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Nicolet's baseball team continued its strong start with a pair of one-run victories. 

Isaiah Glidden delivered a walk-off single to lift the Knights to a 5-4 win over Kewaskum on June 9 and a passed ball scored the winning run in a 2-1 victory over Homestead on June 10.

Down 3-0 to Kewaskum, the Knights scored once in the fourth and two more runs in the fifth to tie the game. Jack Hansen came in on a wild pitch in the sixth to put Nicolet up 4-3, but Kewaskum tied the game on an error in the seventh.

Ben Babisch led off the bottom of the seventh with a walk. Brayden Elliott reached on a bunt single and Jackson Mandella drew a walk to load the bases for Glidden, who singled to right to score Babisch with the winning run.

Glidden finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs and allowed three runs over four innings on the mound. Elliott and Sam Devorkin also had two hits. 

Nicolet entered the bottom of the sixth tied with Homestead at 1-1. Jaren Yoder reached on an error and moved to third on a sacrifice bunt and a fielder's choice and scored on a passed ball.

Schiff held Homestead down in the seventh to finish off a complete game. He allowed just two hits, struck out five and did not give up an earned run.

Whitefish Bay baseball

Whitefish Bay had just one game last week, but the Blue Dukes made the most of it, holding off a late rally for a 7-6 nonconference victory over Marquette on June 10.

The Blue Dukes (4-3) took a 4-2 lead with three runs on the third. Cade Garcia tied the game with an RBI double. Carson Kimple put Whitefish Bay in front with a run-scoring single and Luke Lamont made it 4-2 with a sacrifice fly.

After Garcia hit a sacrifice fly in the fifth, Kimple singled in a run and another run scored on an error to give the Blue Dukes a 7-2 lead.

Marquette pulled to within 7-6 in the seventh but Nathan Ebersole got a ground out to end the game with the tying run on first base. 

Kimple finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs and Garcia was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Jake Lukach and Alex Anthony each added a pair of hits.

Lamont started on the mound and allowed three earned runs over 4 2/3 innings. Garcia recorded two outs before giving way to Ebersole for the final 1 2/3 innings. 

Shorewood girls soccer

Shorewood had its season come to an end with a 5-0 loss to Catholic Memorial in a WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal June 8. 

The top-seeded Crusaders scored three first-half goals to take control against the fourth-seeded Greyhounds, which finished at 11-7-1 overall.

Shorewood baseball

The Greyhounds dropped two of three a week ago, opening with a 6-5 win over South Milwaukee on June 5 before losing 10-0 to South Milwaukee on June 6 and 2-0 to Pius XI on June 9.

Shorewood (7-7 overall, 3-4 Woodland East) trailed 5-0 to South Milwaukee on June 5 before rallying late for the win. Aaron Eimers brought the Greyhounds to within 5-2 in the sixth with a two-run single.

With two outs in the sixth, Shorewood struck for four runs to take the lead. Luis Roche singled home Calvin Snyder to cut it to 5-3. After a walk, Eimers drove in a pair with a single to left to tie the game. Eric Mueller then dropped down a successful squeeze bunt to plate Jack Schill with the go-ahead run.

Eli Rivera then pitched a scoreless seventh to seal the win, closing out a seven-inning performance in which he allowed just one earned run. 

Chris Zak held Pius XI to just one earned run with nine strikeouts over six innings, but the Greyhounds could not plate a run against the Popes. Zak also had two of Shorewood's five hits.

Brown Deer baseball

Brown Deer dropped a pair of games last week, losing 9-1 to Wauwatosa West on June 8 and 13-1 to Greenfield on June 9. 

The Falcons managed just two hits in both defeats.

Andrew Javoroski allowed three earned runs over five innings with three strikeouts against Tosa West. Noah Labonte pitched an inning in relief. 

John Labonte was 2-for-2 with a double in the loss to Greenfield. 

 

 

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