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Heavy Hitting Coleman Remains On Top of M&O

Issue Date: May 2, 2019

Crivitz Shuts Down Lena STAA in two day Battle

The Crivitz Wolverine girls and the Lena/STAA girls had two games scheulded over the course of two days and it turned out that those would be two tough days for the Lena/STAA Cavaliers who were blanked on day one 23-0.

Crivitz plugged out six first inning runs before ending the game in the second inning with 17 runs, enough to get the mercy rule win.

At the plate the Wolverines' Kieren Gribben was perfect in her three of three showing with four runs and three RBIs. Bublitz was one of one with three runs and three RBIs while Mueller was two of two with two runs and one RBI. Sage Nelsen also joined the ranks of the flawless hitters with a two of two day at the plate along with three runs and one RBI. Brooke McFadden went two of two as well with three runs and three RBIs. Bryanne Krause was two of two with two runs and three RBIs.

Taking the mound win was Bublitz who allowed just three hits over her two innings. She also struck out three. The loss was given tho Sellen of the Cavvies who allowed 16 hits, 23 earned runs, six walks and one strike out.



Crivitz Bats Pay Out Big Against STAA

The Crivitz Wolverines put on a hitting clinic Friday afternoon when they took on the visiting Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers who they beat with a a huge differential 21-2.

The much needed win was built with some amazing swings from the Crivitz hitters. Riley Mueller who has been distinguishing herself this season as one of the areas top hitters went wild Friday afternoon, slugging her way to a five of five showing at the plate while scoring four runs and swatting home four RBIs, what a day for the young Wolverine.

The Wolverines defensive unit as a whole did a great job backing up their pitching ace Sarah Bublitz who gave up 12 hits, though they did not make it far.

Crivitz got those sizzling hot bats warmed up in the first inning when Saige Nelsen walked to lead off and was advanced on a Mueller single to right field. During the third at bat a wild pitch allowed the two fleet footed runners to cruise back home to the plate for the 2-0 lead.

Lena/STAA's first of two runs was registered in the third inning when Kianna Bulin singled to make it on and went home during a defensive error in the next at bat.

Crivitz must have felt like they needed to make up for the errored in run as they blew the game wide open over the bottom half of the inning.

Mueller led off the big inning with a double to center field, followed by Jasmine Zach on a walk. Kieren Gribben walked next to score Mueller. Bublitz posted the games first RBI on a fly out to center field while Brooke McFadden RBI'ed in a run off a double.

Sienna Guns also got a double during the inning that scored a run. Before the inning could be set down by the Cavvies, Mueller returned to the plate and clubbed a two run single which was followed by Zach with a two run single. After the explosive inning the Wolverines held the lead 14-1.

STAA's Lillien Sellen hit a single during the fourth inning and made it home off a Lilly Lefebvre single.

That was it for the STAA bats, but not the Wolverine ones which kept the onslaught coming over the fourth inning with seven more scores to push the lead further out of grasp. The inning was highlighted by a two run Homer by Mueller.

Mueller was the games best at the plate for the Wolverines and was followed by teammate Zach who posted a two of two showing with two runs and two RBIS. Sienna Gunbs also led the way with a two of three effort along with her one run and three RBIs.

STAA's Lefebvre was perfect at the plate during the game posting a three of three effort with one RBI while Kianna Bulin went two of three with a run. Lillian Sellen was two of two with a run.

In the pitchers circle Sellen was saddled with the loss for Lena/STAA giving up 21 hits, 21 earned runs and eight walk while striking out one and giving up one home run.

Bublitz took the circle win for the Wolverines on a 12 hit day where she allowed two runs (one earned) and one walk while striking out six.



Coleman and Wausaukee Face Off In Battle of First Round Perfection

The first round of area softball is at it end and one of the most anticipated match ups of that round has been put in the books and there is now only one undefeated team. That team is the Coleman Cougars and they sure strung together the hits in this showdown, taking a big lead to get ahed in the 11-1 victory over the previously undefeated Wausaukee Ranger girls.

Thursday afternoon it quickly became apparent that Coleman had something special coming from the mound, that being some fabulous pitches from Cameron Compe who piled up seven strikeouts over five innings while only allowing a mere two hits from a normally very high power Ranger offense.

Coleman didn't start stringing things together till the third inning. Over the first two innings they were kept at bay by one of the areas best defenses the Wausaukee Rangers.

The first run of the night showed up over the first inning when Caitlin Huberty hit a single. She was brought in by Compe on a single.

