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Marshfield girls soccer shuts down Merrill to win first Valley game of season

Posted on 21 April 2017 by paul

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MERRILL – Nina Hashimoto scored two goals in the first half and Marshfield made them hold up as it defeated Merrill 2-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer game Thursday.

Hashimoto, a freshman, scored her first two varsity goals at the 19:20 and 41:19 marks.

Wendy Rodriguez saves all seven shots in goal for the Tigers (2-5-1, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

“This was a nice win and one we needed,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We have been close but tonight we put it together. We dodged a few great opportunities as Merrill players had point blank shots only to be denied by Wendy.

“The entire team played well, but tonight Emily Critelli stepped up her game and showed why she has been an all-conference player.”

Marshfield was scheduled to play Tomah at home Friday, but the game was canceled. The Tigers will host D.C. Everest in a WVC game Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Griese Park.

Tigers 2, Bluejays 0
Marshfield 2 0 – 2
Merrill 0 0 – 0
First half:
1. MAR, Nina Hashimoto (Maureen Cassidy), 19:20; 2. MAR, Hashimoto, 41:19.
Total shots: Marshfield 16; Merrill 9.
Shots on goal: Marshfield 11; Merrill 7.
Saves: MAR, Wendy Rodriguez 7; MER, Marla Lane 9.
Records: Marshfield 2-5-1, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Merrill 1-6-1, 0-3-1 WVC.

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Wisconsin Rapids shuts out Marshfield girls soccer

Posted on 19 April 2017 by paul

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MARSHFILED – Wisconsin Rapids scored twice in the final 10:09 to put away Marshfield and win 3-0 in Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer action Tuesday at Griese Park.

Kaitlyn Hess scored at the 13:46 mark to put Wisconsin Rapids (5-1-1, 2-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference) ahead.

The score remained 1-0 until Cassidy Kohls scored at the 79:51 mark and Hess added another goal 3 minutes later to provide the final score.

Miranda Nieman saves all five shots she faced in goal to earn the shutout for Rapids.

Marshfield (1-5-1, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference) got two saves in goal from Andrea Carolfi and six from Wendy Rodriguez.

“We had some opportunities, and yet again, we just cannot get the ball in the net,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “It is not from lack of effort as the girls are playing hard, but when we have those opportunities, we need to capitalize.”

Marshfield plays a WVC game at Merrill on Thursday and hosts Tomah on Friday in a nonconference game at Griese Park.

Raiders 3, Tigers 0
Wisconsin Rapids 1 2 – 3
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
First half:
1. WR, Kaitlyn Hess, 13:46.
Second half: 2. WR, Cassidy Kohls, 79:51; 3. WR, Hess, 82:49.
Saves: WR, Miranda Nieman 5; M, Andrea Carolfi 2, Wendy Rodriguez 6.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 5-1-1, 2-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 1-5-1, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield girls soccer plays to scoreless tie with Hortonville

Posted on 14 April 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Mickala Brown controls the ball during the Tigers’ nonconference girls soccer game against Hortonville on Friday at Griese Park. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. Ana Paape follows the play for the Tigers. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield and Hortonville played to a 0-0 tie in a nonconference girls soccer game Friday at Griese Park.

Marshfield held a 13-11 advantage in shots on goal.

Wendy Rodriguez saved six shots playing the first half in goal for Marshfield (1-4-1). Andrea Carolfi took over after halftime and had five saves.

Lauren Mertz had 13 saves for the Polar Bears (2-1-2).

“It was a very good exciting high school game with the outcome, all the way until the end, in doubt,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We had more chances tonight than recently, but just missed on a few occasions. We are getting used to playing with the players on the field and this is starting to produce good results.”

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Stevens Point blanks Marshfield girls soccer

Posted on 14 April 2017 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Stevens Point scored three times in the first 27 minutes and went on to beat Marshfield 5-0 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer opener for both teams Thursday at Portage County Youth Soccer Complex.

Olivia Clemens scored in the third and 26th minutes, and Tigist Ficken added another goal for the Panthers at the 27:42 mark to give them a 3-0 lead by halftime.

Stevens Point (4-1, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference) added two more goals in the second half, including a Marshfield own goal with 6:19 remaining.

