Big Changes Happening on August 7, 2019.


High School Highlights


Shawano 4

Fox Valley Lutheran 3

The Hawks knocked off the Foxes in their final Bay Conference dual of the season on Monday. Shawano finished with a 3-3 record in duals.

Camden Kroll (No. 2) earned Shawano’s lone win in singles play. All three of the Hawks doubles teams were victorious, with Wyatt Theis and Rhain Rodenbeck winning in three sets. Chris Black and Cesar Ramirez won their fourth straight dual at No. 1 doubles.

Singles: No. 1: Jared Petham, FVL def. Anton Piantek, 6-1, 6-0; No. 2: Camden Kroll S def. Adam Laabs, 6-2, 6-4; No. 3: Justin Yang FVL def. Bryce Carlson, 6-0, 6-1; No. 4: Alex Blob FVL def. J.J. Pyatskowit, 6-1, 6-3. Doubles: No. 1: Chris Black-Cesar Ramirez S def. Josh Aden-Dietrich Ragner, 6-1, 6-4; No. 2: Wyatt Theis-Rhain Rodenbeck S def. Riley Tiedt-Luke Hietpas, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1; No. 3: Nolan Buck-Rory Johnson S def. Nik Brown-Michael Hahn, 6-1, 6-3.


Shawano 9

New London 7

The Hawks scored runs in five of the six innings they batted to secure a Bay Conference win over the Bulldogs on Monday.

Nick Grignon tallied three hits for Shawano at the plate. Andrew Popp and Mason Dingeldein each posted two hits.

Steve Hoffmann earned the win after pitching 6 1/3 innings. He struck out four batters.

Bonduel 10

Brillion 0 (6 inn.)

The Bears pounded out 15 hits to ease past the Lions in nonconference action on Monday.

Isaac Boldt finished with three hits and three RBIs for Bonduel, while Noah Beilfuss had three hits and two RBIs. Parker Bohm, Riddik Bohm, Dylan Burch and Aaron Margelofsky each added two hits.

Beilfuss tossed a complete game two-hitter, striking out 10 batters along the way.

Marion 7


Pitchers Carter Goke and Cayden Schoen limited the Northland Lutheran/Wisconsin Valley Lutheran co-op to just two hits during a Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division tilt on Monday.

Goke worked 4 1/3 innings, striking out six batters. Schoen tossed the other 2 2/3 innings, striking out three more batters.

Schoen tallied three of the team’s 11 hits at the plate. Alex Zimmerman had two hits and two RBIs while also scoring twice.

Witt-Birn swept by Amherst

Wittenberg-Birnamwood totaled 12 hits but was only able to score once across a pair of CWC-East losses to Amherst on Monday.

In a 10-2 loss in the first game, Shane Herb had three hits for the Chargers, while Kody Szews scored the lone run. Szews took the loss, but allowed only one earned run over five innings. Austin Worzalla tossed the final two innings.

In a 2-0 loss in game two, the Chargers collected only four singles. Herb took the loss after allowing two runs over five innings. Simon Stewart pitched the other inning.

Clintonville splits with Oconto Falls

After losing 7-1 in game one, Clintonville bounced back with a 10-3 win over Oconto Falls in the second game of a North Eastern Conference doubleheader on Friday.

Presley Rosenow scored Clintonville’s lone run in game one. Jared Cartwright pitched all seven innings, striking out four and allowing just two earned runs.

Matthew Morse tallied two hits and three RBIs in the game two win. Rosenow and Klay Finger each drove in two runs. Trent Vollmer allowed two runs over five innings to earn the win, while Matt Seefeldt allowed one run over two innings to seal the victory.


Clintonville 12

Fox Valley Lutheran 2

The Truckers eased past the Foxes in NEC action Monday.

Hannah Baird picked up the win in the circle for Clintonville.

Baird also led the Truckers at the plate, doubling twice while also homering. Bailey Mares had three hits and nearly hit for the cycle, just missing the triple. Ally Schweitzer added three hits to the team’s 15-hit attack.

Tigerton 8


The Tigers held on late for a CWC-North win over the Northland Lutheran/Wisconsin Valley Lutheran co-op on Monday.

Molly Brehm and Colleen Smith each tallied three hits for Tigerton, while Raven Dewhurst and Bethany Jobe each finished with two hits.

Adrienne Brady earned the win in the circle.

Iola-Scandinavia 4

Bonduel 0

The Bears could only muster three hits in a CWC-East loss to the Thunderbirds on Monday.

Claire Gehm, Nicole Koeller and Alison Renner posted Bonduel’s hits. Gehm took the loss after allowing eight hits and four walks.

Bonduel coach Chris Reinke was pleased with her team’s effort on defense, as the team did not commit an error.

Chargers swept by Falcons

Wittenberg-Birnamwood came up on the wrong end of a pair of games against CWC-East foe Amherst on Monday. The Falcons took game one 10-2 before earning a 3-2 win in game two.

McKenna Metropulos tripled and drove in both of the Chargers run in game one. Abi Fraaza finished with two hits. Destiny Bagley took the loss after pitching all five innings.

Fraaza and Olivia Zoromski each drove in a run in game two. Emma Herb and Bagley finished with two hits each. Jasmin Duranceau pitched all four innings for Witt-Birn.