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Stratford, Auburndale grab multiple spots on 2017 All-Marawood Conference Football Team

Posted on 15 November 2017 by paul

Stratford running back Kade Ehrike (24) was one of seven Tigers named to the first team of the All-Marawood Conference Football Team. Ehrike ran for more than 1,000 yards and scored 25 touchdowns for Stratford this past season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale running back Trayton Weister (3) was a second-team selection to the All-Marawood Conference Football Team after helping the Apaches to a second-straight WIAA playoff appearance. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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Stratford placed seven players on the first team and three more on the second team of the 2017 All-Marawood Conference Football Team, which was voted on by the seven conference coaches.

The Tigers, who finished 9-3 overall and 5-1 and in second place in the Marawood, reached Level 3 of the WIAA Division 5 playoffs before being eliminated by Amherst.

Auburndale, which finished 5-4 overall and 3-3 in the Marawood, had one first-team and five second-team picks. The Apaches won a Division 6 playoff game before losing to Marathon in Level 2.

Senior offensive lineman Aiden Hoffman and senior punter Conner Multerer were unanimous first-team choices for Stratford.

Hoffman led the way for the Tigers’ offense that relied heavily on the running game. Junior Kade Ehrike was also a first team pick after rushing for a 1,062 yards and 21 touchdowns, and adding a team-high 18 pass receptions for 218 yards and four more scores.

Junior Dylan Schoenherr was also a first-team selection on the offensive line for Stratford, as well as earning second-team honors as a defensive end.

“I can’t say enough positive things about Aiden Hoffman,” Stratford coach Jason Tubbs said. “He makes every block for us in our offense. He has great technique and will be missed next year. Dylan Schoenherr was also another solid lineman for us earning first team on the o-line, and Kade Ehrike has great power and burst at running back.”

Defensively, the Tigers also had three first-team selections, as well as Multerer (36.8 yard average) at punter. All four are seniors.

Jordan Becker was Stratford’s top tackler at outside linebacker with 80, including six for loss and three forced fumbles. Lineman Luke Barten had 61 tackles and three forced fumbles, including one returned for a touchdown, and defensive back Dilan Dehlinger had two interceptions for the Tigers.

“Luke Barten is a high-motor player and was double teamed a lot,” Tubb said. “Dilan Dehlinger has great cover skills and is a sure tackler, and Jordan Becker was consistently our best linebacker.

Auburndale’s first-team selection was senior wide receiver Cale Jacoby, who had a team-high 25 receptions for 373 yards and five touchdowns. Jacoby was also a second-team pick at defensive end, tallying four sacks and seven tackles for loss, including a safety.

“Cale is our best receiving weapon, but his stats didn’t entirely reflect the level of his impact,” Auburndale coach Jay Anderson said. “He was always given a lot of attention form the defenses. He is a solid blocker and gives great effort daily.”

In addition to Schoenherr, sophomore defensive lineman Ben Barten and junior defensive back Okley Wrensch were second-team selections for Stratford.

Senior offensive lineman Samuel Hasenohrl, senior defensive end Colten Yeske, senior linebacker Ryan Isaacson, junior running back and Trayton Weister, and sophomore defensive back Cooper Weinufter join Jacoby as second-team picks for Auburndale.

Weister racked up 119.8 yards per game, including kick and punt returns, Isaacson had 42 tackles, including eight for loss, and Weinfurter tallied five interceptions for the Apaches.

“Samuel played a high level this season, despite it being his first year playing the center position,” Anderson said. “Ryan made the move from defensive end to linebacker this season and really took to the change. He was also our starting quarterback and is an outstanding student with 4.0 GPA, was our team captain, and is a leader by example.”

Jerry Sinz of conference champion Edger was named Coach of the Year, while Marathon players eaned the two top individual awards. Quarterback/defensive back Donavon Free was named Back of the Year, and tight end/defensive end Nathan Stoffel was picked as Lineman of the Year.