Marshfield (1-4, 0-1 WVC) was held to six shots on goal, all saved by Stevens Point goalie ToniRea Evans.

“We are in a funk right now and cannot get to where we want to be,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We need to get the players in the right places to have more success. Right now, we need to keep our heads up and do the things that can make us successful – better passes, traps and space.”

Marshfield hosts Hortonville in a nonconference game Friday at 4:30 p.m. at Griese Park.

Panthers 5, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
Stevens Point 3 2 – 5
First half:
1. SP, Olivia Clemens (Anna Zajakowski), 2:50; 2. SP, Clemens (Sierra Hefferan), 25:01; 3. SP, Tigist Ficken (Zajakowski), 27:42.
Second half: 4. SP, Abby Gemza, 54:25; 5. SP, Marshfield own goal, 83:41.
Total shots: Marshfield 7; Stevens Point 16.
Shots on goal: Marshfield 6; Stevens Point 16.
Corner kicks: Marshfield 2; Stevens Point 4.
Saves: M, Andrea Carolfi 4, Wendy Rodriguez 8. SP, ToniRea Evans 6.
Records: Marshfield 1-4, 0-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Stevens Point 4-1, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield girls soccer shut out at Green Bay Southwest

Posted on 11 April 2017 by paul

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GREEN BAY – The Marshfield girls soccer team was shut out at Green Bay Southwest 2-0 in a nonconference game Tuesday night.

After a scoreless first half, Taylor Johnson scored unassisted 4 minutes into the second half and Liz Cumber lofted a shot just over Marshfield goalie Wendy Rodriguez at the 83:12 mark to push Southwest to the victory.

Marshfield (1-3) was outshot 6-3 in the defensive battle.

“We had chances and need to catch a break, and starting hitting for some goals,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “Our touches need to be cleaned up to beat one of these strong teams. We need better passes and traps to have more opportunities.”

Marshfield plays at Stevens Point in its Wisconsin Valley Conference opener Thursday and will host Hortonville in its home opener Friday at Griese Park.

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Marshfield girls soccer opens season with 1-2 record at Urbana Invite

Posted on 09 April 2017 by paul

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URBANA, Ill. – The Marshfield girls soccer team opened its 2017 season by going 1-2 at the Urbana (Ill.) Invitational on Friday and Saturday.

Marshfield beat St. Edward’s (Ill.) of Elgin, 3-1, on Friday. The Tigers lost to Geneseo (Ill.) 2-0 and Springifled Sacred Heart Griffin (Ill.) 5-0 on Saturday.

Maddie Haessly scored a pair of goals and assisted on Nicole Simon’s goal in the season-opening win over St. Edward’s. Haessly was named to the All-Tournament Team.

Sophie Koehn and Simon assisted on Haessly’s goals.

Wendy Rodriguez had 14 saves and Andrea Carolfi had eight saves in goal for the Tigers as they split time in the net.

“We played some quality teams again and did well overall,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We gained tremendous experience and saw some things we can take as coaches back to improve on the season. Some players were put into different positions and we saw where their strengths are and where we as coaches need to place players for the optimal success.”

Marshfield plays a nonconference game at Green Bay Southwest on Tuesday, opens its Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule at Stevens Point on Thursday, and will play its home-opener on Friday against Hortonville.

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Girls soccer preview: Marshfield tries to build off late-season improvement

Posted on 04 April 2017 by paul

Junior midfielder Kendra Tremelling will be a key component to the Marshfield girls soccer team’s attack this spring. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Maureen Cassidy is a co-captain and one of 10 returning players for the Marshfield girls soccer team, which opens its season at a tournament in Illinois on Friday and Saturday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls soccer team went through a rough season in 2016, however a big playoff win at the end of the year has an experienced group of Tigers hopeful this season will be better.

Marshfield finished 6-17-1 last season and were just 1-10-1 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference, but a victory at Ashwaubenon in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal, and a hard-fought 3-1 loss to Rhinelander in the regional final has given this year’s team positive momentum.

Senior Maddie Haessly, who had 10 goals and three assists last year, and sophomore Nicole Simon (one goal, one assist) return at forward for the Tigers, as do eight others that saw a lot playing time a year ago.

