North won the 100 and the 200, and Sydney Arndt of Fond du Lac won the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles.
Cam Wnek of Kimberly, Devin Williams of Oshkosh North and Aaron Schimke of Kaukauna were double winners in individual events in the boys meet.
Wnek won the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles, Williams won the 200 and the 400, and Schimke won the 1,600 and the 3,200.
KIMBERLY 156.5, KAUKAUNA 150, FOND DU LAC 108.5, APPLETON NORTH 85, APPLETON EAST 57, OSHKOSH WEST 44, HORTONVILLE 35, APPLETON WEST 34.5, NEENAH 27, OSHKOSH NORTH 4.5
100: 1, Kalea Weyenberg AN :12.52. 200: 1, Kalea Weyenberg AN :25.76. 400: 1, Alexa Kinas KAU :59.36. 800: 1, Alexa Kinas KAU 2:22.55. 1,600: 1, Sydney Fauske KAU 5:19.98. 3,200: 1, Mazie Olkowski NEE 11:33.70. 100H: 1, Sydney Arndt FDL :14.45. 300H: 1, Sydney Arndt FDL :46.87. 400R: 1, Appleton North (Madisen Miller, Kalea Weyenberg, Maisey Bojarski, Ryan Guest) :50.23. 800R: 1, Fond du Lac (Madisyn Jarvey, Abigail Zinn, Natalie Kolb, Calli Haus) 1:49.70. 1,600R: 1, Kimberly (Dee Vassar, Madelyn Dillenburg, Kate McGinnis, Jillian Krueger) 4:11.05. 3,200R: 1, Appleton North (Ellison Kohlbeck, Karissa Smith, Francesca Augelli, Anika Nettekoven) 10:07.71. HJ: 1, Olivia VanZeeland KAU 5-4. PV: 1, Abigail Ostermann KIM 10-6. LJ: 1, Eve Van De Hey KAU 17-7.5. TJ: 1, Alexa Kinas KAU 35-10.0. Shot: 1, Abigail Herring AW 40-10.75. Discus: 1, Gianna Trotter FDL 121-6.
KIMBERLY 165.5, OSHKOSH NORTH 87.5, KAUKAUNA 77, NEENAH 75, APPLETON NORTH 68, HORTONVILLE 67, FOND DU LAC 66, OSHKOSH WEST 56, APPLETON WEST 29, APPLETON EAST 11
100: 1, Lyndon Hemmrich Hartman ON :10.87. 200: 1, Devin Williams ON :22.11. 400: 1, Devin Williams ON :50.33. 800: 1, Joshua Smidt AN 2:00.16. 1,600: 1, Aaron Schimke KAU 4:36.40. 3,200: 1, Aaron Schimke KAU 10:06.48. 110H: 1, Cam Wnek KIM :15.29. 300H: 1, Cam Wnek KIM :40.68. 400R: 1, Oshkosh North (Hunter Carlson, Lyndon Hemmrich Hartman, Cole Spanbauer, Jose Rodriguez) :43.68. 800R: 1, Kimberly (Alex Rottier, Jack Statz, Jackson Wildes, Cam Wnek) 1:31.03. 1,600R: 1, Neenah (Charles Fredrickson, Gage Ramos, Ethan Snider, Jack Monson) 3:29.31. 3,200R: 1, Kaukauna (Andrew Milhans, Carson Awe, Danny Poor, Michael Herres) 8:30.73. HJ: 1, Mason Voight KAU 6-0. PV: 1, Eathan Lund HOR 13-6. LJ: 1, Ja’siah Williams OW 22-4. TJ: 1, Kamin Cabana KIM 42-7.75. Shot: 1, Ben Youngworth KIM 55-6.25. Discus: 1, Ben Smith HOR 168-4.
Eastern Wisconsin Conference Championships
VALDERS - Two Rivers swept the team titles, scoring 175 points to win the girls meet and 163.5 to win the boys meet.
Mikaela Helling won two individual events for Two Rivers in the girls meet, the 1,600-meter run and the 3,200.
Summer Stroessner of Sheboygan Falls was also a double winner, taking the 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles.
EWC Track Results: https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/469292/results/all
Austin Phillips of Two Rivers won three events in the boys meet, taking first in the 110 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and the long jump.
Emmitt Krauter of Sheboygan Falls won the 100 and the 200, and Shane Griepentrog of Valders won the 1,600 and the 3,200.
