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Spencer, Columbus Catholic combine for six first-team choices on 2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division baseball, softball teams

Posted on 28 June 2017 by paul

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By Paul Lecker
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The Cloverbelt Conference East Division all-conference teams for baseball and softball were released earlier this month.

Spencer pitcher Tiffany Meinders was one of four Rockets to earn first-team honors on the 2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

SOFTBALL
Conference champion Spencer had seven players selected to the 2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Team, with four first-team selections.

Seniors Jenna Schober, Katie Fleischman and Cinnamin Harwood, along with sophomore pitcher Tiffany Meinders were first-team picks for Spencer, which won its third-straight Cloverbelt East championship with a perfect 14-0 record.

Schober batted .414 with 21 RBIs, Harwood had a team-high 26 runs scored while batting .455, and Meinders hit .404 with a team-best 32 RBIs and two home runs. Meinders also pitched all but 11 innings for the Rockets this season, compiling a 13-3 record with a 1.81 earned-run average and 99 strikeouts in 81 innings.

Senior Courtney Buss, and juniors Lexi Baehr and Sadie Mercier were second-team selections for the Rockets.

Mercier led the Rockets in batting with a .482 average and scored 25 runs, Baehr had one home run and 17 RBIs, and Buss hit .348 with 19 runs scored and 12 RBIs.

“We had a very good season overall,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “I was really proud of all of our girls. Tiffany was certainly one of the best players in the conference. The combination of her pitching and hitting really was remarkable. Jenna, Cinnamin and Katie all really came through to have big senior seasons. This was the first time we have had four players make first team. Courtney Buss also had another great season to finish out a stellar career, and Sadie and Lexi will be back along with Tiffany to lead a promising team in 2018.”

Marshfield Columbus Catholic’s lone all-conference representative was sophomore Maren Seefluth, who was a second-team choice.

Seefluth hit .471 (16-for-34) with 11 runs scored and eight RBIs.

“I witnessed before the season got underway that Maren Seefluth acted like a very confident player in her ability,” Columbus Catholic coach Arnie Neubauer said. “I was proud of how she carried it onto the field of play for the Dons. I stressed during the season to Maren that she has the next level ability in her arsenal and she performed to that level in conference play. I’m very happy how she executed the new style I was applying to get the best out of her ability.”

Greenwood junior Kaylee Learman was named the conference’s Player of the Year after an impressive campaign in which she was named the Wisconsin Softball Coaches Association Division 5 State Player of the Year.

Learman hit a whopping .727 (48-for-66) with 16 home runs, 53 RBIs and 54 runs scored. In addition to her hit total, she was walked 30 times and had an on-base percentage of .783 and a slugging percentage of 1.742. She also went 13-6 as a pitcher with a 2.58 ERA and 158 strikeouts in 106 innings pitched.

2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Team
First team:
Taylor Hendricks, sr., Gilman; Kaylee Learman, jr., Greenwood; Kassidy Lamovec, jr., Greenwood; Morgan Reinwand, sr., Loyal; Baileigh Johnson, jr., Neillsville/Granton; Brianna Roehl, jr., Neillsville/Granton; Jenna Schober, sr., Spencer; Tiffany Meinders, so., Spencer; Katie Fleischman, sr., Spencer; Cinnamin Harwood, sr., Spencer.
Second team: Maren Seefluth, so., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Kayla Chause, sr., Gilman; Kasse Burton, jr., Gilman; Amanda Bogdonovich, fr., Greenwood; Remi Geiger, fr., Loyal; Deveni Rowley, sr., Loyal; Ashlee Diestler, sr., Neillsville/Granton; Courtney Buss, sr., Spencer; Lexi Baehr, jr., Spencer; Sadie Mercier, jr., Spencer.
Honorable mention: Grace Grunseth, fr., Gilman; McKayla Nigon, sr., Greenwood; Paetyn Schmitz, jr., Greenwood; Bryanna Rayhorn, jr., Loyal; Malory Zickert, sr., Neillsville/Granton.
Player of the Year: Kaylee Learman, Greenwood.

Spencer junior Hunter Luepke was a first-team pick to the 2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Baseball Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

BASEBALL
Marshfield Columbus Catholic senior Tyler Fuerlinger and Spencer junior Hunter Luepke were among the 10 first-team selections to the 2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Baseball Team, as voted on by the conference coaches.

Spencer junior Caden Schillinger was a second-team selection, and both the Dons and Rockets had a pair of honorable mention selections – Bryce Fuerlinger and Charles Payant for Columbus, and Dom Wichlacz and Carson Hildebrandt for Spencer.

Tyler Fuerlinger hit. 390 and was 15-for-15 in stolen base attempts for the Dons.

Payant was the Dons’ top pitcher, going 3-3 with a 4.40 earned-run average, while Bryce Fuerlinger hit. 354.

“Tyler’s a great young man both on and off the field, and a true leader,” Columbus Catholic coach Joe Seitz said. “Charles has a good curveball and was able to keep hitters off-balance. He always has a smile on his face and never let anything bother him while he was on the mound. Bryce played centerfield and pitched, having never pitched before, but he is an excellent athlete who I knew could handle it. He gives 100 percent effort every day.”

Luepke was the Rockets’ top hitter and also picked up seven of the team’s 11 victories on the mound, helping Spencer reach the WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinals.

“Hunter is one of the best athletes around,” Spencer coach Tim Buttke said. “He did it all for us: pitched, hit for average, hit for power. He’s as mentally tough as they come and a great leader.

“Caden was big for us all year. He’s extremely talented. His bat was huge for our offense all season.”

Loyal senior Riley Geiger was named conference Player of the Year.

