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Wausau East makes early goal hold up in win over Marshfield boys soccer

Posted on 31 August 2011 by paul

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WAUSAU – Wausau East scored just 7:16 into the game and made the lead hold up, downing Marshfield 1-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys soccer game Tuesday.

Nick Sorenson scored off an assist from Eric Barrone 7:16 into the game for the only score of the contest.

Wausau East (3-1, 2-0 WVC) is already the last remaining undefeated team in the conference. Marshfield falls to 1-4 and 1-2 in the Valley.

“East controlled the ball on us very well,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said. “They did an outstanding job of using the short passing game to keep us back on our heels.

“We tried to play catch-up with the long ball and it just didn’t work for us.”

Marshfield hosts Merrill at 5 p.m. Thursday at Griese Park.

Lumberjacks 1, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
Wausau East 1 0 – 1
First half:
1. WE, Nick Sorenson (Eric Barrone), 7:16.
Saves: M, Erik Holm 9; WE, Mark Priebe 4.
Records: Marshfield 1-4, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wausau East 3-1, 2-0 WVC.

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Marshfield girls golf team takes fourth at Stevens Point

Posted on 30 August 2011 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Maggie Field shot a 96 to finish eighth and help the Marshfield girls golf team to a fourth-place finish at the third meet of the Clover Valley Golf League season on Tuesday at Stevens Point Country Club.

Field finished 15 shots behind Eau Claire Regis senior Katie Pokrandt, who shot an 81 to win her third straight CVGL meet. Laura Thompson of Stevens Point was second with an 85.

Osseo-Fairchild won the meet with a team score of 379 and maintain its lead in the CVGL team standings with 48 points.

Marshfield had a team total of 423 and remains in third place in the team standings with 32 points.

Maggie Field stands ninth in the individual standings with 12 points. Molly Field, a freshman, shot a 110 on Tuesday and is tied for 14th in the individual standings.

Macy Fitzgerald had a 106 and Savannah Shortess shot a 111 to round out the scoring for Marshfield.

Marshfield continues its conference schedule at Neillsville on Sept. 6.

CVGL Meet No. 3
At Stevens Point Country Club, Aug. 30
Team standings:
1. Osseo-Fairchild 379; 2. Stevens Point 391; 3. Wisconsin Rapids 417; 4. Marshfield 423; 5. Stanley-Boyd 426; 6. Neillsville 469; 7. Eau Claire Regis 607.
Top 10 individuals: 1. Katie Pokrandt (ECR) 81; 2. Lauren Thompson (SP) 85; 3. Willa Hammett-Hayes (SB) 87; 4. Kimmie Kittleson (OF) 88; 5. Ashley Nickel (SP) 90; 6. Kelsey Higley (OF) 91; 7. Amanda Eisenhuth (ECR) 94; 8. Maggie Field (MAR) 96; 9. Shania Vold (OF) and Kennedy McDonald (WR) 98.
CVGL Standings Through Meet No. 3
Team standings:
1. Osseo-Fairchild 48; 2. Stevens Point 42; 3. Marshfield 32; 4. Stanley-Boyd and Wisconsin Rapids 29; 6. Neillsville 18; 7. Eau Claire Regis 12; 8. Augusta 6.
Individual standings: 1. Pokrandt (ECR) 30; 2. Nickel (SP) 24; 3. Kittleson (OF) 23; 4. Thompson (SP) 22; 5. Higley (OF) 16; 6. Vold (OF) 15; 7. Hammett-Hayes (SB) 14; 8. Eisenhuth (ECR) 13; 9. Ma. Field (MAR) 12; 10. Danielle Langner (OF) 10.

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Marshfield third in Division 2, Stratford fifth in Division 5 state football coaches poll

Posted on 30 August 2011 by paul

Running back Riley Gebelein has rushed for more than 100 yards in each of Marshfield's two games this season, helping the Tigers to a No. 3 ranking in the latest State Coaches Poll. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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Marshfield, after impressive wins over former Wisconsin Valley Conference rivals D.C. Everest and Wausau West, are ranked No. 3 in this week’s State Football Coaches Poll, which was released Tuesday.

The Tigers (2-0) pounded D.C. Everest 35-21 and dominated Wausau West in a 42-14 win in their first two games.

