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Marshfield girls ninth, boys 12th at Columbus Catholic Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 03 September 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield sophomore Rebecca Voss braved a wet and sloppy track to finish 10th in the girls varsity race at the Columbus Catholic Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at Wildwood Park.

Voss finished the race in 15:53, 46 seconds behind winner Emma-Lisa Murphy of Whitefish Bay.

Wayzata (Minn.) won the girls meet with 57 points, easily distancing itself from River Falls, which was second with 90 points. Whitefish Bay was third with 110 points. Marshfield took ninth with 266 points and Columbus Catholic was 22nd with 580 points. A total of 25 teams and 180 runners took part in the girls race.

Jennifer Kaiser was 52nd (17:00), Leah Cherney took 63rd (17:20), Sara Fuller was 69th (17:29) and Alexis Dzikowich finished 72nd (17:38) to lead the Tigers.

“The girls had some solid efforts for our first meet of the year,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “Leah Cherney and Alexis Dzikowich really ran well today and smashed their PRs on this course. Rebecca was a medalist and that was nice to see her start off her season that way.”

Claire Pinter led the Dons, taking 68th in 17:28.9.

Stillwater (Minn.) won the boys team title with 45 points, 15 more than Wayzata (Minn.). Marshfield finished 12th with 400 points and Columbus Catholic was 22nd with 632 points.

Josh Thorson of Wayzata won the boys race in 15:52, his third straight Columbus Catholic Invitational title.

Travis Wienke was 117th (20:00.6) and Jeremy Binder was 125th (20:09.5) for Columbus.

Adam Voss led Marshfield by finishing 35th in 17:35. Nolan Redetzke was 50th in 18:14.

“Adam Voss ran a great race for our boys today, as did Nolan Redetzke,” Akin said. “The competition was keen today and we will improve.”

Complete boys results available at performancetiming.com
Complete girls results available at performancetiming.com

