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Marshfield softball drops regular-season finale to Mosinee

Posted on 22 May 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield softball team dropped its third game of the week, falling to Mosinee 6-4 in a nonconference game at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Marshfield finishes its regular-season schedule with a 9-14 record. The Tigers will play in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal at Eau Claire North on May 27.

Marshfield’s Megan Donahue belted a two-run home run in the bottom of the first to give the Tigers a 2-1 lead before Mosinee pulled away.

The Indians (21-4) scored once in the fourth, three times in the fifth, and once more in the sixth to take a 6-2 lead.

Marshfield scored twice in the sixth on a two-run single by Alyssa Ede, but couldn’t get any closer.

Donahue had eight strikeouts, four walks and allowed 11 hits to suffer the loss for Marshfield.

Indians 6, Tigers 4
Mosinee 100 131 0 – 6 11 1
Marshfield 200 002 0 – 4 9 2
WP:
Rochelle Koshalek. LP: Megan Donahue.
SO: Koshalek (5 inn.) 4, Sydney Gamble (2 inn.) 1; Donahue 8. BB: Koshalek 3, Gamble 0; Donahue 4.
Top hitters: MOS, Bailey Schultz 4×4, 2B, 3 runs; Koshalek 3×4, 3 RBIs; Maloree Beste 2 RBIs. MAR, Emily Draeger 3×4, 2 2Bs; Donahue 2×4, HR, 2 RBIs; Kayla Kluge 2×3; Alyssa Ede 2 RBIs.
Records: Mosinee 21-4; Marshfield 9-14.

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Scheuer excited for opportunity to lead Marshfield boys basketball program

Posted on 22 May 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – When the basketball season ended for the Marshfield boys team with a sectional semifinal loss to Superior in March, Scott Scheuer said he had no desire to replace the retiring Bill Zuiker as the program’s head coach.

Scheuer, who served three years as an assistant under Zuiker and helped lead the Tigers to a 40-35 overall record and two sectional appearances, was already committed to his many roles.

On top of his job as a physical education and adaptive physical education instructor, Scheuer serves as the high school athletics program strength and conditioning coordinator, and as an assistant coach for the football and boys basketball teams. To take on the head job might be a little too much.

Or not.

After talking with his family and colleagues, Scheuer decided to throw his hat in the ring for the job and earlier this week he was officially named as the Marshfield boys basketball program’s next head coach.

“I have a daughter that is going to be a freshman and a son that will be in fifth grade next year, and talking with them and my wife (Michelle), they were saying, ‘Don’t not do this because you think you need to be here with us,’” Scheuer said. “The support of my family was the major obstacle.

“Bill asked me several times during the playoffs if I would be interested and I kept saying no. I sepnd so much time in the weight room with the kids during the summer, then football starts, then basketball…but he said it really isn’t that much more time than you are already spending here as an assistant.”

Scheuer contemplated it for a few weeks before deciding he should go for it.

“I was talking with my brother and he said, ‘Life is really about one thing…timing. Will you ever have this chance again?’ That’s really it.”

Scheuer, 48, graduated from Marshfield High School in 1984 and after continuing his basketball career at the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield, he finished his undergraduate work at UW-La Crosse.

He worked in the Manitowoc School District and used his summers working at Bo Ryan’s basketball camps at UW-Platteville. He served as the head girls basketball coach at the University School of Milwaukee before returning to Marshfield to take a teaching job in 1998.

Scheuer served as an assistant under former coach Gordie Sisson for a few years and returned the bench in 2012 when Zuiker took over as head coach for Craig Michaelis.

“Bill gave me so much freedom and was always asking me my opinion,” Scheuer said. “He wasn’t all about just doing it his way and I appreciated that. He is so great at breaking down film, but when we did, we did it separately and talked about it later. I think he wanted me to learn on my own.”

Scheuer hopes to put his own stamp on the Tigers’ program and continue a recent winning tradition. Marshfield had five-straight winning seasons, including a school-record 19 wins in 2013-14, before last season when the Tigers went 8-17. Marshfield did pull off two road wins in the playoffs to reach sectionals for the second year in a row and he said he expects the guys coming back to be working hard this summer, especially on their shooting.

“We’ve always played hard on defense, the problem last season was putting the ball in the basket,” Scheuer said. “We are going to run more motion-type stuff and not so many sets. If we need a hoop and we have a shooter on the floor, I want them to be thinking about what to do to get him the ball.”

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Wausau East rallies to beat Marshfield softball

Posted on 21 May 2015 by paul

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WAUSAU – Wausau East scored runs in the final three innings to pull past Marshfield 3-2 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference softball game Thursday at East High School.