“With 10 players back who saw significant playing time on varsity, and three others who have spent some time on varsity, we are excited for the season,” said Marshfield coach Steve Lindner, who is entering his seventh season as the head coach. “We have high expectations as this team really bring continuity and experience. These ladies really finished strong last season, bought into the system and played well together.”

Co-captains Emily Critelli at sweeper and Maureen Cassidy at midfield, both seniors, are also back, along with senior midfielders Ciera Neufeld and Liz Holbrook, junior midfielder Kendra Tremelling, junior defenders Makenna Hart and Mickala Brown, senior defender Gracia Sandock, and senior goalie Andrea Carolfi.

Junior midfielder Sophie Koehn also returns. After a productive freshman season, Koehn was sidelined with a knee injury a year ago, but is back healthy to help out the Tigers.

New to the team is senior exchange student Inga Berg, who is expected to see time as a sweeper and outside player. Freshmen Anna Paape, Cassidy Kolstad, Nina Hashimoto and Madie Swanson, and senior McKensey Koran will vie for playing time as well.

Wendy Rodriguez, along with Carolfi, the school’s all-time career leader in shutouts with 12, will split time at goalie.

“We have far more depth then we have had since I have been associated with the program,” Lindner said. “We return players from each line and two goalies that have seen time in net. Overall, the numbers are the greatest we have seen with 43 girls out. With 10 seniors we should have strong leadership this season.”

Marshfield will open its season at Urbana, Ill., at a tournament on Friday and Saturday. Tuesday’s original season and home opener against Tomah was postponed to April 21.

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College roundup: Updates on Manlick, Hoheisel, Kundinger, Molter

Posted on 09 September 2016 by paul

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A number of former local high school athletes have moved on to the next level and are playing sports collegiately across the country.

Periodically, MarshfieldAreaSports.com will publish a College Sports Roundup updating readers of those local athletes’ exploits at the collegiate level.

Manlick playing No. 1 at St. Norbert
Elizabeth Manlick, a 2013 graduate of Marshfield Columbus Catholic High School, is a senior on the St. Norbert College (De Pere) women’s tennis team.

Manlick has been playing No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles for the Green Knights, going 1-2 at each position during their first three meets.

Both of Manlick’s win came in a 9-0 defeat of Lawrence University on Sept. 2 in a Midwest Conference match at the Green Bay Tennis Center.

St. Norbert will play a pair of doubleheaders on the road this weekend. The Green Knights will travel to Illinois College and Knox College on Saturday, and Monmouth College and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on Sunday.

Nick Hoheisel

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Hoheisel plays in opener for Whitewater
Nick Hoheisel, a 2016 graduate of Marshfield High School, is a freshman running back on the UW-Whitewater football team.

Hoheisel, a first-team all-Valley Football Association South Division running back last season after he rushed for more than 1,600 yards for the Tigers, had one carry for two yards in the Warhawks’ 51-3 rout of The College of New Jersey on Sept. 3.

Hoheisel and UW-Whitewater, the No. 2-ranked team in the country in the latest Division III national poll, will host Belhaven (Mass.) on Saturday in another nonconference game.

Kendra Kundinger

Kendra Kundinger

Kundinger starting for UWSP volleyball
Kendra Kundinger, a 2014 graduate of Auburndale High School, is a junior on the UW-Stevens Point volleyball team.

Kundinger and the Pointers are off to a 4-0 start after they swept four matches at the Winona State (Minn.) Invitational on Sept. 2-3.

Kundinger played in 11 of the 13 sets in the tournament, leading the team with 12 service aces. She also had 19 digs and seven assists in the wins.

The Pointers hosted Lakeland College on Wednesday and will be at home for four matches this weekend, all against Minnesota schools. Stevens Point will play St. Benedict and Macalester College on Saturday, and Bethel University and Bethany Lutheran College on Sunday.

Darian Molter

Darian Molter

Molter returns for Winona soccer
Darian Molter, a 2014 Marshfield High School graduate, has returned to the Winona State University women’s soccer team after taking a year off.

Molter, who led the team in goals (six) and total points (13) in 2014 as a freshman, started her sophomore season with a bang last weekend in Upper Michigan.

