space
space
Peshtigo Times
space
space
space
Perspectives
* From My Window
space
space
Sports Shorts
* Cougars Return To State With Win Over Tigers
* Bulldogs/Marines Advance to Sectional Finals
* Area D3 Athletes Move on to State Competition
* WIAA"State Track & Field in La Crosse This Week
* Marines Take Third at D2 State Meet, Ty Kretz Claims Bronze

space
Peshtigo Fire
space
e-Edition
Now Available
For more information
click here
dot
THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
space
dot
space

Lena/STAA Claims Shut Out Win Over Gillett/Suring

Issue Date: May 12, 2021

STAA/Lena Wins Over Gillett/Suring

The STAA/Lena Cavaliers posted an 8-0 shut-out win over the Gillett/Suring Hornets with only one hit allowed by the Cavvies all game long.

"The bats didn't get going early," said STAA/Lena head coach Jack Farley. "But by the end of the game we got them going so I was very happy to see that."

The Cavvies Ethan Russell scored first, getting home off a Logan Shallow single. Shallow also scored for the 2-0 lead.

"We are taking little steps this season," said Gillett/Suring head coach Joe Lojpersberger. "I told them after the game we made it seven innings today and that's a step in the right direction. They are having fun and learning the game."

Russell again found himself returning to the plate for the Cavvies in inning three where he hit a single and crushed home off a Shallow sacrifice fly.

Griffin Knox slapped a double during the fourth inning that scored three runners.

Logan Graef and Shallow both scored in the sixth inning.

Taking the pitching win was Shallow who nearly pitched a perfect game allowing just one hit all game long. "He did just amazing today", said Farley of his pitcher. "We were a little sloppy on defense today. We have been working on that but the pitching really came through for us."

He also struck out 17 would-be hitters.

"Positivity is key for this team," said Lojpersberger. "We can't be putting each other down and hurting each other's confidence cause that's what we need the most out here. The guys are just not sure of themselves out there. We are getting there slowly."

At the plate, Josh Kristoff had three hits while Russell and Shallow both added on two hits each.

"These guys play football together so they usually work well together," said Farley. "Even though they are from two different schools these guys are all close. This is a young team and in a few years, this team is going to really pull, itself together. Obviously, we need to clean up some of these errors but we got a win today and I can't complain."



Oconto Falls Bags Win Over Freedom

The Oconto Falls Panthers were the victors in Wednesday night's action up with the Freedom Irish who they set down 3-0.

The first four innings of the contest were relatively silent with the Panthers picking up the first run of the game in the second inning.

It wasn't until the fifth that the Panthers increased that lead by two.

On the day the Panthers got five hits and two errors while the Irish posted no runs and just one single hit.

At the plate for O. Falls Branden VanderMoss was two for three with a double.

The Panthers' Tucker Bouche allowed just one hit in his mound win while walking three and striking out 12.

Freedom's Jaden Behnke took the loss allowing five hits and three earned runs while walking three and striking out five.



Marinette Takes Loss to Little Chute

Little Chute Mustangs defeated the Marinette Marines Monday night 8-0.

Owen Suennen started and took the loss for the Marines.

Suennen had the only base hit for the Marines. Christian Schroeder pitched 2 1/3 innings in relief and gave up 1 run. 

Marinette will host Wrightstown on Saturday for a DH. 



St. Mary's Catholic Defeats Crivitz

The St. Mary's Catholic Zephyrs were able to post the win over the Crivitz Wolverines Friday evening at St. Mary's 14-4.

The Zephyrs took the early lead in this one as they posted the game's first runs in the bottom of the second inning where they took the 4-0 lead.

Crivitz answered back with two in the top of the third while St. Mary's posted four in the bottom of the fourth for the 8-2 lead.

Crivitz was able to work out one run in the fifth and one in the sixth for their four-run final while the Zephyrs added up six runs in the final bottom inning.

Sean Christiansen took the loss for the Wolverines allowing five hits and eight earned runs while walking five. He struck out three along the way.

St. Mary's Ben Wilson got the win on the mound allowing four hits, four runs (two earned), and one walk while striking out eight.

At the plate, St. Mary's Caden Akey was two for three with two runs. Daniel Decker was three for four with two runs and four RBIs while Ethan Collins was one for three with one run and two RBIs.



