SPASH won it's 19th consecutive Wisconsin Valley Conference title with a win over D.C. Everest on Tuesday afternoon. The final score was 11-1 behind a 14-hit attack highlighted by with doubles by Pavelski, Cherney and Lass who also homered for the winners
Poynette moved to 17-1 with a 10-3 win over Lakeside Lutheran as Mattie Bredeson got the win and ripped a liner over the leftfield fence for a two-run home run in the first inning. She got relief help from Casey Fountain who struck out four in an inning and a third. Poynette collected 10 hits in all with Lizzie Schwenn doing much of the damage to the Warriors. She tripled and had a pair of two strike liners to score runners RISP. No other Pumas had more than one hit as the seven other safeties including a double by Brianna Kowald were evenly distributed. "Mattie was pretty tough in the first two innings. Lakeside really swings the bats well and got to her a bit. Casey Fountain took control from the moment she entered the pitcher's circle for us," said Head Coach Bob Tomlinson. A big five-run fifth where the Warriors had two errors put things on ice. "If you hit it hard somewhere good things may take place," said the Poynette coach.
Highland handled River Ridge 16-1 on 11 hits and seven River Ridge errors.
Chequamegon 10, Drummond 0 (5)
Mackenzie Dane allowed just three hits and fanned 11 in Chequagon's 10-0 five-inning victory over visiting Drummond on Tuesday at the Park Falls Athletic Complex. The Screaming Eagles rapped 15 hits in the game. Chequamegon plated two runs in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Hannah Born and an RBI single by Kayla Herbst. Miranda Dane had a two-run single and Korrie Herbst had an RBI double in a four-run third. With a 6-0 lead, Allison Michels and Brooklyn Hanson singled to start the bottom of the fifth. After two were out, Borne hit a two-run single and scored on Kayla Herbst's triple. Miranda Dane ended the game via the run rule with an RBI double. The 13-4 Screaming Eagles will travel to Hurley for a 4:30 p.m. game on Thursday.
On Thursday Westosha Central took down Union Grove 6-0 in the first side of a twinbill while the second game was also won by Westosha Central with a score of 20-1.
At Wisconsin Heights the Vanguards had a chance to pull into a tie with Marshall with a win over the Cardinals but Marshall was the winner, this time 6-1 and clinched at least a tie with just two games to play. Taylor Pache was the winner for Marshall.