TWO RIVERS 175, KIEL 165.5, SHEBOYGAN FALLS 108.5, BRILLION 84, VALDERS 46.5, RONCALLI 45.5, CHILTON 39, NEW HOLSTEIN 29
100: 1, Allyson Kakes TR :13.10. 200: 1, Kylie Kakes TR :27.50. 400: 1, Jocelyn Aprill KIE 1:05.40. 800: 1, Mikaela Helling TR 2:27.43. 1,600: 1, Mikaela Helling TR 5:20.61. 3,200: 1, Anna Gallagher TR 11:42.46. 100H: 1, Summer Stroessner SF :16.89. 300H: 1, Summer Stroessner SF :48.60. 400R: 1, Sheboygan Falls (Jenna Norgel, Lola Meerdink, Julia Beeck, Rachel Halverson) :54.66. 800R: 1, Brillion (Taylor Brandenburg, Olivia Schuh, Megan Schuman, Addie Wenzel) 1:52.69. 1,600R: 1, Two Rivers (Kylie Kakes, Maesen Roberts, Kaitlyn Traeger, Mikaela Helling) 4:22.85. 3,200R: 1, Valders (Hannah Welch, Elizabeth Backus, Brooke Lau, Avery Kauth) 10:35.09. Shot: 1, Brooklyn Manz KIE 34-10. Discus: 1, Alexa Zimney TR 108-1. HJ: 1, Amereka McPherson TR 5-1. PV: 1, Romane Franzetti NH 9-0. LJ: 1, Rachel Halverson SF 17-5. TJ: 1, Megan Schuman BRI 34-5.5.
TWO RIVERS 163.5, SHEBOYGAN FALLS 153, KIEL 145.5, VALDERS 84, BRILLION 76, RONCALLI 33, CHILTON 13, NEW HOLSTEIN 13
100: 1, Emmitt Krauter SF :10.87. 200: 1, Emmitt Krauter SF :22.72. 400: 1, Brayden Reimer RON :52.77. 800: 1, Clay Taylor VAL 2:05.35. 1,600: 1, Shane Griepentrog VAL 4:29.22. 3,200: 1, Shane Griepentrog VAL 9:46.23. 110H: 1, Austin Phillips TR :16.56. 300H: 1, Austin Phillips TR :42.19. 400R: 1, Sheboygan Falls (Carson Miller, Seth Rohde, Carter Korff, Emmitt Krauter) :45.57. 800R: 1, Two Rivers (Collin Kozlowski, Blaise Kriese, Chase Matthias, Dylan Matyas) 1:37.03. 1,600R: 1, Kiel (Chaz Blanke, Pierce Arenz, Trey Barts, Eric Riebe) 3:38.26. 3,200R: 1, Kiel (Pierce Arenz, Aidan Murphy, Ethan Vander Meer, Hayden Cafferty) 9:08.55. Shot: 1, Christian Pyles TR 48-10. Discus: 1, Jacob Bretall SF 124-6. HJ: 1, Reid Federer SF 5-6. PV: 1, Nick Runge KIE 11-6. LJ: 1, Austin Phillips TR 20-11.25. TJ: 1, Seth Rohde SF 40-6.75.
Big East Conference Championships
REEDSVILLE - Oostburg won the boys team title with 157 points and Manitowoc Lutheran won the girls title with 117.5.
Brock Dortman of Howards Grove won the 100 meters and the 200 in the boys meet. Logan Zak of Sheboygan Lutheran won the 400 and the triple jump, Brennen Dvorachek of Reedsville won the 110 and 300 hurdles, and Reed Breckheimer of Hilbert won the shot put and the discus.
Big East Track Results: https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/452344/results/all
Brooklyn Luebke of Manitowoc Lutheran won three individual events in the girls meet, taking first in the 800, the 1,600 and the 3,200. Monraye Ermis of Manitowoc Lutheran took first in the shot put and the discus.
OOSTBURG 157, HILBERT 74, HOWARDS GROVE 67, REEDSVILLE 67, OZAUKEE 64, SHEBOYGAN LUTHERAN 60, ELKHART LAKE-GLENBEULAH 52, KOHLER 44, ST. MARY CATHOLIC 43, CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM 31, MANITOWOC LUTHERAN 17, MISHICOT 16, RANDOM LAKE 10
100: 1, Brock Dortman HG :11.18. 200: 1, Brock Dortman HG :22.88. 400: 1, Logan Zak SL :51.79. 800: 1, Owen Klaus OZ 2:01.20. 1,600: 1, Davis Behler KOH 4:37.35. 3,200: 1, Calvin McKee OZ 10:09.71. 110H: 1, Brennen Dvorachek REE :14.90. 300H: 1, Brennen Dvorachek REE :39.76. 400R: 1, Howards Grove :45.08. 800R: 1, Reedsville 1:34.28. 1,600R: 1, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 3:38.34. 3,200R: 1, Ozaukee 8:27.41. Shot: 1, Reed Breckheimer HIL 45-11. Discus: 1, Reed Breckheimer HIL 140-10. HJ: 1, Gabe Egan CGB 5-10. PV: 1, Adam Backus MIS 11-0. LJ: 1, Ben Batzner OOS 20-2. TJ: 1, Logan Zak SL 42-2.
