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Asher, Zoschke, and Gallardo-Ibarra Capture National Gymnastics Titles

Three Door County YMCA gymnasts won National Titles at the 2022 YMCA National Gymnastics Championships held in Toledo, Ohio June 21-26. 

 

Shaylyn Asher, Silver Excel gymnast in the child division captured her title on the vault with a score of 9.25. Amelia Zoschke, Excel Gold gymnast in the Junior A division captured the Floor title with a score 9.5. Teammate Anna Gallardo-Ibarra in the Junior B division earned her title on floor with a score of 9.4. 

 

Zoschke grabbed silver on the vault with an 8.9, and earned silver in the All-Around with a 36.75 out of a possible 40 points. Zoschke received bronze on the Balance Beam with a 9.3. Asher acquired a silver in the All-Around scoring 36.25.

 

Ten Striver Gymnasts made the journey to Toledo after qualifying throughout the competition season. The Striver Team came home with a total of 25 top ten performances. The girls represented Wisconsin and the Door County YMCA exhibiting all four core values of caring, respect, responsibility and honesty. Their integrity shined bright.

 

Placing in the Top Ten for the Door County YMCA Striver Team were:

Shaylyn Asher(Child Excel Silver- 1st vault, 2nd AA, 4th bars, 8th floor and beam (tie)

Evelynn Kelsey (Jr. A) Excel Silver-  4th vault(tie)

Keira Wesley (Senior) Excel Silver-  10th vault(tie)

Shylee Asher (Jr. B) Excel Gold- 6th bars, 10th floor

Portia Hah (Jr. B) Excel Gold-  3rd floor, 8th bars

Anna Gallardo-Ibarra (Jr. B) Excel Gold- 1st floor, 5th bars and vault (tie), 6th AA

Amelia Zoschke (Jr. A) Excel Gold- 1st floor, 2nd AA and vault, 3rd beam, 5th bars

Estelle Duerst (Child) Level 6- 7th floor (tie), 8th beam (tie)

Amira Anschutz (Jr. A) Level 6- 4th floor, 7th vault (tie), 8th bars (tie) 

 

The Striver Gymnastics Team is coached by Nikki Pollman, Gerritt DeJonge and Heather Haese.  

 

 

Shaylyn Asher

 

 

 

Amelia Zoschke

 

 

Anna Gallardo-Ibarra

Islanders take advantage of A's on 105.1 The GOAT

Washington Island did not need much help but got plenty of it in their 20-4 romp over Baileys Harbor on Sunday afternoon.

 

The Islanders scored the first runs in the first inning, six runs in the third, three more runs in the fourth, and three runs in the 5th. Many of the runs came via A's errors. The A's struggled to get on the base paths themselves after being held hitless through the first five innings before finally crossing the plate in the latter stages of the game. 

 

In other DCBL action, Maplewood broke up Sister Bay's winning streak with a 12-9 victory and Kolberg pounded West Jacksonport 14-3

Brewers capture series win vs. Jays

Rowdy Tellez hit two homers in the Milwaukee Brewers 10-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon.

 

Tellez hit his first dinger in the first inning to cut into a 3-0 Blue Jays lead and hit his second in the second inning to cap off a five-run frame. 

 

Andrew McCuthchen and Luis Urias capped off the scoring with run-producing at-bats in the sixth inning. Christian Yelich, Omar Narvaez, Willy Adames, and Jonathan Davis also registered RBI for the Brewers in the series clinching win. 


Rafters float past Rockers

The Green Bay Rockers waited until the ninth inning to reach the scoreboard but it was too late as they dropped the game to the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters 7-2.

 

There was no scoring at all until the seventh inning when the Rafters put two on the scoreboard. The Rafters would bat around in the eighth while putting up five runs, highlighted by a three straight bases-loaded walks.

 

The Rockers would score a pair in the ninth inning with Matt Scannell and Griffin Selby registering RBI singles.

