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Here are Thursday’s high school sports results for the Green Bay area


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SOFTBALL

Green Bay Preble 10, Sheboygan North 0

GREEN BAY – Brooke Hock pitched a one-hitter while striking out 12 to lead the Hornets past the Golden Raiders.

Leading hitters for Preble were Hannah Smith, Ashley Wolfe, Hock and Sam Foytik, all with two hits apiece. Foytik’s hits were triples.

Ashwaubenon 4, Manitowoc 1

MANITOWOC – Olivia Zabel, Morgan Jarvi and Nyia Marohl were all 2-for-4 as the Jaguars outlasted the Ships. Bryan Bauer drove in two runs, while Marohl knocked in one.

Zabel was the winning pitcher. She pitched five innings, allowed one run and struck out five. Berritt Herr pitched two innings for the save. She struck out five.

Manitowoc was led by Delaney Granger, who was 3-for-3 with a double and a triple. Olivia Konkle drove in the only Ships run with a sacrifice fly.

Lizzy Stuebs pitched a complete game for Manitowoc, striking out six while allowing 11 hits.

Wausaukee 18, Crivitz 6

CRIVITZ – Natalie Grutza was 3-for-5 with a homer and four RBI and Rachel Schlies was 4-for-5 with three doubles and four RBIs as the Rangers cruised to the win.

Also leading Wausaukee were Melody Schaal, who was 4-for-4 with a triple and three RBI; Amber Caylor, who was 2-for-3; and Emma Forst with two RBI.

Maddy Welty was 2-for-2 with two RBI and Reagan Nelsen drove in two runs for Crivitz.

Peshtigo 7-3, Southern Door 1-2

BRUSSELS – Peshtigo pitching allowed just one hit over two games as the Bulldogs earned the sweep.

Allison Peters had two hits for Peshtigo in the opener, while Bethany Ahrens allowed just one unearned run on no hits, while striking out 13.

Ashlyn Delfosse took the loss. She finished with two strikeouts and four walks.

Peters picked up the win in the nightcap, going five innings, allowing one hit, two unearned runs and striking out six.

Southern Door was led by Chloe Lustila with a double. Lustila took the loss, going four innings and recording four strikeouts.

Sevastopol 4, Kewaunee 1

SEVASTOPOL – Libby Ash allowed three hits over five innings in pitching the Pioneers to the win over the Storm.

Samantha Differt went 3-for-3 with two doubles for Sevastopol.

Algoma 7, Sturgeon Bay 0

ALGOMA – The Wolves scored twice in both the third and fourth innings and three times in the sixth inning in their win over the Clippers.

Rylee Fenendal allowed just three hits and struck out 15 to get the win for Algoma.

Gillett/Suring 16, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 15

GILLETT – Emma Kristoff had three hits, including two doubles, and drove in seven runs to lead the Hornets to the win over the Wildcats.

Madison Vandevelde also had three hits and drove in two runs for Gillett/Suring.

The teams combined to walk 33 batters and strike out 19.

BASEBALL

Green Bay Preble 13, Pulaski 3

GREEN BAY – The Hornets banged out 18 hits in the Fox River Classic Conference win.

Jake Petasek had four hits and Ian Johnson had three hits. Zach Boucher led the Hornets with four RBI.

Petasek pitched five innings for the win. He allowed zero earned runs and struck out three.

Pulaski was led by Jonah Klingeisen, who was 2-for-3 and scored two runs.

De Pere 11, Notre Dame 1

GREEN BAY – The Redbirds outhit the Tritons 10-2 as Quinn Falish led the way, going 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI as De Pere cruised to the FRCC win.

Bryson Webb was 2-for-4 with a homer, Bryan Gerbers 2-for-3 with two doubles and three RBI, Garrett Foth was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI and Javin Gauthier drove in three runs for the Redbirds.

Shawano 9, West De Pere 6

SHAWANO – The Hawks took an 8-0 lead after three innings and then had to fend off the Phantoms for the win.