MANITOWOC LUTHERAN 117.5, OOSTBURG 104, ST. MARY CATHOLIC 96, ELKHART LAKE-GLENBEULAH 68.5, OZAUKEE 61, HILBERT 53, HOWARDS GROVE 44, REEDSVILLE 40, CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM 32, RANDOM LAKE 27, MISHICOT 20, SHEBOYGAN LUTHERAN 18, KOHLER 17
100: 1, Hope Taylor OOS :12.68. 200: 1, Ariana Parnitzke ELG :26.68. 400: 1, Minnie Hoffman OOS 1:05.55. 800: 1, Brooklyn Luebke ML 2:30.32. 1,600: 1, Brooklyn Luebke ML 5:27.04. 3,200: 1, Brooklyn Luebke ML 12:20.48. 100H: 1, Laney Halbach HIL :16.06. 300H: 1, Rebecca Hoffmann OZ :48.51. 400R: 1, Howards Grove :53.34. 800R: 1, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 1:54.76. 1,600R: 1, Reedsville 4:25.59. 3,200R: 1, Cedar Grove-Belgium 10:38.97. Shot: 1, Monraye Ermis ML 38-2.5. Discus: 1, Monraye Ermis ML 102-3. HJ: 1, Kaitlyn Feldmann ELG 4-10. PV: 1, Margherita Gennaro SMC 8-3. LJ: 1, Brynn Meyer OZ 15-10.5. TJ: 1, Emily Marohn ML 33-10.5.
Kimberly 12, Neenah 2
KIMBERLY - The Papermakers scored in all but one inning, including a seven-run third, in the five-inning Fox Valley Association win.
Brayden Deering picked up the win, going five innings, allowing eight hits and five walks, while striking out five.
Leading the Kimberly offense were Josh Bailey, with a three-run home run in the third; Evan Olson, with a double and two RBIs; Colin Obermann, who was 2-for-4 with two RBIs; Carson Peeters, with a double and an RBI; and Brady Koester, who was 2-for-2 with a double and two RBIs.
Neenah was led by Ethan Van Dyke, who was 2-for-3 with an RBI, and Evan Paque, who was 2-for-2.
Green Bay Preble 1, Sheboygan North 0
GREEN BAY - Jake Petasek picked up the win, scattering just three hits and two walks, while striking out nine in seven innings.
Preble’s only run was scored in the third inning. Petasek was hit by a pitch, stole second base, then advanced on a balk to third. Reese Berg followed with an RBI single to left.
Preble is now 13-6 overall and 10-4 in the Fox River Classic Conference.
Bay Port 12, Notre Dame 3
GREEN BAY - Grant Gill was 3-for-3 with four RBIs, while Isaiah Grimm was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs to lead the Pirates past the Tritons.
Brandon Black was 2-for-4 with two doubles and Cole Bensen was 2-for-3 with a double for Bay Port.
Notre Dame was led by Landen Lozier, who was 2-for-3.
Fox Valley Lutheran 4, Freedom 2
FREEDOM - Owen Gerhardt’s two-run triple was the difference as the Foxes held off the Irish in North Eastern Conference action.
Each team had plenty of chances as Freedom stranded 13 runners, while FVL stranded 12 in the game.
FVL starter Eli Retzlaff went five innings while scattering just four hits and giving up just one run to earn the win. The Foxes’ Connor Ruppel had two hits, including a double, while Gerhart had two hits. Everett Nowak had a solo home run and a single.
Mac Kramer pitched the final two innings to earn the save for FVL. Kramer struck out five and allowed just one walk.
Carter Kriewaldt blasted a solo home run for the Irish, his third home run in the last two games. Kriewaldt finshed the game going 2-for-3. Carson Clausen also added two hits, including a double.
Jace Midbon took the loss, giving up just two runs in four-plus innings, while striking out five.
Denmark 18, Oconto Falls 0
DENMARK - The Vikings scored in all four innings they batted with four runs in the first, seven in the second, five in the third and two in the fourth.
