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Teams Fight for Postion as Shortened Season Nears End

Issue Date: May 10, 2018

Rangers Roll To Win Over Maroons

The Wausaukee Rangers were quick to action on Thursday evening when they took down the Menominee Maroons in five innings 11-1.

Maddison Renikow led off with a triple and was brought home by Callie Orlando on a double. Kaila Backhaus double to bring home Orlando while Madelyn Schlies recorded the two RBI single.

Sammy Gruszynski kept the first inning on end with another RBI single while Renikow returned to the plate a short while later for an RBI single.

The second inning saw Schlies single and score while Kaelyn Schlies scored in the fourth.

Menominee only run of the evening came in the second when Karley Plutchak went home on a fielders choice.

Taking the win for Wausaukee was Brooke Lesperance with five strikeouts in her 17 at bats. She allowed four hits and one earned run.

Emma Laatoh took the loss allowing eight hits and nine earned runs.

At the plate Renikow went three of four with two runs and an RBI while Madelyn Schlies was two of three with two runs and two RBIs. Orlando was two of three with one run and two RBIs.



Cougar Girls Take Down Cavvies

The Coleman Cougar girls softball squad secured a 7-3 victory over the Lena/STAA girls Thursday night in Coleman.

The Cavvies took an early lead with three runs scored over the opening frame but a determined Coleman squad returned fire in the fourth with five runs and capped off the scoring in the fifth with two additional scores.

The Cavvies Marley Carviou posted four hits at the plate while Coleman's Kyla Manning and Caitlyn Huberty both bagged two hits on the day.

Coleman's Zeitler had two RBIs while the Cavvies Millie Benson posted one.

Annabelle Kotecki took the win for the Cougars with 10 strikeouts and 25 first pitch strikes. Carviou was saddled with the loss with 6 strikeouts to her name while whipping 20 first pitch strikes.



Hornets Sting Wolverines with Loss

The Gillet Suring Hornets went wild against the Crivitz Wolverines Thursday in Crivitz with a huge 15-2 win.

The Hornets wasted no time in getting to that five inning win as three runs crossed in the first another two in the second and a single in the third. Three more crossed in the fourth while the fifth was capped off with sic more scores for that 15 point readout.

Crivitz was able to muster one run in the third and one in the fourth.

Sydney Young took the win for the Hornets with eight strikeouts. She allowed seven hits and two earned runs.

Sarah Bublitz took the loss allowing 20 hits, 15 earned runs and three walks while striking out six.

At the plate the Hornets'Taylor Yonker was three of three with two runs and four RBIs while Faith Sorlie was three of four with three runs and an RBI

Kieren Gribben led the way for the Wolverines with a two of three showing at the plate.



Gillet/Suring Bags Win Over Niagara

The Gillett/Suring Hornets secured a 9-2 win over the Niagara Badgers Friday night in Niagara.

Angel Griffin got things rolling for the Hornets with a lead off single while Emily Umentum followed with a double. Taylor Yonker posted an opening frame triple. All three scored for the early lead.

Niagara answered with an Allison Wells run over the first.

At the plate Yonker was three of four with two runs while Paige Krueger was two of three. Angle Griffen posted a two of three day at the plate with two runs.



Niagara Shutsdown Oneida

The Niagara Badger softball squad had no issue taking the 11-1 win over the visiting Oneida Nation Thunderhawks Friday.

Niagara racked up a 5-0 lead over the first before increasing it over the subsequent innings with the fourth seeing the second biggest scoring push at three runs.

At the plate Niagara was led by Allison Wells with a three of four showing with three runs.

Tiara Barber led the way for the Thunderhawks with a one of two showing at the plate with one run.



Wausaukee Gets Narrow Win Over Three Lakes

The Wausaukee Rangers took a non-conference win over the visiting Three Lakes girls 4-3 Friday night.

Three Lakes took the lead first as they pushed across a single run over the third inning.

Wausaukee responded with a Kylee Smith run off a Sirina Tyler RBI to tie things up.

Three Lakes got another two across over the sixth while Wausaukee's Kaelyn Schlies scored a run over the sixth.

The Rangers took the lead in the final inning with a Callie Orlando run off a Smith RBI. Smith crossed home off a past ball for the win.

Smith was one of three with two runs while Kaelyn Schlies was one of three with a run.

Three Lakes' Schmidt was three of three at the plate.

Lexi Zak took the win with four strikeouts while allowing six hits and three runs. Anna Lorbetske took the loss allowing 11 hits, three earned runs and two walks while striking out 10.



Wausaukee Takes DH Win Over Bark River

The Wausaukee Rangers hosted Bark River-Harris for a double header Saturday that saw the Rangers take both games. The first a 2-0 win, the second an overwhelming 17-0 win.

During the first game Wausaukee held the Bark River girls off the plate and scored a run from Sirinia Tyler in the fourth and another from Tyler in the sixth for the win.

During that match up Tyler was one of two at the plate with two runs.

Allison Versaskas took the pitching win allowing three walks, five hits and no runs while striking out seven.

Eden Oswald took the loss allowing four hits, two earned runs and two walks.

During Game two the slow to start bats of the rangers bursted into flames as the Rangers went on to a big 17-0 early win.

The Rangers scored five in the first inning another four in the second and four more in third before blasting out another four in the fourth.

At the plate Kaila Backhaus was two of three with three runs and an RBI. Madelyn Schlies was two of four with four runs and an RBI while Versaskas was two of three with two runs.



Coleman Comes Away With Win Over Bonduel

The Coleman Cougars girls bagged a 7-2 win over the Bonduel Bears Saturday afternoon.