Crivitz Survives Close Call With Niagara

The Crivitz Wolverines were the victors over the Niagara Badgers in seven tough innings in Niagara. After the dust settled the Wolverines were the winners 8-6.

The close competition saw the two teams go scoreless over the first inning before things started to open up. Crivitz was first to post runs, scoring two in the top of the second inning. Niagara answered with one at the bottom of the second.

Crivitz increased the lead to 3-1 in the third while Niagara kept it close with two runs in the bottom of the third.

The game continued to go blow for blow with Crivitz adding one in the fourth while Niagara added three in the bottom of the fifth.

The backbreaker for the Badgers proved to be the Wolverine's late-game effort as the guys from Crivitz posted three runs in the sixth and one additional in the seventh for the lead needed for the win.

Taking the pitching win for the Wolverines was Tegan Werner who allowed one hit, no runs, and four walks while striking out five.

Niagara's Mason Richter posted the loss allowing nine hits, seven runs (six earned), and four walks while striking out one.

At the plate, Crivitz's Werner was three for five with two runs and two RBIs. Eli Gruszynski was two for five with two runs and one RBI.

Niagara's Blake Holmes was three for four with one run and three RBIs while Edward Swanson was one for four with one run and one RBI.



Oconto Falls Drops Match to Freedom

The Oconto Falls Panthers took a hard loss to the Freedom Irish Thursday afternoon 10-1.

The loss saw the Panthers score first in the third inning which was answered by the Irish in the bottom of the inning with one run.

Freedom tacked on six more in the fifth before wrapping up the scoring in the sixth with three more runs.

O. Falls' Braden VanderMoss took the loss allowing four hits, four earned runs, and one walk while striking out one.

Freedom's Tony Dietzen took the loss giving up seven hits, one run, and two walks while striking out six.

At the plate, Oconto Falls' VanderMoss was two for four.



Oconto Falls Gets Swept in DH With Little Chute

The Little Chute Mustangs handed the Oconto Falls Panthers a double loss day, shutting the Panthers out in game one 6-0 and defeating them again in game two 16-6.

Game one saw the Mustangs post two runs in the bottom of the first inning while adding to the lead in the second inning with an additional run.

Little Chute posted one run in the fourth while getting their final two runs in the sixth inning.

Braden Uelman took the loss for the O. Falls guys allowing two walks, four hits, and four runs (three earned).

Drew Joten took the win for the Mustangs allowing five hits and no runs or walks while striking out four.

Game two saw the Panthers put up a bit more of a fight but still eventually fell 16-6.

Oconto Falls scored first getting five runs in the third innings. But the Mustangs were able to respond with a five-run bottom of the inning.

With a 105 five lead, the Mustangs added two in the fifth and one in the sixth while Oconto Falls posted their final run in the top of the sixth.

Little Chute finished the insight with a three-run seventh inning.

Taking the pitching win was Charlie VanderBurght who allowed two hits and one run while walking two and striking out eight.

Braden VanderMoss took the loss allowing seven hits, seven runs (six earned), and no walks while striking out one.



Coleman Defeats Crivitz In Close Competition

The Coleman Cougars and Crivitz Wolverines had an exciting strategic battle last Monday night when they faced off in Crivitz. After seven well-played innings, the Cougars were the victors 3-2.

The first two innings saw neither team advance a runner past second base.

Coleman broke the silence in the third inning when Will Bieber reached off a walk then scored off an error.

Crivitz answered in the bottom half of the inning when Kaiden Goltz made it to first off a fielder's choice then scored when Coleman committed an error of their own.

Coleman's lead was increased in the fifth thanks to a Noah Nosgovitz run off another error.

Coleman made it a 3-1 game in the seventh when Nosgovitz reached off an error and scored off a Cayden Bintz fly-out.

Crivitz scored one in the final half-inning getting Chad Schroeder in off an Eli Gruszynski single to center field.

Coleman's Karson Casper got the win on the mound allowing five hits, two runs (one earned), and one walk while stirring out two. Cayden Bintz tallied a save in his one inning allowing two hits.

Austin Burnside took the loss for the Wolverines allowing two hits, two runs, and two walks while striking out eight



Coleman Blanks Wausaukee

The Coleman Cougars got a resounding win over the Wausaukee Rangers Thursday night, taking the win with a 15-0 shutout.

The win saw the Cougars post plenty of early game runs with two being run in during the first and another six in the second.