Rattlers Make It Five Wins in a Row

Zavier Warren broke a 5-5 tie with a two-out, RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning to send the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers to a 6-5 win over the Quad Cities River Bandits Sunday afternoon at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  The win was the fifth in a row for Wisconsin.

 

Kolten Wong gave the Timber Rattlers (39-29 overall, 3-0 second half)a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning when he hit a lead-off home run.  Wong went 1-for-2 with a walk on Sunday in his second rehab appearance for the Milwaukee Brewers.  Wong played seven innings at second base in the game before leaving the game as planned.

Wisconsin added a run in the bottom of the second with a two-out rally.  Ethan Murray tripled, and Ashton McGee drew a walk.  Arbert Cipion singled to right to score Murray for a 2-0 lead.

Tyler Tolbert got the River Bandits (26-43, 0-3) back to even with a two-out, two-run home run in the top of the third. 

Tristan Peters crushed a long home run in the bottom of the fourth inning to put the Rattlers back in front.

Quad Cities took their first lead with a two-out, two-run single by Peyton Wilson in the top of the fifth inning. 

The Rattlers got the game back to even with a sacrifice fly by Joe Gray Jr in the bottom of the fifth.

Parker Bates hit a lead-off home run in the top of the seventh inning and the River Bandits retook the lead.

Cipion started the Wisconsin rally in the seventh with a single and steal of second base with one out.  Jose Acosta, pinch-hitting for Wong, drew a walk.  Then, the duo pulled off a double steal.  Tyler Black drove in Cipion with the tying run with a sacrifice.

The game appeared to be heading to the ninth inning tied after Ruben Ramirez retired the first two Timber Rattlers he faced in the bottom of the eighth.  Peters had other ideas as he lined a double off the wall in right to extend the inning.  Warren fell behind 0-2 in the count but lined a single up the middle that glanced off the glove of Tolbert, the shortstop, trying to make a diving stop of the ball.  Peters raced home and scored without a play for a 6-5 lead.

Cam Robinson pitched a perfect ninth inning with two strikeouts to close out the win.  Robinson leads Minor League Baseball in saves with seventeen.  He picked up saves in three of Wisconsin’s five wins in the series.

It was a bullpen day for both teams.  Wisconsin used six pitchers in the game while Quad Cities used five.

The Timber Rattlers are 15-3 against the River Bandits this season.

 

The Timber Rattlers are off on Monday.  They return to action on Tuesday with game one of a six-game series against the Cedar Rapids Kernels at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Zach Mort (3-2, 4.38) is the scheduled starting pitcher for Wisconsin.  The Kernels have named Brent Headrick (7-2, 2.48) as their starter.  Game time is 6:40pm.

Washington Island hosts Baileys Harbor on 105.1 The GOAT

The Baileys Harbor A's and 105.1 The GOAT will take the ferry for a Sunday Funday against Washington Island.

 

The A's remain winless on the season after they were shut out by DCBL-leading Kolberg 12-0 last week. 

 

The Islanders saw West Jacksonport leapfrog them in the standings when the Ports beat them 7-5. Caleb Cornell leads the Islanders in hitting with a .394 average, which is good for fifth in the DCBL.

 

Quinn Struck and Jacob Nate will have the call from the island beginning at 1 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 1:30 p.m.

 

Other DCBL games scheduled for Sunday include West Jacksonport heading to Kolberg and Maplewood visiting Sister Bay.

 

Rockers hold off Rafters

The Green Bay Rockers held off one final rally to beat the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters Saturday night 5-4.

 

The Rockers collected single tallies in the first, second, third, fifth, and sixth innings offensively. Collier Cranford and Tristin Garcia led the way with each garnering two hits while Griffin Selby homered in the victory.

 

The Rafters scored runs in the eighth and ninth innings, but it was not enough as the Rockers got back into the win column.

Wisconsin Wins Fourth Straight with 5-3 Victory

Joe Gray Jr went 3-for-4 with two homers, a double, and three RBI while Antoine Kelly pitched seven very strong innings to lead the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers to a 5-3 victory over the Quad Cities River Bandits Saturday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.

