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Coleman Stays On Top of M&O with One Run Win Over Crivitz

Issue Date: May 9, 2019

Coleman Keeps Lead Alive With One Run Win Over Crivitz

The Coleman Cougars had their league lead seriously threatened last Monday night when the Crivitz Wolverines came to Coleman for a conference showdown. After the dust had settled Coleman had taken the win 1-0.

It was all about good pitching and sol.id defense thought, as neither team was able to get a run across till the final inning of the game.

The Wolverines saw their base runner stopped at second all night long while the Cougars joined them in this endeavor, never getting a runner past second, that is not until the seventh inning.

During the final half inning the Cougars looked to Mason Risner who was set to led off the seventh. He singled to center for the base, stole second, went to third on a passed ball and shot home off a Zach Zablocki single to left field, giving the Cougars the final inning one run win.

At the plate the Cougars Risner was one of three with one run. Zablocki was two of three with one RBI while Noah Nosgovitz posted a one of one showing.

The Wolverines were led by Jaden Werner and Jonah Behrendt who both posted one of two plate performances.

Taking the mound win for Colean was Seth Seefeldt who allowed two hits and three walks while striking out nine.

Werner was saddled with the loss giving up four hits and one earned run while striking out eight.



Wausaukee Posts Solid Win Over Niagara

The Niagara Badgers traveled to Wausaukee Thursday afternoon where they were handed a 9-4 loss by that tough and stingy Rangers.

Wausaukee opened the book on this one in the first inning, posting three runs over the bottom of the inning. They made it 4-0 game before the Badgers lit a small fire under themselves, getting a three run inning put together.

The Rangers went for one more run over the bottom of the third to make a little breathing room 5-3.

The closest the Badgers would get to meeting the lead was in the fourth when they closed the gap to 5-4.

Wausaukee however was able to muster a strong sixth inning push which saw four Rangers cross home for the win.

On the mound Landon Kaldor was slapped with a loss giving up 11 hits, nine runs (six earned) while striking out five and walking three.

Kyle Struve took the win for the Rangers allowing five hits, four runs (one earned) and four strikeouts while walking three.

At the plate Hayden Renikow was two of four with one run and one RBI.

Cole Caylor went one of two with two runs and one RBI while Andrew Schroeder was one of two with one run and two RBIs.



Gillett/Suring Gets Taken Down By Crivitz

The Gillett/Suring Hornets traveled to Crivitz Thursday afternoon to take on the Wolverines in a double header that saw the Wolverines victorious in game one 9-1 as well as game two 16-1.

Crivitz started their scoring early as the first inning saw Austin Burnside single to reach while scoring on a Chase Gosse single to center.

The Hornets tied things up over the second inning with an Ethan Hischke double that was turned into an RBI by teammate Brodie Zahn on a double.

Leading off the second for the Wolverines was Ethan Pelkin. The quick witted base runner took advantage of a few errors to work his way around the bases and score.

Errors seem to have quickly become a problem for the Hornets who witnessed the Wolverines run wild due to mistakes on their end.

Dawson Andrist reach base on a error during the second while Burnside singled. Jade Werner also reached first off an error. Burnside brought in Andrist while He and Werner both scored off different errors.

Werner highlighted the third inning scoring run with a two run double to left field. The two to cross in off the hit were Andrist and Eli Gruszynski.

Burnside swatted in Alec Grandaw off a sacrifice fly to deep right field.

At the plate the Wolverines' Burnside was two of three with one run and two RBIs while Jonah Behrendt registered a two of three performance. Werner was one of four with one run and two RBIs.

The Hornets' Hischke was two of four with one run.

Hischke was saddled with the loss giving up eight hits, nine runs (one earned) and no walks while striking out six.

Burnside took the win for the Wolverines with three hits allowed all game. He gave up one earned run and four walks while striking out eight. Relief pitcher Alec Grandaw struck out three over his two innings.

Game two was more of the same as the Wolverines increased their scoring gap with a 16-1 final verdict.

Crivitz started strong and built momentum throughout as two runs crossed in the first, four in the second and six in the third. A final four run fourth gave them all they needed to overcome the Honrets one run bottom of the fourth.

