Sheboygan North had little trouble dispatching Green Bay Preble, sweeping them 7-0 on Thursday.
No. 1 player Lily Bohn bested Adalia Marshall 6-3, 6-1 to set the tone. No. 2 player Annika Baur followed it up with at 6-2, 6-0 win over Vanessa Merrill, and No. 3 player Sommer Schoenenberger topped Kaitlyn Perret 6-2, 6-0. North’s No. 4 player Hanna Wollin also beat Rebecca Goska 6-2, 6-3.
On the doubles side, Alison Gress and Allison Pond, North’s No. 1 duo, topped Molly O’Neill and Nikki Waage 6-0, 6-2.
Singles — No. 1: Allie Bryce, SN, def. Adalia Marshall 6-3, 6-1; No. 2: Annika Baur, SN, def. Vanessa Merrill 6-2, 6-0; No. 3: Sommer Schoenenberger, SN, def. Kaitlyn Perret 6-2, 6-0; No. 4: Hanna Wollin, SN, def. Rebecca Goska 6-2, 6-3.
Doubles — No. 1: Alison Gress-Allison Pond, SN, def. Molly O’Neill-Nikki Waage, 6-0, 6-2; No. 2 — Katie Bechard-Chloe Bohn, SN, def. Chloe Vandenhouten-Erika Bannister, 6-3, 6-1; No. 3 — Ashley Loebel-Cora Thompson, SN, def. Allaura Jolly-Alexis Yantes, 6-0, 6-4.
Kohler 7, Two Rivers 0: The Blue Bombers dominated Two Rivers from top to bottom.
No. 1 singles player Anna Mesalles thoroughly topped November Seizert 6-2, 6-0, and the rest of the singles lineup, Lauren Horth, Evelyn Heun and Grace Madigan, also picked up easy wins.
Singles — No. 1: Anna Mesilles, K, def. November Seizert 6-2, 6-0; No. 2: Lauren Horth, K, def. Lauren Sosnosky 6-1, 6-1; No. 3: Evelyn Heur, K, def. Hannah Niemojuski 6-1, 6-0; No. 4: Grace Madigan, K, def. Katelin Nelson 6-2, 6-1.
Doubles — No. 1: Allie Bryce-Rachel Proudman, K, def. Gabby Weier-Megan Sosnosky 6-2, 6-3; No. 2: Amelia Grose-Emily Guegnear, K, def. Emily Johnson-Hannah Shimanek 6-1, 6-0; No. 3: Kohler win by forfeit.
Sheboygan Falls 7, Chilton 0: The Falcons took care of business against Chilton.
No. 1 singles player Mia Bartel topped Hannah Reilly 6-1, 6-3. Ellie Roe, Sheboygan Falls’ No. 2 singles player, beat Molly Jahn, 6-1, 6-1. No. 3 singles player Monica Micolyczyk topped Brooke Calvaway 6-1, 6-0, and No. 4 player Allison Lee bested Sam Davis 6-1, 6-1.
Singles — No. 1: Mia Bartel, SF, def. Hannah Reilly 6-1, 6-3; No. 2: Ellie Roe, SF, def. Molly Jahn 6-1, 6-1; No. 3: Monica Micolyczyk, SF, def. Brooke Calvaway 6-1, 6-0; No. 4: Allison Lee, SF, def. Sam Davis, 6-1, 6-0.
Doubles — No. 1: Rachel Lee-Klohie Kuenne, SF, def. Annie Krause-Heather Mathes 6-2, 6-3; No. 2: Megan Hand-Carissa Dekanich, SF, def. Rachel Wagner-Carla Moriettu 6-1, 6-0; No. 3: Marissa Guenther-Kim Dean win by forfeit.
Green Bay Southwest 7, Sheboygan South 0: The Redwings continued to struggle, failing to win a single match against Green Bay Southwest.