The Marshfield girls soccer program’s all-time leading goal scorer had the Warriors’ first score of the season and assisted on another as WSU beat Michigan Tech 2-0 on Sept. 2 in Houghton. On Sunday, Molter had one shot attempt but didn’t score in the Winona’s 3-2 victory over Northern Michigan in Marquette.

Winona is at Upper Iowa (Fayette, Iowa) on Friday before playing its home opener Sunday against Ferris State (Mich.).

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Marshfield grad Julia Urban shines for Central FC Select soccer team

Posted on 18 July 2016 by paul

The Central FC Select U18 women's soccer team went 8-1-1 in its first 10 games this summer, outscoring opponents 40-7 in that stretch. Team members are, in front from left, Olivia Clemens and Kailyn Kostuchowdki of Stevens Point, Jasmine Hunn of Wisconsin Rapids Assumption, Justice Menge and ToniRae Evans of Stevens Point, Mia Iwinski of Wisconsin Rapids, and Courtney Milkowski of Stevens Point. In back are Coach Jaimie Brezinski, Cierra Nieman of Wisconsin Rapids, Katie Weishaar of Westfield, Miranda Nieman of Wisconsin Rapids, Anna Zajakowski and Autumn Shurbert-Hetzel of Stevens Point, Aubrey Iwinski of Wisconsin Rapids, Julia Urban of Marshfield, Dorene Sanchez of D.C. Everest, and Rowen Kilwee of Amherst. Not pictured are Kassi Spees of Nekoosa and McKenna Kilata of Wisconsin Rapids. (Photo submitted by Greg Urban)

The Central FC Select U18 women’s soccer team went 8-1-1 in its first 10 games this summer, outscoring opponents 40-7 in that stretch. Team members are, in front from left, Olivia Clemens and Kailyn Kostuchowdki of Stevens Point, Jasmine Hunn of Wisconsin Rapids Assumption, Justice Menge and ToniRae Evans of Stevens Point, Mia Iwinski of Wisconsin Rapids, and Courtney Milkowski of Stevens Point. In back are Coach Jaimie Brezinski, Cierra Nieman of Wisconsin Rapids, Katie Weishaar of Westfield, Miranda Nieman of Wisconsin Rapids, Anna Zajakowski and Autumn Shurbert-Hetzel of Stevens Point, Aubrey Iwinski of Wisconsin Rapids, Julia Urban of Marshfield, Dorene Sanchez of D.C. Everest, and Rowen Kilwee of Amherst. Not pictured are Kassi Spees of Nekoosa and McKenna Kilata of Wisconsin Rapids. (Photo submitted by Greg Urban)

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STEVENS POINT – Marshfield High School graduate Julia Urban is playing for the Central FC Select U18 women’s soccer club this summer.

Central FC had an 8-1-1 record entering a tournament in Stevens Point last weekend, outscoring opponents 40-7 in those 10 games, with Urban scoring 10 goals and assisting on 12 others.

Recently, the team, based out of Stevens Point, placed second at the Chicago International College Showcase Tournament in Lockport, Ill., going 20-1.

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Marshfield has number of athletes named to all-Wisconsin Valley Conference softball, baseball, girls soccer teams

Posted on 16 June 2016 by paul

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The Wisconsin Valley Conference has announced its spring sports all-conference teams for baseball, softball and girls soccer.

Marshfield had numerous athletes named to the teams.

Marshfield centerfielder Jenna Jakobi was the only freshman named first-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference for the 2016 softball season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield centerfielder Jenna Jakobi was the only freshman named first-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference for the 2016 softball season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield softball has four named to all-WVC softball team
Marshfield freshman outfielder Jenna Jakobi was named to the first team of the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Softball Team, as voted on by the seven conference coaches.

Jakobi hit a team-high .500 (21 of 42) in conference play with one home run and seven RBIs.

Marshfield sophomore pitcher Megan Donahue and senior third baseman Lexi Dupee were second-team picks, and sophomore catcher Emily Draeger was an honorable mention choice.

