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Coleman Defeats Crivitz For Conference Championship

Issue Date: June 10, 2021

The Coleman Cougars and the Crivitz Wolverines faced off for the 2021 M&O Conference Baseball Tournament Championship Friday evening in Coleman with the Cougars securing the crown with the 8-2 final verdict. It was the third consecutive win the Cougars bagged over the second-place Wolverines.

"We really hit the ball well tonight," said Coleman head coach Kent Casper. "Carson pitched really well. There were a few bumps that happened in the sixth but we got through those issues."

Coleman got on the board with a hard-hitting second inning.  Karson Casper led off the inning with a walk while Cole Klimek joined him on the baseline after a single. After two straight strikeouts, Coleman's Will Bieber lifted a shot to left field that brought in the two runners.

Cayden Bintz made it a 3-0 game off his single to left field that brought home, Bieber.

Tyler Blanchard and Noah Nosgovitz both crossed home in the third inning with Casper swatting in Blanchard and Klimek bringing in Nosgovitz for the 5-0 lead.

After a silent mid-game stretch the Wolverines posted their first run of the night getting Dillan Gehm in off a Jacob Behrendt single.

Coleman kept the Wolverines out of reach with a three-run sixth inning that saw Zach Zablocki hit a two-RBI single that scored Bieber and Owen Kinzinger.

The Championship win was pitched by Karson Casper who allowed two hits and four walks in his five innings while striking out five.

Crivitz's Behrendt got the loss allowing four hits, three earned runs, and one walk while striking out four.

"These guys take care of themselves out there, said Casper. "When a team has young players like us there is bound to be a few things that happen that you have to adjust for. We got some young guys coming up and tonight we saw them get a little big-game experience."



Coleman Shuts Out Wausaukee

The Coleman Cougars took a shutout win over the visiting Wausaukee Rangers Thursday evening 12-0.

Coleman scored two to win the first inning while adding six in the second. One run in the third and three in the fourth gave them their 12 run total.

"We pitched well tonight," said Coleman head coach Kent Casper. "We will have everyone available for the tournament and the bats were alive today which helped us."



Crivitz Bags Win Over Lena/STAA

The Crivitz Wolverines were the victors in a tough showdown with the Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Thursday afternoon 7-5.

Were it not for a hard-fought fourth inning the Cavvies would have found themselves shutout as they scored all five of their evenings tally in the fourth inning.

Crivitz posted the first runs of the night in the third inning when Eli Gruszynski swatted a double before coming home on a Tegan Werner single to left field.

Werner scored on an error that gave him an opening to the plate. The Cavvies' big inning saw Ethan Russell single and go home in the next at-bat off a Logan Shallow single.

Lane Whiting walked followed by John Kristoff on another walk. The third straight walk came when Logan Graef made it to first scoring a run.

Griffen Knox and Bryce Kittredge both swatted RBIs with Kittredge hitting a two-RBI single.

Crivitz scored Kaiden Goltz and Jacob Behrendt along with Chad Schroeder in the fourth inning to lock up the 6-5 lead.

Brady Tadisch scored one run for the Wolverines in the fifth while Burnside wrapped up the scoring in the sixth when he cruised home off an error.

Shallow took the loss for the Cavvies allowing 10 hits, seven runs (three earned), and two walks while striking out three.

Alec Grandaw got the win allowing one hit, no runs, or walks while striking out one. 

Burnside took the save in his four and one-third innings allowing three hits, five earned runs, and five walks while striking out eight.

The win advanced Crivitz to the conference tournament championship game against Coleman.



Wrightstown Defeats

Oconto Falls in DH

The Wrightstown Tigers took the 6-4 win over the home field Oconto Falls Panthers in extra innings and then returned to the field for a 14-2 win.

The Panthers were first on the scoreboard with two runs in the first and two in the second for the 4-0 lead.

The Tigers started their climb with one run in the third and one in the fifth before teeing the game in the sixth with a two-run effort.

The Tigers took the win in the eighth inning with a single run.

Game two saw the Tigers answer a one-run second inning by the Panthers with three runs in the second and 11 in the third.



Three Lakes

Beats Wausaukee

Monday's game against Three Lakes/Phelps was a heartbreaker for the Rangers, as they lost the lead late in a 7-6 defeat. 

