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Big first inning sends Wausau West past Marshfield baseball

Posted on 23 May 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Wausau West exploded for seven runs in the first inning and never looked back, beating Marshfield 10-4 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball game Tuesday at Jack Hackman Field.

The Warriors added three more in the second inning before Marshfield got its offense going, scoring once in the second and third innings, and two more times in the sixth, but couldn’t come all the way back from the big deficit.

Hunter Korger threw 5 1/3 innings of scoreless relief for the Tigers, striking out four.

“They started out on us fast,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “We kept at it and kept chipping away. Hopefully we can improve on few things before we get them again on Thursday.”

Braden Bohman, Jake Brueggen and Logan Jakobi each had RBIs for Marshfield.

Wausau West clinched at least a share of first place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference standings, improving to 10-1 (14-2 overall). Marshfield drops to 7-11 and 6-5 in the conference.

Marshfield plays at Wausau West on Thursday in its Wisconsin Valley Conference and regular-season finale. The Tigers open postseason play May 30 at home against New Richmond in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal.

Warriors 10, Tigers 4
Wausau West 730 000 0 – 10 13 1
Marshfield 011 002 0 – 4 4 2
WP:
Gruenenwald. LP: Connor Jasurda.
SO: Gruenenwald (4 1/3 inn.) 4, Hill (2 2/3 inn.) 3; Jasurda (1 2/3 inn.) 1, Hunter Korger (5 1/3 inn.) 4. BB: Gruenenwald 7, Hill 1; Jasurda 2, Korger 3.
Top hitters: WW, Nelson 2×4, 2B, 3 RBIs; Gruenenwald 2×4; Wokatsch 2×5, 2B, 2 runs; Fochs 2×4, 2 runs, 4 RBIs; Hill 2×4. M, Braden Bohman 3B, RBI.
Records: Wausau West 14-2, 10-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 7-11, 6-5 WVC.

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Marshfield grads Varsho, Schwecke earn all-Horizon League baseball honors

Posted on 23 May 2017 by paul

Daulton Varsho

Trevor Schwecke

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MILWAUKEE – Marshfield High School graduates Daulton Varsho and Trevor Schwecke, both members of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee baseball team, each earned second-team all-Horizon League honors, the conference announced Tuesday.

Varsho, a first-team selection and the Horizon Player of the Year last season, was a second-team pick at catcher. The 2014 Marshfield grad is hitting a.366 (71-for-194) with 11 home runs, 39 RBIs, 47 runs scored, 11 doubles, six triples, and a .655 slugging percentage, all team-highs. The junior also has 10 stolen bases.

Schwecke, a 2016 Marshfield alum, was a second-team selection at shortstop and was named to the all-freshman team as well. Schwecke is batting .320 (33-for-103) with nine doubles, 13 RBIs and 19 runs scored for the Panthers.

Milwaukee (22-31) plays Northern Kentucky in the opening round of the Horizon League Tournament at Illinois-Chicago at 4 p.m. Wednesday. If Milwaukee wins, it would enter the double-elimination portion of the tournament and face No. 1 seed Illinois-Chicago on Thursady.

The tournament concludes Saturday with the winner guaranteed a spot in the NCAA Division I Tournament field.

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Stevens Point blanks Marshfield baseball

Posted on 21 May 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Brady Franz threw a complete-game one-hitter to lead Stevens Point past Marshfield 4-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball game Friday night at Jack Hackman Field.

Franz struck out nine and did not walk a batter for Point, which is now 10-11 overall and 8-2 in the WVC. Marshfield drops to 7-10 and 6-4 in conference play.

The Tigers wrap up their regular-season schedule with games against first-place Wausau West this week – Tuesday at home and Thursday at West.

Connor Jasurda had a single for Marshfield’s only hit.

Jake Brueggen took the loss, giving up four runs (one earned) in 6 2/3 innings. He struck out eight and walked one.

Panthers 4, Tigers 0
Stevens Point 000 301 0 – 4 4 0
Marshfield 000 000 0 – 0 1 2
WP:
Brady Franz. LP: Jake Brueggen.
SO: Franz 9; Brueggen (6 2/3 inn.) 8, Jared Johnsrud (1/3 inn.) 1. BB: Franz 0; Brueggen 1, Johnsrud 0.
Top hitters: SP, Kelly 2B, 3 RBIs.
Records: Stevens Point 10-11, 8-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 7-10, 6-4 WVC.

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2017 WIAA spring baseball playoffs, regional schedule

Posted on 19 May 2017 by paul

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The brackets have been released for the 2017 WIAA spring baseball playoffs, which begin next week.

Play starts with regional quarterfinals in Divisions 2, 3 and 4 on Thursday, May 25. Regional semifinals in all divisions will be Tuesday, May 30, with regional finals in Divisions 2, 3 and 4 on Wednesday, May 31, and in Division 1 on Thursday, June 1.

Sectional semifinals and finals will be played on Tuesday, June 6, with the survivors advancing to the 2017 WIAA State Spring Baseball Tournament in Appleton on June 13-15.

