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Coleman Shuts Out Crivitz to Lead M&O Conference

Issue Date: May 12, 2021

Coleman Shuts Out Crivitz

The Coleman Cougars have been proving themselves to be the team to beat this season amongst the M&O softball powers. Last Monday night they were able to take down the visiting Crivitz Wolverines 10-0.

"We are very fortunate here to have three girls that we can confidently pitch whenever we need them," said Coleman head coach Jean LeVash. "We have others here that can back the other girls up and every girl has something different to bring to the table."

The win was all Coleman all the way and it started with a bang in the first inning where Coleman plated four of their base runners. Another one run in both the second and third innings gave Coleman the 7-0 lead.

Coleman stayed strong and finished that way as their last two innings saw two runs plate in both innings.

At the plate, Coleman's Mackenzie Champagne was four for four with two runs and two RBIs. Aubrey Krieschner was three for three with two runs and two RBIs. Michaela Zeitler posted a two-for-three performance with two runs.

For Crivitz, Raegan Nelsen posted a one-for-one showing while Riley Mueller was one for two.

Taking the pitching win was Courtney DenRuyter who allowed one hit and four walks while striking out 11 in her four innings.

"We have been having some really heads-up base running," said LeVash. "We talk about this all the time and feel the girls, they need to be smarter on the bases and tonight we saw that. We did a great job in the first nine getting on and scoring our first run. There was a dry spell but by the game's end we got things going again."

Mueller took the loss for Crivitz allowing 17 hits and 10 earned runs while striking out five.



Bulldogs Take Two From Eagles at Home

Peshtigo's pitching didn't let Southern Door into either game of a doubleheader on Thursday, May 6, allowing only five hits over two games.

Peshtigo beat Southern Door 10-1 in game one, which counts for the Packerland Conference standings, with Bethany Ahrens allowing just four hits and one run in what coach Bill Wickman called a "strong outing."

Grace Wickman hit the first pitch of the game over the fence to start the Bulldogs off on the right foot, and they never looked back, with 14 hits in the game.

Wickman ended the doubleheader with a 5-for-7 line, doubling three times to go with her first-inning home run in the first game.

Karli Cahill was 3-for-4 with two runs scored in game one, while Sam Kodric and Ahrens each going 2-for-4 with a run scored in the game as well.

Wickman also pitched a one-hitter in game two, which Peshtigo won 5-1, though the bats were a little quieter, with six hits in the game.



Peshtigo - 5

Southern Door - 1

WP - Grace Wickman 5IP, 1K, 1W, 1H, 1R, 1ER 

Leading Hitters (Peshtigo): Wickman 2x3, 2H, RBI; Detry 1x1, R; Dolata 1x2, RBI 



Peshtigo - 10 

Southern Door - 1 

WP - Bethany Ahrens 7IP, 5K, 4W, 4K, 1R, 1ER

Leading Hitters (Peshtigo): Wickman 4x3, 1R, 1RBI, HR; Karli Cahill 3x4, 2R; Allison Peters 4x2, RBI 



Bulldogs Stay Hot at the Plate, Trip Up Tritons 14-3

Seven runs between the first two innings propelled the Peshtigo Bulldogs to a 14-3 win over Notre Dame on Monday.

In the first inning, Grace Wickman singled to lead things off and scored on a Karli Cahill single.

After Allison Peters singled, Bethany Ahrens, who pitched for Peshtigo on the day, helped her own cause with a two-RBI double to give the Bulldogs a 3-0 lead.

After a groundout to start the second, Wickman got things going again with a single. Sydney Lund and Cahill reached on errors by the third-baseman, and Peters clubbed a double to stretch the lead to 6-0. She would score to make it 6-0 later in the inning.

Ahrens would throw six innings of three-run ball, with four hits and two walks doing the damage, but that was more than enough for a Peshtigo win.

At the dish, Wicjman finished 2-for-3 with two runs scored, Peters was 4-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBIs, and Ahrens went 2-for-5. Cahill had two RBIs on a 1-for-3 day.



Bulldogs Beat Menominee to Stay Undefeated on

the Season


It was all Bulldogs when Peshtigo met the Menominee Maroons on Tuesday, with Peshtigo picking up a 16-1 victory.

