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Issue Date: May 2, 2019

Peshtigo Pounds N.E.W. by 10 on the Road

Peshtigo got its fourth win and third of the 10-run-rule variety in the past seven days with a 15-5 win over NEW Lutheran on Tuesday.

NEW's Marshal Bukowski took the loss on the mound, but he also turned in three RBIs on the offensive side.

Peshtigo actually fell behind 4-0 after two innings, but the Bulldogs wouldn't stay down. The tide began to turn in the third.

Zack Wallin singled and Travis Plym walked to get things started. Then, as he's done so many times this year for Peshtigo, Nick Nielson doubled home them both. He scored on a Brody Heroux sac fly.

In the fourth, Darren Dionne and Jake Gordon both reached on errors and came around to score. Peshtigo got eight in the fifth, starting with Nolan Lemke. He singled, then Mitchell Peters did the same. Dionne walked and Gordon doubled home two. Wallin would single twice in the inning, as would Gordon, who had four RBIs in the inning.

At the top of the order, Plym, Nielson and Brandon Eick kept things going until it got around to Lemke and Peters, who each singled and scored their second runs of the inning.

Nielson had five RBIs in the game with two runs on a 3-for-4 night.

Lemke, Peters, Dionne, Gordon, Wallin and Plym each scored twice. Wallin had three hits.

Heroux and Dionne combined to pitch the five innings, allowing five runs (two earned) on four hits and three walks, with eight strikeouts.



Crivitz Overcomes Wuasaukee

The Crivitz Wolverine baseball team traveled to Wausaukee Tuesday night to take on the Rangers who they defeated 4-1.

The full seven inning game saw the Wolverines and Rangers start a bit on the slow side as neither team was able to record a run till the fourth inning.

In that inning The Wolverines got one across over the top while the Rangers answered in the bottom half with one of their own.

Crivitz's two run fifth helped make a little wiggle room for the guys in blue and gold while Wausaukee struggled to get their bats going. A final run in the seventh by the Wolverines brought the game to its final readout of 4-1.

Jaden Werner was perfect at the plate in his three appearances while getting two runs.

Andrew Schroeder was the sharpest hitter of the night for the Rangers, going two of three with one run.

Werner bagged the mound win allowing five hits, one earned run while striking out 10.

Schroeder gave up three hits and three runs (two earned) and four walks while striking out five over his four innings.



Marinette Drops Doubleheader to Fox Valley Lutheran

It's hard to overcome an eight-run inning.

That's exactly what the Marinette Marines were tasked with doing against Fox Valley Lutheran on Saturday.

Marinette looked to be cruising early, taking a 5-1 lead after a three-run third inning helped along by three FVL errors to score Tyler Fayta, Nate Stewart and Trey Bretl. Joe Bezio scored on a Stewart single in the fourth, but the fifth wasn't quite so good for Marinette.

Bretl, who had been rolling along on the mound, ran into trouble in the fifth, with two hit batters, a walk and an error supplementing a handful of FVL singles, leading to eight runs in the inning.

Marinette got one run from Wil LaLonde in the seventh, but things ended 9-6 in favor of the Foxes.

Marinette just never got the offense going in the second game, falling 5-1. FVL again had a big inning, this time going for a total of four runs in the second. In the third, the Foxes got number five and never looked back.

Marinette had just one hit in the game, as Isaiah Ulman threw seven innings of really solid ball.

"We didn't play terrible baseball, we just had a hard time getting the offense going today," Walters said. He referenced a bases loaded situation in the fourth, where Marinette managed its only run but couldn't plate any more.

"One hit in that situation right there changes the entire ballgame," he said.

Stewart took the loss, allowing four runs (two earned) on three hits and two walks over an inning and a third.

He did have Marinette's only hit in the game.



Bulldogs Stop Storm in Rain Shortened Game 6-2

Rain cut things short for Peshtigo and Kewaunee on the baseball diamond Thursday, but it goes down as a win all the same for the Bulldogs.

Both teams scored one in the second inning, with Peshtigo scoring on a Brody Heroux walk and Mitchell Peters RBI hit.

In the third, Travis Plym walked and scored on a fielder's choice. Kewaunee scored one in the fifth, but Peshtigo got four.

Zack Wallin walked, Plym doubled and Nick Nielson singled them both home. He scored a run, as did Brody Heroux, with a Nolan Lemke double wrapping up the inning.

Heroux pitched a complete game, striking out two, walking four and allowing just one hit.

Peshtigo had just four hits, but the Bulldogs generated plenty of offense in the win.



Niagara Takes The Sting Out of Gillett/Suring

Earlier this season the Niagara Badgers traveled to Gillett/Suring where they obliterated the Honerts in a 10-0 blowout. Now its a few weeks later and the Hornets are renewed and have a new stinger ready for the attack. Thursday night those Hornets came up a bit short of the still tough Badgers who were victorious 4-3.

A considerable improvement for the Hornets, who looked a bit anemic to start the season, but with the warming temps we are seeing a strengthen Hornet squad.