Locally, Marshfield is the No. 7 seed in the Division 1 Sectional 1 bracket and will host No. 10 New Richmond in a regional semifinal May 30. The winner advances to a regional final at No. 2 Chippewa Falls. The sectional is June 6 at Bukolt Park in Stevens Point.

In Division 3, Stratford, Spencer and Auburndale are in the same Sectional 2 regional.

Stratford is the No. 1 seed and will host a regional semifinal May 30 against the winner of No. 5 Colby vs. No. 4 Spencer, which will be at Spencer High School on May 25.

Auburndale is the No. 2 seed in the same bracket and also earned a first-round bye. The Apaches will host the winner of No. 6 Abbotsford at No. 3 Marathon in a regional semifinal on May 30.

Marshfield Columbus Catholic is the No. 5 seed in the Division 4 Sectional 2 bracket and will play a regional quarterfinal at No. 4 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption. The winner moves on to a regional semifinal May 30 at No. 1 seed and Marawood Conference South Division champion Pittsville.

Here is a look at the entire WIAA baseball playoffs regional matchups:

2017 WIAA Spring Baseball Playoffs
Division 1
Sectional 1
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Menomonie at No. 8 Hudson
No. 12 Merrill at No. 5 River Falls
No. 11 Superior at No. 6 Wisconsin Rapids
No. 10 New Richmond at No. 7 Marshfield
Regional finals, June 1
Menomonie-Hudson winner at No. 1 Eau Claire North
River Falls-Merrill winner at No. 4 Stevens Point
Superior-Wisconsin Rapids winner at No. 3 Eau Claire Memorial
Marshfield-New Richmond winner at No. 2 Chippewa Falls
Sectional 2
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Ashwaubenon at No. 8 Green Bay Notre Dame
No. 12 Wausau East at No. 5 D.C. Everest
No. 11 Green Bay Southwest at No. 6 Rhinelander
No. 10 Pulaski at No. 7 Bay Port
Regional finals, June 1
Ashwaubenon-Notre Dame winner at No. 1 Green Bay Preble
D.C. Everest-Wausau East winner at No. 4 Green Bay East/West
Green Bay Southwest-Rhinelander winner at No. 3 De Pere
Bay Port-Pulaski winner at No. 2 Wausau West
Sectional 3
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Holmen at No. 8 Portage
No. 12 Sparta at No. 5 Onalaska
No. 11 Sauk Prairie at No. 6 Middleton
No. 10 La Crosse Logan at No. 7 Reedsburg
Regional finals, June 1
Holmen-Portage winner at No. 1 La Crosse Central
Onalaska-Sparta winner at No. 4 Waunakee
Middleton-Sauk Prairie winner at No. 3 Baraboo
Reedsburg-Logan winner at No. 2 Tomah
Sectional 4
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Appleton West at No. 8 Menasha
No. 12 Kaukauna at No. 5 West De Pere
No. 11 Appleton North at No. 6 Appleton East
No. 10 Manitowoc at No. 7 Neenah
Regional finals, June 1
Appleton West-Menasha winner at No. 1 Kimberly
West De Pere-Kaukauna winner at No. 4 Oshkosh West
Appleton North-Appleton East winner at No. 3 Oshkosh North
Neenah-Manitowoc winner at No. 2 Hortonville
Sectional 5
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Janesville Parker at No. 8 Fort Atkinson
No. 12 Madison La Follette at No. 5 Oregon
No. 11 Stoughton at No. 6 Madison Memorial
No. 10 Milton at No. 7 Elkhorn
Regional finals, June 1
Janesville Parker-Fort Atkinson winner at No. 1 Janesville Craig
Oregon-La Follette winner at No. 4 Beloit Memorial
Stoughton-Madison Memorial winner at No. 3 Verona
Elkhorn-Milton winner at No. 2 Madison West
Sectional 6
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Hartford at No. 8 DeForest
No. 12 Sheboygan South at No. 5 Watertown
No. 11 Slinger at No. 6 Sheboygan North
No. 10 Madison East at No. 7 Monona Grove
Regional finals, June 1
Hartford-DeForest winner at No. 1 Sun Prairie
Watertown-Sheboygan South winner at No. 4 Fond du Lac
Sheboygan North-Slinger winner at No. 3 Beaver Dam
Monona Grove-Madison East winner at No. 2 Oconomowoc
Sectional 7
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts/Carmen South/Juneau at No. 8 Milwaukee Bradley
No. 12 Milwaukee Washington/Collegiate Academy at No. 5 Milwaukee Hamilton/Audubon
No. 11 Milwaukee Vincent at No. 6 Milwaukee Madison/Carmen Northwest/Morse/Marshall/Languages/University Academy
No. 10 Milwaukee Bay View/Lifelong Learning at No. 7 Milwaukee South
Regional finals, June 1
Milwaukee Pulaski-Milwaukee Bradley winner at No. 1 Hartland Arrowhead
Milwaukee Hamilton-Milwaukee Washington winner at No. 4 Milwaukee King
Milwaukee Vincent-Milwaukee Madison winner at No. 3 Milwaukee Reagan
Milwaukee South-Milwaukee Bay View winner at No. 2 Milwaukee Riverside/Golda Meir
Sectional 8
Regional semifinals, May 30

