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Division 1 regionals
De Pere 11, Appleton West 8
DE PERE - The Redbirds outlasted the Terrors in regional semifinal action.
De Pere opened the scoring in the second with an RBI single by Ethan Hoops that scored Luke Brosig.
Appleton West’s Cooper Brown blasted a three-run homer as the Terrors took a 4-1 lead in the third inning. Javin Gauthier answered with a three-run home run in the bottom of the third. Quinn Falish also added an RBI double to score Easton Arendt.
West scored two more to regain the lead in the fourth. In the bottom of the inning, De Pere (17-6) took back the lead at 7-6 when Brosig blasted an RBI double. West tied the game in the fifth on an RBI single by Cole Dornfeld. De Pere regained the lead in the bottom of the inning when Bryson Webb hit a double to score Caleb Dietsche.
The big blast was in the sixth inning when Bryan Gerbers hit a three-run home run with two outs to extend the game to 11-7. West could only manage one run in the seventh.
Hoops was 3-for-4 with an RBI, Dietsche was 2-for-4 for De Pere.
Dornfeld was 3-for-4 with an RBI and Ryder Hoffman was 2-for-3 with two RBIs for West.
Falish picked up the win, pitching 1⅓ innings of relief. He struck out three. Mason Stecker and Brosig also pitched well in relief.
De Pere plays at Appleton North Thursday in the regional final at 4:30 p.m.
Bay Port 4, Appleton East 0
SUAMICO - The Pirates scored twice in the third and twice in the fourth in their win over the Patriots.
Cole Bensen pitched a complete game for Bay Port to get the win. He allowed five hits and one walk while striking out seven.
Cal Casper had four hits, including two doubles, and drove in two runs for Bay Port. John Nickel had two hits, including a triple. Isaiah Grimm had two hits, including a double, and Brandon Black also had a double for Bay Port.
Evan Olson had two hits, including a double, for Appleton East.
Chayce Schultz took the loss for the Patriots.
Appleton North 13, Green Bay Southwest 3
APPLETON - Griffin Smith struck out seven batters and pitched the Lightning to the regional victory.
Nathan Schopf had a bases-clearing triple to drive in three runs, Brock Salm had two hits and two RBIs, Ben Isom drove in two runs, and Garrett Hietpas had two hits for North.
Division 2 regionals
Notre Dame 8, Freedom 1
FREEDOM - The Tritons took a 3-1 lead in the first inning and never looked back in the win over the Irish.
Cade Milton, Donatello Badalamentiu and Micah Marzec each drove in two runs for Notre Dame. Milton and Marzec each had two hits. Landen Lozier scored three times and had a double for Notre Dame.
Freedom was led by Carson Clausen, Carter Kriewaldt and Jaeden LeCapitaine, who each had two hits. Jace Midbon added a double.
Caden Capomaccio pitched 6⅔ innings, allowing one run on nine hits and one walk while striking out seven to get the win.
Midbon took the loss for Freedom.
Denmark 17, Plymouth 4
DENMARK - The Vikings scored eight runs in both the first and third innings to cruise to the regional victory.
In the first inning, Hayden Konkol had a two-run double, Nolan Perry had a two-run single and Luke Miller had a two-run double.
Konkol had a two-run single in the third inning, and Abe Kapinos had a two-run single. Konkol, Perry, Miller, Ethan Ovsak, Rheis Johnson and Izaac Dittmer had two hits each.
Ovsak was the winning pitcher, going five innings, striking out seven while walking one.
Jason Meyer had two hits for Plymouth. Denmark is now 23-3 overall.
Luxemburg-Casco 4, Wrightstown 3
LUXEMBURG - Chris Vandenwhelen was 3-for-3 and Ryland Day drove in a pair of runs as the Spartans rallied for three runs in the sixth to erase a 3-1 deficit and post the regional win.
Nathan Hansen led the Tigers offense, going 3-for-3 with a double, while Preston Winkler had two RBIs.
Seymour 7, New London 6
SEYMOUR - Jacob Vannett hit a two-run home run in the last half of the ninth inning to lift the Thunder to the win over the Bulldogs.
There was plenty of drama leading into extra innings with Austin Schmallenberg’s two-run single in the sixth inning putting New London ahead 5-3.
Seymour tied the game in the seventh with a pair of runs to send it into extra innings.
Seymour, which had 13 hits, got three from Jacob Wold and two from Lucas Leisgang and Ethan Volz.
New London’s Schmallenberg finished with four hits and two RBIs. Ayden Kanaman had two hits.