Owen DeGrand picked up the win, pitching five innings, walking one, allowing two hits and striking out seven. DeGrand was also 3-for-4 at the plate with four RBIs. Hayden Konkol was 3-for-3 with a homer, a double and four RBIs and four runs scored, while Rheis Johnson was 2-for-2.
Izaac Dittmer added two RBIs and three runs scored.
Denmark moved to 18-3 overall and 15-2 in the North Eastern Conference.
Waupaca 4, Wrightstown 0
WRIGHTSTOWN - Luke Schwenn pitched a complete game to shut out the Tigers in a North Eastern Conference game.
Schwenn allowed four hits, walked two and struck out 10.
Vincent Nikolai had two hits and two RBIs for Waupaca. Alex Pankratz also had two hits, including a double.
Cole Hitner had two hits, including a double, for Wrightstown.
Luxemburg-Casco 11, Clintonville 1
LUXEMBURG - Blake Robillard had three hits, including a solo home run, for the Spartans in the win over the Truckers.
Ryan Routhieaux, Max Ronsman, Peyton Mrotek and Chris VandenWhelen each added two hits for Luxemburg-Casco, which scored five runs in the third inning.
Deprez was the winning pitcher for the Spartans and Jack Yeager took the loss for the Truckers.
Shiocton 10, Iola-Scandinavia 0
SHIOCTON - James Mutchie tossed a one-hit complete game to lead the Chiefs over the Thunderbirds.
Mutchie also had two hits at the plate, as did Dawson Schmidt, Logan Ebben and Braxton Ebben. Logan Ebben and Ty Marcks both doubled and had an RBI, while Carter McPheron added a run-scoring double and Braxton Ebben doubled and had three RBIs.
Mishicot 12, Hilbert 1
HILBERT - Mishicot scored three times in the first, twice in the third and seven in the fifth to secure the Big East Conference win.
Logan Marquardt led the Mishicot offense, going 3-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and three stolen bases.
Sam Bradley and Ayden Keuler had two hits apiece for the Wolves.
St. Mary Catholic 15, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 0
FOX CROSSING - The Zephrys banged out 11 hits and took advantage of nine walks and two errors en route to the Big East Conference win.
George Albers was 3-for-4, while Owen Ripley, Joseph Pirillo and Matt Betchner added two hits each for St. Mary Catholic.
Aidan Birling picked up the win, allowing just two hits in four innings, while striking out four.
Mosinee 14, Tomahawk 0
MOSINEE - Mosinee held the Hatchets to just one hit and came away with the Great Northern Conference victory.
Davin Stoffel got the win, tossing four innings, striking out four and walking three, while Shawn Bryant pitched two-thirds of an inning, walking four. Eli Miland finished the last 2⅓ innings, striking out three and walking one.
Mosinee was led by Stoffel, with a hit and three RBIs. Keagen Jirschele, Taylor Lemanski and Eli Miland all had a hit and an RBI.
Mosinee improved to 18-2 on the season and 9-1 in conference.
Pacelli 14, Almond-Bancroft 2
STEVENS POINT - Drew Kedrowicz was 3-for-3 with a homer and five RBIs to power the Cardinals to the CWC win.
The Cardinals scored in all four innings they batted, including a five-run third.
Malise Beduhn and Tim Sackmann added two hits each, with Brycen Cashin driving in a pair of runs.
Southern Door 5, Algoma 1
BRUSSELS - Drew Daoust pitched a complete game and allowed three hits to get the win for the Eagles.
Charlie Neinas was 3-for-3 with two RBIs, Christian Counard hit a double and had two RBIs, Jared Hawkey had two hits and Jack Peterson hit a double.
Gillett/Suring 10, Wausaukee 6
WAUSAUKEE - Gillett/Suring erased a four-run deficit with three runs in the fourth, one in the fifth, one in the sixth and five in the seventh.
Gillett/Suring took advantage of 10 walks and two Rangers errors. Ryan Penala was 2-for-4 with two RBIs.
Nathan Shaw had two hits for Wausaukee.
Pittsville 10, Wild Rose 0
PITTSVILLE - Easton Dammann was 2-for-3 with five RBIs as the Panthers cruised past the Wildcats in five innings.
Pittsville scored three in the first, one in the second and the third, and five in the fourth to seal the Central Wisconsin Conference win.
Waylon Grimm was 2-for-2 with two RBIs, while Dylan Luther was 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Grimm picked up the win on the mound, allowing just one hit in four innings, walking two and striking out six.
ROSHOLT - Amherst won twice Saturday to improve its record to 19-0 overall, beating Columbus Catholic 6-5 and beating Rosholt 15-5.
