HS Sports Recap 4/26


Fondy 2 Neenah 0

Campbellsport 13 Springs 1

Jalen Gellings got the win for the Cougars and added 3 hits with a double and a home run.  Cullen Beisbier had 3 hits with a double, and Garrett Roehl had 3 hits.  Sam Baker, Jonathan Korb, and Jacob Holmes had hits for Springs.

Oakfield 13 CWC 0

Mayville 11 Laconia 6


Fondy 15 Appleton N 0

Fond du Lac Hitting: Allie Brandner 3-3 2R 2B 3B 2RBI, Millie Kumbier 3-3 2 2RBI, Kaelyn Berner 3-3 3R 2RBI, Jenna Guelig 2-3 R RBI, Susan Vokes 2-4 R RBI, Rachel Abel 3-3 RBI
Appleton North Pitching:
Nissen 4inn 12H 3BB 13R 
Appleton North Hitting: Nissen 1-3 SB 

Lomira 15 Omro 0

Winning Pitcher Lomira: Buske 4ip, 1h, 5bb, 9k

Losing Pitcher: Buelen 4ip, 10er, 4k, 6bb
Leading Hitters Lomira: Sitzberger 3×3, 2 2b 4rbi, 2r; Paulsberg 2×3, 2 2b, 2r; Buske 2b, 2r, rbi; Hannam 3b, rbi, 2r, Frea 2b, rbi, 2r; Bloohm 2b, r

Leading Hitter Omro Derleth 3b


Amber Johnson led WLA with 4 hits, Brooklin Kingsland 3 hits, Abby Cole and Alea Anhault  each had 2 hits. Maddie Loehr had 3 rbi for WLA. NFDL was led by Lauren Stettbacher going 4-4. Bree Rock,  Natalie Miller, Abby Miller and Lucy Hughes each had 2 hits for NFDL. Natalee Boelk was the winning pitcher.  Natalie Miller took the loss.

Campbellsport 8 Springs 0

Campbellsport leading hitters were Carissa Heisdorf two hits one being a double, Kensley Homuth two hits, Maia Morgan two hits, Brooke Flitter two hits, Eva Sipple two RBIs, and Morgan Yahr two RBIs.  Campbellsport pitcher Brooke Flitter 7 innings, 5hits, 5walks, and 13 strikeouts.

Saint Mary Springs leading hitters were Gracie Konkel two hits and two stolen bases and Maddy Wahl two hits one of them being a double. Saint Mary Springs pitcher Ella Guelig six innings, 10 hits, one walk, and two strikeout.

Ripon 6 Waupon 2


Fondy 8 Hortonville 0

Goals: Brooklyn Wood (3), Ari Rademann (2), Francesca Parker, Delaney Sponholz, Hateya Zehren
Assists: McKayla Blaine (2), Kate Sabish

Coach Ruch: “Great team effort. Was great to see some team members get big minutes and see Varsity firsts of goals or assists.” 

WLA 2 Springs 0

13:46 Ava Lorenz74:24 Mackenzie Rockow, assist by Ava Lorenz
Lydia Bernhard had four saves for WLA

Coach Haag: “This was a huge conference win for us.  We know the Ledgers are a great team and one of the main contenders for the conference title.  Ava had a beautiful first goal and then was able to combine with Mackenzie for the insurance goal late.  Our girls really fought hard all game long and came away with a well-deserved win.  Our defense of Ella Biertzer, Ella Borgwardt, Siri Kuske, Mara Trewin and Aaleigha Monroe did a great job of preventing good opportunities so that we were able to get the clean sheet.”