No. 9 Racine Horlick at No. 8 Union Grove
No. 12 Racine Case at No. 5 Kenosha Indian Trail
No. 11 Racine Park at No. 6 Kenosha Bradford/Reuther
No. 10 Lake Geneva at No. 7 Westosha Central
Regional finals, June 1
Horlick-Union Grove winner at No. 1 Burlington
Indian Trail-Racine Case winner at No. 4 Wilmot
Racine Park-Kenosha Bradford/Reuther winner at No. 3 Waterford
Westosha Central-Badger winner at No. 2 Kenosha Tremper
Division 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Spooner at No. 4 Rice Lake
No. 6 Barron at No. 3 Northwestern
No. 5 St. Croix Central at No. 4 Osceola
No. 6 Amery at No. 3 Baldwin-Woodville
No. 7 Somerset at No. 2 Prescott
No. 5 Arcadia at No. 4 Altoona
No. 6 Bloomer at No. 3 Black River Falls
No. 5 Nekoosa at No. 4 Wisconsin Dells
No. 6 Wautoma at No. 3 Adams-Friendship
Regional semifinals, May 30
Spooner-Rice Lake winner at No. 1 Ashland
Northwestern-Barron winner at No. 2 Hayward
St. Croix Central-Osceola winner at No. 1 Ellsworth
Baldwin-Woodville-Amery winner vs. Somerset-Prescott winner
Altoona-Arcadia winner at No. 1 West Salem
Black River Falls-Bloomer winner at No. 2 Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau
Nekoosa-Wisconsin Dells winner at No. 1 Mauston
Adams-Friendship-Wautoma winner at No. 2 Westfield
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Richland Center at No. 4 Westby
No. 6 Dodgeville at No. 3 Viroqua
No. 5 Lodi at No. 4 Evansville
No. 6 McFarland at No. 3 River Valley
No. 5 Clinton at No. 4 Monroe
No. 6 Big Foot at No. 3 Edgerton
No. 5 Delavan-Darien at No. 4 Glendale Martin Luther
No. 6 East Troy at No. 3 Whitewater
Regional semifinals, May 30
Richland Center-Westby winner at No. 1 Prairie du Chien
Viroqua-Dodgeville winner at No. 2 Platteville
Lodi-Evansville winner at No. 1 Mount Horeb
River Valley-McFarland winner at No. 2 Madison Edgewood
Monroe-Clinton winner at No. 1 Beloit Turner
Edgerton-Big Foot winner at No. 2 Brodhead/Juda
Delavan-Darien-Martin Luther winner at No. 1 Waukesha Catholic Memorial
Whitewater-East Troy winner at No. 2 Racine Lutheran/Prairie School
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Tomahawk at No. 4 Medford
No. 6 Northland Pines at No. 3 Lakeland
No. 5 Oconto Falls at No. 4 Clintonville
No. 6 Shawano at No. 3 Peshtigo
No. 5 Appleton Xavier at No. 4 Freedom
No. 6 New London at No. 3 Little Chute
No. 7 Wrightstown at No. 2 Waupaca
No. 5 Two Rivers at No. 4 Denmark
No. 6 Chilton at No. 3 Valders
Regional semifinals, May 30
Tomahawk-Medford winner at No. 1 Antigo
Lakeland-Northland Pines winner at No. 2 Mosinee
Clintonville-Oconto Falls winner at No. 1 Seymour
Peshtigo-Shawano winner at No. 2 Marinette
Xavier-Freedom winner at No. 1 Fox Valley Lutheran
Little Chute-New London winner vs. Waupaca-Wrightstown winner
Two Rivers-Denmark winner at No. 1 Luxemburg-Casco
Valders-Chilton winner at No. 2 Sturgeon Bay
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Berlin at No. 4 Omro
No. 6 North Fond du Lac at No. 3 Winneconne
No. 5 Lakeside Lutheran at No. 4 Lake Mills
No. 6 St. John’s Northwest Military Academy/University Lake School at No. 3 Watertown Luther Prep
No. 5 Lomira at No. 4 University School of Milwaukee
No. 6 Hustisford/Dodgeland at No. 3 Mayville
No. 5 Milwaukee Messmer at No. 4 Milwaukee St. Thomas More
No. 6 Milwaukee St. Anthony at No. 3 Milwaukee Lutheran
Regional semifinals, May 30
Omro-Berlin winner at No. 1 Waupun
Winneconne-North Fond du Lac winner at No. 2 Ripon
Lake Mills-Lakeside Lutheran winner at No. 1 Columbus
Watertown Luther Prep-St. John’s/University Lake winner at No. 2 Jefferson
University School-Lomira winner at No. 1 Campbellsport
Mayville-Hustisford/Dodgeland winner at No. 2 Kettle Moraine Lutheran
Messmer-St. Thomas More winner at No. 1 Wisconsin Lutheran
Milwaukee Lutheran-St. Anthony winner at No. 2 St. Francis
Division 3
Sectional 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 St. Croix Falls at No. 4 Grantsburg
No. 6 Luck/Frederic at No. 3 Clayton/Turtle Lake
No. 5 Washburn at No. 4 Cornell/Lake Holcombe
No. 6 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser at No. 3 Ladysmith
No. 7 Cameron at No. 2 Chequamegon
No. 5 Colfax at No. 4 Boyceville
No. 6 Glenwood City at No. 3 Spring Valley
No. 5 Fall Creek at No. 4 Mondovi
No. 6 Cadott at No. 3 Osseo-Fairchild
Regional semifinals, May 30
St. Croix Falls-Grantsburg winner at No. 1 Unity
Clayton/Turtle Lake-Luck/Frederic winner at No. 2 Cumberland
Washburn-Cornell/Lake Holcombe winner at No. 1 Phillips
Ladysmith-Chetek-Weyerhaeuser winner vs. Chequamegon-Cameron winner
Colfax-Boyceville winner at No. 1 Eau Claire Regis
Spring Valley-Glenwood City winner at No. 2 Elk Mound
Mondovi-Fall Creek winner at No. 1 Durand
Osseo-Fairchild-Cadott winner at No. 2 Stanley-Boyd
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 6 Onalaska Luther at No. 4 Melrose-Mindoro
No. 6 Whitehall at No. 3 Neillsville
No. 5 Necedah at No. 4 Iowa-Grant
No. 6 Boscobel at No. 3 Brookwood
No. 5 New Glarus at No. 4 Parkview
No. 6 Cuba City at No. 3 Mineral Point
