Appleton North 8, Wisconsin Rapids 2
At Appleton, the Lightning (12-7) advanced to Thursday’s regional final after breaking its game open with a six-run fifth.
Jordyn Van hit a leadoff single. Megan Kohlmetz, Kennedy Taylor and Hayley Johnson followed with singles. Hannah Johnson then hit a bases-loaded triple.
WP: Alex Eastman. LP: Allison Brost. Leading hitters: Megan Melville WR 2×3, 2B; Megan Kohlmetz AN 2×3; Kennedy Taylor AN 2×4; Hannah Johnson AN 3B, 3 RBI; Hayley Johnson AN 2×4; Jordyn Van AN 2×3; Hannah Lider 2B.
Kimberly 15, West Bend East 5
At Kimberly, Megan Kliest hit a two-run double to trigger a nine-run third for the Papermakers (13-7).
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WP: Summer Zachow. LP: Leemon. Leading hitters: Leemon WBE 2×3, 2B; Kieffert WBE 2 RBI; Megan Kliest K 3×4, 2B, 5 RBI; Sara Rosenow K 3×4, 2 2B, 3B, 2 RBI; Summer Zachow K 2 RBI; Dani Dobinski K 2B, 2 RBI; Jenna Smarzinski K 3 RBI.
Hortonville 20, Green Bay West 0
At Hortonville, the Polar Bears scored 17 runs in the first and Hortonville held Green Bay West without a hit in the five-inning game. Sydney Gorges was the winning pitcher.
Ashwaubenon 8, Appleton West 3
At Ashwaubenon, Danie Desseart had a two-run home run to lead the Jaguars to the win over the Terrors.
New London 3, Xavier 0
At New London, Shelby Sommers allowed four hits and one walk while striking out nine to lead the Bulldogs (12-5).
Sommers drove in the only run the Bulldogs needed when her first-inning single to center scored Alanna Beyer.
WP: Shelby Sommers. LP: Erin Powers. Leading hitters: Natalie Kurth NL 2×3, Erin Powers X 2×3.
Little Chute 10, Wrightstown 7
At Wrightstown, the Mustangs trailed 5-0 after three innings before storming back.
Tori Landsverk was four-for-four with a double and three RBI and Shannon Huray also drove in three runs for Little Chute.
WP: Shannon Huray. LP: Bri Linzmeier. Leading hitters: Tori Landsverk LC 4×4, 2B, 3 RBI; Shannon Huray LC 2×4, 3 RBI; Deanna Guhl LC 3×4; Clare Hietpas LC 2×4, 2B; Lindsay Neinas W 2×4, 2 2B, 3 RBI; Ali Verbeten W 2×3, 2 2B, 2 RBI.
Shiocton 8, Oconto 6
At Oconto, McKenzie Calder’s two-run single in the top of the eighth lifted the Chiefs to the victory.
Calder finished four-for-five with three RBI.
Holly Pingel pitched all eight innings for the Chiefs (14-5), striking out five and walking five.
WP: Holly Pingel. LP: Sara DePouw. Leading hitters: Mckenzie Calder S 4×5, 3 RBI; Kiana Williamson S 2×4, 2B; Carmen McCarthy S 2×4, 2B.
Weyauwega-Fremont 11, Montello 1
At Weyauwega, Karissa Akey was three-for-three with a triple and five RBI for the Indians (15-9).
Kelsey Akey allowed only one hit, with two strikeouts. The run she allowed was unearned.
WP: Kelsey Akey. LP: Emma Klapper. Leading hitters: Karissa Akey WF 3×3, 3B, 5 RBI; Macey Schoenick WF 2×3, 2B, 2 RBI; Anna Forslin WF 2×3, RBI; Kori Looker WF 2×3; Teal Tomaszewski WF 2×4.
Manawa 4, Laona/Wabeno 0
At Manawa, Ansley Block pitched a complete game, allowing three hits while striking out 10 to lead the Wolves (10-9) to the win over top-seeded Laona/Wabeno.
Block also drove in two runs with a first-inning double after Wendy Kons and Sam Johnson had reached base on a walk and a single.
The game was played at Manawa due to rain at Wabeno.
WP: Ansley Block. LP: Krawze. Leading hitters: Ansley Block M 3×4, 2 2B.
Chilton 11, Lutheran/Kohler 1
At Chilton, the top-seeded Tigers won in six innings due to the 10-run rule.