2017 All-Marawood Conference Football Team
First Team
(*denotes unanimous selection)
Offense
Quarterback:
*Donavon Free, sr., Marathon.
Receivers: *Eli Wurl, sr., Tomahawk; Cale Jacoby, sr., Auburndale.
Fullbacks/tight ends: *Nathan Stoffel, sr., Marathon; *Kade Schraufnagel, sr., Edgar.
Backfield: Kade Ehrike, jr., Stratford; *Will Raatz, jr., Edgar; Kai Vedder, jr., Rib Lake/Prentice.
Linemen: *Michael Lang, sr., Marathon; *Cade Littleton, sr., Edgar; *Aiden Hoffman, sr., Stratford; Bryce Imhoff, sr., Edgar; Dylan Schoenherr, jr., Stratford.
Kicker: *Josh Burish, sr., Edgar.
Defense
Ends:
*Nathan Stoffel, sr., Marathon; Cade Littleton, sr., Edgar.
Outside linebackers: Jordan Becker, sr., Stratford; Ty Guden, jr., Edgar.
Inside linebackers: *Colton Heil, sr., Edgar; *Kai Vedder, jr., Rib Lake/Prentice; Jake Ruid, sr., Tomahawk.
Linemen: *Reece Heidmann, sr., Edgar; Luke Barten, sr., Stratford.
Defensive backs: Karson Butt, jr., Edgar; *Donavon Free, sr., Marathon; Dilan Dehlinger, sr., Stratford.
Punter: *Conner Multerer, sr., Stratford.
Second Team
Offense
Quarterback:
Easton Phalin, sr., Tomahawk.
Fullbacks/tight ends: Brady Anderson, sr., Tomahawk; Dawson Weik, sr., Chequamegon.
Backfield: Jordan Becker, sr., Stratford; Trayton Weister, jr., Auburndale.
Linemen: Tyler Skrzypchak, jr., Edgar; Samuel Hasenohrl, sr., Auburndale; Hunter Seubert, jr., Marathon; Cole Feest, jr., Tomahawk; Sawyer Anderson, sr., Chequamegon.
Defense
Ends:
Dylan Schoenherr, jr., Stratford; Cale Jacoby, sr., Auburndale; Colten Yeske, sr., Auburndale.
Outside linebackers: Richie Seubert, sr., Marathon; Ryan Isaacson, sr., Auburndale; Max Bembinster, jr., Tomahawk.
Inside linebackers: Kole Woodall, sr., Tomahawk; Daulson Weik, sr., Chequamegon.
Linemen: Michael Lang, sr., Marathon; Ben Barten, so., Stratford; Sawyer Anderson, sr., Cheqamegon.
Defensive backs: Okley Wrensch, jr., Stratford; Fernando Zavaleta, sr., Marathon; Cooper Weinfurter, so., Auburndale.
Honorable Mention
Auburndale:
Wyatt Fowler, jr.; Cam Ertl, sr.; Aaron Marth, jr.; Dylan Paun, so.
Edgar: Cole Literski, sr.; Ryan McKibben, jr.; Brock Handrick, jr.; Kaleb Hafferman, so.
Marathon: Preston Weber, jr.; Hunter Seubert, jr.; Casey Krasselt, sr.; Dylan Seehafer, sr.
Rib Lake/Prentice: Chase Swan, jr.; Zach Makovsky, sr.; Trace Brayton, jr.; John Henry Hopkins, jr.
Stratford: Andrew Bargender, sr.; Eli Drexler, jr.; A.J. Schoenfuss, sr.; Mark Handrick, sr.
Tomahawk: Ty Gerstenberger, jr.; Wyatt Wenninger, jr.; Cole Feest, jr.; Jackson List, sr.
Individual Awards
Coach of the Year:
Jerry Sinz, Edgar.
Back of the Year: Donavon Free, Marathon.
Lineman of the Year: Nathan Stoffel, Marathon.

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Stratford earns six spots on 2017 All-Marawood Conference South Division Volleyball Team

Posted on 14 November 2017 by paul

Stratford junior Mazie Nagel led the Tigers in kills and digs this season, and earned unanimous first-team honors on the 2017 All-Marawood Conference South Division Volleyball Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford junior Jadyn Dahlke was a unanimous first-team pick on the 2017 All-Marawood Conference South Division Volleyball Team after topping the Tigers in service aces and assists this season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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Stratford tied Wausau Newman Catholic for the conference title and reaped the rewards with six selections to the 2017 All-Marawood Conference South Division Volleyball Team.

Stratford went 10-1 to earn its first-ever Marawood South championship and went all the way to the WIAA state tournament, which was also a first in program history.

Juniors Mazie Nagel and Jadyn Dahlke were unanimous first-team selections for the Tigers, junior Brooke Peterson and senior Olympia Garrigan were second-team picks, and senior Madisyn Daul and junior Blaire Lindner earned honorable mention status.

Nagel topped Stratford with 507 kills and 405 digs, and Dahlke led the Tigers with 88 service aces and 678 assists, and added 114 kills and 224 digs.

“Mazie is both the offensive and defensive kill leader for our team and strives for the best, and doesn’t rest until she achieves it,” Stratford coach Brooke Kafka said. “Jadyn has proven herself as an asset both offensively as a hitter and defensively. She is a very determined individual, which has shown in her achievements this season.”

Peterson was second on the team with 671 assists and had 213 kills, Lindner had 145 kills, Garrigan had 80 aces, and Dahl had 223 digs.

“Olympia proved her ability early in the season and has brought a lot of personality to our team,” Kafka said. “Olympia often put a spark in the team with her serving abilities. Brooke has really shown her ability to keep the other team guessing. She is a smart setter and has proved to be an effective hitter as well.”

Auburndale junior Mackenzie Raab was a second-team selection, and the Apaches had two honorable mention picks in seniors Rachael Bolder and Hannah Bolder.
Raab led the Apaches with 495 assists, and was second on the team with 74 aces and 305 digs.

Rachael Bolder had 168 kills and 326 assists, and Hannah Bolder led Auburndale in kills with 177.

Newman Catholic, which also advanced to the WIAA state tournament, had six all-conference players as well, including first-team picks Mackenzie Krach and Player of the Year Rylie Vaughn.

2017 All-Marawood Conference South Division Volleyball Team
(*denotes unanimous selection)
First team:
Chrysten Linzmeier, sr., Wisconsin Rapids Assumption; *Elizabeth Boehm, so., Marathon; *Jenna Dick, sr., Marathon; *Rylie Vaughn, sr., Wausau Newman Catholic; *Mackenzie Krach, jr., Wausau Newman Catholic; *Mazie Nagel, jr., Stratford; *Jadyn Dahlke, jr., Stratford.
Second team: Mackenzie Raab, jr., Auburndale; Bailey Imhoff, so., Edgar; Brooke Balz, sr., Marathon; Lauren Shields, so., Wausau Newman Catholic; Grace Ende, jr., Wausau Newman Catholic; Brooke Peterson, jr., Stratford; Olympia Garrigan, sr., Stratford.
Honorable mention: Claire Preuss, sr., Wisconsin Rapids Assumption; Ellie Schill, sr., Wisconsin Rapids Assumption; Rachael Bolder, sr., Auburndale; Hannah Bolder, sr., Auburndale; Daria Hoesly, jr., Edgar; Gabbi Keim, fr., Edgar; Karley Fischer, sr., Marathon; Stephanie Draeger, sr., Marathon; Julianne Barkholz, sr., Wausau Newman Catholic; Linnea Svennes, sr., Wausau Newman Catholic; Madisyn Daul, sr., Stratford; Blaire Lindner, jr., Stratford.
Player of the Year: Rylie Vaughn, Wausau Newman Catholic.