Menominee scored one run in the first inning, but that would be all the Maroons would muster. Peshtigo, on the other hand, scored three in the first inning and never looked back, with Allison Dudka's six RBIs leading the way.

Dudka tripled twice in three at-bats and scored a run to boot.

"She's a nice hitter. A lot of it is just she needs the confidence," Peshtigo coach Bill Wickman said. "She looked really comfortable at the plate today, she squared up on the ball a couple of times and got two triples, just hit the ball really well."

Dudka said she needs to be more aggressive early in the count, but hopefully, this big game will carry over into conference games.

"I've been struggling at the plate, so to have something like this at the plate really helped me pick up my confidence," Dudka said. "I've just got to remember to jump on it early because that's probably the best pitch I'll get."

Pitching for Peshtigo was Allison Peters. She allowed just one hit and an unearned run, with eight strikeouts and no walks.

Wickman and Dudka both had good things to say about Peters' performance and her strike-throwing ability.

"It definitely helps. Knowing we've got somebody who can put the ball over the plate makes our job easier," Dudka said.

"She was around the plate, she threw great strikes, they weren't right down the middle, she worked the corners and she was very effective tonight," Wickman said. "She's got some good heat, she's got some good movement. She's got a curveball, she's got a screwball, she's got a changeup, we've just got to get her some innings."

Peters also went 2-for-3 at the plate with three runs scored and two RBIs, Sydney Lund scored four runs on four walks, Karli Cahill went 2-for-4 with two runs and three RBIs and Paige Dolata had a run and an RBI.

For Menominee coach Jim Berger and his Maroons, this is a good example of what the team should be aspiring for, Berger said. That starts with the team's attitude.

"We've just got to keep working and improve, the girls have to want to improve, the girls have got to want to fight for it. We can only do so much coaching until they want it," he said.

It won't get much easier for Menominee, as they have eight games in four days beginning Wednesday.

For Menominee, Ashlee Erickson doubled and scored on an error by the Peshtigo shortstop in the first inning, the team's only hit.



Coleman Defeats Wausaukee

The Coleman Cougar girls under the leadership of longtime head coach Jean LeVash smashed their M&O rivals the Wausaukee Rangers in area softball action 18-1.

The win saw Chloe Dufeck pitch a stellar game as she allowed three hits and one walk while allowing no earned runs over her three innings. She struck out three along the way.

Courtney DenRuyter got the pitching save for Coleman with no hits allowed and two walks over her three innings. She struck out six on her day.

At the plate, the Cougars' Cameron Compe was three for four with a double and an RBI. Aubrey Kriesher was two for four with an RBI while MacKenzie Champagne was two for four with two RBIs. Madelyn Hoida posted a one of three showing with four RBIs.



NEW Lutheran No Match for Oconto in No-Hitter DH Blowout

The Green Bay NEW Lutheran girls were shut down and shut out of the contest with the Oconto Blue Devils Thursday evenings as the Blue Devils blasted their way to a two and a half-inning 18-0 win in the first game that involved a no-hitter and 22-2 in the second match.

The quick, fast striking attack by the Blue Devils started right off the bat in the first where the Devils fired in eight runs. Another 10 runs in the second inning were enough to call it a day for the girls from Oconto.

The win saw Oconto's K. Susa pitch a perfect three-inning game allowing no hits, no runs, and no walks while striking out five.

NEW's Scholz took the pitching loss allowing 10 hits, 18 runs (eight earned), and seven walks while striking out two.

At the plate, Oconto's N. Brill was two for two with two runs and two RBIs. Haley Wusterbarth was two for two with two runs and three RBIs while M. Seidl was one for three with three runs and one RBI.

The second game of the day for Oconto went just about the same with NEW managing to stop a shutout with a two-run effort. By the game's end, the Blue Devils had won again 22-2.

Though the game wasn't another no-hitter Blue Devils pitcher A. Schleuter was still tough as nails as she allowed only four hits.

Oconto got things rolling in the first inning with a five-run effort which was answered by NEW with one run in the bottom of the inning.

The Devil's posted six more in the second and three more in the third before NEW posted their second run of the night.

Entering the top of the fourth the Devils led 14-2.

With an additional eight runs in the fourth, the Devils put the game on ice.

Schleuter's winning effort in the pitching circle saw her allowing just four hits and two runs in her four innings pitched. She also struck out four.