Will DeBruin worked two innings of relief to get the win.
Jackson Fields took the loss.
Division 3 regionals
Oconto 7, Crivitz 6
OCONTO - The Blue Devils scored twice in their half of the seventh inning to defeat the Wolverines.
Braden Shallow, Devon Bostwick and Ethan Wusterbarth each drove in two runs for Oconto. Wusterbarth had two hits and scored twice.
Eli Gruszynski had three hits and drove in two runs for Crivitz. Sean Christiansen had two hits and scored twice. Jacob Behrendt and Logan Goltz also scored twice for Crivitz.
Devon Bostwick pitched 2⅔ innings of one-hit, scoreless relief to get the win.
Behrendt took the loss for Crivitz.
Kewaunee 11, Mishicot 1
KEWAUNEE - The Storm scored in every inning, including a six-run third, to put the regional game out of reach.
Mitchell Thompson had the hot bat, going 4-for-4 with a home run, four RBIs and two runs scored. Payton Kohnle was 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs, while Owen Carlson was 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Caleb Schaller picked up the win, pitching all five innings, allowing five hits, one run (unearned) while striking out 11.
Mishicot committed four errors.
Division 4 regionals
Gibraltar/Washington Island 9, Sevastopol 2
FISH CREEK - Sam Lindenberg, Will Friedenfels and Ryan Jorgenson each drove in two runs to lead the Vikings to the win over the Pioneers.
Lindenberg and Kevin Krauel each had three hits while Hayden Reetz had two for Gibraltar/Washington Island. Lindenberg had a double and triple among his hits, while Reetz and Krauel both had doubles. Braden Kita and Cooper Cole both had triples.
Carter Bieri had two hits for Sevastopol. Tom Junion and Jack DeYoung both had doubles.
Lindenberg allowed two runs on six hits and two walks in his route-going outing to get the win. He struck out eight.
DeYoung took the loss.
Goodman-Pembine 2, Wausaukee 0
WAUSAUKEE - Ryan Erickson allowed just one hit and three walks while striking out 12 in 6⅓ innings to pick up the victory. Kevin Strietzel picked up the save, allowing just one hit.
The Rangers committed six errors, which led to unearned runs by Goodman-Pembine in the third and fourth innings.
The teams combined for just five hits total.
Connor Schroeder took the loss, allowing three hits, walking two and striking out nine.
Division 1 sectional semifinals
Hortonville 7, Green Bay Preble 1
HORTONVILLE - The Polar Bears trailed 1-0 in the fifth inning before rallying for the sectional win.
Emma Lebeck and Bella Dontje had two-out singles and Bridget Moen hit a go-ahead, two-run double to make it 2-1.
Dontje drove in two more runs in the sixth inning to blow open the game.
All seven runs for Hortonville scored with two outs.
Division 2 sectional semifinals
Freedom 10, Luxemburg-Casco 1
FREEDOM - The Irish took an 8-0 lead after two innings and cruised to the win over the Spartans.
Lizzy Wesoloski had three hits and drove in three runs for Freedom, while Kierstin Kriewaldt had three hits and drove in two runs. Naleyah Bork had two hits and drove in three runs, while Sadie Jarmolowicz drove in two runs. Bork and Wesoloski had doubles for Freedom (27-2).
Rylie Murphy and Rachel Koss both had two hits and scored twice.
Bork pitched a complete game for Freedom, allowing one run on three hits and three walks while striking out nine.
Rebecca Kroll, who scored L-C’s only run with a home run, took the loss.
Division 4 sectional semifinals
Iola-Scandinavia 4, Bonduel 3
BONDUEL - The Thunderbirds scored the winning run in the ninth inning when Marin Hoyord scored on Chloe Timdal’s single just inside the left field foul line to defeat the previously unbeaten Bears.
Hoyord, Makayla Much and Jaelyn Sivertson each had three hits for Iola-Scandinavia. Maddie Much had two hits.
Nakiyah Henning, Lila Pleshek and Hailey Zernicke each had two hits for Bonduel. Zernicke drove in all three runs for Bonduel.
Much pitched a complete game for Iola-Scandinavia, allowing three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out five.
Henning took the loss for Bonduel after entering the game in the fifth inning. Claire Gehm pitched the first four innings for Bonduel.
