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Co-champ Marshfield snags six spots on first team of 2017 All-Valley Football Association West Division Team

Posted on 17 November 2017 by paul

Marshfield senior offensive lineman Connor Berry, left, leads the way for running back Isaiah Baierl during a game against Wisconsin Rapids on Sept. 22. Berry was a unanimous first-team selection to the 2017 All-Valley Football Association West Division Team, while Baierl was an honorable mention choice. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

Marshfield junior running back Brant Bohman was a second-team selection at running back and an honorable mention choice as a return specialist on the 2017 All-Valley Football Association West Division Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/


This story is sponsored by: The Marshfield Tiger Booster Club

By Paul Lecker

The Marshfield football team earned a share of the conference title and landed six players on the first team of the 2017 All-Valley Football Association West Division Team, which was voted on by the conference coaches.

Marshfield tied Wisconsin Rapids at 5-3 to earn a share of the West championship, the Tigers’ first conference title since sharing the VFA South Division crown with Stevens Point in 2012. Marshfield (6-4) also earned a WIAA playoff berth for the first time since 2013.

Head coach Denny Goettl was also named VFA West Coach of the Year.

Five of the six Tigers on the first team of the VFA West team were unanimous selections, including Linebacker of the Year Jared Johnsrud.

Johnsrud, a senior, was a first-team pick at inside linebacker after compiling 68 tackles and one interception.

Joining Johnsrud on the first-team defense for Marshfield were unanimous picks senior outside linebacker Jon Howlett (70 tackles, 6½ for loss), junior defensive end Alex Steines (38 tackles), and junior safety Nolan Hertel (51 tackles, five passes defended). Senior defensive lineman Noah Preston (31 tackles) also was on the first team for the Tigers.

Marshfield topped the VFA West in total defense, allowing just 262 yards and 13.9 points per game.

Senior offensive lineman Connor Berry was the only Marshfield player on the first team, while eight others earned honorable mention status.

Senior linemen A.J. Leonhardt and Ethan Arndt, junior lineman Sam Haessly, sophomore receiver Isaac Meverden, senior running back Andy Goettl, junior running backs Brant Bohman and Isaiah Baierl, and junior quarterback Ryan Krueger were honorable mention selections for Marshfield.

Senior cornerbacks Skyler Theisen and John Reigel, junior kicker Mason Coffren (21-for-22 extra points, 3-for-4 field goals), and Bohman as a kick return specialist were also honorable choices.

Bohman topped Marshfield in rushing yards (478), receptions (22), return yards (311), and total touchdowns (eight). Meverden had 17 catches for 260 yards and four touchdowns, Goettl added 381 total offensive yards, and Krueger had 830 passing yards and 10 touchdowns, and 322 rushing yards and five more TDs for Marshfield in conference play.

Stevens Point running back Colton Kizewski (1,408 rushing yards, 16 total touchdowns) was named the Offensive Player of the Year, and Stevens Point defensive lineman Cole Wright (10½ tackles for loss, 4½ sacks) was picked as Defensive Player of the Year.