On the singles side, Arianna Vorpahl, Courtney Trescher, Erin Gamb and Helen Flynn all picked up losses for South High.
On the doubles side, Tessa Badtke and Alexa were swept 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles, Katherine Ly and Emily Wegner were swept at No. 2 doubles, and Noelle Timler and Natalie Binversie lost 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 doubles.
Singles — No. 1: Mei Fredeen, GSW, def. Arianna Vorpahl, 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Anna Kaftan, GSW, def. Courtney Trescher, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Sara Stieber, GSW, def. Erin Gamb, 6-2, 6-4; No. 4: Natalie Gersczak, GSW, def. Helen Flynn, 6-0, 6-2;
Doubles — No. 1: Kristen Mason-Calli Cain, GSW, def. Tessa Badtke-Alexa Stempihar, 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: Jenna Tackmeier-Marie Pisani, GSW, def. Katherine Ly-Emily Wegner, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Trisha Hanold-Maddie Ahrens, GSW, def. Noelle Timler-Natalie Binversie, 6-0, 6-1.
Algoma 3, Kiel 2: Kiel started scorching hot, scoring twice in the first 10 minutes before cooling off.
Parker Brack struck in the third minute to give the Raiders the early lead before teammates Zach Zorn made it 2-0 in the ninth.
The game remained in Kiel’s favor until a strong 19-minute stretch sparked the Wolves. Algoma got in the board in the 56th before leveling the match in the 62nd.
Jimmy Hintz made 11 saves on 12 shots on goal for Kiel.
Pulaski 4, Sheboygan South 3: After battling throughout the game, Pulaski netted the game winner in the last 15 seconds to steal the win.
Christian Kaiser stood out for South, notching several important saves in the win.
Howards Grove 3, Random Lake 1: The Tigers scored three unanswered goals before Random Lake finally got on the board off a penalty kick with only a few minutes remaining.
Elijah Murphy kicked off the scoring off an assist from Devin Gallenberger at the 15:38 mark. Then midway through the second half, Murphy returned the favor with an assist to Gallenberger, who scored at the 57:21 mark.
Jeremy Berglund found the net off an assist from Jordan Peterson to end Howards Grove’s scoring with 74:50 elapsed.
Sheboygan Christian/Lutheran 2, Oostburg 0: The Eagles pitched a shutout and found the back of the net twice in the second half to secure the win.
Mike Aslum drilled a shot to the far corner of the goal off a rebound to break the scoreless tie. Just a few minutes later, Noah Hendriske netted a goal on a breakaway to make it 2-0.
Oostburg keeper Harrison Brill finished with 10 saves, while Sheboygan Christian/Lutheran keeper Nick Falconer had three saves.
New Holstein 7, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 2: After leading 3-2 at the break, the Huskies poured in four my goals to turn a close game into a rout.
Noah Ruh and Ethan Hartwig scored the first two goals of the game for New Holstein, with both scores coming in the first 10 minutes.
Kiel’s Jonah Schneider scored on a penalty kick at the 10:12 mark, but Jacob Conrad answered off a corner kick assist from Zach Petrie about 10 minutes later.
Sheboygan North 121, Port Washington 46: The Golden Raiders dominated in their meet against the Pirates with nine first-place finishes.
Mallory Veeser ended the evening being a part of the first-place medley relay team as well as winning the 100-yard breaststroke. Veeser also placed second in the 200 yard IM.
Ashlyn Prisinger was part of the first place medley relay team, taking first in the 100-yard freestyle event, and winning the 200-yard freestyle with her teammates.
