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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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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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Big second period lifts Marshfield boys hockey past Chequamegon/Phillips

Posted on 12 January 2018 by paul

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PARK FALLS – Marshfield scored four unanswered goals in the second period to bust open a tight game and went on to defeat Chequamegon/Phillips 7-3 in a nonconference boys hockey game Friday night at the Park Falls Recreation Arena.

Marshfield led 3-2 after two goals by Nick Urban and another from Ryan Krueger in the first period, then turned it on in the second to take a five-goal advantage.

Krueger scored twice, and Justin Stanek and Dominic Lange also had goals in the second for the Tigers.

A.J. Trierweiler finished with 13 saves in goal for the Tigers, who improve to 9-8.

“We didn’t have our best effort in the first or the third period, but we had a glimpse of what our team can put together throughout the second,” Marshfield coach Eric Bowman said. “We need to improve on some areas of our game as we jump back into conference play next week.

“The coaching staff is happy with our teams general direction, as we have been improving a great deal and are on track to have one of the better seasons in Marshfield history. However, we have been making a lot of mistakes that can be cleaned up so we can be productive against better teams in our conference.”

Marshfield’s next game is Thursday at Stevens Point.

Tigers 7, Screaming Eagles 3
Chequamegon/Phillips 2 0 1 – 3
Marshfield 3 4 0 – 7
First period:
1. C, Tolvo Kivimaa, 0:39; 2. M, Nick Urban (Max Heller, Isaiah Baierl), 2:46; 3. M, Urban (Ryan Krueger, Baierl), pp., 4:08; 4. C, Seth Gehrke (Brendan BeBeau, Justin Weinberger), pp., 14:29; 5. M, Krueger (Urban, Isaac Wellens), 15:57.
Second period: 6. M, Krueger (Adam Maki), 2:24; 7. M, Justin Stanek (Heller), 3:23; 8. M, Dominic Lange (Ben Lawyer, Blaine Neinast), 5:32; 9. M, Krueger (Wellens, Urban), pp., 12:33.
Third period: 10. C, Kivimaa, pp., 5:11.
Saves: M, A.J. Trierweiler 13; C, Austin Schwilk 40.
Records: Marshfield 9-8, Chequamegon/Phillips 6-9.

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Wausau West blanks Marshfield boys hockey

Posted on 09 January 2018 by paul

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WAUSAU – Wausau West held Marshfield to just seven shots on goal and won 7-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Tuesday at Marathon Park.

Ben Langlois and Sam Techel each scored twice for the Warriors, who remain in first place in the Valley at 5-0 and improve to 10-3-1 overall.

Nick Hahner saved all seven shots in goal to earn the shutout for Wausau West.

A.J. Trierweiler had 58 saves for the Tigers (8-8, 0-5 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Marshfield plays at Chequamegon in a nonconference game Friday.

Warriors 7, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0
Wausau West 2 3 2 – 7
First period:
1. WW, Frank Dovorany (John Proxop), pp., 11:17; 2. WW, Ben Langlois (Dayne Hagedorn, Sam Sippel), 12:16.
Second period: 3. WW, Max Techel (Marc Sippel), 0:28; 4. WW, S. Techel (Ty Balling, Sam Sippel), pp., 10:31; 5. WW, Proxop (Cade Lemmer), 13:47.
Third period: 6. WW, S. Techel (M. Sippel, Lemmer), 2:15; 7. WW, Langlois (Proxop, Ben Brimacombe), 4:59.
Saves: M, A.J. Trierweiler 58; WW, Nick Hahner 7.
Records: Marshfield 8-8, 0-5 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wausau West 10-3-1, 5-0 WVC.

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Marshfield boys hockey scores twice in third period to slip past Ashland

Posted on 06 January 2018 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield scored twice in the first 5 minutes of the third period to break open a tie game and defeat Ashland 4-3 in a nonconference boys hockey game Saturday at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

Nick Urban scored 3:14 into the third period and Isaac Wellens added another score less than 2 minutes later to push Marshfield (8-7) to the victory.

“We overcame some adversity tonight and played hard,” Marshfield coach Eric Bowman said. “It was a team win. We had some young guys step up (Nick Urban) and fill important roles tonight. We finally feel like we are seeing glimpses of the potential we have as a hockey team.”

