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Peshtigo Piles Up Early Season Wins; Stays Undefeated

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

Bulldogs Send Pioneers Packing After Sweeping Double Header

Peshtigo defeated Sevastopol in Packerland Conference play on Friday, with a five-run fifth inning allowing the Bulldogs to win by a 10-0 mercy rule score.

The teams were scoreless after two innings, but Lexi Kehoe broke the tie in the third inning after doubling and coming around to score on a Karli Cahill double. The Bulldogs would score three more in the inning with Allison Peters and Bethany Ahrens both providing RBIs.

After a scoreless fourth, Peshtigo made sure they were done in five with five runs.

After a 6-3 putout to begin the inning, nine straight Bulldogs reached, with a couple of errors, walks, and hit-by-pitches helping the cause.

Grace Wickman did the pitching for Peshtigo, walking one batter in five innings and allowing two hits, both of which came on changeups, as the Sevastopol hitters had trouble with the fastball.

"Defensively, they didn't really hit the ball at us, but the times that they did, we made the plays," Peshtigo coach Bill Wickman said.

While the team got a 10-0 win, he said he'd like to see more at the plate from Peshtigo in terms of making solid contact.

"What I'd like to see now, is I'd like to see one through nine, our hitters be consistent and put the ball in play and hit the ball harder than we did," Wickman said. "We were out in front early and then all of the sudden our hands seemed a little slow, our bats were slow. That's got to change because if we're going to face a good team, we need to hit one through nine in the order."

Peters went 1-for-2 with two runs scored and an RBI, Kehoe went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs and Cahill was 1-for-4 with two RBIs.

In game two of the doubleheader, which doesn't count for the Packerland Conference standings, Peshtigo won 26-0, with the Bulldogs scoring three runs in the first, two in the second and blowing the game open with nine in the third.

After 12 in the fourth, the game was done and dusted.

In that game, every spot in the Peshtigo lineup scored at least two runs, with Peshtigo going up and down the lineup with walks and hits.

"Pitching, they really struggled," Wickman said. "We walked a lot, but we did have some really good hits."



Peshtigo - 30 

NEW Lutheran - 0

WP - Bethany Ahrens 3IP, 6K, 1BB, 2H, 0R, 0ER

Leading Hitters (Peshtigo): Allison Peters 2x3, 5R, 4RBI; Sydney Lund 1x1, 3R, 2RBIs; Ahrens 1x2, 3R, RBI



Coleman Defeats STAA/Lena

The Coleman Cougar softball team took an early season victory over the St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena Cavaliers Thursday afternoon 11-1.

In the pitching circle Coleman's Courtney DenRuyter secured the win allowing no hits and no runs while walking three and striking out six in her three innings. Chloe Dufeck pitched the other three innings allowing two hits and one earned run. She walked no one and struck out three.

At the plate Coleman's Cameron Compe was two for three with two RBIs and two runs. Both of her at bats resulted in doubles. DenRuyter was two of three with four RBIs and two runs while Paige Fischer was perfect in her two at bats.



Crivitz Takes Win Over Gillett/Suring

The Crivitz Wolverines had to keep their base runners moving in their contest with the Gillett/Suring Hornets last Thursday in Crivitz as they finished the high scoring shootout with the 12-9 final verdict.

Crivitz started the action in the first with one run. Tayah Werner reached off a walk before being brought in by Lilli Watson on a single to shallow left field. 

After a silent second inning the Hornets got on the board with a C. Griffin run. She reached base when she slapped a double to right field. Teammate Paige Kruger brought her in during the next at bat on a single to center.

Crivitz responded in the third inning opening the big scoring frame with a Watson single. Lexi Franzmeier brought her on off a double to left and was followed by Hailee Gyger on a single to center. Abrielle Bauer walked in the next at bat while Maddy Welty scored a run with her timely walk. Tayah Werner tallied an RBI with a single before Brooke McFadden helped to add one more run during the inning with a single to center.

Gillett/Suring's Smith and M. Vandevelde both scored during the fourth to bring the matches score to 5-3.

Nilea Guns and Franzmeier helped to increase the lead by two during the fourth.

Gillett/Suring's Umentum made a big play in the sixth inning with her team trailing 12-6. She connected on a pitch which she sent to right field for a single and two RBIs. Vandelvelde and Zahn both crossed in to narrow the lead to three before the last out.  

The win was taken by Crivitz's Riley Mueller who pitched an entire seven innings allowing nine hits and nine runs (seven earned). She allowed seven walks while striking out 10 would-be hitters.

Gillett/Suring's Umentum took the loss allowing 15 hits, 12 earned runs and 10 walks while striking out three.

At the plate, Crivitz's Tayah Werner went two for two with two runs and two RBIs. Lilli Watson was three for four with one run and one RBI while Lexi Franzmeier went three of four with three runs and two RBIs.

