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Area Teams Open Season With Full Slate of Games

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

Peshtigo Wins Season Opener at Home Over Gladstone

Peshtigo baseball coach Neal Henrigillis knows his Bulldogs aren't quite going to be the 1927 New York Yankees, but that's perfectly fine. A 1-0 start to the season with a 7-2 win over Gladstone on Thursday will do just fine.

The Bulldogs graduated a couple of good bats from would have been last year's team, with the season canceled due to COVID-19.

With a young lineup, Henrigillis just told his team they need to put the ball in play, and that's what they did in their season-opening win.

The third inning was the biggest for Peshtigo. After scoring twice in the second on runs from Preston Rehwinkel and Landon Lemke, Peshtigo put the ball in play and made things happen in the third.

Trevor Walters singled and scored, Koby Cuyler singled and scored, Zack Wallin walked and scored and Rehwinkel was hit by a pitch before coming around to score.

"I told them, "we're not going to be the Murderers' Row Yankees, we've got to put the ball in play,'" Henrigillis said. Put the ball in play and force the other team to make a mistake, and that's exactly what we did."

The Murderers' Row Yankees were the mid-1920s New York Yankees, sometimes specifically referring to the 1927 Yankees, who won 110 games with Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth in the center of their lineup.

If Cuyler and Wallin, the team's three and four hitters, are Gehrig and Ruth, that would make Jake Berth Peshtigo's Waite Hoyt, who won a league-high 22 games in 1927 and ended up enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Berth got the win Thursday with four innings of one-run ball, striking out four and allowing just two hits, walking none. It was his first pitching experience at the varsity level.

"He did a great job of attacking the zone. He sprinkled in curveballs, he attacked with his fastball and he let his defense play. For a first game on the mound of varsity experience, Jake did a great job," Henrigillis said. "Jake's kind of a flatliner. Whether it be basketball, soccer, baseball, he doesn't show a lot of emotion, which for me is a great attribute for a pitcher. He doesn't get too high, he doesn't get too low. He did a great job. He did everything we hoped he could do on the mound today."

Landon Beyer came in to finish off the game with three innings of one-run baseball, striking out two.

While Henrigillis is undoubtedly happy with the win, whether Peshtigo had won or lost, it would have just been nice to be back on the baseball field.

"It's just good to be out here and playing, obviously with last year wiped out with COVID and the unfortunate situation with all that. It's just good to see the boys out and playing, just have everyone out at the ballpark, the fans that did come out, and everything around the scenario was just fantastic," Henrigillis said. "It's been over 700 days since we've played, give or take, and we did a really good job. The boys came out, they hustled, they played what we consider to be Peshtigo baseball. A lot of young guys, we only have one or two with varsity experience, so they did exactly what we hoped they'd do, which is hustle and play with energy and play with enthusiasm, so as a coaching staff, we were really happy to see that, and luckily we came out ahead against a really good program which is Gladstone."

Cuyler led Peshtigo with a 2-for-4 day, scoring a run. Berth had two RBIs on a 1-for-2 day, and Rehwinkel scored twice with a walk and an RBI.



Wausaukee Gets Win Over Niagara

The Wausaukee Rangers were the victors in a six and half-inning bout with the Niagara Badgers Thursday afternoon 7-4.

The Rangers had to overcome an early three-inning run by the Badgers who opened the game with the early push.

The Rangers responded with one run in the bottom of the first.

Niagara scored one in the top of the third while the Rangers started the climb to the top with two in the bottom of the second and another three in the fourth. Their seventh and final run was scored in the fifth inning after which the game went into a defensive battle.

Wausaukee's Danny Gottbeheut pitched four innings in the win allowing six hits, four runs (two earned), and one walk while striking out five.

Niagara's Mason Richtig also pitched four innings allowing nine hits, seven earned runs, and three walks while striking out three.

At the plate, Wausaukee's Gottbeheut was two of three with one run and two RBIs. Connor Schroeder was two of four with one run and one RBI while Brenden Versaskas went two of four with one run and one RBI.

Niagara's Edward Swanson was three of four with one run while Anthony Oslund was one of two.



Niagara         301 000 0 - 4

Wausaukee  102 310 x - 7 

WP - Brendan Versaskas 1H, 0R, 0ER, 3K, 0BB

LP - Mason Richtig 4IP, 9H, 7R, 7ER, 3K, 3BB

Leading Hitters (Niagara ): Edward Swanson4x3, 1R; Anthony Oslund 1x2; Cody Bath 1x3, RBI; (Wausaukee): Danny Gottbeheut 2x3, 1R, 2RBIs; Versaskas 2x4, R, RBI; Conner Schroeder 2x4, R, RBI



Menominee Defeats Marquette

The Menominee Maroons notched a win on their season with a close 5-4 call with the Marquette boys.

