Little Chute 4, Freedom 1
At Freedom, the seventh-seeded Mustangs knocked off the No. 2 seed Irish as Shannon Huray took a three-hit shutout into the final inning before giving up a run.
Huray also hit a two-run double to deep left-center in the fourth inning to give the Mustangs a 2-0 lead.
WP: Shannon Huray. LP: Hannah Doxtater. Leading hitters: Morgan Dercks LC 2×4; Clare Hietpas LC 2×4; Huray LC 2 RBI; Jessica Runge F 2×4.
Xavier 4, Winneconne 3
At Winneconne, the Hawks scored in the top of the eighth on an RBI single by Torey Gostas that brought in Michaela Machurick to make it 4-3.
Winneconne got two runners on base in the bottom of the eighth before Erin Powers retired the next two hitters.
WP: Erin Powers. LP: Mikala Russell. Leading hitters: Erin Powers X 2B, 2 RBI; Torey Gostas X 2×4, RBI; M.J. Behm W 2×4; Carly Volp W 2×4; Ashley Breister W 2×4; Morgan Herbst W 2×4, RBI.
Waupaca 4, Omro 3
At Waupaca, Jessica Borntrager scored on Lindsey Reach’s single to right in the seventh to give the Comets (9-10) the win.
Borntrager got into scoring position when she reached on an error, stole second and went to third on a passed ball.
Waupaca pitcher Emerie Vasquez struck out 10.
WP: Emerie Vasquez. LP: Mindy Grabner. Leading hitters: Jessica Borntrager W 2×4, 3B; Lindsey Reach W 3×4, 2 RBI; Mokler O 2×3.
Wrightstown 11, Fox Valley Lutheran 8
At Wrightstown, Wrenn Tanck went three-for-four and Ali Verbeten had two RBI for Wrightstown, which scored seven runs in the sixth inning to beat the Foxes.
Shawano 12, Clintonville 2
At Shawano, Alli Raddant had three hits to lead the Hawks.
Roncalli 1, St. Mary Central 0
At Manitowoc, the Jets got their run against the Zephyrs in the second on a one-out double by McKenzie Miller and a two-out single by Katelin Dorow.
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WP: Christine Roberts. LP: Kristina Michel. Leading hitters: Christine Roberts R 2×2, 2B; McKenzie Miller R 3×3, 2B; Kristina Michel SMC 2B.
Manawa 9, Menominee Indian 4
At Manawa, the Wolves took advantage of 14 walks as Manawa built a 6-0 lead after one inning and never looked back.
Lexi Fell tripled and Aubrey Millard added a double to help pace the Manawa offense.
The Wolves will face top-seeded Laona/Wabeno on Tuesday in a regional semifinal.
WP: Ansley Block. Leading hitters: Lexi Fell Man 3B; Aubrey Millard Man 2B.
Shiocton 4, Coleman 2
At Shiocton, the Chiefs scored the winning run in the fourth on a walk, a pair of flyouts and a run-scoring single by Brittany Schmidt.
Holly Pingle pitched a complete game for Shiocton (13-5), allowing four hits and two runs while striking out nine.
WP: Holly Pingel. LP: Faith Baldwin. Leading hitters: Kiana Williamson S 3B; Kari Williamson S 2B.
Kewaunee 11, Brillion 9
At Brillion, Kiana Gasch drove in three runs and Cheyenne Popp had three hits and two RBI for Brillion, which fell short after Kewaunee scored two runs in the top of the eighth.
LP: Tamika Gasch. Leading hitters: Carly Brault B 2×4; Cheyenne Popp B 3×5, 2 RBI; Jennifer Krueger B 2×5, 2 RBI; Kayla Behnke B 2 RBI; Kiana Gasch B 2×4, 2B, 3 RBI; Kristen Woldt B 3B.
Fox Valley Association
Kaukauna 10, Kimberly 7
At Kaukauna, the Ghosts rallied from a 7-0 deficit on the strength of an eight-run fourth inning in the win over the Papermakers.
The rally started with a single and was followed by an error, two walks, four straight singles and a double by Jordan Vander Velden.
WP: Liz Elrick. LP: Summer Zachow. Leading hitters: Smarzinski KI 2×3, HR, 4 RBI; Megan Kleist KI 3×4; Johnson KI 2×4; Sami DeGroot KA 2×4; Jordan Vander Velden KA 2×4, 3 RBI; Hailey Huss KA 2×3, 2B; Jordan Haen KA 2×3, 2B; Amanda Diedrich KA 2B.
Appleton East 13, Appleton West 1
At Appleton, Megan Schweitzer, Sara Hagmann and Mallory Lamers each had three hits in the Patriots’ win.
Lamers drove in three runs for East, which finishes 15-3 in the FVA. Oshkosh West swept Fond du Lac on Thursday to improve to 15-2 in the conference and the Wildcats can win the FVA title outright today with a win against Kimberly.
WP: Lauren Blasczyk. LP: Lynnie Talady. Leading hitters: Megan Schweitzer AE 3×4; Sara Hagmann AE 3×4; Mallory Lamers AE 3×4, 2B, 3 RBI.