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Marshfield boys track qualifies for WIAA state meet in nine events, girls in two

Posted on 27 May 2011 by paul

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WAUSAU – All of the Marshfield boys track and field athletes that qualified for Thursday’s WIAA Division 1 Sectional at Wausau East did one better, qualifying for next week’s state meet.

Jeremy Robinson won the 200 meters (22.23 seconds) and the triple jump (46 feet, 3 inches) and will lead a strong Marshfield contingent into the WIAA State Track and Field Championships next Friday and Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

Five Marshfield boys will represent the team in nine events at the state meet.

Robinson also anchored the sectional champion 400 relay team that includes Logan Schmitz, Riley Gebelein and Keron Howlett. The relay won in 43.37 seconds.

The same four combined to take second in the 800 relay in 1:29.39, just 0.13 seconds behind Hudson.

The top three finishers in each event automatically qualify for the state meet.

Gebelein and Howlett, along with Dan Kniech, also qualified in individual events for the Tigers.

Howlett won the long jump (22-2) and took third in the 110 hurdles (15.22); Gebelein won the 100 (11.24) by just 1/100 of a second over Corey Griffin of D.C. Everest; and Kniech was the sectional champion in the 110 hurdles (14.86) and took third in the 300 hurdles (40.33).

One individual and one relay team for Marshfield qualified for state.

Gabriella Myrie finished third in the 100 (12.71) and the 800 relay team of Alexa Fritsch, Myrie, Nikki Youngblood and Bisola Omoba took second in 1:46.93.

The other Marshfield girls competing at the sectional meet were not as fortunate.

Amanda Cousins finished eighth in the 400, Rebecca Voss was seventh in the 3,200, the 400 relay team of Fritsch, Youngblood, Myrie and Omoba was sixth, the 1,600 relay team of Fritsch, Cousins, Omoba and Youngblood was eighth and Yasmeena Ougayour finished sixth in the discus.

Hudson won the girls sectional team title, while D.C. Everest edged Hudson by ½ point to win the boys championship.