Gillett/Suring was led at the plate by Paige Kruger with her three of four performance. She had two runs and one RBI. K. Smith was two of two with one run while P. Zahn went two of four with a run.



Gillett/Suring 001 224 0 - 9 

Crivitz           104 223 x - 12

WP - Riley Mueller 7IP, 9R, 7ER, 10K, 7BB 

LP - Unmentum 6IP, 12R, 12ER, 3K, 10BB

Leading Hitters (Crivitz): Lilli Watson 3x5, 1R, 1RBI, Tayah Werner 2x5, 2R, 2RBIs; Lexi Franzmier 3x4, 3R, 2RBI; (Gillett/Suring): Krueger 3x4, 2R, RBI; Umentum 1x4, 2RBIs; Smith 2x2, R



Oconto Blows Out Sturgeon Bay in Doubleheader

The Oconto Blue Devil softball squad was nearly perfect in their doubleheader showdown with the Sturgeon Bay Clippers winning the first game 13-3 and the second game 15-0.

During game one Oconto's Annika Schleuter scored the win allowing one hit and three runs (two earned). She walked four and struck out two.

Sturgeon Bay's loss was tallied by Haese who allowed nine hits, 12 runs (9 earned) and six walks. She struck out three.

At the plate Oconto's Maggie Sohrweide was two of two with there runs and one RBI. McKenna Seidl was two of three with two runs while Hallie Wusterbarth was one of three with two runs and three RBIs.



Oconto -15

Sturgeon Bay - 0 

WP - Annika 4IP, 1H, 3R, 2ER, 2K, 4BB

Leading Hitters (Oconto): Maggie Sohrweide 2x2, 3R, RBI; Hallie Wusterbarth 1x3, 2R, 3RBI; McKenna Seidl 2x3, 2R



Crivitz Blows Out Bowler

The Crivitz Wolverines had a huge win over the visiting Bowler girls last Friday afternoon. Blasting the visiting team for a 24-2 win.

The game which lasted three innings saw the Wolverines score 3 runs on the first for a 3-1 lead before scoring 21 in the second inning to end the match due to the 10 run rule.

Bowler's Putnam took the loss allowing 12 hits, 22 earned runs and 12 walks while striking out one.

Crivitz's Riley Mueller notched the win allowing seven hits, two earned runs and two walks while striking out five.

At the plate Crivitz's Brooke McFadden went two for two with four runs and four RBIs. Mueller was two of two with there runs and four RBIS while Tayah Werner was two of two with four runs and two RBIs.

Bowlers T. Johnson was two of two at the plate with two runs.



Crivitz Wins Over Crandon In High Scoring Bout

The Crivitz Wolverines took a big win in a crazy match with the Crandon Cardinals Saturday afternoon 27-17.

The run-fest started in the first where Crandon tallied eight. They added three more in the top of second before Crivitz responded with a single run. Then came the bottom of the second when Crivitz tallied 16 runs. Another three in the third and four runs in the fifth and sixth inning would ensure Crivitz's massive tally win.

At the plate, the Wolverines' Nilea Guns went six for six with three runs and four RBIs. Lexi Franzmeier was four of four with three runs and three RBIs while Hailee Gyger was four of four with three runs and two RBIs. Abrielle Bauer went two of two with three runs and one RBI. Brooke McFadden was three of three with four runs and four RBIs while Tayah Werner went two of three with four runs and two RBIs.

At the plate Mueller took the win allowing 18 hits, 17 runs (13 earned) and four walks. She struck out seven.

Crandon's K. May took the loss allowing 21 hits, 17 runs (16 earned) and seven walks while striking out one.



Coleman has Rough Going at Pulaski Softball Invite

The Coleman Cougar softball team had a rough patch this past weekend when they took part in the Pulaski Softball Invite where they faced three team, losing all matches.

The first contest was against Menasha who bagged the win 9-1.

Coleman's Courtney DenRuyter was saddled with the loss allowing seven earned runs and eight walks while striking out three over her three innings.

At the plate the Cougars' Cameron Compe posted a one of two showing while DenRuyter was one of two with a triple. Aubrey Krieshner was one of two as well.

During game two the Cougars took on Oak Creek who they fell to by way of an 11-4 final readout.

Taking the pitching loss was Cameron Compe who allowed 11 hits, four walks and nine earned runs in her six innings. She struck out three along the way.

At the plate Compe was one of three with a double and two RBIs while MacKenzie Champagne was one of three with two RBIs and a home run swat.

Coleman final match of the three event ticket was Algoma, who defeated the Cougars in a close 7-6 readout.

Chloe Dufeck was the pitcher who received the loss, doing so after allowing nine hits, one walk and five earned runs while striking out three.

At the plate Coleman was led by Christina Ermis with her two of four showing with two RBIs. Compe posted a two of four performance while Champagne finished the game one of two with an RBI.



