HS Sports Recap 5/2
Saint Mary Springs 17 Markesan 0
Ella Guelig and Gracie Konkel combined for a four inning no-hitter while striking out eight. Hitters for Saint Mary Springs Gracie Konkel 3hits, scored four runs,one hit being a triple. Tessa Gitter scored three runs and stole three bases. Aubrey Hafermann two hits,four runs batted in,one of them being a double. Ella Guelig scored two runs, and had two runs batted in. Maddy Wahl had two hits, scored two runs, and had two runs batted in. Jenna Dux had two runs batted in
NFDL 9 Kiel 2
Lauren Stettbacher went 2-3 with 2 rbi including a triple. Natalie Miller and Kylee Wood went 2-4 with 2 rbi each including a homerun for Kylee Wood to lead the Orioles in the win.Natalie Miller pitched a one hitter, walking one, and striking out 10 Kiel batters.
Neenah 6 Fondy 2
Oakfield 12 Lourdes Academy 2
Ripon 3 Lomira 2
Campbellsport 12 Sheboygan Falls 2 Pictures
For the Cougars, Jalen Gellings had 3 hits with a double and a home run, Joey Nerat had 2 hits with a double, and Cole Kaehne added 2 hits. Tyler Wolff led Sheboygan Falls with 2 hits.
Mayville 9 NFDL 4
Lomira 6 Berlin 4
Plymouth 3 Fondy 0
Jessica Ruch: “Best team we’ve faced so far this season in #2 Division 3 Plymouth. We played our best towards the end of the 1st half and beginning of 2nd half. Began to connect passes and get momentum going forward. Great play tonight in Rachel Cederholm, Gillian Schwartz, and Delaney Sponholz. Olivia Dilling made 8 saves.”
CWC 3 Ozaukee 1
Paul Stuebs: “CWC started the game strong with a goal by Shelby Buwalda in the 13th minute assisted by Tabitha Buwalda. Ozaukee scored in the 51st minute to tie the game up. CWC came back in the 62′ with a goal scored by Shelby Buwalda to make the score 2-1. In the 65′ Leslie Schreier scored a goal to make the score 3-1. The goal was assisted by Shelby Buwalda. Mary Doughty for the Crusaders had 6 saves in the game. Next up, Crusaders get a re-match against Columbus on Thursday at 3:30pm. The previous match between the teams was a 0-0 draw a few weeks ago in Columbus.”