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Menomonie hands Marshfield baseball its first loss

Posted on 22 April 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield baseball team dropped its home opener, losing 3-2 to Menomonie in eight innings in a nonconference game Saturday at Hackman Field.

Jake Brueggen threw all eight innings for the Tigers (2-1), scattering nine hits in the loss. He struck out eight and walked two.

Menomonie (3-5) scored twice in the top of the fifth inning only to see the Tigers tie it on a two-run single by Brandon Montalvo in the bottom of the sixth that scored pinch runner Andy Goettl and Paul Maguire.

Menomonie scored in the top of the eight and held Marshfield scoreless in the bottom of the frame to finish off the victory.

“Jake pitched a great game,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “We just couldn’t get enough runs. It’s a tough loss but we’ve got to move on and get ready for the next one.”

Braden Bohman and Montalvo each had two hits for the Tigers.

Marshfield returns to action Tuesday at Wisconsin Rapids. Game time at Witter Field is 4:30 p.m.

Mustangs 3, Tigers 2 (8 inn.)
Menomonie 000 020 01 – 3 9 1
Marshfield 000 002 00 – 2 7 0
WP:
Lecheler. LP: Jake Brueggen.
SO: Wang (6 inn.) 3, Lecheler (2 inn.) 3; Brueggen 8. BB: Wang 1, Lecheler 2; Brueggen 2.
Top hitters: MEN, Brenner 2×4. MAR, Brandon Montalvo 2×4, 2 RBIs.
Records: Menomonie 3-5; Marshfield 2-1.

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Marshfield boys tennis beats Holmen, wins Stevens Point Invitational

Posted on 22 April 2017 by paul

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The Marshfield boys tennis team won a dual meet at Holmen on Friday and cruised to the team title at the Stevens Point Invitational on Saturday.

The Tigers beat Holmen 5-2 as they swept the three doubles matches in straight sets.

Jared Cordova and Derek Reckner won 6-2, 6-4 at No. 1, John Fay and Will Fay won 7-5, 6-1 at No. 2, and Luke Kaiser and Calvin Lawler won 7-5, 6-3 at No. 3 for Marshfield. Evan Fait at No. 1 and Eric Myklejord at No. 4 won singles matches for the Tigers.

At Stevens Point, Marshfield beat Eau Claire Regis 5-2, Wisconsin Rapids 5-2, and Wisconsin Rapids 5-2, to win the multi-dual tournament. The Tigers are now 6-0 in dual meet action this season.

All three Marshfield doubles teams went undefeated, as did Braedon Corteen at No. 4 singles. Fait was 2-1 at No. 1 singles.

Marshfield will play a Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet at Stevens Point on Monday.

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Holland wins long jump, Marshfield finishes third at D.C. Everest Girls Track Invite

Posted on 22 April 2017 by paul

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SCHOFIELD – Marshfield freshman Gracie Holland won the long jump and the Tigers finished third out of six teams at the 2017 D.C. Everest Girls Track & Field Invitational on Friday at Stiehm Stadium.

Eau Claire Memorial edged host D.C. Everest 143-139 for the team title. Marshfield was third with 101 points.

Holland won the long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 5 inches for the Tigers.

Marshfield also had four individuals and one relay finish second – Holland in the 100 meters (13.29 seconds), Stephanie Rhodes in the high jump (4-10), Kaydee Johnson in the triple jump (31-11¾), and Alexa Aumann in the 800 (2:27.95). The Tigers’ 1,600 relay team of Aumann, Mariah Goeppinger, Johnson and Maddie Nikolai was second in 4:21.53.

Marshfield will compete at the Wood County Invitational at Auburndale High School on Monday.

