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Marshfield’s Roy-Peterson earns spot on 2016-17 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Hockey Team

Posted on 30 March 2017 by paul

Marshfield goalie Haydon Roy-Peterson was an honorable mention choice to the 2016-17 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Hockey Team. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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Marshfield senior goalie Haydon Roy-Peterson was the lone Tiger named to the 2016-17 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Hockey Team.

Roy-Peterson was an honorable mention choice after compiling a conference-high 353 saves and an 86.7 percent save percentage in nine conference games for the Tigers, who finished 1-8-1 in the WVC and 10-14-1 overall.

“Haydon was a player that allowed our young team to grow up in varsity hockey,” Marshfield coach Eric Bowman said. “When players made mistakes, often Haydon would bail us out with a big save. He kept our team close in games that we had no business being in, and he made saves that most goaltenders wouldn’t have stopped.

“He took big strides this season locker room this season as well, as he held his composure on nights where he was seeing 50-60 shots against some of the top teams in the state of Wisconsin, literally fighting through physical and mental exhaustion in the face of constant pressure from very talented opponents.”

Stevens Point sophomore Cole Caufield and Wausau West senior Nick Techel were both unanimous first-team selections at forward and were named Co-Players of the Year.

Caufield led the conference in goals with 24 and was tied for the lead in assists with 13. Techel had nine goals and six assists for Wausau West, which shared the conference title with Stevens Point.

Stevens Point goalie Phil Trzebiatowski, Wausau West defenseman Kellen Tharaldson, D.C. Everest defenseman J.J. Berdal, and Wausau West forward Josh Bohlin round out the first team.

2016-17 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Hockey Team
First Team
Goalie:
Phil Trzebiatowski, sr., Stevens Point.
Defensemen: J.J. Berdal, jr., D.C. Everest; Kellen Tharaldson, sr., Wausau West.
Forwards: *Cole Caufield, so., Stevens Point; *Nick Techel, sr., Wausau West; Josh Bohlin, jr., Wausau West. (*denotes unanimous selection)
Second Team
Goalie:
Jacob Warnke, sr., Wausau West.
Defensemen: Max Techel, jr., Wausau West; Isaac Gilbert, jr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Forwards: Seth Jablinski, sr., D.C. Everest; Austin Burgener, sr., Merrill/Wausau East; Christian Bardarson, sr., Wausau West.
Honorable Mention
Goalies:
Michael Janke, jr., D.C. Everest; Haydon Roy-Peterson, sr., Marshfield; Bryce Broeking, sr., Merrill/Wausau East.
Defensemen: Ben Brown, sr., Merrill/Wausau East; Jarett Jones, sr., Stevens Point; Jacob Evans, sr., Wausau West.
Forwards: Ryan Begley, jr., D.C. Everest; Barrett Brooks, fr., Stevens Point; Chase Miller, sr., Stevens Point; Marc Sippel, fr., Wausau West; Colton Flammini, so., Wisconsin Rapids.
Co-Players of the Year: Cole Caufield, Stevens Point, and Nick Techel, Wausau West.

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2017 WIAA boys hockey playoffs, regional & sectional scores

Posted on 19 February 2017 by paul

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The field for the 2017 WIAA State Boys Hockey Tournament has been set after eight sectionals were played Feb. 24-25.

The state tournament will be March 2-4 at Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

Here are all the regional and sectional scores:

