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Meyers Fires No Hitter To Power Bulldogs Past Clippers

Issue Date: April 25, 2019

Peshtigo pitcher Grace Meyers fired a no-hitter in an 11-0 win over Sturgeon Bay on Monday.

Meyers struck out six batters, allowing seven walks on the day. No runner made it past third base however, preserving her shutout.

"No one was thinking no-hitter," coach Tom Christensen said. "She was not happy she gave up some walks, but I told her "you walked a bunch, but that's why you have all these other girls behind you to play defense,' and then realized after the game that the no-hitter was there, so we're happy for her, and [let's] keep it rolling."

On the offensive side of things, Peshtigo's bats were somewhat quiet until the fifth inning, when the Bulldogs ended things early with seven runs. Peshtigo did score a couple of early runs, which Christensen said was important.

In the fifth, all eight Peshtigo batters reached base, with no outs made.

Kennedy Chmela went 3-for-3 with three runs, three steals and an RBI.

"She's been hitting the ball," Christensen said. "We played six games now and we're just starting to get in the flow and hopefully with that big win, playing a defensively a clean game, we can keep it going."

Grace Wickman was 1-for-2 with two runs and McKenna Evancheck was 1-for-2 with two runs.

Karli Cahill had two RBIs. Mattie Lacoursiere ended the game early with a bases-clearing double in the fifth.

Wickman and LaCoursiere are two more players that Christensen mentioned as hitting the ball well lately.



Peshtigo Defeats

Bonduel


The Peshtigo Bulldogs defeated the visiting Bonduel Bears Tuesday night 11-1.

The win came behind some amazing hitting from the lineup as well as superlative pitching from the circle where Grace Wickman showed off her dominance.

"It was a chance to get some players that don't get a lot of playing time out there, said Peshtigo Coach Tom Chriottensen. "I feel the girls stepped in and played one heck of a game. Everybody played and did well. Everybody that played contributed and give us some great performances. Pitching is working for us and the girls are just having fun right now."

Peshtigo got the boards blinking over the second inning with a strong five run showing. Karli Cahill walked to get the scoring run going with a walk. Gabby Blohowiak was hit by a pitch while Paige Dolota walked. Mattie Lacoursiere swatted a two RBI single while Dreya Detry hit a two RBI double. Grace Wickman made it a 5-0 game with an RBI single .

Claire Gehm scored Bonduel's only run of the evening during the second.

Over the third inning the Bulldogs went back to work as Blohowiak hit a single followed by Dolota on a single. Wickamn bright them both home off a single.

Grace Meyers, Cahill and Dolota all crossed home during there fourth for the final 11-1 readout.

"This win is actually a big win," said Christensen. "When looking to regionals, tiebreakers come up, and we beat them here so it will help."

Wickman was the evenings winning pitcher.



Crivitz Girls Too

Much For Oneida Nation


The Crivitz Wolverine girrls got on the winning track Thursday afternoon when they took on the Oneida Nation Thuhderhawks who they handedly defeated 14-4.

For the Wolverines it was really a two inning game in the sense that all the action happened pretty much within the first and fourth innings.

Starting off the first inning for the Wolverines was Emily Bublitz who led off with a single. Riley Mueller followed with another single while Jasmine Zach hit a single to bring home Bublitz.

Kieren Gribben showed off her slugging abilities with a double to deep center to score two runs. Sarah Bublitz brought in Gribben on a double while Brooke McFadden recorded a two RBI triple to end the innings scoring.

The Thunderhawks posted two over the third inning before the Wolverines split the game wide open with a seven run fourth inning. Zach clubbed a three run homer to highlight that innings scoring. Morgan Gyger, Bailey Bemis and Emily Bublitz all swatted out RBIs in the inning with Bublitz getting two off her single.

At the plate Crivitz's Zach was hard to stop as she finished the night three of four for two runs and four RBIs. Emily Bublitz was two of three with two runs and two RBIs while Sarah Bublitz was two of three with three runs and an RBI.

Oneida's M. Barber was two of three with a run and an RBI. M'Kenzey Ackley was two of two with two runs.

In the pitchers circle the Wolverine's Mueller struck out six while allowing seven hits, four earned runs and three walks.

Ackley took the loss for the Thunderhawks giving up 16 hits, 14 earned runs and six walks while striking out one.



Coleman Blanks

Gillett/Suring


The Coleman Cougars' Cameron Compe pitched a fine game last Thursday evening when she handed the visiting Gillett/Suring Hornets a crushing 15-0 loss.

Compe struck out three while walking one and allowing three hits in her pitching win for the Cougars.

Sydney Young was saddled with the loss as she gave up nine hits, 11 earned runs and two walks while striking out three.

Lauren Osterberg was sharp at the plate with a two of two showing. She had two singles, one double and three RBIs.

Compe was two of two with two doubles and an RBI while Maddy Hoida posted a one of two showing for one triple and four RBIs.

The three Gillett/Sruring hits were off the bats of Angel Griffen, Young and Kylee Smith.