Ashton Henning and Braedyn Kowalkowski both had three hits for Shaawano. Carson Popp added two hits.

Benje Hencke had three hits for West De Pere, while Carter Schmitt had two hits.

Andrew Popp pitched the first five innings and got the win. He allowed one run on five hits and three walks.

Bennett Marsden took the loss for West De Pere.

Little Chute 9, Luxemburg-Casco 7

LUXEMBURG – Drew Joten picked up the win as the Mustangs outslugged the Spartans.

Ryan Routhieaux led Luxemburg-Casco with a double and three walks and three runs scored, while Peyton Mrotek was 2-for-4 with three RBI.

Wrightstown 5, Clintonville 4

WRIGHTSTOWN – The winning run scored on a walk, stolen base and two passed balls as the Tigers tripped up the Truckers.

Jack Hermann pitched the final two innings to pick up the win, striking out two.

Southern Door 10-6, Peshtigo 0-2

BRUSSELS – Tyler Neinas pitched a no-hitter, allowing one walk while striking out five in the Eagles’ win over the Bulldogs in the first game of the doubleheader.

Jack Peterson had three hits and a double for Southern Door, while Logan Jeanquart and Jared Hawkey both had two hits.

In the second game, Christian Counard pitched a complete game for Southern Door, allowing four hits while striking out 10.

Crivitz 13, Wausaukee 3

CRIVITZ – The Wolverines scored in every inning to cruise to the six-inning win.

Sean Christiansen pitched a complete game. He allowed three hits, one earned run and struck out eight.

Dillan Gehm had two hits, a double and a triple, and drove in four runs for Crivitz. Jacob Behrendt had three hits and an RBI, Logan Goltz had two RBI, and Eli Gruszynski and Seth Sellen both had two hits and an RBI.

Kamden Stumbris and Prestin Brunette both drove in runs for Wausaukee.

Gibraltar 4, Two Rivers 1

TWO RIVERS – Kevin Krauel was 2-for-3 with an RBI as the Vikings broke a 1-1 tie with one run in the sixth and two in the seventh.

Zander Popp had two hits for Two Rivers.

GIRLS SOCCER

Fox Valley Lutheran 2, Wrightstown 0

APPLETON – The Foxes got on the board first with an own goal and then got their second goal from Nina Hartjes in the win over the Tigers.

Alexis Appleton had four saves in goal for Fox Valley Lutheran, while Dylan Christensen had seven saves for Wrightstown.

Marquette, Mich. 1, Marinette 0

MARQUETTE, Mich. – Senior Casey Jensen had 11 saves, holding Marquette scoreless until seven minutes remaining in the game.

Juniors Maci Monnette and Rylee Hansen helped power the Marinette defense.

BOYS TENNIS

De Pere 7, Pulaski 0

Brett Daniels def. Nicholas Symons 6-0, 6-0; Stefen Graf def. Bryce Rolhoff 6-2, 6-3; Martin Blaha def. Sam Mead 6-2, 6-0; Brant LaTour def. Raymond Johnson 6-0, 6-0.

Jackson Harpt/Owen McDonough def. Connor Heezen/Eric Sperduto 6-1, 6-0; Nicholas Shere/Kegan McDonough def. Ryan Ebent/Jacob Ebent 6-3, 6-0; Bennett Hogeland/Sam Cumicek def. Seth Kittredge/Alex Kouzov 6-3, 4-6, 10-4.

Notre Dame 6, Bay Port 1

Alan Schneider ND def. Rodney Ehrhardt 6-0, 6-0; Matt Gugluizza ND def. Cameron Smits 6-0, 6-0; Zeb Zifferblatt ND def. Aryaman Bhatia 6-4, 7-6 (5); Ethan Hejny ND def. Dax Ruplinger 6-1, 6-2.