2017 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Baseball Team
First team:
Tyler Fuerlinger, sr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Elliot Wininger, jr., Gilman; Walker Wuethrich, sr., Greenwood; Devin Toburen, jr., Greenwood; Riley Geiger, sr., Loyal; Dawson Brock, jr., Loyal; Logan Matson, jr., Neillsville; Marshall Opelt, jr., Neillsville; Kole Karaba, sr., Owen-Withee; Hunter Luepke, jr., Spencer.
Second team: Aaron Morrow, sr., Colby; Zach Person, jr., Gilman; Brock Opelt, sr., Granton; Cole Lucas, sr., Greenwood; Trevor Serocki, sr., Greenwood; Luke Bogdonovich, jr., Loyal; David Harder, sr., Neillsville; Skylar Barth, sr., Neillsville; A.J. Ovyn, jr., Owen-Withee; Caden Schillinger, jr., Spencer.
Honorable mention: Trevor Stuttgen, sr., Colby; Bryce Fuerlinger, so., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Charles Payant, sr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Chanse Rosemeyer, sr., Gilman; Gabe Gunderson, fr., Gilman; Austin Riemer, jr., Granton; Maverick Roehl, so., Loyal; Trevyn Wilke, fr., Loyal; Cole Hediger, so., Neillsville; Bo Baehr, jr., Owen-Withee; Dom Wichlacz, jr., Spencer; Carson Hildebrandt, so., Spencer.
Player of the Year: Riley Geiger, Loyal.

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Thorp upsets Spencer in WIAA Division 4 softball regional final

Posted on 25 May 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – Thorp scored six runs over the final two innings to upset top-seed Spencer 7-6 in a WIAA Division 4 softball regional final Thursday at Spencer High School.

Spencer scored five times in the fifth inning to take a 6-1 lead before Thorp responded with two runs in the sixth inning and four more in the top of the seventh to pull out the victory.

Thorp (13-10) moves on to a Division 4 sectional semifinal at the winner of Friday’s game between Athens and Marathon on May 30. Spencer ends its season with an 18-6 record.

“Hats off to Thorp for a great comeback,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “I am proud of our girls. I really enjoyed coaching thme this season and I am thankful for all of the hard work they put it.”

Aryiah Schuh had two RBIs and Sadie Mercier had two hits for the Rockets.

Tiffany Meinders took the loss for Spencer, striking out four and allowing nine hits and all seven runs, six of which were earned.

Kaitlyn Tyznik earned the win for Thorp, giving up one run in three innings of relief, and Megan Schesel hit a home run for the Cardinals.

Cardinals 7, Rockets 6
Thorp 000 102 4 – 7 9 1
Spencer 001 050 0 – 6 6 3
WP:
Kaitlyn Tyznik. LP: Tiffany Meinders.
SO: Lyndsey Tyznik (4 inn.) 1, K. Tyznik (3 inn.) 4; Meinders 4. BB: L. Tyznik 1, K. Tyznik 1; Meinders 4.
Top hitters: T, Megan Schesel 2×3, HR, 2 RBIs; K. Tyznik 2×3; Hailey Zurakowski 2 RBIs. S, Sadie Mercier 2×4, run; Jenna Schober 2B, 2 runs; Shaelee Neitzel 3B, RBI; Aryiah Schuh 1×2, 2 RBIs.
Records: Thorp 13-10; Spencer 18-6.

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Spencer softball survives to beat Cadott in WIAA Division 4 regional semifinal

Posted on 24 May 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – Jenna Schober knocked in Courtney Buss with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning as Spencer beat Cadott 2-1 in a WIAA Division 4 softball regional semifinal Wednesday at Spencer High School.

Spencer (18-5) moves on to a D-4 regional final Thursday at home against Thorp (12-10). Game time is 5 p.m.

Cadott led 1-0 before the Rockets rallied with a run in the fifth to tie it.

Schober walked, went to second on a passed ball and third on a ground out before scoring on another ground out by Sadie Mericer to tie the game.

Spencer just missed out on taking the lead in the sixth when Tiffany Meinders would have scored on a suicide squeeze bunt by Buss, but Buss was called out for stepping on the plate as she bunted.

Finally, in the eighth, the Rockets found pay dirt. Buss singled with two strikes and two outs, stole second, and scored on Schober’s single to right field to win it.

Meinders went the entire game on the mound for the Rockets, scattering seven hits. She did not walk a batter and struck out seven.

Mercier had two of Spencer’s eight hits.

Rockets 2, Hornets 1
Cadott 001 000 00 – 1 7 1
Spencer 000 010 01 – 2 8 1
WP:
Tiffany Meinders. LP: Erickson.
SO: Erickson 4; Meinders 7. BB: Erickson 2; Meinders 0.
Top hitters: C, Wahl RBI; Hanson run; Burgess 2B. S, Sadie Mercier 2×3, RBI; Jenna Schober 1×3, run, RBI; Courtney Buss 1×4, run.
Records: Cadott 4-14; Spencer 18-5.

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Stratford edges Spencer softball in pitcher’s duel

Posted on 19 May 2017 by paul

Stratford pitcher Kiana Weiler delivers to the plate during the Tigers’ softball game against Spencer on Friday at Hilgemann Field in Stratford. Weiler threw a complete-game shutout as the Tigers won 1-0. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Spencer second baseman Sadie Mercier kneels on second base for a forceout after fielding a ground ball during the Rockets’ softball game at Stratford on Friday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
MarshfieldAreaSports.com

STRATFORD – The Spencer and Stratford softball teams locked into a pitcher’s duel as both of its aces dominated the opposition’s potent lineups.

Something had to give eventually, and it was Stratford that finally pushed a run across.

Cassidy VanDerLeest knocked in pinch runner Madisyn Daul with a single in the bottom of the sixth inning to plate the game’s only run as the Tigers beat Spencer 1-0 in a nonconference game Friday at Hilgemann Field.

Kiana Weiler struck out six for Stratford and Tiffany Meinders had four strikeouts for Spencer as both starting pitchers were on their games. Neither walked a batter and both scattered seven hits.

Weiler was able to keep the hard-hitting Rockets off-balance with a variety of pitches.

“She was really good at getting ahead in the count and then she gets even better,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “We need to be more aggressive going after strike one and strike two because once she has two on you she’s very, very tough.”

With the victory, Stratford (17-6) snapped Spencer’s 17-game winning streak. Seven different Rockets (17-5) had hits in the loss. VanDerLeest and Sammy Kaiser each had two hits for Stratford.

Stratford completed a nonconference two-game sweep of Spencer, as the Tigers won on the road 5-2 back on March 31 in the season opener for both teams.