The Thunderbirds will face Random Lake in the sectional championship game in Crandon at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Division 5 sectional semifinals
Sevastopol 6, Laona/Wabeno 5
SEVASTOPOL - The Pioneers loaded the bases in their half of the 10th inning on singles by Addison Schauske, Libby Ash and Naomi Rikkola before Bailey Rikkola drove home courtesy runner Johanna Andreae with the winning run in the victory over the Wildcats.
Bailey Rikkola had three hits, two stolen bases and two RBIs for Sevastopol, while Jolene Luedtke was 3-for-4 with three runs scored. Kristen Daubner had three hits with a double and two RBIs. Alaina Schopf had three hits and Schauske had two hits.
Schauske was the winning pitcher, going six innings and allowing one earned run on four hits while striking out six.
Kaukauna 12, Ashwaubenon 1
Oshkosh West 2, Beaver Dam 1
Neenah 2, Watertown 0
Amherst 2, Peshtigo 1
Wautoma 3, Valders 0
New Holstein 7, Laconia 0
Random Lake 5, Mishicot 2
Westfield 5, Marathon 2
Assumption 4, Almond-Bancroft 1
Barneveld 5, Oakfield 3
THURSDAY’S SECTIONAL FINALS
Stevens Point vs. Superior at Marshfield
Kaukauna vs. Hortonville at Pulaski
Oshkosh West vs. Neenah at Oshkosh North
New London vs. Altoona at Mosinee
Freedom vs. Winneconne at Seymour
Amherst vs. Wautoma at Gillett
New Holstein vs. Racine Lutheran at North Fond du Lac
Iola-Scandinavia vs. Random Lake at Crandon
Edgar vs. Sevastopol at Stevens Point
Assumption vs. Blair-Taylor at Almond-Bancroft
West De Pere Sectional
KAUKAUNA - De Pere and Ashwaubenon advanced their teams to the state tournament as the Redbirds won the sectional with a 320 team score and Ashwaubenon was second with a 322 at Fox Valley Golf Club.
Jakson Jazgar of Ashwaubenon won medalist honors with a 74.
Aiden Cudney of Kimberly shot 75, Rasmus Madsen of Appleton North shot 76 and Ryan Darling of Notre Dame shot 76 to advance to state as individuals.
DE PERE 320, ASHWAUBENON 322, WEST DE PERE 327, APPLETON NORTH 334, SHAWANO 339, KIMBERLY 343, NOTRE DAME 345, PULASKI 359
At Fox Valley Golf Club, par 73
Individual state qualifiers: Aiden Cudney KIM 75, Rasmus Madsen AN 76, Ryan Darling ND 76.
Pulaski: Colin Schultz 87, Connor Burant 89, Zachary Valeria 91, Dylan Carley 92.
Appleton North: Rasmus Madsen 76, Andrew Rudolf 84, Brendan Lemery 87, Kyle Schabo 87.
Shawano: Kaden Marcell 83, Owen Moesch 84, Gage Gorman 86, Ayden Hale 86.
Kimberly: Aiden Cudney 75, Riley Schmidt 85, Trey Vanevenhoven 91, Chance Rill 92.
Ashwaubenon: Jakson Jazgar 74, Sam Hurley 78, Charles Johnson 84, Bergen Wagner 86.
West De Pere: Mason Haupt 79, Ethan Heck 82, Max Reis 83, Derrein Thomas 83.
Notre Dame: Ryan Darling 76, Ethan LeCaptain 86, Triston Behrend 88, Bennett Madson 95.
De Pere: Evan Harmann 77, Sam Mehlberg 79, Jack Weisenberger 81, Cal Matzke 83.
Hortonville: Connor Schafer 79, Ross Reinemann 84, Drew Klein 92.
Bay Port: Karsen Kruse 82, Konor Tignall 89, Evan Friendshuh 96.
Green Bay Preble: Alec Reichwald 83
Appleton East: Jake Prestigiacomo 83.
MARINETTE - Winneconne had three of the top four scores as the Wolves took first as a team with a 322 total. Berlin also qualified for the state meet, taking second with a 337.
Winston Knobloch and Casey Peters of the Wolves tied for medalist honors with Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Calvin Schuerer, all with 78s. Ben Henning of Winneconne tied for fourth with Wisconsin Dells’ Grant Marsich, both with 79s.
Schuerer, Marsich and Wrightstown’s Grant Delsart all earned state qualifying honors. Delsart defeated Cole Noreen of Columbus Catholic/Spencer, Jett Walters of Mosinee and Grant Bauman of Peshtigo in a playoff after all four finished with 80s.
