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Issue Date: May 24, 2018
Cougars Steal Stealthy Win Over Tigers
The Whrightstown Tigers and the Coleman Cougars battled it out Friday night in Coleman with the Coleman boys victorious after seven 2-1.
After the first inning both team had obtained just one run, but it was the Cougars who broke the tie in the fourth with a single run to take the lead and the eventual win.
At the plate Blake Forner bagged two hits while Cole Woulf recorded an RBI.
Pitching for the Cougar win was Austin Marquardt who struck out nine over his six innings. He had 16 first strike pitches.
Crivitz Melts To Xavier's Sweltering Attack
The Crivitz Wolverines couldn't hold off the Xavier boys Monday night as the home field Appleton boys burned the Wolverines in a 14-3 loss.
Xavier wasted no time in building up a sizable lead. After two innings they held the reins inn their hands 8-0.
The Wolverines did manage a moment of scoring during the fourth inning. Charlie Johnsen led off the inning with a walk while Ethan Pelkin reached on a walk. Cougar Wagner brought home Johnsen on a double to right field while Aaron Tormey brought in Pelkin off a single to left field.
Wagner made his way home off a wild pitch to narrow the lead to 14-3.
Johnsen was saddled with the loss for the Wolverines allowing two hits, eight runs (all earned) and five walks. Wagner who came in at relief struck out two while giving up five hits, six runs (all earned) and two walks.
At the plate Wagner was one of one with one RBI, Tormey was one of three with one RBI while Jakob Voss was one of three.
Xavier's Vandenhuevel was three of three with one run and 5 RBIs. Zach Weisgiber went three of four with two RBIs.
Wausaukee Falls To Oconto
The Wausaukee Rangers took a 6-0 loss to the visiting Oconto Blue Devils Tuesday evening.
Ocoonto got on the board first, posting a run over the third. they improved that mark over the final three innings with two scored in the fifth, one in the sixth and a final two in the seventh.
It was a tough day at the plate for the Rangers who produced just one hit on the day. It came off the bat of Kyle Struve who was one of two on the day.
Matthew Delfosse took the loss on the mound allowing five hits, three run (one earned) while striking out 11.
Winning pitcher was Oconto's Zach Sherman who posted seven strikeouts while allowing one hit and five walks.
Norway Takes Down Crivitz
The Norway Vikings hosted the Crivitz Wolverines Tuesday night and defeated them 9-5.
Norway posted three runs over the first inning, another in the second and three more in the fourth for a sizable 7-0 lead.
Crivitz got on the board in the fifth when Aaron Tormey walked followed by Jakob Voss on a single. Jaden Werner walked then Vinnie Jopek hit a single for two RBIs. Charlie Johnsen brought in Jopek off a single.
Before the end of the game Werner clubbed a home run deep over the left field fence. Unfotuanlty it was a single homer and the Wolverines came up short 9-5.
At the plate the Wolverines' Jopek was two of three with one run and two RBIs. Voss was two of four with one run while Johnsen was two of four with one RBI.
Marinette Splits a Pair with FVL
Marinette split with Fox Valley Lutheran over the weekend, taking the second game by a 5-3 score.
In game one, FVL won 4-3. Matt Eldredge started on the mound for the Marines, striking out five in six innings. He allowed four runs on nine hits and three walks.
Trey Bretl doubled for the Marines. Chris McKeever and Sam Gressel were each 1-for-2.
In the second game, Adam Wahl had a big 3-for-3 game to lead the way for Marinette. Eldredge doubled as well.
Bretl started game two for Marinette. He struck out six in his five innings of work, limiting the damage done by eight hits and two walks to allow just the three runs.
Maroons Take Down Cavaliers
Menominee finished off St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in just five innings on Friday, May 18, allowing just one hit in the game.
STAA's Jack Farley got the team's only hit, coming around to score in the first. Things were downhill from there for the Cavaliers, however.
Farley allowed nine runs on seven hits and five walks, starting in the second inning, when Menominee scored eight runs to take firm control of the game.
Keaton Uecke reached in all three of his plate appearances, going 2-for-3 with a run scored. Buddy Beyer was 2-for-3 with two runs scored and Jacob Rivard scored three times for the Maroons.
Dolata Leads Bulldogs Past Esky
The Peshtigo Bulldogs beat Escanaba on Friday behind a big game from Alex Dolata at both the plate and on the mound.
He pitched three scoreless innings of one-hit ball to get the win, while going 3-for-3 at the plate with two runs scored.
Things were scoreless for his team, however, until the third, when they got things going with four runs. Escanaba got one in the fifth, but it didn't matter, as the Bulldogs got two of their own in the bottom of the inning.
Mitchell Ahrens added two hits, a run and an RBI. Darren Dionne and Riley Reif had two RBIs apiece.
Peshtigo Pushes PastCrivitz at Fox Cities Stadium
The surroundings didn't change the way Peshtigo played against Crivitz on Saturday, as they defeated Crivitz 9-3 at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton.
The home of the Timber Rattlers was kind to the Bulldogs, who flipped their season script and scored some runs early, taking a 5-0 lead into the fourth inning.
Crivitz would take back three runs in the next two innings, but Peshtigo slammed the door with four runs in the final two innings.
Alex Dolata got the win in just one inning of work, allowing a run on a hit and a walk. He was one of six Bulldogs to step onto the mound as the Bulldogs conserve their arms for playoff competition.
Wolverine Jaden Werner didn't have any earned runs, but five did cross the plate in his four innings of work, giving him the loss.
Jacob Gordon was 2-for-2 in the game, while Nick Nielson and Riley Reif powered the team to the win with doubles and an RBI apiece. Dolata plated three teammates in the game to help his cause as the game's winning pitcher.
For Crivitz, Ethan Pelkin was 1-for-2 with an RBI.