Marshfield led 2-0 after a two-run second inning. Mary Kloos walked and came around to score on an error, and Emily Draeger had an RBI double to put the Tigers on top.

The lead held for three innings until East broke through with single runs in the fifth and sixth.

Olivia Zipperer had a two-out RBI single in the fifth and Callie Heinrich drove in a run in the sixth to tie the game 2-2.

Zipperer walked with one out in the seventh, went to second on a ground out and scored on a single by Angela Flashinski to win it for the Lumberjacks (8-14, 3-9 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Marshfield left 11 runners on base in the loss.

The Tigers finish the Wisconsin Valley Conference slate with a 3-9 record and in a tie for fifth place with East. Marshfield will wrap up its regular-season schedule with a nonconference game at home against Mosinee on Friday at 4:30 p.m. at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

The Tigers (9-13 overall) will then turn to the postseason. Marshfield is the No. 10 seed in its Division 1 sectional and will play at No. 7 Eau Claire North at 5 p.m. next Wednesday.

“Struggled to get runners in once we would get them on base,” Marshfield coach Mike Voss said. “We had plenty of opportunities tonight. Megan pitched a good game for us, we just needed to get some offense going behind her.”

Lumberjacks 3, Tigers 2
Marshfield 020 000 0 – 2 7 0
Wausau East 000 011 1 – 3 7 3
WP:
Olivia Zipperer. LP: Megan Donahue.
SO: Donahue 7; Zipperer 7. BB: Donahue 3; Zipperer 3.
Top hitters: M, Emily Draeger 2×3, 2B; Lexi Dupee 2×4, 2B. WE, Angela Flashinski 2×4; Hailey Rottier 2×3.
Records: Marshfield 9-13, 3-9 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wausau East 8-14, 3-9 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Donahue tosses two-hit shutout as Marshfield baseball blanks D.C. Everest

Posted on 21 May 2015 by paul

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WESTON – Marshfield scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning and rode the arm of senior pitcher Jack Donahue to a 4-0 win over D.C. Everest in a Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball game Thursday at D.C. Everest High School.

Trevor Schwecke, Caleb Alexander and Jeremy Brost each had RBI singles in the rally to bust open a scoreless game and send Marshfield to its eighth win in a row.

Donahue allowed just two hits and one walk while striking out five in the complete-game shutout.

Marshfield (15-7, 6-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference) plays at Wausau East next Tuesday.

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Local teams learn matchups for upcoming WIAA softball playoffs

Posted on 21 May 2015 by paul

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The WIAA announced its pairings Thursday for the upcoming 2015 WIAA softball playoffs.

Regional quarterfinals in Divisions 2, 3 and 4 are set for Tuesday, with regional semifinals in all four divisions on Wednesday. Regional finals are Friday, May 29, with sectionals on June 2 and June 4. The survivors move on to the 2015 WIAA State Softball Tournament in Madison on June 11-13.

Among the local teams, Marshfield is the No. 10 seed in the Division 1 Sectional 1 bracket and will play at No. 7 Eau Claire North in a regional semifinal on Wednesday, May 27, at North beginning at 5 p.m.

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

Spencer, the Cloverbelt Conference East Division champion, is the No. 1 seed and received a first-round bye. The Rockets will host the winner of No. 5 Auburndale at No. 4 Loyal/Granton on May 27 at 5 p.m. The Auburndale-L/G matchup will be at 5 p.m. May 26 at Loyal High School.

Stratford, the Marawood Conference South Division co-champion, is the No. 2 seed in the bracket and will host No. 7 Colby at Hilgemann Field in a regional quarterfinal on May 26 at 4:45 p.m.

Columbus Catholic is the No. 5 seed in the Division 4 Sectional 2 bracket and will play at No. 4 Greenwood in a regional quarterfinal on May 26 at 5 p.m.

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Peterson wins two events, Kupfer first in triple jump for Marshfield at 2015 WVC Track Meet

Posted on 20 May 2015 by paul

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Tyler Peterson won the discus and shot put as the Marshfield boys finished fourth at the 2015 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track & Field Meet on Tuesday at Lincoln High School.

Peterson won the discus with a throw of 142 feet, 9 inches, and took first in the shot put with a toss of 50-2.5 for the Tigers boys lone victories.

Will Spindler was third in the triple jump (41-3), John Wittman took third in the discus (129-7), and Devon Klement was third in the 800 (2:02.86) to grab honorable mention honors for the Marshfield boys.