WINNECONNE 322, BERLIN 337, MARINETTE 343, WRIGHTSTOWN 352, WISCONSIN DELLS 354, LUXEMBURG-CASCO 366, MOSINEE 368, OCONTO FALLS 374, PESHTIGO 379, SEYMOUR 380, NEW LONDON 381, RIPON 401
At Riverside Golf Club, par 71
Individual state qualifiers: Calvin Schuerer WB 78, Grant Marsich WD 79, Grant Delsart WRI 80.
Winneconne: Winston Knobloch 78, Casey Peters 78, Ben Henning 79, Matthew Henning 87.
Berlin: Alex Johnson 82, Tyler Johnson 84, Jaron Clinch 85, Frank Kujawa 86.
Marinette: Kellen Hermanson 81, Trey Kretz 83, Keegan Polomis 87, Brady Eastman 92.
Wrightstown: Grant Delsart 80, Alex Wendlandt 88, Nick Alexander 90, Everett Lamers 94.
Luxemburg-Casco: Zachary Smith 82, Michael Otradovec 92, Caden Lukes 94, James Glampe 98.
Mosinee: Jett Walters 80, Russell Bittner 89, Garret Donohue 99, Reece Zebro 100.
Oconto Falls: Reese Hodkiewicz 91, Kadyn Riel 91, Trevor Metzler 95, Caden Leonhardt 97.
Peshtigo: Grant Bauman 80, Alex Raygo 95, Christian Boyle 100, Logan Smith 104.
Seymour: Garret Sigl 83, Garrett Trost 90, Sam Kilsdonk 98, Nathan Krull 109.
New London: Jonah Schlueter 84, Drew Freeman 90, Jadon Sorge 99, Will Grable 108.
Ripon: Riley Brooks 92, Drew Kastenschmidt 95, Willy Miller 102, Cole Burdick 112.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood: Calvin Schuerer 78.
Columbus Catholic/Spencer: Cole Noreen 80, Charlie Moore 86.
Little Chute: Jacob Zwiers 93, Jack Kang 96.
Freedom: Alex Becker 95, Mason Senso 100.
Waupun: Tyler Fromolz 97.
Omro: Hayden Masters 103.
CECIL - Marathon won the team title with a 350 to advance to state, with Wabeno/Laona taking second place with a 354.
Kaiden Bailey of St. Thomas Aquinas shot 78 to earn medalist honors and advance to state as an individual. Conner Krach of Newman Catholic shot 81 to also advance to state.
MARATHON 350, WABENO/LAONA 354, BONDUEL 357, NEWMAN CATHOLIC 359, ASSUMPTION 360, OCONTO 378, CRANDON 380, LENA 387, CRIVITZ 396, IOLA-SCANDINAVIA 418, NEKOOSA 432, COLEMAN 445
At Golden Sands, par 71
Individual state qualifiers: Kaiden Bailey STA 78, Conner Krach NC 81, Peyton Krause CRA 83.
Crivitz: Joey Pickett 93, Kaden Klaver 98, Jack Bauer 98, TJ Mueller 107.
Nekoosa: Nathan Esselman 84, Evin Heller 113, Paul Kennedy 116, Bergen Mlodzik 119.
Iola-Scandinavia: Brandon Phillips 91, Riley Gambsky 101, Samuel Groeschl 112, Nick Louison 114.
Coleman: Kamron Kostrova 98, Lincoln Henry 103, Liam Zeitler 112, Evan Hockers 132.
Assumption: Jack Wiedmeyer 88, Adam Haasl 90, Bryson Galbreath 91, Mason Kubis 91.
Lena: Braden McVane 88, Evan VanderZanden 95, Mason Simonson 102, Mason Spice 102.
Marathon: Noah Gage 82, Ben Robbins 82, John Stoffel 93, Dylan Dodson 93.
Oconto: Carter Koch 86, Josh Maynard 96, Christian Koch 97, Drew Reinhardt 99.
Newman Catholic: Conner Krach 81, Isaac Seidel 90, Nevaeh Nelson 93, Jack Hoelter 95.
Bonduel: Cooper Uelmen 84, Jake Dreyer 86, Colin Margelofsky 92, Reed Luepke 95.
St. Thomas Aquinas: Kaiden Bailey 78.
Pacelli: Keller Anderson 85, Logan Martin 107.
Wisconsin Valley Lutheran: Konnor Mehlberg 93.
Oneida Nation: Jonas Johnson 96.
Manawa: Dakota Stroud 98, Ben Stern 116.
Colby: Brayden Boyer 118.
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This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Tuesday's high school sports results for the Green Bay area