Manitowoc Lincoln 12, Green Bay Preble 6: Brock Meyer was 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI to pace the visiting Ships on Thursday.
Also having a big performance for Lincoln at the plate was Braxton Keil (1-for-5) and David LaTour (1-for-4). Keil had a two-RBI double while LaTour added an RBI double of his own. Isaac Pethan (2-for-3) scored three runs and drove in one as well for the Ships.
Ezra Emma got the win, throwing two hitless innings and keeping the Hornets scoreless.
Manitowoc Lutheran 12, Brillion 4: The visiting Lancers roughed up the Lions behind a 5-for-5 performance with a home run from Arianna Neumeyer.
Neumeyer scored four runs while driving in another four to pace the Lutheran offense while teammate Riley Brice (1-for-4) drove in three of her own.
MacKayla Menges threw six innings to get the win for the Lancers, allowing four runs — two earned on four hits and three walks.
Manitowoc Lincoln 5, Sheboygan North 2: After falling behind briefly 2-1 after the Golden Raiders played one in the top of the sixth, the host Ships answered with four of their own in the home half to take the lead for good.
Kalli Roulette was 2-for-3 with an RBI while Chelsea Valleskey (2-for-3) had an RBI and a double to lead Lincoln offensively.
Kaitlyn Sukowaty allowed two runs on six hits for the complete-game victory for the Ships. Having an excellent defensive game was Lincoln catcher Sabrina Luedtke, throwing out two runners from behind the plate.
Wrightstown 10, Roncalli 0 (6): The host Jets were limited to four hits in the six-inning defeat.
Hannah Severin took the loss for Roncalli, allowing 10 runs — four earned — on 11 hits.
Lydia Soodsma and Emma Patek each went 1-for-2 to pace the Jets offensively.
Chilton 12, Reedsville 2 (6): The visiting Panthers fell behind 9-0 after two innings and couldn’t recover in the six-inning loss.
Olivia Dietrich went 2-for-3 with an RBI while Alexyss Schmidt (1-for-3) had a double and a run driven in for Reedsville at the plate.
Chloe Sebo took the loss for the Panthers, allowing 10 earned runs in 51/3 innings on 14 hits.
New Holstein 16, Kiel 0 (5): The visiting Raiders were defeated in five innings by the Huskies.
Kiel was held to one hit by New Holstein pitcher Kelsey Kaiser.
Plymouth 9-9, Two Rivers 0-4: Diana Henrickson was 2-for-4 with a single and a solo home run in the second game against the Panthers.
Also for Two Rivers offensively, McKenzie Kornely was 2-for-3 while Alanna Fabian and Brooke Shillcox each had an RBI.
Brooke Shillcox took the loss, allowing nine runs — one earned — on eight hits in six innings.
Henrickson had the only two hits for the Raiders in the opener.
Mishicot 11-5, St. Mary Central 0-0: Alyssa Ahumada tossed a no-hitter, striking out two for the Indians to complete the sweep of the Zephyrs.
Mishicot backed Ahumada with three runs in the first and single runs in the second and fifth innings in the win.
Amber Pantzlaff and Kendra Krejcarek each had two hits in the game, while Hailey LeClair drove in three runs.
In the opener, the Indians jumped out to a 6-0 lead after three innings and took advantage of six Zephyr errors in the win.
Tayler Krause finished 2-for-3 and drove in three runs, while Ahumada also drove in three runs.
Teha Nguyen struck out five and allowed just three hits in six innings to get the win.
Track and Field
Reedsville quad: The Panthers claimed the girls title as hosts of the Olympian event, while Valders edged out Reedsville by 2 ½ points to capture the victory in the boys meet.
Faith Lubner won three events and Bailey Ebben and Chloe Eckstein each scored a pair of wins to lead the Reedsville girls.
Lubner won both hurdle events and finished first in the long jump. Ebben scored her wins in the 200 meters and high jump, while Eckstein won both the shot put and discus.
The Vikings won three of the four relays to lead their finish, placing first in the 400-, 800- and 1,600-meter relays. Lauren Stenzel in the 100 meters, Jacqueline Wenzel in the 400 meters and Abby DeMeyer in the 3,200 meters collected individual wins for the Vikings.