Marshfield is ranked third behind two-time defending WIAA Division 2 state champion Waunakee and Monona Grove. Kimberly is fourth and Menomonie is fifth.

Marshfield opens its inaugural season in the Valley Football Association on Friday at Titan Stadium in Oshkosh against Oshkosh North.

In Division 5, Stratford is ranked fifth after a 2-0 start that included Marawood Conference wins over Auburndale and Pittsville.

Stratford plays at Phillips on Friday.

Brillion, also a defending state champion, tops the Division 5 poll, with last year’s state runner-up Colby second, Lancaster third and Cedar Grove-Belgium fourth.

Defending state champions Waukesha West (Division 1), West De Pere (Division 3) and Edgar (Division 6) top their respective polls. Potosi is ranked first in Division 7 and Big Foot is No. 1 in Division 4.

WisSports.Net State Football Coaches Poll, Aug. 30
Division 1

1. Waukesha West (2-0)
2. Kenosha Bradford (2-0)
3. Hartland Arrowhead (1-0)
4. Verona (2-0)
5. Appleton North (2-0)
6. Manitowoc (2-0)
7. Kenosha Tremper (2-0)
8. Menomonee Falls (2-0)
9. Middleton (2-0)
10. Milwaukee Marquette (1-1)
11. Germantown (2-0)
12. Mequon Homestead (1-1)
13. Muskego (2-0)
14. Green Bay Preble (2-0)
15. Hudson (1-1)
Division 2
1. Waunakee (2-0)
2. Monona Grove (2-0)
3. Marshfield (2-0)
4. Kimberly (2-0)
5. Menomonie (2-0)
6. Waterford (2-0)
7. Sussex Hamilton (2-0)
8. Franklin (2-0)
9. Beaver Dam (2-0)
10. Menasha (1-1)
11. DeForest (1-1)
12. Fort Atkinson (2-0)
13. South Milwaukee (2-0)
14. Wilmot (2-0)
15. Ashwaubenon (1-1)
Division 3
1. West De Pere (2-0)
2. Appleton Xavier (2-0)
3. Kewaskum (2-0)
4. New Berlin Eisenhower (2-0)
5. Luxemburg-Casco (2-0)
6. Mosinee (2-0)
7. Jefferson (2-0)
8. Mount Horeb/Barneveld (2-0)
9. Two Rivers (2-0)
10. Waukesha Catholic Memorial (1-1)
11. Milwaukee Lutheran (2-0)
12. Waupaca (1-1)
13. Wisconsin Lutheran (0-2)
14. Medford (2-0)
15. Evansville (2-0)
Division 4
1. Big Foot (2-0)
2. Nekoosa (2-0)
3. Wrightstown (2-0)
4. River Valley (2-0)
5. Somerset (2-0)
6. Platteville (2-0)
7. Omro (2-0)
8. Manitowoc Roncalli (2-0)
9. Valders (2-0)
10. Spooner (2-0)
11. Durand (2-0)
12. Kewaunee (1-1)
13. Lake Mills (2-0)
14. Mayville (2-0)
15. Brodhead/Juda (1-1)
Division 5
1. Brillion (2-0)
2. Colby (2-0)
3. Lancaster (2-0)
4. Cedar Grove-Belgium (2-0)
5. Stratford (2-0)
6. Osseo-Fairchild (2-0)
7. Bonduel (1-1)
8. Necedah (2-0)
9. Westby (2-0)
10. Cuba City (2-0)
11. Greendale Martin Luther (2-0)
12. Cambridge (2-0)
13. Shoreland Lutheran (2-0)
14. Marathon (2-0)
15. Manawa (2-0)
Division 6
1. Edgar (2-0)
2. Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs (2-0)
3. Coleman (2-0)
4. Eau Claire Regis (2-0)
5. Shiocton (2-0)
6. Blair-Taylor (2-0)
7. Flambeau (2-0)
8. Stevens Point Pacelli (1-1)
9. Thorp (2-0)
10. Hurley (2-0)
11. Bangor (1-1)
12. Iowa-Grant (2-0)
13. Algoma (2-0)
14. Lake Country Lutheran (2-0)
15. Whitehall (2-0)
Division 7
1. Potosi (2-0)
2. Seneca (2-0)
3. Wausau Newman Catholic (2-0)
4. De Soto (2-0)
5. Shell Lake (2-0)
6. Greenwood/Granton (2-0)
7. Frederic (2-0)
8. Hillsboro (2-0)
9. Living Word Lutheran (2-0)
10. Athens (2-0)
11. Almond-Bancroft (2-0)
12. Randolph (1-1)
13. Spring Valley (2-0)
14. Highland (2-0)
15. Suring (2-0)

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Marshfield girls swim team wins Hatchet Relays

Posted on 28 August 2011 by paul

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TOMAHAWK – The Marshfield girls swim team got off to a great start to its season on Friday, winning the Hatchet Relays at Tomahawk High School.

