Algoma Baseball topped Kewaunee 6-4 Monday in Packerland Conference play. The Wolves improved to (4-1, 3-0) behind a Dillon Dean emergency start complete game. Kewaunee opened the scoring with an Andrew Richards double followed by a Wes Gallenberger RBI single in the second.
The Wolves got on the board three times in the third. Casey Nelson and Booker Prokash got things going with back to back singles. After a Casey Stangel walk, Max Grovogel drove in two runs with a double. With Algoma leading 3-2 in the fifth inning, Dean scored on a double steal and Zach Wery scored on a Zach Schmidt sac fly to extend the lead to 5-2. Kewaunee scored two unearned in the top of the sixth, but Algoma answered back with a Stangel RBI single.
Dillon Dean pitched seven innings, allowing four runs, one earned, four hits, no walks, and eight K’s.
Dan Stangel took the loss in relief of Andrew Richards.
The Wolves offense was led by Trevor Haasch with three hits including a double. Nelson finished with two hits. Max Grovogel added a double. Algoma finished with a season high 11 hits.
Richards doubled for the Storm
Algoma is back in action when they travel to Sevastopol. Game time is 5:00.
Southern Door Baseball topped Sevastopol 13-6. River Pawelski had four hits, while Adam Cutschow and Nick Lecaptain each added three. Tory Jandrin tallied four RBI for the Eagles. Kody Kissinger earned the win on the mound. Brent Haberli struck out three in the loss for Sevastopol. Lucas Stenzel had 2 RBI for the Pioneers.
Algoma Softball won their version of “War on the Shore” with rival Kewaunee 7-4 Monday. The Wolves tallied nine hits in the win. Makayla Guilette, Mikayla Haack and Halle VArdon each had multi-hit games in the win.
Luxemburg-Casco Softball defeated Oconto Falls 10-2 in a North Eastern Conference game. The Spartans scored two in the first, two in the second and three in the third to take an early 7-1 lead. The Spartans final three runs came in the sixth inning for the final tally. Oconto Falls opened the scoring in the top of the first when Bailey Magnin came around to score after a two out single. LC answered in the bottom half of the inning after a double by Madysen Thayse was followed by RBI singles from Brianna Prevost and Jenna Jorgensen.
Dana Deterville, Brianna Prevost and Jenna Jorgensen each had two hits for Luxemburg-Casco. Bailey Magnin was the leading hitter for Oconto Falls with two. Winning pitcher Ally Dart threw a complete game in which she surrendered six hits while striking out 8 and walking only one. Katelyn Albrecht took the loss for the Panthers. Luxemburg-Casco is 4-1 overall, 3-1 conference. Oconto Falls is 4-5 overall and 3-3 conference
Sturgeon Bay and Algoma will make up their cancelled April 3rd baseball game with a doubleheader at Sturgeon Bay on April 27th starting at 5:00 pm