Ben Lee hit a walk-off grand slam in the win over the Dons and was the winning pitcher. Jake Hoffman added two hits and two RBIs.
Lee was 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs against Rosholt. Hoffman hit two home runs and had three RBIs.
Tyler Soulsby was the winning pitcher. He pitched five innings, allowed three runs (one earned) and struck out 10.
Bonduel 5, Iola-Scandinavia 3
IOLA - The Bears led 5-0 after two innings in the victory over the Thunderbirds on Saturday.
Cade Johnson pitched 5⅓ innings, allowed two runs, two hits and struck out four to get the win. Noah Weier picked up the save.
Easton Reinke had two hits, including a double, and two RBI. Weier also had two hits.
Fond du Lac 5, Appleton West 0
FOND DU LAC - Ally Osier pitched a complete game, allowed three hits and struck out 10 to lead the Cardinals past the Terrors.
Hanna Boelk had a double and an RBI for Fond du Lac. Rachel Abel, Reghan Ziegler and Susan Vokes also drove in runs.
Appleton East 7, Manitowoc 4
MANITOWOC - Abby Gronert tripled, scored twice and drove in three runs, while Clare Rettler was 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI to lead the Patriots past the Ships.
Serena Timmer added two hits, including a double, and two RBIs for East.
The Patriots used a four-run fourth to snap a 3-3 tie.
Halli Swick picked up the win, allowing 13 hits, three earned runs and two walks, while striking out five.
Maria Kraynek led Manitowoc, going 4-for-4 with two RBIs, while Kailee Ansorge added three hits and Delaney Granger and Lizzy Stuebs had two hits each.
Hortonville 11, Beaver Dam 1
BEAVER DAM - Tavia Schmidt was 3-for-4 with three RBIs for the Polar Bears in the nonconference win.
Bridget Moen added two RBIs, and Paige Lillie and Emma Lebeck each had two hits for Hortonville.
Stevens Point 9-5, Watertown 2-3
WATERTOWN - The Panthers scored in six of seven innings in the first game and scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning in the second game to sweep the nonconference doubleheader.
Addie Simonson was 3-for-4 with three RBIs, and Kaitlyn Klismith and Zoe Fink were 3-for-5 with Fink adding two RBIs to lead SPASH in the first game. Braylee Lake added two hits.
Delilah Abundiz picked up the win in the circle, allowing four hits, no earned runs and four strikeouts.
Klismith had two hits and two RBIs in the second game. Maddie Miklesh and Ashlynn O’Neal also had two hits. Klismith and Miklesh hit doubles.
Maren Sauvageau pitched 8⅔ innings for the win. She allowed nine hits, three runs and struck out eight. Fink recorded the final out.
Two Rivers 8, New Holstein 7
NEW HOLSTEIN - The Purple Raiders scored three times in the sixth and once in the seventh to rally for the Eastern Wisconsin Conference win.
Kallan Meyer was 2-for-4 with an RBI, Ashlyn Dellemann was 2-for-3, Kailey Pyles was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI, and Mackenzie Graff was 2-for-2 with a double, a home run and four RBIs. Graff’s home run was a three-run shot in the sixth.
Madi Cortte added an RBI, while Chloe Davidson was 2-for-4 with an RBI.
Pyles picked up the win, allowing seven runs (five earned) on nine hits, no walks and seven strikeouts.
Alyssa Woelfel led New Holstein, going 2-for-4 with a home run.
The win moves Two Rivers to 13-2 overall and 11-2 in the conference.
Mishicot 11, Denmark 1
MISHICOT - Cora Nelson was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, while Katelyn Callahan was 2-for-2 with three RBIs as Mishicot scored in all five innings.
Cora Stodola was 2-for-3 with three RBIs, while Kasey Brouchoud was 2-for-3 with two RBIs for Mishicot.
Ashlyn Bennin allowed one unearned run on one hit, walking two and striking out one.
Winnebago Lutheran 10, North Fond du Lac 0
FOND DU LAC - Natalee Boelk pitched a five-hit shutout for the Vikings in a Flyway Conference six-inning win. Boelk struck out five and walked one.
Makayla Carey went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs, and Amber Johnson also had two doubles for WLA, which collected nine hits.
Kali Ziemer had two hits for the Orioles, with Maddie Langolf also hitting a double.
Natalee Miller took the loss for the Orioles.
Oconto 9, Wrightstown 4
WRIGHTSTOWN - The Blue Devils scored the final seven runs to pull out the nonconference win.