For the boys, Valders finished first in five events, while Reedsville collected wins in eight events but the Vikings ended up scoring 87 ½ points to slip past the Panthers.
Valders got first places from Derek Doescher (800), Isaak Riesterer (pole vault), Clayton Keltesh (long jump) and Christopher Evenson (discus), while also winning the 800-meter relay.
Trevor Frank won both the 1,600 and 3,200 meters and Brenton Ott collected victories in the high jump and triple jump to lead the Panthers. Dakota LeCaptain (100) and Grant Wedepohl (400) also picked up individual wins for Reedsville, which also finished first in the 400- and 1,600-meter relays.
Mishicot triangular: The Panthers boys and girls were both second, finishing with team scores of 46 and 57, respectively.
Brianna Groelle led the girls by winning the long jump (15-4,25) and triple jump (31-0.5). Other individual winners included — Kendra Wernecke (800, 2:37.77), Rheanna Quandt (1,600, 6:26.01) and Andrea Peterson (high jump, 4-8).
Mishicot also won the girls 400 and 800 relays.
Three different individuals were victorious for the Mishicot boys — Jack Ribley (100, 12.04), John Egdorf (1,600, 4:48.77) and Weston Paplham (pole vault, 10-6). The boys also won the 800 relay.
Team results: Chilton 68, Mishicot 57, Brillion 53
(Top local finisher)
100 — 2. Emily Hutterer, M, 13.53; 200 — 4. Hannah Sweetman, M, 30.25; 400 — 4. Riley Seib, M, 1:10.34; 800 — 1. Kendra Wernecke, M, 2:37.77; 1,600 — 1. Rheanna Quandt, M, 6:26.01; 100 — 2. Michaela Butler, M, 18.68; 400 relay — 1. Mishicot (Groelle, Hutterer, Peterson, Willman), 54.64; 800 relay — 1. Mishicot (Groelle, Hutterer, Peterson, Wernecke), 1:56.64; 1,600 relay — 2. Mishicot (Quandt, Seib, Sweetman, Wernecke), 5:02.85; High jump — 1. Andrea Peterson, M, 4-8; Pole vault — 3. Michaela Butler, M, 6-6; Long jump — 1. Brianna Groelle, M, 15-4.25; Triple jump — 1. Brianna Groelle, M, 31-0.5; Shot put — 9. Sydney Herman, M, 23-2.75; Discus — 10. Sydney Herman, M, 60-6
Team results: Brillion 92, Mishicot 46, Chilton 39
(Top local finisher)
100 — 1. Jack Ribley, M, 12.04; 200 — 3. Connor Reinhart, M, 25.14; 400 — 8. Austin Larson, M, 1:04.44; 800 — 4. Trenton Klesper, M, 2:39.47; 1,600 — 1. John Egdorf, M, 4:48.77; 3,200 — 2. Trenton Klesper, M, 11:05.54; 400 relay — 2. Mishicot (Payette, Paplham, Ribley, Wernecke), 47.76; 800 relay — 1. Mishicot (Payette, Reinhart, Ribley, Wernecke), 1:39.90; 1,600 relay — 3. Mishicot (Egdorf, Miller, Paplham, Reinhart), 4:06.38; High jump — 2. Lucas Miller, M, 5-0; Pole vault — 1. Weston Paplham, M, 10-6; Long jump — 3. Lucas Miller, M, 15-6; Triple jump — 2. Lucas Miller, M, 34-11.5; Shot put — 5. Colton Wernecke, M, 34-10; Discus — 4. Carson Payette, M, 111-9
Neenah Invite: Valders took 10th as a team with a score of 368 at the 13-team invite held at Ridgeway Country Club.
Bennett Braun carded an 11-over, 83 to pace the Vikings.
Team results: Neenah 311, Kaukauna 321, Fond du Lac 334, Kimberly 336, Xavier 339, Oshkosh West 343, Freedom 352, Oshkosh North 360, Menasha 361, Valders 368, Winneconne 395, Little Chute 396, Antigo 401
Valders — Bennett Braun 83, Alex Jirschele 90, Logan Hubbartt 96, Connor Burton 99
Reedsville 194, Brillion 242: Tanner Mangin paced the Panthers to the victory at Wander Springs.
Mangin shot a 10-over, 46 to take home the meet medal.