Donahue led the WVC with seven home runs and 24 RBIs, and was tied for fourth with 18 runs scored as she hit .487 (19 of 44). On the mound, she was 6-5 with a 4.45 earned-run average. She struck out 100 batters in 66 innings of work.

Dupee hit .459 (17 of 43) with four home runs and 11 RBIs. Draeger batted .439 (18 of 41) with 14 runs scored and a conference-best 10 stolen bases for the Tigers, who were 7-5 and finished in fourth place in the Valley standings.

Stevens Point pitcher Aubrey Drohner was named Player of the Year. She was a perfect 12-0 on the mound with a 1.53 ERA and struck out 69 in 64 innings, giving up just 51 hits. She also hit .487 with 23 RBIs and 23 runs scored.

2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Softball Team
First Team (* – unanimous selection)
Infielders:
*Payton Gaber, sr., Stevens Point; Shaylee Kluck, sr., Stevens Point; Maggie Plaza, jr., D.C. Everest; Chelsey LaMonica, jr., Merrill.
Outfielders: *Ally Miklesh, so., Stevens Point; Madison Bogie, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Jenna Jakobi, fr., Marshfield.
Catcher: Jordan Kawlewski, sr., Stevens Point.
Pitchers: *Miranda Gajewski, jr., D.C. Everest; *Aubrey Drohner, jr., Stevens Point.
Utility/designated player: *Emily Travis, sr., Merrill.
Second Team
Infielders:
Lexi Dupee, sr., Marshfield; Leonna Ives, sr., Merrill; Olivia Zipperer, sr., Wausau East; Brittany Flugaur, jr., Stevens Point.
Outfielders: Hannah Worzella, sr., Stevens Point; Lexi Brown, sr., D.C. Everest; Kelsie Belfiori, fr., Merrill.
Catcher: Lauren Brinkman, sr., D.C. Everest.
Pitchers: Megan Donahue, so., Marshfield; Taylor Krueger, so., Merrill.
Utility/designated player: Rachel Plautz, so., D.C. Everest.
Honorable Mention
Infielders:
Chaela West, so., Wisconsin Rapids; Ally Dzurka, sr., D.C. Everest; Maddix Bonnell, so., Merrill; Sami Brown, jr., Wausau West.
Outfielders: Halle Pavelski, so., Stevens Point; Cassandra Casper, sr., Merrill; Brianna Mancl, so., Wisconsin Rapids.
Catchers: Emily Draeger, so., Marshfield; Calli Oberg, so., Merrill; Josie Bartishofski, fr., Wausau East.
Player of the Year: Aubrey Drohner, Stevens Point.
Co-coaches of the Year: Mike Mathies, D.C. Everest, and Tom Drohner, Stevens Point.

Marshfield shortstop Trevor Schwecke was one of two Tigers named first-team on the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Baseball Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield shortstop Trevor Schwecke was one of two Tigers named first-team on the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Baseball Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Schwecke, Maguire named to first team all-WVC baseball
Marshfield senior shortstop Trevor Schwecke and junior outfielder/catcher Paul Maguire were among the 12 players picked for the first team of the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Baseball Team.

Schwecke hit .349 (15 of 43) with 10 RBIs and five stolen bases, and tied for second in the conference with six doubles. Maguire batted .395 (15 of 38) with 11 RBIs.

Marshfield senior first baseman Scott Berg was a second-team selection, while junior outfielder Braden Bohman and junior pitcher Jake Brueggen were honorable mention picks.

Berg led the Tigers, who finished 6-6 in the conference, with a .410 batting average (16 of 39) and was fifth in the conference with 13 runs scored. Bohman hit .326 (14 of 43) with 12 runs scored, and Brueggen was 2-2 on the mound with a 4.03 ERA and hit .286.

Stevens Point’s Matt McHugh and Gus Turner-Zick were named co-Players of the Year.