 

Kolten Wong started the bottom of the first inning by reaching on an error.  Then, Tyler Black lined a double to right and Wisconsin (38-39 overall, 2-0 second half) had runners at second and third.  Quad Cities starting pitcher Noah Cameron committed a balk before he threw the next pitch to let Wong score the first run of the game.  Wes Clarke cashed in Black with a single to right for the 2-0 lead.

Juan Carlos Negret hit a two-run home run with two outs in the top of the second inning for the River Bandits (26-42, 0-2) to tie the game.

Gray put the Rattlers back into the lead with a lead-off home run in the bottom of the fourth.  Gray’s eighth home run of the season cleared the wall in left and the Rattlers were up 3-2.

Then, he added to the Wisconsin lead with a two-out solo home run in the bottom of the sixth.  This was Gray’s second two-homer game as a pro.  He had previously hit two home runs against the River Bandits at Modern Woodmen Park on August 25, 2021.

Kelly went on an amazing strikeout streak over his final three innings.  He retired Parker Bates on a grounder to first for the first out of the fifth.  Kelly proceeded to strike out the next seven batters he faced.  Negret broke up the streak with a two-out single in the seventh.  Then, Kelly struck out Bates to end the seventh.

The strikeout to Bates ended Kelly’s night.  He allowed two runs on five hits with one walk and nine strikeouts.  The seven-inning performance was the longest of Kelly’s pro career.  Kelly has also taken over the Midwest League lead in strikeouts.  He has 93 strikeouts over 71-2/3 innings pitched this season.

Joey Matulovich worked a 1-2-3 eighth inning in relief of Kelly.

The Rattlers added a run in the bottom of the eighth.  Tristan Peters doubled with one out.  Gray stepped to the plate with two outs and cracked a double to left-center to score Peters for a 5-2 lead.


James Meeker got the call in the top of the ninth inning to close out the game for his fifth save, but it was not easy.  Meeker walked two of the first three batters he faced.  Morgan McCullough singled through the right side of the infield to score the first run of the inning.  Then, Meeker hit Negret to load the bases.  Burle Dixon took over as a pinch runner for Negret at first base as the potential go-ahead run.

Bates flew out to shallow left for the second out and none of the runners could try to advance.

Rubendy Jacquez was next, and he sent a sharp grounder up the middle.  Shortstop Ethan Murray ranged over to make the play, but the ball took a hop and hit off the chest of Murray.  The ball deflected to second baseman Jose Acosta, who was heading to the base to cover for the force play.  Instead, Acosta picked up the ball himself and barely beat Dixon to the bag for the final out and Wisconsin’s fourth win in a row.

Wong went 0-for-4 with a run scored in the first game of his rehab assignment.  He is also slated to play for Wisconsin again on Sunday afternoon.

 

Saturday’s Star Wars jerseys are available in an online auction at this link.  Half of the jerseys are in an auction that ends on Sunday evening at 6:30pm.  The other half of these jerseys are in an auction that ends at 7:00pm on Sunday.  Proceeds from the Star Wars jersey auction will go to Make-A-Wish Wisconsin from Timber Rattlers Give Back.

 

The final game of the series is set for Sunday afternoon.  Russell Smith (1-4, 5.49) has been named as the starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Eric Skoglund (0-0, 3.86) is set to start for the River Bandits.  Game time is 1:10pm.

Egg Harbor hammers Institute 14-1 on 105.1 The Goat

The Egg Harbor Indians scored four runs in the second inning and never looked back in a 14-1 drubbing of the Institute Cubs Friday Night in Door County League action.  

 

The visiting Indians added two more runs in the third inning on an RBI single by Anthony Moore and an error to increase the lead to 6-0.

 

Moore finished with three RBIs and Riley Spetz added two more to lead the Indian attack. 

 

Egg Harbor salted the game away in the top of the seventh with six more runs.  

 

Institute managed to pick up its lone run in the seventh inning on an RBI single by Ethan Kroll.