2017 All-Valley Football Association West Division Team
First Team
(*unanimous selection)
*Zach Mueller, sr., D.C. Everest; *Connor Berry, sr., Marshfield; *Seth Tosseth, sr., Stevens Point; James Erdmann, jr., Wausau West; *Mike Iverson, jr., Wisconsin Rapids; Chasten Vruwink, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Fullback/tight end: *Owen Zakrezewski, sr., Stevens Point; Sam Sippel, sr., Wausau West; Alex Langseth, sr., D.C. Everest.
Receivers: *Isaiah Westfall, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Brandon Clausen, sr., Wausau West.
Running backs: *Mitch Michalske, sr., Wausau West; Isaac Pelot, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; *Colton Kizewski, sr., Stevens Point.
Quarterbacks: Jacob Mancl, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Chandler Fochs, sr., Wausau West.
Noah Preston, sr., Marshfield; *Cole Wright, sr., Stevens Point; *Frank Hartman, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Ends: *Alex Steines, jr., Marshfield; *Jack Kelly, jr., Stevens Point.
Inside linebackers: John Bohanski, sr., Stevens Point; Omar Chacon, sr., D.C. Everest; *Jared Johnsrud, sr., Marshfield.
Outside linebackers: Nate Hepp, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; *Jon Howlett, sr., Marshfield; Alec Borchardt, sr., Stevens Point.
Cornerbacks: Tommy Grube, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Ethan Ostrowski, so., D.C. Everest; *Sam Simmons, sr., Stevens Point.
Safeties: *Nolan Hertel, jr., Marshfield; *Trent Hamerski, sr., Stevens Point.
Nate Hepp, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Punters: Dylan Ashbeck, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Kaleb Schuster, sr., D.C. Everest.
Return specialist: Andrew Baranowski, sr., D.C. Everest
Honorable Mention
A.J. Leonhardt, sr., Marshfield; Sam Haessly, jr., Marshfield; Austin Stankowski, jr., Stevens Point; Luke Bahling, sr., Stevens Point; Cade Gelhar, sr., D.C. Everest; Matt Schooley, so., Wisconsin Rapids; Ethan Arndt, sr., Marshfield; Pedro Sanchez, sr., Wausau West.
Fullback/tight end: Grant Hill, sr., Wausau West.
Receivers: Nick Campbell, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Isaac Meverden, so., Marshfield; Dayne Hoyord, so., Stevens Point; David Bagby, sr., Wausau West.
Running backs: Tanner Fowler, sr., D.C. Everest; Derek Mesunas, jr., D.C. Everest; Nash Coombs, jr., Wisconsin Rapids; Brant Bohman, jr., Marshfield; Andy Goettl, sr., Marshfield; Isaiah Baierl, jr., Marshfield.
Quarterback: Ryan Krueger, jr., Marshfield.
Pharoah Palmer, sr., D.C. Everest.
Ends: Peter Aspros, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Parker DeRoo, sr., Stevens Point; Justin Bonke, jr., Wausau West.
Inside linebackers: Marc Sippel, so., Wausau West; Drake Biolo, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Desmond Schommer, jr., Stevens Point.
Cornerbacks: Skyler Theisen, sr., Marshfield; Lee Gorman, sr., Stevens Point; Andrew Baranowski, sr., D.C. Everest; John Reigel, sr., Marshfield.
Safeties: Zach Wendt, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Adam Neitzel, sr., D.C. Everest.
Mason Coffren, jr., Marshfield; Mark Raasch, sr., Wausau West.
Punter: Seth Tosseth, sr., Stevens Point.
Return specialist: Brant Bohman, jr., Marshfield.
Individual Awards
Offensive lineman of the year:
Zach Mueller, sr., D.C. Everest.
Offensive receiver/tight end of the year: Isaiah Westfall, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Offensive back of the year: Colton Kizewski, sr., Stevens Point.
Offensive player of the year: Colton Kizewski, sr., Stevens Point.
Defensive lineman of the year: Cole Wright, sr., Stevens Point.
Linebacker of the year: Jared Johnsrud, sr., Marshfield.
Defensive back of the year: Trent Hamerski, sr., Stevens Point.
Defensive player of the year: Cole Wright, sr., Stevens Point.
Coach of the year: Denny Goettl, Marshfield.

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2017 WIAA football playoffs, Level 1 scores

Posted on 22 October 2017 by paul


This story is sponsored by: All Insurance of Marshfield

Play began in the 2017 WIAA football playoffs with Level 1 games in seven divisions on Oct. 20.

Winners move on to Level 2 games on Oct. 27.

Here is a look at the all the Level 1 scores:

2017 WIAA Football Playoffs
Level 1
All games Friday, Oct. 20, 7 p.m.
Division 1

No. 1 Bay Port 42, No. 8 Eau Claire Memorial 21
No. 5 Stevens Point 48, No. 4 Hudson 47 (OT)
No. 3 Neenah 30, No. 6 Wisconsin Rapids 7
No. 2 Appleton North 42, No. 7 Green Bay Preble 7
No. 1 Kimberly 49, No. 8 Milwaukee Riverside University/Golda Meir 8
No. 4 Milwaukee Marquette 56, No. 5 Oshkosh West 39
No. 3 Hartland Arrowhead 44, No. 6 Milwaukee Samuel Morse/Marshall/Carmen Northwest/Juneau/Languages 8
No. 2 Fond du Lac 42, No. 7 Milwaukee King 2
No. 1 Sun Prairie 35, No. 8 Madison Memorial 0
No. 5 Kettle Moraine 28, No. 4 Verona 19
No. 3 Madison West 21, No. 6 Sussex Hamilton 9
No. 2 Middleton 41, No. 7 Madison La Follette 8
No. 1 Racine Horlick 66, No. 8 Milwaukee Hamilton/Aubudon 8
No. 4 Muskego 42, No. 5 Oak Creek 7
No. 3 Lake Geneva Badger 42, No. 6 Kenosha Bradford/Reuther 26
No. 2 Franklin 45, No. 7 Janesville Craig 7
Division 2
No. 1 Menomonie 45, No. 8 La Crosse Central 14
No. 4 Holmen 34, No. 5 Marshfield 0
No. 6 Pulaski 40, No. 3 Appleton West 6
No. 2 Green Bay Southwest 44, No. 7 Ashwaubenon 12
No. 1 Waunakee 57, No. 8 Beaver Dam 0
No. 4 Slinger 20, No. 5 DeForest 7
No. 3 Hartford 38, No. 6 West Bend East 10
No. 2 Menasha 49, No. 7 Watertown 21
No. 1 Monona Grove 42, No. 8 Wilmot 12
No. 4 Waterford 28, No. 5 Burlington 27 (OT)
No. 3 Stoughton 28, No. 6 Oregon 7
No. 2 Waukesha West 42, No. 7 Germantown 21
No. 1 Brookfield Central 56, No. 8 Milwaukee Reagan 0
No. 5 Greenfield 34, No. 4 Milwaukee Bay View/Lifelong Learning 7
No. 3 Brookfield East 35, No. 6 Menomonee Falls 0
No. 2 Mequon Homestead 41, No. 7 Milwaukee Washington/Academy of Science/Collegiate Academy 6
Division 3
No. 1 Antigo 48, No. 8 Medford 8
No. 4 West Salem 17, No. 5 New Richmond 14
No. 3 Onalaska 44, No. 6 Mosinee 21
No. 2 Rice Lake 35, No. 7 Merrill 7
No. 1 West De Pere 42, No. 8 Seymour 7
No. 5 Berlin 34, No. 4 Fox Valley Lutheran 27 (OT)
No. 3 Green Bay Notre Dame 33, No. 6 Luxemburg-Casco 13
No. 2 Kewaskum 46, No. 7 New London 6
No. 1 New Berlin Eisenhower 34, No. 8 Monroe 6
No. 4 Pewaukee 41, No. 5 Jefferson 21
No. 3 Mount Horeb/Barneveld 56, No. 6 Evansville/Albany 7
No. 2 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 42, No. 7 East Troy 20
No. 1 Whitefish Bay 43, No. 8 Milwaukee Lutheran 36
No. 4 Plymouth 47, No. 5 New Berlin West 21
No. 3 Whitnall 34, No. 6 Port Washington 14
No. 2 Greendale 35, No. 7 St. Francis 6
Division 4
No. 1 Osceola 49, No. 8 Nekoosa 20
No. 4 Bloomer 14, No. 5 Ellsworth 7
No. 6 Northwestern 29, No. 3 Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 17
No. 2 St. Croix Central 48, No. 7 Mauston 26
No. 1 Wrightstown 21, No. 8 Peshtigo 20
No. 4 Appleton Xavier 65, No. 5 Wautoma 34
No. 3 Little Chute 28, No. 6 Omro 6
