Mary Schmidt and McKayla Kertscher each tallied a pair of goals as host Sheboygan North topped Sheboygan South 6-1 in a Fox River Classic Conference girls soccer match on Tuesday night.
Jaelyn Walter and Megan Dahle also got in on the act with goals for North.
Kertscher and Nicole Barth each tallied assists for the Golden Raiders.
Gwen Schad made two saves for North.
Lauryn Bresser tallied South’s lone goal.
Ozaukee 1, Oostburg 0: Emily Janke’s goal in the 73rd minute lifted the visiting Warriors to a Central Lakeshore Conference win.
Autumn Smith made eight saves for Ozaukee.
New Holstein 4, Waupun 1: Four different players scored goals for the Huskies as they earned the Eastern Wisconsin Conference win on the road.
Karissa Preston opened the scoring with a goal in the 63rd minute.
The Warriors responded with a goal on a free kick just minutes later.
Shelly Van Grinsven scored on an assist from Preston to put New Holstien on top for good in the 72nd minute.
Hailee Olson padded the lead with a goal on a penalty kick a minute later.
Karley Krupp capped the scoring with a goal in the final minute.
Ally Schleh made two saves for New Holstein.
Plymouth 3, Kewaskum 0: Kalei Hering scored a pair of goals as the Panthers secured an EWC win.
Carlee Olsen put Plymouth on the board in the 17th thanks to an assist by Kaylee Koenig.
Hering scored the first of her goals on an unassisted effort in the 35th minute. She followed that up with a goal in the 54th minute, assisted by Hannah Mauk.
Elizabeth Bolland stopped two shots for the Panthers.
Kiel 2, Campbellsport 2: Micayla Fristch scored the game-tying goal with 10 seconds left to help draw the host Raiders level with the Cougars.
Fritsch was assisted by Jeana Fale for the crucial goal. The duo also combined in the fifth minute for the first goal of the contest.
Alyssa Summers was in goal for Kiel, making eight saves.
Howards Grove 4, Cedar Grove-Belgium 1 (Mon.): Brittany Schaller scored a pair of goals as the Tigers earned the road win in CLC action.
Schaller got the scoring started with a goal in the 22nd minute, assisted by Morgan Edge.
Kaitlyn Near extended Howards Grove’s lead when she scored on a penalty kick in the 33rd minutes.
Haleigh Bares brought the Rockets back within one on a penalty kick goal in the 55th minute, but Schaller’s second goal of the night helped the Tigers regain their two-goal edge.
Mackenzie Schlafke added one more for the visitors in the 88th minute.
Near and Katie Guse also finished the game with assists.
Audrey Schlengvogt made seven saves for Cedar Grove-Belgium, while Olivia Stauss made one save for the Tigers.
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 6, Random Lake 1 (Mon.): Monica Ruh and Camrie Schmitz each recorded hat tricks as the Resorters topped the Rams in a CLC tilt.
Asia Schneider gave Random Lake the early lead with a goal in the 11th minute. From there, it was all Elkhart Lake.
Ruh tallied scores in the 32nd, 44th and 72nd minutes, while Schmitz scored hers in the 43rd, 54th and 58th minutes.
Erica Heinig and Meghan Clemens had assists for the Resorters.
Taylor Porter made two saves for Elkhart Lake.
Manitowoc 5, Sheboygan North 2: A five-run fourth inning provided all of the offense the host Ships needed.
Evan Mahn and Dylan Agard each had two hits for the Golden Raiders.
Jackson Pothast was the losing pitcher. He allowed two earned runs on 10 hits, struck out five and walked two in 5 2/3 innings.
De Pere 7, Sheboygan South 2: Jared Reklaitis had two hits as the host Redwings fell in an FRCC contest.
Conner Harrison went the distance on the mound for South. He allowed seven runs — four earned — oon nine hits, struck out five and walked three.
Random Lake 11, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 0 (5 inn.): Freshman pitcher Cathryn Hiller pitched a no-hitter as the Rams picked up the win in the run-rule shortened game.
Jenna Bares was 2-for-4 with five RBIs and Emma Shimberg finished with two hits, including a home run.
Holly Zorn took the loss for the Resorters.
Sheboygan South 8, Green Bay West 3: The Redwings picked up their first win of the year with a victory over the visiting Wildcats in an FRCC game.
Erin Gamb went 3-for-4 with two triples and a double, she also scored three runs.
Bonnie Priebe, Jordan Gottsacker and Rachel Henning each had two hits for South.
Kourtney Mangan picked up the win. She worked four scoreless innings and struck out seven.
Sheboygan North 8, Green Bay Southwest 6: The Golden Raiders bested the Trojans for the second time four days.
Lauren Hamann was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and a stolen base, while teammate Tori Holtz was 2-for-4 with a home run, two stolen bases, two runs scored and two driven in.
Bayleigh Rabe had two hits and three RBIs and Raven Gmach was 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Gmach recorded the win. She allowed six runs on nine hits, struck out five and walked five.