Marshfield overcame an early 1-0 deficit with two goals in the final 2:07 of the first period. Tyler Spaeth and Urban scored for the Tigers, to give them a 2-1 lead.

Ashland tied it with a goal midway through the second period, before the Tigers pulled away late.

A.J. Trierweiler had 31 saves in goal for Marshfield.

Marshfield plays at Wausau West on Tuesday.

Tigers 4, Oredockers 3
Ashland 1 1 1 – 3
Marshfield 2 0 2 – 4
First period:
1. A, Jack Santini (Connor Olson), 1:52; 2. M, Tyler Spaeth (Nate Boson), 14:53; 3. M, Nick Urban (Ryan Krueger, Adam Maki), pp., 15:52.
Second period: 4. A, Cade Hustari (Parker Bresette, Billy Watland), pp. 7:05.
Third period: 5. M, Urban (Krueger), 3:14; 6. M, Isaac Wellens (Maki), 5:05; 7. A, Watland (Orion Peralski), pp., 15:59.
Saves: A, Brandon Hudson 23; M, A.J. Trierweiler 31.
Records: Ashland 7-6; Marshfield 8-7.

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Marshfield boys hockey routs Mosinee

Posted on 02 January 2018 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Ryan Krueger scored a hat trick in the first 21 minutes of the game to help Marshfield build a big lead and the Tigers went on to beat Mosinee 8-3 in a nonconference boys hockey game Tuesday at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

Krueger scored three goals in a 10-minute stretch, and Tyler Spaeth added another, to put Marshfield up 4-1.

Nick Urban added two more goals, and Evan Weister and Isaac Wellens also scored for the Tigers (7-7).

“We had a good game tonight all around after a two bad losses last week,” Marshfield coach Eric Bowman said. “Our power play produced and we found some secondary scoring. We feel like things are coming together for the second half of the season and hope to carry some momentum into a big weekend game against Ashland on Saturday night.”

A.J. Trierweiler had 22 saves in goal for Marshfield.

The Tigers host Ashland at 6 p.m. Saturday.

Tigers 8, Indians 3
Mosinee 1 1 1 – 3
Marshfield 3 3 2 – 8
First period:
1. MAR, Ryan Krueger (Isaiah Baierl, Adam Maki), pp., 11:12; 2. MAR, Tyler Spaeth (Baierl), 12:24; 3. MOS, Gunner Colbert (Jared Jacobs), 13:01; 4. MAR, Krueger, 16:58.
Second period: 5. MAR, Krueger (Ben Baur), 3:59; 6. MOS, Quinn Seeger (Colbert), 4:26; 7. MAR, Evan Weister, 14:20; 8. MAR, Nick Urban (Spaeth), 15:40.
Third period: 9. MOS, Colbert (Keign Charneski), 13:39; 10. MAR, Urban (Isaac Wellens), 14:58; 11. MAR, Wellens (Maki), pp., 16:05.
Saves: MOS, Tucker Stepan 21, Stanford Swid 8. MAR, A.J. Trierweiler 22.
Records: Mosinee 1-8; Marshfield 7-7.

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D.C. Everest shuts out Marshfield boys hockey

Posted on 22 December 2017 by paul

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SCHOFIELD – Marshfield managed just 12 shots on goal and were blanked by D.C. Everest 8-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Thursday at Greenheck Fieldhouse.

Ben Weller hit for a hat trick and J.J. Berdal had a pair of goals for the Evergreens (7-3, 2-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Jakob Schmidt and A.J. Trierweiler split time in goal for Marshfield (6-7, 0-4 WVC), with Schmidt tallying 29 saves and Trierweiler seven.

Marshfield’s next game is Jan. 2 at home against Mosinee.