Top Local Finishers: 200 yard medley relay: 1. Sheboygan North (Erin Fehrman, Mallory Veeser, Lauren Haron, Ashlyn Prisinger), 1:58.00. 200 yard freestyle: 1. Abby Veeser (SN), 2:14.35. 200 yard IM: 2. Mallory Vesser (SN), 2:35.20. 50 yard freestyle: 1. Ellie Revelis (SN), 27.88. 100 yard butterfly: 1. Lauren Haron (SN), 1:07.05. 100 yard freestyle: 1. Ashlyn Prisinger (SN), 57.38. 500 yard freestyle: 1. Katy Zemke (SN), 6:19.05. 200 yard freestyle: 1. Sheboygan North (Lauren Hayon, Ellie Revelis, Erin Fehrman, Ashlyn Prisinger), 1:46.86. 100 yard backstroke: 1. Erin Fehrman (SN), 1:05.66. 100 yard breaststroke: 1. Mallory Veeser (SN), 1:16.48.
Pulaski 135, Sheboygan South 41: The Redwings fell to the Red Raiders at home Thursday.
The Redwings’ Lillian Stenz took second in the 200-yard freestyle as well as the 100-yard backstroke.
Bonnie Preibe finished second in the 50-yard freestyle and the 100-yard butterfly.
200 yard medley relay: 3. Sheboygan South (Carlee Maas, Lillian Stenz, Bonnie Priebe, Ericha Ostermann), 2:15.68. 200 yard freestyle: 2. Lillian Stenz (SS), 2:33.74. 50 yard freestyle: 2. Bonnie Priebe (SS), 28.67. 100 yard butterfly: 2. Bonnie Priebe (SS), 1:13.35. 100 yard freestyle: 4. Zoe Schrameyer (SS), 1:31.36. 200 yard freestyle: 3. Sheboygan South (Carlee Maas, Autumn Brauer, Ashlyn Marfilius, Zoe Schrameyer), 2:13.22. 100 yard backstroke: 3. Carlee Maas (SS), 1:24.22. 100 yard breaststroke: 2. Lillian Stenz (SS), 1:18.13. 400 yard freestyle relay: 2. Sheboygan South (Lillian Stenz, Ericha Ostermann, Zoe Schrameyer, Bonnie Preibe), 4:28.80.
Oostburg 3, Cedar Grove-Belgium 0: The Flying Dutchmen swept the Rockets in three sets, 25-12, 25-18, 25-23, to take the win.
Keri Hartmann led the way with eight kills. Aimee Bichler added five kills.
Talia Hranicka finished with eight digs, Janeese VerVelde registed nine assists, and Abby Blok chipped in four aces and nine assists.
For Cedar Grove-Belgium, Ellie Kaat finished with 10 kills, Morgan Green earned 10 assists and Jessica Rose finished with 14 digs.
Howards Grove 3, Ozaukee 0: The Tigers shutout the Warriors, winning 25-7, 25-20, 25-15.
For Ozaukee, Alexis Bergmann finished with six kills and 15 digs, Lorenz Miller put down four kills, and Emily Hankering dug the ball 14 times.
Taylor Bubolz for the Tigers put up 22 assists, helping Adi Gerber put down seven kills as well as Olivia Strauss who had six kills. Ali Davis prevented the Warriors from scoring with seven digs.
“Very pleased with the focus and excitement we came out with.” Coach Brett Damrow commented on his team’s performance. “It was a great opportunity for everyone to show the hard work they have put in on parents night.”
New Holstein 3, Kiel 0: The Huskies overpowered the Raiders sweeping the victory by scores of 25-12, 25-9, 25-7.
Tasha Rabe led the Raiders with six kills and Sam Daane added eight assists for Kiel.
Sheboygan Christian 3, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 1: The Eagles overcame a second-set loss to pull out a close win over the Resorters.
Carissa Wisse led Sheboygan Christian with 17 kills, 14 digs and four blocks, while Ashley Flipse and Hannah Modahl chipped in 11 and 10 kills, respectively. Flipse also finished with eight digs, while Modahl chipped in six digs and four blocks.
Briana Wishman totaled 24 assists and five aces for the Eagles.
Rachel Flora racked up 19 kills and Emily Holzmann finished with 19 assists for the Resorters, who also got 15 digs from Monica Ruh and five kills and nine digs from Sonia Schubert.
