Sevastopol’s Robby Pollman tossed a no-hitter in the Pioneers’ 12-0, five-inning win over Algoma in a Packerland Conference baseball matchup Monday, April 22..
Pollman faced 17 batters, struck out nine and walked three on 76 pitches.
“At about the third inning I knew I was pitching well,” said Pollman, who said he threw a couple of no-hitters while playing Cal Ripken League baseball. “I felt I could keep the no-hitter going.”
Pollman helped himself out with two RBIs. Jacob Pfleiger, Jaden Sawyer and Ethan Kroll each had two hits. Nathan Stenzel had three RBIs and Jack De Young added an RBI.
In a conference rematch Thursday, Algoma defeated Sevastopol 4-2.
Pollman had two hits and Sawyer had an RBI. De Young pitched five innings and struck out two batters.
Sturgeon Bay 4, Kewaunee 0
Madison Starr scored three goals to lead Sturgeon Bay to a 4-0 win over Kewaunee in a Packerland Conference girls soccer match Thursday, April 25.
Starr scored in the first minute and added two more goals in the first half to give the Clippers a 3-0 lead at halftime. Anna Fischer closed out the scoring with a goal early in the second half. Goalkeeper McKenna Gibson made one save.
“This was a nice win for our team,” Clippers coach Bob Desotelle said. “We were able to give our young players some minutes tonight.”
Sturgeon Bay travels to Elkhart Lake Glenbulah Monday.
Gibraltar 3, NEW Lutheran 0
Gibraltar blanked Green Bay New Lutheran 3-0 in a Packerland Conference girls soccer match Thursday.
Molly Banks scored the winning goal in the 40th minute. Reetika Jandu scored in the 83rd minute and Banks added another goal shortly before the game ended. Stephanie Beemann recorded her first shutout of the season.
“[Our] defense and midfield played fantastic,” Gibraltar coach Chad Andreae said. “It was a tremendous team effort and a great start to Packerland play.”
The Sturgeon Bay boys track team placed second at the 68th Annual Oconto Falls Invitational Thursday.
The Clippers’ girls team placed third.
DJ Reichel placed first in the 1,600-meter run, DJ Lenius won the 110-meter hurdles and Fletcher Hubbard won the long jump with a personal-best leap of 19 feet, 4.25 inches.
Second place finishers
DJ Reichel – 800-meter ru
nDJ Lenius – 300-meter hurdles
Hubbard – triple jump
Frank Pudlo – pole vault
Third place medal winners include:
Fletcher Hubbard – 110-meter high hurdles and 300-meter hurdles
Ian Johanski – high jump
Gordon Hodges – pole vault
The girls 4×100-meter relay team of Emily Tess, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy and Alysha Nelson placed first with a season-record time of 55.79 seconds.
Second place finishers
Nelson – 100-meter dash
Brenna Zuehlke – discus
Third place finishers
Nalani Bicoy – 3200-meter run
Hannah Sternard – long jump
Hailey DeGrave, Morgan Reinhardt, Kenzye Hasenjager and Hailey Riechers – 4×400-meter relay.
Southern Door defeated Two Rivers 6-3 in a non conference softball game Friday.
Kylie Neinas had two hits and two RBIs and Grace LeGrave scored three runs.
Lexi Wery picked up the pitching win, allowed three hits and struck out seven in five innings. LeGrave picked up the save.