 

Starting pitcher Tyler Seibert went only two innings for the Indians and left the game due to an injury.  Alex Byrne came in to pitch three scoreless innings to pick up the win.

 

Will Hartman took the loss for the Cubs who drop to 2-6, while the Indians improve to 3-5 in the standings.

 

The next broadcast on 105.1 The Goat and New Radio Sports Network will be Sunday afternoon from Washington Island as the Islanders host the Baileys Harbor A's.  Quinn Stuck and Jacob Nate will have the call with the pregame starting at 1 pm and first pitch scheduled for 1:30 pm.  

Glory prevails over Lions

The Green Bay Glory scored a tally in the first half in two in the second to beat the St. Louis Lions 3-0 in Ashwaubenon Friday night.

 

Maya Alberts opened the scoring at the 15-minute mark to put the Glory up 1-0, which proved to be the game-winner.

 

The Glory would find the back of the net in the 61st minute with Skylar Prentice added another goal to her ledger this season. Ellie Behnke scored an insurance goal just three minutes later. 

Acosta and Robinson Get Rattlers a Win to Open Second Half Brewers; Kolten Wong set to make rehab appearances Saturday and Sunday

Jose Acosta’s eighth-inning homer broke a 3-3 tie and Cam Robinson got the last five outs of the game to send the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers to a 4-3 victory over the Quad Cities River Bandits in the first game of the second half of the Midwest League schedule.

There was big news announced after the game by Wisconsin Timber Rattlers manager Joe Ayrault while recording the postgame podcast.  Ayrault announced that Milwaukee Brewers infielder Kolten Wong will be in the Wisconsin lineup on Saturday night.  It was confirmed after the game that Wong will be Wisconsin’s designated hitter on Saturday night when the teams meet at 6:40pm.  He is also set to play second base for the Timber Rattlers when Wisconsin and Quad Cities wrap up the series at 1:10pm on Sunday afternoon.

Tickets for Saturday and Sunday are available on the Timber Rattlers website.

 

In Friday’s game action, Dillan Shrum hit a lead-off home run in the top of the second inning and the River Bandits (26-41 overall, 0-1 second half) had a 1-0 lead.

 

Wisconsin’s bats were quiet after a lead-off single by Tyler Black in the bottom of the first.  Quad Cities starting pitcher Charlie Neuweiler retired the next eleven batters in a row.

That streak was snapped by a two-out single by Wes Clarke in the bottom of the fourth.  Joe Gray Jr was next, and he lined a single to center.  Then, Ethan Murray followed with a double off the wall in left to score both Clarke and Gray to put the Rattlers (37-29, 1-0) up 2-1.  Ashton McGee delivered a single for the fourth straight two-out hit and Murray scored for a 3-1 lead.

Quad Cities tied the game in the top of the sixth inning.  Kale Emshoff and Shrum both singled with one out.  Wisconsin starting pitcher Justin Jarvis reached 100 pitches on the single by Shrum and left the game.

Zach King took over for Jarvis and issued a walk to load the bases.  Juan Carlos Negret lined the next pitch down the line in left for the two-run double.  King held the line after that, and the game stayed tied 3-3.

The Timber Rattlers went back in front in the bottom of the seventh.  Jose Acosta hit a long, solo home run to right with two outs and Wisconsin was up 4-3.


The River Bandits threatened in the top of the eighth with back-to-back singles with one out in the eighth by Shrum and Morgan McCullough off Robbie Baker.  The call went to Wisconsin closer Cam Robinson to get out of the jam.

Robinson closed out the eighth with back-to-back strikeouts to strand the runners and maintain the lead. 

In the top of the ninth, Diego Hernandez singled with one away to bring the lead run to the plate in the form of Luca Tresh.  Robinson got Tresh to send a grounder up the middle.  Acosta ranged over from second to field the ball, step on second, and fire to first to complete a game-ending double play.

Robinson was credited with his sixteenth save of the season.  He leads all levels of Minor League Baseball in saves.