Oostburg 5, Cedar Grove-Belgium 1: Oostburg earned a CLC win on the road.
Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Morgan Green broke a scoreless tie in the sixth inning with a sacrifice fly that plated Mandi Race.
However, Oostburg produced five runs to close out the contest.
Abbie Huibregtse had two RBIs for the Flying Dutchmen.
Race took the loss, striking out nine batters.
Mallory Grossenbach earned the win.
Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler 7, Howards Grove 5: Lutheran/Kohler scored three runs with two outs in the fourth inning to best the home standing Tigers.
Alyssa Holtz smacked a solo home run for Lutheran/Kohler. She finished the game with two hits, as did Kaelin Sbrocco and Jordan Thaves.
Katy Berg and Lyndsey Peterson each had two hits for Howards Grove.
Peterson took the loss, striking out nine and walking four.
Abby Smith was the winning pitcher. She allowed three earned runs on eight hits, two strikeouts and a walk.
Campbellsport 6, Plymouth 0: Zoe Albert threw a no-hitter for the host Cougars.
Albert struck out 10 and walked three.
Erika Helmer was handed the loss. She allowed three earned runs on struck out five and walked six.
Two Rivers 12, Kiel 1 (5): A huge seven-run fifth innings propelled Two Rivers past host Kiel in the EWC contest.
Pacing Kiel at the plate was Emily Weidensee, going 1-for-2 with an RBI. Also for Kiel, Sara Winkel (1-for-1) had a triple and a run scored while Rachel Meyer (1-for-2) had the other hit for the hosts.
Howards Grove 5, Two Rivers 1: The host Tigers scored three wins in singles and two more in doubles action.
Luke Stanczyk earned a win at No. 1 singles for Howards Grove, while Travis Stanczyk and Eric Reinemann followed suit at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.
The Tigers also claimed both contested doubles matches. Zach Fritz and Andrew Reinemann earned a victory at No. 1 doubles and Ty Bender and Brad Olson were victorious at No. 2 doubles.
Singles — No. 1: Luke Stanczyk, HG, def. Torgny Simons 6-1, 6-3; No. 2: Gavin Koch, TR, def. Keegan Rhynas, 7-6, 7-6; No. 3: Travis Stanczyk, HG, def. Alek Konopacki, 7-5, 6-4; No. 4: Eric Reinemann, HG, def. Tanner Greenwood, 6-1, 6-1
Doubles — No. 1: Zach Fritz-Andrew Reinemann, HG, def. Laken Duerschmidt-Dalten Myers, 6-1, 6-0; No. 2: Ty Bender-Brad Olson, HG, def. Josh Wiensch-Andrew Henseler, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Double forfeit
Sheboygan North 7, Green Bay East 0: North made it a clean sweep with a victory over East in an FRCC match.
Will Hapeman and James Rhode earned a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 2 doubles and Tim Gotwald and Max Harms did likewise at No. 3 doubles.
Singles — No. 1: Sam Hopp, SN, def. Matt Bethke, 7-6 (6), 6-1; No. 2: Avinash Murthy, SN, def. Mitchell Warren, 5-7, 6-2, 6-0; No. 3: Lee Thao, SN, def. Nick Waskosky, 6-1, 6-0; No. 4: Bobby Xiong, SN, def. Caleb Hawpetoss 7-5, 6-2.
Doubles — No. 1: Jackson Lor-Kyle Yedica, SN, def. Louis Jelinsky-Evan Lateyice, 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Will Hapeman-James Rohde, SN, def. Hugo Hernandez-Ryan VandenBoomen, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Tim Gotwald-Max Harms, SN, def. Dom Gerbek-Brandon Mikulsky, 6-0, 6-0.
Sheboygan Falls 7, Waupun 0: The Falcons swept the Warriors in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference contest.
Jake Zehr earned a 6-3, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles and Louis Moreau and Braydon Much posted a win at No. 1 doubles for Sheboygan Falls.
Singles — No. 1: Jake Zehr, SF, def. Austin Taylor, 6-3, 6-0; No. 2: Zach Hand, SF, def. Seth Steinhauer, 6-0, 6-1; No. 3: Aaron Mullikin, SF, def. Hunter VandeKamp, 6-2, 6-0; No. 4: Peyton Luecke, SF, def. Caleb Lombardo, 7-6 (4), 6-1.
Doubles — No. 1: Louis Moreau-Braydon Much, SF, def. Alex Taylor -Jared Nummerdor, 6-4, 7-5; No. 2: Bailey Hetzel-Mason Leibe, SF, def. Blakley Wiesman-Sam Keilley, 6-1, 6-0; No. 3: Ben LeBlanc-Ben Krueger, SF, def. Trishan Schmitt-Brandon Ruis, 6-2, 6-1.
De Pere 6, Sheboygan North 1 (Mon.): North had a tough go of it in the FRCC road match.