D.C. Everest Girls Track & Field Invitational
April 21, at Stiehm Stadium
Team scores:
1. Eau Claire Memorial 143; 2. D.C. Everest 139; 3. Marshfield 101; 4. Wausau East 79; 5. La Crosse Central 59; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 23.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
High jump:
1. Kali Goodwin (LCC) 5-0; 2. Stephanie Rhodes (MAR) 4-10; 10. Shantel Nienast (MAR) 4-6; 13. Jamila Ougayour (MAR) 4-2.
Pole vault: 1. Morganne Shorey (DC) 9-6; 4. (tie) Holland (MAR) 8-0; 8. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 7-6; 10. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 7-0.
Long jump: 1. Holland (MAR) 16-5; 6. Meg Bryan (MAR) 15-5.5; 9. Brooke McGrath (MAR) 14-7.5.
Triple jump: 1. Cendsi Bundy (ECM) 32-0.5; 2. Kaydee Johnson (MAR) 31-11.75; 4. Maddie Nikolai (MAR) 31-1.5; 6. Nienast (MAR) 30-9.
Discus: 1. Natalie Mohring (DC) 129-6; 3. Amy Martorano (MAR) 99-5; 5. Ougayour (MAR) 91-11; 8. Katie Osinski (MAR) 89-5.
Shot put: 1. Mohring (DC) 36-10; 5. Martorano (MAR) 31-5.5; 7. Ougayour (MAR) 30-2; 9. Osinski (MAR) 28-9.5.
3,200 relay: 1. D.C. Everest (Emma Jourdan, Jenna Cooper, Malorie Schmoll, Katelyn Spooner) 10:05.96; 4. Marshfield (Sophia Schrodi, Lottie Schrodi, Halle Hollatz, Abby Voss) 12:07.19.
100 hurdles: 1. Enne’ Burton (WE) 16.66; 6. Isabelle Denowski (MAR) 19.54; 9. Jessica Woellner (MAR) 20.84; 11. Ougayour (MAR) 22.12.
100: 1. Jenna Rombalski (DC) 13.09; 2. Holland (MAR) 13.29; 4. Bryan (MAR) 13.59; 15. McGrath (MAR) 14.58.
1,600: 1. Hannah Roeske (ECM) 5:14.60; 10. O’Brien (MAR) 6:16.50; 14. Emily Mueller (MAR) 7:36.96.
800 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Lizzy Keena, Kristin Hansen, Katelyn Moyer, Grace Hartman) 1:47.23; 6. Marshfield (McGrath, Rhodes, Nienast, Mariah Goeppinger) 1:59.68.
400: 1. Jane Pinkowski (LCC) 1:04.45; 3. Bohman (MAR) 1:05.86; 11. L. Schrodi (MAR) 1:16.10; 12. Hollatz (MAR) 1:17.77.
400 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Keena, Hansen, Hartman, Moyer) 51.22; 5. Marshfield (McGrath, Rhodes, Nienast, Goeppinger) 56.01.
300 hurdles: 1. Burton (WE) 47.92; 4. Nikolai (MAR) 52.07; 6. Sadie DeGrand (MAR) 54.39; 9. Woellner (MAR) 1:02.70.
800: 1. Roeske (ECM) 2:26.13; 2. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 2:27.95; 12. O’Brien (MAR) 2:49.33; 15. Voss (MAR) 3:02.85.
200: 1. Bundy (ECM) 27.40; 3. Holland (MAR) 27.82; 4. Bryan (MAR) 27.95; 6. Johnson (MAR) 28.43.
3,200: 1. Mariah Haight (WE) 11:38.07; 7. S. Schrodi (MAR) 12:57.87.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau East (Burton, Libby McDonald, Quinn Lodholz, Hailey Koehler) 4:19.48; 2. Marshfield (Aumann, Bohman, Nikolai, Johnson) 4:21.53.

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Marshfield boys golf takes team title at D.C. Everest Invitational

Posted on 21 April 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield boys golf team won the D.C. Everest Invitational on Friday at Greenwood Hills Country Club.

The Tigers had a team score of 323 to win by six shots over Wauasu West.

Marshfield senior Derek Michalski was meet medalist, shooting a one-under par 71. He had a 31 on the front nine – his second nine of the day – including an eagle on the first hole and birdies on Nos. 4, 6 and 9.