 

Game five of the series is Saturday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Antoine Kelly (1-3, 3.34) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Noah Cameron (2-0, 3.00) is set to start for the River Bandits.  Game time is 6:40pm.

Packers set training camp schedule

For the first time since 2019, your kids will be able to bring their bikes to Green Bay Packers Training Camp.

 

The Packers made the announcement earlier this week, posting this on their website:

 

Wednesday, July 27. It will be the first of three open practices in four days as part of the opening week (July 28, 30).

 

The Packers will open the second week with three open practices (Aug. 1-2, 4) before Family Night takes place at Lambeau Field on Friday, Aug. 5. Green Bay will have three open practices (Aug. 7-8, 10) before the first preseason game on Aug. 12 at the San Francisco 49ers.

 

Green Bay will finish off the open sessions of training camp with two joint practices (Aug. 16-17) with New Orleans, before facing the Saints at Lambeau Field on Aug. 19.

 

The Packers go on the road for the third and final preseason game at the Kansas City Chiefs on Aug. 25.

 

Rookie players will first report on July 22nd while the veterans will report a few days later. 

 

Green Bay Packers Family Night is scheduled for August 5th.

Rockers' comeback bid comes up short

After giving up a big run, the Green Bay Rockers could not muster enough runs to make it all the way back in a 6-4 loss to the Wausau Woodchucks on Thursday.

 

An Owen Jackson RBI single got the Rockers on the scoreboard first, only to see the Woodchucks tie it up at their next opportunity. The Woodchucks would put up five runs in what proved to be a decisive fourth inning. Tim Conway dealt the game's biggest blow with a home run.

 

The Rockers put up single tallies in the seventh and eighth innings but they could get no closer.

 

The two teams will meet up again Friday night, shifting the series to Wausau for a 6:35 p.m. start.

Woodruff Sharp in Rehab Start as Rattlers Win

Milwaukee Brewers starter Brandon Woodruff allowed one run over five innings in a rehabilitation start for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Thursday night in front of 5,733 fans at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  The Rattlers gave the fans a bonus with a 3-1 victory over the Quad Cities River Bandits.


Woodruff retired the first twelve River Bandits he faced.
 

The Timber Rattlers (36-29) scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to take the lead.  Mike Brosseau, who was playing the third game of his rehab assignment from the Brewers, and Tristan Peters singled to put runners on the corners with no outs.  Joe Gray Jr drove in Brosseau with a sacrifice fly.  Then, Darrien Miller cracked a two-run home run.  The homer was Miller’s fourth of the season.


Quad Cities (27-39) got on the board in the top of the fifth.  Kale Emshoff hit the first pitch he saw from Woodruff over the wall in center for his tenth home run of the season. 

Woodruff retired the next two batters in the fifth before giving up a walk and a single.  Woodruff closed out the inning with a strikeout on a 2-2 pitch.  Woodruff threw 74 pitches – 48 for strikes – over his five innings of work.  He allowed a run on two hits and struck out seven.

The Brewers rehabilitation assignments weren’t done.  Trevor Gott, making his second rehab appearance of the series, pitched a 1-2-3 top of the sixth inning with a strikeout.

Christian Tripp was next up out of the bullpen for the Timber Rattlers, and he worked a perfect seventh.  However, a double and a walk to start the eighth inning was the end of the night for Tripp.

James Meeker was called into the game and got the first out on a sacrifice bunt that moved both runners into scoring position.  Meeker got the second out on a strikeout and stranded both runners on a flyout.

Meeker nailed down the save with a scoreless ninth inning.  It was his fourth save of the season.
 

Game four of the series is Friday night and it is also the first game of the second half of the Midwest League season.  Justin Jarvis (5-3, 4.04) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Quad Cities has named Charlie Neuweiler (4-5, 5.19) as their starter.  Game time is 6:40pm.

WIAA winter sports poised for changes

You could see a number of changes this winter depending on the vote of the WIAA Board of Control on Wednesday.

 

Travis Wilson from the Wisconsin Sports Network outlined a number of the changes that basketball could see depending on how the vote goes. 