Will Hapeman and James Rohde recorded a win for the Golden Raiders at No. 2 doubles.
Singles — No. 1: Benny Glezer, DP, def. Morgan Ross, 6-1, 6-2; No. 2: Alex Vandenberg, DP, def. Sam Hopp, 6-0; 6-0; No. 3: Garitt Pritzl, DP, def. Avinash Murthy, 6-4, 6-1; No. 4: Dominic Carter, DP, def. Lidge Thao, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Doubles — No. 1: Andrew Trotter-Nick TeCleen, DP, def. Jackson Lor-Kyle Yedica, 6-3, 6-3; No. 2: Will Hapeman-James Rohde, SN, def. Blais Wentz-Jacob Keller, 6-3, 6-4; No. 3: Jordan Beyer-Trey Butrym, DP, def. Tim Gotwald-Max Harms, 7-5, 7-5.
Oostburg 163, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 199: J ordan Leaman shot a three-over par, 37 to lead Oostburg to victory at Riverdale.
Max Ward, Sam Lutzke and Anthony Klahn each shot a 48 for Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah.
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Medalist: Jordan Leaman, Oo, 37
Oostburg: Jordan Leaman 37, Brent Greupink 40, Ryan Prinsen 43, Zac Dulmes 43, Lukas Meerdink 49.
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah: Max Ward 48, Sam Lutzke 48, Anthony Klahn 48, Dante Miller 55, Trevor Taubenheim 57.
Oostburg 169, Kohler 173 (Mon.): Host Oostburg topped visiting Kohler in a CLC dual at Riverdale.
Amanda Egbert shot a five-over par, 39 to lead the Blue Bombers as well as take meet medalist honors.
Jordan Leaman led the Flying Dutchmen with a 40.
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Medalist: Amanda Egbert, K, 39
Oostburg: Jordan Leaman 40, Brent Greupink 41, Lukas Meerdink 42, Ryan Prinsen 46, Zac Dulmes 52.
Kohler: Amanda Egbert 39, Charlie Twohig 44, Sam Kohler 44, Andrew Bryce 46, Brady Stefanczyk 52.
Track and field
Green Bay East triangular: Sheboygan South took third in both boys and girls competition.
Zachary Klokow won the boys 1,600, while Doug Williams was tops in the 300 hurdles. South’s boys also won the 800 relay.
Katie Banie won the 3,200 for the South girls.
Team scores: Bay Port 117, Green Bay East 40, Sheboygan South 29.
100 dash — 1. Ryan Powers, BP, 11.30; 200 dash — 1. Ryan Powers, BP, 22.97; 400 dash — 1. Paxton Pelegrin, BP, 51.94; 800 run — 1. Kyle Thieme, BP, 2:09.80; 1,600 run — 1. Zachary Klokow, SS, 4:46.77; 3,200 — 1. Fabian Salinas, GBE, 10:24.55; 110 hurdles — 1. Cordell Tinch, BP, 16.77; 300 hurdles — 1. Doug Williams, SS, 44.12; 400 relay — 1. Bay Port, 44.04; 800 relay — 1. Sheboygan South, (Kittleson, Ristivojevic, McCabe, Selk), 1:37.55; 1,600 relay — 1. Green Bay East, 3:43.63; 3,200 relay — 1. Bay Port, 8:55.18; Shot put — 1. Cole Van Lanen, BP, 58-02; Discus — 1. Cole Van Lanen, BP, 152-08.5; High jump — 1. Cordell Tinch, BP, 6-04; Pole vault — 1. Marshall Jeppeson, BP, 12-00; Long jump — 1. Zac Lorbeck, BP, 20-02.25; Triple jump — 1. Cordell Tinch, BP, 41-00.5.
Team scores: Bay Port 101, Green Bay East 54, Sheboygan South 29.
100 dash — 1. Bailey Cisar, BP, 13.14; 200 dash — 1. Jenna Long, BP, 27.51; 400 dash — 1. Ariel Malvitz, GBE, 1:03.84; 800 run — 1. Hattie Plumb, BP, 2:28.06; 1,600 run — 1. Maddie re, BP, 5:14.99; 3,200 run — 1. Katie Banie, SS, 12:24.36; 100 hurdles — 1. Valerie Every, BP, 18.56; 300 hurdles — 1. Hailey Wilson, BP, 52.74; 400 relay — 1. Bay Port, 51.90; 800 relay — 1. Bay Port, 1:49.33; 1,600 relay — 1. Bay Port, 4:27.10; 3,200 relay — 1. Bay Port, 10:28.66; Shot put — 1. Gretchen Trast, BP, 34-11.25; Discus — 1. alexis Watts, GBE, 96-11.75; High jump — 1. Sara Baenen, BP, 5-00; Pole vault — 1. Kensington Naze, BP, 8-00; Long jump — 1. Jenna Long, BP, 15-10; Triple jump — 1. Hailey Wilson, BP, 28-07.