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Marshfield’s Haugen, McGrath compete at 2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet

Posted on 05 March 2017 by paul

Marshfield gymnasts Brooke McGrath, left, and Emma Haugen competed at the WIAA State Gymnastics Meet at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School on Saturday. (Submitted photo)

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Marshfield sophomores Emma Haugen and Brooke McGrath competed at the 2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet at Lincoln High School on Saturday.

Huagen, who qualified in the all-around, finished 24th with a combined score of 32.383 in the four events.

Haugen finished 27th in the balance beam with a score of 7.8 and 21st in the vault with an 8.4. She also had scores of 8.35 in the floor exercixe and 7.833 in the uneven bars. She was 22nd in the vault at last year’s state meet.

McGrath, making her first state appearance, finished just behind Haugen in the vault, taking 24th with a score of 8.183.

“The girls did really well and we are very proud of their accomplishments competing at the state meet,” Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said. “Emma did an excellent bars and floor routine, with her floor routine being the best routine of the season so far. The scores awarded at this meet were significantly lower than we have seen throughout the season, but comparing Emma’s performance on floor today to the rest of the season, she was stronger today than she has been all season on floor.

“Overall it was an excellent opportunity for Marshfield to get competitive experience with the best gymnastics programs in the state, and motivates the team to continue to improve in preparation for next year’s season.”

Samantha Weyker of Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper won the all-around title with a score of 37.967, edging teammate Molly O’Boyle by just more than one point. Weyker also won the vault with a 9.8, tying Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall’s Abigail Missiaen.

2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet
March 4, at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School
Division 1

Top five and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Samantha Weyker (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 37.967; 2. Molly O’Boyle (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 37.833; 3. Lexi Romero (Brookfield East/Central) 37.667; 4. Krystal Nelson (Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall) 37.6; 5. Tia Dorshorst (Wisconsin Rapids) 37.533; 24. Emma Haugen (Marshfield) 32.383.
Balance beam: 1. Lexi Penney (Brookfield East/Central) 9.55; 2. Erin Wagner (Waukesha West/North/South/Catholic Memorial) 9.517; 3. Dorshorst (Wisconsin Rapids) 9.483; 4. Romero (Brookfield East/Central) 9.4; 5. Angelina Riley (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 9.35; 27. Haugen (Marshfield) 7.8.
Floor exercise: 1. Caitlin Locante (Brookfield East/Central) 9.75; 2. Romero (Brookfield East/Central) 9.583; 3. O’Boyle (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 9.567; 4. Weyker (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 9.483; 5. Tyra Turner (Madison East/La Follette) 9.4; Haugen (Marshfield) 8.35.
Uneven bars: 1. Madelin Pflasterer-Jenn (Middleton) 9.3; 2. Weyker (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 9.283; 3. Celia Ramsey (Madison East/La Follette) 9.267; 4. Elizabeth Missiaen (Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall) and Dorshorst (Wisconsin Rapids) 9.25; Haugen 7.833.
Vault: 1. Weyker (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) and Missiaen (Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall) 9.8; 3. O’Boyle (Kenosha Bradford/Indian Trail/Tremper) 9.767; 4. Dorshorst (Wisconsin Rapids) 9.5; 5. Romero (Brookfield East/Central) and Missiaen (Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall) 9.483; 21. Haugen (Marshfield) 8.4; 24. Brooke McGrath (Marshfield) 8.183.

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Marshfield’s Haugen, McGrath excited to share state gymnastics meet experience with each other

Posted on 02 March 2017 by paul

Marshfield sophomores Brooke McGrath, left, and Emma Haugen will compete in the 2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet after earning top-five finishes at the Division 1 sectional last Saturday at Chippewa Falls High School. (Submitted photo)

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield sophomores Emma Haugen and Brooke McGrath are part of a gymnastics team that has been making history this season.

Marshfield broke the program record for points in a meet four times this season, the final time coming at last Saturday’s WIAA Division 1 sectional when the Tigers totaled 132.975 points to finish fourth.