Martha Kupfer won the triple jump and placed third in the long jump as the Marshfield girls also finished fourth.

Earning second-team all-conference honors with second-place finishes for the Tigers were Ashley Holubets in the 300 low hurdles, Stephanie Rhodes in the high jump, and the 1,600 relay team of Holubets, Alexa Aumann, Dani Bender and Kupfer.

In addition to Kupfer’s third-place long jump effort, Marshfield’s 400 relay team of Olivia Tierney, Emma Boson, Angelina Dunomes and Mariah Goeppinger, and the 800 relay team of Courtney Brown, Goeppinger, Angelina Dunomes and Boson also placed third to get honorable mention all-WVC accolades.

Stevens Point swept the team titles. The boys won the team title for the fourth-straight season and the 10th time in the last 11 years. The Point girls won its first title since 2011 ending Wausau West’s string of three in a row.

Marshfield will compete at the WIAA Division 1 regional at Wausau West on May 26.

2015 Wisconsin Valley Conference Outdoor Track & Field Meet
May 19, at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School
Boys
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 218.5; 2. D.C. Everest 175; 3. Wausau West 92; 4. Marshfield 74; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 58.5; 6. Merrill 55; 7. Wausau East 21.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
Pole vault:
1. Darren Sanchez (WD) 15-0.
High jump: 1. Carson Weber (WW) 6-0.
Long jump: 1. Jake Anderson (MER) 21-9.25; 10. Chris Pahl (MAR) 18-8; 13. Thomas Gisvold (MAR) 16-10.
Triple jump: 1. Anderson (MER) 43-10.25; 3. Will Spindler (MAR) 41-3; 9. Pahl (MAR) 39-5.
Discus: 1. Tyler Peterson (MAR) 142-9; 3. John Wittman (MAR) 129-7; 8. Andrew Gilkerson (MAR) 112-3.
Shot put: 1. Peterson (MAR) 50-2.5; 6. Gilkerson (MAR) 42-6.25; 9. Wittman (MAR) 39-8.5.
3,200 relay: 1. Wausau West (Jared Kumbera, Eric Zengler, Adam Stichman, Josh Kurth) 8:15.24; 6. Marshfield (Jordan Dzikowich, Paul Fischer, Sam Huettl, Jared Oemig) 9:49.14.
110 hurdles: 1. Konner Fierek (DC) 14.97; 4. Spindler (MAR) 16.53; 11. Nate Beyer (MAR) 17.81; 14. Aaron Peters (MAR) 19.38.
100: 1. Deshawn Bryant (DC) 11.02; 12. Gisvold (MAR) 11.97; 13. Adam Elhandy-Gunnarsson (MAR) 12.00; 17. John Hardinger (MAR) 12.51.
1,600: 1. Derek Cruz (SP) 4:35.89; 7. Hunter McManus (MAR) 5:00.20; 13. Huettl (MAR) 5;14.36.
800 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Aaron Simonis, Tyler Patoka, Zach Ross, Colton Kizewski) 1:32.18; 5. Marshfield (Johanne Friedli, Elhandy-Gunnarsson, Jimmy Draeger, Hardinger) 1:39.67.
400: 1. Victor Kizewski (SP) 50.31; 6. Calden Wojt (MAR) 53.09.
400 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Simonis, Zach Mancl, Ross, C. Kizewski) 44.28; 6. Marshfield (Hardinger, Elhandy-Gunnarsson, Gisvold, Draeger) 48.08.
300 hurdles: 1. Fierek (DC) 39.73; 4. Spindler (MAR) 41.60; 12. Beyer (MAR) 46.93.
800: 1. Evan Hatton (SP) 1:59.99; 3. Devon Klement (MAR) 2:02.86; 11. H. McManus (MAR) 2:10.32.
200: 1. V. Kizewski (SP) 22.47; 6. Wojt (MAR) 23.11; 13. Pahl (MAR) 24.49.
3,200: 1. Cruz (SP) 9:51.11; 13. Fischer (MAR) 11:32.78.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Liam Belson, Hatton, Nolan Metz, Conner Franz) 3:26.99; 5. Marshfield (Klement, Pahl, Wojt, Spindler) 3:40.20.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 199; 2. Wausau West 123.5; 3. D.C. Everest 110.5; 4. Marshfield 77; 5. Wausau East 65.5; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 62.5; 7. Merrill 56.
Pole vault: 1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 9-3.
High jump: 1. Rylee Folz (MER) 5-3; 2. Stephanie Rhodes (MAR) 5-2.
Long jump: 1. Alyssa Faucett (WW) 18-4; 3. Martha Kupfer (MAR) 16-7.75; 8. Olivia Tierney (MAR) 15-3.
Triple jump: 1. Kupfer (MAR) 35-7; 12. Tierney (MAR) 30-6; 14. Ana Jensen (MAR) 30-0.25.
Discus: 1. Kendra Polzin (DC) 102-3; 5. Amy Martorano (MAR) 94-9; 9. Hannah Meverden (MAR) 78-7; 10. Jamila Ougayour (MAR) 77-6.
Shot put: 1. Taylor Louis (SP) 35-6.25; 6. Ougayour (MAR) 30-2.75; 8. Katie Osinski (MAR) 29-10.5; 11. Martorano (MAR) 28-1.5.
3,200 relay: 1. Wausau West (Josie Hardell, Emelyn Sheehan, Haylie Craig, Shelby Samz) 9:58.64; 5. Marshfield (Courtney Brown, Maddie Koehn, Maddison Clemens, Jensen) 11:07.24.
100 hurdles: 1. Enne’ Burton (WE) 16.64; 9. Sadie Degrand (MAR) 18.14; 10. Briana Duellman (MAR) 18.21.
100: 1. Grace Hartman (WR) 12.26; 8. Tierney (MAR) 13.31; 13. Madeline Chaltry (MAR) 14.01.
1,600: 1. Kennidi Knoblock (WE) 5:19.55; 9. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 6:11.40.
800 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Halle Gregorich, Laura Canapa, Kaitlin Woyak, Talyn-katiana Solinsky) 1:48.38; 3. Marshfield (Brown, Mariah Goeppinger, Angelina Dunomes, Emma Boson) 1:53.90.
400: 1. Elizabeth Keena (WR) 1:01.55; 7. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 1:05.29.
400 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Woyak, Ashley Canapa, Kelly Johnson, L. Canapa) 52.19; 3. Marshfield (Dunomes, Goeppinger, Boson, Tierney) 53.03.
300 hurdles: 1. Burton (WE) 48.42; 2. Ashley Holubets (MAR) 48.68; 7. Maddie Nikolai (MAR) 53.13; 13. Jensen (MAR) 56.66.
800: 1. Abbey Hyland (SP) 2:26.52; 10. Dani Bender (MAR) 2:39.99; 14. Koehn (MAR) 2:49.35.
200: 1. Faucett (WW) 25.87; 5. Kupfer (MAR) 27.23; 9. Dunomes (MAR) 28.10.
3,200: 1. Mackenzie Malone (WW) 11:59.23; 5. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 12:30.94; 10. Clemens (MAR) 13:36.33.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Solinsky, Gregorich, Makani Peters, Hannah Sankey) 4:09.37; 2. Marshfield (Aumann, Holubets, Bender, Kupfer) 4:12.31.