Juliana Sieber was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, while Alyse Viestenz was 2-for-4 with an RBI to power Oconto. Savannah Brill also drove in two runs.
Leading the Wrightstown offense were Maddy Wilson, who was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, and Esme Moses, who was 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Sheboygan Lutheran 7, Manitowoc Lutheran 2
SHEBOYGAN - Jenna Lischka led the Lancers with two singles.
Defensively, sophomore Bree Hansen had three putouts and four assists, while Maya Kiel had nine putouts.
Southern Door 7, Algoma 6
BRUSSELS - The Eagles scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to pull out the win.
Algoma was up 4-0 in the fifth inning when Southern Door scored five runs to go ahead. Algoma tied it in the sixth.
In the ninth inning, Algoma took the lead 6-5 when Riley Fenendael scored on a safety squeeze.
Southern Door scored the winning runs in the bottom of the ninth with back-to-back doubles from Sophia Counard and Colbi Jacquet. Courtesy runner Erin Griep scored the winning run on an error.
Jacquet had three hits and three RBIs for Southern Door. Ashlyn Delfosse had two hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Callie Miller also had two hits.
Ryley Zimmerman had three hits, including a triple, and drove in three runs for Algoma. Fenendael had two doubles, and Sierra Slaby had two hits.
Chloe Lustila pitched six innings in relief to get the win.
Shiocton 18, Menominee Indian 3
SHIOCTON - The Chiefs had three six-run innings as they cruised past the Eagles in Central Wisconsin Conference-East play.
Eve Suprise drove in three runs, while Larissa Young, Sydney Ritchie and Katie Hanks drove in two each. Ritchie also had a home run.
Alexis Wilber had two hits for Menominee Indian.
Sevastopol 12, Sturgeon Bay 0
STURGEON BAY - The Pioneers scored four times in the first, twice in the second and six times in the third to cruise to the Packerland Conference win.
Sammy Differt had three hits for Sevastopol.
Bailey Rikkola, Kayla Ranly, Jolene Luedtke and Kristen Daubner each had two hits.
Mosinee 14, Tomahawk 0
TOMAHAWK - Adeline Strejc limited the Hatchets to just three hits, while walking one and striking out eight to power Mosinee.
Strejc and Amber Gonzalez helped power the offense, both going 3-for-4 with Strejc driving in four and Gonzalez three. Gonzalez also tripled.
Hailey Shnowske, Alanna Bembenek, Daisy Spink and Jayden Evenson all added two hits, with Shnowske adding a double and two RBIs. Mikah Keller also knocked in a pair of runs.
Almond-Bancroft 4, Iola-Scandinavia 3
IOLA - Almond-Bancroft scored the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth inning and held Iola-Scandinavia scoreless in the bottom half to take the win.
The Thunderbirds had a chance in the sixth inning to score the go-ahead run, but left a runner stranded on third.
The Eagles (20-1 overall, 11-1) outhit the T-Birds (14-6, 8-3) 11-7.
Maddie Much had three hits and drove in a run, while Alexa Christoph had two hits. Myah Heschke and Clara Koles had a double.
Pitcher Julia Munoz pitched all eight innings in taking the loss. Munoz walked one and struck out three.
Auburndale 7, Loyal/Greenwood 6
LOYAL - The Eagles erased a three-run deficit with two runs in the fifth and two in the seventh.
Ashlyn Grimm picked up the win, going seven innings, allowing six hits, six walks and six earned runs, while striking out 14.
Emma Schlough took the loss, allowing just five earned runs and six hits, while walking seven and striking out eight.
Mya Krings led the Auburndale offense with a lead-off homer in the first. Kimmie Lundgren was 2-for-3 with three RBIs.
Mesa Rasmussen was 3-for-4 with two doubles to lead Loyal/Greenwood.
Athens 9, Cadott 5
ATHENS - Addison Lavicka, Siarra Hart and Sophia Coker all had two hits with Hart and Jazelle Hartwig driving in three runs apiece.
Athens built a five-run lead and held on for the nonconference win.
Hart picked up the win in the circle, allowing seven hits, three earned runs and one walk, while striking out six.
Edgar 1, Thorp 0
THORP - Karlin Lipinski singled in the sixth, moved to second on a hit by Makayla Wirkus, stole third and scored on a single by Morgan Streveler to lift the Wildcats past the Cardinals.
Kiel 8, NEW Lutheran 1
GREEN BAY - Taylor Schad scored six goals to lead the Raiders.
Sydney Knuth and Ellie Jaschob also scored for Kiel.