Algoma Defeats

Oconto 6-1


The Algoma Wolves travled to Oconto Thursday night to take on the Blue Devils who were shot down by the Wolves 6-1.

Agloma got an early lead rolling in the second, adding onto a first inning run they held the lead after two 3-0.

Another three runs were tallied in the sixth inning to give the Wolves a 6-0 lead before Oconto managed to squeak one across the plate in the sixth.

Morgan Durand got the one RBI for the Blue Devils, bringing in Sohrweide.

Algoma's Prokash to the win allowing four hits and one run over six innings. She also struck out 10 Blue Devils.

Oconto's Susa got slapped with the loss as she gave up eight hits, six runs (three earned) while stinking out four would be hitters.



Wausaukee Starts

Strong, Blows

Out Niagara


The Wausaukee Ranger softball squad looked tough last Friday evening when they fired away in a 11-3 victory over the hosting Niagara Badgers.

Allison Versaskas got things moving for the Rangers in the first when she swatted a double. Kalyn Schlies followed her up with a nice single to bring her home. Kyle Smith also hit an RBI helping to bring the Rangers to an early 2-0 lead.

Niagara returned fire in the second inning with three runs, Unfottunalty that was it for the Badgers, who struggled to get their fens rolling over the remaining innings.

During that three run inning for Niagara Destiny Bourassa stole her way to third base before being brought home off a Marissa Blotke RBI. Jaydin Maki recorded a run off a wild pitch.

Madelyn Schliess made it a tie game in the bottom half of the inning when she single and was RBIed in by Natalie Grutza.

After a short stall in the action the Rangers fired up over the sixth. K. Schlies, Kylee Smith, Amber Caylor, Avery Bartles, M Schlies and Grutza all crossed the plate in the inning for there 9-3 lead.

Kylee Smith ended the game with a home run that also brought in K. Schlies who had reached base off an error.

Taking the pitching circle win was Versaskas who struck out five while allowing eight hits, three earned runs and three walks over her seven inning win.

The Badgers' Champagne pitched five and a third innings in her loss to the Rangers. She gave up 10 hits, eight earned runs and no walks while striking out three.

At the plate the Badgers were led by Noelle Champagne with a two of four showing.

Wausaukee's Smith was two of three with two runs and four RBIs. M. Schlies went three of four with two runs and two RBIs while Steph Murray finished the evening two of two with one run and one RBI.



Crivitz Shutsout

Stephenson


The Crivitz Wolverines posted a solid 15-0 win over the Stephenson Eagles Saturday afternoon in Crivitz.

The three inning game saw the Wolverines score four over the first inning, four over the second inning and seven over the closer for the shutout win.

During the first inning the Wolverins saw Riley Mueller score off a steal, Jasmine Zach off a Sarah Bublitz RBI and Kieren Gribben off another stolen base. Sara Bublitz made it a 4-0 lead when she crossed home off a Brooke McFadden single.

The second inning saw Zach score again, this time off a Sarah Bublitz single. Bublitz, Morgan Gyger and McFadden all crossed home off of Guns' three run double.

Over the final inning Guns swatted another excellent hit, getting two more RBIs off her single.

Taking the pitching win was Srah Bublitz who nearly tossed a no-hitter, giving up just one hit and one walk while striking out four.

Justine Havelka posted the loss in the pitchers circle allowing 15 hits, 15 runs (15 earned) and five walks while striking out one.

At the plate the Wolverines were led by Zach with a three of four showing. She had three runs and one RBI. Guns was two for two at the plate with one run and five RBIs.

Autumn Rasner posted the only hit for the Eagles.



Crandon

Defeats Crivitz


In a Saturday of action packed softball the Crivitz Wolverines saw their strong start against the Stephenson Eagles disappear as the Crandon Cardinals set them down 8-5.

Brandon posted one run over the first inning, two over the fourth and five over the fifth before the Wolverines were able to get their bats warmed up.

Starting in the sixth the Crivitz girls got Kiren Gribben onnbase with a single and brought her home off a Brooke McFadden RBI single.

During the seventh the Wolverines showed a bigger spark as they got four more. Mueller started the late game rally with a single followed by Zach on a walk. Griffin brought in Mueller with a double while Morgan Gyger brough in Zach off a single. Sarah Bublitz posted an RBI single while;e Sianna Guns swatted a double to bring in Bublitz.

The Wolverines' Mueller took the pitching loss giving up 10 hits, eight runs (eight earned) and three walks while striking out seven.

Micasslyn Crawford took the win allowing 13 hits, five runs (five earend) nd three walks while striking out eight.

At the plate the Wolverines saw Gribben go perfect at the plate with a four of four showing. with two runs and RBI while Sarah Bublitz went two of three with one run and one RBI.



Coleman Takes

Down Menominee 4-0


The Coleman Cougar softball squad secured a 4-1 win over the Menominee Maroons this past week.

The Coleman Cougars were led at the plate by Caitlyn Huberty with a two of three showing. Cameron Compe went one of three with a double and an RBI while Sierra Pashek went one of three with one RBI. Maddy Hoida went one of three with a double.