No. 5 Marshall at No. 4 Belleville
No. 6 Deerfield at No. 3 Waterloo
No. 7 Cambridge at No. 2 Poynette
Regional semifinals, May 30
Onalaska Luther-Melrose-Mindoro winner at No. 1 La Crosse Aquinas
Neillsville-Whitehall winner at No. 2 Cochrane-Fountain City
Necedah-Iowa-Grant winner at No. 1 Fennimore
Brookwood-Boscobel winner at No. 2 Lancaster
Parkview-New Glarus winner at No. 1 Darlington
Mineral Point-Cuba City winner at No. 2 Shullsburg/Benton
Belleville-Marshall winner at No. 1 Wisconsin Heights
Waterloo-Deerfield winner vs. Poynette-Cambridge winner
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Colby at No. 4 Spencer
No. 6 Abbotsford at No. 3 Marathon
No. 5 Amherst at No. 4 Iola-Scandinavia
No. 6 Manawa at No. 3 Weyauwega-Fremont
No. 5 Crandon at No. 4 Laona/Wabeno
No. 6 Gillett/Suring at No. 3 Crivitz
No. 5 Shiocton at No. 4 Bonduel
No. 6 Menominee Indian at No. 3 Reedsville
Regional semifinals, May 30
Colby-Spencer winner at No. 1 Stratford
Marathon-Abbotsford winner at No. 2 Auburndale
Amherst-Iola-Scandinavia winner at No. 1 Wittenberg-Birnamwood
Weyauwega-Fremont-Manawa winner at No. 2 Stevens Point Pacelli
Crandon-Laona/Wabeno winner at No. 1 Coleman
Crivitz-Gillett/Suring winner at No. 2 Oconto
Shiocton-Bonduel winner at No. 1 Neenah St. Mary Catholic
Reedsville-Menominee Indian winner at No. 2 Brillion
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Algoma at No. 4 Kewaunee
No. 6 Mishicot at No. 3 Manitowoc
No. 7 Manitowoc Roncalli at No. 2 Southern Door
No. 5 Montello at No. 4 Green Lake/Princeton
No. 6 Pardeeville at No. 3 Laconia
No. 5 Horicon at No. 4 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs
No. 6 Whitefish Bay Dominican at No. 3 Brookfield Academy
No. 5 Racine St. Catherine’s at No. 4 Kenosha Christian Life
No. 6 Milwaukee Heritage Christian/Trinity Academy at No. 3 Shoreland Lutheran
Regional semifinals, May 30
Algoma-Kewaunee winner at No. 1 Gibraltar/Washington Island
Manitowoc Lutheran-Mishicot winner vs. Southern Door-Roncalli winner
Montello-Green Lake/Princeton winner at No. 1 Markesan
Laconia-Pardeeville winner at No. 2 Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian
Horicon-St. Mary’s Springs winner at No. 1 Winnebago Lutheran
Brookfield Academy-Dominican winner at No. 2 Lake Country Lutheran
St. Catherine’s-Christian Life winner at No. 1 Palmyra-Eagle
Shoreland Lutheran-Heritage/Trinity winner at No. 2 Kenosha St. Joseph
Division 4
Sectional 1
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Winter at No. 4 Siren
No. 5 Solon Springs at No. 4 Hurley
No. 6 Bayfield at No. 3 Mellen
No. 5 Pepin/Alma at No. 4 Plum City
No. 5 Owen-Withee at No. 4 Bruce
No. 6 Flambeau at No. 3 Chippewa Falls McDonell
Regional semifinals, May 30
Winter-Siren winner at No. 1 Webster
No. 3 Northwood at No. 2 Shell Lake
Solon Springs-Hurley winner at No. 1 Drummond
Mellen-Bayfield winner at No. 2 Butternut/Mercer
Pepin/Alma-Plum City winner at No. 1 Clear Lake
No. 3 Prairie Farm at No. 2 Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran
Owen-Withee-Bruce winner at No. 1 Thorp
McDonell-Flambeau winner at No. 2 Gilman
Sectional 3
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Bangor at No. 4 Lincoln
No. 6 Blair-Taylor at No. 3 Augusta
No. 7 Coulee Christian/Providence Academy at No. 2 Eleva-Strum
No. 5 Weston at No. 4 Wonewoc-Center
No. 6 Hillsboro at No. 3 New Lisbon
No. 5 North Crawford at No. 4 Kickapoo
No. 6 La Farge at No. 3 Seneca
No. 5 Cassville at No. 4 Potosi
No. 6 Wauzeka-Steuben at No. 3 Riverdale
Regional semifinals, May 30
Bangor-Lincoln winner at No. 1 Independence/Gilmanton
Augusta-Blair-Taylor winner vs. Coulee Christian/Providence-Eleva-Strum winner
Weston-Wonewoc-Center winner at No. 1 Cashton
New Lisbon-Hillsboro winner at No. 2 Royall
North Crawford-Kickapoo winner at No. 1 De Soto
Seneca-La Farge winner at No. 2 Ithaca
Cassville-Potosi winner at No. 1 Highland
Riverdale-Wauzeka-Steuben winner at No. 2 River Ridge
Sectional 2
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Wausau Newman Catholic at No. 4 Northland Lutheran/Wisconsin Valley Lutheran
No. 6 Edgar at No. 3 Prentice
No. 5 Marshfield Columbus Catholic at No. 4 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption
No. 6 Port Edwards at No. 3 Greenwood
No. 7 Granton at No. 2 Loyal
No. 5 Elcho at No. 4 Florence
No. 6 Goodman/Pembine at No. 3 Wausaukee
No. 5 St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena at No. 4 Sevastopol
No. 6 White Lake at No. 3 Bowler
Regional semifinals, May 30
Wausau Newman-Northland Lutheran winner at No. 1 Athens
Prentice-Edgar winner at No. 2 Rib Lake
Columbus Catholic-Assumption winner at No. 1 Pittsville
Greenwood-Port Edwards winner vs. Loyal-Granton winner
Elcho-Florence winner at No. 1 Phelps/Three Lakes
Wausaukee-Goodman/Pembine winner at No. 2 Niagara
Sevastopol-St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena winner at No. 1 Gresham
Bowler-White Lake winner at No. 2 Green Bay NEW Lutheran
Sectional 4
Regional quarterfinals, May 25