2017 WIAA State Boys Hockey Playoffs
Sectional 1
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 8 Amery 7, No. 9 Grantsburg 1
No. 7 Spooner 4, No. 10 Menomonie 3
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 Hudson 13, No. 8 Amery 0
No. 4 Somerset 3, No. 5 Baldwin-Woodville 2 (OT)
No. 2 Superior 8, No. 7 Spooner 0
Regional finals, Feb. 17
No. 3 New Richmond 2, No. 6 River Falls 0
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Hudson 10, No. 4 Somerset 0
No. 2 Superior 5, No. 3 New Richmond 2
Sectional final, Feb. 25
No. 1 Hudson 7, No. 2 Superior 2
Sectional 2
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 9 Eau Claire Regis 7, No. 8 Medford 2
No. 6 Ashland 10, No. 11 Chequamegon/Phillips 0
No. 7 Marshfield 3, No. 10 Black River Falls 2
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 Eau Claire Memorial 6, No. 9 Eau Claire Regis 0
No. 4 Rice Lake 6, No. 5 Hayward 3
No. 2 Chippewa Falls 4, No. 7 Marshfield 0
Regional finals, Feb. 17
No. 3 Eau Claire North 7, No. 6 Ashland 2
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Eau Claire Memorial 3, No. 4 Rice Lake 0
No. 2 Chippewa Falls 4, No. 3 Eau Claire North 2
Sectional final, Feb. 25
No. 1 Eau Claire Memorial 4, No. 2 Chippewa Falls 2
Sectional 3
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 8 Merrill/Wausau East 3, No. 9 Rhinelander/Three Lakes 2 (OT)
No. 6 Wisconsin Rapids 6, No. 11 Stevens Point Pacelli 2
No. 7 Lakeland/Mercer 5, No. 10 Tomahawk 2
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 Wausau West 11, No. 8 Merrill/Wausau East 2
No. 4 Northland Pines 5, No. 5 Mosinee 3
No. 3 D.C. Everest 4, No. 6 Wisconsin Rapids 3
No. 2 Stevens Point 5, No. 7 Lakeland/Mercer 0
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Wausau West 8, No. 4 Northland Pines 0
No. 2 Stevens Point 9, No. 3 D.C. Everest 1
Sectional final, Feb. 25
No. 1 Wausau West 3, No. 2 Stevens Point 1 (OT)
Sectional 4
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 9 Sauk Prairie 6, No. 8 Tomah 2
No. 6 DeForest 6, No. 11 Viroqua 1
No. 7 Baraboo 10, No. 10 Sparta 0
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 West Salem/Bangor 5, No. 9 Sauk Prairie 1
No. 4 La Crosse Aquinas 8, No. 5 La Crosse Central/Logan 3
No. 3 Reedsburg 5, No. 6 DeForest 4 (OT)
No. 2 Onalaska 3, No. 7 Baraboo 1
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 West Salem/Bangor 4, No. 4 La Crosse Aquinas 2
No. 3 Reedsburg 2, No. 2 Onalaska 1
Sectional final, Feb. 25
No. 1 West Salem/Bangor 5, No. 3 Reedsburg 2
Sectional 5
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 8 Waupaca 2, No. 9 Oshkosh North 1
No. 6 Bay Port 8, No. 11 Green Bay East 1
No. 10 Ashwaubenon 6, No. 7 De Pere/West De Pere 2
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 Neenah 7, No. 8 Waupaca 1
No. 6 Bay Port 4, No. 3 Antigo 3 (OT)
No. 2 Green Bay Notre Dame 8, No. 10 Ashwaubenon 3
Regional finals, Feb. 17
No. 5 Appleton East 6, No. 4 Appleton Xavier 2
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Neenah 4, No. 5 Appleton East 0
No. 6 Bay Port 4, No. 2 Green Bay Notre Dame 2
Sectional final, Feb. 25
No. 6 Bay Port 3, No. 1 Neenah 2
Sectional 6
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 8 Waunakee 4, No. 9 Monona Grove 3 (OT)
No. 6 Oregon 12, No. 11 Madison La Follette/East 2
No. 7 Madison Memorial 5, No. 10 McFarland 2
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 Verona 7, No. 8 Waunakee 3
No. 5 Madison West 3, No. 4 Madison Edgewood 2 (2 OT)
No. 3 Middleton 6, No. 6 Oregon 1
No. 2 Sun Prairie 3, No. 7 Madison Memorial 1
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Verona 5, No. 5 Madison West 3
No. 2 Sun Prairie 2, No. 3 Middleton 1
Sectional final, Feb. 24
No. 2 Sun Prairie 5, No. 1 Verona 3
Sectional 7
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 9 Stoughton 1, No. 8 Greendale 0
No. 6 Beloit Memorial 8, No. 11 Monroe 2
No. 7 Kenosha Bradford 7, No. 10 Milton 0
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 1 Waukesha North 7, No. 9 Stoughton 2
No. 7 Kenosha Bradford 7, No. 2 Janesville Craig/Parker 3
Regional finals, Feb. 17
No. 5 Kettle Moraine 5, No. 4 Whitefish Bay 1
No. 6 Beloit Memorial 2, No. 3 Milwaukee Marquette 1
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Waukesha North 3, No. 5 Kettle Moraine 2
No. 6 Beloit Memorial 6, No. 7 Kenosha Bradford 0
Sectional final, Feb. 25
No. 1 Waukesha North 4, No. 6 Beloit Memorial 0
Sectional 8
Regional semifinals, Feb. 14