Marshfield won five of nine events and totaled 370 points in its second meet of the season. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce was a distant second with 372 points.

Marshfield won the 400 medley relay, 200 butterfly relay, 200 backstroke relay, 400 freestyle relay and 200 breaststroke relay.

Marshfield is off until Sept. 8 when it swims at Stevens Point for a Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet.

Hatchet Relays, Aug. 26
Team standings:
1. Marshfield 370; 2. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 272; 3. Lakeland 264; 4. Tomahawk 194; 5. Merrill 190; 6. Colby/Abbotsford 176.
Event winners and Marshfield results
200 medley relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 2:02.98; 2. Marshfield (Kelsey Kuehnhold, Lindsey DeVault, Megan Marotz, Charlotte Urban) 2:12.49; 7. Marshfield (Camille Kaster, Jillian Behling, Anna Hilbelink, Rena Kalmon) 2:22.88; 12. Marshfield (Neehal Shukla, Katie Treankler, Alexis Bettinger, Sarah Johanick) 2:47.79.
400 medley relay: 1. Marshfield (Emma Holbrook, Walker Guzowski, Paige Hawley, Charlotte Urban) 4:33.64; 5. Marshfield (Laura Josephson, Chelsea Guden, Sarah Claussen, Maggie Huettl) 5:11.48.
850 freestyle relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 10:07.47; 3. Marshfield (Courtney Thumann, Marotz, Kuehnhold, Kalmon) 10:44.18; 7. Marshfield (Logan Frodl, Bettinger, Alexis Hildebrandt, Kaster) 12:27.52; 9. Marshfield (Summersday Knudson, Treankler, Behling, Shukla) 13:22.43.
400 medley relay: 1. Lakeland 4:47.26; 3. Marshfield (DeVault, Josephson, Guzowski, Holbrook) 5:00.37; 6. Marshfield (Bettinger, Hilbelink, Huettl, Johanick) 5:38.71.
200 butterfly relay: 1. Marshfield (Sarah Claussen, Marotz, Josephson, Hawley) 2:02.81; 5. Marshfield (Hildebrandt, Kaster, Urban, Kalmon) 2:42.39.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 1:49.25; 4. Marshfield (DeVault, Guden, Hilbelink, Guzowski) 2:05.26; 11. Marshfield (Shukla, Behling, Treankler, Thumann) 2:24.82; 12. Marshfield (Knudson, Roselle, Frodl, Johanick) 2:33.65.
200 backstroke relay: 1. Marshfield (Holbrook, Kuehnhold, Hawley, Claussen) 2:05.82; 6. Marshfield (Kaster, Kalmon, Urban, Huettl) 2:28.29.
200 breaststroke relay: 1. Marshfield (Josephson, DeVault, Hilbelink, Guzowski) 2:30.49.
400 freestyle relay: 1. Marshfield (Hawley, Holbrook, Kuehnhold, Marotz) 4:06.01; 9. Marshfield (Huettl, Bettinger, Shukla, Hildebrandt) 5:02.79.

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Marshfield volleyball wraps up Sun Prairie Invitational with 6-4 record

Posted on 28 August 2011 by paul

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SUN PRAIRIE – The Marshfield volleyball team went 3-2 on Saturday, the second day of the two-day Sun Prairie Invitational.

The Tigers also went 3-2 on Friday in the tournament.

The Tigers beat Waupun 25-14, 25-11, lost to Luxemburg-Casco 25-22, 19-25, 15-12, and Sun Prairie 19-25, 25-23, 15-10, and defeated Beaver Dam 26-24, 25-22, and Waupun again 25-22, 25-5.

Tiffany Stargardt led the way for the Tigers in kills with 51 and service aces with 10. She also had 55 digs defensively.