Columbus Catholic Invitational
Girls
Varsity
Team results:
1. Wayzata (Minn.) 57; 2. River Falls 90; 3. Whitefish Bay 110; 4. La Crosse Central 121; 5. White Bear Lake (Minn.) 165; 6. Hudson 165; 7. Mounds View (Minn.) 183; 8. Green Bay Notre Dame 226; 9. Marshfield 266; 10. Colby/Abbotsford 309; 11. La Crosse Logan 310; 12. Edgar 400; 13. Benilde-St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 400; 14. Manitowoc Roncalli 408; 15. Bonduel 456; 16. West Salem 473; 17. Stanley-Boyd 479; 18. Blair-Taylor 505; 19. Nekoosa 524; 20. Chequamegon 548; 21. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 576; 22. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 580; 23. Owen-Withee 67; 24. Chippewa Falls McDonell 667; 25. Stevens Point Pacelli 712; Alma Center Lincoln, Adams-Friendship, Granton, Augusta incomplete.
Top 10: 1. Emma-Lisa Murphy (WB) 15:07.7; 2. Katie Wetzstein (HUD) 15:10.1; 3. Paige Skorseth (RF) 15:15.8; 4. Violet Weibel (LCC) 15:40.2; 5. Alayna Sonnesyn (WAY) 15:41.4; 6. Natalie Powell (RF) 15:44.9; 7. Allison Ternes (WBL) 15:45; 8. McKenna Evans (WAY) 15:52.0; 9. Anna French (WAY) 15:53.1; 10. Rebecca Voss (MAR) 15:53.4.
Other Marshfield finishers: 52. Jennifer Kaiser 17:00.5; 63. Leah Cherney 17:20.3; 69. Sara Fuller 17:29.3; 72. Alexis Dzikowich 17:38.1; 83. Melissa Brix 17:58.3; 112. Madie Koehn 19:02.2.
Columbus Catholic finishers: 68. Claire Pinter 17:28.9; 87. Riley Roehl 18:15.1; 134. Alexandria Viegut 19:47.3; 135. Rachel Albrecht 19:49.6; 156. Tori Schlagenhaft 21:26.6; 161. Katy Jensen 21:49.1; 166. Holly Thomas 24:34.2.
JV
Team standings:
1. Wayzata (Minn.) 22; 2. Whitefish Bay 68; 3. Green Bay Notre Dame 81; 4. La Crosse Central 104; 5. White Bear Lake (Minn.) 105; 6. Mounds View (Minn.) 164; 7. Marshfield 188; 8. West Salem 251; 9. La Crosse Logan 298; 10. Chequamegon 321; 11. Edgar 324; 12. Benilde-St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 333; 13. Manitowoc Roncalli 408; Alma Center Lincoln, Bonduel, Owen-Withee, Adams-Friendship, Colby/Abbotsford incomplete.
Top 10: 1. Marit Sonnesyn (WAY) 15:12.6; 2. Mata Agre (WAY) 15:29.7; 3. Sophie Perron (WBL) 15:52.9; 4. Bryn Balls-Barker (WAY) 16:05.4; 5. Rebecka Palmquist (WAY) 16:08.5; 6. Jenna Wirkus (WB) 16:14.4; 7. Jessica O’Neill 16:15.1; 8. Katie Lichosik (WB) 16:15.6; 9. Mackenzie Hansen (GBND) 16:16.6; 10. Grace Egan (WAY) 16:18.4.
Marshfield finishers: 24. Ashley Holubets 17:00.6; 29. Dani Sopiarz 17:15.9; 38. Nikki Youngblood 17:34.6; 48. Katie Urquhart 18:14.1; 49. Emily Brix 18:16.4; 62. Emilie Bensen 19:02.7; 63. Cierra Haupt 19:05.9.
Boys
Varsity
Team standings:
1. Stillwater (Minn.) 45; 2. Wayzata (Minn.) 60; 3. La Crosse Logan 110; 4. Nekoosa 150; 5. River Falls 175; 6. Green Bay Notre Dame 186; 7. La Crosse Central 189; 8. Whitefish Bay 216; 9. Hudson 244; 10. Benilde-St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 332; 11. Burnsville (Minn.) 353; 12. Marshfield 400; 13. Chequamegon 410; 14. Chippewa Falls McDonell 430; 15. West Salem 474; 16. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 507; 17. Bonduel 517; 18. Blair-Taylor 520; 19. Augusta 522; 20. Manitowoc Roncalli 563; 21. Colby/Abbotsford 604; 22. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 632; 23. Edgar 670; 24. Granton 678; 25. Stanley-Boyd 683; 26. Stevens Point Pacelli 781; Alma Center Lincoln, Owen-Withee, Adams-Friendship incomplete.
Top 10: 1. Josh Thorson (WAY) 15:52.5; 2. Ryan Kromer (HUD) 16:11.5; 3. Tom Linner (STIL) 16:17.4; 4. Cole O’Brien (BURN) 16:18.7; 5. Connor Olson (WAY) 16:20.1; 6. Wayde Hall (STIL) 16:20.1; 7. Ali Jandal (LCC) 16:32.1; 8. Eric Colvin (STIL) 16:36.4; 9. Matt Eidenschink (NEK) 16:47.5; 10. Paul Escher (LCL) 16:48.5.
Marshfield finishers: 35. Adam Voss 17:35.1; 49. Nolan Redetzke 18:14.8; 88. Dillon Handrich 19:02.4; 94. Mitch Fischer 19:13.6; 134. Cole Irish 20:31.8; 135. Talon Labreck 20:36.1; 140. Jake Akin 20:48.5.
Columbus Catholic finishers: 117. Travis Wienke 20:00.6; 125. Jeremy Binder 20:09.5; 128. Tyler Derfus 20:12.6; 130. Alex Larson 20:14.6; 132. Sam Studinger 20:17.3; 136. Pat Sullivan 20:39.3; 143. Alex Baierl 20:58.6.
JV
Team standings:
1. Wayzata (Minn.) 25; 2. Stillwater (Minn.) 32; 3. La Crosse Logan 95; 4. Green Bay Notre Dame 131; 5. La Crosse Central 138; 6. Whitefish Bay 161; 7. Benilde-St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 187; 8. Nekoosa 253; 9. Marshfield 259; 10. Chequamegon 272; 11. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 341; Bonduel, Blair-Taylor, Adams-Friendship, West Salem, Stanley-Boyd, Edgar, Colby/Abbotsford, Manitowoc Roncalli, Chippewa Falls McDonell, Augusta incomplete.
Top 10: 1. Manny Santana (WAY) 17:26.2; 2. Evan Johnson (STIL) 17:27.5; 3. Ian Eklin (WAY) 17:40.2; 4. Paul Larson (STIL) 17:43.7; 5. Matt Thomas (STIL) 17:48.0; 6. Connor Eastman (WAY) 17:48.3; 7. Bob Rudin (WAY) 17:59.0; 8. Iain McCrory (WAY) 18:00.8; 9. Edoardo Tagliaferri (STIL) 18:01.8; 10. Rohan Patnaik (WAY) 18:05.7.
Marshfield finishers: 45. Josh Herron 20:39.9; 51. Austin Mahoney 20:56.5; 53. Kody Hastreiter 21:06.3; 54. Michael Mrotek 21:07.5; 56. Alex Schulman 21:16.0; 57. Brett Roeglin 21:16.3; 62. Randy Witzel 21:34.0.
Columbus Catholic finishers: 60. Kienan McIntee 21:25.2; 66. Michael Iwanski 21:50.6; 59. Ben Behling 21:56.5; 71. Malcolm Pittsley 22:34.9; 75. Zack Kolbeck 24:30.7; 76. Jake Bruce 24:33.4.