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Amherst running game too much for Stratford to handle in WIAA Division 5 Level 3 football playoff

Posted on 03 November 2017 by paul

The Stratford football team huddles during a timeout early in its WIAA Division 5 Level 3 playoff game at Amherst on Friday. Amherst won 52-15, ending the Tigers’ season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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AMHERST – Stratford knew it had to stop Amhest quarterback Marcus Glodowski in order to have a chance at an upset of the two-time defending Division 5 state champions. It just couldn’t.

Glodowski ran the Falcons’ read-option offense to perfection, rushing for 267 yards and five touchdowns as Amherst beat up Stratford 52-15 in a WIAA Division 5 Level 3 football playoff Friday night at Amherst High School.

Amherst (11-1) moves on to a Division 5 state semifinal against Grantsburg (12-0) next Friday, Nov. 10, at a site to be announced. Lake Country Lutheran and Cedar Grove-Belgium will play in the other semifinal, with the winners meeting in the D-5 state championship game Nov. 16 at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Stratford ends its season with a 9-3 record and suffered its fourth playoff loss in the past six seasons to the Falcons.

“They’re a great team and they proved why they are two-time state champs,” Stratford coach Jason Tubbs said. “That quarterback is as good as advertised.”

Stratford somewhat controlled Glodowski on the Falcons’ first drive, as they drove 60 yards in eight plays, limiting him to 38 yards on five carries. The drive ended with a 1-yard touchdown run by Bryce Holderman.

From there, Glodowski had his way with the Stratford defense, time after time running in open space after holding the Tigers off with a long fake, setting up the Amherst offensive line to do its work.

Glodowski had an 80-yard TD run later in the first quarter, and had a 41-yard scoring run on the first play of the second quarter to put the Falcons up 21-0.

After Stratford recovered a muffed punt, Teddy Redman took a reverse handoff and scampered 20 yards for a Tigers’ score.

However, Stratford just couldn’t find a way to stop Glodowski. The senior quarterback capped a 66-yard drive with a 35-yard touchdown run on Amherst’s next drive, then after forcing a Stratford punt, the Falcons went 68 yards in nine plays, ending on a 27-yard TD run by Glodowski with just 9 seconds to go before halftime, giving Amherst a 34-7 lead.

Glodowski had a 23-yard touchdown run and Aidan Elwood scored from the 2 to make it 46-7 after three quarters.

“It’s tough to bottle him (Glodowski) because they spread you out so well and he’s pretty good,” Tubbs said. “It’s tough to game plan and tough to prepare for someone with that type of speed and burst.”

Stratford earned its final touchdown in the first minute of the fourth quarter as Chandler Schmidt threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Dilan Dehlinger. Amherst finished off the scoring following an interception deep in Tigers’ territory on a 1-yard run by Kadin Conradt.

Stratford was held to 224 total yards, while allowing 415 yards, all on the ground, to the Falcons.

“We took a team that lost a lot of seniors from last year to a group that got to Level 3,” Tubbs said. “We’re a young team. We have, I think, a bright future with our sophomores and juniors.”

Falcons 52, Tigers 15
Stratford 0 7 0 8 – 15
Amherst 14 20 12 6 – 52
First Quarter

A – Bryce Holderman 1 run (Carter Zblewski kick), 5:37.
A – Marcus Glodowski 80 run (Zblewski kick), 1:47.
Second Quarter
A – Glodowski 41 run (Zblewski kick), 11:48.
S – Teddy Redman 20 run (Reed Curtis kick), 9:00.
A – Glodowski 35 run (kick missed), 5:46.
A – Glodwoski 27 run (Zblewski kick), 0:09.
Third Quarter
A – Glodowski 23 run (pass failed), 6:25.
A – Aidan Elwood 2 run (run failed), 0:16.
Fourth Quarter
S – Dilan Dehlinger 60 pass from Chandler Schmidt (Vaughn Breit pass from Mark Handrick), 11:07.
A – Kadin Conradt 1 run (run failed), 4:17.
Team Statistics
First downs:
Stratford 7; Amherst 11.
Rushing (att-yards): S 28-103; A 39-415.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): S 2-12-121-1; A 0-3-0-0.
Total yards: S 224; A 415.
Penalties (no.-yards): S 2-15; A 3-25.
Fumbles (total-lost): S 2-1; A 1-1.
Punting (no.-avg.): S 6-26.8; A 2-41.0.
Individual Statistics
Rushing:
S, Kade Ehrike 6-28, Jordan Becker 7-27, Teddy Redman 3-24, Justin Schoenherr 1-13, Dilan Dehlinger 3-8, Chase Flink 1-7, Mathew Chapel 1-1, Matt Handrick 2-0, Mark Handrick 4-minus 5. A, Marcus Glodowski 14-267, Bryce Holderman 17-103, Aidan Elwood 7-28, Colton Groholski 1-10, Bryan Groshek 3-2, Carmelo Aleman 1-2, Kadin Conradt 1-1.
Passing: S, Mark Handrick 5-8-51-0, Chandler Schmidt 2-2-70-0, Max Schwabe 0-2-0-1. A, Glodowski 0-3-0-0.
Receiving: S, Ehrike 2-34, Dehlinger 1-60, Schoenherr 1-10, A.J. Schoenfuss 1-7, Vaughn Breit 1-6, Becker 1-4. A, none.
Fumble recoveries (defense): S, Becker. A, Tyler Stanchik.
Interceptions (defense): A, Cyle Zblewski.
Punting: S, Connor Multerer 6-28.8. A, Glodowski 2-41.0.
Records: Stratford 9-3; Amherst 11-1.