No. 2 Freedom 49, No. 7 Winneconne 13
No. 1 Lodi 38, No. 8 Mayville 31
No. 4 Platteville 54, No. 5 Beloit Turner 42
No. 3 Lake Mills 42, No. 6 Lakeside Lutheran 26
No. 2 Racine St. Catherine’s 53, No. 7 River Valley 35
No. 1 Sheboygan Falls 54, No. 8 Milwaukee Obama SCTE 0
No. 4 Two Rivers 35, No. 5 Chilton 6
No. 6 Greendale Martin Luther 42, No. 3 University School of Milwaukee 7
No. 2 Kiel 41, No. 7 Kohler/Sheboygan Area Lutheran/Sheboygan County Christian 13
Division 5
No. 1 Grantsburg 44, No. 8 St. Croix Falls 0
No. 5 Durand 54, No. 4 Cumberland 34
No. 3 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 26, No. 6 Spooner 16
No. 2 Elk Mound 21, No. 7 Mondovi 14
No. 1 Stanley-Boyd 42, No. 8 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 0
No. 5 Stratford 42, No. 4 Bonduel 19
No. 3 Spencer/Columbus 49, No. 6 Oconto 17
No. 2 Amherst 53, No. 7 Colby 6
No. 1 Clinton 42, No. 8 Brookfield Academy 3
No. 4 Prairie du Chien 36, No. 5 New Glarus/Monticello 14
No. 6 Westby 38, No. 3 Lancaster 29
No. 2 Lake Country Lutheran 44, No. 7 Kenosha St. Joseph Catholic Academy 14
No. 1 Cedar Grove-Belgium 35, No. 8 Horicon/Hustisford 7
No. 5 New Holstein 32, No. 4 Kewaunee 14
No. 6 Valders 41, No. 3 Howards Grove 14
No. 7 Laconia 26, No. 2 Southern Door 14
Division 6
No. 1 Melrose-Mindoro 38, No. 8 Lake Holcombe/Cornell 0
No. 4 Unity 20, No. 5 Webster 0
No. 3 Eau Claire Regis 50, No. 6 Fall Creek 15
No. 2 Spring Valley 58, No. 7 Whitehall 24
No. 1 Iola-Scandinavia 49, No. 8 Mishicot 7
No. 5 Crivitz 19, No. 4 Wabeno/Laona 6
No. 6 Auburndale 35, No. 3 Crandon 7
No. 2 Marathon 50, No. 7 Niagara/Goodman/Pembine 7
No. 1 Markesan 44, No. 8 Darlington 14
No. 4 Fennimore 15, No. 5 Pecatonia/Argyle 8
No. 3 Mineral Point 47, No. 6 Brookwood 28
No. 2 Cuba City 36, No. 7 Pardeeville 0
No. 1 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 62, No. 8 Reedsville 11
No. 5 Dodgeland 37, No. 4 Johnson Creek 28
No. 3 Manitowoc Lutheran 39, No. 6 Cambridge 14
No. 2 Racine Lutheran 69, No. 7 Belleville 7
Division 7
No. 1 Clear Lake 42, No. 8 Elmwood/Plum City 6
No. 5 Hurley 76, No. 4 Turtle Lake 44
No. 3 Abbotsford 48, No. 6 Frederic 6
No. 2 Loyal 28, No. 7 Owen-Withee 22
No. 1 Edgar 35, No. 8 Athens 0
No. 4 Pittsville 34, No. 5 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 27
No. 3 Independence/Gilmanton 35, No. 6 Hillsboro 0
No. 2 Bangor 63, No. 7 Royall 6
No. 1 Black Hawk 68, No. 8 North Crawford 0
No. 5 Iowa-Grant 22, No. 4 Ithaca 13
No. 3 Wauzeka-Steuben/Seneca 16, No. 6 De Soto 0
No. 2 Potosi/Cassville 55, No. 7 River Ridge 10
No. 1 Wild Rose 49, No. 8 Cambria-Friesland 6
No. 5 Hilbert/Stockbridge 56, No. 4 Almond-Bancroft 13
No. 3 Oshkosh Lourdes 38, No. 6 Deerfield 20
No. 2 Fall River 41, No. 7 Tri-County 20

