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Coleman Holds One Game Lead Over Crivitz

Issue Date: May 27, 2021

Coleman Shuts Out Niagara

The Coleman Cougars did not allow the Niagara Badgers an opening in their Thursday night showdown with the Niagara Badgers who they handily defeated 10-0.

Coleman's Zack Zablocki took the pitching win for the Cougars in his four innings.

At the plate, Coleman's Zablocki had three hits while Cayden Bintz had two.



Gillett/Suring Posts Win Over Wausaukee

The Wausaukee Rangers fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 7-4 loss to Gillett on Thursday. Gillett/Suring scored on a single by Rattin and a single by Vandercorpt in the second inning to get an early lead that they carried throughout.

The Hornets got things rolling in the second inning, when Rattin singled on a 3-0 count, scoring one run.

Gillett scored three runs in the fourth inning. The Hornet batters contributing to the big inning included Vandercorpt and Haak, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Haak led things off on the hill for Gillett/Suring. He allowed four hits and four runs over seven innings, striking out four and walking no one.

Conner Schroeder toed the rubber for the Rangers. He surrendered six runs on four hits over five innings, striking out 13. Brenden Versaskas threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Versaskas, Will Koester, Danny Suennen, and Schroeder each managed one hit to lead Wausaukee. Schroeder led the way with two.

Gillett totaled five hits in the game. Haak and Vandercorpt all collected multiple hits for Gillett.



Peshtigo Takes Doubleheader from Sevastopol

Peshtigo won a pair against Sevastopol on Saturday, with a huge seventh inning in the first game the highlight of the day.

Peshtigo got a 9-8 win in that game, the conference matchup, after a five-run seventh.

Trailing 8-4, Koby Cuyler singled and Preston Rehwinkel tripled him home. After a strikeout, Jake Berth walked and Carson Paris was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Trevor Walters singled one home, and following the second out, Ryan VanVooren singled home the winner.

VanVooren, hitting out of the nine-hole, had a productive day at 2-for-3 with two runs and the winning RBI.

Zack Wallin went 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI and Rehwinkel were 2-for-3 with a run and three RBIs.

Cody Salzman started that game and went five, allowing eight runs (four earned) on nine hits. He did not walk a batter and struck out one. Landon Lemke came in to slow things down, striking out three in two scoreless innings with a hit and three walks.

The non-conference second game ended in a 12-5 Peshtigo win, as Sevastopol errors and walks really helped the Bulldog offense run rampant. The Bulldogs only had eight hits in the game, but walked 11 times and took advantage of numerous errors.

Lemke went 2-for-3 with two runs and two doubles. Cuyler scored two runs on two walks, Wallin went 1-for-3 with two walks and a run and Trevor Walters was 1-for-4 with two runs scored.



Peshtigo 9

Sevastopol 8


WP - Lemke 2IP, 3K, 3W, 1H, 0R 

Leading Hitters (Peshtigo): Wallin 2x4, 2R, RBI; Rewinkel 2x3, R, 3RBI; VanVooren 2x3, 2R, RBI



Crivitz Shuts Out Lena/STAA 4-0 in No-Hitter

The Crivitz Wolverines secured the 4-0 no-hitter win over the hosting Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Thursday night in Marinette.

Austin Burnside was the no-hitting culprit in this contest as he fanned 12 would-be hitters while walking just one Ranger in his seven-inning gem.

Minus the third inning where four would-be hitters stepped to the plate, the Cavvies saw every inning go one-two-three out.

Though the Wolverines secured the shutout no score was registered until the sixth inning where Tegan Werner reached off an error to get things going. Austin Burnside brought him home on the next at-bat with a single to left and was followed by Chase Gosse who brought him in off a double to center. Gosse scored off an error to give the Wolverines the 3-0 sixth-inning lead.

Kaiden Goltz added another Wolverines run in the seventh when he reached first off a fielder's choice and later scored off an error.

Ethan Russell was handed the pitching loss allowing two hits, four runs (one earned), and four walks while striking out two.

At the plate Burnside and Gosse were both one for four with one run while Gosse added an RBI.



Crivitz Bags Non-Conference Win Over Laona/Wabeno

The Crivitz Wolverines were the victors in Friday night's showdown with the Laona/Wabeno Rebels who they sent packing 8-6 in Crivitz.

Though the Wolverines were the game's eventual winners the Rebels were first to score, doing so in the second inning when Braden Brauer scored off a Frank Shepard sacrifice fly.

Crivitz took the lead in the third inning when Chase Gosse brought in Tegan Werner and Austin Burnside off a single to left field. Werner had reached base after being struck by a pitch while Burnside made it on with a single.

The Wolverines' Kaiden Goltz and Chad Schroeder both scored in the third with Goltz getting home off an error and Schroeder off a passed ball.

Crivitz added one run in the fifth and three in the sixth while the Rebels nearly caught the lead in the top of the seventh with a four-run effort.