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Regis outlasts Stratford to capture Division 3 semifinal at WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament

Posted on 03 November 2017 by paul

Stratford’s Madisyn Daul digs out a shot from Regis during the fourth set of the Division 3 semifinal match Friday at the WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center in Green Bay. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford’s Olympia Garrigan serves during the opening set of the Tigers’ WIAA state tournament Division 3 semifinal match against Eau Claire Regis on Friday at Resch Center In Green Bay. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford senior Makayla Krall dives to dig out a Regis kill attempt during the fourth set of the Division 3 semifinal match at the WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center in Green Bay on Friday afternoon. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Madisyn Daul, left, Brooke Peterson (12), and Mazie Nagel yell after Stratford clinched the first set of its Division 3 semifinal on Friday at the WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center in Green Bay. Regis went on to win the match, 3-2. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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GREEN BAY – After a pair of comeback wins in sectional play, the Stratford volleyball team found itself in defensive mode during its Division 3 semifinal on Friday afternoon at the 2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center.

The Tigers looked like the better team for the first two sets before Eau Claire Regis turned the tables and pulled out a 3-2 victory over Stratford. Regis won 23-25, 15-25, 25-14, 25-20, 19-17, to move on to Division 3 state championship match, which will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. The Ramblers (26-6) face Lake Country Lutheran (44-5), which defeated Waterloo 3-2 in the other semifinal Friday.

“We have no reason to hang our heads at this point,” Stratford coach Brooke Kafka said. “It was an amazing season for all of us. We were put in some positions where we were down and had to dig ourselves out of a hole, and it just came a little too close at the end.”

A back-and-forth first set, which saw neither team lead by more than two points, ended with a late Stratford run. The Tigers were down 22-21 before scoring three points in a row, one on a Callie Lehman kill, and ended it on a kill from Makayla Krall to win 25-23.

Stratford (44-2) dominated the second set and looked well on its way to playing for a state title.

Krall had five kills and Mazie Nagel added three as the Tigers rolled to a 25-15 win and a 2-0 lead.

However, an 11-0 run in the middle of the third set turned things around for the Ramblers.

After a sideout earned on a Stratford service error, Elle Matson served 10 points in a row to put Regis up 17-7 and the Tigers got no closer than seven the rest of the way before falling 25-14.

Regis jumped out to an 11-2 lead in Game 4 before it was the Tigers turn to comeback.

Freshman Lauryn Nagel had two kills in a 7-2 run that turned a three-point deficit into a 20-18 lead for Stratford and things seemed to be looking up again. That feeling quickly changed. Following a sideout, Regis scored the last six points of the game on the serve of Ariel Kern, to finish off a 25-20 win and knot the match at two games apiece.

“I feel like the communication, we could have been a lot better, and things weren’t going in our favor,” Krall said.

Kafka said both teams were countering with different adjustments during the third and fourth set, and the Tigers just couldn’t regain the success they were enjoying in the first two sets.

“We talked during our timeouts about different holes they had on their side of the court and where to put the ball, and immediately after we made those adjustments, so did they,” Kafka said.

The fifth-set tiebreaker was as tight as expected, with both teams holding off numerous match points.

A kill from Krall and a violation on Regis allowed Stratford to stave off two match points and tie the game at 14-14.

The Tigers held off another match point with a kill from Mazie Nagel, and after an ace by Brooke Peterson gave Stratford a match point, Regis managed to tie it. Stratford had another match point at 17-16 before Regis finally ended the game with three straight points.

“It sums up our season actually,” Regis coach Travis Eichner said. “We started super slow, got really good in the middle, and we’re finding ways to win. Our blocks were kicking in, our defense was being scrappy, our hitters were powering it in at the end of the game.”

Krall and Mazie Nagel each had 18 kills, Nagel and Olympia Garrigan both contributed 12 digs, and Jadyn Dahlke had 30 assists and 11 digs for Stratford.

“What a great season for these seniors to have,” Mazie Nagel, a junior, said. “The first time in school history (to make it to the state tournament), that’s groundbreaking and I don’t think that’s anything to hang your heads about.”

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2017 WIAA football playoffs, Level 3 scores

Posted on 01 November 2017 by paul

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Play continued Friday, Nov. 3, in the WIAA football playoffs with Level 3 divisional quarterfinal matchups across Wisconsin.

Winners move on to Level 4 state semifinals on Friday, Nov. 10, and winners of those games qualify for the 2017 WIAA State Football Championships on Nov. 16-17 at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Here is a look at all of the Level 3 playoff scores:

2017 WIAA State Football Playoffs
All games are Friday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m.
Division 1

No. 2 Appleton North 49, No. 1 Bay Port 41
No. 1 Kimberly 28, No. 2 Fond du Lac 21
No. 1 Sun Prairie 49, No. 3 Madison West 17
No. 4 Muskego 24, No. 2 Franklin 21
Division 2
No. 2 Green Bay Southwest 16, No. 1 Menomonie 14
No. 1 Waunakee 45, No. 3 Hartford 19
No. 2 Waukesha West 28, No. 1 Monona Grove 7
No. 1 Brookfield Central 31, No. 3 Brookfield East 0
Division 3
No. 2 Rice Lake 42, No. 1 Antigo 7
No. 3 Green Bay Notre Dame 28, No. 1 West De Pere 7
No. 1 New Berlin Eisenhower 7, No. 2 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 0
No. 1 Whitefish Bay 21, No. 2 Greendale 14
Division 4
No. 2 St. Croix Central 28, No. 4 Bloomer 0
No. 2 Freedom 14, No. 1 Wrightstown 13
No. 1 Lodi 35, No. 3 Lake Mills 0
No. 6 Greendale Martin Luther 31, No. 4 Two Rivers 23
Division 5
No. 1 Grantsburg 40, No. 2 Elk Mound 7
No. 2 Amherst 52, No. 5 Stratford 15
No. 2 Lake Country Lutheran 17, No. 1 Clinton 14
No. 1 Cedar Grove-Belgium 28, No. 6 Valders 0
Division 6
No. 3 Eau Claire Regis 21, No. 4 Unity 8
No. 1 Iola-Scandinavia 32, No. 2 Marathon 12
No. 1 Markesan 47, No. 3 Mineral Point 26
No. 1 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 28, No. 2 Racine Lutheran 0
Division 7
No. 3 Abbotsford 50, No. 1 Clear Lake 14
No. 2 Bangor 16, No. 1 Edgar 8
No. 1 Black Hawk 28, No. 2 Potosi/Cassville 7
No. 2 Fall River 8, No. 1 Wild Rose 7