Haugen and McGrath will cap off the stellar season for Marshfield at the 2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet on Saturday at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School.

McGrath will be making her first state appearance, qualifying in the vault after scoring an 8.9 at sectionals to tie for third place.

Haugen, who placed 22nd in the vault at last year’s state meet, moves on in the all-around and will compete in all four events. She finished second in the vault (9.1), fourth in the balance beam (8.8), seventh in the floor exercise (8.675), and tied for 10th in the uneven bars (8.075) to finish fifth in the all-around with a score of 34.65.

McGrath missed five weeks of the season with a knee injury before returning for the Great Northern Conference Meet on Feb. 18 and finished seventh in the vault. She upped her score at sectionals by more than a point to earn a spot in the state field.

“It was the same vault that I had last year, a front-hand spring full,” McGrath said. “It wasn’t that hard to get back because I’ve been doing it for so long. Now I’m working on a one-and-a-half for state.”

Haugen said she has been working on some new things throughout the season in all of her events, and has improved from a year ago.

“The vault stayed the same (as last year),” Haugen said. “We tried a different one but what I was doing last year, the scores were higher, so we decided to stick with that for a while. I added difficult on beam, bars mostly stayed the same but the scores went up, the routine improved.”

Haugen said she is happy to be able to share the state experience with a teammate, especially McGrath, who she said she has been good friends with since first grade.

“Last year there were a lot of nerves, especially being there by yourself,” Haugen said. “You will still be nervous, it is state, but I’ll be more calm and confident, and having another person there with me will make it a lot easier too.”

McGrath added, “It’s pretty exciting. I wouldn’t want to go with anyone else.”

Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said expectations for Haugen have went up as she prepares for her second try at state.

“Returning to state is a big feat,” Dryer said. “She qualified in just the vault last year, so to go into this year and qualify for vault, and beam, and all-around – three times what she accomplished at sectionals last year, that’s great. We have big hopes for how this could come out for her. Division 1 is no joke, it’s serious competition.”

The record-setting performances for the team throughout the season, as well as getting two individuals to the state meet, has Dryer hoping this is just the start of something special with her program.

“We had just one senior competing in our sectional lineup,” Dryer said. “We’re hopeful that this team can come into next year and start right where we left off this season and go from there. We were only 1.55 points off the state qualification (top two spot at sectionals), so that’s a good spot to be.”

The state team tournament will be Friday, starting at 2 p.m., and the individual portion of the state meet will start at 11:10 a.m. Saturday.

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Marshfield’s Haugen, McGrath earn spots at WIAA State Gymnastics Meet

Posted on 26 February 2017 by paul

Marshfield sophomores Brooke McGrath, left, and Emma Haugen will compete in the 2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet after earning top-five finishes at the Division 1 sectional on Saturday at Chippewa Falls High School. (Submitted photo)

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CHIPPEWA FALLS – Marshfield sophomore Emma Haugen will be returning to the WIAA state meet and will be joined by classmate Brooke McGrath after the two earned spots with top-five finishes at the WIAA Division 1 gymnastics sectional on Feb. 25 at Chippewa Falls High School.

Haugen finished fifth in the all-around and will compete in all four events, and McGrath tied for third in the vault to qualify for the 2017 WIAA State Gymnastics Meet next weekend. The two Tigers will compete in the individual portion of the tournament on Saturday, March 4, at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School. Competition begins at 11:15 a.m.

Chippewa Falls (134.725) edged Stevens Point (134.525) for the team title and both will compete in the team tournament on Friday, March 3. Marshfield ended up fourth, setting another program record with 132.975 points. It marks the fourth time this season the Tigers broke the school mark for points in a meet.

“We had a phenomenal day, breaking the school record for the fourth time this season,” Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said. “We started the season with lots of big goals, one to break 130, which we have excelled way beyond the last few meets. Marshfield has never qualified a team to team state, and its something we will continue to work toward next year.”