At the plate, the Wolverines' Gosse was two for four with four RBIs. Werner was one for two with two runs and one RBI while Brady Tadisch went one for one.

Sean Christiansen took the win for the Wolverines allowing four hits, one earned run, and one walks while striking out six. Jacob Behrendt came in at relief for Christiansen and got the save in his three innings allowing five hits, five runs (one earned), and no walks while striking out one.



Coleman Comes Away With 3-1 Win Over Escanaba

The Coleman Cougars were the 3-1 winners of Friday evening's showdown with the Escanaba Eskimos.

Winning pitcher Karson Casper posted nine strikeouts in his effort.



Menominee Nearly Blanks Wausaukee 7-1

The Menominee Maroons were almost perfect on the scoreboard Friday night when they took on the visiting Wausaukee Rangers who they handled with a 7-1 final verdict.

Menominee's slow and steady climb to the top started in the third inning when they managed to plate two runners. They increased that lead in the fourth with a three-run effort while improving that lead to seven in the fifth with two final runs. Wausaukee scored its one and only run of the night in the seventh inning.

Berger took the win for Menominee allowing nine hits and two walks while striking out eight in his six innings pitched.

Wojcik took the loss for Wausaukee allowing six hits, seven runs (five earned), and two walks while striking out five.

At the plate, Menominee's Kenny was two for three with an RBI while Starzynski was one for two with an RBI.

Wausaukee's Koester was two for two while Versaskas was one for three with an RBI.



Menominee 7

Wausaukee 1
 

WP - Berger 6IP, 9H, 2W, 8K

LP - Wojcik 3IP, 6H, 7R, 5ER, 2W, 5K

Leading Hitters (Menominee): Kenney 2x3, RBI; Starzynski 1x2, RBI; (Wausaukee): Koester 2x2, Veraskas 1x3, RBI



Coleman Shuts Out Wausaukee

The Wausaukee Rangers fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 14-0 loss to Coleman on Monday. Coleman scored on a single by Tyler Blanchard and a single by Zach Zablocki in the first inning.

The Rangers struggled to contain the high-powered offense of Coleman, giving up 14 runs.

Coleman got on the board in the first inning. Coleman scored one run when Blanchard singled.

A single by Conner Schroeder in the third inning was a positive for the Rangers.

Cayden Bintz was on the hill for Coleman. The hurler allowed zero hits and zero runs over two innings, striking out four and walking one.

Brenden Versaskas led things off on the mound for Wausaukee. The right-hander allowed six hits and ten runs over three innings, striking out one. Dominic Brunette threw two innings in relief.

Schroeder went 1-for-3 at the plate to lead Wausaukee in hits.

Coleman totaled ten hits in the game. Karson Casper, Noah Nosgovitz, and Zablocki each racked up multiple hits for Coleman.



Crivitz Shuts Out Niagara

The Crivitz Wolverines were perfect on the scoreboard in respect to the run count Monday night when they shut out the visiting Niagara Badgers 10-0.

Crivitz's Tegan Werner was the first Wolverine to reach base in the first inning, getting there off an error.

He was brought in during the next at-bat when Austin Burnside doubled to left field.

That one-run lead was increased in the second inning thanks to an RBI single from Eli Gruszynski who singled in Alec Grandaw and Werner who hit a sac fly to bring in Jacob Behrendt.

Burnside increased the lead during the second with an RBI single to right that brought in Gruszynski.

During the fourth inning, the Wolverines saw Burnside slap a two-RBI single while Behrendt wrapped up the innings scoring by bringing in Burnside.

Crivitz scored two more in fifth for the 10 run win.

The win was taken by Crivitz pitcher Alec Grandaw who allowed three hits and one walk while striking out 12 in his four and two-thirds innings.

Chad Schroeder got the save during his one-third innings.

Niagara's Blake Holmes took the loss allowing five hits, four runs, and two walks.

At the plate, Crivitz's Burnside was four for four with one run and five RBIs. Gruszynski was two for three with three runs and one RBI.

Niagara's Christian Hedmark was two for two at the plate.



Denmark Defeats Oconto Falls in DH

The Denmark Vikings were the winners in their low-scoring contests with the Oconto Falls Panthers Saturday afternoon when they bagged the win 2-0 in game one and the 4-3 win in game two.

In game one the Vikings posted their first run in the third inning while getting their second in the fifth.

For the Panthers, Jake Saeger was two for three.

The Panthers' Tucker Bouche took the pitching loss allowing one hit and one run while striking out four.

Game two saw the Vikings get ahead early with two runs in the first inning which was answered by the Panthers in the fourth with two runs of their own.

Denmark recaptured the lead in the fifth with another two-run effort.

Oconto Falls' Braden Ullman took the pitching loss allowing eight hits, four earned runs, and one walk while striking out one.