“Kiana threw her changeup in different situations, full count a couple of times, she threw it early in the count,” Stratford coach Mandy Pankratz said. “We had a discussion with her and (catcher) Brittany (Bredemann) about, ‘Let’s not be predictable. Let’s throw that pitch when they expect us not to.’ She locates it well, locates her drop curve well, and she comes back with a strike when she needs it.”

Both teams open WIAA playoff action next week. Stratford is the No. 5 seed in its Division 3 sectional and will play at No. 4 Prescott in a regional quarterfinal on Tuesday. Spencer earned a first-round bye as the No. 1 seed in its Division 4 bracket and will play either Spring Valley or Cadott at home Wednesday in a regional semifinal.

Tigers 1, Rockets 0
Spencer 000 000 0 – 0 7 2
Stratford 000 001 x – 1 7 0
WP:
Kiana Weiler. LP: Tiffany Meinders.
SO: Meinders 4; Weiler 6. BB: None.
Top hitters: ST, Sammy Kaiser 2×3; Cassidy VanDerLeest 2×3, RBI.
Records: Spencer 17-5; Stratford 17-6.

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Spencer softball blanks Columbus Catholic, wraps up unbeaten Cloverbelt East season

Posted on 18 May 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Tiffany Meinders held Marshfield Columbus Catholic to just one hit in four innings as the Spencer softball team blanked the Dons 19-0 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division game on Thursday at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Spencer finishes its Cloverbelt East schedule with a perfect 14-0 record, the third-straight season the Rockets went undefeated on its way to the conference title. Spencer has now won 17 games in a row this season (17-4 overall) and 41 straight in Cloverbelt East play.

Columbus falls 4-11 overall and 2-10 in the Cloverbelt East. The Dons host Owen-Withee for a doubleheader on Friday to wrap-up their conference schedule.

Spencer scored multiple runs in all four of its at-bats, including six in the third and seven in the fourth to end the game via the 15-run rule.

Four Columbus pitchers combined to walk 20 Spencer batters. The Rockets had eight hits, including two from Faith Bauer. Cinnamin Harwood had a hit, walked three times and scored four runs in the victory.

Zoe Stratman had Columbus’ lone hit.

Rockets 19, Dons 0
Spencer 336 7 – 19 8 1
Columbus Catholic 000 0 – 0 1 1
WP:
Tiffany Meinders. LP: Addison Baierl.
SO: Meinders 5; Baierl (1 inn.) 0, Annika Brown (1/3 inn.) 0, Maddie DeSmet (2 1/3 inn.) 1, Sophia Mauney 0. BB: Meinders 0; Baierl 5, Brown 5, DeSmet 10, Mauney 0.
Top hitters: S, Faith Bauer 2×3, 2 RBIs, run; Jenna Schober 2B, 2 runs, 4 RBIs; Courtney Buss 2 runs; Meinders 3 RBIs; Cinnamin Harwood 4 runs; Katie Fleischman 3 runs; Sadie Mercier 2 runs. C, Zoe Stratman 1×2.
Records: Spencer 17-4, 14-0 Cloverbelt East; Columbus Catholic 4-11, 2-10 Cloverbelt East.

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2017 WIAA state softball playoffs, regional scores

Posted on 17 May 2017 by paul

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Sectionals are nearly set after most regional finals in the 2017 WIAA state softball playoffs were played across Wisconsin on Friday, May 26.

Regional play will wrap up with the remainder of the regional finals scheduled for Saturday, May 27.

Sectional semifinals are scheduled for Tuesday, May 30, and sectional finals will be on Thursday, June 1. Survivors qualify for the WIAA State Softball Tournament at Goodman Fields in Madison on June 8-10.

Here is a look at all of the WIAA softball regional scores:

2017 WIAA State Softball Playoffs
Division 1
Sectional 1
Regional semifinals, May 23

No. 5 Marshfield 8, No. 12 New Richmond 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 9 Wisconsin Rapids 5, No. 8 Wausau West 0
No. 4 Superior 12, No. 13 Wausau East 0
No. 3 D.C. Everest 5, No. 14 River Falls 1
No. 6 Eau Claire Memorial 5, No. 11 Eau Claire North 1
No. 7 Hudson 4, No. 10 Menomonie 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Stevens Point 10, No. 9 Wisconsin Rapids 0
No. 5 Marshfield 4, No. 4 Superior 0
No. 3 D.C. Everest 8, No. 6 Eau Claire Memorial 3
No. 2 Chippewa Falls 14, No. 7 Hudson 4
Sectional 3
Regional semifinals, May 23

No. 3 Holmen 4, No. 14 Madison West 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 9 Madison East 10, No. 8 Monona Grove 3
No. 5 Verona 16, No. 12 Madison Memorial 1
No. 4 La Crosse Central 8, No. 13 Madison La Follette 0
No. 6 Middleton 12, No. 11 Tomah 2
No. 7 Waunakee 4, No. 10 Baraboo 3
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Sun Prairie 15, No. 9 Madison East 0
No. 4 La Crosse Central 7, No. 5 Verona 6
No. 3 Holmen 6, No. 6 Middleton 2
No. 2 DeForest 4, No. 7 Waunakee 1
Sectional 2
Regional semifinals, May 24

No. 8 De Pere 6, No. 9 Appleton North 5
No. 5 Hortonville 7, No. 12 Green Bay East 0
No. 4 Green Bay Preble 10, No. 13 Menasha 5
No. 3 Pulaski 7, No. 14 Green Bay Southwest 1
No. 6 Ashwaubenon 6, No. 11 Appleton West 0
No. 7 Kimberly 15, No. 10 Appleton East 6
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Kaukauna 10, No. 8 De Pere 0
No. 4 Green Bay Preble 4, No. 5 Hortonville 2
No. 3 Pulaski 2, No. 6 Ashwaubenon 1 (9 inn.)
No. 2 Bay Port 3, No. 7 Kimberly 1
Sectional 4
Regional semifinals, May 24