During the second inning Wolverine Kougar Wagner slugged a three run double while Jaden Werner led the way during the third with a two RBI double. Werner repeated the feat during the fourth inning.

At the plate Pelkin was two of two for the Wolverines with two runs. Granada was also two of two with two runs but also had two RBIs to boot. Andrist was three of four with three runs and an RBI while Burnside went two of three with three runs and two RBIs. Werner needed the game with two runs and four RBIs during a two of three performance.



Crivitz Falls in High Scoring Shoot Out

It was the wild west in Crivitz last Friday as the Wolverines and the Vikings of Norway met to do non-conference battle. The game quickly turned into a full on shoot out as the Norway boys came out on top 11-10.

Crivitz was on the board first in this one as Jonah Behrendt hit a single to lead off the second. He went home on an Eli Gruszynski single to left field.

Crivitz made it a 3-0 lead during the third inning thanks to some good hitting. Jaden Werner led that inning off with a double to right field ands followed by Chase Gosse on a single. Behrendt whacked a sacrifice fly to left to bring in Werner while Chad Schroeder scored Gosse off a single.

Norway got things started in the fourth inning where they found a way to work in two runs, one of which found his way home after an over throw at first.

Crivitz continued their scoring march in the fourth with Dawson Andrist and Werner both crossing in off of errors.

At this point it looked as if the Wolverines were inccontrol, holdoing the 5-2 lead, but all that changed as the fifth played out.

Norway, behind some good hitting and a few errors from the Crivitz boys plugged through the deficit and scored eight fifth inning runs, holding the lead 11-5.

Crivitz's fifth was also quite exciting as they out across four runs.

Ethan Pelkin's sixth inning run off of Gruszynski's single gave the Crivitz boys the 11-10 deficit which they were unable to overcome.

Taking the win on the mound was Norway's Parker Lasater who came in for the win at relief. During his one inning he allowed one hit, two runs and one walk.

Kougar Wagner took the loss for the Wolverines giving up 14 hits, 11 runs (eight earned) and three walks while striking out two over his four and two thirds innings.

At the plate Norway's Chase Carlson posted a three of three day while getting one run and one RBI.

Gruszynski led the Wolverines with a three of four performance at the plate with one run and two RBIs. Werner went two of four with two runs and one RBI.



Coleman Falls in Non-Conference Match

The Coleman Cougars took a non -conference loss to the Wrightstown Tigers last Friday, 8-4.

Wrightstown took hold of the lead early and battled hard to keep the Cougars down. After a two run first by the Tiger, Coleman tied things up in the third with two of there own.

Coleman took the lead in the fourth with a single run while Wrightstown finished strong with two in the fifth and dour in the sixth.



Oconto Falls Defeated by Wrightstown

The Oconto Falls Panthers took a 7-3 loss to the Wrightstown boys Thursday night.

The Panthers started strong with a run in the first inning but were answered by Wrightstown with one of their own in the bottom of the inning. Oconto Falls posted two during the second.

Wrightstown opened the game up over the fifth with a five run inning that would prove to be too much for the Panthers to overcome.

Wrightstown's Ben Durocher took the pitching win while Oconto Falls' Connor Peetz took the loss.

 

Oconto Falls Shellacks Wausaukee

The Oconto Falls Panthers took it to the Wausaukee Rangers Saturday afternoon when they blasted the visiting Rangers with a 13-1 final verdict.

The Panthers posted six runs over the first inning while getting another two over the second inning. One over the third and four over the fourth gave the Panthers a nice 13-0 lead.

Wausaukee finally responded in the fourth inning with a single run.

At the plate the Panthers' Tucker Bouche struck out five while allowing one hit.

Wausaukee's Andrew Schroede took the loss.



Coleman Blows Out Lena/STAA

The Coleman Cougars had no troubles taking down the Lena/STAA Cavaliers Thursday night as they shellacked the home field Cavvies 18-1.

Coleman posted six runs to start the game off and added nine more in the second inning before closing the game up in the fifth with a single run.

Zack Zabolcki led the way at the plate with four hits while Seth Seefeldt posted two hits. Reiner went to the plate for three hits during the game.