The top five individuals in each of the four events, as well as the all-around earned spots at the state meet.

Haugen, who competed in the vault at last year’s state meet and finished in 22nd place, totaled 34.65 points in the four events to take fifth place overall in the all-around, which was won by Wisconsin Rapids standout Tia Dorshorst (37.275). Dorshorst won three of the four individual events.

Haugen’s best finish came in the vault, where she placed second with a 9.1. McGrath ended up in a four-way tie for third with an 8.9 to secure her first appearance at state.

“I’m really excited to have made it to state for vault,” McGrath ssaid. “It’s great to be back in the gym after being out for half of the season due to an injury. I’m thankful for my coaches, friends and family for their support and for always believing in me.”

Haugen also finished fourth in the balance beam (8.8), seventh in the floor exercise (8.675), and tied with teammate Melanie Hafenbredl for 10th in the uneven bars (8.075).

Macey Smith finished seventh in the vault (8.8) and McGrath was ninth in the floor (8.625) for Marshfield’s other top-10 individual finishes.

2017 WIAA Division 1 Gymnastics Sectional
Feb. 25, at Chippewa Falls High School

*State Meet Qualifiers
Team scores:
*1. Chippewa Falls 134.725; *2. Stevens Point 134.525; 3. Eau Claire Memorial/North 133.075; 4. Marshfield 132.975; 5. Hudson 132; 6. GET-CFC-Luth-MM-W 131.525; 7. Wisconsin Rapids 126.85; 8. Superior 22.875.
State Qualifiers (top five) and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
*1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 37.275; *2. Izzy Spooner (CF) 35.975; *3. Olivia Clemens (SP) 34.975; *4. Addy Bengston (CF) 34.875; *5. Emma Haugen (MAR) 34.65; 11. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 32.725; 16. Macey Smith (MAR) 32.125.
Balance beam: *1. Spooner (CF) 9.15; *2. Dorshorst (WR) 9.1; *3. Bengston (CF) 9.0; *4. Haugen (MAR) 8.8; *5. Renee Hinchcliffe (SP) 8.575; 19. Jensen (MAR) 7.8; 22. Ciera Neufeld (MAR) 7.625; 26. Smith (MAR) 7.4; 31. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 7.0.
Floor exercise: *1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.3; *2. Spooner (CF) 9.225; *3. Clemens (SP) 9.1; *4. Bengston (CF) 9.075; *5. Taylor Owens (HUD) 8.775; 7. Haugen (MAR) 8.675; 9. Brooke McGrath (MAR) 8.625; 17. Jensen (MAR) 8.35; 19. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.3; 28. Smith (MAR) 8.05.
Uneven bars: *1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.525; *2. Clemens (SP) 8.875; *3. Spooner (CF) 8.8; *4. Maya Budin (GET) 8.6; *5. Myriah Rau (ECMN) 8.275; 10. Haugen (MAR) and Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.075; 17. Smith (MAR) 7.875; 18. Jensen (MAR) 7.85; 31. Ally Bakke (MAR) 6.85.
Vault: *1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.35; *2. Haugen (MAR) 9.1; *3. Abby Stupar (SP), Hinchcliffe (SP), Bengston (CF), and McGrath (MAR) 8.9; 7. Smith (MAR) 8.8; 15. Jensen (MAR) 8.725; 17. Makenna Gramza (MAR) 8.65.

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Marshfield sets school scoring record, finishes third at Great Northern Conference Gymnastics Meet

Posted on 18 February 2017 by paul

The Marshfield gymnastics team finished third at the Great Northern Conference Meet on Saturday at Mosinee High School. Team members are, from left, Ally Bakke, Makenna Gramza, Bailey Schmitt, Macey Smith, Brooke McGrath, Melanie
Hafenbredl, Emma Haugen, and Isabelle Jensen. Not pictured: Ciera Neufeld. (Submitted photo)

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MOSINEE – The Marshfield gymnastics team set a new school scoring record with 131.7 points and finished third in the Large Division competition at the Great Northern Conference Gymnastics Meet on Saturday at Mosinee High School.