2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Baseball Team
First Team (* – unanimous selection)
Infielders:
*Trevor Asmundsen, sr., Merrill; *Matt McHugh, sr., Stevens Point; Trevor Schwecke, sr., Marshfield; Zach Pearson, jr., Wausau West; Nate Jackan, so., Wisconsin Rapids.
Outfielders: *Gus Turner-Zick, jr., Stevens Point; Payton Nelson, jr., Wausau West; Nick Schroeder, sr., Stevens Point.
Pitchers: *Joe Strigel, jr., Stevens Point; Logan Langbehn, sr., D.C. Everest.
Catcher: Paul Weise, jr., Wausau West.
Utility: Paul Maguire, jr., Marshfield.
Second Team
Infielders:
Cody Jensen, sr., D.C. Everest; Logan Grunenwald, jr., Wausau West; Bryce Behrens, sr., D.C. Everest; Scott Berg, sr., Marshfield.
Outfielders: Drew Hoff, sr., Merrill; Steven Lewandowski, sr., Wausau West; Sharrod Harper, sr., Wausau East.
Pitchers: Garrett Hohn, sr., Wausau West; Ryan Golisch, jr., Merrill.
Catcher: Logan Langbehn, sr., D.C. Everest.
Utility: Travis Lang, sr., Wausau West.
Honorable Mention
Infielders:
Austin Gilge, so., D.C. Everest; Tre Lemmer, sr., D.C. Everest; Jared Schmeltzer, sr., Merrill; Ted Kearney, sr., Stevens Point; Tanner Case, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Outfielders: Braden Bohman, jr., Marshfield; Ty Belfiori, jr., Merrill; Caleb Krommenakker, so., Wisconsin Rapids.
Pitchers: Derek Reiche, sr., D.C. Everest; Jake Brueggen, jr., Marshfield; Chandler Fochs, so., Wausau West; Grant Hill, so., Wausau West.
Catchers: Mack Journell, sr., Stevens Point; Levy Treinen, sr., Wausau East; Shawn O’Connell, jr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Co-Players of the Year: Gus Turner-Zick, Stevens Point, and Matt McHugh, Stevens Point.

Marshfield junior Maddie Haessly, right, was a second-team pick to the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Soccer Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield junior Maddie Haessly, right, was a second-team pick to the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Soccer Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Three Tigers named to all-WVC girls soccer squad
Marshfield junior Maddie Haessly was a second-team pick, and Emily Critelli and Julia Urban were honorable mention choices to the 2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Soccer Team.

Haessly scored three of the Tigers’ 10 goals in conference play this season as Marshfield finished 1-10-1.

Dorene Sanchez of conference-champion D.C. Everest was picked as Player of the Year.

2016 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Soccer Team
First Team (* – unanimous selection)
Goalkeeper:
Chani Pulchinski, jr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Midfielders: *McKenna Gilmore, jr., D.C. Everest; Bri Widmer, sr., D.C. Everest; Anna Zajakowski, jr., Stevens Point; *Allyson Dehnel, sr., Wausau East; Natalie Lucht, so., Wausau West; Katie Kiiskila, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Defenders: *Dorene Sanchez, jr., D.C. Everest; Libby Schuerman, jr., Wisconsin Rapids; Aubrey Iwinski, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Forward: *Justice Menge, sr., Stevens Point.
Second Team
Goalkeeper:
Gabby Schlegel, jr., Merrill.
Midfielders: Kendra Wolfgram, jr., D.C. Everest; Kelly Bodette, sr., D.C. Everest; Abby Gemza, fr., Stevens Point; Jordyn Seymour, sr., Wausau East.
Defenders: Lauren Rohr, jr., D.C. Everest; Cassy Plachetka, sr., Merrill; Courtney Milkowski, so., Stevens Point; Alexa Sheehan, jr., Wausau West.
Forwards: Maddie Haessly, jr., Marshfield; Kaitlyn Hess, jr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Honorable Mention
Goalkeeper:
Kadie Deaton, fr., Wausau West.
Midfielders: Julia Urban, sr., Marshfield; Emily Page, sr., Merrill; Sami Miles, so., Wausau East; Christina Johnson, sr., Wausau West; Kayla Durr, so., Wausau West.
Defenders: Emily Critelli, jr., Marshfield; Erin Soucek, jr., Stevens Point; Paige Klitzka, sr., Wausau East; Nikki Batterman, sr., Wausau West.
Forwards: Krista Koenig, so., D.C. Everest; Kaylee Heil, sr., D.C. Everest; Mia Iwinski, so., Wisconsin Rapids.

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