Here are Tuesday’s high school sports results for the Appleton area


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SOFTBALL

Hortonville 9, Appleton East 7

HORTONVILLE – The Polar Bears scored six runs in the fourth inning to go ahead 8-0 and then withstood a six-run seventh inning by the Patriots for the Fox Valley Association win.

Hannah Meshnick had two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs for Hortonville. Maggie Werner also had two hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs. Bridget Moen and Tavia Schmidt added two hits apiece.

Mackenzie Langan pitched a complete game for Hortonville. She allowed eight hits, one earned run and struck out eight.

Gwen Hendrick had two hits and three RBIs for Appleton East. Clare Rettler had two hits and an RBI.

Appleton East 8, Appleton West 3

APPLETON – The Patriots snapped a 1-1 tie with a three-run third inning and went on to defeat the Terrors.

Clare Rettler and Serena Timmer both had three hits for Appleton East. Rettler scored three times. Timmer scored twice and drove in two runs. Brynn Diener added two hits and two RBIs, while Halli Swick had two hits.

Sarah Hammerton had four hits for Appleton West. Reese Leonard had three hits.

Haley Verhagen pitched a complete game and got the win for Appleton East.

Lily Hurley took the loss for Appleton West.

Fond du Lac 6, Appleton North 1

APPLETON – Susan Vokes pitched the Cardinals to the win and also hit a home run in the victory over the Lightning.

Vokes pitched six innings, allowed four hits, walked two and struck out six. She was 2-for-4 at the plate.

Kaelyn Berner was 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs for Fond du Lac. Hanna Boelk was 2-for-2 with an RBI, and Millie Kumbier also had two hits.

Freedom 11, Clintonville 1

FREEDOM – The Irish scored five times in both the second and third innings in the win over the Truckers.

Rachel Koss drove in two runs for Freedom, while Rylie Murphy drove in two. Sadie Jarmolowicz had two hits.

Naleyah Bork allowed one unearned run on two hits while striking out 10 for Freedom.

Carolyn Sasse took the loss for Clintonville.

Freedom 6, West De Pere 4

FREEDOM – The Irish notched 13 hits and scored twice in the first, third and fifth innings to defeat the Phantoms.

Rylie Murphy and Rachel Koss both had three hits for Freedom. Koss scored three times and drove in two. Murphy scored twice. Sadie Jarmolowicz had two hits and drove in two runs.

Megan Burns had three hits for West De Pere and Nevaeh Wagendorf had two hits.

Peyton Vande Loo pitched a complete game and got the win for Freedom.

Wagendorf took the loss for West De Pere.

Winneconne 15, Waupun 0

WINNECONNE – Norah Kutnink, Jordan Biesinger and Abby Jennerman each had three hits to lead the Wolves to the win over the Warriors.

Kutnink scored three runs, Biesinger drove in three runs, Maddox Stille had two hits with a home run and drove in three runs, and Macey Clark drove in two runs for Winneconne.

Clark pitched four innings of one-hit ball to get the win. She walked one and struck out nine.

McKenzie Engebregtsen took the loss for Waupun.

Kewaunee 11, St. Mary Catholic 1

KEWAUNEE – The Storm broke open the game with six runs in the second inning and added five in the fourth inning in their win over the Zephyrs.

MyKenzi Uhlers had a double, scored twice and had an RBI for Kewaunee. Emily Todd scored twice and drove in a run. Hannah Morton had two hits and scored twice.

Jenna Rohr struck out 10 while allowing no hits, one walk and one unearned run to get the win in the circle.

Nevaeh Saringer took the loss for St. Mary Catholic.

Brillion 15, Manitowoc Lutheran 4

MANITOWOC – The Lions broke a 1-1 tie with a rally in the fourth inning to defeat the Lancers.

Manitowoc Lutheran had 11 hits, including two each by Aubry Schleis, Jenna Lischka, Sam Siehr and Maddie Franz.

St. Mary Catholic 9, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 3

FOX CROSSING – The Zephyrs scored four runs in the third inning and three in the fourth to take control Monday.

Allie Strande and Jaylyn Akey each had two hits for SMC (6-8 overall, 6-4 Big East). Nevaeh Saringer had two RBIs, Emily Vogel scored three runs, and Rhiannon Reichenbacher and Kenzie Hayes each scored two runs.

Saringer was the winning pitcher. She pitched a complete game, allowed eight hits, one earned run and struck out seven.

Lexi Miller, Abby Tegen, Alyssa Tegen and Kaitlyn Henschel each had two hits for the Resorters. Miller and Alyssa Tegen each hit a double.

Menasha 9, De Pere 8

MENASHA – The Bluejays scored four runs with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally for the nonconference win Monday after the Redbirds had scored six runs in the top of the seventh to go ahead 8-5.

Maddie Zaves scored on a single by Taylor Papendorf, then Karly Helf singled with the bases loaded to score two runs and the winning run came in on an overthrow after Helf’s hit.

Helf finished with two hits and three RBIs. Kelsie Mohr had two RBIs, while Kylie Van De Loo, Zaves, Papendorf and Kiara Smith also had two hits.

Julianne Bradford and Marissa Destache drove in two runs each for De Pere.