No. 5 Tigerton at No. 4 Tri-County
No. 6 Marion at No. 3 Wild Rose
No. 5 Randolph at No. 4 Hilbert/Stockbridge
No. 6 Fall River at No. 3 Rio
No. 7 Cambria-Friesland at No. 2 Living Word Lutheran
No. 5 Black Hawk at No. 4 Southwestern
No. 6 Belmont at No. 3 Argyle
No. 5 Monticello at No. 4 Faith Christian
Regional semifinals, May 30
Tigerton-Tri-County winner at No. 1 Almond-Bancroft
Wild Rose-Marion winner at No. 2 Rosholt
Randolph-Hilbert/Stockbridge winner at No. 1 Oakfield
Rio-Fall River winner vs. Living Word Lutheran-Cambria-Friesland winner
Black Hawk-Southwestern winner at No. 1 Pecatonica
Argyle-Belmont winner at No. 2 Barneveld
Faith Christian-Monticello winner at No. 1 Johnson Creek
No. 3 Williams Bay at No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central

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Marshfield baseball sweeps twinbill from Wausau East

Posted on 18 May 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield baseball team snapped a three-game losing streak with a sweep of a doubleheader at Wausau East on Thursday, winning 11-2 and 6-1.

Marshfield is now 7-9 overall and 6-3 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. East falls to 1-17 and 0-10 in conference play.

Connor Jasurda struck out seven and did not walk a batter in a complete-game effort to earn the win in Game 1 for the Tigers. He also scored a pair of runs.

Marshfield led 4-1 after six innings before a seven-run explosion in the seventh put away the victory.

Jake Brueggen hit a home run and scored three times, and Conner Berry had three RBIs for Marshfield.

In Game 2, Hunter Korger grabbed the victory, striking out nine in five innings.

Ryan Krueger had three hits, Jared Klein had two hits and an RBI, and Brueggen had two hits and two RBIs for the Tigers.