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Marshfield girls soccer blanked at Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 19 May 2015 by paul

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Marshfield girls soccer team was held to four shots on a goal and was shut out at Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday night, losing 2-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference matchup.

Jamie Vanderhei scored 10 minutes before halftime and Veronica Berger added a goal with 11:18 left in the game to push Rapids (7-5-2, 6-3-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference) to the victory.

Andrea Carolfi had four saves in goal for the Tigers (5-12-1, 2-7 WVC), and Chani Pulchinski saved all four shots in goal for Rapids.

“Rapids has a tough defense and we had very few opportunities,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “The ones we had we could not capitalize on. There is a reason they are averaging about one goal on defense in the conference.

“Our same nemesis just hangs around as we struggle to get goals this year. The nice thing is the girls play hard and never quit or stop giving all they have.”

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

Raiders 2, Tigers 0
Wisconsin Rapids 1 1 – 2
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
First half:
1. WR, Jamie Vanderhei (Mia Iwanski), 35:31.
Second half: 2. WR, Veronica Berger (Iwanski), 78:42.
Saves: WR, Chani Pulchinski 4; M, Andrea Carolfi 4.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 7-5-2, 6-3-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 5-12-1, 2-7 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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D.C. Everest holds off Marshfield softball

Posted on 19 May 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – D.C. Everest rallied from an early two-run deficit to knock off Marshfield 7-4 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference softball game Tuesday at the Marshfield Fairgounds.

Marshfield scored runs in the bottom of the first and second innings to take an early 2-0 lead before the Evergreens got to Tigers pitcher Megan Donahue.

Everest (15-8, 8-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference) scored three times in the third, twice in the fourth and two more times in the sixth to pull ahead 7-2.