 

 

 

Win not in the Cards for Brewers

A Willy Adames homer was the only offense the Milwaukee Brewers could muster in their 6-2 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday.

 

The homer came in the bottom of the first to tie the game at 2-2. Nolan Gorman would continue his big night with the game-winning home run in the top of the fourth run. He went 4-4 with four RBI and two homers on the night. 

 

Jack Flaherty did not last long as he gave up the two-run homer and three hits during his three innings of work. The bullpen wrapped up the game with six innings of scoreless, one-hit baseball.

 

The two teams meet again at American Family Field at 7:10 p.m.

Rockers' bats fall silent at Lakeshore

The Green Bay Rockers were limited offensively for the second night in a row as they lost to the Lakeshore Chinooks 9-1 in seven innings Tuesday night.

 

The Rockers were down 4-0 when they tallied their only run on a Brendan Ryan sacrifice fly. The inning also featured the only two hits for the Rockers on the evening. The Chinooks used three pitchers to stump the Rockers for seven innings, striking out five in the process. 

 

Josh Johnson and Tony Livermore each had two RBI for the Chinooks.

 

The Rockers will try for the win Wednesday night when they finish the home and home series against the Chinooks at Capital Credit Union Park at 6:35 p.m.

Quad Cities Cracks Wisconsin

The Quad Cities River Bandits had eighteen hits and scored in seven of the nine innings to defeat the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 13-5 Tuesday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Luca Tresh led Quad Cities with four hits, including two doubles and a triple, and three RBI.

 

The River Bandits (26-38) scored in the first inning.  Tyler Tolbert doubled to start the game and moved to third on a single by Luca Tresh.  Diego Hernandez grounded into a force play at second to get Tolbert home for a 1-0 lead.

The Timber Rattlers (34-29) evened the score in the third.  Tyler Black singled to start the inning.  Tristan Peters singled with one out to send Black to third.  An errant pickoff throw to first by reliever Chase Wallace allowed Black to score the tying run.

Black had four of Wisconsin’s seven hits.  He had two doubles, two singles, reached on a hit batsman, scored twice, and drove in one run.  Tuesday night was Black’s second four-hit game of his professional career.  He had also four hits with the Carolina Mudcats on September 19, 2021.

Hernandez put Quad Cities back in the lead in the top of the fourth with a long home run to right-center.  Hernandez his fourth home run of the season on the second pitch of the inning.

Wisconsin charged to the lead with three runs in the bottom of the fourth.  Darrien Miller was hit by a pitch and Ethan Murray singled.  Then, Ashton McGee tripled in both runners.  Black doubled one out later to send McGee home for a 4-2 lead.

Quad Cities went back in front in the top of the fifth against Trevor Gott, who was on a rehab assignment for the Milwaukee Brewers.  Burle Dixon started the inning with a double and Tolbert followed with a single.  Then, Tolbert stole second base.  Luca Tresh doubled to center to score both runners to tie the game. Kale Emshoff drove in Tresh with a single and the Bandits were up 5-4.

Dixon doubled in a run with two outs in the top of the sixth inning off Joey Matulovich to extend the River Bandits lead.

Black was hit by a pitch in the bottom of the sixth and Peters drew a walk to bring Mike Brosseau, who was also on a rehab appearance for the Brewers, to the plate.  Two wild pitches by reliever Parker Harm let Black come around to score and send Peters to third.  Brosseau drew a walk to put runners at the corners with one out, but that was as close as the Rattlers would get.  Reliever Ruben Ramirez retired the next two batters to keep the River Bandits up 6-5.  The Quad Cities bats went to work after that.

In the seventh, Herard Gonzalez hit a two-run home run with two outs.

In the eighth, the first five Bandits to hit in the inning reached base with four crossing home plate.  Dixon had a two-run single.  Tolbert and Tresh had back-to-back RBI triples to cap the inning.

In the ninth, Hernandez had an RBI double with two outs.  Quad Cities went 10-fof-22 with runners in scoring position in the game.