Coleman got on the board first with two runs scored over the first while Bonduel tied things up in the top of the second.

The Cougars plugged out one run over the second and three more over the third to regain the lead with a little breathing room. With one final run tallied in the sixth the Cougars had all they needed, thanks to some great defensive play.

At the plate Kyla Manning was two of four with one run and one RBI. Sierra Pashek was one of one with n RBI.

Bonduel's A. Berry was two of three at the plate.

Taking the pitching win was Annabelle Kotecki who struck out 13 while allowing six hits and two earned runs.

Taking the loss was B. Reinke who allowed six hits, six earned runs and seven walks.



Coleman Unstoppable Against Crivitz

The Coleman Cougars were not to be trifled with Monday in Crivitz as they took down the hosting Wolverines 11-1.

Coleman went wild over the first two innings pushing in four over the first and six over the second to take an early and big lead 10-0.

Crivitz was able to get a single run across over the bottom of the second but it would be their last as Coleman capped off the evening's scoring with one final run in the fourth.

After five innings Coleman's Annabelle Kotecki had taken the win with 18 first strike pitches and eight strikeouts.

At the plate Coleman's Caitlyn Huberty was four of four with two hits while Kyla Manning got three. Kotecki had two.



Rangers Get Three Inning Win Over Hornets

Well it must have felt like the quickest game in the world for the girls of Wausaukee but it certainly felt like the longest to hosting Gillett/Suring who fell to the invading Ranger's 16-1.

Wausaukee's scoring push could not be stopped as five Rangers found a way to cross the plate win the first. Another five came across in the second while the fourth saw Wausaukee run wild with six more scores.

Sydney Young was saddled with the head loss giving up four hits, 16 runs (10 earned) and two walks while striking out three.

At the plate the Rangers' Orlando was two of four with two runs while Versaskas was two of three with one run. Renikow was two of three with two runs.

Lexi Zak took the win striking out four while allowing two hits and one earned run which was earned by A. Griffen in her one of two showing at the plate.



Marines Sink Vikings With 17 Hit Outing

Marinette dominated Denmark on Friday, May 4, taking a 16-4 win from the previously undefeated Vikings.

Jordan Boettcher went 4-for-4 in the game with three RBIs, but she wasn't alone in crushing the Denmark pitching, as the Marines tallied 17 hits and walked six times off Kailyn Petit.

McKenzie Bebo crushed two home runs and totaled six RBIs, with teammates Chloe Lambie and Tatum Ihde each hitting a home run as well. Maya Carviou had three hits with two RBIs in the game.

Syd Nemetz started and finished the six-inning game for the Marines. She allowed four runs on seven hits and four walks, striking out three.



Marines Dominated by Denmark Pitching

After soundly defeating Denmark just three days earlier, Marinette managed just one hit against the Vikings in a 9-1 loss on Monday.

Jordan Boettcher was the only Marine to get a hit in the game off of Grace Nys, who walked two batters and struck out nine for the game.

When the two teams met Friday, Marinette took the game 16-4, but the Marines couldn't get things going Monday.

Syd Nemetz pitched six innings for the Marines, striking out five but allowing 12 hits and walking three.



Big First Inning Pushes Peshtigo Past NEW

It was all over from the first inning when Peshtigo and NEW Lutheran faced off, as the Bulldogs hung 12 runs on the board in the first.

The Bulldogs had eight hits in the first inning, with Olivia Lewis scoring three runs in the first two innings alone. Lexi DeBriyn started the game as the Bulldogs' pitcher, also scoring three runs offensively.

Madi Martin and Emma Frederickson had two RBIs each. Kennedy Chmela and Shae Tonn each scored two runs.

The game ended after four innings, with Peshtigo running away with the victory.



Early Lead Helps Bulldogs Beat Panthers

Peshtigo rebounded from being no-hit by Seymour to beat Oconto Falls 9-4 on Saturday, May 5.

The Bulldogs scored two runs in the first inning and three in the second, never looking back.

Shae Tonn, Lexy Debriyn and Grace Wickman each scored runs in the first, with a familiar cast doing the work again in the second. Tonn, Olivia Lewis and Debriyn each had runs in the second.

Tonn and Lewis scored three runs apiece.

Haley Bell had a big game for the Panthers. She went 4-for-4 with two RBIs in the loss. Kaelyn Allen doubled and scored in the game.

Katelyn Albrecht started for the Panthers, allowing seven runs, six of which were earned. She struck out five batters, allowing nine hits and one walk.



Peshtigo Shuts Out Sevastopol for Packerland Win

Peshtigo finished off Sevastopol in five innings on Monday, May 7, winning 10-0 in tough weather conditions.

Shae Tonn, Olivia Lewis, Lexy Debriyn, Grace Wickman and Emma Frederickson came around to score in the first inning, allowing the Bulldogs to jump out to a five-run lead.

Wickman and Madi Martin scored in the third and fourth, respectively, with the fifth inning closing off the Pioneers.

Frederickson had a hand in seven Peshtigo runs. She had five RBIs and came around to score twice, playing a big part in the Peshtigo offense. Two of the RBIs came on a two-run home run in the fifth to cap off a 3-for-3 day.

Debriyn started the game, going four innings. Tonn came in to shut the door after Debriyn started the fifth. She struck out two and stranded the bases loaded.



Lady Bulldogs No-Hit By Thunder

Seymour shut out Peshtigo in a 10-0 win on Saturday, May 5, as the bats never got going for the Bulldogs.

Seymour started off hot, scoring four runs in the first, while the Bulldogs were put away in order in all six innings.

Seymour scored three more runs in the third and three in the sixth to end the game in the sixth.


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