The Tigers broke the school mark for the third time this season, eclipsing the past mark by 1.1 points

“I’m really happy with our performance today,” Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said. “We had exceptional vault and floor. Our first three events had no major errors, though we did still struggle on beam in the last round. We know we have room to improve coming into the sectional tournament.”

Sophomore Emma Haugen had the Tigers’ top two finishes, taking third in the floor exercise with a score of 8.925 and fourth in the vault with a score of 8.925.

Isabelle Jensen was fifth in the floor (8.6), Melanie Hafenbredl took seventh in the floor (8.575), and Brooke McGrath was seventh in the vault (8.775) for the Tigers.

Stevens Point won the team title with a score of 138.235 and ties Ashland for the overall conference championship.

Haugen ended up fifth in the all-around scoring with a 33.525.

Wisconsin Rapids’ Tia Dorshorst won the floor (9.075), uneven bars (9.6), vault (9.35) and the all-around title (36.625).

Marshfield will compete at the WIAA Division 1 sectionals next Saturday, Feb. 25, at 11 a.m.

2017 Great Northern Conference Gymnastics Meet
Large Division
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 138.235; 2. Ashland 133.15; 3. Marshfield 131.7; 4. Antigo 130.175; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 126.4.
Final overall team standings (combined dual meet record and conference meet points): 1. Stevens Point and Ashland 14; 3. Marshfield 8; 4. Antigo 4; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 0.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 36.625; 5. Emma Haugen (MAR) 33.525; 6. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 33.2.
Floor exercise: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.075; 3. Haugen (MAR) 8.925; 5. Jensen (MAR) 8.6; 7. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.575; 14. Brooke McGrath (MAR) 8.425; 16. Ally Bakke (MAR) 8.35.
Uneven bars: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.6; 11. Jensen (MAR) 7.825; 12. Macey Smith (MAR) 7.775; 14. Haugen (MAR) 7.75; 19. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.4; 20. Bakke (MAR) 7.2.
Vault: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.35; 4. Haugen (MAR) 8.925; 7. McGrath (MAR) 8.775; 9. Jensen (MAR) and Smith (MAR) 8.7; 14. Makenna Gramza (MAR) 8.45.
Balance beam: 1. Lauren Woyak (SP) 9.1; 10. Jensen (MAR) 8.075; 13. Smith (MAR) and Haugen (MAR) 7.925; 23. Cierra Neufeld (MAR) 7.4; 24. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 6.975.

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Marshfield gymnastics slips past Antigo

Posted on 07 February 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Macey Smith won the vault, and Emma Haugen won both the uneven bars and floor exercise to help the Marshfield gymnastics team to a narrow 129.2-128.25 victory over Antigo in its home and Great Northern Conference regular-season finale on Tuesday night at Marshfield High School.

Smith won the vault with a score of 8.65, and Haugen took first in the uneven bars (9.1) and floor (9.05) for the Tigers.

Haugen was second behind Smith in the vault with a score of 8.6 to finish second in the all-around with a 32.6, 0.15 of a point behind Antigo’s Emma Jensen.

Isabelle Jensen finished second in the balance beam (8.4), Melanie Hafenbredl tied for second in the uneven bars (7.8), and Smith and Ally Bakke tied for second in the floor (8.6) for Marshfield.

“Besides Isabelle on beam tonight, we struggled a lot on beam,” Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said. “This will be our primary focus going into our last meets of the season (conference championships and sectionals). Even with our challenges on beam, the girls had an excellent finish to the night scoring our highest floor score this season.”

The Tigers are now off until the Great Northern Conference Meet at Mosinee on Feb. 18.

