Southern Door 14, Sevastopol 0
Southern Door blanked Sevastopol 14-0 in a five inning Packerland Conference softball matchup Saturday.
Winning pitcher Grace LeGrave tossed a three-hitter and struck out five batters. LeGrave, Teyha Bertrand and Kylie Nienas each had three hits. Neinas had four RBIs, Bertrand had three and LeGrave added two.
Allison Daubner had two hits for Sevastopol.
Kewaunee 6, Sturgeon Bay 5
Kewaunee scored five runs in the second inning and held on to defeat Sturgeon Bay 6-5 in Packerland Conference baseball action Friday.
The Clippers pulled within one run in the seventh inning and had the tying run on base when Kewaunee recorded the last out.
Sturgeon Bay’s Max Bordeau had three hits and scored three runs. Andrew Carbajal, Jake Schneider and Mitch Jackson each had two hits.
Southern Door 9, Sevastopol 3
Southern Door stopped Sevastopol 9-3 in a Packerland Conference matchup Saturday.
Logan Jeanquart was 2 for 5, including a home run and had two RBIs for the Eagles. Charlie Neines pitched five innings to pick up the win, struck out four and walked one.
Ethan Kroll had three hits for the Pioneers. Robby Pollman pitched four innings, struck out three and allowed two earned runs.
Track and Field
The Sevastopol girls track team placed third at the Luxemburg-Casco Spartan Invitational Thursday.
Two Rivers won the team title with 124.5 points and edged the host Spartans who finished with 124.16 points. Sheboygan Falls was third with 110.5 points and the Pioneers were next with 74.
Zoe Kuehn won the triple jump with a leap of 33 feet, 11 inches that broke the school record set in 1992. Olivia Stenzel won the 800-meter run and teamed up with Kuehn, Mya Ploor and Liz Fiscus to win the 4×800-meter relay. Laci Lautenbach won the high jump with a personal-best leap of 5-1.
Kyle Carlson led a 27-point performance by the boys team with a second-place finish in the 1,600-meter run (4:56) and finishing third in the 800-meter run. Kiegan Sargent was second in the long jump with a leap of 20-11. Scott Andreae and Sam Able each turned in personal records in the 1,600-meter run.