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2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament scores

Posted on 01 November 2017 by paul

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GREEN BAY – The 2017 WIAA Girls Volleyball Tournament concluded Saturday, Nov. 4, with four divisional championship matches at Resch Center.

Burlington outlasted previously unbeaten River Falls 3-2 in the Division 1 championship match, capturing its third state title. Burlington, participating in its eighth state tournament in the past nine years, also won titles in 2011 and 2012.

Lakeside Lutheran of Lake Mills (Division 2) and Lake Country Lutheran of Hartland (Division 3) each won its first state title in program history.

Clayton won the Division 4 title after topping four-time defending champion Wausau Newman Catholic in a semifinal match. The state title was the third for Clayton to go along with ones in 1990 and 1996.

Here is a look at the state tournament scoreboard:

2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament
Nov. 2-4, at Resch Center, Green Bay
Thursday, Nov. 2
Division 1 quarterfinals

River Falls (41-0) 3, Kimberly (26-11) 0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-10)
Oconomowoc (31-9) 3, Waunakee (44-8) 0 (25-15, 25-12, 25-22)
Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels (37-14) 3, Greendale (32-11) 2 (25-18, 25-27, 21-25, 25-17, 15-11)
Burlington (33-10) 3, Mukwonago (33-7) 0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-19)
Friday, Nov. 3
Division 4 semifinals

Clayton (31-2) 3, Wausau Newman Catholic (29-12) 2 (25-18, 23-25, 25-21, 20-25, 15-8)
Oshkosh Lourdes Academy (35-9) 3, Benton (25-3) 0 (25-23, 25-20, 25-15)
Division 3 semifinals
Eau Claire Regis (26-6) 3, Stratford (44-2) 2 (23-25, 15-25, 25-14, 25-20, 19-17)
Lake Country Lutheran (44-5) 3, Waterloo (27-16) 2 (25-11, 22-25, 19-25, 25-17, 16-14)
Division 2 semifinals
Luxemburg-Casco (41-8) 3, Merrill (32-8) 1 (17-25, 25-10, 25-23, 25-20)
Lakeside Lutheran (38-5) 3, Waukesha Catholic Memorial (30-22) 0 (25-20, 25-19, 25-20)
Division 1 semifinals
River Falls (42-0) 3, Oconomowoc (31-10) 1 (26-24, 25-22, 22-25, 25-19)
Burlington (34-10) 3, Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels (37-15) 1 (25-23, 16-25, 25-16, 25-16)
Saturday, Nov. 4
Championship matches

Division 4: Clayton (32-2) 3, Oshkosh Lourdes Academy (35-10) 1 (25-15, 25-20, 25-27, 25-22)
Division 3: Lake Country Lutheran (45-5) 3, Eau Claire Regis (26-7) 1 (23-25, 25-12, 25-17, 25-19)
Division 2: Lakeside Lutheran (39-5) 3, Luxemburg-Casco (41-9) 2 (19-25, 13-25, 25-22, 25-23, 15-10)
Division 1: Burlington (35-10) 3, River Falls (42-1) 2 (25-20, 25-15, 22-25, 17-25, 15-13)

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Another comeback sends Stratford volleyball to state

Posted on 28 October 2017 by paul

The Stratford volleyball team celebrates its sectional championship after topping Neenah St. Mary Central 3-2 in a WIAA Division 3 sectional final Saturday at Athens High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford’s Madisyn Daul hugs teammate Mazie Nagel after the Tigers finished off a WIAA Division 3 sectional final victory over Neenah St. Mary Catholic on Saturday at Athens High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford’s Olympia Garrigan returns a St. Mary Catholic spike during the Tigers’ win in a WIAA Division 3 sectional final Saturday at Athens High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford’s Blaire Lindner sends home a kill during the Tigers’ win over Neenah St. Mary Catholic in a WIAA Division 3 sectional final Saturday at Athens High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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ATHENS – For the second straight match, the Stratford volleyball team found itself down after three sets and in a must-win situation.

And, for the second straight match, the Tigers were able to regroup and continue their season.

Stratford rallied from a 2-1 deficit to knock off Neenah St. Mary Catholic 3-2 in a WIAA Division 3 girls volleyball sectional final on Saturday night at Athens High School. With the victory, the Tigers advance to the state tournament for the first time in program history.

Stratford won the match 23-25, 25-14, 17-25, 25-18, 15-9, to move on the 2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center in Green Bay. Stratford will face Eau Claire Regis in a Division 3 semifinal Friday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m. Waterloo and Lake Country Lutheran will play in the other semifinal, with the winners meeting for the state title on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 11:30 a.m.

“It’s so amazing,” Stratford senior Makayla Krall said. “I love being a part of a team like this because I love every single girl on my team. I’m so close with everyone, especially because I have a sister (McKenna) on the team. It’s amazing to be able to share this experience with her.”

Stratford found itself down 2-1 against Athens in the sectional semifinal on Thursday at Auburndale, and Tigers coach Brooke Kafka said the experience her team fought through in that match was a definite bonus, especially with all that was on the line.