The second inning saw the Cougars increase the lead to 2-0 thanks to a Hailey Zimmer walk and a Lauren Osterberg single to bring her home.

Then the third inning began and with a string of Coleman hits that led to a nice mid game lead. Sierra Pashek led off the big inning with a single followed by Mikayla Zietler on a walk. Kaliey Klimek single followed by Hailey Zimmer with the RBI.

Maddy Hoida swatted a big shot with one out, getting two RBIs and the single. At the end of the inning the Cougars led 6-0.

Now that definitely isn't an insurmountable lead in the least, but against a team like Coleman, they will make you pay for every inch a team gives them.

And in the next two inning the inch turned into a mile as the Cougars plugged out three over the fourth and two over the fifth and final inning.

Wausaukee scored their lone run of the night during the fourth inning when Kaelyn Schlies made it on base to lead off the inning. She was brought in by Avery Bartles on a double.

At the plate Wausaukee's Natalie Schroeder and Bartles were both one of two with Bartles securing the teams only RBI.

Huberty led the way for the Cougar offense with a three of four plate performance. She had one run and one RBI and a double on the day. Osterberg was two of three with an RBI while Pashek went two of four with one RBI. Klimek was two of four with one RBI. Maddy Hoida ended her night one of two with two RBIs.

Compe was the games winning pitcher with two hits allowed. She gave up one run and struck out seven while walking two over her five innings.

Wausaukee's Versaskas took the loss giving up 12 hits, 11 runs (eight earned) and six walks. She struck out five.



Coleman Blanks Oneida

The Coleman Cougars blanked the Oneidas Nation Thunderhawks Tuesday night when they traveled to Green Bay for the conference softball showdown which ended in Coleman's favor 15-0.

The three inning game saw Coleman's Michaela Zeitler club her way to four RBIs and a triple. Mackenzie Champagne hit two RBIs and a single while Adelyn Salewski hit a single along with her two RBIs.

Cameron Compe took the pitching win for the Cougars allowing no hits and striking out two over two innings.

Oneida's Barber struck out six while allowing four walks and eight hits.



Wausaukee Gets Back On Track With Win Over Crivitz

The Wausaukee Rangers showed that they can recover from any hit they take as they bounced back from a big loss to the undefeated Cougars of Coleman to defeat the Wolverines of Crivitz 8-4.

Crivitz got things going over the first inning with a lead off single from Siage Nelsen. Riley Mueller brought her home in the next at bat off a double.

Wausaukee kept pace over the bottom half of the inning when Allison Versaskas singled to right field and was later brought in on a Kylee Smith triple.

The Wolverines made it 2-1 over the top of second inning thanks to a single from Sianna Guns and a Mueller single that scored Guns.

Wausaukee wasn't able to meet the lead till the third inning where a couple timely hits changed the tide of competition. Smith walked for the first runner on of the inning and was followed by Avery Bartles on a triple to left field. Madelyn Schlies gave Bartles a shot at the plate with a single to right field for the RBI and the 3-2 lead.

Crivitz briefly recaptured the lead in the fourth inning when Mueller continued her excellent day of hitting with a double to center field. Jasmine Zach followed with a single while Kieren Gribben swatted a double for the run. Morgan Gyger did her part in taking the lead with a RBI single to right field.

That small lead was eclipsed by one over the Ranger half of the inning though. Natalie Grutza got the rally on end with a single to center. Callie Orlando kept it alive with a double to center while Versaskas brought them both home off a double hit deep into centerfield. Versaskas scored a short while later on a wild pitch. Aftter the bottom of the fourth the Rangers led 6-5.

The one run lead was made into a three run final differential over the bottom of the sixth as the Rangers' Versaskas walked to lead off the inning. Smith also walked for two on base and Madelyn Schlies wrapped the evenings scoring up with a two RBI double to center.

Mueller though tough in the circle for the Wolverines was handed the loss as she pitched six innings, giving up 10 hits eight earned runs and seven walks while striking out four.

Versaskas got the circle win for the Rangers allowing 14 hits, five earned runs and two walks while striking out four.

At the plate Wausaukee's Versaskas was two of three with three runs and two RBIs. Madelyn Schlies was two of four with three RBIs while Smith went one of one with two runs and one RBI.

Crivitz's Mueller had an amazing day at thew plate, finishing the night four of four with one run and two RBIs. Sarah Bublitz went two of three while Gribben went two of four with one run and one RBI.