No. 9 Sheboygan North 13, No. 8 Sheboygan South 3
No. 5 West Bend West 4, No. 12 Manitowoc 0
No. 4 Slinger 2, No. 13 Oconomowoc 0
No. 14 Hartford 7, No. 3 Beaver Dam 3
No. 6 Oshkosh West 16, No. 11 Fond du Lac 1
No. 10 Neenah 7, No. 7 West Bend East 6
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Oshkosh North 17, No. 9 Sheboygan North 0
No. 5 West Bend West 3, No. 4 Slinger 2
No. 6 Oshkosh West 10, No. 14 Hartford 1
No. 2 Watertown 6, No. 10 Neenah 0
Sectional 5
Regional semifinals, May 24

No. 9 Burlington 4, No. 8 Oregon 3
No. 5 Beloit Memorial 11, No. 12 Janesville Parker 1
No. 4 Fort Atkinson 4, No. 13 Stoughton 2
No. 3 Janesville Craig 10, No. 14 Milton 2
No. 11 Waterford 5, No. 6 Elkhorn 2
No. 7 Union Grove 8, No. 10 Lake Geneva Badger 3
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Westosha Central 5, No. 9 Burlington 3
No. 4 Fort Atkinson 5, No. 5 Beloit Memorial 4
No. 3 Janesville Craig 5, No. 11 Waterford 1
No. 2 Wilmot 2, No. 7 Union Grove 1
Sectional 7
Regional semifinals, May 24

No. 9 Brookfield East 13, No. 8 Brookfield Central 8
No. 5 Whitefish Bay 25, No. 12 Milwaukee Washington 0
No. 4 Cedarburg 1, No. 13 Milwaukee Vincent 0 (forfeit)
No. 3 Mequon Homestead 1, No. 14 Milwaukee Madison 0 (forfeit)
No. 6 Greendale Nicolet 15, No. 11 Milwaukee Riverside/Golda Meir 0
No. 7 Milwaukee King 16, No. 10 Milwaukee Bradley 6
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Germantown 15, No. 9 Brookfield East 0
No. 5 Whitefish Bay 14, No. 4 Cedarburg 8
No. 3 Mequon Homestead 5, No. 6 Greendale Nicolet 0
No. 2 Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 15, No. 7 Milwaukee King 0
Sectional 6
Regional semifinals, May 23

No. 3 Hartland Arrowhead 15, No. 14 Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts/Carmen South/Juneau 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 8 Sussex Hamilton 9, No. 9 Wauwatosa East 5
No. 5 Waukesha West 12, No. 12 West Allis Central 0
No. 4 West Allis Hale 24, No. 13 Milwaukee Hamilton 0
No. 6 Waukesha North 14, No. 11 Waukesha South 3
No. 7 Wauwatosa West 3, No. 10 Mukwonago 1
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Kettle Moraine 9, No. 8 Sussex Hamilton 4
No. 5 Waukesha West 7, No. 4 West Allis Hale 1
No. 3 Hartland Arrowhead 5, No. 6 Waukesha North 4
No. 2 Menomonee Falls 8, No. 7 Wauwatosa West 7
Sectional 8
Regional semifinals, May 24