Cameron Compe was the games winning pitcher with two hits allowed and no earned runs.



Wausaukee Defeats

Lena/STAA 15-0


The Wausaukee Ranger softball squad went wild on Lena/STAA Monday evening, posting a 15-0 shutout win.

Wausaukee scored nine in the first, five in the second and one in the third for the 15-0 win.

At the plate Wausaukee's Allison Versaskas was three of three with two runs and an RBI. Callie Orlando was one of one with two runs and an RBI.

Versaskas took the mound win allowing no hits, on runs and one walk while string out three.



Coleman Puts

Down Niagara


The Coleman Cougars got a nice 13-2 win over the visiting Niagara Badgers Monday night.

"I told the girls we were going to need 10 runs to win this game at a minimum," said Niagara Head Coach Duane Blagec. "I feel i was pretty spot on with that assessment. Coleman hits the ball and hits it notoriously we just did;t match them We gave them too many unearned runs. Not to take anything away from Coleman. They are a great ball team. If you give Coleman more than three runs and inning your team in in trouble."

And Coleman currently put the Badgers in the trouble zone as they piled on runs.

"The kids played pretty well today," said Coleman Headf Coach Jean LeVash. "But thats what an early home run will do for a team. Overall they hit very well."

At the plate the Cougars were near unstoppable as Michaela Heitler led the way with a two of two showing. She had one home run, one triple and three RBIs. Lauren Osterberg followed her up with a two of two showing with two RBIs while Sierra Pashek went three of four with two doubles and two RBIs. Caitlin Huberty posted a three of four showing with a triple in the process.

"I had two pinch hitters in the later inning hit really well," said LeVash. "Mckenzie Champagne had a nice hit and Hailey got that triple on that error. The two hitter that came in did great."

Compe took the evenings pitching win with five strikeouts to her name. She gave up four hits along the way.

"Our defense has been pretty good," said LeVash. "Cameron has really been pitching well. She has a great defense behind her. She has been pitching strikes and doing her job, again I have t say that the defense behind her is just so good. It gives her so much confidence and helps her relax knowing that her defense won't let her down."

Noellle Champagne took the loss for the Badgers allowing 14 hits, 13 runs (12 earned) and one walk while string out five.

"Our pitching is our strong point," said Blagec. "I currently have two pitchers that can really throw. Noelle Champagne did a good job today, she's a sophomore and is a great worker. Has a great change up and fastball. She's definitely one of out bright spots."

Coach Blagec took a moment to talk about how he feels his team is almost where they need to be. "I keep telling the girl we are so close to becoming a great team, " siad Blagec. "But it's that dreaded word, almost. Almost just doesn't cut it. Go home and tell your wife you almost love her and you'll find out how almost doesn't but it. We have more work to do and we will do it."



Gillett/Suring Blows

Out Lena/STAA


The Lena/STAA girls were unable to get things going Tuesday night as they fell hard to the Hornets of Gillett/Suring 20-1.

The Hornets posted five runs during the first before blowing the game wide open over the second with 15 runs.

The Cavaliers were only able to get one run during ht second from Johnson.

At the plate the Hornets' Griffen was two of two with three runs and two RBIs while Sydney Young went two of three with three runs and three RBIs.

Paige Krueger went one of one with three runs and two RBIs,



Oconto Falls

Defeats Freedom


The Oconto Falls girls barely squeaked by the Freedom Irish Tuesday night when they defeated the invading Irish 2-1.

Oconto Falls scored their first run during the third inning for the 1-0 lead while Freedom answered in the fourth with one run. The Panthers finished things off during extra innings, scoring the winning run during the 10th inning.

At the plate the Panthers' Fabry was three of five. Shallow went tow of three with a run while Helmle was one of four.

In the pitcher';s circle the Panthers' Tolzman took the win allowing two hits, one run and five strikeouts.

Freedom's Bork took the loss giving up eight hits, two runs and four walks while sticking out 11.





Menominee Drops Two

to Tow Rivers




The Menominee Maroons' offense couldn't keep up with Two Rivers, falling 19-6 and 11-6 in a softball battle across state lines.

In game one, Hannah Harteau got the win for Two Rivers, allowing six runs on nine hits and one walk. It wasn't a bad performance for Menominee's offense, but it wasn't enough to support pitcher Sarah Barrette, who took the loss with 12 runs allowed in five innings.

Menominee hung around early, scoring three runs in the first inning after six by Two Rivers and another three in the second to trail 7-6 after two. Two Rivers really pulled away in the final inning, when it scored seven runs.

Kylie Wickstrom, Ashley Powell and Emma Anderson each had two hits for Menominee, Wickstrom and Powell each scored twice, with Powell adding two RBIs. Anderson had three RBIs.

In the second game, Izzy Berger took the loss for Menominee. Two Rivers scored two in the first and three in the third, with five in the sixth blowing things open.

Sarah Barrette went 3-for-3 with an RBI and run, Wickstrom and Powell each had two hits and Erin Barrette was 2-for-4 as well.


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