Oconto Falls Drops Waupaca

The Oconto Falls Panthers were unstoppable against the Waupaca girls Tuesday night as they ended the game ahead 13-3.

The biggest inning of the night was the third where the Panthers slugged out nine runs to add to their four from the first two innings. Waupaca posted three runs in the third.

At the plate O. Falls' Allen was three of three with two runs and three RBIs. Shallow as one of two with two runs while Ash went one of three with two runs and two RBIs.

The win in the circle was obtained by O.Falls' Tolzman who allowed three hits, three runs and struck out four.



Bulldogs Collared by Wolves Pitching, Fall 7-1

Unfortunately, you don't get credit just for hitting the ball hard.

The Peshtigo Bulldogs put some solid contact on the ball in a 7-1 loss to Algoma on Saturday, but they ended up with just three hits, as Madelyn Prokash struck out 11 in seven innings for Algoma.

"Give them credit, they made the plays, we missed the opportunities and that's how it goes sometimes," Peshtigo coach Tom Christensen said. "Sometimes it's just meant to be that way. We keep hitting hard and it's going to fall. We'll come back."

Of course, the Bulldogs did strike out quite a bit, with Prokash looking pretty dominant.

"She had probably one of the smoother deliveries and she wasn't overpowering, but that ball came off her hands so smooth that the girls were baffled by it somewhat and she did a great job," Christensen said. "We had a hard time hitting her. The changeup was really a great omen and caught us off guard several times."

Grace Meyers took the loss in five innings of work. Grace Wickman came on in relief.

Dreya Dietry, Meyers and Mattie Lacoursiere each had hits for Peshtigo.



Bulldogs Nip Blue Devils 8-6 in Packerland Play

Peshtigo narrowly defeated Oconto in the I-41 rivalry on Friday, taking an 8-6 win at home.

The Bulldogs scored first in the second on a single by Mattie LaCoursiere, scoring Allison Dudka, McKenna Evancheck and Paige Dolata.

Oconto scored courtesy of Ellen Sohrweide in the third inning, but Peshtigo made it 5-1 in the same inning with a double by Dudka scoring two.

Oconto got two more from a Maggie Sohrweide in the fifth, as she doubled home Hannah Wusterbarth and Morgan Durand. Oconto then took a lead, with Maggie Sohrweide doubling home two more runners to take a 6-5 lead.

Peshtigo persevered. Dudka walked and Dolata singled, with LaCoursiere matching Sohrweide's heroics with a two-run triple of her own to give Peshtigo the lead and the win.

"Hitting-wise, we did hit well, we hit at the right time and it worked out well," Peshtigo coach Tom Christensen said.

Grace Wickman got the win, pitching seven innings of six-run ball on seven hits and five walks. She struck out six.

LaCoursiere had five RBIs and two hits, Dolata scored twice on two hits and Dudka had two RBIs.

The win keeps Peshtigo in the Packerland Conference hunt.

"That was a must-win at this point of the season. We're still in the fight," Christensen said. "Oconto is a great team, good coaching staff. It went back and forth, we didn't quit, came back in the end and took care of our business. It was a good win for the girls."

For Oconto, Wusterbarth and Durand each scored two runs.



Niagara Takes Two From Gillett/Suring

The Niagara Badgers took a two game win over the Gillett/Suring Hornets in double header action Tuesday night. Game one saw the Badgers win a close shootout 16-11 while game two was more of a blow out as the Badgers took the lead early for the 12-1 win.

During game one the Badgers scored a massive eight run push to start the game and were answered by the Hornet with a three run bottom half of the inning. The Hornet recovered over the second inning with six runs for there 9-8 lead before the Badgers open up a can in the sixth with eight runs to steal the lead late.

During that game the Badger's Champagne took the pitching win allowing 21 hits, 11 earned runs and one walk striking out six.

Sydney Young took the loss for the Hornet giving up 16 hits, 16 runs (15 earned) and six walks while striking out nine over her six innings.

At the plate in game one the Badgers' Payette went three for three with two runs and one RBI. Wells was three of five with two runs and two RBI while Bloster went three of five with two runs and three RBIs.

The Hornets' A. Griffen was three of four with three runs. C. Griffen was three of five with one run and two RBIs while Umentum went four of five with two runs and three RBIs.

Game two was all Niagara as the wore out Hornets struggled to keep pace in the way they did over the first game.

After five inning the Badgers were victorious 12-1.

