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Wisconsin Rapids shuts out Marshfield boys hockey

Posted on 23 January 2018 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – Wisconsin Rapids goalie Tanner Reany saved all 25 shots sent his way and Colton Flammini hit for a hat trick to lift the Raiders to a 5-0 win over Marshfield in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Tuesday night at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

Cobe Acker and Flammini scored in the final 5½ minutes of the first period, and Flammini added a pair of goals in the third period for the Raiders (8-8-1, 3-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Marshfield goalie A.J. Trierweiler had 19 saves in the loss as the Tigers remain winless in conference play at 0-7 and fall to 9-10 overall.

Marshfield plays at Merrill/Wausau East on Thursday at Merrill.

Raiders 5, Tigers 0
Wisconsin Rapids 2 0 3 – 5
Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0
First period:
1. WR, Cobe Acker (Colin Brey, Colton Flammini), 11:23; 2. WR, Flammini (Isaac Evenson, Acker), 14:09.
Third period: 3. WR, Flammini, 7:56; 4. WR, Carson Crotteau, 11:30; 5. WR, Flammini (Harley Sanders), 14:46.
Saves: WR, Tanner Reany 25; M, A.J. Trierweiler 19.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 8-8-1, 3-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 9-10, 0-7 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Stevens Point slips past Marshfield in battle of WVC boys basketball leaders

Posted on 23 January 2018 by paul

Marshfield’s Reed Miller tries to drive past Stevens Point’s Darren Zwicker during the first half of Tuesday’s game at Marshfield High School. Point won 59-56. (Photo by Paul Lecker/


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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – In a battle of the two teams on top of the Wisconsin Valley Conference standings, the Marshfield and Stevens Point boys basketball teams didn’t disappoint.

The lead changed hands seven times in the final 4½ minutes, with the five-time defending conference champion Panthers holding on at the end and defeating Marshfield 59-56 on Tuesday night at Marshfield High School.

Stevens Point, winners of the past three WIAA Division 1 state titles, improves to 10-3 overall and 6-1 in the WVC, while Marshfield drops to 7-7 and 5-2 in conference play.

Point senior guard Drew Blair and Marshfield junior Reed Miller traded scores in the final 3 minutes.

Blair, who scored 44 of the Panthers’ 59 points, made one of two free throws with 4:13 to go to give them a 51-50 lead.

Miller and Blair traded baskets, and the lead in the game, before Miller hit again on a leaner in the lane with 2:24 left to put the Tigers up 54-53.

After a basket from Andrew Erdman, Miller scored again in the lane and Marshfield led 56-55 with 1:35 left.

Blair made four-straight free throws and Marshfield failed to score again to provide the final margin.

After two missed free throws by Stevens Point with 13.6 seconds left, Marshfield couldn’t get an open look at a potential game-tying 3-pointer and Miller was forced to heave a 35-footer at the buzzer that banged off the backboard as the buzzer sounded.

“They’re really good at taking things away,” Marshfield coach Scott Scheuer said. “We had 11 days off, then no school (Monday), talk about over-thinking things. SPASH is SPASH, and until somebody beats them, they are still the state champs.

“Drew Blair is pretty good. At times, we played really good defense on him and he still knocked shots down. We battled and hit a couple of shots in the lane, and when it’s possession-by-possession and they score you have to score. It’s a tough loss, it was a grind, a battle.”

An 11-0 run by Blair put the Panthers up 24-17 in the first half before the Tigers climbed back ahead with a 12-0 run that included 3-pointers from Anthony Posteluk and Tommy Olson.

Marshfield led 31-28 at halftime and 41-37 five minutes into the second half before Point had a 7-0 run, which included five points by Blair, to go back ahead.

A 3-pointer by Olson and two free throws by Seth Anderson, who led Marshfield with 21 points, tied the game at 50-50 with 5:27 left, providing the stage for the battle to the end as both teams left all they had on the floor.

“It’s good that we have one day and then we have Rapids,” Scheuer said. “Our season isn’t over.”