Taking the win by the Maroons on the pitching mound was Starzynski who allowed eight hits, four earned runs and one walk while stirring out eight.

Marquette's Wright took the loss allowing six hits, two runs and five ensured runs while striking out four.



Crivitz Gets Big Win Over Wausaukee

The Crivitz Wolverines secured a 16-2 win over the Wausaukee Ranger baseball team Thursday afternoon 16-2.

The game started better even as the Wolverines opened the action with a one-run top of the first before Wausaukee responded with one run in the bottom of the opening inning.

Then Crivitz pulled away with seven second-inning runs and eight third-inning runs. Wausaukee tallied one run in the fourth.

Alec Grandaw secured the win for the Wolverines allowing four hits, two runs (one earned), and two walks. He struck out six.

Alex Wojcik took the loss for Wausaukee allowing seven hits, two runs (seven earned), and five walks.

At the plate, Crivitz's Tegan Werner was three of four with two runs and two RBIs. Grandaw was one of one with two runs and two RBIs while Eli Gruszynski was one of three with three runs and three RBIs.

Wausaukee's Will Koester was one of two while Danny Gottbeheut was one of three.



Iron Mountain Defeats Crivitz

The Crivitz Wolverines suffered a close loss to the Iron Mountain Mountaineers Saturday evening dropping the high-scoring match 9-7.

Iron Mountain got things rolling in the first inning with two runs while Crivitz responded with a Tegan Werner single. He was brought in by Jonah Behrendt off a fly out to center field.

Iron Mountain tallied another run in the second while Crivitz didn't get another run till the third when Werner reached base off a walk followed by Austin Burnside who brought him in with a triple. Chase Gosse scored Burnside with a short out to tie things up at 3-3.

Iron Mountain tallied three runs in the fifth which included Ian Anderson's two-run triple.

Crivitz worked their way back into the game during the sixth where two runners walked for bases and another got first off an error. Two of those runners scored off errors while the other one reached home on a passed ball.

At the plate, Crivitz's Jacob Behrendt took the loss allowing four hits, six runs (two earned), and four walks. He struck out four.

Iron Mountain's Zeke Runsat took the win allowing three runs and two walks while striking out one.

At the plate, Wolverine Tegan Werner was two of three with three runs. 



Crivitz Survives STAA/Lena

The Crivitz Wolverines were able to survive a match-up with St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena Cavaliers Monday afternoon, bagging the win with a 4-3 final readout.

The game saw three and a half scoreless innings before the Wolverines were able to get three runs across the plate. The Cavvies responded with one run in the fourth and one in the fifth to tie the score at 3-3 before the Wolverines wrapped the game up with a single run in the bottom of the seventh.

Taking the pitching win was Kenny Andrekopoulus who allowed no hits, no runs, and two walks.

Ethan Russell took the loss for the Cavvies allowing one hit and one run while allowing three strikeouts.



Crivitz Shutsout Gillett/Suring

The Crivitz Wolverine baseball team posted a shutout win over the visiting Gillett/Suring Hornets 10-0.

It was all Crivitz all the way as the Wolverines fired in a handful of the early game runs to secure a lead that would have been pretty tough for the Hornets to come back from.

That early start saw the Wolverines post four runs in the first inning before firing in three more in the second for a 7-0 lead. Another run in the fourth and two more in the fifth gave the Wolverines the ten-run lead they needed to cut the game short by a couple of innings.

At the plate, the Wolverines were led by Jonah Behrendt with his two of three showing. He had two runs and two RBIs while Tegan Werner was two of three with one run.

Gillett/Suring's Mason Micoley saved his team from a no-hitter with his one of two showing.

Pitching for the win was Wolverine Austin Burnside who allowed just one hit while walking three in his 12 strikeout game.



