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High School Football Scores
Friday 8/21
Neillsville 35  Prentice/Rib lake 6
Edgar 46   Chequamegon 0
Roshold 20  Phillips 0
The Rosholt Hornets used three Phillips Logger turn overs in the first half to score three touchdowns and go onto a 20-0 victory Friday night at Logger Camp. Rosholt scored on a 1 yard run by Logan Esker, a 11 yard run by Logan Esker and a 4 yard run by Sawyer Kurtzwell. 

Trailing 20-0 at half time the Phillips Loggers used a strong defense lead by Hunter Anderson and Marty Peterson to shut the Rosholt Hornets down.  Quarterback, Tanner Riley's rushing and throwing lead a Phillips attack that drove deep into Rosholt territory in the second half but could not cross the goal line.  
Rosholt now sports a 1-0 record and Phillips is 0-1 and will take on Elcho/White Lake next Thursday. 

Amery 13  Hayward 12
Abbotsford 61  Gilman 0
Hurley 68  Shell Lake 12
Lakeland 53  Rhinelander 7
Marahton 55  Pittsville 0
Northwestern 21  Ashland 14
Rice Lake 49  Medford 6
Stratford 21  Mosinee 14
Tomahawk 35  Auburndale 0
Unity 48  Ladysmith 16

State Baseball Tournament
June 17th @ Fox Cities Stadium
Ithaca 9  Rib Lake 0 (listen to game here)
Lake Country Lutheran 9  Chequamegon 3 (listen to game here)



Boys Baseball Sectional Finals
Chequamegon 4  Durand 2 (Chequamegon advances to state!)  Listen to game here
Rib Lake 6  Wausaukee 5 (Rib Lake advances to state!)

Boys Baseball - Sectional Semi-Finals
6/9/15 (games in progress....listen live)
Chequamegon 4  St. Croix Falls 2 (Final) (Listen to the game here)
Shell Lake 5  Butternut/Prentice 4 Final - 9 innings
Rib Lake 9  Pittsville 2

Boys Regional Final Baseball
Chequamegon 10  Phillips 0 (5 innings)
Butternut/Prentice 4  Washburn 3
Butternut/Prentice and Washburn battled for 8 innings in Butternut on Friday before B/P came away with a 4-3 win to claim the Regional Championship.
 Washburn scored first in the top of the 1st when Carlson drove in Olsen.  Bouchamp followed with it hit, but Carlson was thrown out at the plate to end the inning.  B/P tied the game when Taylor Brayton reached on an error and scored on Dakota’s Johnson’s hit, but could get no more that inning leaving the bases loaded.  In the top of the 3rd, Colt Logan struck out the first 2 batters, but then walked the next 3 before being relieved by Beau Merriman to end the rally.  Taylor Brayton came on in the 5th and gave up an unearned run  when Carrier reached on an error and later scored on Bouchamp’s single to give Washburn the 2-1 lead.  B/P left 2 on in the 6th, Washburn stranded 2 in the top of the 7th to set up the B/P rally in the bottom of the 7th.  Colt Logan lead off with a double, scored on an Alec Ulrich single, but the rally ended when Washburn turned a double play.
In the 8th, just as then night before, Washburn scored on an odd play.  With 2 outs and the bases loaded Bouchamp bunted hard down the first base line, eluding the tag of the pitcher, Brayton, and then the flip to first was bobbled with the runner safe and Powell scoring.  A second runner tried to sneak in on the play but was gunned down to end the inning.
In B/P’s half of the 8th, Dakota Johnson was walked, Titus Bowles HBP,  Erickson walked and on a wild pitch Johnson scored to tie the game.  Washburn went back to Carrier who started the game.  He struck out the next batter bringing the Colt Logan to the plate with runners on 2nd and 3rd.  With the infield drawn in and moving an out fielder in for a 5th fielder, Logan grounded up the middle, the throw to the plate was just a bit high and late as Hawkins scored the winning run.
 Colt Logan pitched 2-2/3, Merriman 1-1/3, and Brayton 4 innings for the win.  Carrier pitched well in the tough loss for Washburn.
 “Great game, very exciting.  It’s been a while for both Butternut and Prentice to claim a title.  The kids worked hard and never game up. This was our goal at the beginning of the season and they made it.  Now we need to raise the bar and see what we can do” 