Marshfield hosts Wisconsin Rapids at 7:15 p.m. Thursday. The game will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and

Panthers 59, Tigers 56
Stevens Point 28 31 – 59
Marshfield 31 25 – 56
Nolan Blair 0-0 0-0 0, Drew Blair 16-25 11-14 44, Andrew Erdman 4-10 3-3 12, Drew Cullen 1-7 0-0 3, Brennan Mueller 0-5 0-0 0, Evan Vollendorf 0-1 0-0 0, Darren Zwicker 0-0 0-1 0, Max Hofmeister 0-0 0-2 0. FG: 21-48. FT: 14-20. 3-pointers: 3-18 (Blair 1-4, Cullen 1-5, Erdman 1-6, Mueller 0-3). Rebounds: 18 (Zwicker 6). Turnovers: 3. Fouls: 13. Fouled out: none. Record: 10-3, 6-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
MARSHFIELD (56): Isaac Meverden 2-5 2-2 6, Brant Bohman 3-5 0-0 7, Tommy Olson 2-3 0-0 6, Reed Miller 4-12 0-0 9, Seth Anderson 8-16 5-5 21, Anthony Posteluk 1-1 2-2 5, John Reigel 0-0 0-0 0, Grant Urban 0-2 2-2 2. FG: 20-34. FT: 11-11. 3-pointers: 5-13 (Olson 2-3, Miller 1-4, Bohman 1-2, Posteluk 1-1, Meverden 0-1, Anderson 0-2). Rebounds: 30 (Miller 10). Turnovers: 11. Fouls: 18. Fouled out: Anderson. Record: 7-7, 5-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Late surge lifts Stevens Point past Marshfield girls basketball

Posted on 23 January 2018 by paul

Marshfield senior Katie Osinski puts up a shot inside during the Tigers’ loss to Stevens Point on Tuesday at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/


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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls basketball team overcame a 14-point deficit in the second half to take a late lead, but Stevens Point scored on its final six possessions and pulled out a 71-65 victory in a Wisconsin Valley Conference girls basketball game Tuesday night at Marshfield High School.

Stevens Point (15-2, 7-1 WVC), ranked 10th in this week’s Division 1 state coaches poll, led 30-20 at halftime and pushed its advantage to 41-27 with 13:09 to go before Marshfield (6-9, 2-5 WVC) got its offense rolling.

The Tigers made eight of their next nine shot attempts, which included three baskets by Jenna Jakobi and two 3-pointers from Meg Bryan, to close to within 51-47.

Marshfield took its first lead since early in the game at 56-54 on a basket by Bryan with 4:34 remaining.

There were two ties and the lead changed hands three times in the final 4 minutes.

Another Bryan 3-pointer put Marshfield on top 61-60 with 2:10 left before a basket by Leah Earnest gave Stevens Point the lead for good.

Following a Marshfield turnover, Maggie Negaard converted a three-point play and the Panthers went 6-for-6 at the free throw line in the final minute to hold on for the win.

“We’re playing with six people and they battled,” said Marshfield coach Heidi Michaelis, who’s next win will be her 300th in her 17-year career at the helm of the girls program. “They did a lot of really, really good things. That’s a good team, and I give Point credit for never getting rattled, but our kids battled tonight.

“It comes down to a few possessions where we didn’t make a shot and throwing the ball away.”

Bryan finished with 22 points, making six 3-pointers, and Jakobi had 20 points, including 15 in the second half, for the Tigers.

Earnest finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead Stevens Point, which made 16 of 20 free throws overall. Marshfield was just 13 of 21.

Despite the loss, Marshfield’s third in its last four games, Michaelis is remaining positive, as she said she is seeing improvement from her team during the second half of the season.

“We’re playing good teams and the only thing that matters is if we are the best team we can be at the end of the season,” Michaelis said. “I feel that we’re working toward that. We’ve had bad luck and a bad streak of some kids being out, but the other kids are picking it up and tonight they put their heads down and battled.

“I told them that the worst thing that could happen in a game like tonight is to say you quit, and they didn’t do that. That’s all I care about.”