Varsity
Marshfield 129.2, Antigo 128.25
Winners and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Emma Jensen (ANT) 32.75; 2. Emma Haugen (MAR) 32.6; 3. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 32.425; 4. Macey Smith (MAR) 31.65; 5. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 31.6.
Vault: 1. Smith (MAR) 8.65; 2. Haugen (MAR) 8.6; 5. Makenna Gramza (MAR) 8.25; 6. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.2; 9. Jensen (MAR) 7.9.
Balance beam: 1. Kim Swan (ANT) 8.65; 2. Jensen (MAR) 8.4; 7. Ciera Neufeld (MAR) 7.05; 8. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.0; 9. Haugen (MAR) 6.85; 10. Smith (MAR) 6.775.
Uneven bars: 1. Haugen (MAR) 9.1; 2. (tie) Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.8; 5. Jensen (MAR) 7.825; 6. Smith (MAR) 7.625; 10. Ally Bakke (MAR) 7.1.
Floor exercise: 1. Haugen (MAR) 9.05; 2. Smith (AMR) and Bakke (MAR) 8.6; 4. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.5; 6. Jensen (MAR) 8.3.
JV
Marshfield 118.85, Antigo 93.45
Winners and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 29.525; 2. Audrey Horvath (MAR) 29.175.
Balance beam: 1. Julia Michalek (MAR) 7.5; 2. Horvath (MAR) and Makenna Gramza (MAR) 7.3; 4. Ally Bakke (MAR) 7.0; 6. Schmitt (MAR) 6.7.
Vault: 1. Horvath (MAR), Maggie Winter (ANT) and Bakke (MAR) 7.8; 4. Ciera Neufeld (MAR) 7.7; 8. Schmitt (MAR) 7.4; 9. Amara Arndt (MAR) 7.1.
Floor exercise: 1. Schmitt (MAR) 8.275; 2. Neufeld (MAR) 8.0; 3. Gramza (MAR) 7.8; 4. Horvath (MAR) 7.0; 8. Maureen Cassidy (MAR) 4.45.
Uneven bars: 1. Schmitt (MAR) 7.15; 2. Horvath (MAR) 7.075; 3. Neufeld (MAR) 7.05; 4. Gramza (MAR) 6.7; 7. Michalek (MAR) 4.4.

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Marshfield gymnastics sets new school scoring record in loss to Ashland

Posted on 03 February 2017 by paul

The Marshfield gymnastics team set a new school record for points with 130.5 during a dual meet against Ashland on Thursday. Team members are, in front from left, Makenna Gramza, Melanie Hafenbredl and Isabelle Jensen. In back, head coach Allie Dryer, Ally Bakke, Emma Haugen, Macey Smith, Ciera Neufeld, Bailey Schmitt, and assistant coach Becky Holland. (Submitted photo)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield gymnastics team set a new team record for points, but still came up short against first-place Ashland, losing a Great Northern Conference Large Division dual meet 132.6-130.5 on Thursday night at Marshfield High School.

Emma Haugen won the vault with a score of 8.6 and the all-around title with 33.875 points for Marshfield. She was also second in the balance beam (8.25) and floor exercise (9.125).

Macey Smith was second in the vault (8.5) and Melanie Hafenbredl took third in the uneven bars (7.975) for Marshfield’s other top-three individual finishes.

“The girls have been striving to hit the 130 mark all season and we were ecstatic to hit that mark tonight,” Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said. “The girls have so much potential. We achieved the score tonight even with some errors on the beam, so we know we are capable of more.”

Marshfield hosts Antigo on Tuesday.

