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Cougars Defeat Rangers in Shootout For Conference Championship

Issue Date: May 16, 2019

The Wausaukee Rangers and Coleman Cougars certainly didn't have a pitching duel on their hands Tuesday night as both teams hitters found a way to open the game up with Coleman ending on top of the high scoring shootout 14-10.

"It was a great start for us," said Wausaukee Head Coach Jon Betts. "We have been hitting well and for us to start this game like this was super important. I think hanging with them early really helped get out bats going."

Hunter Woulf was dangerous at the plate for the Cougars with three hits on the day and four RBIs.

"It was a good thing to see us get a little behind, said Capser. "You never know how things are going to turn out until the wheels start coming off a little bit and we haven't had this happen yet so It was nice to see them come back and hit the ball well and run bases aggressively."

Mason Risner tacked on three hits as well while getting three RBIs.

"I didn't' quite expect this one to turn out this way," said Coleman Coach Kent Casper. "I thought we would have been a little better on the mound today but Wausaukee hit the ball well today. If you walk people and they start hitting the ball that can really get to you."

Wausaukee's Hayden Renikow added up two hits while Cole Caylor chipped in three RBIs.

"We had some good momentum going after those six runs," said Betts. "Coleman always hits the ball really well, when we play them we need to be error free, which we weren't today we cant give these guys anything."

On the mound Coleman's Woulf pitched two strikeouts while Wausaukee's Struve pitched for two strikeouts.

Coleman's win over Wausaukee effectively give them the 2019 conference championship with Wausaukee coming up in the runner up sport for the season.

The win gives Coleman it's fifth straight conference championship.

Bulldogs Move Closer to Outright Title With Extra Inning Win Over Eagles

It took an extra inning, but Peshtigo's pitching depth got things done against Southern Door Friday to maintain its nearly spotless Packerland Conference record.

For its 12th conference win to just one loss and claim at least a share of the conference title, Peshtigo needed six innings from Nick Nielson and one from Darren Dionne to hold off Southern Door while the bats got it going.

Nielson allowed two runs (one earned) on seven hits and a walk, while Dionne threw scoreless innings in the seventh and eighth, striking out one and allowing one hit.

"Our defense did a really good job and our pitchers both stepped up in a bigtime way. Today was definitely a playoff atmosphere," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "Both teams knew what the ramifications of the game would be and both our pitchers, they pitched together eight playoff games combined now, so they're used to that moment, so they handled it like the juniors and seniors that they are."

Peshtigo's two runs came in the first, with leadoff hitter Travis Plym reaching on an error by the shortstop and Brody Heroux singling and scoring on a wild pitch later in the inning. Peshtigo did leave runners on second and third in the inning.

In the third, Southern Door got one back with the benefit of an error, adding another in the fifth to knot things up.

In the eighth, Plym got things going with a single. Nielson walked, Brandon Eick had a bunt single and a sacrifice fly to center by Brody Heroux turned out to be the winning run.

"This is just chapter 16 of the same book, essentially. This is our 16th game of the year and we won it the same way we've won other games," Henrigillis said, referencing the last inning, which started with a soft single and took a couple of favors from the opposing team. "Take a win any way you can get it. It's not always going to be a double to the gap or a home run over the fence. Sometimes you need that: an error, a walk, a bunt and a sacrifice fly. That's how you win high school baseball games and I was glad to see our guys put the pressure on the defense today."

Southern Door's Tyler Kroll managed to throw a complete game despite the extra inning working against his pitch count. He struck out five.

"That was a really good game. I was glad the way we started. We put two runs right away on their pitcher and he threw 25 pitches in the first inning and our guys hit him really well, but I tell you what, he settled in," Henrigillis said, noting that Kroll threw just 70 pitches in seven innings after the first inning. "He did a great job. He had our guys knocked down after that first inning."

Peshtigo can clinch the outright conference title with a win over Sturgeon Bay on Friday, the team that the Bulldogs shared the title with last season.

"Personally, myself and some of the players that were on the team last year, I know they won't say it outright, but I will: We want to go to Sturgeon Bay and we want to win on Friday," Henrigillis said.

Peshtigo and Sturgeon Bay tied last year despite Peshtigo beating the Clippers head-to-head. Henrigillis and the Bulldogs are aiming to hold the trophy solo this year.

Wausaukee Posts Conference Tourney Win Over Crivitz

The Wausaukee Ranger traveled to Crivitz Monday night to task eon the Wolverines in the first round of the 2019 M&O Conference tournament.

After a heated couple of innings the rangers opened the game up for the 7-1 win.