Marshfield hosts Wisconsin Rapids on Friday at 7:15 p.m. The game will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and

Panthers 71, Tigers 65
Stevens Point 30 41 – 71
Marshfield 20 45 – 65
Jenna Bohanski 3-4 0-0 7, Kaylin Kostuchowski 0-0 0-0 0, Halle Gregorich 2-5 0-0 4, Rachel Sullivan 5-8 1-3 11, Halle Pavelski 0-0 2-2 2, Maggie Negaard 4-14 5-5 14, Maddie Fink 3-5 0-0 6, Madisyn Rogan 2-6 5-6 10, Leah Earnest 7-13 3-4 17. FG: 26-55. FT: 16-20. 3-pointers: 3-10 (Bohanski 1-1, Rogan 1-3, Negaard 1-4, Fink 0-2). Rebounds: 33 (Earnest 10). Turnovers: 18. Fouls: 20. Fouled out: Gregorich. Record: 15-2, 7-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
MARSHFIELD (65): Kaydee Johnson 1-4 0-0 3, Meg Bryan 7-15 2-2 22, Maddie Michaelis 2-6 0-0 5, Corianne Johnson 0-3 6-8 6, Katie Osinski 3-8 3-9 9, Jenna Jakobi 9-16 2-2 20. FG: 22-54. FT: 13-21. 3-pointers: 8-19 (Bryan 6-12, K. Johnson 1-3, Michaelis 1-3, C. Johnson 0-1). Rebounds: 28 (C. Johnson 9). Turnovers: 16. Fouls: 15. Fouled out: none. Record: 6-9, 2-5 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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College roundup: Updates on Kauffman, Fravert, Michaelis

Posted on 22 January 2018 by paul


This story is sponsored by: All Insurance of Marshfield

By Paul Lecker

A number of former local high school athletes have moved on to the next level and are playing sports collegiately across the country.

Periodically, will publish a College Sports Roundup updating readers of some of those local athletes’ exploits at the collegiate level.

Mason Kauffman

Kauffman begins career at Eastern Michigan
Mason Kauffman, a 2017 graduate of Stratford High School, is a freshman on the Eastern Michigan University wrestling team.

Kauffman, a two-time WIAA state champion at Stratford, is 7-5 for Eagles after competing in three Open tournaments.

Kauffman went 3-2 at the Michigan State Open on Nov. 5 to finish fourth at 157 pounds and was 2-1 at the EMU Open on Nov. 11 to take second place at 157. Both of those tournaments were for freshmen and sophomores only. He also was 2-2 at the Cleveland State Open on Dec. 16.

Among Kauffman’s victories were two major decisions.

Adam Fravert

Fravert, UW-Oshkosh hit WIAC play
Adam Fravert, a 2016 graduate of Marshfield High School, is a sophomore forward for the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh men’s basketball team.

Fravert has started all 17 games this season for the Titans, who are 13-4 overall and 3-3 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. He is averaging 13.2 points and a team-best 8.4 rebounds per game, while shooting 51.2 percent from the field and 11 of 39 from 3-point range.

Fravert hit for double figures in the Titans’ past four games, scoring 11 in both of Oshkosh’s wins against UW-Stout on Jan. 10 and UW-River Falls on Jan. 13. He had 10 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Platteville on Jan. 17, and 13 points in 10 rebounds in a defeat at UW-Eau Claire on Jan. 20.

Oshkosh hosts UW-Stevens Point on Wednesday and plays at UW-River Falls on Saturday.

Caitlin Michaelis

Michaelis continues season at Minnesota-Crookston
Caitlin Michaelis, a 2015 graduate of Marshfield High School, is a junior on the University of Minnesota-Crookston women’s basketball team.

Michaelis has started all 18 games this season for the Golden Eagles, who are 5-13 overall and 5-9 in the NCAA Division II Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. She is averaging 11.2 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game this season.

Michaelis scored a season-high 20 points in an 85-74 home win over the University of Mary on Jan. 19. She made 6 of 11 shots from the field, including a pair of 3-pointers, and was 6-for-6 at the free throw line.

Michaelis had 16 points, with three 3-pointers, in a 77-67 loss to Minot State on Jan. 20.

The Golden Eagles play at Minnesota-Mankato on Friday and at Concordia University in St. Paul on Saturday in a pair of NSIC games.

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Marshfield wrestling win three titles, finish third at Sparta Invitational

Posted on 20 January 2018 by paul

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SPARTA – The Marshfield wrestling team had three individual champions and placed third in the team standings at the Sparta Invitational on Saturday at Sparta High School.