“Two nice wins to keep us going in the conference race,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “Conner Berry and Braden Bohman had multiple hits and Jake Brueggen powered up a long ball for us in the first game. Connor Jasurda pitched it well to get us the ‘W’. Our defense did a very nice job.

“In the second game, Hunter Korger pitched it well and Logan Jakobi did a nice job finishing the game. Our defense was strong again to keep us in good shape in the game.”

Marshfield hosts Stevens Point on Friday at 7 p.m. at Jack Hackman Field.

Game 1
Tigers 11, Lumberjacks 2
Marshfield 120 001 7 – 11 11 2
Wausau East 010 000 1 – 2 3 3
WP:
Connor Jasurda. LP: Schleinz.
SO: Jasurda 7; Schleinz (6 inn.) 1, Brown (1 inn.) 0. BB: Jasurda 0; Schleinz 5, Brown 1.
Top hitters: M, Braden Bohman 2×4, RBI; Paul Maguire 2 runs; Austin Palacek 2 RBIs; Jasurda 2 runs; Jake Brueggen HR, RBI, 3 runs; Conner Berry 3×4, 3 RBIs. WE, Rottier 2×3; Myles 2B, 2 RBIs.

Game 2
Tigers 6, Lumberjacks 1
Wausau East 000 001 – 1 6 0
Marshfield 230 010 – 6 12 0
WP:
Hunter Korger. LP: Kronberger.
SO: Kronberger (3 inn.) 3, Prey (3 inn.) 4; Korger (5 inn.) 9, Jakobi (1 inn.) 1. BB: Kronberger 2, Prey 0; Korger 4, Jakobi 2.
Top hitters: WE, Ninnemann 2×3, RBI. M, Ryan Krueger 3×4, 2 runs; Maguire 2 runs; Jared Klein 2×4, RBI; Brueggen 2×2, 2 RBIs.
Records: Wausau East 1-17, 0-10 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 7-9, 6-3 WVC.

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Marshfield baseball loses all three games at home tournament

Posted on 13 May 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield baseball team dropped three games at its home tournament on Saturday, falling to Holmen 8-2, Antigo 15-12, and Appleton West 14-5.

Antigo (17-2) was a perfect 3-0 to win the tournament title.

Marshfield (5-9) was limited to two runs, both coming in the second inning, and just five hits against Holmen. Aaron Braun and Hunter Korger had RBIs in the second for the Tigers.

The Tigers led 7-5 after four innings against Antigo, but couldn’t hold on as the Red Robins posted five runs in both the fifth and sixth innings. Marshfield scored three times in the bottom of the seventh to cut Antigo’s six-run lead in half, but couldn’t get any more across.

Braden Bohman had two singles, a double, and a triple, scored three times, and had four RBIs for Marshfield in the loss. Andy Goettl had three hits and scored three times, and Jared Klein and Ryan Krueger each had two RBIs for the Tigers.

Appleton West (8-12) scored in all seven innings against four Marshfield pitchers. Brandon Montalvo had three hits, including two doubles, and an RBI, and Krueger was 2-for-2 with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored for the Tigers.

“We lost three times today and that’s tough on anybody,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “Getting through 21 innings was a big challenge, but we stayed competitive. I had to let our pitchers work longer and try to get through james where I normally would pull them. I believe that will make those pitchers better in the long run. It was also great to see some of our sophomore that normally play JV contribute as well.”

In other games in the tournament on Saturday, Antigo blanked Appleton West 11-0 and Holmen beat West 4-1. On Friday, Antigo beat Holmen 11-3.

Marshfield hosts Wausau East on Tuesday.

Vikings 8, Tigers 2
Holmen 203 021 0 – 8 13 3
Marshfield 020 000 0 – 2 5 4
WP:
Byom. LP: Hunter Korger.
SO: Byom (6 inn.) 2, Olson (1 inn.) 0; Korger (4 2/3 inn.) 3, Tyler Spaeth (2 inn.) 1, Mitchell Wilhelm (1/3 inn.) 0. BB: Byom 1, Olson 0. Korger 3, Spaeth 1, Wilhelm 0.
Top hitters: H, Torud 2 RBIs; Fonstad 2×4; Braund 2×2, 2B, 2 runs; Carlson 2×4, 2 runs; Houlihan 2×4, 2 RBIs; Becker 2B; Walensky 2B. M, Ryan Krueger 2B; Connor Jasurda run; Austin Palacek run; Brandon Montalvo 2B; Korger RBI; Aaron Braun RBI.
Records: Holmen 9-9; Marshfield 5-7.