Zach Hanson added an 80, Joe Kirschnik shot an 84, Brendan Schneider had an 88, and Ben Baur had a 91 for the Tigers.

Marshfield plays at the Wisconsin Rapids Triangular, along with Stevens Point, on Monday at Bull’s Eye Country Club.

D.C. Everest Boys Golf Invitational
April 21, at Greenwood Hills Country Club, Wausau
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 323; 2. Wausau West 329; 3. D.C. Everest 340; 4. Antigo 371; 5. Wausau East 378.
Top 10 individuals and Marshfield finishers: 1. Derek Michalski (MAR) 71; 2. Matt Tuman (WE) 72; 3. Ben Langlois (WW) 77; 4. Josh Yang (WW) and Jack Shinners (ANT) 78; 6. Ben Peloquin (DC) 79; 7. Zach Hanson (MAR) 80; 8. Joe Kirschnik (MAR) 84; 9. Hunter Ricklefs (WW) 85; 10. Sam Hagadorn (DC) 86; 12. Brendan Schneider (MAR) 88; 15. (tie) Ben Baur (MAR) 91.

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Four Marshfield pitchers combine to shut out Tomah in nonconference baseball

Posted on 21 April 2017 by paul

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TOMAH – Four Marshfield pitchers combined on a four-hit shutout as the Tigers topped Tomah 6-0 in a nonconference baseball game Friday.

The Tigers (2-0) scored five runs in the top of the fourth inning and added another in the fifth to provide all that they needed.

Hunter Korger, Logan Jakobi and Austin Palacek each pitched two innings, and Mason Coffren threw a three-up, three-down seventh to finish off the shutout for Marshfield.

“We played a lot of guys this evening and they all did a great job,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “Our pitching and defense was strong and we put together a nice rally in the middle of the game to give us some room. It was nice to get more pitchers some game experience and they all did a great job.”

Paul Maguire and Palacek each had two hits, and Connor Jasurda, Jakobi, Maguire and Ryan Krueger had RBIs for Marshfield in the victory.

Marshfield hosts Menomonie in a nonconference game Saturday at 11 a.m. at Hackman Field.

Tigers 6, Timberwolves 0
Marshfield 000 510 0 – 6 7 0
Tomah 000 000 0 – 0 4 2
Tomah statistics incomplete.
WP:
Logan Jakobi.
SO: Hunter Korger (2 inn.) 1, Jakobi (2 inn.) 0, Austin Palacek (2 inn.) 0, Mason Coffren (1 inn.) 2. BB: Korger 0, Jakobi 1, Palacek 0, Coffren 0.
Top hitters: M, Paul Maguire 2×3, 2B, RBI; Brandon Montalvo 2 runs; Palacek 2×4.
Records: Marshfield 2-0; Tomah 5-2.

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Marshfield girls soccer shuts down Merrill to win first Valley game of season

Posted on 21 April 2017 by paul

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MERRILL – Nina Hashimoto scored two goals in the first half and Marshfield made them hold up as it defeated Merrill 2-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer game Thursday.

Hashimoto, a freshman, scored her first two varsity goals at the 19:20 and 41:19 marks.

Wendy Rodriguez saves all seven shots in goal for the Tigers (2-5-1, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

“This was a nice win and one we needed,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We have been close but tonight we put it together. We dodged a few great opportunities as Merrill players had point blank shots only to be denied by Wendy.

“The entire team played well, but tonight Emily Critelli stepped up her game and showed why she has been an all-conference player.”

Marshfield was scheduled to play Tomah at home Friday, but the game was canceled. The Tigers will host D.C. Everest in a WVC game Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Griese Park.

Tigers 2, Bluejays 0
Marshfield 2 0 – 2
Merrill 0 0 – 0
First half:
1. MAR, Nina Hashimoto (Maureen Cassidy), 19:20; 2. MAR, Hashimoto, 41:19.
Total shots: Marshfield 16; Merrill 9.
Shots on goal: Marshfield 11; Merrill 7.
Saves: MAR, Wendy Rodriguez 7; MER, Marla Lane 9.
Records: Marshfield 2-5-1, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Merrill 1-6-1, 0-3-1 WVC.