WIAA Division 1 Track Sectional
May 26 at Wausau East
Team standings:
1. D.C. Everest 106.5; 2. Hudson 106; 3. Marshfield 80; 4. Wausau West 63; 5. Lakeland 62; 6. Merrill 53; 7. New Richmond 52.5; 8. Chippewa Falls 30; 9. Menomonie 23.5; 10. Superior 23; 11. Antigo 19.5; 12. Eau Claire Memorial 19; 13. Wausau East 18; 14. Rhinelander and River Falls 14; 16. Eau Claire North 11.
State qualifiers and Marshfield results
100: 1. Riley Gebelein (MAR) 11.24; 2. Corey Griffin (DC) 11.25; 3. Tyler Smrcina (H) 11.29.
200: 1. Jeremy Robinson (MAR) 22.23; 2. Ty Fischer (WW) 22.45; 3. Sam McKay (R) 22.61.
400: 1. Marquis Johnson (L) 50.18; 2. McKay (R) 50.62; 3. Elijah Kelley (NR) 50.78.
800: 1. Luke Lang (L) 2:01.67; 2. Jack Micholic (DC) 2:01.86; 3. Paul Dau (DC) 2:02.40.
1,600: 1. Shane Holmes (S) 4:32.50; 2. Mike Bushar (DC) 4:33.85; 3. Taylor Johnson (H) 4:34.39.
3,200: 1. Jacob Dirkman (DC) 9:32.78; 2. Johnson (H) 9:33.37; 3. Matthew Rudquist (H) 9:33.89.
110 hurdles: 1. Dan Kniech (MAR) 14.86; 2. Colin Jacott (MEN) 15.03; 3. Keron Howlett (MAR) 15.22.
300 hurdles: 1. Josh Brezezinski (DC) 40.18; 2. Austin Birch (CF) 40.28; 3. Kniech (MAR) 40.33.
400 relay: 1. Marshfield (Logan Schmitz, Gebelein, Howlett, Robinson) 43.37; 2. Hudson 43.58; 3. D.C. Everest 43.83.
800 relay: 1. Hudson 1:29.26; 2. Marshfield (Schmitz, Gebelein, Howlett, Robinson) 1:29.39; 3. Wausau West 1:30.45.
1,600 relay: 1. Lakeland 3:25.08; 2. Wausau West 3:25.55; 3. Merrill 3:26.19.
3,200 relay; 1. Lakeland 8:04.80; 2. D.C. Everest 8:05.95; 3. Wausau East 8:15.04.
High jump: 1. Bryon Andrews (L) 6-2; 2. Nicholas Lubinski (H) 6-0; 3. Cody Taubman (NR) 6-0.
Pole vault: 1. Michael Congdon (H) 14-6; 2. Gabriel Dwyer (H) 13-0; 3. Alex Parsons (DC) 13-0.
Long jump: 1. Howlett (MAR) 22-2; 2. Fischer (WW) 22-0; 3. Johnson (L) 21-9.5.
Triple jump: 1. Robinson (MAR) 46-3; 2. Lubinski (H) 45-1.25; 3. Evan Humphreys (ECM) 42-4.75.
Shot put: 1. Sam Arneson (MER) 54-7.75; 2. Nick Grosskopf (DC) 54-4.25; 3. Nick Leskey (MER) 51-7.5.
Discus: 1. Arneson (MER) 178-4; 2. Evan Knutson (WW) 158-4; 3. Brent Stout (MEN) 143-0.
Team standings:
1. Hudson 105.5; 2. D.C. Everest 83.5; 3. Wausau West 76; 4. Wausau East 57; 5. Eau Claire Memorial 56; 6. Menomonie 53; 7. New Richmond 52; 8. Merrill 40; 9. Eau Claire North 36; 10. Lakeland 34; 11. Marshfield 24; 12. Antigo 21.5; 13. River Falls 19.5; 14. Superior 19; 15. Chippewa Falls 17; 16. Rhinelander 5.
State qualifiers and Marshfield results
100: 1. Kat Keller (NR) 12.21; 2. Meagan Ward (ECN) 12.70; 3. Gabriella Myrie (MAR) 12.71.
200: 1. Keller (NR) 24.99; 2. Angela Tipp (H) 25.61; 3. Erika Tipp (H 26.13.
400: 1. Vanessa Boorse (WE) 58.84; 2. Raya Kosey (S) 1:00.07; 3. Meagan Ward (ECN) 1:00.47; 8. Amanda Cousins (MAR) 1:05.11.
800: 1. Boorse (WE) 2:18.54; 2. Nicole Schmidt (MEN) 2:19.78; 3. Delany FitzPatrick (L) 2:21.11.
1,600: 1. Katie Wetzstein (H) 5:08.44; 2. FitzPatrick (L) 5:09.83; 3. Ashley Eckhoff (WE) 5:19.29.
3,200: 1. Sarah Poirier (WW) 11:17.13; 2. Wetzstein (H) 11:21.59; 3. Eckhoff (WE) 11:27.23; 7. Rebecca Voss (MAR) 11:43.28.
100 hurdles: 1. Sara Schleif (MER) 15.91; 2. Nicole Nohelty (ECM) 16.25; 3. Rachel Stark (MEN) 16.62.
300 hurdles: 1. Hailey Deschaine (WW) 44.69; 2. Marissa Schaber (DC) 46.75; 3. Johanna Fischer (WW) 47.54.
400 relay: 1. Hudson 49.49; 2. Eau Claire Memorial 50.94; 3. Merrill 51.10; 6. Marshfield (Alexa Fritsch, Myrie, Nikki Youngblood, Bisola Omoba) 51.76.
800 relay: 1. Hudson 1:43.38; 2. Marshfield (Fritsch, Myrie, Youngblood, Omoba) 1:46.93; 3. D.C. Everest 1:47.33.
1,600 relay: 1. New Richmond 4:06.23; 2. Wausau West 4:08.56; 3. D.C. Everest 4:09.00; 8. Marshfield (Fritsch, Cousins, Omoba, Youngblood) 4:28.53.
3,200 relay: 1. Wausau East 9:41.01; 2. Wausau West 9:43.56; 3. Eau Claire Memorial 9:47.88.
Long jump: 1. Meagan Ward (ECN) 5-2; 2. Renee Sladek (MER) 5-1; 3. Brianna Ziolkowski (DC) 5-0.
Pole vault: 1. Casey Fall (H) 10-9; 2. Grady Keding (DC) 10-0; 3. Lizzie Peterson (ECN) 9-3.
Long jump: 1. Abby Scharbarth (L) 16-7.5; 2. Taylor Kollross (ECM) 16-3.25; 3. Raya Kosey (S) 15-10.25.
Triple jump: 1. Stefani Friedenfels (MEN) 35-3.75; 2. Schaber (DC) 35-1.75; 3. Kollross (ECM) 34-5.75.
Shot put: 1. Paige Day (DC) 41-7.25; 2. Jamie Lindstrom (H) 41-2.75; 3. Taylor Steffen (H) 37-1.
Discus: 1. Day (DC) 122-8; 2. Lindstrom (H) 117-8; 3. Sladek (MER) 115-6; 6. Yasmeena Ougayour (MAR) 101-10.