Gillett/Suring  000 00 - 0

Crivitz            430 12 - 10

WP - Austin Burnside 5IP, 12K, 3BB, 1H, 0R

LP - Keegan Rattin 2IP, 0K, 3BB, 7R, 7ER 

Leading Hitters (Crivitz): Tegan Werner 2x3, 1R; Jonah Behrendt 2x3, 2R, 2RBIs; Skylar Johnson 1x1, 1RBI; (Gillett/Suring): Mason Micoley 1x2



Coleman Takes Double Header Sweep Over Crandon

The Coleman Cougars had a busy week of baseball, taking on two doubleheaders the Cougars were able to sweep both, starting with their match against the Crandon Cardinals who they defeated in game one 14-1 before returning to the field for a second helping with another 14-1 win.

During game one the Cougars saw the scoreboard exploded over the first inning as Cayden Bintz, Tyler Blanchard, Zach Zablocki, Karson Casper, and Ray Lemieux all crossed the plate for an early 5-0 lead.

That lead increased in the second inning with an additional five runs. While another four were registered in the fourth inning. Brandon did save themselves from a shutout in the fifth inning with their one and only run of the matchup.

Taking the win on the mound for the Cougars was Zablocki who pitched five innings and allowed four hits and one run while striking out six.

Crandon's E. Glinski took the loss allowing seven hits, 10 runs, and seven walks while striking out two.

At the plate, Coleman was led by Casper who slapped a three of three showing at the plate with three runs and three RBIs. Zablocki was two of three with two runs and two RBIs while Noah Nosgovitz hit his way to a two of four showing with two RBIs.

Game two saw the Cougars repeat the final score, defeating the Cardinals again by way of a 14-1 readout.

This match didn't go too much different from the first showdown as the Cougars piled in five first-inning runs while adding a second helping of five runs in the second inning.

Crandon's only run came in the first inning.

Coleman did tack on another four in the third to shut down the game early in the fifth due to the 10 run rule.

Ray Lemieux got the pitching win in his three-innings allowing three hits, one run, and one walk while striking out four along the way.

Crandon's Palubacki took the loss allowing nine hits, 10 runs, and one walk while striking out no one.

At the plate, the Cougars were led by Will Bieber with a two of three showing with three runs and three RBIs. Zablocki went two of four with three runs and three RBIs while Casper was one of one with two runs and two RBIs.



Coleman Bags Double Header Win Over Laona/Wabeno

The Coleman Cougars after taking down the Crandon Cardinals in a doubleheader the day before took down the Laona/Wabeno Rebels in another doubleheader, winning game one 13-0 and game two 10-0.

The double shutout day for the Cougars started early with a two-run first inning. The relatively slow start turned into a sprint over the next two innings as the Cougars fired in five runs in the second and another six in the third to give them everything they needed to end the game early.

Carson Casper took the pitching win for the Cougars allowing one hit and one walk over his three innings. He struck out five along the way.

Laona/Wabeno's Shepard finished the night with a pitching loss allowing 11 hits and 13 runs.

At the plate, Coleman's Noah Nosgovitz posted a two of four showing with three runs and two RBIs while Will Bieber added on his two of four performance with two runs and two RBIs. Tyler Blanchard was one of one with one run and two RBIs.

Game two was also a shutout with the Cougars posting a whole heap of runs in the first inning. By the end of that first round, Coleman led 6-0, and after the third inning, that lead had been increased to 10-0.

Taking the win on the mound for the Cougars was Cayden Bintz who allowed just one hit while striking out five.

The Rebels' Janesch took the loss allowing two hits, six runs and three walks.

At the plate, Coleman was led by Bintz with a two of three performance with two runs and two RBIs. Will Bieber went one of two with two runs and one RBIs while Zablocki was one of two with one run.



Crivitz Takes Win Over Crandon

The Crivitz Wolverines secured a 12-8 win over the Crandon Cardinals Saturday afternoon in Crivitz.

The win was slow to start for the Wolverines who went scoreless with the Cardinals over the first.

The second inning saw the Wolverines score three runners which was answered by the Cardinals in the top of the third with three runs.

Crivitz returned to the lead in the fourth with a single run while Crandon retook the lead in the fifth with two runs. Before the bottom of the sixth, the Cardinals led 7-4. But that all changed with an eight run bottom of the inning by the Wolverines. Crandon managed to work one final run out in the top of the seventh.

Taking the pitching win was Wolverine Eli Gruszynski who allowed four hits, two runs (one earned), and two walks while striking out one.

Crandon's Devin Headon took the loss allowing three hits, five earned runs, and two walks while striking out one.



Wausaukee Shuts out Elcho

The Wausaukee Rangers shutout the Elcho Hornets Tuesday afternoon in non-conference action 10-0.

Wausaukee's Conner Schroeder posted the pitching win allowing one hit and one walk while striking out seven in his five innings.