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Area softball preview: Expectations high for experienced Marshfield

Posted on 20 April 2017 by paul

Marshfield junior Megan Donahue is a force on the mound and at the plate for the Tigers, who are off to a 6-1 start this season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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A strong group of returning players and an upset victory in the playoffs last spring has the Marshfield softball team thinking big coming into the 2017 season.

The Tigers won a WIAA Division 1 regional title last season with an upset victory at Chippewa Falls and finished 15-13 overall after losing 2-1 in the sectional semifinals to Hudson.

First-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference outfielder Jenna Jakobi and second-team pick Megan Donahue, the team’s main pitcher, are among those returning to the starting lineup for the Tigers, who are off to a 6-1 start this season.

Jakobi, a sophomore, hit .424 with 30 runs scored and seven outfield assists last year, while Donahue, a junior, smacked 12 home runs, had 47 RBIs and totaled 243 strikeouts in 141 1/3 innings on the mound.

Also back are junior catcher Emily Draeger, senior third baseman Melissa Roberts, junior first baseman Kaitlyn Konrardy, junior infielder Morgan Nordbeck, and sophomore outfielders Rhiannon Corozolla and Maddie Mews.

“We have high expectations this year with a good returning core group of players coming back,” second-year Marshfield coach Daniel Costa said. “We expect to compete with the best teams in our conference for a conference title.”

Freshman Jordan Pretsch, and juniors Jasmine Fredrick and Madison Derus are among those that will also compete for playing time.

Marshfield’s lone loss this season came to defending conference and WIAA Division 1 state champion Stevens Point 4-1 on April 6.

After finishing fourth in the Wisconsin Valley Conference last season (7-5), Marshfield is primed to make a run toward a top spot.

“With so many of our conference teams winning playoff games and advancing last year, the fact that we have such a strong conference can only help us in the long run come playoff time,” Costa said. “After getting a small taste of success in our mouths with a regional championship at Chippewa Falls last year, we are eager and hungry to try to make an even deeper run into the playoffs this year.”

MARSHFIELD TIGERS
Coach:
Daniel Costa, second year (15-13).
Last year’s record: 15-13, 7-5 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
This year so far (through April 18): 6-1, 3-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Def. New Richmond 10-0 in Div. 1 regional semifinals; Def. Chippewa Falls 11-8 in regional finals; lost to Hudson 2-1 in sectional semifinals.
Returning players: Megan Donahue, jr., P/C; Emily Draeger, jr., C; Jenna Jakobi, so., OF; Melissa Roberts, sr., 3B; Kaitlyn Konrardy, jr., 1B/P; Megan Nordbeck, jr., 2B/SS; Rhiannon Corozolla, so., OF; Maddie Mews, so., OF.
Top newcomers: Jordan Pretsch, fr., SS/2B; Jasmine Fredrick, jr., OF; Madison Derus, jr., Utility.

AUBURNDALE APACHES
Coach:
Anne Teska, second year (9-10-1).
Last year’s record: 9-10-1, 6-6 Marawood Conference South Division.
This year so far (through April 18): 1-2, 0-1 Marawood South.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Lost to Loyal/Granton 7-2 in Div. 3 regional quarterfinals.
Returning players: Brooke Anderson, sr., SS; Jenna Ertl, sr., CF; Kaeden Dvorak, sr., C; Emma Dimick, jr., 2B; Hannah Bolder, jr., 1B; Rachael Bolder, jr., 3B/P; Teryn Lau, so., LF; Mackenzie Raab, so., RF; Alexis Soppe, so., P; Marissa Ponshock, so., 3B; Marissa Spatz, so., C.
Top newcomers: Jenna Snortheim, so.; Maggie Willfahrt, fr., P; Carly Willfarht, fr.; Natalie Aue, fr.; Abby Koopman, fr.
What the coach said: “Our expectations this year is to finish over .500,” Teska said. “We also expect to give teams a tough game. We start out season with a bang and beat Prentice 17-0 on March 31. We would also like to go farther in the regionals.”