Coleman's perfect day saw a seven-run third inning.

Coleman's Karson Casper posted the pitching win allowing no hits and no runs while striking out five.

Wausaukee's Alex Wojcik took the loss allowing 11 hits and 10 runs while striking out one.



Lena/STAA Defeats Wausaukee

The Rangers lost the lead late in an 8-6 loss to STAA/Lena on Tuesday.

The game was tied at six with STAA/Lena batting in the top of the seventh when Lane Whiting singled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run.

Despite the loss, the Rangers did collect ten hits. Unfortunately, Lena/Aquinas had 11 hits on the way to victory.

The Cavvies fired up the offense in the first inning, when Logan Shallow doubled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

In the bottom of the fifth inning, the Rangers tied things up at six when Will Koester singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring two runs.

The Cavvies scored three runs in the fifth inning. The offensive firepower by STAA/Lena was led by Nathan Hooks, Ethan Russell, and Logan Graef, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.

Russell toed the rubber for STAA/Lena. The bulldog allowed six hits and four runs over two and two-thirds innings, striking out three and walking zero.

Conner Schroeder was on the hill for the Rangers. The pitcher surrendered three runs on five hits over three innings, striking out four and walking zero. Alex Wojcik and Danny Gottbeheut entered the game as relief, throwing three and a third innings and two-thirds of an inning respectively.

Wausaukee had ten hits in the game. Schroeder, Kamden Stumbris, and Wojcik each had multiple hits for the Rangers. Stumbris and Schroeder each collected three hits to lead the Rangers.

The Cavvies saw the ball well today, racking up 11 hits in the game. Russell, Graef, Whiting, and Josh Kristof each managed multiple hits.






Recent stories, opinions and photos

Issue Date Department Headline
06-24-2021Front Page
Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm Sunday, June 27

06-24-2021Front Page
Rau Asks School Board To Decide On Referendum

06-24-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Ethics Committee Proceeds with Investigation

06-24-2021Front Page
Okay Re-Opening Plans For Elderly Meal Sites

06-24-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Board Praises Evergreen Park Campground

06-24-2021Front Page
Campers/Motor Homes Must Pay Permit Fee To Park In Middle Inlet

06-24-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Elementary Participates in One School, One Book Program

06-24-2021Community - Crivitz
Coleman-Pound Lioness Disbanding

06-24-2021Community - Coleman
Retiring Lena Principal Torzala Thanks Board for Opportunities

06-24-2021Community - Coleman
Suring Students Can Now Attend In-Person Conferences, Trainings

06-24-2021Community - Crivitz
Bill and Greta Kuchta Married 50 Years

06-24-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Rummage Sale is Aug. 12-14

06-24-2021Community - Crivitz
Concertina Club to Meet June 30th

06-24-2021Community - Crivitz
St. Mary, Crivitz Pie and Ice Cream Social

06-24-2021Community - Crivitz
Middle Inlet Has Good Samaritan

06-24-2021Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Fire and Rescue Auxiliary Prepare for Picnic

06-24-2021Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Blood Drive is July 13th

06-24-2021Perspectives
From My Window

06-24-2021Perspectives
Country Cousin

06-24-2021Perspectives
From Our Readers...

06-24-2021Sports
Cougars Return To State With Win Over Tigers

06-24-2021Sports
Bulldogs/Marines Advance to Sectional Finals

06-24-2021Sports
Area D3 Athletes Move on to State Competition

06-24-2021Sports
WIAA"State Track & Field in La Crosse This Week

06-24-2021Obituaries
LaVeta Burklund

06-24-2021Obituaries
Benjamin G. Cheney

06-24-2021Obituaries
Regina M. Collard

06-24-2021Obituaries
JoAnn Depatie

06-24-2021Obituaries
Larry Dzekute

06-24-2021Obituaries
Sandra M. Ermis

06-24-2021Obituaries
Laurel M. Karbon

06-24-2021Obituaries
Marlene Leslie

06-24-2021Obituaries
Rosemary B. Paidl

06-24-2021Obituaries
Nels E. Plym, Jr

06-24-2021Obituaries
Gisela M. Schultz

06-24-2021Obituaries
Shirley M. Seymour

06-24-2021Obituaries
Janet M. Smith

06-24-2021Obituaries
Gene P. Sparapani

06-24-2021Obituaries
Donald R. "Don" Wartick

06-24-2021Obituaries
Clyde R. Weis

06-17-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Historical Society Making Sesquicentennial Plans for Oct. 8

