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Here are Tuesday’s high school sports results for the Appleton area

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Fox Valley Association Championships (update)

FOND DU LAC – Kaukauna has been awarded its first-ever Fox Valley Association boys track and field championship due to a correctable scoring error discovered following Monday’s conference meet.

Initial team results had Kimberly winning its eighth consecutive boys championship by a half-point over Kaukauna. However, the Kimberly coaches discovered that a scoring tiebreaker in the long jump was not applied and alerted meet officials.

Three competitors, including one from Kimberly and one from Kaukauna, had the same distance for their longest jump and were initially scored as tied for fourth place. However, rules state that, in case of a tie, the competitors should be scored in order of their second-longest jump. The Kaukauna athlete had the second-longest jump to earn fourth place and an additional team point. The error was realized within the allowable time for a change to be made to the official results.

With the tiebreaker accurately applied, Kaukauna finished with 128.5 team points and Kimberly placed second with 127 points.

East Central Conference Championships

PLYMOUTH – Winneconne won the boys team title with 212 points, while Kettle Moraine Lutheran scored 165 points to win the girls meet.

Winneconne’s Cody McLeod took first in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes with times of :10.98, :22.41 and :50.06, respectively. Teammate Grant Wenzelow won the 1,600 and 3,200 with times of 4:36.63 and 10:10.11.

Wenzelow was also part of Winneconne’s winning 3,200 relay team along with Beau Gilbert, Silas Sarbo and Reid Cross, taking first with a time of 8:26.09.

Ethan Mathe and Jack Quigley were both part of two winning Winneconne relay teams. Mathe and Quigley teamed with Brady Immel and Brock Robinson to win the 400-meter relay with a time of :45.59 and teamed with Bryce Jones and Koltyn Kachur to win the 800 relay in 1:35.58.

In the girls meet, Sophie Yetter won a trio of races for Winneconne, taking first in the 800 in 2:22.34, the 1,600 in 5:13.77 and the 3,200 in 11:59.25.



Event winners

100: Cody McLeod WIN :10.98. 200: Cody McLeod WIN :22.41. 400: Cody McLeod WIN :50.06. 800: Vicente Beltran RIP 2:05.73. 1,600: Grant Wenzelow WIN 4:36.63. 3,200: Grant Wenzelow WIN 10:10.11. 110H: Bruce Penfield KEW :16.57. 300H: Kyler Sanders WAU :42.73. 400R: Winneconne (Brady Immel, Brock Robinson, Ethan Mathe, Jack Quigley) :45.59. 800R: Winneconne (Ethan Mathe, Bryce Jones, Koltyn Kachur, Jack Quigley) 1:35.58. 1,600R: (Wyatt Herzog, Dustin Humphrey, Carter Schmitz, Adam Bindl) 3:37.56. 3,200R: Winneconne (Beau Gilbert, Silas Sarbo, Grant Wenzelow, Reid Cross) 8:26.09. Shot: Hudson Samolinski WIN 51-3. D: Edi Mella PLY 159-6. HJ: Jack Jacquat PLY 6-1. PV: Brandyn Beahm RIP 14-0. LJ: Zeb Schermacher PLY 19-8.25. TJ: Dean McAllister BER 40-5.5.



Event winners

100: Jacy Krueger WAU :12.96. 200: Sydney Falkowski KML :26.36. 400: Sydney Falkowski KML :59.27. 800: Sophie Yetter WIN 2:22.34. 1,600: Sophie Yetter WIN 5:13.77. 3,200: Sophie Yetter WIN 11:59.25. 100H: Katrina Reinhart WAU :15.79. 300H: Leanah Schlatter WAU :48.35. 400R: Waupun (Michielah Borchardt, Jacy Krueger, Naomi Kelly, Lydia Aalsma) :53.52. 800R: Ripon (Ashley Bradley, Emma Resop, Victoria Rivera, Adalin Nodolf) 1:52.62. 1,600R: Kettle Moraine Lutheran (Emma Wagner, Hayden Lauer, Gabriella Wallin, Sydney Falkowski) 4:08.62. 3,200R: Kewaskum (Taylor Kulick, Abigail Gerhartz, Brielle Scoles, Bella Hooker) 10:20.68. Shot: Emily Schell WIN 36-5.5. D: Michielah Borchardt WAU 111-4. HJ: Amanda Hillmann KML 5-2. PV: Carlee Hart WIN 9-6. LJ: Sydney Falkowski KML 16-4.25. TJ: Hayden Lauer KML 34-11.5.