NEW's Roubol took the loss allowing six hits, 22 runs (16 earned), and 16 walks while striking out no one.

At the plate, Oconto was led by A. Viestenz with her two for three showing with three runs and one RBI. Sohrweide posted a one-of-one showing with four runs and three RBIs.



Oconto - 22 

NEW Lutheran - 2 

WP - Schleuter 3IP, 4H, 2R, 0ER, 0W, 4K

Leading Hitters (Oconto): Viestenz 2x3, 3Rs, RBI; Sohrweide 1x1, 4Rs, 3RBIs; Wusterbarth 1x1, 4Rs, 2RBIs



Marinette Blanks Wrightstown 10-0

The Marinette Marine softball squad secured a 10-0 shutout win over the Wrightstown Tigers last week.

The win saw the Marines post their first run in the opening inning when H. Ebsch tripled to lead off the game. She scored off M. Carviou's sacrifice fly.

B. Thielen scored in the second inning for Marinette off C. Graney's hit.

S. Nemetz made a three-run game in the third when she went home off of J. Boettcher's fielder's choice hit.

The fourth inning saw M. Renikow slap a home run that also plated Ebsch.

A. Kaculo scored in the fifth while four runs were rung in by the Marines in the sixth for the 10-0 winning readout.

Nemetz secured the pitching win for Marinette allowing two hits while striking out 16.

At the plate, Marinette's Ebsch was three for four with two runs. Nemetz was two for two with two runs and one RBI. Renikow was one for three with two runs and two RBIs along with a home run.



Marinette - 10 

Wrightstown - 0

WP - Sydney Nemetz 6IP, 16K, 0W, 2H, 0R

Leading Hitters (Marinette): Ebsch 3x4, 2H; Nemetz 2x2, R, RBI; KaCalo 2x4, R; Thielen 1x2, R, 2RBI



Coleman Defeats Niagara

The Coleman Cougars posted a 15-1 win over the Niagara Badger girls last week.

The win saw the Cougars' Chloe Dufeck pitch a winning effort over her four innings played. She allowed two hits, one walk, and no runs while striking out two.

At the plate, Coleman's Cameron Compe was three for four with a double, two RBIs, and three runs. Rachel Terp was two for three with two runs and an RBI while Courtney DenRuyter was two for four with two runs and three RBIs. She also had a triple on the day.



Blue Devils Burn Pioneers in Blow Out

The Oconto Blue Devils were not going to be denied the win Saturday afternoon in Sevastopol when they took down the Pioneers by way of a 13-1 final readout.

Oconto took control of the game relatively early as they scored one in the first inning and five in the second inning for the early 6-0 lead.

Sevastopol posted their only run of the game in the bottom of the fourth before Oconto answered back with a heavy-handed seven-run fifth.

At the plate, Oconto's H. Wusterbarth was two for three with two runs and two RBIs. A. Viestenz was two for four with two runs while M. Sohrweide was two for four with one run and three RBIs.

Sevastopol's Luedtke got the only hit of the night in her one for two showings.

Taking the pitching win was Oconto's K. Susa who allowed one hit and one earned run in her four innings. She also allowed two walks while striking out seven along the way.

The loss was given to the Pioneers' Ash who allowed 11 hits, 13 earned runs, and eight walks.



Gillett/Suring Defeats Lena/STAA

The Gillett/Suring Hornets bagged a win in a ridiculously high-scoring match-up with the Lena/STAA Cavvies 25-13.

"This was a much better game than our match against Laona/Wabeno," said Gillett Suring head coach Mitch Umentum. "We had quite a few errors. But that was a really good team. Today they hit the ball well. We have a long way to go pitching but hitting wasn't bad."

The win saw the Hornets post six runs in the first inning and another four in the second while Lena/STAA got four in the first and six in the second for the 10-10 tie exiting the second inning. Neither team scored until the fifth when the Hornets posted another seven runs while the Cavvies answered with two runs.

"We have improved so much," said Lena/STAA head coach Cindy Powers. "This was only our third game and the hitting is really coming around here. I was a little skeptical with my pitching at the start of the season but that is coming along as well. At first, Katie didn't want to pitch but now she really wants to and wants to get better. When we get going we can play well."