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Marshfield volleyball wins home invitational

Posted on 03 September 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield volleyball team dominated the Marshfield Invitational on Saturday, taking first place with a 5-0 record.

The Tigers swept all five opponents. Marshfield beat Abbotsford 2-11, 25-12; Medford 25-14, 25-18; Rhinelander 25-18, 25-18; Weyauwega-Fremont 25-8, 2-10; and Superior 25-10, 25-12, to win the title.

Mikala Sebastian had 34 kills and 14 block kills, Tiffany Stargardt had 28 kills, seven service aces and 49 digs, and Chelsea Akin had 27 kills and seven service aces for the Tigers. Setter Mary Wolff had a team-high 78 assists and Darian Molter led Marshfield’s defense with 62 digs.

“We did a much better job with our serve receive today, and because of that, our setters were able to spread the ball around a little more,” Marshfield coach Dawn Sadowska said. “We saw excellent performances from Chelsea Akin and Mikala Sebastian as they were much more aggressive offensively. This is a very positive way to go into conference play next week.”

Marshfield hosts Wausau East in its Wisconsin Valley Conference opener on Thursday.

Team standings: 1. Marshfield; 2. Rhinelander; 3. Superior; 4. Medford; 5. Weyauwega-Fremont; 6. Abbotsford.

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Marshfield boys soccer ties in Fond du Lac Tournament opener

Posted on 02 September 2011 by paul

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FOND DU LAC – Jake Limmex and Logan Arndt scored their first varsity goals to help the Marshfield boys soccer team to a 2-2 tie with Kettle Moraine Lutheran on Friday in the opening game of the Fond du Lac Tournament.

Austin Bublitz scored just 28 seconds into the game for Kettle Moraine Lutheran and the goal held up until more than 18 minutes into the second half.

Limmex found the back of the net at the 58:52 mark and 3:01 later Arndt scored to give the Tigers (2-4-1) a 2-1 lead.

Marshfield couldn’t quite close it out, however, as Griffin Hoerchner scored with 1:04 left for the Chargers (4-2-1).

“I have to complement our team in playing an excellent second half,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said. “We played one of our better halves of soccer. We put a lot of good passing together.

“Those two guys hustled and didn’t give up on a play and were rewarded with their first goals.”

Marshfield will continue play in the tournament on Saturday.

Tigers 2, Chargers 2
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 1 1 – 2
Marshfield 0 2 – 2
First half:
1. KML, Austin Bublitz 0:28.
Second half: 2. M, Jake Limmex 58:52; 3. M, Logan Arndt 61:53; 4. KML, Griffin Hoerchner 68:56.
Saves: M, Erik Holm 6; KML, Stuart Rosenthal 7.
Records: Marshfield 2-4-1; Kettle Moraine Lutheran 4-2-1.

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Gebelein, Ashbeck lift Marshfield football to rout of Oshkosh North

Posted on 02 September 2011 by paul

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OSHKOSH – The Marshfield football team continued its early-season dominance with a 49-18 rout of Oshkosh North on Friday at Titan Stadium in the teams’ first Valley Football Association South Division game.

Marshfield poured it on in the first quarter, scoring three touchdowns. Riley Gebelein, who ran for 147 yards on just 11 carries, scored on runs of 12 and 25 yards, and Elliot Ashbeck hit Jordan Schecklman for an 16-yard touchdown pass to give the Tigers an early 21-0 lead.

North cut it to 21-10 before the Tigers’ offense got cranked up again.

Gebelein scored on runs of 60 and 3 yards and Ashbeck connected with Austin Littmann for a 12-yard scoring strike to push Marshfield’s lead to 42-10 at halftime.

