Thunder softball off to a good start Team is 4-0 overall; 3-0 in Bay

0417sey-SBallScore copy Savannah Thielbar, No. 10, slides across homeplate against Menasha to increase the Lady Thunder lead in their April 6 conference game at Seymour. – Submitted photo
Seymour 11
Green Bay West 1

Seymour would defeat host Green Bay West 11-1 in a 5-run shortened game due to the 10-run rule on Thursday, April 13.
Thunder hurler Joeley Bluma would strike out 12 for the victory.
The Seymour hit parade was led by Savannah Thielbar who went 4-for-5 with three doubles and an RBI and three runs scored.
Also chipping in with two hits each were Bluma (2-for-4), Zoe Moehring (four RBI), Ashley Thomas and Raven Vanden Langenberg.
Seymour 11
Xavier 1

The Lady Thunder would defeat the visiting Hawks 11-1 on April 11.
No stats were available as of press time in the Thunder defeat of Xavier
Seymour 7
Oconto Falls 0

Host Seymour would shutout Oconto Falls 7-0 on Friday, April 7.
Paige Weyer would pitch a complete-game shutout giving up seven hits while striking out seven and walking two.
Seymour would score three runs in the third inning to start the scoring.
“We started the game off to slow,” said Thunder head coach Karri Vanden Langenberg. “It was really the third inning before we got runners on and were able to get them to score.”
Vanden Langenberg would go 3-for-4 with three singles, an RBI and one run scored. She also stole two bases.
Moehring added two doubles and two runs scored while Thielbar went 2-for-3.
“Offensively, we started off slow, but then we settled in and started to see the ball well,” Moehring said.. “When I hit my first double it seemed to get things going for the whole team.”
Defensively, coach Vanden Langenberg said they played solid.
“We need to continue to play tough,” she said.
Seymour 13
Menasha 3

The Lady Thunder would take to the road and defeat Menasha 13-3 in a 5-inning shortened game due by 10-run rule on Thursday, April 6.
Menasha defeated Seymour twice last year so coach Vanden Langenberg knew they needed to be prepared.
“With this game being only our second time on the field, the teams started the season off well,” she said.”Menasha beat us twice last year and we wanted to win this game.”
Seymour would score three runs in the first and second inning for a 6-0 lead. They would break the game wide open by scoring five more runs in their half of the third for an 11-0 lead and cruise to the victory.
“The team had success at the plate,” coach Vanden Langenberg said. “We complied 14 hits on the game.”
Deiondra Wussow would go 4-for-4 at the plate for Seymour, all singles, and an RBI.
Thielbar went 3-for-4 while teammates Diahnna King, Paige Weyer, and Vanden Langenberg each chipped in two hits.
“It was an exciting night,” Wussow said. “I was lucky on a few hits, but I felt like I was seeing the ball well.”