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Holmen shuts out Marshfield football in WIAA Division 2 Level 1 playoff

Posted on 20 October 2017 by paul


This story is sponsored by: The Marshfield Tiger Booster Club

HOLMEN – The Marshfield football team qualified for the playoffs for the first time in three years, but its postseason hopes ended quickly.

Holmen stymied the Marshfield offense and pitched a 34-0 shutout in a WIAA Division 2 Level 1 game Friday night at Holmen High School.

The Tigers end the season with a 6-4 record.

Holmen (8-2) moves on to a Level 2 game Oct. 27 at No. 1 seed Menomonie (10-0).

This story will be updated when statistics are available.

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Marshfield freshman football loses to Pittsville JV

Posted on 18 October 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield freshman football team finished its season Monday with a 20-0 loss to the Pittsville JV at Marshfield High School.

The Tigers end the season with a 6-2 record.

Justin Post, Dylan Maass, Matthew Donavan, Seth Kleinschmidt, and Brenden Braund led Marshfield in tackles. Maass also had a fumble recovery.

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Marshfield football beats Wausau West, clinches WIAA playoff berth

Posted on 14 October 2017 by paul

Marshfield receiver Collin Fravert reaches for extra yards after a catch during the first half of the Tigers’ 17-6 win over Wausau West on Friday night at Beell Stadium. (Photo by Stacie Lecker/For


This story is sponsored by: All Insurance of Marshfield

By Steve Pilz

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield football team will return to the playoffs after a three-year hiatus, fresh off their sixth win of the season and a share of the Valley Football Association’s West Division Championship.

The Tigers held off Wausau West 17-6 on Friday night during Marshfield High School’s homecoming game at Beell Stadium.

Marshfield (6-3) ties for the league championship with Wisconsin Rapids, who downed D.C. Everest 51-20, after nearly pitching its third-straight shutout.

“Defense wins championships,” Marshfield coach Denny Goettl said. “That goes way back to Coach Len (Leudtke, Sr.). That’s what we based everything on. Our defense has been keeping us in games. West is a darn good team. The record is not indicative of what they do. We’re lucky we got what we got. The field was a little greasy. We’ll take what we get, but the defense was really good again.”

Neither team could really get much going, and although the Tigers moved the ball a little better, they had little to show for it. Mason Coffren drilled a 39-yard field goal near the end of the first quarter and Marshfield led 3-0 after the first period.

Brant Bohman slanted off right tackle early in the second quarter, broke a tackle, switched the ball to his outside hand and bolted 52 yards to the West 9. Ryan Krueger lobbed a ball to Isaac Medverden on the next play for a score and the Tigers looked ready to roll up 10-0.

After West went three-and-out, the Tigers got the ball back but they coughed it up and the Warriors took advantage of the short field.

Matthew Wittenburg ripped off 17 yards to the 16 and then West’s workhorse halfback Mitch Michalske blasted through a big hole to cut the lead to 10-6. Michalske ran for 101 yards on 22 carries, but the stingy Marshfield defense yielded little else.

“We pretty much are doing what our coaches are telling us,” said Marshfield defensive back Neil Ott. “Coach Luedtke makes some great calls. We’re pretty fast and we go hard to the ball. I’m really excited to go to the playoffs. It’s been a while and we’re pumped.”

No one scored in the third and it remained a one score game.

Bohman had led the Tigers in the first half, but didn’t return in the second half leaving the offensive burden to Krueger. The junior signal caller came through big in the fourth calling his own number eight times and gaining 45 yards on the ground, including a 1-yard plunge with 5:17 remaining to all but sew up the victory.

“Ryan’s getting it”, concluded Goettl. “He’s making calls, taking charge and coming into his own. Real good game for him tonight.”

Marshfield’s Division 2 WIAA playoff opponent will be announced on Saturday afternoon.

Tigers 17, Warriors 6
Wausau West 0 6 0 0 – 6
Marshfield 3 7 0 7 – 17
First Quarter

M – Mason Coffren 39 field goal, 3:39.
Second Quarter
M – Isaac Meverden 9 pass from Ryan Krueger (Coffren kick), 9:49.
W – Mitch Michalske 16 run (kick no good), 8:14.
Fourth Quarter
M – Krueger 1 run (Coffren kick), 5:17.
Team Statistics
First downs:
West 8; Marshfield 17.
Rushing (att.-yards): West 29-129; Marshfield 46-223.
Passing (comp.-att.-yards-int.): West 6-22-41-0; Marshfield 8-14-67-0.
Total yards: West 170; Marshfield 290.
Fumbles (total-lost): West 2-1; Marshfield 1-1.
Penalties (no.-yards): West 3-40; Marshfield 7-70.
Individual Statistics
W, Michalski 22-101, Matthew Wittenberg 1-17, Sam Sippel 3-10, Chandler Fochs 3-1. M, Ryan Krueger 16-80, Brant Bohman 7-65, Isaiah Baierl 7-41, Andy Goettl 11-38, Caden Pearce 4-14.
Passing: W, Fochs 6-21-41-0. M, Krueger 10-18-69-0.
Receiving: W, David Bagby 3-27, Brandon Clausen 2-17, Michalske 1-minus 3. M, Meverden 3-22, Colin Fravert 2-18, Baierl 2-5, A. Goettl 1-13, Bradley Hendrickson 1-9, Mitch Wilhelm 1-6.
Records: West 2-7, 1-7 Valley Football Association West Division; Marshfield 6-3, 5-3 VFA West.