Natalee Long was in goal for the Raiders.
Omro 5, Ripon 0
OMRO - Ava Stachura scored a goal and added an assist as five different Foxes found the net in the victory.
Also scoring goals were Gabrielle Vandenberg, Lindi Boeck, Hannah Fedderly and Shayli Carter.
Hailee Scheier had 14 saves in net for Ripon.
Sheboygan Falls 13, Valders 0
SHEBOYGAN FALLS - The Falcons cruised to the big win over the Vikings.
Ellie Kisiolek scored three goals and added an assist, while Lillian Reini, Addison Schliewe and Dayton Thiel added two goals apiece. Rianna Krist, Ava Potokar, Kamryn Luecke and Olivia Gordon scored one goal each.
Reini, Potokar, Greta Debbink, Luecke and Savannah Strojny each added an assist.
Winnebago Lutheran 0, Lakeside Lutheran 0
FOND DU LAC - Lydia Bernhard made three saves in goal for WLA in the nonconference draw.
“We played four games last week and we looked a little tired tonight. Hopefully we can get the energy back and get back on the winning track this week,” WLA coach David Haag said.
KIEL - The Raiders had a 3-0 record and won their own tournament for the first time with a 4-0 win over Random Lake, a 5-0 win over Manitowoc Lincoln and a 6-0 win over Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah.
Brannah Remy and Natalee Long shared goaltending duties for Kiel in posting shutouts in all three games. Addie Uselding’s strong play contributed to the defense.
Abby Moore had two goals, while Taylor Schad and Aubrey Arnold also scored against Random Lake.
Schad scored four goals against Manitowoc Lincoln. Moore had one goal and three assists.
Schad added four goals and two assists against Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah. Arnold and Syd Pitzen also scored, and Lydia Vander Meer had three assists.
WAUPACA - Marinette took third place in the tournament, beating Northland Pines and Waupaca and losing to Marquette (Mich.).
Josie Smerchek scored four goals and Sierra Schreiner scored three goals for Marinette during the tournament.
Casey Jensen had 30 saves in goal in three games.
Appleton East 166, Hortonville 181
At Grand View, par 35
Appleton East: Kenny Kapheim 39, Jake Prestigacomo 41, Owen Lutes 42, Lucas Wittak 44.
Hortonville: Connor Schafer 41, Mason Fietzer 46, Ross Reinemann 47, Weston Burkhardt 47.
Kimberly 177, Fond du Lac 184
At Rolling Meadows
Kimberly: Trey Vanevenhoven 41, Kade Dunham 42, Aiden Cudney 43, Chance Rill 51.
Fond du Lac: Will Mauthe 39, Cole Thorin 48, Ian Ledger 48, Jackson Blaine 49.
Appleton North 157, Neenah 170
At Reid, par 36
Appleton North: Brenden Lemery 36, Rasmus Madsen 37, Jack Winter 41, Kyle Schabo 43.
Neenah: John Callahan 40, Payton Kramer 42, Eli Oitzinger 43, Julian Gallmeier 45.
Oshkosh West 177, Oshkosh North 187
At Westhaven, par 35
Oshkosh West: Taylor Block 41, Mason Bechard 45, Dominic Perzzi 45, Will Vu 46.
Oshkosh North: Christian Geffers 44, Isaac Geffers 46, Kevin Lynch 48, Will Verstegen 49.
Wisconsin Valley Conference
WISCONSIN RAPIDS 340, D.C. EVEREST 349, WAUSAU WEST 353, STEVENS POINT 355, WAUSAU EAST 358, MARSHFIELD 368, MERRILL 398
At Stevens Point CC
Top individuals: Ethan Thomas SP 78, Andy Ziemer DCE 81, Brady Skifton WR 82, Owen Bunnell DCE 83, Tyler Skogstad WW 84, Carter Morrison WR 84, Sawyer Wilkens WR 85, Matt Sitte WE 87, Tanner Courtright DCE 87, Nate Earnest SP 87.
Eastern Wisconsin Conference
RONCALLI 179, SHEBOYGAN FALLS 181, KIEL 199, CHILTON 207, BRILLION 209, TWO RIVERS/MISHICOT 231, VALDERS 235, NEW HOLSTEIN 244
At Wander Springs, par 36
Brillion: Ethan Fischer 48, Grant Rosner 50, Isaac Schultz 55, Danny VanderZanden 56.
Chilton: Drew Piepenburg 47, Bennett Glidden 49, Gavin Buechel 53, Jordan Lemke 58.
