HS Sports Recap 4/25
Fondy 0 Winneconne 0
Coach Ruch: “We had some girls play some bigger minutes for us and it was good to see them out there competing. What we’ve been working on in practice is beginning to transition into game play. Our defense did a much better job staying compact and communicating within one another. I’d like to recognize the play of Brooklyn Wood, McKayla Blaine, Ari Rademann, and Zoey Goeckerman.”
Kiel 5 WLA 0
13:30 Abby Moore, 24:15 Abby Moore, 47:41 Taylor Schad, 67:20 Abby Moore, 67:51 Sage August
Lydia Bernhard had five saves for WLA and Avery Jahnke had four saves for WLA.
Coach Haag: “Kiel is ranked #2 in the state and they showed why. They are an outstanding team and we were chasing the game all day. But our players fought hard and hopefully we were strengthened for some big games we have coming up this week.”
Oakfield 16 Montello 0, Oakfield 15 Montello 0
NFDL 10 Plymouth 0
Lauren Stettbacher and Natalie Miller each had 2 hits and Kaitlyn Retzlaff had 2 rbi for the Orioles in the win. Natalie Miller pitched a complete game 2 hit shutout striking out 7 Plymouth batters.
WLA 6 Laconia 5
Coach Westphal: “Down 5-1 after four and one-half innings, WLA scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to close the gap to 5-3. After a scoreless sixth inning, the Vikings scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh for the walk-off win. In the bottom of the seventh, Amber Johnson, Kiara Shea, and Maddie Loehr all singled before Alea Anhalt hit a two run double to tie the game. Makayla Carey followed that with a game winning single. Natalee Boelk notched the victory for the Vikings, giving up three earned runs while walking five and striking out four. Laconia was led by Dakya Kemnitz who had two hits, including a triple, and Emma Bohn who doubled and had two RBIs. For WLA, Carey had two hits and Shea had three hits, while scoring three runs. Anhalt also had three hits, including two doubles and three RBIs.”
Laconia 4 WLA 2
Fondy 10 Waukesha S 5