Peshtigo 7, Gibraltar 6
Gibraltar 14, Peshtigo 4
Peshtigo and Gibraltar split a pair of Packerland Conference baseball games Saturday. Peshtigo won the first game 7-6, but Gibraltar rebounded to win the second game 14-4 in six innings.
In the opener Alex Lauglin had a pair of hits and an RBI for the Vikings. Andras Szakala had two RBI, and Brandon Stillman, Spencer Krause and Dominic Krauel each had one RBI.
Gibraltar’s Trevor Reinhardt was 3 for 4 with two RBIs in the second game. Griffin Reinhardt had three hits and an RBI, and Luke Steebs had two RBIs. Winning pitcher Trevor Reinhardt struck out seven batters.
Sturgeon Bay 15, Southern Door 3
In other Packerland Conference action, Sturgeon Bay defeated Southern Door 15-3 in six innings.
Max Bordeau hit a pair of two-run home runs to pace the Clippers’ offense. Ryan Jacobson, Trent Ehlers and Jake Schneider each had two hits. Schneider, who retired the last 15 batters to pick up the win, struck out seven and walked one.
Sturgeon Bay improved to 14-6 overall and 11-3 in conference play.
Oconto 11, Sevastopol 0
Oconto blanked Sevastopol 11-0 in a five-inning Packerland Conference softball matchup Saturday.
Allison Daubner was 2 for 3 and Karley Schram and Sam Differt each had a hit.
Southern Door 15, NEW 0
Southern Door improved to 16-2 with a 15-0 win over Green Bay NEW Lutheran.
Grace LeGrave was 3 for 3 with two triples, and Tehya Bertrand was 2 for 2 with a triple and three RBIs. LeGrave tossed a three-hit shutout with six strikeouts.
The Eagles are 13-1 in conference play.
Southern Door 5, Peshtigo 3
Southern Door defeated Peshtigo 5-3 in a Packerland Conference softball game Friday.
Kendra Dantoin, Jackie Atkins and Melanie Watters each had two hits. Watters and Dantoin had two RBIs. Winning pitcher Lexi Wery allowed one earned run and struck out five.
Sturgeon Bay 15, Algoma 1
Sturgeon Bay 2, Algoma 0
Sturgeon Bay swept Algoma 15-1 and 2-0 in Packerland Conference baseball action Friday.
The Clippers put the opener away with eight runs the second inning, highlighted by a home run from Max Bordeau. Ryan Jacobson, Reece Nellis, Isaac Berkley, Mitch Jackson and Jake Schneider each had multiple-hit games. Jackson allowed one run and scattered six hits.
Berkley tossed a two-hit shutout and struck out 10 batters in the second game. Berkley provided a late insurance run with an RBI triple.