"We got five boys to pitch today, We haven't had an opportunity to pitch like that this season yet,"m said Coleman Head Coach Kent Casper. "This was good for us. The most important thing is to get guys out there pitching. We have plenty of arms here its just that the weather hasn't allowed us to get guys out there."



Crandon Falls To Niagara

The Niagara Badgers were the victors after seven innings Tuesday night in Niagara, defeating the Cardinals 4-1.

Niagara held the lead early think to a first inning Josh Weber run which was brought in by Anthony Hansen.

The lead was increased to two during the second when Logan Bath scored of a sacrifice fly from Landen Kaldor.

Dawson Vanzke gave the cardinals their only run of the evening.

Niagara's Hansen made it a 3-1 lead in the fourth with a run off a Elliot Peterson single.

Ethan Sweig finished the nigh by swatting in Weber for the 4-1 lead.

Art the plate Niagara's Weber was one of two with two runs while Hansen went one of three with one run and one RBI.

Pitching for the win was Niagara's Hansen who allowed one hit and one walk while striking out 10. Crandon's Yazzie took the loss allowing three hits, three runs and two walks while striking out one.



Marines Win Second Meeting with Panthers 3-1

Trey Bretl worked around six walks to help the Marinette Marines defeat Oconto Falls on Tuesday, with the strikeout pitch working for the Marinette hurler.

Bretl pitched 5 2/3 innings, striking out nine batters, which helped him navigate six walks and three errors by the Marines, though he only allowed three hits.

Nate Stewart pitched the final 1 1/3, allowing no runs on two hits.

Tyler Fayta was the standout at the plate for Marinette, posting two hits and an RBI. Rylie Nelson went 1-for-2 with a walk and two runs scored.

Oconto Falls' braden Uelmen took the loss, though he wasn't half bad on the mound. He allowed two runs (one earned) in 3 2/3 innings, striking out four. Tucker Bouche pitched 3 1/3, allowing one run on two hits and three walks. He struck out five.

Falls got five hits, all from different players. Conner Peetz had an RBI in the third to tie things up at one apiece, but runs in the sixth and seventh put Marinette ahead.



Bulldogs Run Rule Wolves 12-0

Algoma was no match for the Peshtigo Bulldogs on Monday, as Peshtigo hung 12 runs on the Wolves in five innings.

Brody Heroux, Brandon Eick and Zack Wallin each had three hits for Peshtigo, which started things off with three runs in the first inning.

Nick Nielson, Eick and Brody Heroux each scored in the first inning, with Nielson and Travis Plym scoring runs in the second to extend the lead to five.

By that point, it was just about over the way Heroux was pitching.

He threw all five innings, allowing just six baserunners while striking out 11.

Eick scored three runs and posted two RBIs to go along with his three hits. Lemke and Nielson each scored two runs.

Zach Schmidt took the loss for Algoma.



Panthers Top Marines in NEC Match Up 10-4

Oconto Falls defeated Marinette 10-4 Monday behind a standout pitching performance from Connor Peetz.

He fired seven innings of one-run ball on the mound, striking out three. The run he allowed was unearned, as his defense committed two errors on the day. He allowed just four hits and one walk in the complete game win.

His offense helped him from the start, scoring six runs by the end of the third inning. He himself had two hits, a run and an RBI.

Braden Uelmen went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run and Tucker Bouche went 2-for-3 with two runs scored.

Marinette's lone run came in the seventh, when Joe Bezio reached and scored. Bezio also walked in the game.

Rylie Nelson took the loss, allowing six runs (five earned) on six hits and six walks, striking out five.



Peshtigo Drops Non Conference Match Up With Seymour

The Peshtigo Bulldogs fell in non-conference action against Seymour on Saturday, 10-8.

The Lemke brothers handled mound duties, with Nolan taking the loss on 2 1/3 innings, allowing five runs (four earned) on five hits and three walks. Landon allowed three runs in 4 2/3 innings of work, striking out three, walking four and working around seven hits.

After working through the first inning scoreless and allowing just one run in the second, Nolan Lemke ran into some trouble in the third, when Seymour scored four runs, batting around. In the fourth, Seymour got two more but Peshtigo scored three, with Peshtigo adding three more in the fifth to tie the game up.