“We knew coming in that this was going to be a tough game, what game isn’t when you get to this point of the season, and I couldn’t be more proud of my girls,” Kafka said. “I couldn’t have asked for a better way to prepare for this situation.”

Stratford struggled much of the time on offense during the first three sets.

St. Mary Catholic pulled ahead 21-17 with a run of four points in a row in Game 1 and held on with two kills from Abbi Thelen and another from Alyssa Rankin to finish off the 25-23 win.

Mazie Nagel, Stratford’s top hitter, found her groove in the second set, pounding home seven kills. Krall added five kills as well as the Tigers evened the match with a 25-14 win.

However, the Tigers’ offense fell silent again in the third set, managing just six kill points. A pair of kills from Megan Berg closed out a 25-17 win for the Zephyrs and put Stratford on life support.

“Some of our passes were getting there and we weren’t able to get the ball to our hitters,” Krall said. “We had to push Mazie out in order to get her to put the ball down because they were blocking her cross. They were triple-blocking the middle, so we had to find where the holes were.”

Leading 13-11, Stratford earned a sideout and ripped off three more points on kills from Brooke Peterson, Krall and Blaire Lindner to go up by six. An ace from Madisyn Daul finished off a 25-18 victory to even the match again and set up a fifth and final set for the sectional title.

Stratford’s offense continued to roll in Game 5. Nagel had three kills in a 9-3 run to start the game and the Tigers never looked back, closing out the match with a 15-9 win.

Nagel finished with 22 kills and 24 digs, Jadyn Dahlke had 28 assists and 20 digs, Peterson had 27 assists, and Krall had 16 kills and 19 digs for the Tigers.

“I was waiting for them to play their game, and I hadn’t seen it,” Kafka said. “I said, ‘I want to see you play your game, I want to see you earn this, I want to see you be you. They finally showed.

“I said to them that we can’t make our defense work as hard as it’s working if we can’t run our offense. Our defense is strong, but our offense is even stronger, so I was glad that we finally pulled that out.”

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Stratford football dominates top-seed Stanley-Boyd in WIAA Division 5 Level 2 playoff

Posted on 27 October 2017 by paul

Stratford’s Connor Multerer celebrates after the Tigers recovered a fumble during the second quarter of their victory at Stanley-Boyd in a WIAA Division 5 Level 2 football playoff game Friday night. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford running back Jordan Becker fights for extra yards on a run in the first quarter of Friday’s WIAA Division 5 Level 2 playoff win over Stanley-Boyd. The Tigers won 38-0. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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STANLEY – Facing the length of the field, heading into a stiff, cold north wind, the Stratford offense faced a daunting task against a Stanley-Boyd defense that had allowed only 11 touchdowns in 10 previous games this season.

The Tigers’ offensive line took over. Sixteen-straight running plays ended with a touchdown and the beat-down Stanley-Boyd defense never recovered as Stratford rolled to a 38-0 rout in a WIAA Division 5 Level 2 football playoff game Friday night at Forward Field. The win avenged a loss to the Orioles, 21-14, in the season-opener on Aug. 18.

The fifth-seeded Tigers improve to 9-2 this season and move on to a Level 3 game against two-time defending D-5 state champion Amherst (10-1) on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.

Previously unbeaten Stanley-Boyd, the top seed in arguably the toughest group in all of the WIAA playoffs, proved to be no match for a Stratford team that dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.

The Tigers racked up 277 yards rushing and held Stanley-Boyd’s potent offense to just 112 total yards and only 25 through the air. Orioles’ quarterback L.J. Schmelzer had thrown for 1,383 yards and 21 scores this season, but the combination of the strong wind and a ferocious Stratford defense limited him to just 5 of 19 passing for 17 yards.

“We kept telling ourselves that we could have beat them (in the opener) and now it was time to put up or go home,” junior running back Kade Ehrike said. “We knew we could beat them. We knew coming in that we were a better team and we proved it tonight.”

Stratford’s 99-yard drive was a work of art. The Tigers picked up six first downs on the drive, converting on third down three times and scoring on a 1-yard run by Ehrike on fourth-and-goal. The drive chewed up 5:32 on the clock and demoralized the normally stout Stanley-Boyd defense.

“We knew when we got the ball we needed to put up points and their momentum would be stopped,” Ehrike said. “Once we did that, we knew we could do anything after scoring on a 99-yard drive. It was awesome.”

Later in the first quarter, a 26-yard punt return by Dilan Dehlinger set up Stratford at the S-B 36. Teddy Redman had a 21-yard run on the final play of the quarter, and Ehrike ran in from the 8 for another Stratford score on the first play of the second to put the Tigers up 14-0.

Stratford hit a big play before halftime as quarterback Mark Handrick rolled to his left and found a wide open Eli Drexler for a 60-yard touchdown to take a 21-0 lead, and the rout was on.

Stanley-Boyd had its only positive drive of the game to start the second half, moving to the Stratford 29 before three incomplete passes ended the drive, and essentially the game.

Stratford turned around and drove 71 yards on seven plays with Jordan Becker ending the series with a 3-yard touchdown run on fourth down. A two-point conversion made it 29-0.

Benjamin Barten blocked a punt that went out of the back of the end zone for a safety, and Redman had a 15-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to finish off the scoring for the Tigers.

“They have two great players, (Ben) Turner and (Brandon) Herrick, and they hurt us last game,” Stratford coach Jason Tubbs said. “This game we found them and took care of them. Our guys wanted this one and you could tell right away they came to play.”

Ehrike, the Tigers’ top running back, gained 61 yards and the two scores in the first half before sitting out the second half with some nagging leg injuries. In his place, Becker finished with 113 yards and Redman added 74 on the ground.