Gabe Pugh (113 pounds), Caden Dennee (120) and Sam Mitchell (195) won individual titles for the Tigers, who finished with 159 points.

Holmen won the team title with 269 points, with Sparta second at 176.

Pugh, a freshman, topped Kody Klonecki of Holmen 5-4 in the 113-pound championship match to improve to 30-3 this season.

Dennee (19-7) pinned Carter Vetsch of Holmen in 41 seconds in the 120-pound title match, and Mitchell (31-2) also won by pin, downing Lucas Ingold of Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal in 5:23.

“Sparta is a great opportunity for the Marshfield wrestling team to run into some quality wrestlers throughout the state,” Marshfield coach Jackson Hein said. “Placing top-three at this tournament as a team is a good day, as we were missing some of our starters. It was great to see Pugh, Dennee and Mitchell all reach the top of the podium.”

Marshfield had five other wrestlers earn top-eight finishes.

Tanner Kanable took second at 126, losing in the title match to Mason McMillen of Reedsburg 10-4. Caden Pearce (138), Isaac Slark (182) and Connor Berry (285) each finished fourth, and Payton Young was eighth at 152.

Marshfield wraps up its Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet schedule Thursday at Wausau West.

Sparta Invitational
Jan. 20, at Sparta High School
Team scores:
1. Holmen 269; 2. Sparta 176.5; 3. Marshfield 159; 4. Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal 129; 5. Iowa-Grant/Highland 110; 6. Mauston 102; 7. Reedsburg 101; 8. West Salem 88; 9. DeForest 84.5; 10. Eau Claire North 71.5; 11. Princeton 65.5; 12. Blair-Taylor 62.5; 13. Adams-Friendship 52; 14. Boscobel 48.5; 15. Black River Falls 30.5; 16. Westfield 5.
Championship matches and Marshfield finishers
106: Championship – Alex Pellowski (HOL) pinned Carlyle Lyga (WS), 3:56.
113: Championship – Gabe Pugh (MAR) def. Kody Klonecki (HOL), 5-4.
120: Championship – Caden Dennee (MAR) pinned Carter Vetsch (HOL), 0:41.
126: Championship – Mason McMillen (REED) def. Tanner Kanable (MAR), 10-4.
132: Championship – Dalton Schams (WS) def. Caden Fry (REED), 5-1.
138: Championship – Mason Phillips (ECN) def. Tanner Schultz (HOL), 10-4; Third place – Aaron Bahr (WS) def. Caden Pearce (MAR), 11-6.
145: Championship – Teagen Miller (MAU) def. Brett Von Ruden (SP), 3-1.
152: Championship – Jarett Dolata (MAU) def. Austin Rauls (DF), 14-13; Seventh place – Corbin Hauser (SP) def. Payton Young (MAR), 11-7.
160: Championship – Max Maylor (IGH) def. Hayden Krein (SP), 6-1.
170: Championship – Kalyn Jahn (HOL) won major dec. over Mathias Krein (SP), 11-0.
182: Championship – Isaac Lahr (HOL) def. Brady Peat (IGH), 7-2; Third place – Stephen Buchanan (NGL) pinned Issac Slark (MAR), 0:54.
195: Championship – Sam Mitchell (MAR) pinned Lucas Ingold (NGL), 5:23.
220: Championship – Drew Hennessey (IGH) pinned Jack Westcott (HOL), 0:32.
285: Championship – Jesse Fiers (HOL) def. Dom Meurrett (MAU), 7-3; Third place – Noah Benish (SP) def. Connor Berry (MAR), 5-2.

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Marshfield girls basketball pulls out road win at Waunakee

Posted on 20 January 2018 by paul


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WAUNAKEE – Meg Bryan had 16 points, and Katie Osinski added 15 points and eight rebounds to lift the Marshfield girls basketball team to a 56-52 nonconference win over Waunakee on Saturday afternoon at Waunakee High School.

Bryan was 4-for-7 from 3-point range and 4-for-5 at the free throw line, and Osinski made six of her eight shot attempts for the Tigers, who improve to 6-8 with the road win.

