COA News 2024


Here are Saturday’s high school sports results for the Appleton and Green Bay areas



Kimberly 7, La Crosse Aquinas 4

KIMBERLY – The Papermakers scored four runs in the first inning and added two in the third after the Blugolds closed within one run.

Brady Koester had three singles, including a double, and scored twice. Ben Johnston had two hits and drove in three runs. Teammate Brady Coons doubled.

Ayden Tomlinson threw the first four innings and picked up the win. He allowed three runs on three hits and one walk, while striking out six. Connor Olson pitched the final three innings, allowing one run on one hit while striking out three.

Tanner Peterson took the loss for Aquino.

Kewaunee 3, Green Bay Preble 2

KEWAUNEE – The Storm scored three runs in the third inning to overcome a 2-0 deficit and defeat the Hornets.

Brett Paulsen drove in two runs for Kewaunee.

Paulsen pitched the first three innings and allowed two unearned runs on three hits and one walk to get the win.

Brady Pribek pitched three hitless innings in relief, followed by one scoreless inning from Jackson Walecka.

Nate Wertel pitched three innings and allowed three unearned runs on three hits to take the loss for Green Bay Preble. Damian Wyckoff pitched three innings of one-hit relief.

Luxembourg-Casco 2-3, Wrightstown 1-2

WRIGHTSTOWN – The Spartans got a combined three-hitter from Drew Bandow and Jacob Coisman in the win over the Tigers in the first game of the doubleheader.

Bandow pitched five innings, allowing one unearned run on three hits and one walk, while striking out two. Coisman pitched the final two innings, allowing no baserunners to get the win.

Trevor Vande Hey started and allowed one run on two hits and two walks with three strikeouts for Wrightstown. Mason Driscoll replaced and gave up one run over two innings and was tagged with the loss.

In the second game, Luxemburg-Casco scored the winning run in the fifth inning.

Landon Derenne threw 4⅓ innings to get the win, giving up one run on four hits while striking out eight.

Aiden Humphreys took the loss for Wrightstown. He allowed two unmarked runs on one hit and one walk, while striking out seven.

Jack Severson had two hits, including a double, for Wrightstown. Trevor Vande Hey had two hits.

Liberty 4-7, Waupaca 2-9

FREEDOM – Carson Clausen scattered six hits over six innings to give the Irish the victory in the first game of the doubleheader against the Comets.

Clausen struck out twelve while walking only two. He also had two goals for Freedom. Pete Jochimsen had two hits.

Henry Williams took the loss for Waupaca, despite scattering six hits over six innings and striking out seven. He allowed only one walk.

Jay Nikolai scored two goals for Waupaca.

In the second game of the doubleheader, Waupaca scored six runs in the fifth inning en route to the win.

Cory Ellenich pitched 4⅓ innings with two hits to get the win for Waupaca.

Riley Bechard had three goals for the Comets.

Clausen made it close when he hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning. Freedom then loaded the bases, but couldn’t get the runners home.

Appleton East 8, Pulaski 5

APPLETON – Mason Winkler went 2-for-3 with two RBI and pitched four innings to get the win in the Patriots’ victory over the Red Raiders.

Danny Dieck and TJ Parker also scored two goals for Appleton East. Parker had a double.

Carson Whitton got the final out of the match thanks to Matt Bixler’s save.

Sturgeon Bay 7, Crandon 6

GILLETT – The Clippers scored six runs in the fifth inning after trailing 1-0, gave up five in the sixth inning and then scored the winning run in the seventh inning in the win over the Cardinals.

Brody Kollath, Daniel Lodl and Braylon Laroche each had two hits for Sturgeon Bay. Curt Meyer drove in a pair of runs and hit a double. Caleb Plzak also had a double.

Lodl pitched the final two innings and picked up the win.

Steurbaai 20, Gillett 9

GILLETT – The Clippers, who led 4-3 after two innings, scored 16 runs over the next three innings in the victory over the Tigers.

Sturgeon Bay scored the runs on 12 hits, four Gillett errors, eight hit batters and six walks.

Kollath had three hits and five RBI for Sturgeon Bay. Bryce Plzak had two hits, including a homerun, scored four runs and batted in two. Caleb Plzak scored three runs and batted in two. Trey Vanderleest scored three times. Patrick Haese, Garrett Ulberg, Curt Meyer and Rex Brusky each scored twice.

Dominic Tristani earned the win for Sturgeon Bay.

Bonduel 3, Norway, Michigan 2

BONDUEL – The Bears improved to 8-2 with the win over the Knights.