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Marshfield softball team comes up short against Wausau West

Posted on 26 May 2011 by paul

This story is sponsored by Dental Clinic of Marshfield

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield softball team wrapped up its regular season with a narrow 3-1 loss to Wausau West on Thursday at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

The Tigers finish their season winless in the Wisconsin Valley Conference at 0-12 and are 3-15 overall. West improves to 9-9 and finishes the WVC schedule at 4-8.

West led 3-0 heading into the seventh inning when the Tigers finally got to Warriors pitcher Sammy Laatsch.

Sara Sturomski singled with one out, moved to third on an error and scored on a single by Katie Treankler. However, Laatsch got the final two outs of the game on a fly ball and a groundout to end the rally.

Rhiannon Baierl struck out six and did not walk a batter in the loss for Marshfield.

“Rhiannon did a better job of getting ahead in the count and kept the ball down,” Marshfield coach Mike Voss said. “West came up with some big hits when they needed it.”

West had seven of its nine hits in the second and third innings, when it scored its three runs.

Marshfield will play a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal at Merrill on Tuesday. The Tigers lost to Merrill three times this season.

“We are playing a team we are very familiar with,” Voss said. “The two conference games came down to the same things most of our games have. They had one or two big hits and had some big innings, and we weren’t able to do that.”

Warriors 3, Tigers 1
Wausau West 012 000 0 – 3 9 3
Marshfield 000 000 1 – 1 4 2

WP: Sammy Laatsch. LP: Rhiannon Baierl.
SO: Laatsch 4; Baierl 6. BB: Laatsch 0; Baierl 0.
Records: Wausau West 9-9, 4-8 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 3-15, 0-12 WVC.

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Marshfield doubles team comes in second at WIAA boys tennis sectional

Posted on 26 May 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield’s No. 3 doubles team of Jack Haessly and John Weiss finished second at the WIAA Division 1 Boys Tennis Sectional on Thursday at Boson Courts at Marshfield High School.

Haessly and Weiss won their first match before losing to T.J. Jungbluth and Alex Rentzepis of Eau Claire Memorial in the No. 3 doubles final. Match scores were not provided.

Marshfield finishes with eight points in the sectional competition, which was won by Memorial. Memorial moves on to the WIAA State Team Boys Tennis Tournament in Madison on June 10-11.

The top two No. 1 singles players and doubles teams, and the top No. 2 singles players and doubles teams from the sectional move on to the WIAA State Individual Boys Tennis Tournament in Madison on June 2-4.

Eau Claire Memorial won all seven flights at the sectional.

WIAA Division 1 Boys Tennis Sectional
At Marshfield, May 26
Team results:
Eau Claire Memorial 54; Hudson 29; Wausau East and Chippewa Falls 23; Stevens Point 17; Wisconsin Rapids 16; New Richmond 14; Menomonie 8; Marshfield 8; Wausau West and River Falls 6; Eau Claire North 4; D.C. Everest and Superior 2; Osceola-Somerset 0.
Championship matches
1. Christian Phelps (ECM) def. Evan Verploegh (WE); 2. Drew Schaefer (ECM) def. Jeff Dahl (HUD); 3. Matt Lindsay (ECM) def. Jasper Arneberg (CF); 4. Robert Schaffer (ECM) def. Jon Paquette (HUD).
Doubles: 1. Michael Roden-Matt Reagan (ECM) def. Justice Harvieux-Jorden Aufderhar (NR); 2. Matt Delmastro-Peter Rentzepis (ECM) def. Matt Dorshorst-Nhia Thor (WR); 3. T.J. Jungbluth-Alex Rentzepis (ECM) def. John Weiss-Jack Haessly (MAR).

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Marshfield Chaparrals win season opener

Posted on 26 May 2011 by paul

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WESTON – John Safford was 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs to lead the Marshfield Chaparrals baseball team to a 5-3 win over the Everest Merchants in their season opener Wednesday night.