Evergreens 8, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0
D.C. Everest 2 3 3 – 8
First period:
1. DC, J.J. Berdal (Brendan Hoover), 11:07; 2. DC, Ben Weller (Colby Schmitt), 12:50.
Second period: 3. DC, Berdal (Ty Tretter), 4:58; 4. Dylan Schiro (Grant Oertel), 5:11; 5. DC, Weller (Schmitt), 12:47.
Third period: 6. DC, Hoover (Ryan Begley, Tretter), 7:02; 7. DC, Jacob Jakusz (Tretter, Matt Lukasik), pp., 10:08; 8. C, Weller, 15:04.
Penalties: Marshfield 2 for 4:00; D.C. Everest 7 for 25:00.
Saves: M, A.J. Trierweiler 7, Jakob Schmidt 29. DC, Michael Janke 12.
Records: Marshfield 6-7, 0-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference; D.C. Everest 7-3, 2-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield boys hockey drops home game to Wausau East/Merrill

Posted on 19 December 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys hockey team had its four-game winning streak snapped as it dropped a 2-1 decision to Wausau East/Merrill in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Tuesday night at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

East/Merrill (2-6, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference) scored twice in the second period to break open a scoreless game, and held off a late charge from Marshfield (6-6, 0-3 WVC).

Seth Peterson scored with 5:47 remaining in the game for Marshfield to cut the deficit to 2-1, but the Tigers couldn’t get another goal across.

Marshfield plays at D.C. Everest on Thursday.

Bluejacks 2, Tigers 1
Wausau East/Merrill 0 2 0 – 2
Marshfield 0 0 1 – 1
Second period:
1. WEM, Brennan Harsh, 5:09; 2. WEM, James Pawlicki (Harsh), pp., 15:26.
Third period: 3. M, Seth Peterson (Ryan Krueger, Evan Weister), 11:13.
Saves: WEM, Caleb McCorkle 22; M, Jakob Schmidt 20.
Records: Wausau East/Merrill 2-6, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 6-6, 0-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield boys hockey wins twice to finish off Thiel Memorial Tournament title

Posted on 17 December 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys hockey team defeated the WSLFG Blizzard and Regis/Altoona/McDonell to win the title at its home Andrew Thiel Memorial Invitational on Saturday at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

Marshfield routed WSFLG (Webster/Siren/Frederic/Luck/Grantsburg) 11-1 and came back to beat Regis/Altoona/McDonell 6-4 to finish the two-day tournament with a 3-0 record and improve to 6-5 this season.

In the win against WSFLG, Marshfield scored nine times in the first period as it cruised to the win.

Evan Weister had three goals and and Ryan Krueger scored twice in the first period for the Tigers.

Isaac Wellens, Ben Baur, Tyler Spaeth and Dominic Lange also had goals in the opening period for the Tigers. Spaeth and Ben Claessens added goals in the win.

Marshfield scored three times in the first period against Regis/Altoona/McDonell, before losing the lead as the Ramblers scored three times in the second period to take a 4-3 lead.

The Tigers rallied, with Krueger scoring twice and Wellens adding another in less than 4 minutes late in the game.

“We played the brand of hockey that we thought would lead to success against RAM,” Marshfield coach Eric Bowman. “The second period we took a lot of bad penalties, and they made us pay for losing our heads. We had a great response in the third period and came out with our home tournament championship. The coaches are proud of the heart the team has shown over the last four-game stretch.”

Marshfield hosts Wausau East/Merrill on Tuesday.

Tigers 11, Blizzard 1
WSFLG 0 0 1 – 1
Marshfield 9 1 1 – 11
First period:
1. M, Isaac Wellens (Ryan Krueger, Evan Weister), 0:19; 2. M, Weister (Krueger, Seth Peterson), 3:19; 3. M, Ben Baur (Krueger), pp., 6:08; 4. M, Weister (Isaiah Baierl, Wellens), pp., 9:24; 5. M, Weister (Baierl, Wellens), 11:54; 6. M, Krueger (Wellens), 12:10; 7. M, Tyler Spaeth (Justin Stanek, Blaine Neinast), 12:26; 8. M, Krueger (Adam Maki, Wellens), pp., 13:39; 9. M, Dominic Lange (M), 14:22.
Second period: 10. M, Spaeth (Stanek, Neinast), 3:48.
Third period: 11. M, Ben Claessens (Ian Haugen), pp. 1:25; 12. W, Brenton Nelson (Jase Quimby), 11:44.
Saves: WSFLG, Thorne Carter 17; M, A.J. Trierweiler 13.
Records: WSFLG 0-5; Marshfield 5-5.