Varsity
Ashland 132.6, Marshfield 130.5
Winners and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Emma Haugen (MAR) 33.875; 3. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 32.225; 5. Macey Smith (MAR) 30.95.
Vault: 1. Haugen (MAR) 8.6; 2. Smith (MAR) 8.5; 6. Jensen (MAR) 8.3; 7. Makenna Gramza (MAR) 8.2; 9. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.0.
Balance beam: 1. Halee Stricker (ASH) 8.3; 2. Haugen (MAR) 8.25; 5. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 7.85; 6. Jensen (MAR) 7.65; 8. Cierra Neufeld (MAR) 7.3; 9. Smith (MAR) 6.7.
Uneven bars: 1. Shelby Rust (ASH) 8.75; 3. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.975; 5. Haugen (MAR) 7.9; 6. Jensen (MAR) 7.775; 9. Ally Bakke (MAR) 7.3; 10. Smith (MAR) 7.275.
Floor exercise: 1. Rust (ASH) 9.175; 2. Haugen (MAR) 9.125; 4. Bakke (MAR) 8.8; 5. Jensen (MAR) 8.5; 6. Smith (MAR) 8.475; 8. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.325.
JV
Ashland 114.75, Marshfield 113.2
Winners and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Audrey Horvath (MAR) 28.1.
Floor exercise: 1. Neufeld (MAR) 8.25; 3. Schmitt (MAR) 7.95; 4. Horvanth (MAR) 7.9; 6. Gramza (MAR) 7.7; 9. Julia Michalek (MAR) 6.8.
Vault: 1. Sydney Obey (ASH) 8.0; 4. Bakke (MAR) 7.75; 5. (tie) Neufeld (MAR) and Horvath (MAR) 7.7; 8. Michalek (MAR) 7.35; 10. Schmitt (MAR) 7.3.
Uneven bars: 1. Stricker (ASH) 7.3; 2. Schmitt (MAR) 6.9; 3. Neufeld (MAR) 6.5; 4. Horvath (MAR) 6.1; 6. Gramza (MAR) 5.2; 10. Tianna Vobora (MAR) 3.8.
Balance beam: 1. Bailey Nuutinen (ASH) 8.5; 3. Gramza (MAR) and Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.1; 7. Horvath (MAR) 6.4; 8. Bakke (MAR) 5.6; 10. Rhiannon Rueth (MAR) 4.2.

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Marshfield gymnastics finish third at Antigo Invitational

Posted on 29 January 2017 by paul

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ANTIGO – Emma Haugen was third in two events and finished fourth in the all-around for Marshfield at the Antigo Maroon Gymnastics Invitational on Saturday at Antigo High School.

Haugen was third in the balance beam (9.35) and the floor exercise (8.65) for the Tigers, and finished fourth in the all-around (33.1) despite a fall on the uneven bars that led to a 13th-place finish.

Marshfield placed third as a team with a score of 127.875. Manitowoc’s Brynn Tackett won all four events and the all-around title (36.35) to help the Ships to the team title with 131.3 points.

Macey Smith finished sixth in the vault, tying Haugen with an 8.5, and Isabelle Jensen was sixth in the floor exercise (8.425) as well for Marshfield.

The Tigers host Ashland on Thursday in a Great Northern Conference dual meet.

Antigo Maroon Gymnastics Invitational
Team scores:
1. Manitowoc 131.3; 2. Ashland 129.05; 3. Marshfield 127.875; 4. Antigo 126.6; 5. Valders/Manitowoc Roncalli 119.2; 6. Negaunee (Mich.) 114.3775.
All-around: 1. Brynn Tackett (MAN) 36.35; 4. Emma Haugen (MAR) 33.1; 7. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 32.05; 9. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 31.475; 11. Macey Smith (MAR) 30.7.
Balance beam: 1. Tackett (MAN) 9.05; 3. Haugen (MAR) 9.35; 8. Jensen (MAR) 7.725; 11. Smith (MAR) 7.575; 14. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.275; 26. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 5.975.
Floor exercise: 1. Tackett (MAN) 9.0; 3. Haugen (MAR) 8.65; 6. Jensen (MAR) 8.425; 10. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.175; 13. Ally Bakke (MAR) 8.075; 14. Smith (MAR) 7.975.
Uneven bars: 1. Tackett (MAN) 9.35; 9. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.875; 10. Jensen (MAR) 7.8; 13. Haugen (MAR) 7.6; 19. Bakke (MAR) 7.0; 20. Smith (MAR) 6.65.
Vault: 1. Tackett (MAN) 8.95; 6. Smith (MAR) and Haugen (MAR) 8.5; 16. Makenna Gramza (MAR) 8.2; 19. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.15; 20. Jensen (MAR) 8.1.