Jenna Jakobi added eight points and nine rebounds, and Kaydee Johnson had a career-high nine points for Marshfield, which was playing without starting center Hannah Meverden.

The Tigers trailed 32-26 at halftime before outscoring Waunakee (10-5) 30-20 in the second half.

Marshfield hosts Stevens Point as part of a girls-boys doubleheader on Tuesday. The girls game starts at 5:45 p.m., with the boys to follow at approximately 7:15 p.m. Both games will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and

Tigers 56, Warriors 52
Marshfield 26 30 – 56
Waunakee 32 20 – 52
Kaydee Johnson 2-4 4-4 9, Meg Bryan 4-7 4-5 16, Maddie Michaelis 1-4 1-1 4, Desirae Weisenberger 2-6 0-0 4, Corianne Johnson 0-2 0-0 0, Katie Osinski 6-8 3-5 15, Jenna Jakobi 4-10 0-2 8. FG: 19-41. FT: 12-17. 3-pointers: 6-14 (Bryan 4-7, Michaelis 1-4, K. Johnson 1-1, C. Johnson 0-2). Rebounds: 35 (Jakobi 9, Osinski 8). Turnovers: 22. Fouls: 8. Fouled out: none. Record: 6-8.
WAUNAKEE (52): Cody Nechvatal 0-1 0-0 0, Kacie Murray 0-2 1-2 1, Melanie Watson 3-4 0-0 6, Elena Maier 5-15 0-0 13, Caitlyn Kesilewski 1-2 0-0 3, Astrid Harrison 0-3 0-0 0, Maddie Farnsworth 4-10 3-4 12, CiCi Rindy 7-13 1-3 17. FG: 20-51. FT: 5-9. 3-pointers: 7-18 (Maier 3-9, Rindy 2-3, Kesilewski 1-1, Farnsworth 1-3, Murray 0-2). Rebounds: 15 (Rindy 5). Turnovers: 10. Fouls: 14. Fouled out: none. Record: 10-5.

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Marshfield boys hockey loses at Stevens Point

Posted on 19 January 2018 by paul


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STEVENS POINT – Barrett Brooks, Dayne Hoyord and Devon Blaes each scored twice to lift Stevens Point to a 6-1 win over Marshfield in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Thursday at K.B. Willett Arena.

Hoyord added two assists and Spencer Wierzba saved 17 of 18 shots for the Panthers, who pull one-half game ahead of Wausau West for first place in the WVC at 6-1 (17-2 overall).

Nick Urban scored Marshfield’s only goal, off an assist from Adam Maki, on a power play at the 10:31 mark of the second period, cutting the Panthers’ lead to 2-1.

Stevens Point responded with four unanswered goals over the final 20 minutes.

Marshfield drops to 9-9 overall and 0-6 in the Valley. The Tigers host Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday.

Panthers 6, Tigers 1
Marshfield 0 1 0 – 1
Stevens Point 2 1 3 – 6
First period:
1. SP, Barrett Brooks (Dayne Hoyord), 4:58; 2. SP, Brooks (Devon Blaes, Jake Minch), pp., 16:52.
Second period: 3. M, Nick Urban (Adam Maki), pp., 10:31; 4. SP, Hoyord (Brooks, Minch), 14:52.
Third period: 5. SP, Hoyord (Minch, Trey Zagrzebski), 4:17; 6. SP, Blaes (Cole Beilke, Carter Smigaj), 8:27; 7. SP, Blaes (Beilke, Hoyord), pp., 13:22.
Saves: M, A.J. Trierweiler 33; SP, Spencer Wierzba 17.
Records: Marshfield 9-9, 0-6 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Stevens Point 17-2, 6-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield wrestling tops Wausau East, now 5-0 in WVC

Posted on 18 January 2018 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield wrestling team stands one win from a second-straight Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet season championship after a 66-6 rout of Wausau East on Thursday night at Marshfield High School.

Marshfield improves to 5-0 in the WVC with its final meet Jan. 25 at Wausau West. The Wisconsin Valley Conference Tournament, which the Tigers also won last year, will be Feb. 3 at Wausau East.

Marshfield won six matches by pin and two others by forfeit, and suffered just one loss in the dual.