BASEBALL

Hortonville 8, Appleton North 2

HORTONVILLE – The Polar Bears scored three runs in the second inning and three in the third to take control in the Fox Valley Association win over the Lightning.

Sam Dodd pitched a complete game for the win. He allowed five hits and struck out 10.

Easton Plachetka had two hits (both doubles), two RBIs and scored three runs for Hortonville. Ethan Peters also drove in three runs, while Nathan Vela, Kolden Hunter and Jack Coenen each had two hits.

Neenah 2, Oshkosh North 1

NEENAH – Jaeden Carstens was the winning pitcher for the Rockets, allowing one hit and zero runs over five innings while striking out eight in the win over the Spartans.

Elliot Swanson and Matthew Stuczynski entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the win in relief. Stuczynski recorded the last three outs to earn the save.

Brady Corso, Max Medrano, Payton Miller, Evan Paque and Ethan Van Dyke all had one hit to lead Neenah.

Jeramiah Housworth led Oshkosh North with two hits in three at-bats.

Max Bittner took the loss for Oshkosh North. He surrendered two runs on three hits over three innings, striking out four.

De Pere 3, Menasha 1

DE PERE – The Redbirds improved to 13-4 overall with the nonconference win over the Bluejays.

De Pere was held scoreless until the fifth inning, when Quinn Falish hit a sacrifice fly to score Vaughn Martens after he singled.

Tied 1-1 in the sixth, Garrett Foth walked to open the inning and later scored when Luke Brosig reached on an error. Bryson Webb ended the scoring when he drove in Brosig on a single to left field.

Mason Stecker started for the Redbirds, pitching the first 4⅓ innings and allowing three hits and three strikeouts. Patrick Rotherham earned the win pitching 1⅔ innings. Caleb Dietsche earned the save pitching the final inning.

Menasha scored when AJ Korth singled, stole second and third base and was driven home on a single by Bryce Duszak.

Chilton 10, Sheboygan Falls 0

CHILTON – Max Mueller pitched a one-hitter as the Tigers claimed their second consecutive conference championship.

Mueller struck out 11 and walked only one in the shutout.

Zac Halbach had two hits and four RBIs, Mueller had three hits, and Hunter Rolbiecki, Ryan Pierquet and Mitchell Schwobe also had two hits each. Schwobe hit a triple.

Seymour 5, New London 0

NEW LONDON – Ty Schaumberg pitched a complete game, allowing just three hits to lead the Thunder to the win over the Bulldogs.

Schaumberg walked none and struck out three for Seymour.

Mason Pautz had three hits for Seymour, while William DeBruin, Ethan Volz and Schaumberg each had two hits. Pautz and Jacob Vannett hit doubles, and DeBruin had a triple.

Jackson Fields took the loss for New London.

Wrightstown 6, Gibraltar/Washington Island 3

WRIGHTSTOWN – The Tigers scored three runs in the first inning and led 5-0 after three innings in the nonconference win.

Nathan Hansen had two hits and two RBIs for the Tigers. Quade Thompson added two hits, both doubles, and had an RBI.

Preston Winkler pitched 6⅓ innings for the win. He allowed six hits, three runs (one earned) and struck out five.

Rylan Caldecott and Sam Lindenberg each had two hits for Gibraltar/Washington Island.

St. Mary Catholic 7, Reedsville 1

REEDSVILLE – The Zephyrs scored four times in the seventh inning to break open their game with the Panthers.

Noah Bublitz had a double, a home run, scored twice and drove in two runs for St. Mary Catholic. Matthew Betchner also drove in two runs.

Blake Delsman had two hits for Reedsville. Karson Schenian had a double.

Fisher Mackenzie pitched 6⅔ innings to get the win.

Schenian took the loss for Reedsville.

GIRLS SOCCER

St. Mary Catholic 2, St. Mary’s Springs 2

FOND DU LAC – Anna Willis scored two goals for the Ledgers and Audrey Wanless scored two goals for the Zephyrs, with all the goals coming in the second half of the draw.

Greta Norville had seven saves for St. Mary Catholic.

Rivkah Oberg had four saves for St. Mary’s Springs.

Marinette 3, Freedom 2

FREEDOM – Chloe Seymour scored two goals, and Sierra Schreiner added one goal and an assist for the Marines in the North Eastern Conference win.

Josie Smerchek and Maddie Baumann each added an assist for Marinette.

Casey Jensen had 25 saves in goal for Marinette.

Luxemburg-Casco 5, Waupaca 0

LUXEMBURG – Lydia Morozov scored two goals and had an assist for the Spartans in the victory.

Heather Iverson and Cadence Trimberger each had a goal and an assist, and Haley Paye also scored for the Spartans.

Tabi Lemens made four saves to secure the shutout.

BOYS GOLF

Appleton North 159, Appleton West 168

At Winagamie, par 36

Appleton North: Rasmus Madsen 36, Brendan Lemery 39, Kyle Schabo 40, Dane Heindel 44.

Appleton West: Collin Evers 39, Prestyn Evers 41, Lucas Burry 44, Jack Blair 44.

Varsity high school coaches or their statisticians should email results to [email protected]

This article originally appeared on Appleton Post-Crescent: Here are Tuesday’s high school sports results for the Appleton area



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