COLUMBUS CATHOLIC DONS
Coach:
Arnie Neubauer, first year.
Last year’s record: 3-14, 1-11 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
This year so far (through April 18): 1-1, 0-1 Cloverbelt East.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Lost to Rib Lake 9-8 in Div. 4 regional quarterfinals.
Returning players: Sierra Litwatis, sr., SS/OF/P; Maddie DeSmet, sr., P/1B; Ella Schultz, jr., SS/P/OF; Maren Seefluth, so., OF/SS; Annie Baierl, so., C.
Top newcomers: Cassidy Strey, OF; Zoe Stratman, OF/2B; Sophia Mauney, OF/3B/P; Bekah Kitzhaber, OF/1B; Kasey Carter, OF; Taylor Tolppi, C/OF; Anna Roewe, 2B; Brooke Neider, 3B; Emiliy Nemitz, 3B; Holly Dean, OF; Annika Brown, 2B/OF; Addison Baierl, OF/1B/P; Mathilde Le gruella, jr., OF.
What the coach said: “(We want to) create an atmosphere that has players realizing that there’s a lot of positive fastpitch ability here at Columbus Catholic, and be competitive in every game,” Neubauer said. “There’s not a lot of pitching experience coming into the season. Our approach will be taking one at-bat at a time and one game at a time.”

SPENCER ROCKETS
Coach:
Jason Gorst, seventh year (120-42).
Last year’s record: 17-6, 12-0 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
This year so far (through April 18): 2-4, 1-0 Cloverbelt East.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Def. Loyal/Granton 14-4 in Div. 3 regional finals; lost to Marathon 2-1 in sectional semifinals.
Returning players: Courtney Buss, sr., SS/C; Jenna Schober, sr., OF; Lexi Baehr, jr., IF/C; Cinnamin Harwood, sr., iF; Katie Fleischman, sr., OF; Sadie Mercier, jr., IF/C; Tiffany Meinders, so., P; Felicia Bauer, so. OF.
Top newcomers: Montana Kleinschmidt, sr., 1B; Miranda Jackson, sr., DP; Aryiah Schuh, fr., OF; Shaelee Neitzel, so., OF.
What the coach said: “We have a lot of rebuilding to do with some of our major losses,” Gorst said. “The conference should have more parody than in past seasons, with as many as five teams that could win the championship. We hope to be competitive in that group, but we will need players to step forward.”

STRATFORD TIGERS
Coach:
Mandy Pankratz, 11th year (143-80).
Last year’s record: 19-7, 10-2 Marawood Conference South Division.
This year so far (through April 18): 5-1, 1-0 Marawood South.
2016 WIAA playoffs: Def. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 11-1 in Div. 3 regional quarterfinals; def. Bonduel 6-2 in regional semifinals; def. Oconto 5-3 in regional finals; def. Marathon 3-2 in sectional semifinals; lost to Laconia 2-0 in sectional finals.
Returning players: Brittany Bredemann, sr., C; Sammy Griesbach, sr., SS; Sammy Kaiser, sr., OF; Val Licciardi, sr., OF/P; Kiana Weiler, jr., P.
Top newcomers: Shalynn Griesmer, sr., 2B; Sam Manecke, sr., 1B; Cassidy VanDerLeest, jr., 3B; Courtney Kaiser, jr., Utility; McKenzie Ford, jr., OF; Anna Goldbach, jr., 1B; Madisyn Daul, jr., Utility; Kaylee Hollatz, jr., 1B/P; Kaitlyn Doll, sr., OF; Sydney Boeger, so., IF.
What the coach said: “We have some returning players in new positions and a lot of new faces to the varsity squad,” Pankratz said. “Our goal is to work together and improve each time we are on the field. I really expect this team to make huge strides from the beginning to the end of the season.”

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Wisconsin Rapids shuts out Marshfield girls soccer

Posted on 19 April 2017 by paul

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MARSHFILED – Wisconsin Rapids scored twice in the final 10:09 to put away Marshfield and win 3-0 in Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer action Tuesday at Griese Park.