No. 8 South Milwaukee 4, No. 9 Greendale 2
No. 5 Muskego 10, No. 12 Racine Park 0
No. 4 Franklin 10, No. 13 Milwaukee Reagan 0
No. 3 Greenfield 16, No. 14 Milwaukee Bay View/Lifelong Learning 0
No. 6 Kenosha Indian Trail 3, No. 11 Racine Horlick 2
No. 10 Kenosha Tremper 5, No. 7 Racine Case 3
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Oak Creek 6, No. 8 South Milwaukee 0
No. 5 Muskego 13, No. 4 Franklin 10
No. 3 Greenfield 10, No. 6 Kenosha Indian Trail 2
Regional finals, May 27
No. 2 Kenosha Bradford/Reuther 15, No. 10 Kenosha Tremper 14
Division 2
Sectional 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 8 Amery 11, No. 9 Black River Falls 0
No. 8 Hayward 13, No. 9 Ashland 9
No. 7 Lakeland 23, No. 10 Colby/Abbotsford 11
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 7 La Crosse Logan 12, No. 10 Sparta 2
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Baldwin-Woodville 10, No. 8 Amery 0
No. 4 Osceola 1, No. 5 West Salem 0
No. 3 Ellsworth 5, No. 6 Somerset 1
No. 1 Rice Lake 12, No. 8 Hayward 0
No. 4 Rhinelander 2, No. 5 Merrill 1
No. 3 Mosinee 11, No. 6 Medford 2
No. 2 Antigo/White Lake 3, No. 7 Lakeland 0
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 2 Onalaska 10, No. 7 La Crosse Logan 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Baldwin-Woodville 9, No. 4 Osceola 1
No. 2 Onalaska 10, No. 3 Ellsworth 5
No. 1 Rice Lake 11, No. 4 Rhinelander 1
No. 3 Mosinee 8, No. 2 Antigo/White Lake 6 (9 inn.)
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Ripon 7, No. 8 Milwaukee Lutheran 1
No. 8 Milwaukee School of Languages 17, No. 9 Milwaukee Pius XI Catholic 10
No. 7 St. Francis 18, No. 10 Milwaukee St. Anthony 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 7 Brown Deer 15, No. 10 Shorewood 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Grafton 10, No. 9 Ripon 0
No. 4 Port Washington 10, No. 5 Plymouth 1
No. 3 Kewaskum 6, No. 6 Sheboygan Falls/Kohler 1
No. 1 New Berlin West 15, No. 8 Milwaukee School of Languages 0
No. 4 New Berlin Eisenhower 8, No. 5 Milwaukee St. Thomas More 0
No. 6 Wisconsin Lutheran 9, No. 3 Cudahy 6
No. 2 Whitnall 18, No. 7 St. Francis 1
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 2 Waupun 13, No. 7 Brown Deer 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Grafton 7, No. 4 Port Washington 0
No. 3 Kewaskum 5, No. 2 Waupun 2
No. 1 New Berlin West 10, No. 4 New Berlin Eisenhower 0
No. 2 Whitnall 10, No. 6 Wisconsin Lutheran 0
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 8 Waupaca 12, No. 9 Appleton Xavier 3
No. 9 Green Bay Notre Dame 10, No. 8 Clintonville 6
No. 7 Two Rivers 10, No. 10 Green Bay West 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 25
No. 7 Little Chute 12, No. 10 Berlin 2
Regional semifinals, May 23
No. 3 Denmark 13, No. 6 Oconto Falls 1
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Freedom 5, No. 8 Waupaca 1
No. 4 Shawano 12, No. 5 Marinette 2
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 4 Winneconne 4, No. 5 Fox Valley Lutheran 3
No. 3 Wrightstown 3, No. 6 West De Pere 2 (12 inn.)
No. 2 New London 3, No. 7 Little Chute 1
No. 1 Seymour 15, No. 9 Green Bay Notre Dame 0
No. 2 Luxemburg-Casco 10, No. 7 Two Rivers 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Freedom 2, No. 4 Winneconne 1
No. 2 New London 8, No. 3 Wrightstown 3
No. 4 Shawano 13, No. 1 Seymour 10 (8 inn.)
No. 3 Denmark 4, No. 2 Luxemburg-Casco 0
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Madison Edgewood 6, No. 8 Reedsburg 2
No. 7 Mount Horeb 16, No. 10 Lodi 6
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 8 Whitewater 5, No. 9 Pewaukee 4
No. 7 East Troy 6, No. 10 Big Foot 5
Regional semifinals, May 23
No. 3 Portage 7, No. 6 Mauston 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 McFarland 6, No. 9 Madison Edgewood 0
No. 4 Sauk Prairie 4, No. 5 Adams-Friendship 1
No. 2 Evansville 7, No. 7 Mount Horeb 0
No. 5 Monroe 6, No. 4 Jefferson 4
No. 3 Edgerton 13, No. 6 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 3
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Beloit Turner 1, No. 8 Whitewater 0
No. 2 Delavan-Darien 12, No. 7 East Troy 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 McFarland 5, No. 4 Sauk Prairie 0
Regional finals, May 27
No. 2 Evansville 2, No. 3 Portage 0
No. 1 Beloit Turner 4, No. 5 Monroe 1
No. 2 Delavan-Darien 5, No. 3 Edgerton 2
Division 3
Sectional 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Frederic/Luck 4, No. 8 Unity 1
No. 7 Ladysmith 15, No. 10 Webster/Siren 0
No. 8 Neillsville/Granton 8, No. 9 St. Croix Central 1
No. 7 Stanley-Boyd 21, No. 10 Nekoosa 10
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Northwestern 9, No. 9 Frederic/Luck 1
No. 5 St. Croix Falls 8, No. 4 Cumberland 3
No. 3 Cameron 11, No. 6 Barron 0
No. 2 Spooner 9, No. 7 Ladysmith 0
No. 1 Bloomer 5, No. 8 Neillsville/Granton 1
No. 4 Prescott 4, No. 5 Stratford 0
No. 3 Elk Mound 5, No. 6 Durand 3
No. 2 Altoona 8, No. 7 Stanley-Boyd 0
Regional final, May 25
No. 1 Northwestern 12, No. 5 St. Croix Falls 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 3 Cameron 5, No. 2 Spooner 0
No. 1 Bloomer 2, No. 4 Prescott 0
No. 2 Altoona 5, No. 3 Elk Mound 3
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Wisconsin Dells 9, No. 8 Wautoma 2
No. 7 Cedar Grove-Belgium 16, No. 10 Racine St. Catherine’s 6
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 10 Winnebago Lutheran 3, No. 7 North Fond du Lac 1
No. 9 Oostburg 5, No. 8 Whitefish Bay Dominican 3
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Laconia 20, No. 9 Wisconsin Dells 0
No. 4 Mayville 4, No. 5 Lomira 2
No. 3 Campbellsport 12, No. 6 Westfield 2
No. 2 Random Lake 6, No. 7 Cedar Grove-Belgium 1
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 2 Poynette 12, No. 10 Winnebago Lutheran 2
No. 1 Shoreland Lutheran 15, No. 9 Oostburg 0
No. 4 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 8, No. 5 Watertown Luther Prep 2
No. 3 Glendale Martin Luther 9, No. 6 Kenosha St. Joseph 5
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Laconia 8, No. 4 Mayville 0
No. 3 Campbellsport 8, No. 2 Poynette 2
No. 2 Random Lake 10, No. 3 Glendale Martin Luther 0
Regional finals, May 27
No. 4 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 12, No. 1 Shoreland Lutheran 5
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 5, No. 8 Gillett/Suring 3
No. 7 Amherst 16, No. 10 Northland Pines 0
Regional semifinals, May 23
No. 3 Tomahawk 12, No. 6 Omro 0
No. 3 Southern Door 4, No. 6 New Holstein 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 7 Manitowoc Roncalli 5, No. 10 Kiel 2
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Oconto 11, No. 9 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 1
No. 4 Peshtigo 3, No. 5 Bonduel 2
No. 2 Weyauwega-Fremont 5, No. 7 Amherst 0
Regional quarterfinals, May 25