06-17-2021Front Page
Marinette School District Celebrates Groundbreaking

06-17-2021Front Page
Hwy. 141 Truck/Tractor Crash Takes Life Of Truck Driver

06-17-2021Front Page
City of Peshtigo Approves First Two Facade Grants

06-17-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Awards $1,545,000 Community Center Bid To Mike Koenig Construction

06-17-2021Community - Coleman
Handbooks, Staffing, On Coleman School Agenda

06-17-2021Community - Coleman
Faith Christian School Has Rummage Sale June 25-26

06-17-2021Community - Coleman
7th Annual Equity Park Craft,Vendor Fair June 19

06-17-2021Community - Crivitz
Country Gospel Jam June 18th

06-17-2021Community - Crivitz
July 4th Parade, Fireworks, and More Planned in Crivitz

06-17-2021Community - Crivitz
Town Stephenson Review Board Okays One Change

06-17-2021
Athelstane Fireman's Picnic Set For July 10

06-17-2021Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Blood Drive is July 13th

06-17-2021Community - Wausaukee
Town of Wausaukee Sets July 24 Board of Review

06-17-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wagner Fire Department June Jamboree June 26

06-17-2021Sports
Marines Take Third at D2 State Meet, Ty Kretz Claims Bronze

06-17-2021Sports
Area Track & Field Athletes Advance to Sectional Competition

06-17-2021Sports
Area Baseball Teams Move on to Sectionals

06-17-2021Sports
Coleman Cougar Girls are M&O Champions

06-17-2021Perspectives
From My Window

06-17-2021Perspectives
From Our Readers...

06-17-2021Perspectives
Country Cousin

06-17-2021Obituaries
Anthony Dragosh

06-17-2021Obituaries
Richard E. Berryman

06-17-2021Obituaries
Keith Earle Comeaux

06-17-2021Obituaries
Marjorie A. Gamelin

06-17-2021Obituaries
William A. Gould

06-17-2021Obituaries
Allen Hansen

06-17-2021Obituaries
Bonnie J. Jones

06-17-2021Obituaries
Barbara J. Kananen

06-17-2021Obituaries
Delores F. Knutson

06-17-2021Obituaries
William W. Martin

06-17-2021Obituaries
Walter A. Sinks

06-17-2021Obituaries
Jane M. Splingaire

06-17-2021Obituaries
Alice Tomaszewski

06-17-2021Obituaries
Wayne D. Williams

06-10-2021Front Page
100 Women Giving Back-Northwoods Donates $7,000 to Oconto River Kids

06-10-2021
Construction May Be Up, Corn Crop Down In Area

06-10-2021Front Page
Mexican Drug Cartel Linked To Oconto County Murder

06-10-2021Front Page
Trial Proceedings Continue For McClintock Park Murder Case

06-10-2021Front Page
Jail Stay Costly For Marinette County

06-10-2021Front Page
Streets & Drainage Committee Okays Street Closures, Contract

06-10-2021Community - Coleman
"Stepping On" Held Successful Workshop

06-10-2021Community - Coleman
Battle of Bands at Equity Park

06-10-2021Community - Coleman
Pound Village Board May Adopt Property Maintenance Ordinance

06-10-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman To Consider 3% Sewer Rate Hike

06-10-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Board To Consider Firearms Ordinance Changes

06-10-2021Community - Crivitz
BuckEaZe: Making Firewood with Ease

06-10-2021Community - Crivitz
Caregiver Connection Support Group To Meet

06-10-2021Community - Crivitz
Middle Inlet Plans Update For RV/Camper Ordinance

06-10-2021Community - Crivitz
Middle Inlet Fire Department Held Training With Trail Riders

06-10-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Okays 2021Road Projects

06-10-2021Sports
Coleman Defeats Crivitz For Conference Championship

06-10-2021Sports
Softball Post Season Sees Action This Week

06-10-2021Sports
Packerland Conference Names Senior Athlete Award Winners

06-10-2021Sports
Lena/STAA Boys, Suring Girls Claim M&O Conference Crowns

06-10-2021Sports
DNR Releases Ruffed Grouse West-Nile Virus Testing Results

06-10-2021Perspectives
From Our Readers...

