Wolverines Rally to Beat Wildcats 12-11

Crivitz emerged victorious from a back-and-forth battle with Lena on Saturday, 12-11.
Lena led 6-5 through four innings, but the Wildcats were held scoreless in the fifth while the Wolverines poured on four in the bottom of the frame to take a three-run lead.
The Cats bounced back with three in the sixth to the Wolverines’ one, and they took a two-run lead off three errors and a walk in the top of the seventh.
Colten Tarmann, the Crivitz nine-hitter, picked up his second knock of the game to lead off the bottom of the seventh. Tegan Werner reached and Logan Marvin sacrificed the pair over.
After Seth Sellen was intentionally walked, Tarmann scored on a wild pitch, leading to an intentional walk of Sean Christiansen as well. An error by the first baseman brought in Werner to give the Wolverines a walk-off win.
The Wildcats scored their 11 runs on just four hits and three walks as Crivitz committed eight errors in the game.
Because of that, just one of the 11 runs allowed by Crivitz pitchers was earned. Kenny Andrekopoulos allowed six runs (one earned) over four innings, Brady Tadisch allowed three unearned runs in 1.2, and Tegan Werner allowed two unearned runs in 1.1.
Logan Graef took the loss, though only two of his seven runs were earned.
Crivitz had 10 hits, with Werner and Sellen each 3-3 to lead the hit parade. Sellen had three RBIs and a run scored and Werner scored four times.
Logan Marvin was 1-3 with three RBIs and two runs and Tarmann was 2-4 with two runs.
For Lena, Caleb Schlosser was 1-4 with three runs and an RBI and Anthony Seefeldt was 1-3 with two runs. Bryce Kittredge and Tyler Shallow each had a hit, run and RBI.

Blue Devils Take a
Pair From Wolves

Oconto swept Algoma in a double-header Saturday, led by a banner day from Conner Christensen.
He slugged a two-run home run to extend Oconto’s lead to 4-0 in the fifth inning in the first game, which the Blue Devils would go on to win 5-2.
Christensen, Jackson Martin, and Cooper Campshure each had two hits and Kyle Bowman had three. Campshure got the win on the mound.
In game two, Christensen got the win, with Ethan Wusterbarth coming in to provide relief.
Oconto took a 4-0 lead after the second inning, adding four in the fourth and three in the fifth and sixth innings. The game ended 14-2.
The Blue Devils had 11 hits, with two each from Riley Susa, Martin, Bowman, and Wusterbarth.
Algoma’s leading hitter was Parker Lischka, who had four hits between the two games.

Cougars Break Open
Tight Game Late,
Beat Wolverines 6-1

Logan Kurth’s arm and bat provided the spark for the Coleman Cougars to beat Crivitz 6-1 on Thursday.
Kurth pitched all seven innings, striking out 13 batters and allowing one unearned run on three hits and a walk.
Coleman led 1-0 after three innings, but Crivitz tied it up in the top of the fifth from two hits and an error.
In the fifth, Kurth was in on the action, reaching on an error as Coleman retook the lead 3-1.
In the seventh, he plated two insurance runs to help the Cougars make it 6-1 and he finished the game with a 1-2-3 seventh on the mound.
Kurth was 1-4 with two RBIs, Will Bieber was 1-2 with two walks and three runs scored, and Tyler Rennie was 2-2 with a walk and a run.

Hedmark Leads
Badgers in Win
Over Rangers

Christian Hedmark stifled the Wausaukee bats and his offense scored 12 runs on four hits as the Niagara Badgers beat the Rangers 12-0.
Hedmark kept the ball in the strike zone and needed just 68 pitches to get through six frames. He struck out three and walked only one batter. Three Ranger hits weren’t enough to do any damage against the Badger ace.
Niagara scored seven runs in the third inning on two hits, along with several errors, walks, and a hit batter.
Ross Shampo was 2-4 with two runs scored and two RBIs for the Badgers and Hedmark was 1-2 with two runs scored, an RBI, and two walks.
Brayden Bartles and Blake Holmes each scored twice as well.
None of the 12 runs allowed by Connor Schroeder and Layne Rowley were earned.

Blue Devils Sweep
Doubleheader with

Oconto pitched a pair of one-hitters in a doubleheader sweep of Sevastopol on Monday.
In game one, the Blue Devils won 13-0 as Alex Fuller and Bryton Fuller combined for five scoreless innings.
In game two, the Blue Devils got a one-hitter from Riley Susa and Brayden Gard. Susa struck out eight batters in his four innings of work and Kadin Baxter had three hits to pace the offense.
Oconto is back at home Thursday against Menominee at 4 p.m.