Red Robins 15, Tigers 12
Antigo 400 155 0 – 15 17 1
Marshfield 112 320 3 – 12 15 1
WP:
Nick Marshall. LP: Jared Johnsrud.
SO: Jesse Jankowski (3 inn.) 2, Marshall (1 inn.) 0, No. 14 (no name provided, 3 inn.) 3; Johnsrud (4 2/3 inn.) 1, Austin Palacek (2/3 inn.) 0, Voss (1/3 inn.) 0, Wagner (1 1/3 inn.) 1. BB: Jankowski 1, Marshall 2, No. 14 0; Johnsrud 2, Palacek 1, Voss 2, Wagner 0.
Top hitters: A, Wade Farmer 3×4, 2B, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Meinert 2B, 3 RBIs; Arndt 2×5; Tatro 2 runs; Kirsck 3×5, 2 2Bs, 3 runs, RBI; Kirsch 2×4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Held 2×4, 2B, 2 RBIs. M, Braden Bohman 4×5, 2B, 3B, 3 runs, 4 RBIs; Ryan Krueger 2×3, 2 RBIs; Jared Klein 2 RBIs; Palacek 3B; Andy Goettl 3×4, 2B, 3 runs.
Records: Antigo 17-2; Marshfield 5-8.

Terrors 14, Tigers 5
Appleton West 113 113 4 – 14 12 0
Marshfield 101 300 0 – 5 9 5
WP:
Tyler Teztke. LP: Connor Jasurda.
SO: Tetzke (6 inn.) 8, Bubba Thompson (1 inn.) 1; Jasurda (2 inn.) 1, Ryan Krueger (2 inn.) 1, Schreinder (2 inn.) 3. BB: Tetzke 2, Thompson 1; Jasurda 1, Krueger 1, Schreiner 2.
Top hitters: AW, Thompson 2×4, 4 runs; Brouch 2×4, 2B, 3 runs, 2 RBIs; Jack Mahoney 3 RBIs; Sam Pitz 2B, 2 runs; Kaden Krueger 3×4, 2 2Bs, 3 runs; Luke Pauling 3B, RBI. M, Bohman 2B, RBI, run; Krueger 2×2, 2B, 2 runs, RBI; Brandon Montalvo 3×3, 2 2Bs, RBI.
Records: Appleton West 8-12; Marshfield 5-9.

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Marshfield baseball snaps losing skid, roughs up D.C. Everest

Posted on 11 May 2017 by paul

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SCHOFIELD – Braden Bohman hit a lead-off home run in the first inning and the Marshfield bats woke up as the Tigers cruised past D.C. Everest 10-3 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball game Thursday at D.C. Everest High School.

Marshfield, which had lost three games in a row, including a 2-0 shutout to Everest at home on Tuesday, scored eight runs in the first three innings and finished with nine hits in the win.

Jake Brueggen allowed one run in six innings and struck out six to earn the victory for Marshfield.

“It was nice to get a win after the stormy couple of games we just went through,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “We did a nice job executing offensively and defensively. Jake pitched very well to get the win. We need to keep up the good play moving forward.”

D.C. Everest (9-6, 5-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference) scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh before Jared Johnsrud extinguished the rally by getting the final two outs.

Bohman finished with a single, the home run, and four RBIs, and Jared Klein and Connor Jasurda each drove in two runs for the Tigers (5-6, 4-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Marshfield will host its annual tournament this weekend. Antigo and Holmen play Friday at 5 p.m. at Reeths Field and the tournament will continue Saturday with six games. Marshfield will be playing a rare tripleheader with games against Holmen at 10 a.m., Antigo at 12:30 p.m., and Appleton West at 3 p.m.

Tigers 10, Evergreens 3
Marshfield 143 002 0 – 10 9 1
D.C. Everest 000 010 2 – 3 5 2
WP:
Jake Brueggen. LP: Budnick.
SP: Brueggen (6 inn.) 6, Logan Jakobi (1/3 inn.) 0, Jared Johnsrud (2/3 inn.) 0; Budnick (2 1/3 inn.) 1, Richardson (3 1/3 inn.) 2, Samuelson (1 1/3 inn.) 2. BB: Brueggen 3, Jakobi 2, Johnsrud 0; Budnick 1, Richardson 3, Samuelson 0.
Top hitters: M, Braden Bohman 2×3, HR, 3 runs, 4 RBIs; Jared Klein 2×4, 2B, 2 RBIs; Connor Jasurda 1×4, 3B, 2 RBIs; Brueggen 2×3.
Records: Marshfield 5-6, 4-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference; D.C. Everest 9-6, 5-3 WVC.

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D.C. Everest shuts out Marshfield baseball

Posted on 09 May 2017 by paul

Mashfield second baseman Ryan Krueger tags out D.C. Everest’s Sam Nielsen trying to steal second base during the Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball game Tuesday at Jack Hackman Field. Everest won 2-0. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Connor Jasurda delivers a pitch during the Tigers’ 2-0 loss to D.C. Everest on Tuesday at Jack Hackman Field. Jasurda struck out seven in six innings of work. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield baseball team had a chance to move up the Wisconsin Valley Conference standings, but D.C. Everest pitcher John Breske wasn’t about to let that happen.

Breske threw a complete-game four-hitter as D.C. Everest shut out Marshfield 2-0 on Tuesday at Jack Hackman Field.

With the victory, Everest maintains its hold on second place behind unbeaten Wausau West at 5-2 (9-5 overall), while Marshfield drops to 4-6 overall and 3-3 in the WVC after suffering its third-straight loss.