Caden Dennee (120 pounds), Brayden Richardson (145), Issac Slark (195) and Conner Berry (285) won for the Tigers with first-period pins. Dennee’s and Richardson’s came within the first minutes of their matches.

Payton Young (152) and Sam Mitchell (220) also earned pins for Marshfield.

Caden Pearce (138) won by technical fall and Tanner Kanable (126) won by major decision for the Tigers.

“Tonight was the last home dual meet of the season and we took that opportunity to honor all the parents involved in the wrestling program as well as our senior wrestlers,” Marshfield coach Jackson Hein said. “This year’s seniors, Alex Brost, AJ Leonhardt, Conner Berry, Quinton Alexander, Alex Slark and Payton Young, have helped out our program in so many ways. It’s such an honor to coach them and watch them develop into young men throughout their four years at MHS.”

Marshfield will compete at the Sparta Invitational on Saturday.

Marshfield 66, Wausau East 6
106: Double forfeit.
113: Gabe Pugh (MAR) won by forfeit.
120: Caden Dennee (MAR) pinned Austin Wenzlick, 0:44.
126: Tanner Kanable (MAR) won by major dec. over Ben Diny, 10-2.
132: Spencer Wirthlin (MAR) def. Sam Meyers, 7-1.
138: Caden Pearce (MAR) won by technical fall over Travis Juedes, 18-1.
145: Brayden Richardson (MAR) pinned John Gibbs, 0:47.
152: Payton Young (MAR) pinned Ryan Daniel, 2:40.
160: Pierce Steffen (WE) pinned Bradley Hendrickson, 5:43.
170: Ben Gust (MAR) won by forfeit.
182: Bentley Schwanebeck-Ostermann (MAR) def. Thomas Rodman, injury default.
195: Issac Slark (MAR) pinned Tata Haugen, 1:01.
220: Sam Mitchell (MAR) pinned Reese Ament, 2:57.
285: Conner Berry (MAR) pinned Dylan Barforth, 1:28.

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Marshfield boys swimming beats Wausau East for first WVC win in two seasons

Posted on 16 January 2018 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield won eight of the 11 events and earned its first Wisconsin Valley Conference boys swimming dual meet victory in the past two seasons as it downed Wausau East 100-70 on Tuesday in its final home meet of the season.

Myles Jensen and Ethan Dagit each won two events, and Dagit was part of two more wins in relays for Marshfield (1-6 WVC).

Jensen won the 200-yard freestyle in 2:04.02 and the 500 freestyle relay in 5:37.26, while Dagit took first in the 50 freestyle (25.12 seconds) and the 100 freestyle (56.66).

Jeffery Berres, Nathan Albanito, Jacob Dick and Dagit won the 200 medley relay in 1:53.92, and Berres, Albanito, Dagit and Jensen took first in the 400 freestyle relay in 3:50.08 for the Tigers.

Albanito won the 100 butterfly in 1:03.74 and Dick finished first in the breaststroke in 1:11.37 for Marshfield’s other two wins.

Dick was second in the 200 individual medley (2:24.15) and Berres took second in the 100 freestyle (57.37) as well for Marshfield.

Marshfield wraps up its Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet schedule at D.C. Everest on Jan. 25 and the conference meet will be held at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Feb. 1.

