Offense, defense and pitching all were working Monday for the Sheboygan South baseball team.
The Redwings improved to 3-0 on the season with a 10-0 rout of Manitowoc.
Tyler Zietz allowed just one baserunner in the six-inning shutout effort. He allowed one hit, struck out six and walked none.
The defense committed no errors behind him.
The offense was sparked by Mitchell Martinez, who hit a two-run home run in the first inning. He finished with three RBI.
Offensively, Matt Miller, Jared Reklaitis and AJ Gutierrez each had two hits and two RBI, and Carter Amundsen and Robert Hoffmann also had two hits.
Devon Seiler picked up the lone hit for Manty, a double in the fourth. Brock Meyer took the loss. South hosts Bay Port today.
Sheb. North 2, Valders 1
The Golden Raiders scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning, and pitcher Ben Van Veghel did the rest for the non-conference road win.
Van Veghel pitched seven innings, allowing just a single run in the first inning. He scattered five hits with six strikeouts and no walks.
“Ben did a nice job against a solid Valders team,” said North coach Chris Wright. “They’re pretty good.”
In the sixth, Dylan Agard doubled home Aaron Krugel to tie the game. Then pinch hitter Joe Ulmer knocked in Nick Lorge to give the Raiders a lead.
Nobody had more than one hit for the Raiders (2-3), who are at Ashwaubenon today.