The game was tied at four with Three Lakes/Phelps batting in the bottom of the sixth when Mitchell Wolosek doubled, scoring two runs.

Despite the loss, the Rangers did collect nine hits in the high-scoring affair. Unfortunately, Three Lakes/Phelps had nine hits on the way to victory.

Three Lakes/Phelps opened up scoring in the second inning scoring one run when Sawyer Siedschlag singled.

Siedschlag was on the pitcher's mound for Three Lakes/Phelps. The hurler surrendered four runs on six hits over five and third innings, striking out seven.

Dominic Brunette started the game for the Rangers. The right-hander went two and a third innings, allowing two runs on two hits, striking out four, and walking one. Ryan Wojcik and Brenden Versaskas entered the game as relief, throwing two and two-thirds innings and one inning respectively.

The Rangers tallied nine hits in the game. Alex Wojcik and Kamden Stumbris each managed hits for Wausaukee. Stumbris and Wojcik each managed two hits.

Three Lakes/Phelps tallied nine hits. Henry Scheidschlag, David Kaufman, Wolosek, and Chase Melton all had hits for Three Lakes/Phelps.



Crivitz Shuts Out Xavier in Low Scoring Match

The Crivitz Wolverines got the edge early and never allowed the Xavier Hawks to get into the mix, shutting them out 3-0.

Crivitz got that first run in the second when Kaiden Goltz walked to get on base then was brought home when Eli Gruszynski singled to left field.

The defense and pitching stayed strong for the Wolverines who held the one-point edge all the way to the seventh where they improved it by two.

Chase Gosse brought in Gruszynski during the seventh on a single to right field while Tegan Werner cruised home off an error after reaching base on a single.

Crivitz's Austin Burnside took the pitching win allowing just two hits and two walks while striking out seven in his full game.

Xavier's Mark Watson took the loss allowing two hits, one earned run, and five walks. He struck out one.



Coleman Suffers Non-Conference Loss To Freedom

The Coleman Cougars were unable to overcome the Freedom Irish Monday night 8-5.

Freedom scored one run in the first inning and three in the second before Coleman answered in the fourth with a three-run effort. Coleman tied the score 4-4 in the top of the fifth inning before the Irish returned to the lead with four runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Coleman added one run on the top of the sixth.



Denmark Sets Down Marinette in Shutout

The Denmark Vikings held the lead all game long and never let the Marinette Marines get back to the plate as they shut out the Marines 14-0.

Denmark scored the first run of the night in the top of the second inning while improving that mark in the third by six runs for the 7-0 lead.

In the top of the seventh, the Marines saw the Vikings blast them for an additional seven runs for the 14-0 final verdict.



Crivitz Beats Peshtigo in Non-Conference Matchup

Peshtigo lost at Crivitz by a 7-4 score on Tuesday to finish the season 10-10.

Peshtigo struggled at the plate, scoring a second-inning run when Collin McMahon reached on an error in the third and came around to score and another one when he walked and scored in the fifth.

Peshtigo scored two runs in the sixth but came up short due to a five-run fourth by Crivitz.

Tyler Salzman took the loss for Peshtigo, with five runs (three earned) over three innings.

For the Bulldogs, Zack Wallin went 2-for-3 with two RBIs.



Bulldogs Fall to Stormin Final Packerland Contest

The Peshtigo Bulldogs dropped a non-conference matchup to Kewaunee by a 13-5 tally on Saturday.

Kewaunee's offense was hot from the jump, scoring multiple runs in four of the first five innings, with three in each the first and second.

Peshtigo's bats were working in the early going as well, with two runs in the second by Landon Lemke and Trevor Marquardt and three in the third, with two walks by Koby Cuyler and Preston Rehwinkel starting things off. Lemke and Carson Paris had RBI hits in the inning.

Peshtigo's bats would go quiet, while Kewaunee kept pushing, scoring three in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Will Boettcher was the losing pitcher, with six runs (four earned) in three innings. Jake Berth allowed another six in relief, though only three of his were earned.

At the plate, Peshtigo had seven hits, with two from Rehwinkel. Lemke had an RBI and scored two runs.


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