Prep softball: Preble sweeps Sheboygan North; Pirates take 2 from Trojans

Prep softball: Preble sweeps Sheboygan North; Pirates take 2 from Trojans


Prep softball: Preble sweeps Sheboygan North; Pirates take 2 from Trojans


Green Bay Preble 10-12, Sheboygan North 0-1

The Green Bay Preble softball team swept visiting Sheboygan North in a doubleheader Tuesday to finish 15-1 in the Fox River Classic Conference and clinch at least a share of the league title. The Hornets won 10-0 and 12-1.

Anna Conard and Payton Sampson combined for a two-hitter and Kassidy Koch and Megan Timmers each had two hits for the Hornets in Game 1.

In the second game, Conard, Koch and Jessica Kiley had three hits apiece to lead Preble.

Bay Port 4-3, G.B. Southwest 1-1

SUAMICO – Taylor Gutzman threw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts and Leah Bohlmen had two hits for Bay Port in the first game. Hannah Hilbert had two hits for the Trojans.

In the second game, winning pitcher Bailey Smaney and Gutzman combined on a four-hitter for the Pirates. Hard-luck loser Shania Stewart threw a three-hitter with seven strikeouts.

De Pere 3, Green Bay East 2

Corynn Ginnow hit a leadoff triple and scored on a groundout in the top of the eighth inning for De Pere.

Lexi LeCalsey pitched all eight innings to get the win and Ginnow and Mckayla Krueger each had two hits for the Redbirds (11-5).

Ashwaubenon 10, Pulaski 2

PULASKI – Dani Dessart went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs to lead Ashwaubenon.

Madison Manders was the winning pitcher and Brittney Malcomson and Abby Gudgeon each had two hits for the Jaguars.

Sam May and Emily Matuszak each went 2-for-4 for Pulaski.

G.B. Notre Dame 12-10, Green Bay West 0-0

Emma Prebelski threw a one-hitter in the first game Brianna Byrne tossed a three-hitter in the second as Notre Dame won twice in five innings.

Kelsey Kelly had three hits and Kate Balison two in Game 1. Jordan Manthei had three hits and Emily Morgan two in Game 2.

Lux.-Casco 8, Hortonville 5

HORTONVILLE – Dawn Deterville had three hits, including a home run, and Marissa Rukamp also homered as Luxemburg-Casco beat the first-place Polar Bears (14-2).

Sara Simonar earned the win, striking out seven and allowing eight hits. Luxemburg-Casco (14-5, 13-3) has given Hortonville both its losses this season.

Oconto Falls 16, Denmark 2

DENMARK – McKenna Larsen was the winning pitcher, allowing three hits and striking out nine, and went 3-for-4 with two home runs and seven RBIs to lead Oconto Falls to the five-inning win.

Sarah Reis went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and Nicolle Sparks had three hits for the Panthers (10-6)

Algoma 15, N.E.W. Lutheran 0

ALGOMA – Taylor Schmidt homered and Andie Vandertie and Kathy Bluett each had two hits as Algoma (7-0 Packerland) breezed past N.E.W. Lutheran in three innings.

Jordan Demmin struck out four in going the distance.

Wausaukee 4, Peshtigo 2

WAUSAUKEE – Wausaukee gained a share of the M&O Conference title with Peshtigo by beating the Bulldogs. Sara Wickman had two hits and two RBIs for the Rangers.

Crivitz 10, Gillett 0

CRIVITZ – Amanda Pickett threw a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Jenifer Kempka had three hits for Crivitz.

West De Pere 6, Southern Door 3

DE PERE – Kelsey Van Vonderen hit a solo home run as West De Pere improved to 10-8 with the nonconference victory.

Amber Van Duyse stuck out nine and allowed one earned run in seven innings to get the win.

Cheyanne McFarlin went 2-for-4 for Southern Door (13-5).

Shawano 13, Sturgeon Bay 6

SHAWANO – Alli Radant went 5-for-5 as Shawano(13-6) shook off a sluggish start to get past Sturgeon Bay.

Courtney Baumann picked up the win in relief, allowing just one unearned run in 3 1/3 innings.

Jackie Herlache, Natalie Marchant and Marissa Ehlers had two hits apiece for the Clippers.

Sevastopol 19, Coleman 1

INSTITUTE – Holly Laplant, Adaline Nelson, Lucy Bley and Clair McInerney had two hits apiece as Sevastopol (8-7) blasted Coleman.

Megan LeClair pitched all five innings, striking out 10 and scattering four hits.

Bonduel 12-2, Witt.-Birn. 5-3

WITTENBERG – Game 1 winning pitcher Jenny Dowden went 4-for-4 with two RBIs and Miranda Schmidt had two hits and drove in a run as Bonduel split a doubleheader.

Algoma 19, Gibraltar 3

GIBRALTAR – Andie Vandertie and Taylor Schmidt had three hits and three RBIs and Baleigh Delorit collected four hits for the Wolves.

Hellen Hecht had two hits for Gibraltar.


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