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Marshfield freshman football beats D.C. Everest

Posted on 12 October 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield freshman football pulled out a 12-7 victory over D.C. Everest to improve to 6-1 this season.

Will Nikolai threw touchdown passes of 14 yards to Simon Slade and 55 yards to Matthew Donavan for the Tigers’ two scores.

Jaiger Halvorson, Damain Hains and Justin Post led Marshfield in tackles, and Halvorson had an interception for the Tigers’ defense.

Marshfield hosts Pittsville in its season finale Monday at 4 p.m. at Marshfield High School

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Marshfield football playoff eligible after shut out D.C. Everest

Posted on 06 October 2017 by paul


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SCHOFIELD – The Marshfield football team is playoff eligible after posting a resounding 36-0 victory over D.C. Everest on Friday night at Stiehm Stadium.

The Tigers posted their second-straight shutout and improve to 5-3 overall and 4-3 in the Valley Football Association West Division.

By securing no worse than a .500 record in conference play, Marshfield is eligible for the WIAA playoffs, although not guaranteed a spot. With a win Oct. 13 at home against Wausau West, the Tigers would secure a berth in the postseason for the first time since 2013. Marshfield’s homecoming game at Beell Stadium will begin at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and

With the loss, D.C. Everest is eliminated from playoff contention as it falls to 2-5 overall and in VFA West play. The Evergreens wrap up their season Oct. 13 at Wisconsin Rapids.

After a scoreless first quarter, Marshfield scored four times in the second to take a 29-0 halftime lead.

Brant Bohman ran 35 yards for a score and caught a 23-yard TD pass from Ryan Krueger. Krueger also threw a 23-yard scoring pass to Isaac Meverden, and Nolan Hertel ran a fumble back for a touchdown to give the Tigers the big lead.

Neil Ott then ran the opening kickoff the second half back 85 yards for a touchdown to start the running clock, and end the scoring.

Bohman finished with 72 yards rushing to lead the Tigers’ offense.

Marshfield’s defense held Everest to 121 total yards and just 10 on the ground on 20 carries.

Tigers 36, Evergreens 0
Marshfield 0 29 7 0 – 36
D.C. Everest 0 0 0 0 – 0
Second Quarter

M – Brant Bohman 35 run (two-point conversion good).
M – Isaac Meverden 23 pass from Ryan Krueger (Mason Coffren kick).
M – Bohman 23 pass from Krueger (Coffren kick).
M – Nolan Hertel fumble return (Coffren kick).
Third Quarter
M – Neil Ott 85 kickoff return (Coffren kick).
Team Statistics
First downs:
Marshfield 11; D.C. Everest 8.
Rushing (att-yards): M 29-93; DC 20-10.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): M 6-12-93-0; DC 5-24-111-0.
Total yards: M 186; DC 121.
Fumbles lost: M 1; DC 1.
Penalties (no.-yards): M 6-38; DC 3-45.
Individual Statistics
M, Brant Bohman 9-72, Andy Goettl 10-20, Ryan Krueger 4-11, Isaiah Baierl 3-10, Joey Goettl 1-0, Team 2-minus 20. DC, Tanner Fowler 7-16, Andrew Baranowski 1-4, Ethan Ostrowski 1-1, Jager Reissmann 5-minus 2, Ken Yoder 2-minus 5, Team 4-minus 4.
Passing: M, Krueger 6-11-93-0, Will Voss 0-1-0-0. DC, Yoder 5-24-111-0.
Receiving: M, Baierl 2-30, Bohman 1-23, Isaac Meverden 1-23, Andy Goettl 1-11, Caden Pearce 1-6. DC, Alex Langseth 2-55, Reissmann 2-26, Kaleb Schuster 1-30.
Fumble recoveries: M, Neil Ott.
Records: Marshfield 5-3, 4-3 Valley Football Association West; D.C. Everest 2-5 overall and VFA West.

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Marshfield freshman football rolls past Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 05 October 2017 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield freshman football team improved to 5-1 this season with a 41-14 win over Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday at Marshfield High School.

Alec Adams had touchdown runs of 10 and 12 yards, and ran a kick back 80 yards for a touchdown to lead the way for the Tigers.

Quarterback Will Nikolai rushed 10 times for 150 yards and an 18-yard touchdown, and threw a 38-yard TD pass to Wyatt LeMoine. Matt Donavan added a 20-yard fumble return for a score, and Seth Peterson kicked six extra points for Marshfield.