The game was all about good defense over the first three innings as neither team was able to find their way to the plate. Crivitz stopped a first inning plate attempt by tagging the runner on his way while Wausaukee shutdown Crivitz with a double play at the plate.

The top of the fourth though is were Wausaukee started separating themselves from the Wolverines. Kyle Struve got things rolling during the fourth with a single to right field down the foul line. He was followed by Hayden Renikow on a single. Andrew Schroeder brought in Struve on a single while Cole Caylor bagged another BI off a single.

Schroeder along with Caylor scored on a error in the next at bat giving the Rangers the 4-0 lead.

Crivitz answered with one run over the bottom of the inning. Jonah Behrendt led off with a single while Chase Gosse brought him home off a single to left field.

Wausaukee scored all the rest of their runs during the top of the fifth. Struve agin got things going with a single while Renikow walked for two on. Schroeder slugged a double for the RBI while Caylor also clubbed a double, getting two runner in.

On the mound Schroeder allowed five hits, one earned run and two walks while striking out 11 during his six and two thirds innings.

Jaden Werner was slapped with the loss for the Wolverines as she gave up nine hits, seven earned runs and one walk while striking out seven.

At the plate Crivitz's Behrendt was one of three with one run while Gosse was one of three with one RBI.

Wausaukee's reendow and Struve were both two of three with two runs while Schroeder was two of four with two runs and two RBIs.

The win advances Wausaukee to the conference tournament championship where they will face the Cougars who defeated Niagara. In order for the rangers to become champions they will have to defeat the Cougars twice.

Coleman Beats Niagara

The Coleman Cougars in last Monday night's match up left the Niagara Badgers reeling with a 10-0 defeat.

The 10 run shutout win saw the Cougars get seven of the runs in the third inning.

Another one in the third and two in the fifth gave the Cougars more than they needed.

Zack Zablocki recorded three hits and two RBIs for the Cougars while Tyler Blanchard got two. Casey Casper and Brandon Engels both posted two RBIs.

"Zack Zablocki had some great hits today," said Casper. "He had three hits, but Zablocki has of late been hitting so well. So good to see this kind of effort out of a sophomore."

Seth Seefeldt struck out five for the Cougars in his mind win while Niagara's haven took the loss striking out three.

"Outstanding pitching from our mound today,"n said Coleman Head Coach Kent Casper. "Seefeldt pitched three innings and Bintz came in and pitched two, the two pitched very efficiently.Having a low count like these two id gives us plenty to choose from going into the tournament"

Crivitz Takes Win Over Niagara To Take Third Place in Conference Tourney

The crivitz Wolverines are third place overall for the conference tournament as they defeated the Niagara Badgers at home Tuesday night for the third place sport.

Niagara started strong in this one, getting one run in the first and another in the third for a 2-0 lead, but the Wolverines were just a bit slow on the get go as they picked up speed in the third with three runs. Another three in the fourth and two in the fifth helped to bring the Wolverines to a 8-3 lead which they improved upon with a single run to close the night play.

At the plate the Wolverines were led by Chase Gosse with a two of three performance. he had three RBIs. Austin Burnside went one of three with two runs and two RBIs while Cougar Wagner was one of three with two runs and one RBI.

Niagara's Tristian Degrading was one of two while Anthony Hansen was one of three with an RBI.

On the mound the Wolverines' Dawson Andrist got the win allowing one hit, three runs and three walks while striking out two over his four innings. Alec Grandaw got the save for there Wolverines pitching two innings and allowing one hit and one walk while striking out three.

Niagara's Landen Kaldor allowed nine hits, six runs and one walk while striking out two.

Coleman Nearly Blanks Gillett/Suring

The Coleman Cougars nearly came away with a suit out win over the visiting Gillett/Suring Hornets last Thursday as they put down the Hornets 15-1.

It was a huge first and second inning that helped push the Cougars past the Hornets early as seven runs crossed to open the game followed by another four in the second inning.

With three runs in the third and one in the bottom of the of the to answer the Hornets one run top of the inning, the Cougars had all they needed to end the game early on the mercy rule.

Tyler Blanchard had two hits for the Cougars while Brandon Engels also got two hits. Nick Teteak posted three RBIs while Sam King and Hunter Woulf both got two RBIs.

Rangers Blow Out Cavaliers

Wausaukee had all cylinders firing on offense on Friday, winning big over Saint Thomas Aquinas 16-1

The Rangers opened up scoring in the first inning. Cole Caylor drove in two when he doubled.

Caylor led things off on the hill for Wausaukee. He lasted one inning, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out three and walking one.

Logan Shallow was on the hill for Saint Thomas Aquinas. He surrendered 11 runs on eight hits over two innings, striking out two. Ethan Russel threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

The Rangers collected 13 hits on the day. Tyler Gruszynski, Alex Wojcik, and Brenden Versaskas all managed multiple hits for Wausaukee. Gruszynski went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the Rangers in hits.