Marshfield 100, Wausau East 70
Winners and Marshfield finishers
200 medley relay:
1. Marshfield (Jeffery Berres, Jacob Dick, Nathan Albanito, Ethan Dagit) 1:53.92; 3. Marshfield (Justin Kang, Scott Thompson, Alec Brenner, Eli Swansen) 1:59.75; 5. Marshfield (Brandon Koran, Kyle Schultz, Isaac Eberl, Alex Wehrman) 2:13.74.
200 freestyle: 1. Myles Jensen (MAR) 2:04.02; 3. Connor Berres (MAR) 2:19.76; 4. Brock Hamm (MAR) 2:20.67.
200 IM: 1. Jordan Straub (WE) 2:19.27; 2. Dick (MAR) 2:24.15; 3. Thompson (MAR) 2:38.00; 5. Swansen (MAR) 2:47.47; 6. Schultz (MAR) 2:54.23.
50 freestyle: 1. Dagit (MAR) 25.12; 4. Albanito (MAR) 25.43; 6. Jarreth Schaefer (MAR) 27.40.
100 butterfly: 1. Albanito (MAR) 1:03.74; 3. Brenner (MAR) 1:07.57; 5. Hamm (MAR) 1:15.26.
100 freestyle: 1. Dagit (MAR) 56.66; 2. J. Berres (MAR) 57.37; 4. Kang (MAR) 58.20.
500 freestyle: 1. Jensen (MAR) 5:37.26; 3. C. Berres (MAR) 6:29.05; 5. Eberl (MAR) 6:52.51; 6. Gage Plechaty (MAR) 7:39.22.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Wausau East (Vincent Schmitt, Caleb Gruszynski, Max Romang, Straub) 1:40.67; 2. Marshfield (Thompson, Kang, Dick, Jensen) 1:43.16; 3. Marshfield (Schaefer, Alex Wuethrich, Calvin Lawler, Hamm) 1:50.67; 4. Marshfield (Koran, Craig Paulman, Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson, C. Berres) 1:53.86.
100 backstroke: 1. Straub (WE) 1:03.84; 3. J. Berres (MAR) 1:07.74; 4. Kang (MAR) 1:12.84; 5. Brenner (MAR) 1:15.84.
100 breaststroke: 1. Dick (MAR) 1:11.37; 3. Thompson (MAR) 1:17.31; 6. Wehrman (MAR) 1:22.74.
400 freestyle relay: 1. Marshfield (J. Berres, Albanito, Dagit, Jensen) 3:50.08; 3. Marshfield (Brenner, Swansen,. Hamm, Lawler) 4:07.01; 4. Marshfield (Elhendy-Gunnarsson, Cole Hanson, C. Berres, Schaefer) 4:31.89.
No team scores
Winners and Marshfield finishers
200 freestyle:
1. Wuethrich (MAR) 2:31.37; 2. Hanson (MAR) 2:35.84; 3. Plechaty (MAR) 2:41.44.
50 freestyle: 1. Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MAR) 26.43; 2. Lawler (MAR) 27.14; 3. Dane Tollefson (MAR) 29.09; 4. Koran (MAR) 29.48; 5. Rison LaBrec (MAR) 31.64; 6. Adrian Mayagoitia (MAR) 35.63; 7. Howard Hang (MAR) 37.56.
100 freestyle: 1. Lawler (MAR) 1:07.22; 2. Wehrman (MAR) 1:07.29; 3. Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MAR) 1:08.32; 4. Paulman (MAR) 1:11.38; 5. Wuethrich (MAR) 1;12.64; 6. Ryan North (MAR) 1:18.23.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Marshfield (Wehrman, Tollefson, LaBrec, Schultz) 1:57.64.
100 backstroke: 1. Hanson (MAR) 1:26.65; 2. Koran (MAR) 1:29.05; 3. Schaefer (MAR) 1:31.97; 4. Mayagoitia (MAR) 1:32.46; 5. Eberl (MAR) 1:37.02.
100 breaststroke: 1. Swansen (MAR) 1:25.18; 2. Schultz (MAR) 1:29.21; 3. North (MAR) 1:33.19. 4. Paulman (MAR) 1:36.91.
400 freestyle relay: 1. Marshfield (Wuethrich, LaBrec, Eberl, North) 5:16.73; 2. Marshfield (Plechaty, Mayagoitia, Hong, Tollefson) 5:27.68.

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Annual Marshfield Legion Baseball Bonanza set for Feb. 17

Posted on 14 January 2018 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – The 26th annual Bob Frautcshy Baseball Bonanza will be held Feb. 17 at the American Legion Post 54 Clubhouse, 2100 South Maple Avenue.

Proceeds from the annual event support the Marshfield American Legion baseball program.

Tickets are $30 and the event includes beer, soda, and a beef tip and chicken dinner. Other drinks will be available at a cash bar.

Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m., with dinner served at 6:30 p.m., and a program at 8 p.m.

Raffles, a drawing for prizes, and plenty of baseball talk will be part of the evening.

Tickets are available at the Post 54 Legion Hall, Scotty’s Pizza and Chicken, and Hiller’s True Value and Just Ask Rental center, as well as from any Legion board member.

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