Wisconsin’s offense had one hit after the fifth inning.  The Rattlers stranded eleven runners and were 2-for-14 with runners in scoring position on Tuesday night.

The loss was the sixth in a row for the Timber Rattlers.

Brosseau was 0-for-2 with two walks for Wisconsin.  He played six innings in the field before leaving as scheduled.  He will be back at third base for the Rattlers again on Wednesday night.

 

The second game of the series is Wednesday night at Neuroscience Group Field.  Zach Mort (3-2, 5.06) is set to be the starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Rylan Kaufman (1-3, 5.28) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the River Bandits.  Game time is 6:40pm.

Local basketball teams get look at future

The Gibraltar basketball team was able to get into the win column a few times over the weekend as they got to see what life would be like without Packerland Player of the Year Sam Lindenberg and head coach Justin Burress.

 

Southern Door, Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay also competed in the tournament that took place over the weekend. Below are the results from Mark Miller of the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook:

 

GIBRALTAR

Pools M/N Title Game: Pacelli 59, Gibraltar 50. Jaydon Awe with 22 points and Logan Mayer with 16 for Pacelli. Carl Burgess with 16 for Gibraltar.

 

Final: Gibraltar 55, Kaukauna White 51. Sitte with 16 and Will Freidenfels with 15 for Gibraltar. Roehrig with 18 for Kaukauna.

 

Final: Gibraltar 35, Green Bay West 33. Will Friedenfels with 19 for Gibraltar. Brandon Wilson with 14 for Green Bay West.

 

Final: Gibraltar 47, Lourdes Academy 45. Will Friedenfels with 16 for Gibraltar. JJ McKellips with 25 and 5 triples for Lourdes.

 

SOUTHERN DOOR

Final: Little Chute 50, Southern Door 42. Cal Maronek had 15 for Little Chute. Drew Daoust had 22 for Southern Door.

 

Final: Saint Mary’s Springs 48, Southern Door 45. Lucas Rameker with 16 for Springs. Drew Daoust with 23 for Southern Door.

 

Final: Kiel 53, Southern Door 29. Pierce Arenz with 15 for Kiel. Jared Hawkey with nine for Southern Door.

 

Final: Southern Door 33, Darlington 31. Drew Daoust with 23 for Southern Door. Carver Fitzsimons with 11 for Darlington.

 

STURGEON BAY

Final: Saint Mary Catholic 44, Sturgeon Bay 20. Danny Griffith with 11 and Cole Uhlenbrauck with 10 for Saint Mary Catholic.

 

Final: Marshall 56, Sturgeon Bay 35. Kenyon Miggins with 26 for Marshall. Isaak Aune had 17 for Sturgeon Bay.

 

Final: Sturgeon Bay 36, Kewaunee 24. Isaak Aune with 11 for Sturgeon Bay. Cal Ihlenfeldt had 8 got Kewaunee.

 

Final: Sturgeon Bay 42, Arcadia 22. Isaak Aune with 18 for Sturgeon Bay. Connor Weltzien had nine for Arcadia.

 

KEWAUNEE

Final: Kewaunee 38, Marshall 31. Thomas Stengel and Cal Ihlenfeldt with 11 points each for Kewaunee.

 

Final: Sturgeon Bay 36, Kewaunee 24. Isaak Aune with 11 for Sturgeon Bay. Cal Ihlenfeldt had 8 got Kewaunee.

Final: Kewaunee 58, Arcadia 29. Thomas Stangel with 19 for Kewaunee.

 

Final: Saint Mary Catholic 65, Kewaunee 43. Danny Griffith with 18 points for Saint Mary Catholic. Cal Ihlenfeldt with 16 for Kewaunee.

 

 

 

Second inning does in Rockers vs. Pit Spitters

The Green Bay Rockers saw the Traverse City Pit Spitters bat around in the second inning en route to a 7-2 road loss on Monday.

 

Ten batters came up to bat in the decisive inning with Trey Truitt delivering the big blow with a two-run homer. 