Courtney Bauer added 21 kills, Mikala Sebastian had 20 kills, Miranda Forrest had six blocks, Darian Molter led Marshfield with 66 digs and Mary Wolff topped the Tigers in assists with 66.

Marshfield hosts Abbotsford, Weyauwega-Fremont, Superior, Medford and Rhinelander for the Marshfield Invitational next Saturday.

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Marshfield football routs Wausau West in home opener

Posted on 26 August 2011 by paul

Marshfield's Bowdi Krall (53) and Alex Zirbel (91) sack Wausau West quarterback Jordan Huehnerfuss during the first half of the Tigers' 42-14 win on Friday night at Beell Stadium. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – Marshfield scored on five of its six first-half possessions on its way to a 42-14 rout of Wausau West in a nonconference football game Friday night at Beell Stadium.

Elliot Ashbeck tossed four touchdown passes in the first half and Riley Gebelein ran for 147 yards and two scores to lead the Tigers, who improve to 2-0. West falls to 1-1.

Marshfield’s offense was clicking early as it scored on all three of its possessions in the first quarter.

After a 49-yard return of the opening kickoff by Gebelein, the Tigers needed just three plays to go the remaining 48 yards for their first touchdown – a 14-yard run by Gebelein.

After a three-and-out by West, Marshfield went 55 yards in nine plays. Ashbeck completed 3 of 4 passes on the drive, including an 8-yard scoring strike to Austin Littmann, who spun out of a tackle on a bubble screen pass and cruised into the end zone.

Marshfield made it 21-0, taking just four plays to go 57 yards as Ashbeck hit fullback Caleb Cline across the middle on a bootleg and Cline raced down the right sidelines for the score.

“We played, probably, a little bit better than we did last week,” Marshfield coach Denny Goettl said. “We’ve got six or seven receivers and we already moved three of them to defensive back because we have two guys injured. We have some kids that can be perimeter players for us.”

West used an 88-yard kickoff return by Brett Peters to set up a 6-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Huehnerfuss to Josh Knab with 8 seconds left in the quarter.

The Tigers continued to dominate. After a fumble stopped Marshfield’s first drive of the second quarter, Marshfield went 80 yards in five plays to score again. Ashbeck hit Littmann on a post pattern for a 30-yard touchdown to make it 28-7.

Trevor Peterson earned his second sack of Huehnerfuss and this time forced a fumble, which was recovered by Justin Sternweis at the Marshfield 38. Five plays later, Ryan Trierweiler hauled in a screen pass from Ashbeck and ran 27 yards for another score, putting the Tigers up 35-7 at halftime.

“The words we use are compete and commitment and I hope it’s getting through to the kids,” Goettl said. “They’re sticking together and believing in each other. You can’t coach speed. Riley’s a 100-meter sprint guy, so when he gets out in the open, it’s nice to see him run. Austin, you see him catch a hitch and the kid can move and scoot, so we love to throw him some short stuff and letting him just go.”

As explosive as the Tigers’ offense was, racking up 290 yards and five touchdowns in the first half, the defense was equally impressive.

Marshfield held West to 105 yards in the first half, had three sacks and forced a fumble.

Peterson and the Tigers’ defensive line created constant pressure on Huehnerfuss, and held West to 13 yards rushing in the opening two quarters.

“I was coming around on the outside and going full speed, putting the rip move on and they didn’t really have much to stop me,” Peterson said.

The dominance continued in the second half. Brandon Baltus and Zach Schwanz intercepted passes on West’s first two possessions.

After the second pick, Gebelein sliced through the Warriors defense for a 53-yard touchdown run, pushing him over the 100-yard mark for the second straight game.

West running back Kallen Bentz ran 66 yards for a touchdown on the Warriors’ next possession, and that finished the scoring.

Now Marshfield turns to Valley Football Association action, playing against Oshkosh North at Titan Stadium in Oshkosh next Friday. The first game in their new conference brings about some new challenges for the Tigers.

“I’m expecting the same thing as the Valley, some hard teams to play,” Peterson said. “We’re just ready to show them what Marshfield’s all about.”