06-10-2021Perspectives
Country Cousin

06-10-2021Perspectives
From My Window

06-10-2021Obituaries
Marilyn F. Anderson

06-10-2021Obituaries
Luann Axtell

06-10-2021Obituaries
Ashley A. Booth

06-10-2021Obituaries
Lois Ann Blaha

06-10-2021Obituaries
Marlene M. Broaddus

06-10-2021Obituaries
Thomas E. Bruce

06-10-2021Obituaries
Alice F. Bunke

06-10-2021Obituaries
Coral A. Diercks

06-10-2021Obituaries
Linda L. Engel

06-10-2021Obituaries
Dudley Flanders, Sr.

06-10-2021Obituaries
Rose Foiles

06-10-2021Obituaries
Duane Francour

06-10-2021Obituaries
Herman W. Gross

06-10-2021Obituaries
Wayne Heimke

06-10-2021Obituaries
Gloria J. Heisel

06-10-2021Obituaries
Gladys E. Johnson

06-10-2021Obituaries
Laurel M. Karbon

06-10-2021Obituaries
Carol Kelly

06-10-2021Obituaries
Nancy A. Krawetzke

06-10-2021Obituaries
Kory R. Kuran

06-10-2021Obituaries
Richard Neumueller

06-10-2021Obituaries
Arlene A. Pacourek

06-10-2021Obituaries
Margaret R. Parr

06-10-2021Obituaries
James B. Peters

06-10-2021Obituaries
Richard T. Terrien

06-10-2021Obituaries
William C. Winter

06-10-2021Obituaries
June L. Witt

06-03-2021Front Page
Over 700 People Attend The Crivitz Memorial Dedication

06-03-2021Front Page
Crivitz Village Board Gets Preview Of Eagle Statue

06-03-2021Front Page
Katie Berman Elected As New Peshtigo Alderman

06-03-2021Front Page
Aquila To Sell Reef, Bend Sites, Focus on Back Forty

06-03-2021Front Page
Marinette Receives Dept. Of Administration Grant

06-03-2021Front Page
County Supervisors Cannot Address 980 Committee

06-03-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Legion Held Memorial Day Service

06-03-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman School District Lists Summer Hours

06-03-2021Community - Coleman
First Baptist Pound Cemetery Clean-Up

06-03-2021Community - Coleman
Lena Mask Mandate Ends With End Of School Year

06-03-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz American Legion Gun Show is June 5th

06-03-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Legion Aux. To Meet June 23rd

06-03-2021Community - Crivitz
Town Stephenson To Meet June 9

06-03-2021Community - Wausaukee
May Student of the Month

06-03-2021Community - Wausaukee
Brat Fry, Bake Sale at 1st Presbyterian Church

06-03-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Board To Meet June 9

06-03-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Foundation Lists Newest Scholarship Recipients 

06-03-2021Sports
Coleman Keeps Top Spot With Win Over Crivitz

06-03-2021Sports
Marinette Beats Freedom In 12 Inning Marathon

06-03-2021Sports
Gillett's DeBauch Named to WBCA All-State Team

06-03-2021Sports
Peshtigo Tops Packerland; Marines Win Regional

06-03-2021Sports
Maroon Girls Shine at GMC Conference Meet

06-03-2021Obituaries
Geraldine A. Collins


space
Peshtigo Times
WEB Poll!
Do you have travel plans for the Fourth of July weekend this year?
space Yes
No
Undecided
space
TO VOTE CLICK
YES, NO or UNDECIDED

Suggest a Question
space .
space
FRONT
space
.
space
CLASSIFIEDS
space
.
space
COMMUNITY
space
.
space
GUEST BOOK
space
.
space
NEWS
space
.
space
OBITS
space
.
space
PERSPECTIVES
space
.
space
SPORTS
space
.
space
SUBSCRIBE
space
.
space
.
space
PESHTIGO FIRE
space
.
space
CUSTOM PRINTING
space
.
space
TIMES' SAVER
space
.
space
Click for Peshtigo, Wisconsin Forecast
FORECAST
space
Quick...
News or Ad Search
Enter News key words.
Enter Ad key words.



Peshtigo Times
841 Maple St
PO Box 187
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4541
Email:
News@
PeshtigoTimes.com

space
Fax: 715-582-4662
© 2000-2021
All right reserved
space
Powered by
WEB Media
Interactive
COMMUNITY
WEB sites