Kaitlyn Hess scored at the 13:46 mark to put Wisconsin Rapids (5-1-1, 2-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference) ahead.

The score remained 1-0 until Cassidy Kohls scored at the 79:51 mark and Hess added another goal 3 minutes later to provide the final score.

Miranda Nieman saves all five shots she faced in goal to earn the shutout for Rapids.

Marshfield (1-5-1, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference) got two saves in goal from Andrea Carolfi and six from Wendy Rodriguez.

“We had some opportunities, and yet again, we just cannot get the ball in the net,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “It is not from lack of effort as the girls are playing hard, but when we have those opportunities, we need to capitalize.”

Marshfield plays a WVC game at Merrill on Thursday and hosts Tomah on Friday in a nonconference game at Griese Park.

Raiders 3, Tigers 0
Wisconsin Rapids 1 2 – 3
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
First half:
1. WR, Kaitlyn Hess, 13:46.
Second half: 2. WR, Cassidy Kohls, 79:51; 3. WR, Hess, 82:49.
Saves: WR, Miranda Nieman 5; M, Andrea Carolfi 2, Wendy Rodriguez 6.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 5-1-1, 2-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 1-5-1, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield boys track wins two events, takes second at Wausau West

Posted on 18 April 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield boys track team competed in its first outdoor meet of the season, taking second out of four teams Tuesday at the Wausau West Outdoor Opener.

Marshfield won a pair of events and had eight second-place finishes at the meet, which was won by Wausau West. West also won the girls team title. The Marshfield girls did not participate.

Winning events for the Tigers were Dawson Tysver in the pole vault (12 feet) and the 3,200-meter relay team of Jacob Dick, Jordan Dzikowich, Paul Fischer and Addison Hill (9:01.43).

Quinton Alexander was second in the discus (129-5) and the shot put (45-4), and Skyler Theisen finished second in the 110 hurdles (16.74) and 300 hurdles (40.83) for the Tigers.

Also placing second for Marshfield were Dick in the 3,200 (11:26.84), Hill in the 800 (2:11.31), Adam Maki in the pole vault 910-6), and the 400 relay team of Alexander, Dylan Krug, Alex Steines and Jon Wittman (50.31).

The Marshfield girls will compete at the D.C. Everest Invitational on Friday and both the boys and the girls will take part in the Wood County Track Meet at Auburndale High School on Monday.