No. 9 West Bend West 6, No. 8 Beaver Dam 1
No. 6 Sheboygan South 3, No. 11 Cedarburg 1
No. 7 Brookfield East 8, No. 10 Fond du Lac 5
Regional finals, Feb. 16
No. 5 Waupun 4, No. 4 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 1
Regional finals, Feb. 17
No. 1 Hartland Arrowhead 5, No. 9 West Bend West 2
No. 3 University School of Milwaukee 7, No. 6 Sheboygan South 0
No. 7 Brookfield East 8, No. 2 Mequon Homestead 6
Sectional semifinals, Feb. 21
No. 1 Hartland Arrowhead 6, No. 5 Waupun 0
No. 3 University School of Milwaukee 6, No. 7 Brookfield East 0
Sectional final, Feb. 24
No. 1 Hartland Arrowhead 4, No. 3 University School of Milwaukee 1

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Marshfield boys hockey shut out by Chippewa Falls in WIAA regional final

Posted on 16 February 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Zach Schmidt, left, controls the puck during the Tigers’ WIAA regional final playoff game Thursday at Chippewa Falls. The Tigers lost 4-0. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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CHIPPEWA FALLS – The Marshfield boys hockey team’s season came to an end Thursday night with a 4-0 loss to Chippewa Falls in a WIAA regional final at Chippewa Falls Ice Arena.

Jordan Steinmetz had a hat trick for the Cardinals, including two goals in the opening 12 minutes.

Chippewa Falls outshot Marshfield 54-13, with Cardinals’ goalkeeper Jaden Hoople saving each of the Tigers’ attempts.

Marshfield finishes the season with a 10-14-1 record.

Chippewa Falls (19-6) moves on to a sectional semifinal at home against the winner of Friday’s game between Eau Claire North and Ashland on Feb. 23.

Cardinals 4, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0
Chippewa Falls 2 2 0 – 4
First period:
1. CF, Jordan Steinmetz (Lucas Steinmetz), 6:50; 2. CF, J. Steinmetz (L. Steinmetz, Zech Wills), 12:01.
Second period: 3. CF, Wills (J. Steinmetz), 0:15; 4. CF, J. Steinmetz (L. Steinmetz), 11:45.
Saves: M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 51; CF, Jaden Hoople 13.
Records: Marshfield 10-14-1; Chippewa Falls 19-6.

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Weister hits game-winner as Marshfield boys hockey tops Black River Falls in WIAA regional semifinal

Posted on 15 February 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Ryan Krueger, right, hugs Isaac Wellens after Wellens scored the game-tying goal early in the third period of a WIAA boys hockey regional semifinal against Black River Falls on Tuesday at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena. Marshfield won 3-2. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Isaac Wellens and Evan Weister scored in the third period to lead the Marshfield boys hockey team to a 3-2 victory over Black River Falls in a WIAA regional semifinal Tuesday night at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena.

The Tigers (10-13-1) advance to a regional final at Chippewa Falls (18-6) on Thursday.

Zach Schmidt scored with 6:11 left in the first period to put Marshfield up early.

Black River Falls (7-16-1) scored twice in the second period to take a 2-1 lead before the Tigers came roaring back.

Wellens scored 57 seconds into the third period on a power play to tie the game, with Weister and Ryan Krueger assisting.

Weister, on assists from Colin Barth and Isaiah Baierl, nailed the game-winner with 6:02 remaining and the Tigers held on the rest of the way.

Haydon Roy-Peterson had 37 saves in goal for Marshfield.

Marshfield 3, Black River Falls 2
Black River Falls 0 2 0 – 2
Marshfield 1 0 2 – 3
First period:
1. M, Zach Schmidt (Colin Barth, Adam Maki), 10:48.
Second period: 2. BRF, Boston Gilberg (Brock Zukowski, Lance Muir Jr.), 2:59; 3. BRF, James Kuhnle (Ty Bresee, Gilberg), pp., 13:25.
Third period: 4. M, Isaac Wellens (Evan Weister, Ryan Krueger), pp., 0:57; 5. M, Weister (Barth, Isaiah Baierl), 10:58.
Saves: BRF, Lance Muir Jr. 37; M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 37.
Records: Black River Falls 7-16-1; Marshfield 10-13-1.

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Wausau West shuts out Marshfield boys hockey

Posted on 10 February 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield boys hockey team finished its regular-season and Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule with a 9-0 loss to Wausau West on Thursday at the Marathon Park Ice Arena.

West scored five times in the first 11:26 to take control early.

With the victory, Wausau West (19-3-1, 9-1 WVC) tied Stevens Point for the Wisconsin Valley Conference championship. Marshfield is now 9-13-1 and finished 1-8-1 in the WVC. The Tigers host Black River Falls in a WIAA regional semifinal at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena.