Champagne took the win pitching for the Badgers in game two, giving up three hits and one earned run while striking out four.

Umentum took the loss allowing eight hits, 12 runs (10 earned) and six walks while striking out four.

At the plate the Hornets' Young, Umentum and Sexton all posted one of two showings.

Niagara's Bloster went wild at the plate in game two going three of three with a run and five RBIs.



Peshtigo Drops Packerland Tilt to Kewaunee 9-3

Kewaunee topped Peshtigo 9-3 on the softball diamond, as Peshtigo just couldn't get its bats hot enough to match the Storm.

Peshtigo scored three in the fourth, but it wasn't enough. Karli Cahill started things off with a triple, Allison Dudka singled and Grace Meyers singled to get things rolling. It would stop in that inning, however.

Kewaunee had scored one in the first, two in the second and three in the fourth. The Storm sealed it out with a three-run sixth.

Cahill had four hits in the game to lead Peshtigo. Meyers had two hits and Mattie LaCoursiere had three, including an RBI.

Sydney Lund added an RBI.

Meyers started as Peshtigo's pitcher and took the loss.



Bulldogs Blank Blazers

20-0 in Three Innings

Peshtigo's win over NEW Lutheran on Tuesday took just three innings, as Peshtigo put the foot on the gas and never looked back, winning 20-0.

In the first inning, Dreya Detry was hit by a pitch, then four straight Bulldogs walked to get things going. McKenna Evancheck had the only Peshtigo hit of the inning, but that was all it took, as NEW couldn't find the strike zone.

Peshtigo got five more in the second inning, with three walks once again helping the cause.

In the third, saying Peshtigo took care of business would be an understatement, as they scored 10 runs to make it an early night at the ballpark.

The inning actually started with an out, but seven straight Bulldogs then reached base. It was a full team effort, as Peshtigo got at least one run from every spot in the lineup.

Grace Wickman and Kennedy Chmela scored three each runs and Karli Cahill scored four to lead the way for Peshtigo.

Detry, Allison Dudka, Grace Meyers and Evancheck each scoring two runs. Lexi Kehoe and Gabby Blokowiak each scored one run.

Meyers started at pitcher for Peshtigo. Her day was a fairly easy one, as she allowed just three baserunners and struck out three.



Hot Bats Help Marinette Take Two from Waupaca

Marinette's bats powered the Marines to a pair of big wins over Waupaca on Friday, 9-3 and 13-3.

Marinette's offense didn't start the day out hot. Jordan Boettcher singled and scored in the first inning but Waupaca matched it in the bottom half of the frame. Both teams scored in the third, with Hannah Ebsch hitting an inside-the-park home run.

Marinette scored one more in the fourth, but things came alive in the seventh.

The Marines compiled seven hits in the inning, including four of the extra-base variety, scoring six runs.

Maya Carviou ripped a triple to start things off, scoring on a single by Boettcher and Tatum Ihde doubled to score Boettcher.

Matti Renikow doubled home a run and Bailie Thielen doubled home two in the inning.

Sydney Nemetz started and got the win, going seven innings, allowing three runs on four hits and three walks. She struck out four.

Boettcher went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI, while Ihde, Renikow and Ebsch each chipped in two hits. Ihde and Ebsch had two RBIs apiece and Renikow had one.

"I was proud of the response of our girls after a tough loss on Tuesday," Marinette coach Josh Lacy said. "We had to battle hard in the first game, but still had the game in hand before the bats finally put it away in the seventh inning. Then we were able to keep the momentum going in game two and turn a good day into a great day,"

Thielen started the five-inning second game, allowing three runs on four hits and two walks. She struck out three and got the win.

Both teams scored two in the first inning, with Ebsch hitting her second inside-the-park home run of the day.

Marinette scored two more in the third from Renikow and Lexi Kacalo.

The third inning was Marinette's best, as it scored nine to all but put the game away.

Marinette drew four walks, got two hits from Kacalo, including a two-RBI double and RBI single and a triple from Renikow.

Ebsch went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, Carviou was 3-for-3 with an RBI and two runs, Renikow went 2-for-2 with two runs and two RBIs and Kacalo went 2-for-2 with three RBIs.


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Beecher Lake Annual Meeting, Potluck Picnic Sat., Aug. 31

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Brat Fry To Support Homecoming Festivities

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West Shore Fishing Museum Social Sept. 1

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North Country Kickers Start Dances on Sept. 4

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Chute Pond Bar Benefit Golf Events


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