Aidan Burich/Mason Olson ND def. Rohan Gala/Decker Menne 0-6, 6-0, 10-8; Nick Massabni/Chris Charles ND def. Carson Spindler/Braydon Hanson 6-4, 6-1; Alex Sedlacek/Nelson Smith BP def. Pablo Cuene/Charlie DeRuyter 7-5, 6-1.

BOYS GOLF

Sheboygan North Invitational

At Blackwolf Run, Whistling Straits

WAUNAKEE 647, EDGEWOOD 673, KETTLE MORAINE 674, SHEBOYGAN NORTH 674, ASHWAUBENON 677, MIDDLETON 678, HOMESTEAD 679, GERMANTOWN 688, MARQUETTE 689, MENOMONEE FALLS 703, FOND DU LAC 704, HUDSON 705, DE PERE 707, HAMILTON 708, BROOKFIELD CENTRAL 717, NOTRE DAME 720, SAINT CROIX CENTRAL 723, SUN PRAIRIE 724, WAUKESHA NORTH 726, WAUWATOSA CO-OP 728, MANITOWOC LINCOLN 730, PLYMOUTH 735, GREEN BAY PREBLE 738, SHEBOYGAN FALLS 738, SLINGER 743, MUKWONAGO 745, PULASKI 747, BAY PORT 753, BADGER 768, STEVENS POINT 768, KAUKAUNA 768, HARTFORD 776, PORT WASHINGTON 776, RICE LAKE 785, SHEBOYGAN SOUTH 793, NICOLET 797, WEST BEND WEST 810, MOSINEE 822, KEWASKUM 872, WEST BEND EAST 886, GREEN BAY SOUTHWEST 887, WAUKESHA SOUTH 905

Top 5 individuals: Mason Schmidtke SN 149, Michael Addie HAM 151, Zeke Boos EDG 153, Alex Weiss EDG 156, Sam Hurley ASH 157.

Sheboygan North: Ryder Miller 171, Hogan Miller 177, Brayden Stengel 177.

Ashwaubenon: Jake Jazgar 159, Charles Johnson 175, Bergen Wagner 189.

Fond du Lac: William Mauthe 167, Wyatt Pfeiffer 174, Jackson Blaine 178, Cole Thorin 185.

De Pere: Sam Mehlberg 166, Jack Weisenberger 169, Evan Harmann 184, Cal Matzke 188.

Notre Dame: Ryan Darling 173, Ethan LeCaptain 179, Triston Behrend 186.

Manitowoc Lincoln: Landon Stanislowski 169, Logan Elliott 181, Evan Dombrowski 188, Maxwell Schneider 192.

Plymouth: Brady Bleck 165, Matt Sheridan 183, Jack Jacquat 188, Nick Harpstead 199.

Green Bay Preble: Patrick Kennedy 175, Austin Tostrup 183, Ethan Wilke 188, Alec Reichwald 192.

Sheboygan Falls: Andrew Kettle 171, Jack Guentner 177, Nolan Buchaklian 190, Jack Louko 200.

Pulaski: Colin Schultz 181, Dylan Carley 183, Connor Burant 191, Dixon Holewinski 192.

Bay Port: Konor Tignall 177, Evan Friendshuh 186, Preston Lamirande 194, Abe Gingle 201.

Stevens Point: Ethan Thomas 179, Nathan Earnest 191, Jacob Kozelek 195, AJ Earnest 203.

Kaukauna: Sam Knapp 191, Alex Buckoski 193, Jack Berken 195, Noah Schneider 195.

Sheboygan South: Davis Glavan 191, Hayden Brickley 193, Hayden Streblow 193, Zach Groh 222.

Mosinee: Jett Walters 184, Garret Donohue 208, Russell Bittner 214, Treven Mullins 218.

Green Bay Southwest: Brady Bohn 202, Miles Rauschenbach 226, Aiden Cox 229, Jameson Huber 233.

Varsity high school coaches or their statisticians should email results to [email protected]

This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Thursday’s high school sports results for the Green Bay area



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