“Kade Ehrike is getting healthier every week,” Tubbs said. “Other guys stepped in. Jordan Becker, Teddy Redman, Eli Drexler, Mark Handrick running the ball, throwing the ball…we just have a good, balanced team and that’s how you win these games.”

Next up is Amherst, who beat Spencer/Columbus 49-18 on Friday to run its winning streak to nine in a row following a 14-13 loss to Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs back in Week 2. Since that loss, the Falcons have four shutouts, allowed just eight points per game, and scored at least 32 points in all nine wins.

“They are two-time defending state champs for a reason, but we have a shot, we have puncher’s chance and that’s all we ask for,” Tubbs said. “We’re a five seed, no respect, and we’re going to play that no-respect card until someone proves us wrong. I know our kids want to play them, so that’s important.”

Tigers 38, Orioles 0
Stratford 7 14 10 7 – 38
Stanley-Boyd 0 0 0 0 – 0
First Quarter

STR – Kade Ehrike 1 run (Reed Curtis kick), 3:46.
Second Quarter
STR – Ehrike 8 run (Curtis kick), 11:55.
STR – Eli Drexler 60 pass from Mark Handrick (Curtis kick), 3:28.
Third Quarter
STR – Jordan Becker 3 run (Drexler pass from Mark Handrick), 5:11.
STR – Safety, Benjamin Barten blocked punt out of end zone, 3:53.
Fourth Quarter
STR – Teddy Redman 15 run (Anselm Ruehl kick), 7:47.
Team Statistics
First downs:
Stratford 10; Stanley-Boyd 5.
Rushing (att-yards): STR 52-277; SB 33-87.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): STR 4-10-94-1; SB 6-22-25-0.
Total yards: STR 371; SB 112.
Penalties (no.-yards): STR 5-36; SB 3-13.
Fumbles (total-lost): STR 1-0; SB 1-1.
Punting (no.-avg.): STR 2-29.0; SB 6-27.7.
Individual Statistics
Rushing:
STR, Jordan Becker 13-113, Teddy Redman 11-74, Kade Ehrike 13-61, Mark Handrick 6-19, Max Schwabe 1-9, Matt Handrick 1-2, Devin Dennee 1-1, Andrew Schoenfuss 3-1, Dilan Dehlinger 2-1, Chase Flink 1-minus 3. SB, Ben Turner 11-47, Brandon Herrick 5-20, L.J. Schmelzer 9-13, Matt Nesterick 3-5, Luke Spaeth 1-3, Collin Meyer 3-0, Clayton Carlson 1-minus 1.
Passing: STR, Mark Handrick 3-9-89-1, Dennee 1-1-5-0. SB, Schmelzer 5-19-17-0, Herrick 1-3-8-0.
Receiving: STR, Eli Drexler 2-80, Becker 1-9, Redman 1-5. SB, Meyer 3-17, Turner 1-8, Herrick 1-0, Nesterick 1-0.
Fumble recoveries (defense): STR, Schoenfuss.
Interceptions (defense): SB, Meyer.
Punting: STR, Connor Multerer 2-29.0. SB, Schmelzer 6-27.7.
Records: Stratford 9-2; Stanley-Boyd 10-1.

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Stratford volleyball storms back to beat Athens in WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal

Posted on 26 October 2017 by paul

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AUBURNDALE – The Stratford volleyball team was on the brink of elimination before a big rally saved its season.

Stratford defeated Athens 25-19, 22-25, 19-25, 25-21, 15-9, to win a WIAA Division 3 girls volleyball sectional semifinal Thursday night at Auburndale High School.

Stratford moves on to a Division 3 sectional final Saturday night at Athens against Neenah St. Mary Catholic. The match begins at 7 p.m. and the winner advances to the 2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center in Green Bay on Nov. 2-4. The Division 3 state semifinals are Friday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m., and the championship match is Saturday, Nov. 4, at 11:30 a.m.

Stratford and St. Mary Catholic have never qualified for the state tournament.

Makayla Krall had 19 kills and 11 digs, Mazie Nagel added 18 kills and 19 digs, Jadyn Dahlke had 28 assists, 10 kills and nine service aces, and Brooke Peterson had 26 assists for Stratford.

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2017 WIAA girls volleyball playoffs, sectional scores

Posted on 23 October 2017 by paul

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The 2017 WIAA girls volleyball playoffs continued with sectional play on Oct. 26 and Oct. 28.

Sectional winners qualified for the 2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament on Nov. 2-4 at Resch Center in Green Bay.

Here is a look at all of the sectional scores:

2017 WIAA Girls Volleyball Playoffs
Division 1
Sectional 1
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at D.C. Everest

No. 1 River Falls 3, No. 4 Stevens Point 0 (25-17, 25-15, 25-17)
No. 6 D.C. Everest 3, No. 2 Eau Claire North 1 (21-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-19)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
River Falls 3, D.C. Everest 1 (25-21, 25-15, 16-25, 25-14)
Sectional 2
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Ashwaubenon

No. 1 Kimberly 3, No. 5 Bay Port 1 (23-25, 25-16, 25-22, 25-20)
No. 2 Appleton North 3, No. 3 Hortonville 0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-22)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Kimberly 3, Appleton North 1 (25-20, 22-25, 25-14, 25-18)
Sectional 3
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Middleton

No. 1 Sun Prairie 3, No. 4 Middleton 2 (25-27, 25-23, 24-26, 25-10, 15-8)
No. 2 Waunakee 3, No. 3 Verona 2 (23-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-6)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Waunakee 3, Sun Prairie 2 (25-17, 13-25, 25-19, 17-25, 15-13)
Sectional 4
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Oshkosh North

No. 1 Oconomowoc 3, No. 4 Sheboygan North 0 (25-13, 25-20, 25-23)
No. 3 West Bend West 3, No. 2 Neenah 1 (17-25, 25-22, 25-20, 25-23)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Oconomowoc 3, West Bend West 1 (21-25, 25-17, 25-21, 25-21)
Sectional 5
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Oshkosh North