At the plate, Wausaukee was led by Schroeder with a three of three showing with three runs and one RBI. Camden Stumbris was two of two with two runs while Will Koester was two of four with an RBI.



Niagara Gets Shutout By Coleman

The Niagara Badgers suffered a 10-0 home-field loss to the tough Coleman Cougars Tuesday night.

Niagara was unable to produce anything as there was only one hit from their end which came in the first inning.

Coleman didn't get a run on the board till the second inning but did so with five runs.

Another run in the fourth and four in the fifth was more than needed to win the match and end the game early.

Taking the win for the Cougars on the mound was Ray Lemieux.

Niagara's Mason Richter took the loss allowing five hits and five runs while striking out two.

At the plate, Coleman's Zablocki was one of three with one run and two RBIs. Tyler Blanchard was one of two with two runs.



Bulldogs Slip Past Panthers in Tight Non-Conference Contest

Peshtigo was tested for the first time this year in a 4-3 win over Oconto Falls on Saturday.

Peshtigo, which has won games almost exclusively by run-rule up until this point, including wins of 19-0 and 30-0 over NEW Lutheran and wins of 10-0 and 26-0 against Sevastopol, faced a staunch challenge from the Panthers, but the Bulldogs pulled through with a winner in the sixth inning.

Tied at three with one out, Sam Kodric stepped to the plate and drew a walk. After a wild pitch, Kodric scored on a two-out single by Lexi Kehoe to take a 4-3 lead.

Bethany Ahrens pitched the final inning to slam the door, getting two groundouts and a strikeout looking.

Allison Peters pitched six innings for Peshtigo, allowing three runs and striking out three.

Peshtigo had a 3-1 lead going into the sixth before the Panthers scored a pair with a double and two singles aided by an error.

Grace Wickman went 1-for-4 in the game with an RBI and a run, Kehoe was 2-for-2 with a run and Emma Gilligan was 0-for-2 with a walk and a run. Kodric walked twice and scored once.



Bulldogs Blast Blazers to Open Packerland Play

The Peshtigo Bulldogs burned the NEW Lutheran Blazers Tuesday with wins of 30-0 and 19-0.

Both games ended in three innings.

In the 30-0 win, eight Bulldogs scored at least three runs, with some impressive stat lines to show for their big win:

Allison Peters went 2-for-3 with five runs and four RBIs, Grace Wickman walked three times and scored four runs with two RBIs and Sydney Lund scored three runs on a 1-for-1 day, walking twice with two RBIs.

Bethany Ahrens struck out six in three innings, allowing two hits and one walk, but no runs.

Among the big games in the 19-0 win, Allison Dudka was 4-for-4 with three runs scored and Karli Cahill was 3-for-3 with four runs, a home run and a double.

Wickman fired a three-inning perfect game, striking out seven of nine batters she faced.



Bulldogs Collar Wolves for First Packerland Win

Peshtigo defeated Algoma in a pair, with one being the team's first Packerland Conference win of the year, on Tuesday.

In the Packerland this year, teams will play a number of doubleheaders, but only the first game of the doubleheader will count for conference standings.

The conference game was won 12-4 by Peshtigo, with the win going to Preston Rehwinkel, who threw four and a third, dancing around seven walks and one hit batter by allowing just one hit in the game.

Koby Cuyler continued his red-hot start to the season with three hits and Jake Berth posted four hits and four RBIs to give the Bulldog offense a jolt from the two spot in the lineup. He also scored three runs.

Also contributing two hits was Ryan VanVooren, who scored twice. Will Boettcher scored two runs as well and Trevor Walters had two RBIs.

Landon Beyer closed the game out with two and two thirds, allowing two earned runs and striking out five.

In game two, Peshtigo's Cody Salzman threw a one-run complete game in an 8-1 win.

Beyer clubbed a home run and Carson Paris had three RBIs.

Peshtigo is 3-1 on the year.




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05-27-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee/Amberg Blood Drive Monday, June 7th

05-27-2021Sports
Marinette/Coleman Claim Conference Crowns

05-27-2021Sports
Coleman Holds One Game Lead Over Crivitz

05-27-2021Sports
Coleman Nips Niagara; Peshtigo Suffers First Loss

05-27-2021Sports
Suring Sweeps Five Team Meet in Gillett

05-27-2021Sports
Bulldog Soccer Team Stops Truckers 5-1 on the Road

05-27-2021Perspectives
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05-27-2021Perspectives
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