Hawks drop two at tournament
Playing in the Luxemburg-Casco tournament Saturday, Shawano came up just short in a 2-1 loss to Lux-Casco in its first game before falling 6-1 to Iron Mountain in its second game.
Lindsey Roloff scored Shawano’s goal against Lux-Casco off an assist from Kyra Klement. Goalie Peyton Buerman made seven saves.
Buerman made eight saves in game two and also scored the Hawks’ goal. Faith Lammers made six saves during her time defending the net.
West De Pere 10
The Hawks could not slow the Phantoms in Bay Conference action Thursday.
Peyton Buerman made 20 saves while defending the net for Shawano.
Gresham goes 1-2 at tournament
Gresham earned a 13-8 win over Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, but dropped games to Wild Rose (8-2) and Hilbert/Stockbridge (8-1) at a tournament in Tri-County High School on Saturday.
Destiny Reindl tallied three hits and seven RBIs to lead Gresham to its win. Jada James added three RBIs, while Kennedy Hoffman and Makayla Belongia scored four times each. Valarie Cerveny earned the win in the circle.
In the loss to Wild Rose, Reindl drove in one run and scored the other. She also took the loss on the mound, despite not allowing an earned run.
Hoffman drove in Kalayla Tucker for the Wildcats’ lone run against Hilbert/Stockbridge. Cerveny was dealt the loss in the circle.
Hawks split pair
Shawano rebounded from a 9-3 loss to Denmark with a 4-3 win over Ashwaubenon on Saturday in Ashwaubenon.
Macie Herm, Taylor Johnson and Naomi Wynos each drove in a run for Shawano against Denmark. Jewel Waupekenay scored twice. Emilee Bastar, Gracyn Habeck and Caitlin Daniel all pitched.
Habeck hit two homers while Abi Vomastic also homered for the Hawks in their win. Johnson earned the win, working around four walks and six hits in seven innings.
The Panthers were outhit 12-5 in a Central Wisconsin Conference-North loss to the Wolves on Saturday.
Tia Kroening had the lone RBI for Bowler, scoring Morgan Paiser. Jada Water suffered the loss in the circle.
An error allowed the Tigers to walk off with a wild CWC-North win over Gresham on Friday.
Raven Dewhurst had three hits for Tigerton. Bethany Jobe, Colleen Smith and Autumn Fredenberg each added two hits. Adrienne Brady earned the win in the circle.
Destiny Reindl drove in five runs and scored three more, while Tiana Ferguson had four hits, three RBIs and three runs scored for Gresham, Kaylee Bohm had three RBIs, while Kennedy Hoffman scored three times. Reindl took the loss in the circle.
A four-run sixth inning helped the Chargers pull away for a CWC-East victory over Shiocton on Friday.
Abi Fraaza tallied two hits and drove in four runs to lead Witt-Birn. McKenna Metropulos also had two hits, while driving in a run and scoring once. Emma Herb scored three runs.
Destiny Bagley picked up the win, allowing three unearned runs over seven innings.
Marion 3 (5 inn.)
The Wildcats held off the Mustangs late to bounce back with a CWC-North win Friday.
Destiny Reindl drove in two runs to lead Gresham at the plate. Jada James earned the win, striking out seven batters over five innings.
Truckers split pair
Clintonville dropped game one 4-2 but bounced back with an 11-1 win in game two of a North Eastern Conference doubleheader with Wrightstown on Friday.
Carolyn Sasse earned the win in the circle for Clintonville in game one. Tessa Doornink drove in four runs to lead the Truckers, while Sasse doubled.
Hannah Baird took the loss in game one. Doornink finished with three hits, while Bailey Mares had two.
The Hawks were held to just three hits in a Bay loss to the Thunder on Friday.
Taylor Johnson, Caitlin Daniel and Emilee Bastar all spent time in the circle for Shawano. Johnson took the loss, allowing three runs — only one of which was earned — over four innings.
The Truckers could not slow the Vikings in NEC play Thursday.
Abby King had two hits for Clintonville, while Tessa Doornink and Marissa Ader each tripled. Haley Fields took the loss in the circle.
Witt-Birn splits pair
After opening the day with a 12-4 win over Northland Pines, Wittenberg-Birnamwood came up on the wrong end of a 6-5 final with Auburndale in Wittenberg on Saturday.
Kody Szews and Jacob Groshek each drove in three runs for Witt-Birn in the win. Shane Herb, Michael Gibson, Austin Worzalla, Larken Betry and Groshek each scored twice. Herb, Worzalla, Szews and Simon Stewart all pitched in the contest.
Bryce Zoromski had three hits for the Chargers in game two, while Gibson and Groshek each drove in two runs. Austin Rekow, Will Urquhart, Ben Wesolowski and Groshek all spent time on the hill.
Bears drop pair
Bonduel came up on the wrong end of a 2-1 game with Iola-Scandinavia and a 7-2 final with Pacelli in Iola on Saturday.
Bonduel’s Noah Beilfuss took the loss on the mound in relief of Isaac Boldt, who struck out 12 batters over six innings. Garrett Engel and Joey Wagester each had two hits for the Bears.
Wagester took the loss on the mound against Pacelli, which used a four-run seventh to pull away. Parker Bohm had two hits for the Bears, while Dylan Burch doubled.
New London 17
The Hawks fell to the Bulldogs in Bay action Saturday.
New London scored 16 runs across the first two innings.
Carson Popp drove in a pair for Shawano on a second inning single. Zach Erdmann took the loss.
The Mustangs doubled up the Gillett/Suring co-op in nonconference play Saturday.
Koy Brei had three hits to lead Marion at the plate, while Charles Schweitzer added two hits.
Alex Zimmerman earned the win, striking out nine batters and allowing two unearned runs over six innings. Cayden Schoen pitched the final inning to seal the win.
The Wildcats scored 12 runs across the fifth and sixth innings to take down Marion in a CWC-North matchup Friday.
Nathanial Juga homered and drove in fours runs for Gresham. Luke Pecore earned the win after striking out nine batters in the first five innings. Juga and Austin Sperberg covered the final two innings.
Koy Brei and Carter Goke each drove in a run for Marion. Goke, Brei, Alex Zimmerman and Cayden Schoen all pitched for the Mustangs.
Shawano 0 (5 inn.)
The Hawks dropped a Bay clash with the Bluejays on Friday.
Menasha scored six runs in the first inning before tacking on five runs over the final two innings.
Andrew Popp took the loss after pitching 1⅓ innings.
Bowler swept by Manawa
Bowler surrendered six unearned runs over a pair of CWC-North losses to Manawa on Friday. Manawa took game one 2-1 and game two 10-4.
Logan Thiex drove in Adin Brei for Bowler’s lone run in game one. Thiex took the loss on the mound, striking out five and allowing just one earned run in the five-inning game.
Five errors left Bowler in a 10-2 hole after two innings in game two. Zach Fehrman had two hits but was also dealt the loss.
Shawano sixth at invite
Behind Kaden Marcell’s 18-hole round of 89, Shawano placed sixth as a team at the Town and Country Invite in Sheboygan on Saturday.
Nick Sherman was second on the Hawks team with a score of 92. Owen Moesch and Andrew Puissant each fired 94s, while Lucas tePlate scored a 96.
Team scores: 1. Howards Grove 314; 2. Union Grove 319; 3. Plymouth 321; 4. Appleton West 332; 5. Palmrya-Eagle 364; 6. Shawano 368; 7. Sheboygan North 369; 8. Sheboygan South 370; 9. Chilton 375; 10. New Holstein 398; 11. Valders 442.