No. 1 Menomonee Falls 3, No. 5 Cedarburg 2 (25-20, 15-25, 25-23, 19-25, 15-10)
No. 3 Mukwonago 3, No. 2 Hartland Arrowhead 1 (16-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-23)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Mukwonago 3, Menomonee Falls 1 (25-17, 23-25, 26-24, 25-19)
Sectional 6
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Stoughton

No. 1 Burlington 3, No. 4 Janesville Craig 0 (25-16, 25-9, 25-9)
No. 3 Westosha Central 3, No. 2 Milton 0 (25-21, 26-24, 25-18)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Burlington 3, Westosha Central 0 (25-18, 25-11, 25-21)
Sectional 7
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Racine Park

No. 1 Greendale 3, No. 4 Franklin 2 (25-13, 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 15-13)
No. 2 West Allis Hale 3, No. 3 Oak Creek 0 (25-17, 25-11, 25-9)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Greendale 3, West Allis Hale 1 (19-25, 25-23, 25-21, 25-16)
Sectional 8
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26, at Glendale Nicolet

No. 1 Brookfield Central 3, No. 5 Glendale Nicolet 1 (25-21, 25-18, 18-25, 25-7)
No. 3 Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 3, No. 2 Brookfield East 1 (16-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-13)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 3, Brookfield Central 0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-21)
Division 2
Sectional 1
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 1 St. Croix Central 3, No. 3 Rice Lake 1 (25-21, 21-25, 25-21, 25-22)
No. 1 Merrill 3, No. 1 Mosinee 1 (28-25, 26-24, 25-20, 29-27)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Merrill 3, St. Croix Central 1 (25-23, 25-18, 19-25, 25-21)
Sectional 2
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 2 Luxemburg-Casco 3, No. 1 Green Bay Notre Dame 2 (25-27, 25-21, 25-16, 19-25, 15-11)
No. 1 Little Chute 3, No. 3 Fox Valley Lutheran 1 (25-19, 23-25, 25-21, 25-12)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Luxemburg-Casco 3, Little Chute 1 (12-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-13)
Sectional 3
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 1 Mount Horeb 3, No. 1 Reedsburg 0 (25-12, 25-9, 25-18)
No. 1 Lakeside Lutheran 3, No. 2 East Troy 2 (31-29, 19-25, 23-25, 34-32, 15-13)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Lakeside Lutheran 3, Mount Horeb 0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-11)
Sectional 4
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 2 Pewaukee 3, No. 1 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 2 (25-15, 25-21, 23-25, 23-25, 17-15)
No. 1 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 3, No. 2 Wisconsin Lutheran 1 (25-16, 25-10, 20-25, 25-16)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Waukesha Catholic Memorial 3, Pewaukee 1 (25-21, 21-25, 25-14, 25-20)
Division 3
Sectional 1
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 1 Grantsburg 3, No. 3 Colfax 0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-12)
No. 1 Eau Claire Regis 3, No. 3 Cochrane-Fountain City 2 (25-22, 20-25, 25-19, 24-26, 18-16)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Eau Claire Regis 3, Grantsburg 1 (23-25, 26-24, 25-21, 25-18)
Sectional 2
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 2 Neenah St. Mary Catholic 3, No. 1 Oconto 1 (25-21, 25-21, 14-25, 25-21)
No. 1 Stratford 3, No. 3 Athens 2 (25-19, 22-25, 19-25, 25-21, 15-9)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Stratford 3, Neenah St. Mary Catholic 2 (23-25, 25-14, 17-25, 25-18, 15-9)
Sectional 3
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 3 Waterloo 3, No. 1 Cuba City 1 (23-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-18)
No. 1 Winnebago Lutheran Academy 3, No. 2 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 1 (21-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-23)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Waterloo 3, Winnebago Lutheran Academy 0 (25-11, 25-10, 25-16)
Sectional 4
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 1 Manitowoc Lutheran 3, No. 2 Oostburg 0 (25-23, 25-19, 25-11)
No. 1 Lake Country Lutheran 3, No. 3 Living Word Lutheran 0 (25-20, 25-10, 25-18)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Lake Country Lutheran 3, Manitowoc Lutheran 0 (25-22, 25-16, 25-20)
Division 4
Sectional 1
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 3 Shell Lake 3, No. 1 Mercer 2 (26-24, 25-12, 21-25, 22-25, 19-17)
No. 1 Clayton 3, No. 2 Chippewa Falls McDonell 2 (25-20, 25-22, 16-25, 22-25, 15-11)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Clayton 3, Shell Lake 0 (25-18, 25-7, 25-16)
Sectional 2
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 1 Wausau Newman Catholic 3, No. 2 Marshfield Columbus Catholic 0 (25-20, 25-8, 25-18)
No. 1 Florence 3, No. 3 Gresham 0 (25-18, 25-22, 25-18)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Wausau Newman Catholic 3, Florence 0 (25-5, 25-12, 25-7)
Sectional 3
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 2 Bangor 3, No. 1 Royall 2 (10-25, 28-26, 17-25, 27-25, 15-13)
No. 3 Benton 3, No. 1 Seneca 0 (25-15, 25-21, 25-17)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Benton 3, Bangor 0 (30-28, 25-23, 25-19)
Sectional 4
Sectional semifinals, Oct. 26

No. 2 Oshkosh Lourdes 3, No. 1 Hilbert 0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-21)
No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central 3, No. 1 Randolph 2 (20-25, 25-21, 25-27, 25-23, 15-10)
Sectional finals, Oct. 28
Oshkosh Lourdes 3, Burlington Catholic Central 2 (25-17, 25-18, 19-25, 24-26, 15-8)

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