Marshfield opened up a 5-2 lead with a pair of runs in the top of the sixth. Everest scored once in the bottom of the sixth before Jordan Southworth, Lucious Messerschmidt and Howie Heinrich each tossed a shutout inning to close out the victory.

Cain Trunkel earned the win for the Chaps, striking out two and walking five in five innings.

Chaparrals 5, Merchants 3
Marshfield 012 002 000 – 5 5 4
Everest 100 011 000 – 3 7 0

WP: Cain Trunkel. LP: Dan Genrich. SV: Howie Heinrich.
SO: Trunkel 2, Jordan Southworth 0, Lucious Messerschmidt 1, Heinrich 1; Genrich 7, Josh Hoekstra 2. BB: Trunkel 5, Southworth 1, Messerschmidt 0, Heinrich 0; Genrich 8, Hoekstra 1.
Top hitters: M, John Safford 2×3, 2 2Bs, 2 RBIs. DC, Genrich 2B; Ryan Hubacek 2 runs.
Records: Marshfield 0-1; Everest 0-1.

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Wisconsin Rapids wraps up Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer title with 2-0 win over Marshfield

Posted on 26 May 2011 by paul

Marshfield's Leah Cherney, left, battles Wisconsin Rapids' MacKenzie Lysne during Thursday's Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer game at Griese Park in Marshfield. Rapids won 2-0. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – Two days after a monumental win over Stevens Point Area Senior High, the Marshfield girls soccer team couldn’t sustain its high level of play and dropped a 2-0 decision to Wisconsin Rapids in both teams’ Wisconsin Valley Conference finale Thursday at Figi’s Field at Griese Park.

With the victory, Rapids clinches sole possession of the WVC championship with a 10-1-1 record (12-5-2 overall). Marshfield, which was winless last year in the Valley, wraps up its regular season with an 11-7 record and a 7-5 mark in the conference.

Marshfield beat Stevens Point 7-4 on Tuesday, a rare win for the Tigers against their conference rival. Tigers coach Steve Lindner said maintaining that level of play against another top WVC team was tough for his team.

“It was such an emotional game Tuesday and that worked to our disadvantage today,” Lindner said. “We played so well, and it’s really hard to play two quality teams in a row. We needed to play a good game to get over the hump, and we did. Tonight, Rapids is a good team. We played a good game and it was just tough.”

Marshfield also had to deal with an injury to leading scorer Darian Molter, who scored four goals in the win against SPASH. Molter was sidelined in the first half with back spasms, Lindner said.

“There’s not a team that can control her,” Lindner said of Molter. “Allison Gruen couldn’t get anything going either. Overall, they’ve had fantastic seasons.”

Rapids scored early when Morgan Elzinga netted a goal just 5:58 into the game.

At the 31:25 mark, Dana Krug scored to put the Raiders up 2-0 and that was all they would need.

Marshfield had just four shots and two on goal. Rapids goalie Liz Schulze saved both shots, which came in the second half.

The Tigers earned a No. 2 seed in the WIAA Division 1 playoffs. Marshfield will host Antigo in a regional semifinal on June 2 at 5 p.m. at Griese Park. If the Tigers win, they will host a regional final on June 4.

“That win (over SPASH) is going to be huge and it gives the girls so much confidence that they can play with anyone,” Lindner said. “Tonight, we didn’t play as well as we would have liked. Tuesday, we played a great game and that gives the girls so much confidence and momentum.”

Raiders 2, Tigers 0
Wisconsin Rapids 2 0 – 2
Marshfield 0 0 – 0

First half: 1. WR, Morgan Elzinga (unassisted), 5:58; 2. WR, Dana Krug (ua), 31:25.
Second half: No scoring.
Shots: Wisconsin Rapids 11, Marshfield 4.
Saves: Liz Schulze (WR) 2; Naomi Crump (M) 3; Kassi Todryk (M) 2.
Corner kicks: Wisconsin Rapids 5; Marshfield 4.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 12-5-2, 10-1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 11-7, 7-5 WVC.

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Marshfield baseball, softball, girls soccer teams learn postseason seedings

Posted on 26 May 2011 by paul

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The Marshfield softball, baseball and girls soccer teams have learned its seeding for the upcoming WIAA playoffs.

The Marshfield softball team (3-14) is the No. 7 seed in its regional and will play at Division 1 regional semifinal at Merrill (13-6) on Tuesday, May 31. The game, at Ottis Park, will start at 5 p.m.