Wausau West Track & Field Outdoor Opener
Girls
Team scores:
1. Wausau West 108; 2. Wausau East 54; 3. Merrill 24.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Wausau West 108.5; 2. Marshfield 71; 3. Wausau East 47; 4. Merrill 43.5.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
Pole vault:
1. Dawson Tysver (MAR) 12-0; 2. Adam Maki (MAR) 10-6; 3. Dustin Altman (MAR) 10-6; 6. Tyler Katzenberger (MAR) 8-0; 8. Hunter Gwynn (MAR) and Garrett Holland (MAR) 8-0; 11. Evan Ellis (MAR) 6-0.
High jump: 1. Jared Mortenson (WW) 6-0; 7. Collin Fravert (MAR) 5-4; 11. Brant Bohman (MAR) 4-10.
Long jump: 1. Adam Laehn (MER) 21-9.5; 5. Blaine Neinast (MAR) 17-10.25; 10. Caden Pearce (MAR) 16-4.25; 12. Isaiah King (MAR) 16-1; 17. Jesse Turner (MAR) 14-7; 19. Isaac Eberl (MAR) 11-0.5.
Triple jump: 1. Jared Olhoff (MER) 44-9; 4. Kyle Tremelling (MAR) 36-0; 6. Fravert (MAR) 34-8.5.
Discus: 1. Jakob Tordsen (WW) 132-9; 2. Quinton Alexander (MAR) 129-5; 4. Jon Wittman (MAR) 124-9; 13. Brody Anderson (MAR) 91-3; 14. Alex Steines (MAR) 90-10; 17. John Roherty (MAR) 86-3; 20. Aric Folz (MAR) 84-0; 22. Gabrial Raycher (MAR) 79-6; 27. Rison LaBrec (MAR) 74-4; 31. Dylan Krug (MAR) 67-5; 35. Cody Donovan (MAR) 61-2.
Shot put: 1. Pedro Sanchez (WW) 49-9; 2. Alexander (MAR) 45-4; 4. Wittman (MAR) 44-1; 9. Steines (MAR) 37-1; 11. Roherty (MAR) 36-9; 17. Raycher (MAR) 34-9; 18. LaBrec (MAR) 34-2; 19. Anderson (MAR) 33-10; 21. Krug (MAR) 32-7; 31. Folz (MAR) 28-3; 34. Donovan (MAR) 26-10.
3,200 relay: 1. Marshfield (Jacob Dick, Jordan Dzikowich, Paul Fischer, Addison Hill) 9:01.43.
110 hurdles: 1. Charles Handrick (WW) 16.01; 2. Skyler Theisen (MAR) 16.74; 4. Eric Kubash (MAR) 18.06; 7. Jarreth Schaefer (MAR) 18.82; 12. Kyle Tremelling 9MAR) 20.77; 15. Michael Sternweis (MAR) 22.99.
100: 1. Jovan Parks (WE) 11.17; 4. Neinast (MAR) 11.90; 6. Pearce (MAR) 11.98; 7. Bohman (MAR) 12.07; 9. Jackson Ott (MAR) 12.36; 13. King (MAR) 12.45; 16. Austin Mientke (MAR) 12.60; 19. Sam Hinson (MAR) 12.76; 22. Micah Smithy-Jensen (MAR) 13.06; 23. Jace Langmayer (MAR) 13.09; 24. Evan Gronski (MAR) 13.23; 26. Simon Baity(MAR0 13.29; 27. Jesse Turner (MAR) 13.56; 31. Gwynn (MAR) 13.81; 32. Matthew Rutshcow (MAR0 14.44.
1,600 relay: 1. Axel Treinen (WE) 4:47.23; 3. Dzikowich (MAR) 5:01.66; 5. Jared Oemig (MAR) 5:04.14; 9. Joshua McKee (MAR) 5:14.05; 10. Nathan Wirthlin (MAR) 5:15.11; 11. Joseph McKee (MAR) 5:15.17; 12. Sam Huettl (MAR) 5:17.01; 13. Evan Ellis (MAR) 5:22.01; 19. Braden Beauchamp (MAR) 6:40.18; 20. Eberl (MAR) 9:32.53.
800 relay: 1. Merrill (Adam Laehn, Dominic Leistikow, Olhoff, Pawlicki) 1:36.24.
400: 1. Logan Ickert (WW) 51.63; 5. Pearce (MAR0 55.11; 6. Bohman (MAR) 55.29; 7. Ott (MAR) 55.31; 8. Fischer (MAR) 55.82; 10. King (MAR) 56.27; 11. Hill (MAR) 56.31; 12. Tysver (MAR) 56.93; 14. Hinson (MAR) 57.29; 16. Nathaniel Phillips (MAR) 58.19; 17. Alex Wehrman (MAR) 58.38; 18. Smithy-Jensen (MAR) 59.78; 19. Benjamin Claessens (MAR) 1:00.17; 20. Mientke (MAR) 1:01.19; 21. Neinast (MAR) 1:02.27; 23. Fravert (MAR) 1:02.91; 24. Simon Baity (MAR) 1:03.42; 26. Gronski (MAR) 1:04.20; 27. Langmayer (MAR) 1:05.01; 28. Dustin Alman (MAR) 1:05.03; 29. Drake White-Bergey (MAR) 1:06.59; 30. Javin Krenn (MAR) 1:06.80; 31. Dylan Bredemann (MAR) 1:07.41; 32. Holland (MAR) 1:07.49; 33. Rutshcow (MAR) 1:09.71; 34. Turner (MAR) 1:11.58.
400 relay: 1. Wausau West (Nick Henkens, Jacob Wolfe, Robert Egan, Brennan Goralski) 48.75; 2. Marshfield (Alexander, Dylan Krug, Steines, Wittman) 50.31.
300 hurdles: 1. Charles Handrick (WW) 40.14; 2. Theisen (MAR) 40.83; 8. Kubash (MAR) 48.04; 10. Schaefer (MAR) 51.87; 11. Tremelling (MAR) 52.91.
800: 1. Treinen (WE) 2:07.56; 2. Hill (MAR) 2:11.31; 3. Fischer (MAR) 2:11.55; 6. Wehrman (MAR) 2:15.58; 10. Oemig (MAR) 2:18.27; 12. Dzikowich (MAR) 2:20.95; 16. Wirthlin (MAR) 2:24.21; 17. Joshua McKee (MAR) 2:25.92; 18. Huettl (MAR) 2:26.51; 19. Joseph McKee (MAR) 2:28.29; 21. Beauchamp (MAR) 3:05.42.
800 wheelchair: 1. Matt Hass (WW) 3:21.83.
200: 1. Jovan Parks (WE) 23.10; 4. Pearce (MAR) 24.03; 5. King (MAR) 24.04; 10. Neinast (MAR) 24.47; 11. Bohman (MAR) 24.84; 14. Ott (MAR) 25.49; 20. Hinson (MAR) 26.02; 21. Mientke (MAR) 26.11; 27. White-Bergey (MAR) 27.40; 28. Phillips (MAR) 27.57; 30. Gronski (MAR) 27.85; 32. Simon Baity (MAR) 28.22; 33. Langmayer (MAR) 28.24; 36. Turner (MAR) 28.74; 37. Gwynn (MAR) 29.43; 38. Tyler Kazenberger (MAR) 30.76; 40. Rutshcow (MAR) 31.80.
3,200: 1. Jordan Straub (WE) 10:54.01; 2. Dick (MAR) 11:26.84.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau West (Drew Schoch, Brady Fischer, Brad Herold, Mark Raasch) 3:41.20; 5. Marshfield (Claessens, Adam Maki, Phillips, White-Bergey) 4:19.14.