Rib Lake 9  Loyal 3

Boys Baseball - Regionals
Chequamegon 10  Ladysmith 0 (6 innings)
Phillips 7  Hurley 3 (6 due to lightning) LISTEN TO GAME

The Phillips Loggers prevailed over the Hurley Midgets in Division 3 semi-regional action in baseball. The game was ended after six innings after a nearly one hour delay due to inclement weather.  The final score was 7-3 in favor of Phillips. Getting the win for Phillips was Trent Sauter who pitched 4 strong innings giving up 3 runs on  5 hits.  The save was recorded by Tyler Potter who faced the minimum of 6 batters in the final two innings and recorded 3 strikeouts.  Ryan Giannoi started the game off by slamming a two run homer to left field and the Loggers never trailed from that point. 
Hurley pitcher, Mitch Maki took the loss going up 7 runs on 6 hits. Mitch Maki and Steven Chavers each had two hits for the Hurley Midgets while Ronnie Nickel, Cole Hudtari, and Dannie Bender each picked up one hit each.

Butternut/Prentice 7  Solon Springs 3
Beau Merriman was 3-4 at the plate, and had 9 K’s in 4-2/3 innings on the mound, Taylor Brayton pitched the final 2-1/3 innings for the save to lead Butternut/Prentice over Solon Springs last night in Butternut.  Brant Johnson and Dakota Johnson each scored 2 runs. 

Girls Sectional Softball
Grantsburg 9  Phillips 2 (final)

Boys Regional Baseball
Phillips 6  Cornell/Lake Holcombe 4

Girls Regional Final Softball
Phillips 10  Hurley 5 (Listen to game here
Girls Regional Softball
Phillips 9  Ladysmith 1
The Phillips Loggers Girl's softball team advanced to the Regional Final by defeating Ladysmith by a score of 9-1. Winning pitcher was Moran Edwards who pitched a complete game. She gave up 1 run on two hits, struck out 9 while walking only 1.
Taking the loss for Ladysmith was Megan Dennis who gave up 9 runs on 8 hits. She struck out 1 and walked 4.Leading hitters for Phillips were Morgan Edwards who went 2 for 2 and Brooke Spacek who went 2 for 4. Hitting a long home run for Ladysmith was Makala Malec.
Defensively, centerfielder, Lorren Sauter, made two outstanding catches.

Boys Baseball
Butternut/Prentice 13  Mellen 10

Girls Regional Softball
Hurley 6   Chequamegon 4
A five-run Hurley second inning proved to be too much for the Chequamegon High School softball team to overcome as the fourth-seeded Midgets notched a 6-4 victory over the top-seeded Screaming Eagles on Wednesday, May 27, at the Park Falls Athletic Complex.
Chequamegon opened the scoring in the first with an RBI double by Morgan Hilgart, who then scored on a throwing error.
Hurley opened the second inning with a pair of singles and a fielder's choice which didn't net an out. After an RBI single, another fielder's choice loaded the bases ahead of Kirkie Pecotte's two-run double.
Danielle Masterson doubled in the third after two were out and scored on Megan Mader's RBI single.
Hurley added a run in the fifth on a solo home run by Paige Aho.
Remi Orr walked to lead off the Chequamegon sixth, Mackenzie Dane doubled and pinch runner Klaudia Swanson scored on a sacrifice fly by Kayla Herbst.
The Screaming Eagles were robbed of a two-run homer in the fifth inning and had the sixth and seventh innings end in line outs.
Chequamegon finished the season with a record of 17-8

Boys Baseball
Edgar 10  Butternut/Prentice 3

Regional Track
Chequamegon Boys and Girls Win Regional Titles!  Click HERE for results

Girls Regional Softball
Phillips 24  Washburn/Bayfield 0

Girls Softball
Northwestern 17, @Chequamegon 0

The Chequamegon High School softball team fanned seven times in five innings and managed only a single by Emily Mader in a 17-0 loss to Northwestern on Thursday, May 21, at the Park Falls Athletic Complex.
Northwestern rapped 17 hits, including six doubles, a triple and three home runs, blowing open a 2-0 game with four runs in the third inning and eight in the fourth.
Chequamegon finished the regular season with a record of 17-7.

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