Marshfield scored twice in the bottom of the sixth on a two-run single by Alyssa Ede, but couldn’t get any closer and falls to 9-12 overall and 3-8 in the WVC.

Donahue struck out 10, but walked eight and allowed 13 hits in suffering the loss for the Tigers.

Marshfield finishes its WVC schedule Thursday at Wausau East.

Evergreens 7, Tigers 4
D.C. Everest 003 202 0 – 7 13 1
Marshfield 110 002 0 – 4 7 1
WP:
Miranda Gajewski. LP: Megan Donahue.
SO: Gajewski 6; Donahue 10. BB: Gajewski 1; Donahue 8.
Top hitters: DC, Maggie Plaza 3×4, 2B, 2 runs; Ally Dzurka 2×4, 2 2Bs; Makayla Pagel 2×4, HR, 2 runs, 4 RBIs; Gajewski 2×5; Maddie Jagodzinski 3×4, 2B. M, Alyssa Ede 2×3, 2 RBIs.
Records: D.C. Everest 15-8, 8-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 9-12, 3-8 WVC.

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Marshfield boys tennis wins regular-season finale over Eau Claire North

Posted on 19 May 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys tennis team wrapped up its regular-season schedule with a 4-3 nonconference dual meet victory over Eau Claire North on Tuesday at the Boson Courts.

Bryce Gadke (No. 1), John Weisenberger (No. 3) and Justin Twardowski (No. 4) won in singles’ matches for the Tigers.

Marshfield also got a victory from its No. 1 doubles team of Dylan Handrich and Sam Trudeau, who came back after losing the first set 7-5, to win consecutive sets by 7-6 scores.

The Tigers will compete at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Meet on Thursday at Wausau East and Wausau West high schools before turning to the WIAA subsectionals on May 26 at Stevens Point.

Marshfield 4, Eau Claire North 3
Singles:
1. Bryce Gadke (M) def. Quin Blodgett 6-1, 6-3; 2. Tod Edwards (ECN) def. Jacob Limmex 6-4, 0-6, 6-2; 3. John Weisenberger (M) def. Matheus Ramos 3-6, 7-6, 6-1; 4. Justin Twardowski (M) def. Charlie Hower 6-0, 6-3.
Doubles: 1. Dylan Handrich-Sam Trudeau (M) def. Jeremiah Buegner-Austin Hunt 5-7, 7-6, 7-6; 2. Jackson Lindquist-Austin Biederman (ECN) def. Austin Christianson-Jared Draxler 6-2, 6-2; 3. Tou Bee Vang-Mitch Johnson (ECN) def. Tanner Boson-Tom Kruger 6-1, 2-6, 6-4.

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Marshfield baseball routs D.C. Everest for seventh-straight win

Posted on 19 May 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Sam Klein hit a home run, drove in four and tossed a shutout inning of relief to lift the Marshfield baseball team to a 13-5 win over D.C. Everest on Tuesday at Jack Hackman Field.

The Tigers won for the seventh time in a row and improve to 14-7 overall and 5-4 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. Everest is now 7-12 and 5-4 in the conference.

Marshfield scored in all six innings it batted and never trailed.

Jake Brueggen allowed two runs in five innings to earn the victory for the Tigers.

Marshfield had 13 hits, three each from Trevor Schwecke and Jack Donahue. Schwecke had a triple and drove in three runs. Matt Meyer, Sam Klein and Jared Klein added two hits apiece for Marshfield.

“The kids are having fun,” Marshfield coach Mark Zee said. “We are getting some good pitcher performances and we continue to play good defense.”

Marshfield plays at D.C. Everest on Thursday.

Tigers 13, Evergreens 5
D.C. Everest 011 003 0 – 5 13 5
Marshfield 322 213 x – 13 13 1
WP:
Jake Brueggen. LP: Austin Behrens.
SO: Behrens (3 inn.) 3, Derek Reiche (2 inn.) 3, Alec Fernstaedt (2 inn.) 0; Brueggen (5 inn.) 2, Tyson Slade (1 inn.) 2, Sam Klein (1 inn.) 0. BB: Behrens 3, Reiche 2, Fernstaedt 0; Brueggen 1, Slade 0, S. Klein 2.
Top hitters: DC, Brady Urekert 2×3, 2 2Bs. M, Matt Meyer 2×3, 2B; Trevor Schwecke 3×5, 3B, 3 RBIs; Jack Donahue 3×4, 2B; Sam Klein 2×2, HR, 4 RBIs; Jared Klein 2×4.
Records: D.C. Everest 7-12, 5-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 14-7, 5-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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