Matt Jagodzinski and an RBI single to score pinch runner Ben Bosi in the first inning, and Conner Langbehn scored on a double steal in the second to provide Everest, and Breske, with all the offense it would need.

Connor Jasurda pitched six innings for Marshfield was the hard-luck losing pitcher as he allowed only five hits and four walks, while striking out seven.

Marshfield had two runners on the first inning before Breske wiggled out of it with a pair of fielder’s choice groundballs and another ground out.

Braden Bohman led off with a walk and Ryan Krueger followed with a single. A fielder’s choice put runners on first and third before Jared Klein hit a tapper back to the pitcher and Bohman was thrown out at home trying to score.

Austin Palacek led off the third inning with a single and Bohman walked, but Marshfield’s attempted rally was quickly snuffed out as Everest converted a triple play.

Krueger hit into a 6-4-3 double play, but it turned into a triple play as Palacek rounded third too far and was gunned down by Langbehn.

The Tigers only had two baserunners the rest of the game as Breske cruised to the shutout win. He struck out four and walked just two.

“The D.C. Everest pitcher (Breske) threw a great game against us,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “Connor did a nice job for us. We just
didn’t get enough of the little things done to win this one.”

Marshfield will play at D.C. Everest on Thursday.

Evergreens 2, Tigers 0
D.C. Everest 110 000 0 – 2 5 0
Marshfield 000 000 0 – 0 4 0
WP:
John Breske. LP: Connor Jasurda.
SO: Breske 4; Jasurda (6 inn.) 7, Logan Jakobi (1 inn.) 1. BB: Breske 2; Jasurda 4, Jakobi 0.
Top hitters: DC, J.J. Berdahl 2×3; Matt Jagodzinski 1×3, RBI. M, Braden Bohman 1×1, 2 BBs; Ryan Krueger 1×3; Jared Klein 1×3; Austin Palacek 1×2.
Records: D.C. Everest 9-5, 5-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 4-6, 3-3 WVC.

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Chippewa Falls sweeps twinbill from Marshfield baseball

Posted on 06 May 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield baseball team dropped a pair of games in a nonconference doubleheader against Chippewa Falls on Saturday at Jack Hackman Field.

Chippewa Falls won 21-4 and 10-1. Marshfield is now 4-5, while Chippewa Falls improves to 11-3.

Paul Maguire was 3-for-3 and Braden Bohman, Logan Jakobi, and Aaron Braun each had doubles in Game 1 for Marshfield.

The Tigers had nine hits in the second game, but only mustered one run – an RBI from Hunter Korger that scored Jakobi in the second inning.

Maguire and Jakobi each had two hits in the loss.

Jared Johnsrud took the loss, giving up eight runs, only four earned, in 5 2/3 innings as the Cardinals busted open a 3-1 game with a seven-run sixth inning.

“We need to do a lot of work to be able to play with those guys,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “I saw some good things batting wise. Defensively, we’ll just keep working at it and try to get to a higher level. We gave a good effort, we just have to clean up some things.”

Marshfield hosts D.C. Everest in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Hackman Field.

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Marshfield baseball shuts out Merrill

Posted on 04 May 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield baseball team earned its second-straight win, completing a season-sweep of Merrill, as the Tigers took down the Bluejays 11-0 on Thursday at Jack Hackman Field.

Marshfield is now 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference, while Merrill drops to 4-9 and 2-5 in the conference.

Jake Brueggen tossed the five-inning, complete-game shutout for the Tigers, scattering four hits and three walks while striking out seven. He also added a single and a double at the plate, and scored three runs.

Braden Bohman, Paul Maguire and Jared Klein each had three hits, with Maguire driving in four runs, Bohman three, and Klein two. Bohman also scored three times and had a stolen base for Marshfield.

“It was a very nice job by the team,” Marshfield coach Jon Bauer said. “We played a clean game defensively, Jake had a great performance on the mound, and our bats started showing some life. Gotta move on and get ready for Chippewa Falls on Saturday.”

Marshfield hosts Chippewa Falls for a nonconference doubleheader Saturday at Jack Hackman Field beginning at 11 a.m.

Tigers 11, Bluejays 0
Merrill 000 00 – 0 4 3
Marshfield 235 1x – 11 14 0
WP: Jake Brueggen. LP: Belfiori.
SO: Belfiori (1 1/3 inn.) 1, Suebert (2/3 inn.) 0, Anderson (2 inn.) 3; Brueggen 7. BB: Belfiori 2, Suebert 0, Anderson 2; Brueggen 3.
Top hitters: MER, Belfiori 2B. MAR, Braden Bohman 3×4, 2B, 3 runs, 3 RBIs; Ryan Krueger 2 runs; Paul Maguire 3×3, 4 RBIs; Jared Klein 3×4, 2 RBIs; Austin Palacek 2 runs; Brueggen 2×3, 2B, 3 runs.
Records: Merrill 4-9, 2-5 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 4-3, 3-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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