Menominee Outlasts Crivitz

The Crivitz Wolverines and the Menominee Maroons had a non-conference showdown that turned into a high-scoring affair as the Maroons came away the victors over the home field Wolverines 16-0.

The big win saw the Maroons post two runs in the first which was answered by the Wolverines with a single run in the bottom of the opening inning.

Crivitz took the lead in the second with a five-run effort and increased that lead in the third with two additional runs for the 8-2 lead.

That lead slowly evaporated behind a steady march from the Maroons who got 11 runs in the fifth and one run in the sixth while wrapping things up in the seventh with two run final.

In the pitching circle the Wolverines' Nilea Guns took the loss allowing 13 hits, 13 runs (11 earned) and four walks while striking out two.

Menominee's Rylee Wickstrom took the win for the Maroons allowing nine hits, four earned runs and one walk while striking out five.



Marinette

Defeats Waupaca

The Marinette Marine girls softball team secured an 11-0 win over the hosting Waupaca girls Tuesday evening.

Marinette saw one run cross in over the first inning and three more in the third for a 4-0 lead.

They increased that lead in the fourth with two runs and increased it further with three in the sixth. A strong closing inning saw the Marines tack on two runs.

Taking the pitching win was Syd Nemetz who allowed three hits while striking out 16.

At the plate, Marinette was led by M. Renikow with her two of two showing with two runs and three RBIs. Nemetz was three of four with one run and one RBI while H. Ebseh finished with a three of five performance with their runs.



Oconto Survives Pacelli by One Run

The Oconto Blue Devils got the win but just bakery Tuesday night when they took on the Pacelli girls who they defeated 9-8.

Oconto took the one-run lead in the first inning before Pacelli retook the lead in the third 3-1.

Oconto had a big bottom of the third though which resulted in seven additional runs to take the lead 8-3.

Pacelli scored two in the fourth and two in the sixth while Oconto kept the lead in their hands with one run in the bottom of the sixth.

Oconto's K. Susa took the pitching win allowing eight hits, eight runs (three earned) and three walks while striking out one.

Pacelli's Repinski took the loss allowing 10 hits, nine runs (two earned) while striking out two.

At the plate Oconto's Sohrweide was three of four with one run and one RBI while Sieber was three of four with two runs and two RBIs.



Peshtigo Takes Down Algoma Twice in Doubleheader

The Peshtigo Bulldog girls secured a two-win night, Tuesday evening when they defeated the Algoma Wolves 5-3 in the first game and 11-0 in the second match.

During game one Peshtigo got on the board first in the third inning with a Grace Wickman run.

Peshtigo also posted one run in the sixth inning off an Allison Peters run.

The seventh inning saw the Bulldogs get three across.

Taking the pitching win for the Bulldogs was Bethany Ahrens who allowed six hits, three earned runs, and one walk while striking out six.

At the plate, Peters was two of three for the Bulldogs with two runs and two home runs. Karli Cahill was two of four with a run.

During game two Peshtigo got to work early scoring three in the first inning while adding another run in the second for the early 4-0 lead.

The fourth and final inning saw the Peshtigo girls tally seven runs to shut down the game three innings early.

Grace Wickman took the pitching win for Peshtigo allowing no hits and no runs and while striking out four.

At the plate, Peshtigo's Peters was two of three with one run and three RBIs. Hickman was three of four with three runs and three RBIs.



Bulldogs Fall to Eskymos in Non-Conference Play

Peshtigo took a loss at the hands of the Escanaba Eskymos on Friday, 11-4, with the Eskymos walking their way to victory.

Escanaba scored twice in the first inning, with three walks in the inning help propel a rally. Peshtigo got one back when Trevor Walters came around to score in the first, reaching on a fielder's choice and scoring on an error.

It was the fourth inning where things really fell apart for the Bulldogs. Starting pitcher Landon Lemke started the inning but wouldn't record an out, ending up on the hook for two of the seven runs scored in the inning and eventually taking the loss with four earned runs in three-inning, walking four, allowing four hits, and striking out five.

Peshtigo pitchers walked five batters in the inning and gave up three hits, with a couple of wild pitches mixed in as well.

Will Boettcher allowed five runs in a third of an inning, Cody Salzman allowed two in two and two thirds, and Preston Rehwinkel pitched one scoreless inning.

Bulldog pitchers walked 10 batters and allowed nine hits on the day.

"Tonight we just weren't as sharp as we needed to be," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "We walked too many batters, which led to a lot of tough situations. Unfortunately, it was too much for us to dig out of tonight."

Koby Cuyler's 2-for-4 day with a run scored led the Bulldogs offensively. Zack Wallin was 1-for-4 with a double and an RBI.



Peshtigo - 19 

NEW Lutheran - 0 

WP - Grace Wickman 3IP, 7K, 0BB, 0H, 0R, 0ER 

Leading hitters (Peshtigo): Karli Cahill 3x3, 4R, HR; Allison Dudka 4x4, 2R


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