Southern Door 11, Sturgeon Bay 1
Southern Door erupted for seven runs in the third inning and went on to defeat Sturgeon Bay 11-1 in a Packerland Conference softball game Tuesday.
Grace LeGrave and Kylie Neinas each had two hits for the Eagles. Tehya Bertrand scored three runs and LeGrave and Lexi Wery each scored two runs. Wery was the winning pitcher.
Katie Frank, Koko Hartzell, Melissa Moxon and Alexis McCarthy each had a hit for the Clippers. Pitchers Sierra Arneman and Bree Rivera allowed nine hits and struck out two batters.
Peshtigo 7, Gibraltar 1
Host Peshtigo knocked off Gibraltar 7-1 in a Packerland Conference baseball game Tuesday.
Luke Steebs was 2 for 3 with an RBI for the Vikings. Trevor Reinhardt and Brandon Stillman each had a hit. Reinhardt struck out nine and walked only one batter in six innings of work.
Oconto blanked Sevastopol 9-0 in a Packerland Conference softball game Tuesday.
Karley Schram was 2 for 3 for the Pioneers. Pitcher Allison Daubner allowed five earned runs.
Sturgeon Bay 6, Southern Door 2
Five singles led to four first-inning runs for the Clippers. Isaac Berkley, Trent Ehlers and Mitchell Jackson each had two hits for the Clippers.
Ehlers was the winning pitcher. He allowed two hits, struck out 11 and walked only two batters in 5 ⅔ innings.
Tyler Kroll had two hits for Southern Door.
The Clippers improved to 6-1 overall and 3-0 in the Packerland Conference.
Sevastopol 14, Oconto 6
Ethan Kroll and Jaden Sawyer each had three hits for Sevastopol. Sawyer, Jack de Young and Caleb Malvitz each had two RBIs, and Pollman and Kroll each scored three runs.
Pollman was the winning pitcher. He allowed two hits and one earned run and walked one batter in four innings of work.
Sturgeon Bay 5, Marinette 2
A hat trick from Anna Fischer led the Sturgeon Bay girls soccer to a 5-2 non-conference win over Marinette Tuesday.
Miranda Olson and Ella Pinkert each added a goal for the Clippers, who picked up their first win of the season. Goalkeeper McKenna Gibson made two saves.
“Tonight we found our groove passing, making our attack more effective,” Sturgeon Bay coach Bob Desotelle said. “Defensively, allowing only four shots on goal was impressive. Anna had a fantastic night at forward and defenders Georgia Feldman and Gracen Spritka played very well.”
The Clippers open Packerland Conference action Thursday at Green Bay NEW Lutheran.
Monday, April 15
Wrightstown 14, Sturgeon Bay 4
The Clippers (5-1 overall and 2-0 in the Packerland Conference) took a 3-0 lead after the first inning, only to see the Tigers respond with four in their half of the first inning. The Tigers scored in every inning.
Winning pitcher Mitchell Eiting held the Clippers to four singles. Max Bordeau was the losing pitcher.