Marshfield had just 12 shots on goal, all saved by West goalie Jacob Warnke.

Haydon Roy-Peterson had 44 saves for the Tigers.

Warriors 9, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0
Wausau West 5 2 2 – 9
First period:
1. WW, Max Rechel (Marc Sippel, Jacob Evans), 7:35; 2. WW, Nick Techel (Frank Devorany, Christian Bardarson), 8:12; 3. WW, Cade Lemmer (Kellen Tharaldson, Josh Bohlin), pp., 9:24; 4. WW, Sam Techel (N. Techel, Evans), pp., 11:08; 5. WW, Andrew Metzinger (Zach Pearson, Sippel), 11:26.
Second period: 6. WW, M. Techel (Christian Yidro, Evans), 4:22; 7. WW, Yidro (Bardarson, Hunter Ricklefs), 13:20.
Third period: 8. WW, Pearson (Sippel, John Prokop), 0:53; 9. WW, Yidro (Collin Marquardt, Jacob Pupp), 10:11.
Saves: M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 44; WW, Jacob Warnke 12.
Records: Marshfield 9-13-1, 1-8-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wausau West 19-3-1, 9-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield boys hockey drops road game at Waupaca

Posted on 07 February 2017 by paul

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WAUPACA – Marshfield was held to 20 shots on goal and lost to 4-1 to Waupaca in a nonconference boys hockey game Tuesday night at the Waupaca Expo Ice Arena.

After a scoreless first period, Waupaca (13-9) scored twice in the second period and two more times in the third to hold off Marshfield (9-12-1).

Evan Weister scored off an assist from Colin Barth for Marshfield’s only goal, which came with 2:29 remaining in the game.

Marshfield will close out its regular-season and Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule on Thursday at Wausau West. The Tigers open action in the WIAA playoffs with a regional semifinal on Feb. 14 against Black River Falls at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena.

Comets 4, Tigers 1
Marshfield 0 0 1 – 1
Waupaca 0 2 2 – 4
Second period:
1. W, Drake Hiddemen, 7:15; 2. W, Eugene Pliska (Hunter Smith, Max Menzies), 15:48.
Third period: 3. W, Menzies, 0:15; 4. M, Evan Weister (Colin Barth), 14:31; 5. W, Cody Rasmussen (Menzies), 16:18.
Saves: M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 40; W, Brett Berens 19.
Records: Marshfield 9-12-1; Waupaca 13-9.

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Marshfield boys hockey edges Pacelli

Posted on 06 February 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Collin Barth takes control of the puck during Saturday’s game against Stevens Point Pacelli at Ice Hawks Arena in Stevens Point. The Tigers won 3-2. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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STEVENS POINT – Marshfield scored twice in the first period and held on from there, beating Stevens Point Pacelli 3-2 in a nonconference game Saturday at Ice Hawks Arena.

Adam Maki and Ryan Krueger scored in the first period for the Tigers, and Evan Weister added a goal midway through the second period to provide the final margin. Krueger had two assists as well.

A.J. Trierweiler had 15 saves in goal for Marshfield, which improves to 9-11-1 this season.

Marshfield plays another nonconference game Tuesday at Waupaca and finishes its regular season and Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule Thursday at Wausau West.

Tigers 3, Cardinals 2
Marshfield 2 1 0 – 3
Pacelli 0 1 1 – 2
First period:
1. M, Adam Maki (Max Heller, Ryan Krueger), 6:33; 2. M, Krueger (Justin Stanek, Hunter Gwynn), 6:49.
Second period: 3. P, Carter Snyder (Richard Zupan), 7:51; 4. M, Evan Weister (Zach Schmidt, Krueger), 9:54.
Third period: 5. P, Nick Hasler (Snyder), 13:37.
Saves: M, A.J. Treirweiler 15; P, Daniel Mitch 21.
Records: Marshfield 9-11-1; Pacelli 3-13-2.

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Marshfield boys hockey loses at D.C. Everest

Posted on 03 February 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Justin Stanek, left, battles D.C. Everest’s Ryan Begley for the puck during a game at Greenheck Fieldhouse in Schofield on Thursday. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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SCHOFIELD – D.C. Everest scored four times in the second period to pull away from Marshfield and went on to beat the Tigers 7-1 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Thursday at Greenheck Ice Arena at D.C. Everest High School.

Max Heller scored 1:16 into the game for Marshfield before the Evergreens put up seven unanswered goals.

J.J. Berdal had a hat trick and an assist for D.C. Everest (14-6, 5-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Haydon Roy-Peterson had 52 saves in goal for the Tigers.