Nick Nielson, Brody Heroux and Landon Lemke each scored runs in the fourth, with Heroux doubling home two runs in the fifth and coming around to score on a Lemke single in the fifth as well, tying up the ballgame.

Seymour got one run in the sixth and two in the third to take a three-run lead, but Peshtigo wasn't dead yet.

After Nielson walked, Brandon Eick crushed a home run to bring Peshtigo within a run with no outs in the seventh. After a strikeout, Lemke walked to put the tying run on base, but a fielder's choice and strikeout ended the game.

The loss was just Peshtigo's second of the year.



Peshtigo Takes Two from Sevastopol

The Peshtigo Bulldogs defeated Sevastopol in a two-inning game on Friday.

Peshtigo finished off a rain-delayed game from April 8 in tight fashion and took care of business a second game to add a pair of wins against a conference opponent.

When umpires called the game on April 8, the teams were tied 4-4. Sevastopol scored one more to put Peshtigo down 5-4 when the game resumed.

Peshtigo got two in the sixth, with Darren Dionne and Mitchell Peters walking and coming around to score. Sevastopol got one in the inning, but Peshtigo finished things off with a seventh inning run by Brody Heroux, his second of the game.

He went 3-for-4 in the game with two runs scored. Travis Plym went 3-for-3 with a run scored and two stolen bases.

"I'd been preaching to the boys for a week that this is a two inning game. Give them credit because they scratched a run across right away, so next thing we know, we're down 5-to-4 in the fifth inning and our boys did a really good job of responding," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "We put the ball in play, we put pressure on the defense and it was back and forth in a mini two-inning game and we luckily snuck one away. Our guys have done a good job the last couple weeks of putting the ball in play and that's exactly what we did the first game."

Nick Nielson, who Henrigillis said did a good job of being focused and prepared for the shortened game, got the win on the mound.

Game two was less stressful in the end, with the Bulldogs coming away with a 6-1 win.

Darren Dionne got the win, allowing no runs in 4 2/3 innings, striking out nine and allowing just one hit with no walks. Nielson pitched 2 1/3 and allowed one run on two hits and two walks.

It was a bit stressful to begin with, however.

Travis Plym singled and scored the game's first run in the first inning with a Nielson sacrifice fly, but Sevastopol quickly matched. It wasn't until the sixth inning that Peshtigo go things rolling. Dionne scored in the fifth, but Peshtigo got four in the sixth, with Dionne, Jake Gordon, Nolan Lemke and Brody Heroux each scoring runs, with two Sevastopol errors and three walks helping the inning along.

"We don't have the most hits, but some of these errors are not necessarily errors on the defense, these are kind of forced errors by us hitting the ball hard right at guys," Henrigillis said.

He added that it was encouraging to see the bottom of the order start swinging the bat well, with each of the bottom three hitters in the order posting hits on the day.

Peshtigo had just five hits in the game, but Dione, Zack Wallin and Darren Dionne were a big part of those five hits turning into six runs.



Waupaca Takes Doubleheader From Marinette

The Marinette Marines couldn't match Waupaca's offense in a pair of losses on the baseball diamond Saturday, falling 7-3 and 11-3.

In the first game of the day, Marinette took an early lead, but Waupaca scored seven over innings four through six to take a lead it wouldn't lose.

Trey Bretl was something of a hard-luck loser, as he posted four innings of two-run ball on just one hit and three walks.

At the plate, Nate Stewart gave Marinette a 2-for-4 performance, including a double and a run.

In game two, Marinette got two hits from Tyler Fayta, but Waupaca again got late offense to come away with the win.

The Marines scored two in the second inning from Joe Bezio and Asaia Polazzo to take a 2-1 lead, but Waupaca tied it in the third. In the fourth, the Comets scored four, adding on another five in the fifth to make it 11.

Fayta took the loss, allowing five runs on three hits and six walks, which would haunt him.

In the second game, Davis Levine gave Waupaca five RBIs.


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Peshtigo Times
841 Maple St
PO Box 187
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4541
Email:
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PeshtigoTimes.com

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