No. 8 Howards Grove 6, No. 9 Sturgeon Bay 0
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Brillion 5, No. 8 Howards Grove 1
No. 4 Kewaunee 4, No. 5 Valders 1
No. 2 Chilton 6, No. 7 Manitowoc Roncalli 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Oconto 6, No. 4 Peshtigo 4
No. 2 Weyauwega-Fremont 2, No. 3 Tomahawk 0
No. 4 Kewaunee 5, No. 1 Brillion 2
No. 3 Southern Door 10, No. 2 Chilton 0
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 8 Platteville 10, No. 9 Richland Center 0
No. 7 Lancaster 8, No. 10 Prairie du Chien 7
No. 10 Clinton at No. 7 Belleville
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 9 Lake Mills 4, No. 8 Waterloo 1
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 La Crosse Aquinas 3, No. 8 Platteville 0
No. 4 Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 6, No. 5 Westby 5
No. 3 Dodgeville 1, No. 6 Viroqua 0
No. 2 Arcadia 4, No. 7 Lancaster 3
No. 5 Palmyra-Eagle 11, No. 4 Brodhead 1
No. 6 Lakeside Lutheran 11, No. 3 River Valley 7
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Columbus 7, No. 9 Lake Mills 2
No. 2 Marshall 5, No. 10 Clinton 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 La Crosse Aquinas 2, No. 4 Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 1
No. 2 Arcadia 2, No. 3 Dodgeville 1
No. 1 Columbus 11, No. 5 Palmyra-Eagle 1
No. 2 Marshall 1, No. 6 Lakeside Lutheran 0
Division 4
Sectional 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 8 Boyceville 9, No. 9 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 1
No. 7 Glenwood City 15, No. 10 Cornell/Lake Holcombe 0
No. 8 Cadott 24, No. 9 Spring Valley 14
No. 7 Fall Creek 15, No. 10 Edgar 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Phillips 8, No. 8 Boyceville 0
No. 4 Flambeau 7, No. 5 Chequamegon 3
No. 3 Grantsburg 8, No. 6 Shell Lake 3
No. 2 Clayton/Turtle Lake 15, No. 7 Glenwood City 4
No. 1 Spencer 2, No. 8 Cadott 1 (8 inn.)
No. 4 Thorp 10, No. 5 Eau Claire Regis 2
No. 3 Athens 12, No. 6 Colfax 2
No. 2 Marathon 10, No. 7 Fall Creek 0
Regional finals, May 25
No. 4 Thorp 7, No. 1 Spencer 6
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Phillips 16, No. 4 Flambeau 6
No. 3 Grantsburg 7, No. 2 Clayton/Turtle Lake 1
No. 2 Marathon 5, No. 3 Athens 0
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Darlington 7, No. 8 River Ridge/Cassville 4
No. 10 Benton/Shullsburg 10, No. 7 New Glarus 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 8 Pardeeville 16, No. 9 Kenosha Christian Life 6
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Iowa-Grant 10, No. 9 Darlington 0
No. 4 Boscobel 6, No. 5 Fennimore 0
No. 3 Mineral Point 5, No. 6 Cuba City 4
No. 2 Wisconsin Heights 10, No. 10 Benton/Shullsburg 3
No. 4 Racine Lutheran 5, No. 5 Cambridge 2
No. 3 Deerfield 2, No. 6 Lake Country Lutheran 1
No. 2 Parkview 10, No. 7 Dodgeland 0
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Juda/Albany 15, No. 8 Pardeeville 2
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Iowa-Grant 2, No. 4 Boscobel 1
No. 2 Wisconsin Heights 11, No. 3 Mineral Point 7
No. 1 Juda/Abany 10, No. 4 Racine Lutheran 0
No. 2 Parkview 9, No. 3 Deerfield 0
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 8 Crandon 8, No. 9 Crivitz 6
No. 7 Laona/Wabeno 16, No. 10 Menominee Indian 1
Regional semifinals, May 23
No. 3 Algoma 5, No. 6 Neenah St. Mary Catholic 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 8 Gibraltar/Washington Island 15, No. 9 Stockbridge/Hilbert 5
No. 7 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 13, No. 10 Sheboygan Area Lutheran 2
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 4 Iola-Scandinavia 1, No. 5 Phelps/Three Lakes 0 (8 inn.)
No. 6 Manawa 15, No. 3 Rosholt 0
No. 2 Coleman 10, No. 7 Laona/Wabeno 0
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Shiocton 11, No. 8 Crandon 1
No. 1 Oshkosh Lourdes 10, No. 8 Gibraltar/Washington Island 0
No. 5 Manitowoc Roncalli 9, No. 4 Reedsville 3
No. 2 Mishicot 13, No. 7 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 1
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Shiocton 3, No. 4 Iola-Scandinavia 2 (9 inn.)
No. 2 Coleman 7, No. 6 Manawa 2
No. 1 Oshkosh Lourdes 12, No. 5 Manitowoc Lutheran 10
No. 3 Algoma 6, No. 2 Mishicot 0
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Melrose-Mindoro 10, No. 8 Whitehall 7
No. 8 Princeton/Green Lake 17, No. 9 Wayland Academy 2
No. 7 Montello 16, No. 10 Pittsville 1
Regional semifinals, May 23
No. 2 Onalaska Luther 18, No. 7 Eleva-Strum 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Cochrane-Fountain City 8, No. 9 Melrose-Mindoro 0
No. 5 Mondovi 7, No. 4 Brookwood 1
No. 3 Independence/Gilmanton 19, No. 6 Osseo-Fairchild 11
No. 1 Horicon 15, No. 8 Princeton/Green Lake 0
No. 4 Tri-County 4, No. 5 Necedah 3 (8 inn.)
No. 6 Auburndale 7, No. 3 Markesan 1
No. 2 Stevens Point Pacelli 10, No. 7 Montello 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Cochrane-Fountain City 11, No. 5 Mondovi 2
No. 2 Onalaska Luther 4, No. 3 Independence/Gilmanton 2
No. 1 Horicon 10, No. 4 Tri-County 0
No. 2 Stevens Point Pacelli 11, No. 6 Auburndale 3
Division 5
Sectional 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 8 Prentice 6, No. 9 Elmwood 5
No. 7 Clear Lake 9, No. 10 Rib Lake 2
No. 8 Mellen 17, No. 9 Bayfield 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Chippewa Falls McDonell 12, No. 8 Prentice 1
No. 4 Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran 4, No. 5 Prairie Farm 1
No. 3 Gilman 9, No. 6 Plum City 2
No. 2 Pepin/Alma 13, No. 7 Clear Lake 1
No. 1 Hurley 15, No. 8 Mellen 0
No. 4 Birchwood 4, No. 5 Northwood 0
No. 3 Bruce 11, No. 6 Solon Springs 2
No. 2 Drummond 18, No. 7 Butternut/Mercer 3
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Chippewa Falls McDonell 15, No. 4 Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran 0
No. 3 Gilman 15, No. 2 Pepin/Alma 12
No. 4 Birchwood 4, No. 1 Hurley 2
No. 3 Bruce 6, No. 2 Drummond 1
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 7 Potosi 15, No. 10 Pecatonica 0
No. 8 Monticello 18, No. 9 Faith Christian 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 8 Riverdale 7, No. 9 North Crawford 6
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 4 Barneveld 6, No. 5 Seneca 1
No. 6 Highland 4, No. 3 Wauzeka-Steuben 3
No. 2 Southwestern 11, No. 7 Potosi 4
No. 4 Argyle 2, No. 5 Burlington Catholic Central 1
No. 3 Black Hawk 8, No. 6 Fall River 7
No. 2 Williams Bay 5, No. 7 Hustisford 0
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Belmont 18, No. 8 Riverdale 3
No. 1 Johnson Creek 15, No. 8 Monticello 0
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Belmont 4, No. 4 Barneveld 2
No. 2 Southwestern 7, No. 6 Highland 2
No. 1 Johnson Creek 17, No. 4 Argyle 2
No. 3 Black Hawk 6, No. 2 Williams Bay 5
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 23