The Tigers finish their regular season Thursday at home against Wausau West, while Merrill plays at D.C. Everest.

The winner of the Marshfield-Merrill game moves into a regional final on June 2 against the winner of the No. 3 Antigo-No. 6 Wausau East game. The highest seed will host the game.

The Marshfield baseball team (14-4), which wraps up its regular season Thursday at Wausau West, earned a No. 4 seed and a first-round bye in the playoffs.

The Tigers will host the winner of the River Falls-Menomonie game in a Division 1 regional final Friday, June 3, at Jack Hackman Field. First pitch is slated for 4:30 p.m.

The winner of the regional final moves into the sectional tournament, which will be held at Witter Field in Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday, June 7. The semifinals are scheduled for 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., with the sectional final at 5 p.m.

The Marshfield girls soccer team (11-7) is a No. 2 seed and will host No. 7 Antigo in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal on June 2. The game begins at 5 p.m. at Griese Park.

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Darian Molter nets four goals in Marshfield girls soccer team’s win over Stevens Point

Posted on 24 May 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield freshman Darian Molter scored four goals and Allison Gruen added a pair to led the Tigers girls soccer team to a dominating 7-4 win over Stevens Point Area Senior High on Tuesday at Griese Park.

The Tigers improve to 11-6 and 7-4 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference, with their regular-season finale scheduled for Thursday at home against Wisconsin Rapids. SPASH wraps up its WVC season with an 8-3-1 record.

Molter scored off an assist from Emily Wolfe just 11:38 into the game and Guren added another score 3:09 later on a corner kick from Alyssa Brenner to give the Tigers a 2-0 lead.

“Marshfield came out and played with a high amount of energy and intensity as the Tigers controlled the opening 10 minutes,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We have stressed all season how important the corners are and wanted to limit the opponent’s corners and get more corners as a team. We have succeeded on that goal and it has paid greatly for us.”

Stevens Point responded with a goal by Laura Yonke before Molter assisted on Gruen’s second goal at the 24:40 mark to make it 3-1.

SPASH cut the Tigers’ lead to 3-2 when Jen Hoerter scored with 9:13 left in the first half.

Molter scored three goals in a four-minute span from the 47:18 to 51:30 mark to push the Tigers to a commanding 6-2 lead.

Hoerter scored twice in a seven-minute span to get the Panthers within two before Walker Guzowski added the Tigers’ final goal from about 25 yards out to provide the final margin.

“This was a huge win for the Tigers, who defeated SPASH for the first time in the five years I have been associated with the girls program and I am sure there are not too many wins over the Panthers in the history of Tigers’ girls soccer,” Lindner said. “We had some high expectations and knew this would be a much-improved season, but to put our stamp of success on the season we needed to beat one of the heavyweights and with the victory, the Tigers have assured themselves of a winning record in the Valley.”

Tigers 7, Panthers 4
Stevens Point 2 2 – 4
Marshfield 3 4 – 7
First half:
1. M, Darian Molter (Emily Wolfe), 11:38; 2. M, Allison Gruen (Alyssa Brenner corner kick), 14:47; 3. SP, Lauren Yonke (Jen Hoerter), 16:10; 4. M, Gruen (Molter), 24:40; 5. SP, Hoerter (unassisted), 30:47.
Second half: 6. MAR, Molter (ua), 47:18; 7. MAR, Molter (Walker Guzowski), 49:37; 8. MAR, Molter (ua), 51:30; 9. SP, Hoerter, 57:19; 10. SP, Hoerter, 64:57; 12. MAR, Guzowski (Emily Haws), 69:01.
Shots: Marshfield 19, Stevens Point 13.
Saves: SP, Abby Crotteau 1; MAR, Naomi Crump 7.
Corner kicks: SP 4; M 7.
Records: Stevens Point 13-3-1, 8-3-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 11-6, 7-4 WVC.

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Weiss-Haessly doubles team advances out of WIAA Division 1 subsectional for Marshfield boys tennis team

Posted on 24 May 2011 by paul

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WAUSAU – Marshfield’s No. 3 doubles team of John Weiss and Jack Haessly won the WIAA Division 1 subsectional title Tuesday at Wausau East High School.

The pair were the only Tigers to advance to Wednesday’s Division 1 sectional, to be held at the Boson Courts in Marshfield.

Weiss and Haessly advanced to the finals to improve to 10-4 on the season and were one of two No. 3 doubles teams to advance.