Kimberly 6, Oshkosh West 1

KIMBERLY – The Papermakers scored three runs in both the third and sixth innings in their win over the Wildcats.

Brady Koester pitched the first five innings, allowing an unearned run on two hits and four walks while striking out 12 for Kimberly. Ayden Tomlinson pitched the final two innings.

Koester also had two doubles for Kimberly. Sawyer Deering had two hits, including a double. Bryson Vieth had two hits. Brady Coons drove in two runs.

Avery Mosloski took the loss for Oshkosh West.

Appleton East 15, Appleton West 5

APPLETON – Cade Prestigiacomo and Nick Verbeten each had two hits for the Patriots in the win over the Terrors.

Prestigiacomo scored two runs and drove in one run. Verbeten had an RBI and scored a run. Mason Winkler added two RBI and two runs scored for the Patriots.

Neenah 6, Kaukauna 4

NEENAH – Mack Krause pitched 6⅓ innings and allowed one earned run to pitch the Rockets past the Ghosts.

Krause finished with seven strikeouts. Isaac Verbruggen pitched the final two-thirds of an inning to finish up.

Andrew Carlson drove in two runs for Neenah, which is 10-5 in the Fox Valley Association.

Tyler Jezeski and Isaac Maas both had two hits for Kaukauna. Maas had a double and scored twice.

Bron Schaefer took the loss for Kaukauna.

Hortonville 10, Appleton North 0

HORTONVILLE – The Polar Bears scored early and often, while Taiven Gass tossed a two-hit shutout, walking one and striking out four.

Rashaud Kastner was 2-for-3 with a homer, two RBI and three runs scored, while Jack Coenen was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Also banging out two hits was Nathan Grams, who added an RBI and three runs scored.

Hortonville scored twice in the first, two in the third and six in the fourth to seal the Fox Valley Association win.

The win moves the Polar Bears to 9-6 in conference and 10-9 overall, while the Lightning falls to 11-4 and 13-5.

Freedom 6, Oconto Falls 2

FREEDOM – Matt Eberhardt pitched five innings of three-hit ball to lead the Irish to the win over the Panthers.

Eberhardt allowed two runs (one earned) while walking six and striking out five for Freedom. Andrew Shepard pitched the final two innings, allowing two hits and one walk while striking out three.

Carson Peters had two hits and drove in three runs for Freedom. Carson Clausen had two hits and scored two runs. Gavin Brennenstuhl had two hits and scored two runs.

Freedom is now 12-11 overall and 8-9 in the North Eastern Conference.

Cole Bozile had two hits for Oconto Falls.

Easton Engel started and took the loss for Oconto Falls, which is 8-11 overall.

Denmark 6, Clintonville 2

DENMARK – Braedyn Heezen was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI as the Vikings stopped the Truckers in North Eastern Conference action. Jaycob Dittmer was 2-for-4 with two runs scored.

Denmark took a 2-0 lead in the third inning on Heezen’s two-run double. Clintonville cut it to 2-1 in the fifth on Linken Korth’s RBI single, but the Vikings made it 4-1 in the bottom of the inning on RBI singles by Josh Gajeski and David Dittmer.

Heezen added an RBI single in the sixth.

Brandon Dvorak pitched 3⅓ innings for the win, giving up zero runs on two hits. Cade Delarwelle pitched 1⅔ innings to earn the save.

With the win, Denmark moves to 15-4 overall and 13-3 in the NEC. Clintonville falls to 4-15 overall.

Marinette 15, Wrightstown 14

MARINETTE – The Marines rallied from 11 runs down to pull out the North Eastern Conference win in the bottom of the seventh.

Trailing 13-2 after the Tigers struck for six runs in the top of the fifth, Marinette responded with seven in the bottom half. Wrightstown added a run in the sixth to make it 14-9, but the Marines answered with another big inning, scoring five times to send the game to the seventh tied at 14-14.

Weston Hanson led Marinette, going 3-for-4 with a double and five RBI, while Sam Sommerfeldt, Cooper Smith and Justin Kruse added two hits each.

Jack Severson led Wrightstown with a homer and four RBI, while Quade Thompson had a pair of hits.

Chilton 11, Valders 0

CHILTON – Peyton Juckem pitched a five-inning two-hitter to lead the Tigers to the victory over the Vikings.