Were it not for a tricky run scored by the Badgers over the first, this game would have went to extra innings That one run first inning lead was scored by Niagara's Landen Kaldor who walked to lead off the bottom of the first. in the next at bat he stole second, then he stole third and went home off a tag up for that 1-0 lead.

Gillett's Hischke must have taken the run personally because the next four inning saw him regain composure, sending six back to their dugout with "K's". In fact the bottom of the fourth saw him strike out the three Niagara hitter in order.

But pitching wasn't just great from the Hornet bullpen, it was amazing from the Badgers as well who saw their ace Athony Hansen strikeout eight over his four and a third innings, which included a three strikeout inning during the second.

It looked as if the Badgers were going to run away with the match in the sixth as Josh Weber, Hansen and Ethan Sweig all crossed home for a 4-0 lead. Hansen had the one RBI of the inning.

But The Hornets fired back with a strong finish in the seventh. Hitchhike got things going in the rally with a single to right field followed by Guillioni on a single to left. Breed made it on base due to a defensive error before Hischke crossed in on that same error. Bjellanz swatted the two RBI single to bring the Hornets to a 4-3 deficit. Unfotuatley Bjellanz was started on second in the next at bat which resulted in the games final out.

At the plate Gillett/Suring's Hischke was two of three with one run while Bjellanz was one of three with two RBIs.

Niagara was led by Landen Kaldor and Ethan Sweig who both posted one of two showings with one run apiece. Hansen finished the evening with Niagara's only RBI which came out of a one of three performance.

Pitching was great from both mounds in this one but it was Hanson who secured the win in his eight "K", one hit day.

Hischke got saddled with the loss even after a great effort. as he allowed only five hits and four runs (two earned) while walking three. He struck out a totals of eight hitters over his four and a third innings. Coming in at relief for the Badgers was Landen Kaldor who applied the pressure allowing no hits and striking out three over his one and two third innings.



Coleman Boys Get Back to Form with Big Win Over Wausaukee

The Coleman Cougars posted a 24-7 win over the visiting Wausaukee Rangers Thursday afternoon.

Nick Teteak was an RBI machine on Thursday, driving in four on three hits to lead Coleman . Teteak drove in runs on a home run in the second, a double in the fourth, and a double in the fourth.

An early lead helped propel the Cougars to victory. Coleman scored on an error, a single by Trevor Risner, a single by Zablocki, a single by Karson Casper, a single by Brandon Engels, a groundout by Seth Seefeldt, and a groundout by Hunter Woulf in the first inning.

The Cougars scored 12 runs in the fourth inning. The big inning was thanks to singles by Risner, Mason Risner, Tyler Blanchard, Sam King, and Engels, doubles by Teteak, Casper, and Teteak, by Easton Sailer, and a fielder's choice by Risner.Seefeldt got the win for Coleman. He surrendered three runs on four hits over four innings, striking out four and walking zero. Cayden Bintz threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.Schroeder took the loss for Wausaukee. He went two innings, allowing 12 runs on six hits and striking out one.

Coleman hit one home run on the day. Teteak went deep in the second inning.

The Cougars totaled 17 hits. Teteak, Engels, Blanchard, Zablocki, Risner, and Casper all managed multiple hits for Coleman Cougars Varsity. Engels and Teteak each collected three hits to lead Coleman.

Wausaukee collected eight hits on the day. Gruszynski and Schroeder each collected multiple hits for Wausaukee.



Coleman Takes Down Niagara

The Coleman Cougars are starting to display dominance in the M&O circuit as they took down the Niagara Badgers 7-1 Tuesday night in Niagara.

Though Niagara was to fall by six runs, they started with a nice snap as Landen Kaldor bunted for a lead off base. Josh Weber got the speedy base staler into position before whacking a double to centerfield for the 1-0 first inning lead.

Then it was all defense till the fourth when the Cougar hitting machine started to fire up. Seth Seefeldt reached first off an error to lead off the inning and scored off another error in the next at bat. During that at bat Hunter Woulf also reached base on an error by the Badgers. Tyler Blanchard walked next and both base runners were brought to the plate off a Zach Zablocki single to center.

The nice inning gave the Cougars the 3-1 lead, which they increased in their next inning.

Seefeldt got this inning rolling as well, hitting a single to get the Cougars first runner of the inning on. He again scored due to an error. Blanchard got a base due to an error as well and was brought in off a Trevor Risner single to right field. Nick Teteak walked and scored on yet another error.

After that fateful fifth for the Badgers the Cougars had pretty much secured the 7-1 victory.

The mound win went to Coleman's Seefeldt who allowed just three hits and one earned run while walking two. Her struck out five on the night.

Anthony Hansen took the loss over his four innings. He gave up three hits, three runs and two walks while striking out four.

At the plate the Badgers' Weber was one of two with an RBI. Logan Carlson was one of three while Landen Kaldor was one of four with one run.

