Big Changes Happening on August 7, 2019.


High School Highlights


Seymour 4

Shawano 2

The Hawks were doubled up by the Thunder in the first round of the Bay Conference Tournament on Tuesday.

Lindsey Roloff scored both of Shawano’s goals, tallying the first in the sixth minute and the other in the 50th. Kyra Klement recorded an assist.

Peyton Buerman made 14 saves while defending the net for Shawano. The Hawks will host New London at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday in the second round of the tournament.


Witt-Birn 7

Lakeland Union 6

The Chargers used a four-run seventh inning, capped by a walk-off single by Jack Stewart to stun the Thunderbirds on Tuesday. Wittenberg-Birnamwood scored six of their runs across the final two innings.

Jacob Groshek drove in two runs for the Chargers, while Kody Szews scored twice.

Ben Wesolowski allowed an unearned run over four inning before Will Urquhart pitched an inning. Austin Rekow allowed two unearned runs over two innings, but earned the win after Witt-Birn rallied.

Waupaca 10

Clintonville 2

The Truckers were doubled up in hits by the Comets in a North Eastern Conference clash at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton on Tuesday.

Presley Rosenow and Sean Finger each drove in a run for Clintonville, driving in Matthew Morse and Klay Barkow.

Jared Cartwright, Brock Smejkal and Barkow all pitched for the Truckers.


Witt-Birn 3

Lakeland Union 2

The Chargers grabbed the lead in the second inning and held on until the end for a nonconference win over the Thunderbirds on Tuesday.

McKenna Metropulos, Megan Konkol and Jasmin Duranceau all drove in a run for Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Konkol had three of the team’s five hits.

Duranceau earned the win in the circle, striking out five batters while allowing just one earned run over seven innings.

Clintonville 2

Waupaca 1

The Truckers held off the Comets in a North Eastern Conference battle on Tuesday.

Hannah Baird earned the win in the circle, striking out 10 batters.

Tessa Doornink posted three hits for Clintonville, including one double.

New London 3

Shawano 0

The Hawks were shutout by the Bulldogs in the final Bay Conference matchup of the season on Tuesday.

Shawano was held to four hits. Bayleigh Laabs had one of the hits and also walked.

Taylor Johnson pitched all seven innings, striking out three batters along the way.


Gresham 10

The Wildcats could not hang on to an early lead in a CWC-North loss to Northland Lutheran/Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.

Kaylee Bohm, Makayla Belongia and Valarie Cerveny all had two hits for Gresham. Destiny Reindl drove in two runs and also scored twice.

Cerveny and Jada James each pitched for the Wildcats, combining to strikeout eight batters but also walking 12 and allowing 15 hits.