Wrightstown scored three unearned runs in the first inning on three Luxemburg-Casco errors in the Tigers 4-3 victory over the Spartans in the Northeastern Conference softball game. Paige Cornelissen and Danielle Nenning had back to back hits to begin the inning, both coming around to score. The fourth and deciding run came in the top of the third on Taylor Gun’s leadoff solo home run. The Spartans came back with three runs in the bottom of the third on Nicole Haen’s single and Cassie Dart’s reach on error which were followed up by RBI singles by Dana Deterville and Madysen Thayse. LC had the tying run on second with one out in the sixth but was unable to plate the run.
Winning pitcher Makayla Neinas threw a complete game, surrendering five hits, two earned runs and recorded three strikeouts without a walk. Ally Dart threw a complete game and surrendered only one earned run while striking out two and walking none.
Wrightstown is (2-0)/(2-0) Luxemburg-Casco is (2-1)/(1-1)
The Algoma Wolves Baseball Team (3-1, 2-0) lost at Weyauwega-Fremont on a two out RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning Mitchell Zimmer pitched three innings allowing just one run. Zach Schmidt took the loss pitching four innings allowing two runs while striking out three. Casey Stangel’s two-run double in the fifth would be all the runs Algoma could muster. Casey Nelson and Booker Prokash had two hits apiece to lead the Wolves offensive attack. Algoma returns to conference action Thursday night at Oconto in a battle for first place.
Sevastopol Baseball was shutout 14-0 by Oconto.
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