Tigers 42, Warriors 14
Wausau West 7 0 7 0 – 14
Marshfield 21 14 7 0 – 42

M – Riley Gebelein 23 run (Gus Utech kick), 10:55.
M – Austin Littmann 8 pass from Elliot Ashbeck (Utech kick), 4:22.
M – Caleb Cline 28 pass from Ashbeck (Utech kick), 1:00.
W – Josh Knab 6 pass from Jordan Huehnerfuss (Lucas Bautch kick), 0:08.
M – Littmann 30 pass from Ashbeck (Utech kick), 7:41.
M – Ryan Trierweiler 27 pass from Ashbeck (Utech kick), 1:54.
M – Gebelein 53 run (Utech kick), 2:02.
W – Kallen Bentz 66 run (Bautch kick), 1:06.
First downs:
Wausau West 14; Marshfield 14.
Rushing (att-yards): WW 36-168; M 33-223.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): WW 13-22-136-3; M 13-19-198-0.
Penalties (total-yards): WW 6-45; M 6-60.
Fumbles (total-lost): WW 2-1; M 1-1.
WW, Kallen Bentz 11-89, Dalton Decker 5-42, Austin Kraimer 7-24, Nate Onopa 1-11, Chris Clementi 1-7, Kyle ZImick 1-6, Cole Radloff 1-minus 1, Jordan Huehnerfuss 9-minus 10. M, Riley Gebelein 16-147, Caleb Cline 2-26, Ryan Trierweiler 5-25, Jack Marquardt 6-18, Luke Wirtz 1-3, Elliot Ashbeck 1-0, Bo Howard 2-minus 1.
Passing: WW, Huehnerfuss 12-20-131-2, Clementi 1-2-5-1. M, Ashbeck 11-17-183-0, Howard 2-2-15-0.
Receiving: WW, Tylan Schillinger 4-23, Josh Knab 3-38, Onopa 2-14, Bentz 1-19, Kraimer 1-19, Brett Peters 1-18, Kyle Zimick 1-5. M, Austin Littmann 4-75, Brandon Brown 3-27, Cline 2-37, Trierweiler 1-27, Nate Saverda 1-17, Ben Satter 1-11, Dan Bargender 1-4.
Fumble recoveries (defense): WW, Billy Lammers. M, Justin Sternweis.
Interceptions: WW, none. M, Brandon Baltus, Zach Schwanz, Issac Accola.
Punting: WW, Knab 3-20.0 avg. M, Gus Utecht 3-40.3 avg.
Records: Wausau West 1-1; Marshfield 2-0.

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Marshfield volleyball goes 3-2 in first day of Sun Prairie Invitational

Posted on 26 August 2011 by paul

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SUN PRAIRIE – The Marshfield volleyball team went 3-2 to finish in fourth place in its pool during the first day of the Sun Prairie Invitational on Friday.

Marshfield lost to Manitowoc 25-19, 25-22, defeated Beaver Dam 25-17, 25-18, and La Crosse Logan 25-16, 25-12, fell to Sun Prairie 25-20, 20-25, 15-13, and routed Neenah 25-15, 25-9, to finish 3-2.

Tiffany Stargardt had 43 kills, Mikala Sebastian added 29 and Courtney Bauer had 17 kills and 14 block kills for the Tigers. Mary Wolff led Marshfield with 42 assists, Miranda Forrest had 19 block kills and Darian Molter led the Tigers’ defense with 70 digs in their five matches.

The tournament continues Saturday at 9 a.m.

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Marshfield freshman, sophomore football teams roll to victories

Posted on 25 August 2011 by paul

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The Marshfield freshman and sophomore football teams both posted wins on Thursday.

The Tigers freshmen beat Stevens Point P.J. Jacobs 27-0, while the Marshfield sophomores knocked off Wausau West 28-16.

For the Marshfield freshmen, Caleb Alexander rushed nine times for 157 yards, scoring touchdowns on runs of 47, 31 and 57 yards. Derek Coffren was 7 of 9 passing for 95 yards.

Mitch Zillman had three interceptions, forced a fumble and was the Tigers’ leading tackler. Devan Wrege, Mason Tysver and Adrian Garcia each added an interception.

The Marshfield sophomore team improved to 2-0 behind touchdown runs of 34, 13 and 41 yards by Keiron Howlett. Jeff Allison also hauled in a 23-yard touchdown pass from Colton Zahradka and Brad Krueger added four extra points for the Tigers.
Mitch Ott and Zach Meissner each had 13 tackles, Craig Serchen had three quarterback sacks and Jordan Watkins recovered a fumble for Marshfield.