Tigers 6, Ramblers 4
Regis/Altoona/McDonell 1 3 0 – 4
Marshfield 3 0 3 – 6
First period:
1. RAM, Tommy Schmidt, 12:48; 2. M, Tyler Spaeth (Max Heller, Blaine Neinast), 14:48; 3. M, Krueger, 16:28; 4. M, Nate Boson, 16:52.
Second period: 5. RAM, Nolan Hellegers (Tommy Schmidt, Kolten Wright), 5:55; 6. RAM, Wright (Hellegers), 6:14; 7. RAM, Tucker Comero (Hellegers, Wright), pp., 15:22.
Third period: 8. M, Krueger (Isaac Wellens, Evan Weister), 12:24; 9. M, Krueger (Weister, Ben Baur), 15:09; 10. M, Wellens, 16:12.
Saves: RAM, Keaton Comero 27; M, A.J. Trierweiler 21.
Records: Regis/Altoona/McDonell 3-3; Marshfield 6-5.

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Marshfield boys hockey blasts Chequamegon/Phillips

Posted on 15 December 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Nick Urban passes to a teammate during the Tigers’ win over Chequamegon/Phillips on Friday night at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield scored early and often, rolling to a big win in its opener of the Andrew Thiel Memorial Tournament on Friday night at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

The Tigers put up four goals in the first period and six more in the second to whip Chequamegon/Phillips 11-3 and improve to 4-5 this season after winning their second game in a row.

Evan Weister and Ryan Krueger each scored twice, and seven other Marshfield players tallied goals in the victory.

“I feel like the come-from-behind victory on Tuesday (against Waupaca) has allowed us to gain some momentum,” Marshfield coach Eric Bowman said. “We were able to play a lot of young players tonight to allow them to get varsity experience. Now we need to shift our focus to two big games tomorrow for the program.”

Ben Lawyer got the ball rolling with a goal off assists from Nate Boson and Nick Urban 5:31 into the game.

Weister, Max Heller, and Isaac Wellens added goals in the first period, and Ben Baur scored 7:04 into the second period to give the Tigers a 5-0 lead.

Chequamegon/Phillips (3-2) scored just 22 points later before the onslaught started for the Tigers.

Marshfield scored five goals in a span of 5:26 to open up a 10-1 lead. Krueger scored twice in the run, and Weister, Boson, and Justin Stanek added goals to help the Tigers open up the nine-goal advantage.

Urban added a goal 2:52 into the third period for the Tigers’ final goal.
Marshfield plays the WSFLG (Webster, Siren, Frederic, Luck, Grantsburg) Blizzard at 12:15 p.m. and Eau Claire Regis at 6:15 p.m. as the Andrew Thiel Tournament wraps up Saturday at the Marshfield Area Ice Arena.

Tigers 11, Screaming Eagles 3
Chequamegon/Phillips 0 2 1 – 3
Marshfield 4 6 1 – 11
First period:
1. M, Ben Lawyer (Nate Boson, Nick Urban), 5:31; 2. M, Evan Weister (Ryan Krueger), 8:41; 3. M, Max Heller (Adam Maki, Krueger), 9:50; 4. M, Isaac Wellens (Ben Baur, Weister), 12:37.
Second period: 5. M, Baur (Tyler Spaeth), 7:04; 6. CP, Seth Gehrke (Jonathan Ocker), 7:26; 7. M, Weister (Wellens), 8:25; 8. M, Boson (Lawyer, Urban), 9:31; 9. M, Krueger (Wellens), 10:36; 10. M, Justin Stanek (Spaeth, Krueger), 11:46; 11. M, Krueger, sh., 13:51; 12. CP, Gehrke (Justin Weinberger), pp., 16:21.
Third period: 13. M, Urban (Maki), 2:52; 14. CP, Brendan BeBeau (Grayson Kief, Toivo Kivimaa), 11:38.
Saves: CP, Austin Schwilk 28; M, A.J. Trierweiler 10, Jakob Schmidt 11.
Records: Chequamegon/Phillips 3-2; Marshfield 4-5.

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