No. 9 Tigerton 17, No. 8 Florence 5
No. 7 Marion 17, No. 10 Pembine/Goodman 2
No. 9 Sevastopol 17, No. 8 Living Word Lutheran 6
No. 7 Green Bay NEW Lutheran 10, No. 10 Rio 0
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Wausaukee 15, No. 9 Tigerton 0
No. 5 Bowler 9, No. 4 Niagara 1
No. 3 St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 3, No. 6 Elcho 2
No. 7 Marion 3, No. 2 Gresham 2
No. 4 Cambria-Friesland 16, No. 5 Wild Rose 6
No. 3 Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 6, No. 6 Randolph 3
No. 2 Almond-Bancroft 5, No. 7 Green Bay NEW Lutheran 0
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 Oakfield 11, No. 9 Sevastopol 1
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Wausaukee 8, No. 5 Bowler 6
No. 3 St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 4, No. 7 Marion 1
No. 4 Cambria-Friesland at No. 1 Oakfield
No. 3 Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 5, No. 2 Almond-Bancroft 2
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 22

No. 10 Owen-Withee 17, No. 7 Port Edwards 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 23
No. 8 Marshfield Columbus Catholic 5, No. 9 Northland Lutheran/Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 1
Regional semifinals, May 23
No. 3 Greenwood 16, No. 6 Wausau Newman Catholic 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 24
No. 9 Royall 14, No. 8 Wonewoc-Center 3
No. 6 Hillsboro 6, No. 11 Kickapoo 5
No. 7 La Farge 7, No. 10 Weston 3
Regional semifinals, May 24
No. 1 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 16, No. 8 Marshfield Columbus Catholic 1
No. 4 Augusta 4, No. 5 Loyal 2
No. 2 Blair-Taylor 14, No. 10 Owen-Withee 0
No. 4 Cashton 12, No. 5 New Lisbon 2
Regional semifinals, May 25
No. 1 De Soto 16, No. 9 Royall 1
No. 3 Ithaca 10, No. 6 Hillsboro 0
No. 2 Bangor 13, No. 7 La Farge 0
Regional finals, May 25
No. 2 Blair-Taylor 6, No. 3 Greenwood 1
Regional finals, May 26
No. 1 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 9, No. 4 Augusta 0
No. 4 Cashton 4, No. 1 De Soto 1
No. 2 Bangor 4, No. 3 Ithaca 1

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Spencer softball wins twice at GT Slam Fest

Posted on 13 May 2017 by paul

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THORP – The Spencer softball team won a pair of games at the GT Slam Fest on Saturday.

The Rockets beat Thorp 4-1 and Athens 5-3 to extend their winning streak to 16 games.

Spencer’s Tiffany Meinders struck out six and allowed just one hit in the win over Thorp.

Courtney Buss, Jenna Schober, Sadie Mercier and Katie Fleischman each had two hits, and Schober had two RBIs in the victory.

Meinders also threw a complete game against Athens, striking out seven and walking just one.

Fleischman was 4-for-4 and scored twice, and Meinders had two hits and two RBIs for the Rockets.

“It was a great day of softball today,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “We were able to play pretty well against two very good teams. It is great to be in a tournament (hosted by Gilman and Thorp) like that before the playoffs.

“Katie Flieschman had a great day at the plate. She is having a terrific senior year. Tiffany pitched well and the defense was relatively solid behind her.”

Spencer is off until Thursday when it plays at Marshfield Columbus Catholic in its Cloverbelt Conference East Division finale. The Rockets will finish their regular-season at home Friday against Stratford.

Rockets 4, Cardinals 1
Thorp 000 010 0 – 1 1 3
Spencer 010 300 x – 4 9 2
WP:
Tiffany Meinders. LP: L. Tyznik.
SO: L. Tyznik (4 inn.) 3, K. Tyznik (2 inn.) 1; Meinders 6. BB: L. Tyznik 0, K. Tyznik 1; Meinders 3.
Top hitters: S, Sadie Mercier 2×3, run, RBI; Katie Fleischman 2×4, RBI; Courtney Buss 2×3, 2 runs; Jenna Schober 2×3, run, 2 RBIs; Cinnamin Harwood 2B.
Records: Thorp 11-7; Spencer 15-4.

Rockets 5, Bluejays 3
Spencer 201 101 0 – 5 11 2
Athens 201 000 0 – 3 7 2
WP:
Meinders. LP: Frick.
SO: Meinders 7; Frick 4. BB: Meinders 1; Frick 1.
Top hitters: S, Fleischman 4×4, 2 runs; Meinders 2×4, 2B, 2 RBIs; Schober 2B, RBI, run. A, Brooks 2×4; Boessl 2×3.
Records: Spencer 16-4; Athens 12-9.

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Spencer softball whips Colby, wraps up third-straight Cloverbelt East championship

Posted on 12 May 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – The Spencer softball team has clinched its third-straight Cloverbelt Conference East Division championship after whipping Colby 16-6 on Friday at Spencer High School.

Spencer is now 14-4 overall and 13-0 in the Cloverbelt East with one game remaining – at Marshfield Columbus Catholic next Thursday. Colby remains winless at 0-12 overall and 0-11 in the conference.

