High School Highlights (May 6)

NEW Media Staff


Menominee Indian 13

Marion 11

Menominee Indian used a 10-run fifth inning to rally past Marion in a Central Wisconsin Conference crossover matchup May 6 in Marion. Menominee Indian trailed 8-3 headed into the inning.

George Bruette Jr. led Menominee Indian at the plate with three hits, while Jamison Besaw had two hits and two RBIs and Wendell Waukau Jr. also drove in a pair. Besaw started the game and worked an inning before Waukau Jr. pitched the next three and Bruette Jr. the final three.

Jaden Stuhr had three hits to lead Marion at the plate. Ryan Malueg added two hits and three RBIs, while Carter Goke reached base four times. Alex Zimmerman reached base three times and drove in three runs.

Jay Brei was dealt the loss after coming on in relief of Zimmerman. Malueg and Andy Faehling also pitched for the Mustangs.

Shawano 11

Green Bay East/West 0 (6 inn.)

Shawano eased to a Bay Conference victory over Green Bay East/West May 6 at Joannes Park in Green Bay.

Ashton Henning and Andrew Popp each drove in two runs for Shawano, while Popp also earned the win after striking out five batters over five scoreless innings. Jake Polzin tossed a scoreless sixth inning.

Zac Jurmu scored three runs for the Hawks, while Kaleb Lowney and Popp scored twice each. Lowney had three hits in the contest.

Witt-Birn 12

Iola-Scandinavia 1 (5 inn.)

Wittenberg-Birnamwood pounded out 17 hits to roll to a CWC-East blowout win over Iola-Scandinavia May 6 in Iola.

Ian Salvesen had four hits and scored four runs for Witt-Birn, while Austin Rekow tallied four hits and three RBIs. Mason Meverden drove in a pair on four hits of his own.

Austin Worzalla and Chase Krull each added two RBIs, with Worzalla also scoring three times.

Rekow earned the win after allowing an unearned run on one hit in five innings. He struck out five batters to work around five walks.

Pittsville 3

Bowler 2 (8 inn.)

Bowler was defeated in extra innings of a CWC crossover battle with Pittsville May 6 in Bowler.

Adin Brei and Wylee Dodge each drove in a run for the Panthers. Beau Brunner and Brei had two hits each.

Logan Thiex pitched the first 5 1/3 innings, allowing one run while striking out three. Lane Schultz took the loss after working the final 2 2/3 innings.

Amherst 6

Bonduel 0

Bonduel was limited to two hits in a CWC-East setback to Amherst May 6 in Bonduel. Bears' batters struck out 13 times, and their defense committed seven errors.

Cole Anderson and Brodie Hartmann had the two hits for Bonduel. Anderson was dealt the loss after pitching five innings.

Manawa 10

Gresham 0 (6 inn.)

Gresham suffered a CWC-North loss to Manawa May 6 in Manawa.

Belasaire Vele and Austin Sperberg had Gresham's hits. Lukas Pecore took the loss after allowing three earned runs across five innings.


Marion 18

Menominee Indian 3 (5 inn.)

Marion scored seven times in the second inning and 11 more runs in the third to cruise to a CWC crossover victory over Menominee Indian May 6 in Marion.

Gabriella Wayka had two hits and a RBI for Menominee Indian, while Aniya Peters also drove in a run. Peters pitched the first 2 2/3 innings before Mariah Fish got the final four outs.

Witt-Birn 15

Iola-Scandinavia 11

A 10-run third inning helped Witt-Birn earn a wild CWC-East victory over Iola-Scandinavia May 6 in Iola.

Witt-Birn's Emma Herb hit a grand slam and drove in five runs on two hits, while Abi Fraaza also homered while driving in two and scoring three times.

Jadalynn Davids finished with two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored, while Amara Schoepke, Kaylee Schram and McKenna Foster all scored two runs.

Jasmin Duranceau earned the win in the circle after pitching the entire contest. She only allowed four earned runs after seven Witt-Birn errors.

Pittsville 27

Bowler 1 (4 inn.)

Bowler couldn't slow Pittsville's bats in a CWC crossover matchup May 6 in Bowler.

Shianne Pike drove in Bowler's run in the fourth inning, scoring Bailey Grosskopf. Tia Kroening, Brandi Spencer, McKayla Putnam, Pike and Grosskopf had two hits each.

Putnam, Bertina Dodge and Weengeetah Mohawk all pitched for the Panthers.


Shawano places 3rd at meet

Shawano earned a team score of 167 to place third during a Bay Conference meet May 6 at Crystal Spring Golf Course in Seymour. West De Pere (155) took first and Xavier (163) was second.

Owen Moesch had Shawano's best individual score, firing a nine-hole round of 39. Kaden Marcell shot a 41.

Lucas te Plate (43), Andrew Puissant (44) and Gage Gorman (50) filled out Shawano's five golfer team.


Shawano teams place 3rd at invitational

Shawano’s boys and girls teams each placed third at the Freedom Twilight Invitational May 6 in Freedom. The Shawano boys earned 95 points, behind Freedom (201.5) and Wild Rose (101), while the Shawano girls racked up 80.5 points, behind Freedom (234.5) and Kiel (80.5).

Elliott Lowney won the 400-meter dash in 51.22 seconds, while Gage Timm claimed the top triple jump mark of 42 feet, 3 inches to lead the Shawano boys.

The Shawano girls 4x800 relay team of Odessa Arce, Grace Beyer, Lydia Beyer and Grace Chelberg placed first in 10:12.94.

Full results from the invitational can be found at https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/416952/results.


Seymour 5

Shawano 0

Shawano dropped a Bay Conference match to Seymour May 6 in Shawano.

Seymour scored a pair of goals in the 38th minute before tallying three second-half goals.