Juckem struck out two batters and walked three.

Slaytt Nolan had three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs. Juckem added two hits and two RBI. Hudson Ludwig also had two RBI. Ryan Pierquet hit a triple for the Tigers and Rayden Wagner had a double.

Manawa 20, Menominee Indian 1

KESHENA – The Wolves blew open a 1-1 game with three runs in the third, nine in the fourth and seven in the fifth.

Brady Zemple doubled twice and drove in three runs for Manawa, while Spencer Strebe tripled and added two RBI.

Manawa moves to 3-10 in the CWC-East and 5-12 overall, while Menominee Indian falls to 0-13 and 0-14.


Kimberly 6, Oshkosh North 3

OSHKOSH – Paige Schreck picked up the win, while Bella Elstead got the save for the Papermakers.

The win moves Kimberly to 9-7 in the Fox Valley Association and 12-12 overall, while Oshkosh North falls to 9-8 and 10-10.

Fond du Lac 15, Appleton West 0

APPLETON – The Cardinals scored 12 runs in the first inning and three in the third as they cruised to the Fox Valley Association win.

Breahna Mentink, Lillian Birschbach, Mallory Thorpe and Mackenna Shultis had three hits each, while Reghan Ziegler and Ava Vermillion added two each to pace the Fond du Lac offense.

Appleton West managed five hits.

Menasha 9, West De Pere 1

DE PERE – The Bluejays pounded out 16 hits and broke open the game with a five-run seventh inning in the win over the Phantoms.

Isabella Timm had three hits and three runs batted in for Menasha. Eve Rausch, Kelsie Mohr, Taylor Papendorf, Addie Lund and Daviani Felix each had two hits. Hannah Neubert had a double and drove in three runs.

Sam Shuey pitched the final three innings, allowing one walk and two hits while striking out three to get the win.

Brooke Shoemaker, Megan Burns and Mallory DeMoulin each had two hits for West De Pere, with Lily Bukoske, DeMoulin and Shoemaker each hitting doubles.

Bukoske took the loss in the circle.

Denmark 15, Fox Valley Lutheran 1

APPLETON – The Vikings scored eight runs in the fifth inning en route to the win over the Foxes.

During the fifth inning, Shaelyn Kraschnewski and Ashlyn Schultz both drove in two runs, Olivia Ullman drove in one run, as did Macey Mleziva and Abby Johnson.

In the sixth inning, Ullman doubled in two runs while Vanny Umentum singled in a run and Audrey Baugnet tripled in a run.

Maggie Frank allowed two hits and one run over five innings to get the win. She struck out and six and walked one for Denmark.

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Iola-Scandinavia 7, Shiocton 0

SHIOCTON – The Thunderbirds scored two runs in the first, two in the third, two in the fifth and one in the sixth to earn the Central Wisconsin Conference win.

Elizabeth Pelky doubled for the Chiefs’ lone hit.

The win moves Iola-Scandinavia to 11-3 in the CWC-East and 13-8 overall, while Shiocton falls to 4-10 and 9-16.


Kimberly 7, Fond du Lac 0

FOND DU LAC – The Papermakers took a 5-0 lead in the first half in the win over the Cardinals and in the process clinched a share of the Fox Valley Association title.

Abby Lom put Kimberly up 1-0 with the assist going to Emily McCarthy early in the first half. Brenna Wilson made it 2-0 off a pass from Senah Hanes. Lom and McCarthy reversed roles with McCarthy scoring on an assist from Lom to make it 3-0.

McCarthy made it 4-0 on a penalty kick after a hand ball in the box, with Hanes pushing it to 5-0 with a header off a corner kick by Lom.

McCarthy completed a hat trick with her third goal to make it 6-0 in the second half and then Hanes completed the scoring off an assist from Lom.

Appleton North 2, Oshkosh West 2

OSHKOSH – The Lightning got two goals from Brinley Dunsirn as it battled the Wildcats to a draw.

Kalli Drexler had an assist for Appleton North.

Ellianna Noe had a goal for Oshkosh West right before halftime to tie the game 1-1, with Brenna Gehri putting Oshkosh West ahead in the 50th minute of the second half before Appleton North tied it up.

Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 8, St. Mary Catholic 0

FOX CROSSING – Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian scored four times in the first half and four in the second as it cruised to the Big East Conference win.

Bethany Ruppert made eight saves in net for the Zephyrs.

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