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Marshfield softball holds off D.C. Everest for fourth-straight win

Posted on 18 April 2017 by paul

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SCHOFIELD – The Marshfield softball team won its fourth-straight game, topping D.C. Everest 7-5 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Tuesday at D.C. Everest High School.

The Tigers (6-1 overall, 3-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference) led 5-0 after three innings and 6-1 after 5 ½ before D.C. Everest mounted a comeback.

The Evergreens (2-4, 1-1 WVC) scored four times in the bottom of the sixth inning to tighten it up, but Marshfield came back with a run in the top of the seventh and held on from there.

Megan Donahue grabbed the win with a complete-game effort. She struck out 12, walked three, and allowed eight hits in seven innings. She also smacked her fifth home run of the season and drove in three runs.

Rhiannon Corozolla added a home run, her second of the year, and also had two singles, scored twice, and drove in a pair of runs for the Tigers. Morgan Nordbeck and Emily Draeger eached chipped in with a pair of hits and a run each.

Marshfield will host Wausau East on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Tigers 7, Evergreens 5
Marshfield 014 001 1 – 7 11 1
D.C. Everest 000 104 0 – 5 8 2
WP:
Megan Donahue. LP: Miranda Gajewski.
SO: Donahue 12; Gajewski 6. BB: Donahue 3; Gajewski 2.
Top hitters: M, Morgan Nordbeck 2×4, 2B, run; Emily Draeger, 2×3, run; Megan Donahue HR, run, 3 RBIs, 2 BBs; Rhiannon Corozolla 3×4, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Jordan Pretsch 1×3, RBI; Jenna Jakobi RBI. DC, Gajewski 2×4, HR, 3 RBIs; Maggie Plaza HR; Lexie Higgins 3×4.
Records: Marshfield 6-1, 3-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; D.C. Everest 2-4, 1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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