No match scores were provided on the WIAA website.

The rest of the Marshfield team was eliminated from postseason competition.

Weiss and Haessly will be competing strictly for team points at the sectionals as only players in the top two flights in singles and doubles qualify for the WIAA State Boys Tennis Tournament, which will be held June 2-4 in Madison. The top team advances to the WIAA State Boys Team Tennis Tournament in Madison on June 10-11.

WIAA Division 1 Subsectional
May 24 at Wausau East
Team scores: Wausau East 18, Chippewa Falls 18, Wisconsin Rapids 14, Stevens Point 12, Marshfield 6, Wausau West 6, D.C. Everest 2, Rhinelander 0.
Sectional qualifiers
1. Evan Verploegh (WE), Jared Henke (WR), Ben Lahren (WW), Bradley Luetschwager (SP); 2. Dalton Hess (WR), Conrad Felten (WE); 3. Jasper Arneberg (CF), Ben Rodenkirch (SP); 4. Ben Kuehn (WE), Teagen Warrick (CF).
Doubles: 1. Sam Gritzmacher-Mike Macalalad (WE), Nick Mertes-Stevie Schmidt (WR), Nick Snoeyenbos-Matt Nichols (WW), Tyler Hansen-Aaron Koerten (SP); 2. Matt Dorshorst-Nhia Thor (WR), Seth Eckwright-Austin Thielen (CF); 3. John Weiss-Jack Haessly (MAR), Tyler Kern-David Arneberg (CF).

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Marshfield baseball beats Stevens Point, but bows out of WVC race

Posted on 24 May 2011 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – The Marshfield baseball team’s recent offensive outburst continued Tuesday as it beat Stevens Point 9-7 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game at Bukolt Park.

The Tigers improve to 14-4 and 8-3 in the Wisconsin Valley and secures second place in the conference. Stevens Point wraps up its WVC season at 17-5 and 7-5 in conference play.

Tuesday’s game was the third time in the last week the Tigers have scored at least nine runs in a game.

Wausau West’s 12-1 win over D.C. Everest on Tuesday clinched the Wisconsin Valley Conference title for the Warriors (15-4, 10-1 WVC). Marshfield plays at West in its regular-season finale on Thursday.

No statistics were provided to

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Marshfield’s Michael Josephson qualifies for sectionals at WIAA Division 1 Merrill boys golf regional

Posted on 24 May 2011 by paul

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MERRILL – Marshfield’s Michael Josephson shot a 79 to finish fifth and grab a sectional qualifying spot at the WIAA Division 1 boys golf regional Tuesday at Merrill Country Club.

Josephson shot a 41 on the front 9 and a one-over par 38 on the back to earn a spot in next Tuesday’s sectional at Greenwood Hills Country Club in Wausau.

Marshfield finished sixth as a team with a score of 343, 11 shots behind fourth-place Wausau West for the final team qualifying spot. D.C. Everest wno the meet with a 324, followed by Wausau East with a 326 and Antigo with a 329.

Other individual qualifiers were all from Rhinelander – Josh Willis (80), Bobby Montgomery (83) and A.J. Burrill (82).

Marshfield freshman Josh Berres missed qualifying for sectionals by one shot, shooting an 84. Other Tigers competing were Craig Serchen, who shot an 84 and Brandon Brown, who had a 92.

Joe Fronek of Antigo was the meet medalist, shooting a 72.

WIAA Division 1 Boys Golf Regional
May 24 at Merrill Country Club

Team Scores: 1. D.C Everest 324; 2. Wausau East 326; 3. Antigo 329; 4. Wausau West 332; 5. Rhinelander 334; 6. Marshfield 343; 7. Merrill 354; 8. Lakeland 395. (Top four teams qualify for sectional)
Top individuals (*individual sectional qualifiers): 1. Joe Fronek (ANT) 72; 2. Alex Schremp (WE) 75; 3. Matthew Sandquist (WW) 76; 4. Larry Wetzel (DC) 77; *5. Michael Josephson (MAR) 79; 6. Mike Shinners (AN) and *Josh Willis (R) 80; 8. Mitch Kieffer (DC) 81; 9. *A.J. Berrell (R), Blaine Gould (WW), Daniel Spear (WE) 82; 12. *Bobby Montgomery (R), Aaron Chack (DC), Jacob Daigle (DC), Ryan Gajewski (WE) 83.

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