Southern Door is still alive in the Division 2 regional softball tournament after easing past Sturgeon Bay 13-3 last night in the Town of Gardner. Rachel Andres notched the win in the pitcher’s circle and was a perfect 4x4 at the plate. She set a new school record in the win by finishing with a total of 122 career hits. She will look to add to that Thursday when the Eagles travel to Luxemburg-Casco to play the Spartans. Bailey Baudhuin, Katie Miller and Acacia Tupa all had multi-hit games for Southern Door.
Luxemburg-Casco beat their rival Denmark 5-2 to advance in the regional tourney. Sara Simonar struck out six in the win. Jenny Jadin, Lexi Kinnard, Cassi Kinnard and Marissa Rukamp all drove in runs for the Spartans Tuesday.
In Division 3, Kewaunee outlasted Mishicot 10-6. Tied at six in the final inning, the Storm broke the deadlock with a little help from Rachel Dax and Serena Schneider. Each had RBI singles to help Kewaunee win with late inning heroics. Alex Richard provided some instant offense in the third when she belted a three-run home run. Courtney Miller also had a great day at the plate with three hits, four stolen bases and two runs scored.
In Division 4, Algoma and Sevastopol each needed just five innings to move past the regional semi-final round yesterday. The Wolves pummeled St. Thomas Aquinas 13-0. They will next host Sevastopol tomorrow in the regional final. Sevastopol shut out Gillett 10-0. Holly Laplant hit a triple and a double with two RBI’s, Olivia Lemieux tallied two RBI’s and went 2x3 and Cassie Borkovetz hit a two-run home run to aid her cause in the circle. Borkovetz tossed a no-hitter with eight strikeouts.