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Coleman Keeps Top Spot With Win Over Crivitz

Issue Date: June 3, 2021

The first place Coleman Cougars defended their top spot in the M&O conference Thursday afternoon when they defeated the visiting Crivitz Wolverines 2-1 in a close defensive battled that boiled down to some good pitching.

"We played very good defense tonight," said Coleman head coach Kent Casper. "We had outstanding pitching tonight just like we've had all season so far. This is the kind of play we look for in our team. Play good defense and  pitch strong"

The Cougars scored their two runs in the third inning while the Wolverines answered that effort with a one-run top of the fourth.

"We had a couple of miscues tonight and they got a couple runs," said Crivitz Head Coach Jeff Dorschner. "The margin of error was pretty thin tonight and it is whenever these two teams meet. Wins have been hard  to come by in this match-up for the past few years."

The first inning of the night went down in order after the third man in the order for both teams.

Coleman got some action from the bat in the second inning with Zach Zablocki and Ray LeMeiux getting on base.

Crivitz also saw a few hits in the third inning with Kaiden Goltz and Alec Grandaw recording hits.

Coleman's two-run effort in the third inning was started with Noah Nosgovitz who singled to reach base and was brought in when Cayden Bintz popped out to the infield.

Will Bieber also scored, getting home off an error.

Crivitz's only run of the night came in the top of the fourth when Tegan Werner walked to lead off and went home off Noah Behrendt's hit to right field.

Bieber then scored as the great pitching from Coleman's Karson Casper and Crivitz's Austin Burnside resulted in three more scoreless innings.

"They weren't planning on walking us tonight," said Dorschner. "They attacked the strike zone just like we do. We just have to do a better job of playing with authority. Our swings weren't very good today and in a game like this, you have to at least generate one inning where you put a good number on the scoreboard. We just couldn't get that today. This just might be the 14th one-run loss against that guy."

Casper took the win for the Cougars allowing just two hits, one earned run, and one walk while striking out one in his five innings. Zach Zablocki got the save in his two innings allowing one hit and striking out two.

Crivitz's Burnside took the loss allowing four hits, two earned runs, and two walks while striking out seven.

At the plate, Crivitz's Behrendt and Chase Gosse both went one for two while Goltz was one for three.

Coleman's Nosgovitz and Bieber both went one for three with one run each while Ray Lemieux was one for two. Zablocki was one for three.

"We have to get the bats going a little more than we did tonight," said Casper. "We did have a few good innings tonight hitting. Austin really pitched hard tonight though which made the difference for us."



Coleman Gets Win Over Green Bay East

The Coleman Cougars were the victors in Saturday's showdown with the boys from Green Bay East who they defeated 3-2.

Coleman scored one in the third while Green Bay scored on in the sixth and seventh. Coleman tied the game in the bottom of the seventh with a one-run effort and won the game in extra innings getting the winning run in the ninth.



Wausaukee Defeats Gillett/Suring in Close Match

Brenden Versaskas wasted no opportunities at the plate on Tuesday, driving in four runners on three hits to lead Wausaukee past Gillett 10-7 on Tuesday.

Versaskas drove in runs on a double in the first, a single in the fourth, and a single in the fifth.

The Rangers earned the victory despite allowing the Hornets to score four runs in the seventh inning. Gillett/Suring scored its runs on a single by Thomson.

Gillett/Suring opened up scoring in the first inning. Vandercorpt grounded out, scoring one run.

The Rangers tallied four runs in the fourth inning.

Alex Wojcik got the win for Wausaukee. The pitcher went five and a third innings, allowing three runs on four hits and striking out nine. Versaskas and Conner Schroeder entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Whisman took the loss for the Hornets. Whisman lasted one and one-third innings, allowing two hits and four runs while striking out one.

Versaskas led the Rangers with three hits in four at-bats. Wausaukee tore up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases. Dominic Brunette led the way with three.

Peters went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Gillett in hits.



Lena/STAA Takes Win Over Niagara

The Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers bagged a 3-0 win over the visiting Niagara Badgers Tuesday afternoon.

The win saw the Badgers post two-run in the third inning while getting their third run in the fourth.

Taking the pitching win for the Cavvies was Ethan Russell who allowed two hits and one walk while striking out four.

Niagara's Blake Holmes took the loss.



Bulldogs Can't Recover From Clippers Quick

Start Fall 12-7


Eight runs in the first inning by Sturgeon Bay were too much for the Peshtigo Bulldogs to overcome in a 12-7 loss on Tuesday.

After a strikeout to start the game, the next seven batters would reach base for Sturgeon Bay, with four walks, two hits, and a walk finishing Preston Rehwinkel's day on the mound early.

He would exit after a third of an inning, with seven runs to his name, though only four were earned. A single and error would lead to another run before the first inning finished.

Sturgeon Bay scored a run in the second and three in the fourth.

Peshtigo scored one in the first, three in the fifth, and three in the seventh.

Rehwinkel had a good day at the plate, with a 2-for-4 line. He scored a run and had two doubles and two RBIs. Zack Wallin was also 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs.


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