Kiel: Mason Neils 46, Andrew Vorpahl 50, Owen Rothe 51, Mitchel Endries 52.
Roncalli: John Oberbroeckling 41, Owen Just 44, Luke Pautz 47, Brayden Yanda 47.
New Holstein: Leo Malson 53, Carter Huf 58, Alex Roers 63, Grier Abhold 70.
Sheboygan Falls: Andrew Kettle 38 (medalist), Nathan Olson 46, Jack Guentner 48, Nolan Buchaklian 49.
Two Rivers/Mishicot: Max Seib 56, Hallie Stroess 57, Alexis Bohm 58, Alex Thielber 60.
Valders: Dylan Bramstedt 50, Jackson Olson 52, Brady Bodart 62, Keith Vetting 71.
Hortonville 170, Oshkosh West 183
At Oshkosh CC, par 36
Hortonville: Connor Schaefer 39, Ross Reinemann 39, Drew Klein 45, Mason Fietzer 47.
Oshkosh West: Will Vu 45, Ryan Gohde 45, Mason Bechard 46, Taylor Block 47.
Neenah 7, Kaukauna 0
Solomon Dunsirn def. Henry Wolfe 6-0, 6-0; Carl Hein def. Vincent Terry 6-0, 6-0; Ben Kotchen def. Hayden Kihl 6-2, 6-1; Tristin Yun def. Justin Sprangers 6-1, 6-0.
Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh def. Ian Berken/Zach Voet 6-0, 6-0; Leyton Daharsh/Jaxon King def. Kalon Dvorak/Braden Baumgart 6-0, 6-1; Satchel Moss/Brady Hildreth def. William Velicer/Wes Boucher 6-2, 6-3.
Onalaska 4, Stevens Point 3
Aiden Sommerfield O def. Matt Davis 6-4, 7-6 (6); Max Klein O def. Mason DeBot 6-0, 6-1; Micah Bornitz O def. Winston Hill 6-2, 6-0; Lucas Go O def. Carter Gaede 2-6, 6-2, 10-6.
Luke Hinchcliffe/Noah Hlavac SP def. Joey Griebel/Tony Nguyen 6-0, 6-1; Sam Kulick/Marek Woytasik SP def. Matt Hinitt/Calyn Ngeth 6-3, 6-4; Brock Chandonais/Jacob Lutgen SP def. Austin Fortun/Daniel Yao 5-7, 6-4, 11-9.
Oshkosh West 6, West De Pere 1
Jacob Stinski OW def. Chase Colucci 6-2, 6-2; Yosef Edsell OW def. Jeremy Weller 6-1, 7-5; Abram McGrath WDP def. Cohen McConnell 6-1, 6-2; Turner Wuest OW def. Nathan Darrow 6-0, 6-0.
Anders Larson/Patrick Gannon OW def. Jameson Beardsley/Conner DeBruin 6-0, 6-1; Ryan Jorgensen/Hans Larson OW def. Karan Mandepudi/Kaydyn Shaw 6-4, 3-6, 17-15; Nyle Dar/Jack Rasmussen OW def. Trent Dolan/Collin Schneider 6-2, 6-1.
Appleton North 6, Fond du Lac 1
Mihir Uberoi AN def. Carter Mittlestead 6-1, 6-0; Joseph Chau AN def. Ryan Wendt 6-2, 6-0; Kris Lee AN def. Logan McClyman 6-2, 6-0; Tyler Salm AN def. Leo Lara-Cruz 6-2, 6-2.
Caleb Sippel/Kurt Mihm AN def. Diyaa Manasrah/Colin Hamburg F 6-0, 6-0; Pavan Reddy/Dhruv Vir AN def. Kaden Bebow/Tyler Wzork 6-4, 6-2; Austin Taivalmaa/Eli Krumbein F def. Neil Graf/Ryan Graf 6-4, 2-6, 10-6.
Marquette University 7, De Pere 0
Lincoln Marshall def. Brett Daniels 7-6 (6), 6-2; Graham Kunick def. Stefen Graf 7-5, 6-1; Joe Malloy def. Martin Blaha 6-4, 6-1; Ryan Gould def. Brant LaTour 6-1, 6-0.
Alex Gould/Daniel Egelhoff def. Jackson Harpt/Owen McDonough 6-3, 6-4; Will Young/Aidan Ferber def. Kegan McDonough/Nicholas Shere 6-1, 6-1; Jack Eisenbrown/Michael Stuckslager def. Sam Cumicek/Bennett Hogeland 6-1, 6-2.
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This article originally appeared on Appleton Post-Crescent: Here are Monday's high school sports results