The sophomore team will play Oshkosh North at Beell Stadium on Sept. 1 at 5:30 p.m. The freshman team hosts Wausau West at Marshfield High School at 4:30 p.m.

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Marshfield boys soccer team beats Wausau West for first win of season

Posted on 25 August 2011 by paul

Marshfield's Alex Kelnhofer riffles in a goal early in the second half of the Tigers' 3-1 win over Wausau West on Thursday at Griese Park. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys soccer team did not score a goal in its first three games of the season, but it ended that scoreless streak quickly on Thursday.

Eli Oba scored just 5:25 into the game and the goal propelled the Tigers to a 3-1 win over previously unbeaten Wausau West in a Wisconsin Valley Conference tilt at Griese Park.

Oba scored off an assist from Austin Gilbert, and 13 minutes later Gilbert scored on an assist by Matt McCann to push the Tigers to a 2-0 lead.

Alex Kelnhofer put Marshfield up 3-0 with a goal off a deflection in front of the net at the 5:35 mark of the second half.

West, playing its Wisconsin Valley Conference opener, scored at the 54:53 on a goal by Dustin Buchberger, but Marshfield allowed minimal scoring opportunities for the Warriors the rest of the way and closed out the victory to improve to 1-3 and 1-1 in the WVC.

“I made a point at practice (Wednesday) to tell them, ‘If you don’t think you’re going to score, you’re not going to score; if you don’t think you’re going to win, you’re not going to win,’” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said. “We needed to go out there with a positive attitude. The mental aspect is just as important as the physical aspect. You have to have confidence. As coaches, we do, so you need to as well.”

Todryk said he was pleased with both aspects of the game, and how much the Tigers have improved over the course of the first two weeks of the season.

“We made some wonderful passes – six, seven, eight passes getting the ball down the field,” Todryk said. “Chemistry on the team is definitely building. They are getting better game by game. As a coach, when you see that happening, you know things are going to happen in the right way.”

Defensively, Todryk pointed specifically to the play of Bobby Leggon and Nick Guzowski, who held reigning WVC player of the year Elliot Markqardt without a goal.

“They did a great job of shutting him down, keeping their marks on him,” Todryk said. “He got some shots but we were able to hold him down. They did a great job, along with the rest of the defensive players back there today.”

Marshfield plays at Wausau East on Tuesday and hosts Merrill on Sept. 1 as it continues its Wisconsin Valley Conference season.

Tigers 3, Warriors 1
Wausau West 0 1 – 1
Marshfield 2 1 – 3
First half:
1. M, Eli Oba (Austin Gilbert assist), 5:25; 2. M, Gilbert (Matt McCann) 18:37.
Second half: 3. M, Alex Kelnhofer (unassisted), 45:35: 4. WW, Dustin Buchberger (Pao Her), 54:53.
Saves: M, Erik Holm 6; WW, Ben Lahren 5.
Records: Wausau West 4-1, 0-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 1-3, 1-1 WVC.

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Marshfield girls tennis team 2-1 at home invitational

Posted on 24 August 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls tennis team went 2-1 at its home invitational on Wednesday at Boson Courts.

The Tigers lost to Wisconsin Rapids 5-2 and defeated D.C. Everest 4-3 and Menomonie 6-1.

Marshfield’s No. 1 doubles team of Cammie Warner and Victoria Jensen were a perfect 3-0. Megan Hayes (No. 1 singles), Emily Pingel (No. 3 singles) and the No. 2 doubles team of Erin Ott and Brittany Seidel each went 2-1 for the Tigers. The No. 3 doubles team of Justin Bushee and Kendall Stauber, Susan Luo at No. 2 singles and Bridgett Welter at No. 4 doubles each went 1-2.

“Megan Hayes displayed very fine tennis skills, but missed many winning shots by inches,” Marshfield coach Todd Lieberman said. “Good things lie ahead for Megan this year. Susan Luo participated in perhaps the most exciting match of the day, losing a two-set tiebreaker by two points in her best performance of the year.

“The duo of Cammy Warner and Victoria Jensen absolutely dominated play on Wednesday,” Lieberman added. “From the first point of the first set until closing the match out, it was apparent the duo of was not to be outdone.”

Marshfield is back in action Friday and Saturday at the Eau Claire Memorial Invitational.

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