Bonduel, Pulaski split separate DHs

April 13

Freedom 6, Bonduel 4

Bonduel 6, Crivitz 1

Bonduel went 1-1 at a triangular event in Crivitz, first losing 6-4 to Freedom but then defeating their host 6-1.

Against Crivitz, Cade Johnson hit 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI, and Kody Schroeder hit 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs.

Noah Weier also hit a double. Also collecting RBIs were Charlie Tauchen and Colin Margelofsky.

Tauchen was the winning pitcher, giving up one run in six innings and striking out five.

Freedom jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the top half of the first inning, and the Bears couldn’t overcome the deficit.

Freedom got a strikeout with a man on in the seventh to win the game.

Margelofsky and Weier each had two hits, with Weier smacking a double.

Karson Stoss, Easton Reinke, Weier and Margelofsky each had an RBI.

Beckett Hartlaben was the losing pitcher for the Bears.

Florence 16, Gresham 1

Gresham lost 16-1 in a non-conference game against Florence in Gillett.

Florence 10, Gillett/Suring 2

Florence scored 10 runs in four innings to defeat Gillett/Suring 10-2 in Gillett.

Notre Dame 2, Pulaski 0

Pulaski 7, Notre Dame 0

Pulaski and Notre Dame De La Baie Academy shut each other out in a Fox River Classic Conference doubleheader.

Notre Dame won the opener 2-0, but Pulaski won the second game 7-0.

April 12

Oconto Falls 11, Peshtigo 1

Oconto Falls had a great day at the plate, downing Peshtigo 11-1.

Easton Engel hit 3-for-4, scored twice and had two RBIs. Cole Bozile also went 3-for-4 and scored three times. Chase Carriveau hit 2-for-3, scored once and had one RBI. Hunter Bozile scored once and had an RBI.

Trace Brehmer pitched all five innings in the win. He allowed one hit and one run, while striking out 10.

Shawano 14, Green Bay East/West 0

Shawano jumped on the board quickly against Green Bay East/West and kept the pressure on in a 14-0 win.

The Hawks scored three times in the first inning, five times in the second inning and another six in the third.

Tom Keszo lead the Hawks at the plate going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs. Warner Beyer, Pete Bruette and Carsen Herm also had two hits each.

Dylan Hodkiewicz took the win on the mound.

Port Edwards 13, Tigerton 12

Tigerton and Port Edwards locked horns for a high-scoring game, but in the end, the Tigers lost 13-12.