Marshfield (7-11-1, 1-7-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference) plays a nonconference game at Waupaca on Tuesday.

Evergreens 7, Tigers 1
Marshfield 1 0 0 – 1
D.C. Everest 2 4 1 – 7
First period:
1. M, Max Heller, 1:16; 2. DC, Ryan Begley (Seth Jaglinski), pp., 8:32; 3. DC, J.J. Berdal, 14:56.
Second period: 4. DC, Jaglinski (Begley), 6:42; 5. DC, Ben Weller (Austin Fietzher, Berdal), 12:50; 6. DC, Berdal (Dalton Weller, Begley), 14:17; 7. DC, Berdal (Brendan Hoover), 16:48.
Third period: 8. DC, Hoover (Jaglinski, Mike Sackmann), 11:29.
Saves: M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 52; DC, Michael Janke 11.
Records: Marshfield 7-11-1, 1-7-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; D.C. Everest 14-6, 5-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield boys hockey cruises past Chequamegon/Phillips

Posted on 01 February 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Angus Bump skates ahead of the Chequamegon/Phillips defense during the Tigers’ win Tuesday at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys hockey team won its second-straight game with a dominating 9-1 nonconference victory over Chequamegon/Phillips on Tuesday at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena.

Marshfield scored three times in each period and outshot C/P 61-11 to cruise to the victory.

Isaac Wellens and Ryan Krueger each had two goals for the Tigers, and Justin Stanek, Colin Barth, Max Heller, Zach Schmidt and Angus Bump also scored in the win. Krueger also had four assists for Marshfield.

Marshfield (7-10-1) plays a Wisconsin Valley Conference game at D.C. Everest on Thursday.

Tigers 9, Screaming Eagles 1
Chequamegon/Phillips 0 0 1 – 1
Marshfield 3 3 3 – 9
First period:
1. M, Isaac Wellens (Ryan Krueger), 12:40; 2. M, Zach Schmidt (Dalton Halvorsen, Evan Weister), 14:25; 3. M, Krueger (Schmidt), pp., 16:46.
Second period: 4. M, Justin Stanek (Ben Lawyer, Krueger), 5:47; 5. M, Krueger (Wellens), sh., 6:56; 6. M, Max Heller (Stanek, Krueger), sh., 13:02.
Third period: 7. M, Colin Barth, 2:22; 8. CP, Grayson Kief, 7:44; 9. M, Wellens (Krueger, Isaiah Baierl), 14:17; 10. M, Angus Bump (Schmidt), 16:13.
Saves: CP, Austin Schwilk 52; M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 10.
Records: Chequamegon/Phillips 0-13; Marshfield 7-10-1.

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Marshfield boys hockey beats East/Merrill for first WVC win of season

Posted on 26 January 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Evan Weister, left, and Tyler Spaeth try to get a shot past Merrill goalkeeper Bryce Broeking during the Tigers’ home game at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena on Thursday. (Photo by Ron Sievers/RSpix, for MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys hockey team grabbed its first victory of the season in the Wisconsin Valley Conference with a 5-2 win over Wausau East/Merrill on Thursday night at the Marshfield Youth Ice Arena.

The Tigers are now 6-10-1 overall and 1-6-1 in the WVC. East/Merrill falls to 5-8-1 and 1-7 in the conference.

Ryan Krueger scored four times and Isaac Wellens had a goal and two assists for Marshfield.

Krueger scored 23 seconds into the game to give the Tigers an early lead.

After Jake Bailey tied it for East/Merrill, Krueger added another goal and Wellens scored to make it 3-1.

Krueger added two goals in the third period to finish off the victory.

Haydon Roy-Peterson had 37 saves in goal for Marshfield.

The Tigers host Chequamegon/Phillips in a nonconference game on Tuesday.

Tigers 5, Bluejacks 2
Wausau East/Merrill 1 0 1 – 2
Marshfield 3 0 2 – 5
First period:
1. M, Ryan Krueger (Isaiah Baierl, Justin Stanek), 0:23; 2. EM, Jake Bailey (Ty Baily, Adam Detert), 5:55; 3. M, Krueger (Stanek, Isaac Wellens), 7:15; 4. M, Wellens, 13:42.
Third period: 5. EM, Christian Matson (Bailey, Ben Brown), pp., 0:17; 6. M, Krueger, 2:58; 7. M, Krueger, 16:07.
Saves: EM, Bryce Boeking 29; M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 37.
Records: East.Merrill 5-8-1, 1-7 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 6-10-1, 1-6-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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