Oconto Falls Splits with Clintonville in Double Header

The Oconto Falls Panthers came way with a win and a loss Friday night as they took down the visiting Clintonville boys winning game one 7-1 and losing game two 10-3.

During game one the Panthers were able to defensively stop Clintonville from doing just about anything as winning pitcher for Oconto Falls' Connor Petz gave up just three hits along the way.

The Panthers got two across during the third while posting a big seventh inning with five final runs.

Clintonville got their only score of the game during the bottom of the fourth.

Peetz took the mound win for the Panther giving up just three hits and four walks while striking out five. Jared Cartwright took the loss for Clintonville allowing 12 hits and two walks while striking out three.

At the plate the Panthers' Jake Foster was two for three with a double while Mitchell Mans went three for four with a double and an RBI. Peter finished the night two of four with a double and three RBIs.

Game two saw the Clintonville boys turn the abel on the Panthers as they came way victorious 10-3.

Clintonville got six of those runs during the third inning while on came in during the fourth for three over the seventh.

The Panthers were able to get on across during the first inning while posting one run in both the fifth and sixth innings.

The loss was handed to the Panthers' Dylan Nelson who allowed three walks and three hits. he struck out one.

Missed Opportunities

Cost Marinette Loss to Little Chute


Little Chute scored in the first inning and again in the second to put Marinette behind the eight-ball to start.

Marinette scored in the fourth and fifth, but it could have had more. In the first inning, the Marines had the bases loaded and failed to score. In the fourth, a runner was left on third.

"I think the difference in the game was us not being able to capitalize when we had guys in scoring position,' Marinette coach Andy Walters said. "Multiple times we had bases loaded or guys on second base with one out or less and just couldn't get the runs in. That was the difference in the ballgame."

Rylie Nelson pitched the bulk of the game for Marinette, with Walters saying he had an "excellent game," avoiding walks and throwing strikes.

Trey Bretl had two hits and a run scored for Marinette.

Peshtigo Slips Past Gibraltar To Keep Conference Lead

The Peshtigo Bulldogs continue to play and win close games.

The Bulldogs defeated Gibraltar 7-6 on Saturday. Both teams scored once in the second inning. Gibraltar got one in the third, but Peshtigo got two, with Travis Plym and Nick Nielson each singling and scoring on RBIs from Nolan Lemke and Mitch Peters.

Gibraltar scored twice in the fourth, but Peshtigo matched it once again with three runs in the fifth. Nielson singled, Brandon Eick doubled him home and Brody Heroux walked. Eick and Heroux each came around to score to restore Peshtigo's lead, but it wouldn't last long.

Alex Langhlin homered and Trevor Reinhardt doubled and scored to get the Vikings within one, but they couldn't come back in the seventh, with Heroux closing the door with a scoreless inning.

Nolan Lemke pitched two innings, allowing two runs on four walks and no hits, Darren Dionne allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits and a walk.

Marinette Splits a Pair With Freedom

The Marinette Marines defeated Freedom 4-2 on Saturday behind the arm of Trey Bretl, but they fell 10-1 in the second game, with the bats coming alive for their opponents.

Bretl threw seven innings of five-hit, two-run ball, though only one run was earned. He walked two and struck out 10 on the way to a win.

At the plate, he also scored a run and added an RBI. Though Marinette's offense wasn't red-hot, it scored four runs on four hits and three walks, with three errors helping out.

Braeden McMahon, Joe Bezio and Rylie Nelson each scored runs in the game.

In the 10-1 loss, Freedom scored 10 runs on 15 hits, striking out just twice and benefitting from four Marinette errors.

Marinette, on the other hand, scored once on four hits.

Tyler Fayta took the loss for Marinette, with Freedom scoring six runs in the first inning to put itself in the driver's seat before the game even got rolling.

Stewart Pitches Marines Past Truckers in NEC Contest

After they fell behind following the first inning against Clintonville on Monday, the Marinette Marines got hot to get a 7-1 win Monday.

Clintonville got a run off of Nate Stewart in the first, but it didn't get more than that, as Stewart allowed just one hit over 6 2/3 innings, striking out four. He did allow five walks, but he was able to work around them to get the win.

He was helped by his team's bats, with Marinette scoring two runs in the second, three in the third and one in both the fifth and sixth.

Marinette only had six hits, but the Marines walked six times, were hit by two pitches and reached on three errors.

Trey Bretl went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored to lead the way, with Joe Bezio, Rylie Nelson and Tyler Fayta adding a hit apiece.






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