Coleman's Seefeldt ended the evening two of four at the plate while posting two runs. Zablocki went one of four with two RBIs.



Maroons Drop GNC Conference Game to Flivvers

Menominee allowed 16 hits to Kingsford on Friday, allowing the Flivvers to pile up 17 runs in a Great Northern Conference loss Friday.

The Flivvers had a 13-3 lead after four innings. Menominee got its offense going, but not early enough or strong enough, as Kingsford finished the game with a 17-10 win.

Menominee got one in the fifth, one in the sixth and five in the seventh.

Hunter Goldschmidt took the loss for Menominee, allowing five runs in an inning of work. He allowed three hits and four walks.

Zach Starzynski, Keagan Monroe and Carter Berger had two hits apiece for Menominee and Keaton Uecke added three RBIs. Monroe scored twice and Berger had two RBIs.



Bulldogs Blast Blue Devils 15-2 on the Road

Peshtigo's pitchers combined to throw a five-inning no-hitter against Oconto on Friday, but that wasn't the story of the game, a 15-2 Bulldogs win.

Against Oconto hurler Bennett Frazer, Peshtigo got three runs on the board in the first inning, with Travis Plym walking, Nick Nielson and Brandon Eick singling and a couple of errors helping the Bulldogs out.

Frazer was out of the game in the second inning and the Bulldogs pounced on the next man up, scoring three in the third with Nolan Lemke, Darren Dionne and Mitchell Peters each scoring runs. In the fourth, Peshtigo added seven more, with two in the fifth to end things early.

Nielson had four hits, three runs and an RBI in the game, Peters had an RBI and two runs on three hits and Eick had three RBIs and a run with three hits. Jared Potkay, Lemke and Plym each had two hits.

Lemke had two RBIs and two runs, as did Dionne.

"Oconto's got a really nice pitcher in Bennett Frazer. It was the fourth game we've played this week and to me, kind of a trap game, but our guys came in really good mentality in the first inning, we put the ball in play," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "They made a lot of errors, but we put the ball in play, we made them make those errors. We got on Bennett early and got him out of the game in the second inning and from there we just kept our foot on the gas pedal."

Lemke and Dionne had a combined no-hitter. Lemke went four, striking out six and allowing one run and Dionne pitched one inning, allowing one unearned run.

The pair didn't allow a hit, but they walked seven.

"It is a 10-run rule, you're happy about that, but we walked six batters in five innings, which is way too many and our pitchers know that," Henrigillis said. "It was a good game, our hitters did well, but there's always something you can improve on and we could have thrown more strikes."



Bulldogs Stay Hot, Run Rule Wolves 11-1

Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis put his faith in freshman pitcher Landon Lemke once again on Saturday. Once again, he was not let down, as Peshtigo defeated Algoma 11-1 in five innings.

Algoma scored a run in the first inning off two walks and no hits, but that was it for the Wolves.

"You walk two or three batters in a game, we can live with that," Henrigillis said. "He did a really good job."

It also helps when your offense puts up eight runs in the first inning, which is what the Bulldogs did.

Nick Nielson started things off with a double, Brandon Eick singled and the Bulldogs were off to the races. Nielson, Brody Heroux, Lemke, Mitchell Peters, Darren Dionne, Jake Gordon, Zack Wallin and Travis Plym would all score runs in the inning, with Nielson doubling for the second time in the inning to add two RBIs to his total and wrap things up for Peshtigo in the inning.

That was more than enough for Lemke and the Peshtigo defense.

"It's easy when we come out and we score eight runs. That takes a lot of pressure off a pitcher but Landon still executed his game plan," Henrigillis said. "Today was Landon's best game pitching-wise. He threw his most strikes of the year and he let his defense play."

Peshtigo got three in the third inning and went home early.

Nielson had two hits, two RBIs and two runs, Gordon went 2-for-3 with two runs and Wallin was 2-for-3 with a run and RBI and Dionne had three RBIs.

Lemke walked just two batters, allowed two hits and struck out six over five innings.



Oconto Falls Drops Tight 1-0 Contest to Lux Casco

Friday was not the Oconto Falls Panthers' night.

The Panthers dropped a 1-0 game to Luxemburg-Casco and had another game called off due to darkness while tied at four to leave them 0-and-1 on the night despite playing some good baseball.

In game one, a Lux-Casco single in the third inning brought across the only run of the evening to cancel out a good performance from Connor Peetz, who allowed five hits and four walks, striking out seven.

Tucker Bouche went 2-for-3 for Oconto Falls, which played error-free baseball in the game.

Bouche was good once again in game two, going 3-for-4. Braden Uelman went 2-for-4 with two RBIs on a double in the third.

While Oconto Falls again made no errors in the field, Panthers coach Charles Rochon cited baserunning errors for the Panthers as a contributor to the tie.

Oconto Falls scored three in the third inning, but Lux-Casco one-upped the Panthers with four in the fourth. The Panthers knotted things up at four in the sixth inning, but the game was called after the seventh due to darkness.


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