Spencer put the game away early, scoring 13 runs in the bottom of the first inning.

Cinnamin Harwood, Katie Fleischman and Courtney Buss each had two hits, and Harwood drove in four runs for the Rockets. Jenna Schober, Tiffany Meinders and Faith Bauer all had two RBIs for Spencer.

“I am very proud of this team for their accomplishment tonight,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “They have worked very hard to get here.”

Spencer will play in a tournament at Thorp on Saturday. The Rockets will play Thorp at 10 a.m., Athens at 2 p.m., and Marathon at 4 p.m. as it looks to extend its 14-game winning streak.

Rockets 16, Hornets 6
Colby 011 31 – 6 9 2
Spencer (13)00 21 – 16 11 3
WP:
Lexi Baehr. LP: Derrico.
SO: Derrico (1 inn.) 0, Hanson (3 inn.) 1; Tiffany Meinders (1 inn.) 1, Baehr (4 inn.) 2. BB: Derrico 6, Hanson 4; Meinders 0; Baehr 1.
Top hitters: C, Hanson 2×3, 3B; Bitter 2×3, 3B, 2 runs; Underwood 2×3, 2B; Goodwin 2B. S, Katie Fleischman 2×3, 2B, 2 runs; Cinnamin Harwood 2×2, 2 runs, 4 RBIs; Meinders 2 RBIs; Shaelee Neitzel 2 runs; Baehr 2 runs; Courtney Buss 2×3, 2B, 2 runs; Jenna Schober 2 RBIs; Faith Bauer 2 runs, 2 RBIs.
Records: Colby 0-12, 0-11 Cloverbelt East; Spencer 14-4, 13-0 Cloverbelt East.

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Spencer softball blanks Loyal, clinches share of Cloverbelt East crown

Posted on 11 May 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – The Spencer softball team clinched at least a tie for its third-straight Cloverbelt Conference East Division title with a 11-0 win over Loyal on Thursday at Spencer High School.

Spencer is now 13-4 overall and 12-0 in the Cloverbelt East with two games remaining – Friday at home against Colby and May 18 at Marshfield Columbus Catholic. Loyal drops to 5-6 and 5-4 in conference play.

The Rockets, winners of 13 straight games after starting the year 0-4, scored twice in the first inning, made it 6-0 with a three-run fourth, and finished off the game with a five-run sixth inning.

Tiffany Meinders tossed a six-hit, six-inning shutout, striking out three, and also went 3-for-3 with an RBI at the plate for the Rockets.

Jenna Schober was the big bat for Spencer, going 4-for-4 with a double, a home run and six RBIs.

Rockets 11, Greyhounds 0
Loyal 000 000 – 0 6 3
Spencer 201 305 – 11 12 1
WP:
Tiffany Meinders. LP: Rowley.
SO: Rowley (2 inn.) 0, Reinwand (3 inn.) 3, Braesener 0, Rayhorn 0; Meinders 3. BB: Rowley 1, Reinwand 2, Braesner 3, Rayhorn 0.
Top hitters: L, Wilke 2×3, 2B. S, Sadie Mercier 2×4; Cinnamin Harwood 2 BBs, 3 runs; Meinders 3×3, 2B, 2 runs, RBI; Lexi Baehr 2B, RBI; Courtney Buss 2 runs; Jenna Schober 4×4, 2B, HR, 6 RBIs.
Records: Loyal 5-6, 5-4 Cloverbelt Conference East Division; Spencer 13-4, 12-0 Cloverbelt East.

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Spencer softball whips Owen-Withee in doubleheader sweep

Posted on 09 May 2017 by paul

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OWEN – The Spencer softball team took a big step toward a possible third-straight Cloverbelt Conference East Division championship by sweeping a doubleheader at Owen-Withee on Tuesday.

The Rockets rolled to 11-0 and 14-1 victories and improve to 12-4 overall and 11-0 in the Cloverbelt East after moving their overall winning streak to 12. Owen-Withee is now 2-6 overall and in the conference.

Spencer, winners of 38 Cloverbelt East games in a row, can clinch a share of the conference title with a win at home over Loyal on Thursday. Spencer hosts Greenwood on Friday and finishes its conference schedule May 18 at Marshfield Columbus Catholic.

Tiffany Meinders and Lexi Baehr combined on a one-hit, five-inning shutout in Game 1 for the Rockets, combining for nine strikeouts and the duo did not walk a batter.

Sadie Mercier and Baehr each had three hits and two RBIs in the victory.

In Game 2, Meinders struck out six in four innings and added a home run, a single and three RBIs at the plate.

Mercier and Baehr also both had two hits, and Katie Fleischman drove in four runs in the victory.

Game 1
Rockets 11, Blackhawks 0
Spencer 503 03 – 11 15 0
Owen-Withee 000 00 – 0 1 3
WP:
Tiffany Meinders. LP: Faltiesck.
SO: Meinders (3 inn.) 6, Lexi Baehr (2 inn.) 3; Faltiesck 6. BB: Meinders 0, Baehr 0; Faltiesck 3.
Top hitters: S, Sadie Mercier 3×4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Katie Fleischman 2×4; Cinnamin Harwood 2B, 2 runs; Baehr 3×4, 2 2Bs, 2 RBIs; Courtney Buss 2 runs; Jenna Schober 2×3, 2 runs; Shaelee Neitzel 2 RBIs.

Game 2
Rockets 14, Blackhawks 1
Owen-Withee 000 10 – 1 4 3
Spencer 170 6x – 14 11 0
WP:
Meinders. LP: Flatiesck.
SO: Faltiesck 4; Meinders (4 inn.) 6, Baehr (1 inn.) 2. BB: Faltiesck 5; Meinders 1, Baehr 0.
Top hitters: OW; M. Simington RBI. S, Mercier 2×3, 2B, 3 runs; Fleischman 2B, 4 RBIs; Harwood 2 runs; Meinders 2×3, 2B, HR, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Baehr 2×2.
Records: Owen-Withee 2-6 overall and Cloverbelt East; Spencer 12-4, 11-0 Cloverbelt East.

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