Notre Dame 3, Sheboygan South 0: The Redwings lost 25-10, 25-10, 25-13 to undefeated Notre Dame.
South High moves to 12-3 overall and 0-1 in the Fox River Classic Conference.
Hayley Primas lead the way with six kills and eight digs. Neenah Primas finished with 13 assists, three kills and five digs. Kourtney Mangan pitched in two blocks.
Sheboygan Falls 3, Valders 0: The Falcons swept the Vikings 25-19, 25-15, 25-21 on the road Thursday evening.
Martha Mathieu helped the Falcons squad get the win with 100% serving, 3 aces, and 6 digs. Erika VanEngen also put down 10 kills.
Kim Schwobe dominated the net for Sheboygan Falls with 10 kills, 3 blocks, and put up 13 assists.
Green Bay Southwest Invite: The Panthers, Redwings, and Golden Raiders competed at Green Bay Southwest on Thursday and had many runners finish high in the rankings.
Plymouth’s Sophie Bolich ended with a 4th place finish, while Ian McConnaha came in at 15th for the boys.
The Redwings’ Katie Banie crossed the finish line in 32nd place and Sean Reinemann finished 24th.
Golden Raiders’ top finisher was Thomas Lang, who was also the top local finisher, and Ella Reinemann ended up in 56th.
Team scores: Appleton North 60, Kimberly 61, Neenah 89, Pulaski 117, Bayport 144, Plymouth 157, Ashwaubenon 160, Green Bay Southwest 250, De Pere 271, Marinetter 302, Menasha 306, Sheboygan North 312, Sheboygan South 344.
PLY: 4. Sophie Bolich, 19:14; 35. Olivia Jankowski, 21:08; 37. Amanda Triebensee, 21:08; 38. Gabriella Mella, 21:10; 44. Lauren Rabe, 21:28; 47. Izzy Kastelic, 21:38; 63. Ellie Welsch, 22:31; 64. Allie Gruttner, 21:32.
SS: 32. Katie Banie, 21:04; 65. Monika Pantha, 22:38; 76. Anne Bondal, 23:34; 90. Emma Mangeri, 25:11; 92. Mckenzie Marver, 25:39; 93. Deyna Gatica, 26:32.
SN: 56. Ella Reinemann, 22:04; 68. Quinn Vande Hey, 22:46; 71. Anya Athan, 23:07; 72. Julia Scharinger, 23:16; 78. Bailey Harrington, 23:37; 80. Hayley Sollberg, 23:39; 86. Katie Reinemann, 24:08.
Team Scores: Kimberly 27, Neenah 68, Appleton North 105, De Pere 157, Bayport 161, Ashwaubenon 167, Plymouth 194, Green Bay Southwest 209, Sheboygan North 214, Pulaski 294, Marinette 403.
PLY: 15. Ian McConnaha, 17:24; 21. Alan Schaefer, 17:39; 36. Jordan Marshall, 18:11; 59. Gabe Olson, 18:44; 71. Brady Schultz, 19:21; 73. Noah Baratka, 19:26; 77. Connor Schmidt, 19:34; 91. Charlie Aschenbach, 20:41.
SS: 24. Sean Reinemann, 17:44; 52. Austin Boeldt, 18:29; 68. Carston Jonet; 19:15; 72. Tyler Matysik, 19:25; 74. Chase Hutchension, 19:28; 81. Spencer Miesfeld, 19:51; 82. Logan Cayon, 19:52; 83. Hunter Van Price, 20:02.
SN: 5. Thomas Lang, 16:28; 35. Bailey Broghammer, 18:10; 58 Kyle Yedia, 18:40; 61. Cody Bennett, 18:51; 63. Jacob Brown, 19:05; 76. Andre Melendez, 19:28; 78. Charles Broghammer, 19:35; 87. Nolan Gallimore, 20:16.