Two Big Innings Push
Marines Past Panthers

Marinette strung together two four-run innings in a 9-2 win over Oconto Falls on Thursday.
The Marines led 1-0 entering the bottom of the third inning, when they would put up a crooked number to take a 5-0 advantage with the benefit of just one hit.
An error, two walks, a hit batter, and one single were multiplied by three passed balls, with each one allowing a run to score.
The Panthers got two back in the fourth but were held scoreless for the rest of the game while Marinette plated four more in the sixth on four singles, two walks, and a sacrifice fly.
Cooper Smith was 1-4 with three runs scored and two RBIs and Sam Sommerfeldt was 1-2 with a run, two RBIs, and two walks.
Parker Oscarson-Thill was 2-4 with a run scored and Justin Kruse was 2-3 with a run.
Smith also got the win, pitching all seven frames and allowing two earned runs on five hits. He struck out three and did not walk a batter.
Jack Adler took the loss, allowing nine runs (five earned) on six hits and six walks. He struck out three.
At the plate, he was 1-3 with a run scored. Easton Engel was 1-3 with an RBI double.

Bulldogs Drop a
Pair to Vikings

Peshtigo couldn’t hang with the Gibraltar Vikings in a pair of losses by 9-1 and 9-0 scores.
Bryce Heroux was 2-3 in the 9-0 loss, as Peshtigo scattered six hits across seven innings and was unable to bring a run across.
In the 9-1 defeat, Canon Bickel was 2-3 with a run scored and Caleb Proft had an RBI double.
Silas Williams got on three times courtesy of two walks and a hit-by-pitch.

Marinette Falls to
Freedom in NEC Action

Freedom hung 17 runs against Marinette on Friday to win by 15 runs.
After two scoreless frames to start the game, Freedom scored five runs in the top of the third. Marinette countered with two in the bottom of the inning, scored by Ethan Doubek and Parker Oscarson-Thill, but the Irish added three in the fourth, three in the fifth, and six in the sixth to win the game early.
Landon Corwin-Young was 1-1 with a double, an RBI and two walks for the Marines. Oscarson-Thill was 1-2 with a walk and a run.

Cougars Nip Rangers
in Extra Innings 4-3

Coleman walked off Wausaukee 4-3 in extra innings on Tuesday, with Gavin Pusick, Logan Kurth, and Micah Kuchta playing hero.
The Cougars, having not lost a game yet this season, were challenged late, as Wausaukee came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game after a run in the sixth and two in the seventh.
Kurth struck out the Ranger side in order in the eighth, then led off the bottom of the inning with a single.
Kuchta pinch ran for Kurth. After a pop out for the first out, Kuchta stole second and Pusick singled him home.
Kurth got the win for pitching the eighth, his lone inning of work. Ray Lemieux pitched the other seven for Coleman, allowing three earned on eight hits, striking out nine.
Pusick was 2-4 with an RBI and both Will Bieber and Tyler Rennie had two hits with a run.
Wausaukee and Coleman had eight hits apiece.
For the Rangers, Prestin Brunette allowed four runs (two earned) in 7.1 innings to take the loss. He struck out two.
Conner Schroeder was 2-4 with a run scored and six Rangers added one hit apiece.
Next up is the M&O Conference Championship Game on Friday for the undefeated Cougars.

Clippers Pull Away
from Bulldogs to Claim
Suspended Game Win

Peshtigo would have been envisioning a better end to Friday’s resumed game against Sturgeon Bay, but the Bulldogs were beaten 9-2.
The game was suspended earlier last week in the bottom of the fourth with the Clippers leading 3-2. When the teams resumed on Friday, it was Sturgeon Bay that scored all six runs to pick up the Packerland victory.
Will McMahon was 2-4 with a run and an RBI for the Bulldogs. He scored on a Bryce Heroux double in the third and brought in Caleb Proft for the team’s other run in the inning.
Sturgeon Bay scored four in the fourth inning and two in the sixth.

Bulldogs Fall to
Mustangs in Non-
Conference Matchup

Peshtigo was held to four hits in a 6-1 non-conference loss to Little Chute on Thursday.
Cole Berth walked and scored the team’s only run in the second inning. Landon Beyer brought him home with a single.
Dyllan Young did the bulk of the pitching for Peshtigo and took the loss despite allowing just two runs (one earned) over four frames.

Wolverines Cruise to
Win Over Cavaliers

Crivitz had 17 hits and Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy committed seven errors as the Wolverines crushed the Cavaliers 25-3 in M&O Conference Tournament action on Monday.
JJ Brand was the winning pitcher. He allowed three runs (one earned) in four innings of work.
Brady Tadisch was 3-4 with two runs and two RBIs, Kenny Andrekopoulos was 2-2 with three runs and four RBIs, Seth Sellen was 2-2 with four runs scored, and Tegan Werner was 3-3 with four runs and an RBI. Sean Christiansen had four runs and two RBIs.
Tug Paidl and Esteban Carlson each had a hit and an RBI for the Cavaliers.



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