Charlie Tauchen started and threw five innings for Bonduel, allowing two runs on five hits.

Trailing 2-0, Bonduel got its first run in the fifth inning on a sacrifice fly by Easton Reinke.

In the seventh, Cade Johnson got a leadoff single, advanced to second base on a sacrifice and scored on Noah Weier’s single. Weier then scored the winning run on a single by Brodie Hartmann.

Johnson had two hits.

South door 4-8, Gibraltar/Washington Island 1-10

BRUSSELS – William Jandrin allowed one unearned run on six hits and one walk while pitching a complete game to lead the Eagles to victory over the Vikings in the first game of the doubleheader.

Nicholas Beck scored three goals for Southern Door. Braylon Berg and Gaige Geisel had two hits. Tyler Neinas drove in two runs.

Bennett Isaacson took the loss for Gibraltar/Washington Island.

In the second game, Gibraltar/Washington Island scored four runs in the fifth inning to overcome an 8-5 deficit and earn the win.

Braden Kita, Isaacson, Aaron Brey and Cameron Munao each had two goals for Gibraltar/Washington Island. Isaacson, Munao and Jaxin Lindgren each had a double.

Jandrin had three hits, including a triple, scored twice and drove in three runs for Southern Door. Neinas and Beck scored two goals.

Kita pitched the final 3⅔ innings to earn the victory for Gibraltar/Washington Island. He allowed one hit and struck out three.

Beck took the loss for Southern Door.


Green Bay Preble 10-14, Manitowoc Lincoln 0-0

GREEN BAY – Tenley Kuehn threw a one-hitter and struck out eight to lead the Hornets to victory over the Ships in the first game of the doubleheader.

Kuehn also had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI. Hannah Smith, Chloe Savage and Sam Foytik also scored two hits.

In the second game, Katie Geydoshek and Foytik both had three hits in Preble’s win.

Hannah Von Haden, Lauren Prigge, Sierra Krahn and Bella Umentum each had two goals for Preble.

Geydoshek and Prigge combined to throw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts.


Appleton East 3, Homestead 1

APPLETON – The Patriots got two goals from Addison Wreath in the win over the Highlanders.

Lydia Kubiak had two assists for Appleton East.

Appleton East’s third goal was an own goal.

Green Bay Southwest 0, River Falls 0

DE PERE – Gail Wery had a strong performance, making 15 saves for the Trojans in their tie against the Wildcats.

Anna Woolley had two saves for River Falls.

Green Bay Southwest 0, Onalaska 0 (Friday)

DE PERE – The Trojans’ Gail Wery made 10 saves to beat the Hilltoppers.

Mallory Meighan had five saves for Onalaska.


Middleton 12, Appleton United 10

MIDDLETON – Hans Ridlehoover and Ryder Hill each scored three goals in United’s loss to the Cardinals.

Luke Rheinheimer, Landon Larson, Anton Downs and Jaylen Kempfer also scored one goal for Appleton United.


Small Chute Gary Reybrock for invited guests



Little Chute took first place in the high jump, triple jump, discus and 400 meter relay and was able to clinch a championship by just over one point over Sheboygan North to win the title.

Little Chute’s Tyler Fischer won the 400 relay with teammates Casey Perz, Ronald Gomm and Carson Kerrigan with a time of :44.86. Fischer also won the triple jump with a jump of 40-11.5.

Freedom’s Noah Heimke won the long jump with a leap of 20-10.75 and teamed with Nixon Heimke, Andrew Sowinski and Jack Bonnet to win the 1,600 relay in 3:35.71.



Little Chute had three first-place finishes — Sierra Hoffman in the 100, Ashley Wilson in the 1,600 and Lauren Wegand in the 800 — and enough overall depth to win the girls title.

Lydia Merrick of Freedom conquered the hurdles, winning the 100 hurdles with a time of :15.75 and the 300 hurdles in :46.75. Merrick added a third first-place finish by winning the high jump at a height of 5-0.

Emma Nilson of Fox Valley Lutheran won the shot put with a put of 38-4.5 and the discus with a throw of 114-10. Sophia Wunderlich won the long jump with a jump of 33-6.25 and along with Annalize Patchett, Claire Fischer and Kristin Donart won the 1,600 relay in 4:22.89. Wunderlich and Patchett teamed with Mya Burleton and Amethyst Holmes to win the 400 relay in:51.80. Donart, Fischer, Madeline Zuelsdorf and Fischer won the 3,200 relay in 10:30.34.