B/M (13-3) travel to Prentice on Monday, then host Phillips Thursday in match up of top seeds tuning up for Regional play. Cassy Bortz takes the loss giving up 14 runs (only 4 earned) on 11 hits , 4 walks and a season high 8 strikeouts. He also went 3-3 with 2 doubles at the plate. “We basically ran out of pitching at the end with all 3 girls nursing arm injuries. Offensively, the Pioneers pounded out 10 hits and 6 walks lead by Wegner and Cassy Bortz with 2 hits a piece. Wegner also helped her cause going 2-3 at the plate with a triple, stolen base and 2 RBI and 3 runs scored. Butternut Senior Riley Christian closed out his career with a big game, leading the way with 3 hits and defensively throwing out the only runner to attempt to steal on him. Mellen took 2nd beating Phelps in 2 sets 25-19, 25-13. Taylar Bortz and Taylar Weinberger also collected 2 hits a piece in the winning effort. Racine St. Catherine had 19 shots and Phillips had 11 shots. The Loggers were lead by Ashley Kilty who had three hits and Morgan Edwards, JoJo Baratka and Michaela Ericksen with two hits each. Jordan Metig’s place is 1st and has scored 18.00 team points. Hogland took the tough luck loss for Washburn. B/M (7-4, 8-8) host Solon Springs on Monday in their final regular season home game at 4:30, a battle for 2, A battle of conference leaders started out as just that between Butternut-Mercer and Hurley at Hurley last night, with Hurley leading 1-0 entering the bottom of the 3. . Taylor Bortz 11 pts, Gabby McCorison 9 pts, Danielle Koch 8, For Cheq. They increased their lead to 31-18 at halftime. 4 second-ranked Grantsburg scored two unearned runs in the top of the seventh inning to snap a 4-4 tie and held on for a 6-5 victory over the Chequamegon High School softball team on Saturday at the Gilman-Thorp SlamFest in Gilman. B/M (12-2,8-0) play Northland Pines Saturday at 11 in the Washburn tourney and at Prentice Monday. Logger JV came from behind to defeat Athens 2-1. Mackenzie Dane threw a four-hit shutout, fanning five, in the Screaming Eagles win at SlamFest. Carter Christian doubled on a looper down the right field line. Cassy pitched really strong up to that point keeping a pretty good hitting team in check”. Key hits were delivered by Dakota Holman and Hunter Schienebeck. She performed like a seasoned varsity setter. The Phillips Loggers cut into that lead when Cade Rose scored a goal with the assist going to Jed Miller on a corner kick. We’ve had different clutch hitters on a nightly basis. Leading Hitters: Elijah Zilke and Caleb Armstrong – 2 hits each. Approximate student strength in this school is 109. Brant Johnson took the loss. Div. Eva Pasewald checked Ashland on four hits, striking out seven, in an 18-1 five-inning victory for the Chequamegon Screaming Eagles’ softball team on Friday, May 4, at the Park Falls Athletic Complex. Chequamegon scored six runs over the final two innings to pull away. Mercer/Butternut 55 Washburn/Bayfield/South Shore 20, Stepenson, MI 44 Phillips 18 (Game Audio. Auburndale 39 Phillips 0 (Listten to game. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity went 3-0 . “The girls came ready to play. By the end of set three they started pulling everything together by getting passes to Taylar who was able to set our hitters for aggressive attacks.
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