Reedsville — Tanner Mangin 46, Logan Dietrich 48, Nicole Klug 49, Jacob Bubolz 49
Mishicot 185, Wrightstown 189: Austin Schnell shot a 7-over, 43 to pace the Indians.
Schnell took won the meet medal at Hilly Haven.
Mishicot — Austin Schnell 43, Kyle Curry 44, Dustin Hlinak 49, Erik Morreau 49
Wrightstown 5, Roncalli 1: The visiting Jets fell behind 4-0 at halftime and couldn’t recover.
The lone Roncalli goal was scored by Sophia Vaca, who received a cross from Emma Dramm at the back post before tapping it in in the 82nd minute.
Kathryn Bartel was in goal for the Jets, making seven saves.
Sheboygan North 4, Manitowoc Lincoln 0: The visiting Ships fell behind 4-0 at halftime and couldn’t recover.
Lincoln goalkeeper Hailey Augustine had 11 saves as the Ships were outshot 15-4 by the Golden Raiders.
Plymouth 1, Kiel 1: Micayla Fritsch scored in the 17th minute for the visiting Raiders before the Panthers leveled the match in the 82nd.
Alyssa Summers made 10 saves in goal for Kiel, which was outshot 11-5 by Plymouth.
Sheboygan Falls 4, Roncalli 3: The visiting Jets were upended despite getting wins at No. 1 singles and doubles.
Zach LeVene prevailed 6-1, 6-0 in singles for Roncalli while Brady Boettcher and Joe Brotz did the same in doubles 6-1, 6-1.
Singles — No. 1: Zach LeVene, R, def. Jake Zehr 6-1, 6-0; No. 2: Zack Hang, SF, def. Ben Salutz 2-6, 6-4, 6-4; No. 3: Max Zeddies, R, def. Aaron Mullikin 6-2, 6-4; No. 4: Peyton Luzckz, SF, def. Christian Sosa 6-1, 6-0
Doubles — No. 1: Brady Boettcher-Joe Brotz, R, def. Louis Moreau-Braydon Much 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Baily Helzel-Mason Liebe, SF, def. Mitch Tegen-Lucas Peterson 7-5, 6-3; No. 3: Ben Le Blanc-Ben Krueger, SF, def. Brant Schneider-Hunter Mihalakakos 6-2, 6-4
Bay Port 5, Manitowoc Lincoln 2: The Ships fell in Round 2 of FRCC tier play to the Pirates.
Lincoln’s lone wins came at Nos. 1 and 2 singles. Derek Rohrer and Tim Xiong prevailed by identical 6-2, 6-3 margins, respectively.
Singles — No. 1: Derek Rohrer, ML, def. Andy Strungs 6-2, 6-3; No. 2: Tim Xiong, ML, def. Drew Schlies 6-2, 6-3; No. 3: Dylan Sundin, BP, def. Mason Gollata 6-4, 6-0; No. 4: Drew Breun, BP, def. Austyn Holschbach 6-0, 6-1
Doubles — No. 1: Ben Stratman/Martin Suda, BP, def. James Martin/Ryan Specht 3-6, 6-4, 6-2; No. 2: Zach Graber/Ty Havlicheck, BP, def. Nick Manis/Logan Swanson 6-1. 7-6 (7); No. 3: Mike Janczakowski/Matt Wech, BP, def. Sean Englebrecht/Steven Manis 6-2, 1-6, 7-5
Kohler 7, Two Rivers 0: The host Raiders were swept by the Blue Bombers, including two losses by default.
The lone match to go to three sets for Two Rivers was at No. 4 singles were Tanner Greenwood fell 3-6, 6-1, 6-1.
Singles — No. 1: Casey Johnson, K, won by default; No. 2: John Tengowski, K, def. Gavin Koch 6-4, 6-3; No. 3: Brett Friske, K, def. Alek Konopacki 7-6, 7-6; No. 4: Ben Tengowski, K, def. Tanner Greenwood 3-6, 6-1, 6-1
Doubles — No. 1: Noah Fink-Archie Brohn, K, def. Laken Duerschmidt-Dalten Myers 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: Brendan Pelligrino-Pat Marzano, K, def. Andrew Henseler-Josh Wiensch 6-0, 6-1; No. 3: Kohler wins by default