The Hornets posted one run in both the fourth and fifth innings before adding a seven-run sixth.

"We have little issues here and there," said Umentum. "We are coming along here. With Covid last year we lost a lot of experience building here but the girls are coming along. We have been having some great practices too."



STAA/Lena Wins Over Wausaukee

The St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena Cavalier softball team took an 11-9 win over the hosting Wausaukee Rangers.

STAA/Lena wasted no time in setting the tone in this match as they scored their first four batters of their lineup in the first inning.

The Cavvies added four additional runs in the second while Wausaukee responded with one run in the bottom of the second. One-third inning run by the Cavvies and two by the Rangers set the score at 9-3 in favor of STAA/Lena.

Wausaukee posted two more runs in the fourth and two in the sixth while STAA/Lena got one in the fourth to bring the score to 10-8.

That final inning saw the Rangers get the score close but not close enough as the Cavvies bagged the two-run win.

STAA/Lena's K. Knox posted the pitching win allowing nine hits, nine runs (six earned), and eight walks while striking out three.

Rachel Schlies took the loss for Wausaukee allowing four hits, 11 runs (nine earned), and 13 walks while striking out nine.



Niagara Defeats Gillett/Suring

The Niagara Badgers took the 14-3 win over the Gillett/Suring Hornets Monday night in Niagara.

The Badgers posted four runs in the first inning which the Hornets answered with a three-run first.

Niagara added two in the second and five in the fourth before wrapping up strong with a three-run fifth inning.



Norway Shuts Down Crivitz

The Norway baseball team traveled to Crivitz to tale on the Wolverines Tuesday evening and handed the home field Crivitz boys a 15-2 loss.

The loss saw the Norway boys post three runs in the first inning while Crivitz posted their only two runs of the night in the bottom of the first.

Seven additional Norway runs in the second and one in the third gave Norway the 11-2 lead.

That lead only got bigger as Norway pounded out three third-inning runs and one fourth inning score for their 15 point final total.

Nilea Guns took the loss for the Wolverines and allowed 16 hits, 14 runs (10 earned), and three walks while striking out two.

Norway's K. Stanchina took the win pitching her way to six strikeouts while allowing three hits, two earned runs, and one walk.



Ahrens Pitches Peshtigo Past Gibraltar

A fifth-inning walk and one dropped third strike were all that separated Bethany Ahrens from perfection on Saturday.

Ahrens fired a no-hitter over five innings in the Peshtigo Bulldogs' 12-0 win over Gibraltar, with her only allowed baserunners coming on a second-inning dropped third strike and a walk with two outs in the fifth. Neither runner advanced past first base. She struck out nine of the 17 batters she faced, and also went 2-for-4 with a run scored at the plate.

On the offensive side, Grace Wickman's 4-for-4 day with three runs scored, a double and an RBI pops off the scoresheet.

Peshtigo posted 15 hits as a team, with Allison Peters going 2-for-3 with a run and three RBIs, Lexi Kehoe finishing 2-for-3 with two runs.



Peshtigo - 12 

Gibraltar - 0 

WP - Bethany Ahrens 5IP, 9K, 1W, 0H, 0R 

Leading Hitters (Peshtigo): Wickman 4x4, 3R, 2RBI; Peters 2x3, 1R, 3RBIs; Kehoe 2x3, 2Rs



Marinette Takes

Loss to Freedom

The Marinette Marines lost to the Freedom Irish 0-3.

Marinette's Sydney Nemetz took the pitching loss allowing two hits, three runs (one earned), and no walks while striking out eight.

M. Carviou was two for four while M. Renikow was one for three at the plate.



Oconto Defeats Algoma

The Oconto Blue Devils bagged an 8-5 win over the Algoma Wolves Tuesday night in Oconto.

The win saw the Devils post the first runs of the match in the bottom of the third where they worked their way to a three-run lead.

Algoma got on the board in the fourth with two runs while adding a third run in the fifth to tie the match at 3-3.

Algoma took the lead for a short time in the sixth with a two-run effort while Oconto put the game away in the bottom of the sixth with five runs.

Oconto's K. Susa bagged the win pitching for the Blue Devils. She allowed five hits, five runs (two earned), and five walks while striking out seven.

Algoma's Ferndale posted the loss allowing four hits, eight runs, and four walks while striking out six.






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