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Marshfield gymnastics tops Medford

Posted on 26 January 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Emma Haugen won three events and the all-around title to help lift the Marshfield gymnastics team to a 126.95-112.95 victory over Medford in a Great Northern Conference dual meet Thursday at Marshfield High School.

Haugen won the all-around with a score of 33.15, and also took first in the floor exercise (8.9), balance beam (8.325), and uneven bars (7.525) for the Tigers.

Macey Smith and Isabelle Jensen tied for second in the all-around with scores of 31.1 for Marshfield.

Smith won the vault with a score of 8.5 and was third in the floor (8.5). Melanie Hafenbredl also finished second in the floor (8.75) for Marshfield.

“We put in some new upgrades, and are excited to see how it pans out on Saturday at our varsity invite in Antigo,” Marshfield coach Allie Dryer said. “Although beam and bars scores were lower than we anticipated today, the girls really had an excellent meet with some of the strongest routines we have seen all season.”

Following Saturday’s meet at Antigo, Marshfield will host Ashland for a GNC meet next Thursday, Feb. 2.

Varsity
Marshfield 126.95, Medford 112.95
Winners and Marshfield finishers
All-around:
1. Emma Haugen (MAR) 33.15; 2. Macey Smith (MAR) and Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 31.1.
Floor exercise: 1. Haugen (MAR) 8.9; 2. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.75; 3. Smith (MAR) 8.5; 4. Ally Bakke (MAR) 8.35; 5. Jensen (MAR) 8.175.
Balance beam: 1. Haugen (MAR) 8.325; 3. Jensen (MAR) 7.525; 6. Smith (MAR) 7.125; 7. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 6.925; 8. Bakke (MAR) 6.075.
Uneven bars: 1. Haugen (MAR) 7.525; 2. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.45; 3. Jensen (MAR) 7.25; 4. Bakke (MAR) 7.175; 5. Smith (MAR) 6.975.
Vault: 1. Smith (MAR) 8.5; 2. Haugen (MAR) 8.4; 4. Jensen (MAR) 8.15; 5. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.1; 6. (tie) Makenna Gramza (MAR) 8.0.
JV
Marshfield 109.05, Medford 73.05
All-around:
1. Audrey Horvath (MAR) 28.5; 2. Julia Michalek (MAR) 23.2.
Vault: 1. Bakke (MAR) 7.9; 2. Horvath (MAR) 7.7; 3. Schmitt (MAR) and Michalek (MAR) 7.6; 8. Amara Arndt (MAR) 6.8.
Floor exercise: 1. Horvath (MAR) 7.6; 2. Michalek (MAR) 7.5; 3. Gramza (MAR) 6.6; 5. Selena Rocha (MAR) 5.9; 7. Maureen Cassidy (MAR) 5.5.
Balance beam: 1. Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.85; 2. Gramza (MAR) 6.45; 3. Rhiannon Rueth (MAR0 6.3; 4. Horvath (MAR) 6.2; 7. Michalek (MAR) 5.4.
Uneven bars: 1. Horvath (MAR) 7.0; 2. Schmitt (MAR) 6.95; 3. Gramza (MAR) 6.3; 8. Rueth (MAR) 3.6; 10. Michalek (MAR) 2.7.

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Marshfield gymnastics team edges Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 19 January 2017 by paul

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Emma Haugen took second place in three events and was second in the all-around to help the Marshfield gymnastics team to a 128.875-125.15 victory over Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday at Lincoln High School.

Wisconsin Rapids’ Tia Dorshorst won all four events and the all-around with a score of 37.05.

Haugen was second in the floor exercise (8.8), uneven bars (8.05), and vault (8.7), to finish second in the all-around with a score of 32.65.