 

The two teams each got a tally in the fourth inning with the Rockers' Brendan Ryan driving in the run with a single. The Rockers would also score a run in the ninth inning when Owen Jackson drove in Tristin Garcia with a double.

 

Logan Berrier took the loss, giving up six runs over 1 2/3 innings.

 

The Rockers are back in action Tuesday night as they battle against the Lakeshore Chinooks on the road.

Taylor's knock separates Brewers from Cardinals

With one swing of the bat, the Milwaukee Brewers added some padding to their NL Central lead with a 2-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday.

 

Corbin Burnes looked like the reigning Cy Young Award winner, tossing seven innings of shutout ball with two hits allowed and 10 strikeouts. Devin Williams and Josh Hader closed things out for the Brewers.

 

Miles Mikolas was almost as good, but a fifth-inning homer by Tyrone Taylor was all the offense the Brewers would need to topple their NL Central rivals.

 

The two teams meet again at American Family Field at 6:10 p.m.

Three Milwaukee Brewers Rehabs for the Rattlers This Week

The Milwaukee Brewers have announced that Brandon Woodruff will make a rehabilitation start for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers on Thursday, June 23 at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Infielder Mike Brosseau and relief pitcher Trevor Gott are scheduled to start rehab assignments with Wisconsin on Tuesday.  The Timber Rattlers host the Quad Cities River Bandits with a scheduled start time of 6:40pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Woodruff, a two-time National League All-Star, has been on Milwaukee’s Injured List since May 30 after leaving a start at St. Louis on May 27 with a sprained ankle.  Woodruff made a rehabilitation start for the Nashville Sounds at Memphis on June 18 and allowed a run on two hits with seven strikeouts over 2-2/3 innings in a Triple-A game.

West Jacksonport tops the Island 7-5 on 105.1 The Goat

The West Jacksonport Ports held on for a 7-5 victory over the Washington Island Islanders on Sunday afternoon in Door County Baseball League action. 

 

Both teams didn't score in the first inning, but the Ports struck first with 2 runs in the bottom of the second.

 

Islanders came back and scored a run in the top of the third.  Followed up by three runs in the 4th inning to take a 4-2 lead.

 

Ports came back and scored 3 in the bottom of the 4th to retake the lead and make it a 5-4 game.  

 

The Ports added two more runs in the 7th to make it a 7-2 game then the Islanders came back and scored a couple in the 5th to make it 7-5 which would end up being the final score to the game.  

 

Both teams were able to move running around the bases but the Ports took advantage of a few loaded bases opportunities and were able to bring in a couple more runs to take this game.

Brewers sweep Reds

Hunter Renfroe homered for the third consecutive game leading the Milwaukee Brewers to 6-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds Sunday afternoon.  The Brewers were able to sweep the three-game series behind starting pitcher Adrian Howser (4-7) who went six innings allowing three runs on four hits while striking out five.  The Milwaukee bullpen closed out the game with three scoreless innings and Devin  Williams picking up his fifth save of the season.

 

Victor Caratini hit a two-run home run for the Brewers in the fourth inning to get the Brew Crew going and Andrew McCutchen had two hits and scored two runs to help the Milwaukee cause.

 

The Brewers (38-30) are now tied with the St. Louis Cardinals for first place in the NL Central and start a four-game series with the Redbirds Monday night.  First pitch is set for 7:05 pm from American Family Field. 

Legion baseball: Lakers beat Notre Dame/Southwest, face Denmark Monday

Friday night the Kewaunee County Lakers took on the Notre Dame/Southwest legion. The Lakers were victorious with a 11-3 win. Caleb Schaller was the winning pitcher. Schaller gave up 2 hits in 5 innings with 6 strikeouts, Blake Robillard pitched the last 2 innings in relief. Leading the Lakers in hitting was Owen Deprez, Blake Robillard and Owen Carlson, they each had 2 hits, will they all had 3 RBIs. The Lakers will be in action again Monday night as the Denmark Legion comes to town.

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