Damain Hanes, Seth Kleinschmidt, Michael Wright, and Dylan Maass were the Tigers’ leading tacklers, and Hanes, Cole Stamp and Maass had quarterback sacks in the win.

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Marshfield football rips Oshkosh North

Posted on 29 September 2017 by paul

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OSHKOSH – The Marshfield football team took a big step toward ending a three-year WIAA playoff drought with a 54-0 drubbing of Oshkosh North in a Valley Football Association game Friday at Titan Stadium.

The Tigers are now 4-3 overall and 3-3 in the VFA West. With a win at D.C. Everest on Oct. 6 or at home against Wausau West on Oct. 13, Marshfield would become playoff eligible. A pair of wins would guarantee a playoff berth.

Oshkosh North is now 0-7 overall and 0-6 in the VFA South.

Marshfield ripped off 31 points in the opening quarter of its dominating performance.

Brant Bohman had a 35-yard touchdown run and a 56-yard punt return for a score that bookended 3-yard TD runs by Ryan Krueger and Isaiah Baierl, and a 33-yard field goal from Mason Coffren.

The Tigers held Oshkosh North to just 56 total yards, and only 19 rushing.

Marshfield’s JV quarterback Joey Goettl threw an 8-yard TD pass to Caden Pearce and ran in from the 15 to finish off the scoring in the fourth quarter.

Tigers 54, Spartans 0
Marshfield 31 7 2 14 – 54
Oshkosh North 0 0 0 0 – 0
First Quarter

M – Brant Bohman 35 run (Mason Coffren kick).
M – Ryan Krueger 3 run (Coffren kick).
M – Isaiah Baierl 3 run (Coffren kick).
M – Coffren 33 field goal.
M – Bohman 56 punt return.
Second Quarter
M – Andy Goettl 7 run (Coffren kick).
Third Quarter
M – Safety.
Fourth Quarter
M – Caden Pearce 8 pass from Joey Goettl (Coffren kick).
M – J. Goettl 15 run (Coffren kick).
Team Statistics
First downs:
Marshfield 17; Oshkosh North 4.
Rushing (att-yards): M 34-265; ON 31-19.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): M 5-13-58-0; ON 7-19-37-1.
Total yards: M 323; ON 56.
Penalties (no.-yards): M 3-10; ON 2-8.
Fumbles lost: M 3; ON 1.
Individual Statistics
M, Andy Goettl 6-88, Brant Bohman 5-59, Eric Kubash 5-29, Caden Pearce 4-23, Joey Goettl 2-19, Isaiah Baierl 3-16, Tyler Spaeth 4-14, Ryan Krueger 3-10, Jace Langmeyer 2-7. ON, Garland 17-31, Kempfer 3-7, Krumrei 1-minus 2, No. 18 (no name provided) 2-minus 7, Schamens 8-minus 10.
Passing: M, Krueger 3-4-37-0, Will Voss 1-5-13-0, J. Goettl 1-4-8-0. ON, Schamens 3-10-18-1, No. 18 2-4-11-0, Kempfer 1-4-4-0.
Receiving: M, Pearce 2-21, A. Goettl 1-18, Isaac Meverden 1-12, Bohman 1-7. ON, Spanbauer 4-21, Conner 2-9, No. 85 (no name provided) 1-7.
Interceptions (defense): M, Jared Johnsrud.
Fumble recoveries (defense): ON 2.
Records: Marshfield 4-3, 3-3 Valley Football Association West; Oshkosh North 0-7, 0-6 VFA South.

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Marshfield freshman football team rolls past P.J. Jacobs

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield freshman football team improved to 4-1 this season with a 31-6 victory over Stevens Point P.J. Jacobs on Thursday at Marshfield High School.

The Marshfield offense exploded for four long scoring plays. Quarterback Will Nikolai threw touchdown passes of 76 yards to Simon Slade and 55 yards to Wyatt LeMoine, Alec Adams had a 70-yard touchdown run, and Matthew Donavan added an 88-yard TD run for the Tigers.

Seth Peterson had a 32-yard field goal and four extra-point kicks to account for the rest of Marshfield’s points.

Seth Kleinschmidt, Ethan Dagit, Damian Hanes, Kavin Beranek and Logan Mueller were Marshfield’s top tacklers.

Marshfield plays at home against next Thursday against Wisconsin Rapids.

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