Wausaukee Wins Over Florence

The Wausaukee Rangers stole the lead late in the game in a 13-6 victory over Florence on Tuesday.

The game was tied at five with the Rangers batting in the bottom of the fifth when Nathan Shaw singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

The bats blistered as Wausaukee collected 12 hits and Florence tallied seven in the high-scoring game.

Florence opened up scoring in the first inning. Evan Johnson doubled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run.

Florence scored three runs in the third inning. Cody Reubens and Logan Schulz powered the big inning with RBIs.

Conner Schroeder was on the mound for the Rangers. The pitcher lasted six innings, allowing six hits and five runs while striking out seven.

Tyler Novak was on the hill for Florence. The bulldog allowed three hits and one run over four innings, striking out three and walking one. Reubens threw two innings in relief.

Wausaukee tallied 12 hits in the game. Alex Wojcik, Kamden Stumbris, and Shaw all had multiple hits for the Rangers. Wojcik led the Rangers with three hits in four at-bats.

Florence tallied seven hits on the day. Cole Sweig and Schuls all managed multiple hits for Florence.



Crivitz Takes Win Over Norway

The Crivitz Wolverines were the victors over the Norway Knights Tuesday night in Norway as the Wolverines left town with the 13-3 win.

The Wolverines started early and never quitted getting four runs in the second inning and three runs in both the fourth and fifth innings. The seventh saw Crivitz tack on another three runs.

Jacob Behrendt took the pitching win allowing five hits, three runs (two earned), and six walks while striking out two.

Alex Ortman took the loss for Norway allowing four hits, four earned runs, and three walks.



Bulldogs Bombard Blazers 25-4 in Packerland Play<>/b

The Peshtigo Bulldogs had everything going offensively in a 25-4 win over NEW Lutheran on Tuesday.

Eight Bulldogs had multi-hit games, including six three-hit games.

Nine runs in the fourth and six in the fifth really put things away for Peshtigo in the big conference win.

Included in the Bulldogs' huge stat lines, Preston Rehwinkel went 3-for-3 with four runs, a grand slam home run, and seven RBIs, Zack Wallin was 3-for-4 with three runs and four RBIs, finishing a home run from the cycle, Carson Paris was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, Trevor Walters went 3-for-5 with three runs and an RBI and Landon Lemke took a 2-for-3 line with four runs scored, a triple and two RBIs. He also walked three times.

Walters threw three innings, allowing three earned runs. Jake Berth threw a scoreless fourth with two strikeouts.

The win brings Peshtigo to 10-7 overall and 5-3 in Packerland Conference play.



Bulldogs Edge Vikings in Tight 2-1 Game

Peshtigo pitcher Will Boettcher stymied Gibraltar to give the Bulldogs a 2-1 non-conference win on Monday.

Boettcher threw 6 1/3 innings, allowing just an unearned run on five hits and two walks while striking out five.

Gibraltar's Ryan Jorgensen reached on an error by the second baseman in the fourth and scored his team's only run of the game.

Errors nearly cost Peshtigo again in the seventh, when ahead 2-1, the Bulldogs saw two errors against the second baseman that brought the tying run to third with two outs. Preston Rehwinkel got the last two outs to shut the door, however.

It was the bottom of the Bulldogs' order that did the offensive damage in the fifth with a little bit of small ball.

After a groundout to start the inning, eight-hitter Trevor Marquardt and nine-hitter Ryan VanVooren each singled, with Marquardt stealing two bases and VanVooren swiping one bag to set up the team's two runs.

Those two hits were two of only three Peshtigo had in the entire game, but they were enough to support Boettcher's dominance on the mound.

The Bulldogs struggled putting the ball in play, as Peshtigo hitters struck out 10 times in the game.



Peshtigo 2 

Gibraltar 1


WP - Boetcher 6.33IP, 5K, 2W, 5H, 1R, 0ER

LP - Luke Steebs 

Leading Hitters (Peshtigo): VanVooren 1x2, 1R; Marquardt 1x2, R, RBI



Bulldogs Can't Hold Off Storm, Fall 7-3 on the Road

A three-run third inning highlighted by a Mitch Thompson home run pushed Kewaunee to a 7-3 conference win over Peshtigo on Friday.

Peshtigo took a 2-0 lead into the bottom of the third, with a second-inning run off a Carson Paris RBI double and a third-inning single by Jake Berth. Both hits scored Will Boettcher, who reached and stole a base in each inning.

Kewaunee scored three in the bottom half of the frame with Thompson's two-run homer giving his team the lead.

In the fourth, Kewaunee got three more on two walks and a single.

Jake Berth took the loss, throwing four innings of six-hit, six-strikeout, six-run ball. He walked three.

Boettcher threw two innings in relief, skating around danger to allow just one earned run on three hits and three walks.

For Peshtigo, Koby Cuyler was 2-for-4, Boettcher was 1-for-4 with two runs and Ryan VanVooren was 2-for-3 with an RBI.


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