NEW HOLSTEIN – Kelsey Kaiser came within one out of a 5-inning no-hitter as New Holstein coasted past Kiel, 16-0, in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference softball contest.
Kaiser walked three and fanned six, allowing her only hit with two outs in the fifth inning – a single to the Raiders’ Sara Winkel.
The Huskies took a 2-0 lead after the first inning and then broke the game open with eight runs in the second en route to the win.
Taylor Doherty and Nicole Steffes each had two hits, while Carlee Burg and Nicole Goeser each chipped in three RBIs to lead New Holstein, which also took advantage of seven walks, three hit batters and three Kiel errors.
Manitowoc Lincoln 5, Sheboygan North 2: The Golden Raiders took a 2-1 lead on Tori Holtz’s single in the top of the sixth inning, but the Ships took advantage of a couple of errors to score four runs in the bottom of the frame to collect the win.
Raven Gmach, who scored the go-ahead run in the sixth, drove in the Golden Raiders’ first run of the game in the first with a groundout. Hazel Dulmes, who smacked a one-out double, scored on the play.
Lincoln tied things in the top of the second and the game stayed tied until the sixth.
Green Bay East 15, Sheboygan South 0 (5 inn.): The Redwings managed just three hits and fell at home.
Erin Gamb, Brittnei Marfilius and Kourtney Mangan each had hits in the game for the Redwings.
Plymouth 11-9, Two Rivers 0-4: Erica Helmer tossed a five-inning one-hitter, striking out seven without a walk, in the opener and the Panthers completed the sweep.
Cassy Sippel had two hits and two RBIS to fuel the offense, which scored four runs in the first and scored in each inning but the second.
Erika Stauss paced the Panthers in the second game picking up two hits and an RBI, while Helmer scattered seven hits to get the win.
Lourdes Academy 5, Random Lake 1: The Rams were held to three hits as they dropped the nonconference game on the road.
Sheboygan North 4, Manitowoc Lincoln 0: The Golden Raiders improved to 10-13 on the season and 6-1-1 in the FRCC with the win over the Ships.
Megan Dahle scored three goals, all in the first half, as North shot to a 4-0 lead at intermission and cruised the rest of the way.
McKayla Kertscher also scored for the Golden Raiders, while Katie Revelis and Nicole Barth picked up assists in the win.
Emma Gentine needed to make just two saves to earn the shutout in goal.
Ozaukee 4, Cedar Grove-Belgium 1: Emily Janke and Brooke Bares each scored a pair of goals and Autumn Smith made six saves to lead the Warriors, who improved to 12-2-1 overall and 9-1 in the CWC.
Emma Yanke picked up an assist in the game for Ozaukee.
A.J. Caldwell scored the lone goal for the Rockets, which tied the score at 1 before the Warriors pulled away in the second half.
Oostburg 2, Sheboygan Christian 0: Leah Ebbers made 11 saves to earn her 11th shutout of the season as the Flying Dutchmen beat the Eagles after the two teams played to a tie earlier this season.
Oostburg got both of its goals after intermission, starting five minutes into the second half when Ashlea Haag poked in a rebound after Brenna Rauwerdink hit the post.
Rauwerdink then scored in the 75th minute on a shot from 25 yards out for the final margin.
“We made a few adjustments at half,” Oostburg coach Ryan Ohlfs said. “We needed to give ourselves better opportunities on the goal so we changed up our attack the second half.”
Howards Grove 4, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 0: The Tigers erupted for four second-half goals and overcame being a player down for more than half the match to collect the win.
Malayna McDaniel scored in the 61st minute and Morgan Edge added another goal three minutes later to get Howards Grove on the scoreboard.
Katie Guse and Brittany Schaller added goals a minute apart with about 10 minutes left for the Tigers, who generated 10 corner kicks in the match.
Olivia Stauss and Carlie Stauss combined for the shutout in net for Howards Grove.
“The girls played great and really turned it on in the second half, our defense was exceptional this evening,” Howards Grove coach Kasey Smith said.
Taylor Porter made 10 saves for the Resorters.
Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler 1, Random Lake 0: Claudia Zastrow found the net in the 64 th minute to lift Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler to the win.
Sarah Cassidy assisted on the goal, which came as Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler hit the crossbar four times in the scoreless first half. It also found the woodwork four more times in the second half as Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler finished with 25 shots.
“Our girls controlled the ball very well today, with strong possession and a number of attacks that found us in front of the goal,” Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler coach Phil Zastrow said. “We’re continuing to grow as a team, and are playing better each game.”
Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler is now 5-9-3 overall this season and 2-7-1 in the CLC.
Plymouth 1, Kiel 1: Olivia Janowski scored in the 82nd minute as the Panthers forced a tie at home against the Raiders.
Micayla Fritsch scored 17 minutes into the match for Kiel and the lead stood up nearly the entire night before Janowski evened the match on an assist from Sydney Robinson.
Alyssa Summers finished with 10 saves for Kiel, while Elizabeth Bolland registered four saves for the Panthers.
Track and field
Mayville Invitational: Random Lake boys finished third, while the girls were fifth at the eight-team invite.
Alicia Hartmann posted the lone win for the Rams by placing first in the 1,600 meters. Kylie Armstrong was second in the 200, while Mackenzie Schimberg finished third in the 100.
For the boys, Aaron Rathke led the way with a second place in the high jump. Logan Martin in the 400 meters and Evan DeBroux in the 3,200 meters each finished third for the Rams.
Sheboygan Lutheran 180, Ozaukee 187: Meet medalist honors went to Lutheran’s Josh Splittgerber at The Bog.
Splittgerber carded a 7-over, 43 while Ozaukee was led by Mitch Meeuwsen (9-over, 45).
Sheboygan Lutheran — Josh Splittgerber 43, Isaiah Richardson 44, Nick Falconer 45, Logan Jones 48
Ozaukee — Mitch Meeuwsen 45, Grant Klas 47, Jack Behrens 47, Avery Clark 48
De Pere 6, Sheboygan North 1: Avinach Murthy collected the lone win for the Golden Raiders, who lost a pair of three-set matches on the day.
Murthy defeated Balise Wentz in a three-setter at No. 3 singles, winning 6-4, 6-7, 7-6 in the marathon match.
Morgan Ross at No. 1 singles and the No. 3 doubles team of Tim Gotwald and Max Harms also picked up set wins, but couldn’t finish off their victories.
Singles: No. 1: Benny Glezer (DP) def. Morgan Ross, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. No. 2: Garitt Pritzl (DP) def. Sam Hopp, 6-1, 6-1. No. 3: Avinach Murthy (SN) def. Blaise Wentz, 6-4, 6-7, 7-6. No. 4: Dominic Carter (DP) def. Lij Thao, 6-4. 6-1.
Doubles: No. 1: Alex Vandenberg/Connor Savolt (DP) def. Jackson Lor/Kyle Yedica, 6-0, 6-0. No. 2: Peter Nguyen/Nick DeCleene (DP) def. Will Hapemann/James Rohde, 6-2, 7-6. No. 3: Jacob Keller/Andrew Trotter (DP) def. Tim Gotwald/Max Harms, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1.
Sheboygan Falls 4, Roncalli 3: The host Falcons edged the Jets with their most lopsided victory coming at No. 4 singles.
Peyton Luzckz won 6-1, 6-0 to pace Sheboygan Falls.
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
Kohler 7, Two Rivers 0: The visiting Blue Bombers swept the Raiders, including two wins by default.
The most lopsided win for Kohler came at No. 1 singles, where Noah Fink and Archie Brohn prevailed 6-0, 6-0.
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