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Big First Inning Pushes Badgers Past Cavaliers

Issue Date: April 20, 2022

Area Baseball

Niagara scored eight runs in the first inning to beat Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy 14-4 on Tuesday night.

The two teams are still getting their feet under them a little bit in this young baseball season. It was just the second time all season that Niagara had been on an actual baseball field, while STAA has played four games now, with just one outdoor practice thus far. That means the two teams are still learning on the fly.

"This is our second time being outside at all. We've got snow on the field up by us yet, so we got on the field for 45 minutes one day," Niagara coach Dean Neveau said. "This is a good group of kids. I think the more they play together, the better they're going to get."

The Badgers didn't seem to be affected by their limited outdoor action, as they jumped on the Cavaliers for eight runs in the first, with Swanson scoring two runs from the leadoff spot in the inning.

Shampo, Headmark, Holmes, Ritig, Dalgnor, and Holmes each scored in the first as well.

Ritig and Swanson would score three runs each in the game.

Niagara's pitchers didn't show much rust either, as STAA was held scoreless through four innings. In the fifth, they got a bit of offense going with four runs, but that would be the limit of the Cavalier offense.

Both teams are also fairly young, with mostly freshmen and sophomores on the field at any given time.

"STAA's going to be a good team down the road. They're really young. We're really young. Most of ours are freshmen and sophomores," Neveau said.

STAA coach Jack Farley's team struggled early, but he was happy with how they responded after the first inning.

"It's tough to win any game when you start off 8-0 in the first inning and dig yourself a hole, but after that, it was a two-run game from there on out if you just take away the first inning," Farley said. "In a sport where a lot of them haven't played their whole life or haven't played in a few years, it's tough to catch on right away when we haven't gotten much time outside yet."



Wolves Bite

Bulldogs With Big

7th Inning Rally


Algoma scored five runs in the seventh inning to put an early dent in the Peshtigo Bulldogs' Packerland Conference record.

Peshtigo led 3-0 after the third inning after Caleb Proft and Collin McMahon reached and scored on a Koby Cuyler single. Cuyler came around to score with Landon Lemke at the plate.

Algoma scored one off of Beyer in the fourth inning after three scoreless innings by Will Boettcher.

Beyer settled in over the next couple innings, limiting the damage by stranding the bases loaded in the fourth and stranding runners at second in the fifth and sixth for scoreless innings.

He started the seventh with a 4-1 lead. He walked the first batter and an error by the shortstop kickstarted the Algoma rally.

Landon Lemke entered the game and allowed back-to-back singles by Chase Romdenne and Spencer Haack. One more single and an error later, Algoma had taken a 6-4 lead.

The Bulldogs' half of the seventh opened with a strikeout before Trevor Marquardt walked and stole second. Marquardt would score, and walks by Lemke and Boettcher put runners on first and second with two outs, but a strikeout by Will McMahon ended the game at 6-5.

Lemke took the loss, with two runs (one earned) in his one inning of work.

Beyer allowed four runs (three earned) in three-plus and Boettcher's three innings were spotless.

At the plate, Trevor Walters was the only Bulldog with multiple hits, going 2-3 with a double. As a team, Peshtigo had four hits. Cuyler was 1-3 with a run and two RBIs.

"In such a short eight-game conference schedule we have to be ready each night and tonight our approaches at the plate were flat," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "I give Coach [Jeff] DeMeuse and Algoma credit. Their boys outplayed us tonight."

Peshtigo (2-2 overall, 1-1 Packerland) plays Southern Door Thursday before games against Green Bay Southwest and Antigo over the weekend.



Cougars Hurlers are

Perfect in Shutout Win

of Cavaliers


Coleman's Noah Nosgovitz and Ray Lemieux combined for a five-inning perfect game against Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy on Thursday.

The pair struck out nine combined in a 12-0 Coleman win. Nosgovitz started the game by inducing a groundout, then struck out six straight hitters. A groundout that he took care of himself was his final hitter before he handed the ball to Lemieux for the final out of the third.

Lemieux kept the ball on the ground and let his defense work. Of his seven outs collected, three were on strikeouts and four came on groundouts.

Dominic Tanguay took the loss for STAA for five innings and 12 runs (eight earned). He struck out two, walked three, and allowed 11 hits.

Coleman's offense started early. Will Bieber singled to left to open the game, the first of his three hits. He came around to score on a single by Nosgovitz, who then scored on a Lemieux double. Lemieux scored on a wild pitch.

Bieber singled home Eli Zablocki in the second. In the third, Zablocki added to the scoring again in the third, scoring Logan Kurth and Lemieux. Joe Olsen doubled home Cole Klimek and Zablocki and Bieber doubled Olsen in to make it 9-0 after three.

Three more in the fifth ended the game early.

Bieber was 3-3 with two runs and two RBIs and Zablocki was 2-2 with two runs and two RBIs. Lemieux went 2-4 with two runs scored and an RBI and Olsen was 1-2 with two RBIs and a run scored.



Multiple Coleman

Pitchers Combine

For Shut Out Win

Over Gillett/Suring


Four Coleman pitchers combined to one-hit Gillett/Suring on Tuesday, while the Cougars had 13 runs on 11 hits.

Karson Casper and Joe King (one inning each), Logan Kurth (2.1), and Ray Lemieux (.2) combined to shut out the Hornets.

Casper was 2-4 at the plate with two runs and two RBIs. Will Bieber went 1-3 with a run and three RBIs, and Lemieux was 2-3 with a run and two RBIs.

Brody Zahn went 2-2 with two runs and an RBI and Trent Mongin was 1-2 with a run and an RBI.

The Cougars also walked six times in the victory.



Patriots Stop Pioneers

9-3 for Second Win


Goodman-Pembine defeated Sevastopol 9-3 on Thursday for the team's second victory of the young baseball season.

Eli Marcy got the win for his three-plus innings of work, striking out five, and Ryan Erickson finished the game off with four strikeouts.

G-P scored six runs in the sixth inning to blow the game open.






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