Bears' seventh inning breaks game open

AMHERST -- The Bonduel baseball team avenged their 6-2 loss to Weyauwega on Monday with a big 12-7 defeat of Amherst on Tuesday.

"It's always good to win, especially after a loss to Weyauwega we needed to win before the tournaments," said Bonduel coach Jim Reinke.

The Bears out hit the Falcons 13-5, but the score didn't show it real well, with the score 8-6 after the first six innings.

"Everytime we jumped out, they came back and each time we led, they answered," Reinke said.


Witt-Birn boys, Marion girls first at Chargers Invite

WITTENBERG -- The Wittenberg-Birnamwood track team hosted their last track invitational of the year, with the boys team winning overwhelmingly with 266 points, while Marion finished in second with 77 points.

Shiocton finished third with 49 points as Bowler finished with 41 points for fourth place. Tigerton finished in fifth place with 38 points and Menominee finihsed sixth with 28 points.

On the girls side, Marion finished first with 148 points, only seven points higher than second place Witt-Birn with 141.


Hawks run over former conference foe

The Shawano baseball team beat the Clintonville Truckers 10-0 in five innings Tuesday afternoon, in a game that was rescheduled from earlier in the season.

The two teams used to play each other twice a year in the Bay conference, but the Truckers now play in the Valley 8.

However, that doesn't mean the rivalry isn't as heated as ever.

Shawano scored five runs in the first inning, two in the third and three in the fifth, while they had solid pitching and excellent defense to hold the Truckers scoreless.


Gresham's Gondeck breaks personal best, team finishes fifth

IOLA -- Gresham, Tigerton and Menominee Indian track teams finished the Iola Track Meet on Monday, with Gresham's Ben Gondeck getting a personal record in the triple jump.

Gresham's Ben Gondeck finished the meet with a personal best jump of 39'6.5" in the triple jump.

The meet was rescheduled after one final was run Monday, May 6 before weather forced the postponement.

The Gresham boys team finished fifth overall with 48 points, while the girls team finished sixth with 53 points.


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