Macey Smith tied Haugen for second in the vault, and Bailey Schmitt was second in the balance beam with a score of 8.15 for the Tigers.

Marshfield is off until Jan. 26 when it hosts Medford.

Marshfield 128.875, Wisconsin Rapids 125.15
Winners and Marshfield finishers
Balance beam:
1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 9.2; 2. Bailey Schmitt (M) 8.15; 3. Macey Smith (M) and Ciera Neufeld (M) 7.75; 7. Emma Haugen (M) 7.1; 8. Isabelle Jensen (M) 6.975.
Floor exercise: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.45; 2. Haugen (M) 8.8; 3. Melanie Hafenbredl (M) 8.45; 5. Jensen (M) 8.275; 6. Schmitt (M) 7.925; 7. Smith (M) 7.8.
Uneven bars: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.15; 2. Haugen (M) 8.05; 3. Hafenbredl (M) 7.9; 4. Jensen (M) 7.575; 5. Smith (M) 7.3; 6. Ally Bakke (M) 7.25.
Vault: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 9.25; 2. Haugen (M) and Smith (M) 8.7; 4. Jensen (M) 8.4; 6. Makenna Gramza (M) 8.05; 7. Hafenbredl (M) 7.8.
All-around: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 37.05; 2. Haugen (M) 32.65; 3. Smith (M) 31.55; 4. Jensen (M) 31.225.

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Marshfield gymnasts fourth at Wisconsin Rapids Invitational

Posted on 07 January 2017 by paul

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Marshfield gymnastics team finished fourth at the eight-team Wisconsin Rapids Invitational on Saturday at Lincoln High School.

Mukwonago won the team standings with a score of 134.925, 3 points better than Ashland. Marshfield was fourth with 126.125 points.

Sophomore Emma Haugen led Marshfield in all four events. She was fourth in the vault (8.65), ninth in the balance beam (8.1) and uneven bars (8.1), and 10th in the floor exercise (8.4), to finish seventh in the all-around standings with a score of 33.25.

Macey Smith had Marshfield’s only other top-10 finish, taking fifth in the vault with a score of 8.55.

Tia Dorshorst of Wisconsin Rapids won the vault (9.25) and the all-around (36.775). Shelby Rust of Ashland won the other three events.

Wisconsin Rapids Gymnastics Invitational
Team scores:
1. Mukwonago 134.925; 2. Ashland 131.625; 3. Oshkosh 130.625; 4. Marshfield 126.125; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 125.075; 6. Chippewa Falls 123.7; 7. Kaukauna 96.45; 8. Rhinelander 83.15.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
Balance beam:
1. Shelby Rust (ASH) 9.4; 9. Emma Haugen (MAR) 8.1; 14. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 7.875; 24. Bailey Schmitt (MAR) 7.15; 29. Ciera Neufeld (MAR) 6.625; 32. Macey Smith (MAR) 6.25.
Floor exercise: 1. Rust (ASH) 9.3; 10. Haugen (MAR) 8.4; 15. Smith (MAR) 8.05; 16. Ally Bakke (MAR) 7.975; 17. Schmitt (MAR) 7.95; 19. Jensen (MAR) 7.875.
Uneven bars: 1. Rust (ASH) 9.075; 9. Haugen (MAR) 8.1; 11. Melanie Hafenbredl (MAR) 7.9; 17. Smith (MAR) 7.325; 19. Jensen (MAR) and Bakke (MAR) 7.225.
Vaulting: 1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 9.25; 4. Haugen (MAR) 8.65; 5. Smith (MAR) 8.55; 17. Hafenbredl (MAR) 8.25; 21. Jensen (MAR) 8.0; 27. Cierra Neufeld (MAR) 7.8.
All-around: 1. Dorshorst (WR) 36.775; 7. Haugen (MAR) 33.25; 15. Jensen (MAR) 30.975; 17. Smith (MAR) 30.175.

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