High School Highlights

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Crivitz 19

Gillett/Suring 4

Senior first baseman Lane Hischke had two hits and drove in one run as Gillett/Suring lost at home Monday in five innings.

Ethan Hill, Sean Krueger, Josh Reed and Cody Smith all scored runs for the Hornets (0-7, 0-3 Marinette & Oconto Conference).

Ethan Hischke allowed seven earned runs in three innings while walking three and striking out four. Sean Krueger then allowed nine runs, none earned, over the next 1 2/3 innings.

Wausaukee 8

Gillett/Suring 3

Cody Smith had three hits, two RBIs and a run scored as Gillett/Suring lost at home Thursday.

Smith also pitched five innings, allowing eight hits and eight runs. He struck out seven and walked five for the Hornets (0-6, 0-2 Marinette & Oconto Conference).

Ethan Hischke came in and threw the final two innings, striking out three batters.

Freedom 3

Oconto Falls 1

Sam Virtues drove in Oconto Falls’ only run on a double in the fourth inning of a home loss April 11.

Mason Sefcik threw 5 1/3 innings, allowing seven hits and one earned run. He struck out six for the Panthers (2-3, 1-2 North Eastern Conference).

Cliff Yuma entered in relief, striking out two and walking one in nearly two innings of work.

Tigerton 6

Gillett/Suring 5

Tigerton’s Austin Hoffman singled in Travis Marquardt for the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh innings as Gillett/Suring lost on the road on April 11.

Cody Smith had three hits, as did Lane Hischke, and Sean Krueger added two hits for the Hornets (0-5, 0-1 Marinette & Oconto Conference).

Hischke drove in three runs for Gillett/Suring.


Gillett/Suring 17

Crivitz 3

Junior Willow Pecha recorded four hits, four runs and three RBIs as Gillett/Suring won at home in five innings Monday.

Pecha threw all five innings, giving up three earned runs on five hits and three walks. She struck out five for the Hornets (3-4, 1-2 Marinette & Oconto Conference).

Greta Sleeter drove in four runs, and Myranda Pratsch and Taylor Yonker each scored three times for Gillett/Suring.

Wausaukee 8

Gillett/Suring 3

Freshman Sydney Young had two RBIs as Gillett/Suring lost Thursday’s home game.

Young pitched all seven innings, striking out 10 batters and walking two for the Hornets (2-4, 0-2 Marinette & Oconto Conference).

A seven-run third inning was all the Rangers needed to pull away.


Gillett girls 2nd at Lena

Victoria Elertson won the 300 hurdles in 55.42 seconds, as well as taking second in the 100 hurdles (19.18), as the Gillett girls posted 88 points in the Lena quadrangular Thursday, good for second place.

Peshtigo won the girls meet. Lena finished fifth.

Grace Wickman won the discus (84 feet, 7 inches) and took second in the 400 (1:12).

Lena took third in the boys meet, led by Jacob Anderley, who was second in the discus (113-4). Gillett finished fourth. Peshtigo and Coleman finished first and second, respectively.

Tigers win both titles at home meet

Adam Anderson won the 1,600-meter run (5 minutes, 17 seconds) and the 800 (2:23) as the Gillett boys track team won its home triangular April 11.

Aaron Reimers in the 400 (56 seconds) and Tyler Lockstein in the 200 (27.06) were the only other Tigers to win individual events.

Lena finished in second.

In the girls meet, Kathy Bierhals won the high jump (4-0), 400 (1:07) and 200 (30.35) as the Gillett girls track team also placed first. Crivitz took second and Lena finished third.

Falls girls 2nd at Marinette quad

Diane Moore won the 100 hurdles (17.03) seconds, 300 hurdles (50.11) and triple jump (34 feet, 1 3/4 inches) as the Oconto Falls girls took second at the Marinette quadrangular April 11.

Rickaela Ludwig won the high jump (4-8), and Breanna Sadowski won the 800 (2:42.35). The Panthers took second, behind Marinette.

In the boys meet, Aaron Kurth won the 400 (53.35) and Evan Konitzer won the 3,200 (10:40) for the Panthers. The 3,200 relay team of Konitzer, Justan Konitzer, Brody Schindel and Noah Kokko-Ludemann won in 9:18.92.

Luxemburg-Casco won the boys meet.


Falls finishes 4th at L-C meet

Vince Norling recorded a round of 43, with teammate Austin Wolf (49) also shooting below 50, as Oconto Falls finished fourth at Monday’s North Eastern Conference mini-meet at NorthBrook Country Club.

Ryan Morris and Clayton Rathsack posted rounds of 51 and 52, respectively, as Oconto Falls finished at 195.

Marinette (169) won the meet. Freedom’s Garrison Murphy was the medalist with a round of 38.

Panthers 5th at first NEC mini meet

Led by Clayton Rathsack’s round of 50, Oconto Falls posted a score of 209 to take fifth at Thursday’s North Eastern Conference mini-meet at Little River Country Club.

Vince Norling and Adam Wolf each tallied rounds of 52, and Ryan Morris rounded out the scoring with a 55.

Dakota Langlois (36), of Marinette, was the medalist, and the Marines won with a team score of 161.