Running back Ryan Trieweiler hauled in a 24-yard touchdown pass from Ashbeck with 2:11 to go in the third quarter to start the running clock with a lead of more than 35 points.

North scored on a 72-yard run by Julian Pope, his only carry of the game, but Marshfield’s reserves were able to protect the ball and the lead.

Without that late run by Pope, Marshfield held North to just 12 yards rushing on 18 carries.

Ashbeck continued his hot start to the season, completing 15 of 24 passes for 255 yards and three touchdowns for the Tigers. He has 10 touchdown passes in the first three games of the season.

Marshfield (3-0, 1-0 VFA South), ranked No. 3 in this week’s Wissports.net Division 2 state coaches poll, will host Fond du Lac on Sept. 9 at Beell Stadium. Oshkosh North (1-2, 0-1 VFA South) plays at Wisconsin Rapids on Sept. 10.

Tigers 49, Spartans 18
Marshfield 21 21 7 0 – 49
Oshkosh North 0 10 0 8 – 18
FIRST QUARTER

M – Riley Gebelein 12 run (Gus Utech kick), 10:49.
M – Gebelein 25 run (Utech kick) 7:07.
M – Jordan Schecklman 16 pass from Elliot Ashbeck (Utech kick), 0:57.
SECOND QUARTER
O – Phil Brechlin 72 pass from Nate Neveau (Turner Geisthardt) 10:43.
O – Geisthardt 46 field goal, 7:19.
M – Gebelein 60 run (Utech kick), 7:03.
M – Gebelein 3 run (Utech kick), 2:20.
M –Austin Littmann 12 pass from Ashbeck (Utech kick), 0:05.
THIRD QUARTER
M – Ryan Trieweiler 24 pass from Ashbeck (Utech kick), 2:11.
FOURTH QUARTER
O – Julian Pope 72 run (Brittner pass from Neveau) 6:37.
TEAM STATISTICS
First downs:
Marshfield 24; Oshkosh North 6.
Rushing (att-yards): Marshfield 34-253; Oshkosh North 19-91.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Marshfield 19-29-280-1; Oshkosh North 13-28-165-0.
Fumbles (total-lost): Marshfield 0-0; Oshkosh North 0.
Penalties (no.-yards): Marshfield 4-34; Oshkosh North 3-25.
Interceptions (defense): ON, Robert Phillips.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Rushing:
M, Gebelein 11-147, Trieweiler 5-47, Caleb Cline 4-31, Jack Marquardt 9-24, Bo Howard 3-0, Elliot Ashbeck 1-5, Austin Littman 1-minus 1. ON, Julian Pope 1-72, Neveau 9-14, Otis Gaffner 2-7, Shane Hammersang 7-minus 2.
Passing: M, Ashbeck 15-24-255-1, Howard 4-5-25-0. ON, Neveau 13-28-165-0.
Receiving: M, Jordan Litwatis 3-80, Littmann 4-65, Trieweiler 2-40, Gebelein 2-21, Nate Saverda 1-17, Jordan Schecklman 1-16, Jesse Helgerson 2-15, Brandon Brown 2-13, Dan Bargander 1-11. ON, Phil Brechlin 4-104, Brett Brittner 4-26, Hammersang 3-25, Mike Nemschoff 2-10.
Records: Marshfield 3-0, 1-0 Valley Football Association South; Oshkosh North 1-2, 0-1 VFA South.

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Merrill edges Marshfield girls tennis in WVC opener

Posted on 02 September 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls tennis team dropped its Wisconsin Valley Conference opener, falling to Merrill 4-3 on Thursday at Boson Courts.

Megan Hayes posted the only singles win for the Tigers, edging Olivia Heit in three sets, 6-2, 2-6, 6-4.

The Tigers posted a pair of doubles victories. Victoria Jensen and Cammie Warner won at No. 1 doubles, 6-3, 6-0, and Marshfield’s No. 2 doubles team of Brittani Seidel and Erin Ott was pushed to the brink before winning a third-set tiebreaker and beating Kelsey Pintens and Marissa Martz 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (1).

Marshfield will compete in the Green Bay Southwest Invitational on Saturday and return to WVC action Tuesday at Stevens Point.

Bluejays 4, Tigers 3
Singles:
1. Megan Hayes (MAR) def. Olivia Heit 6-2, 2-6, 6-4; 2. Liz Smith (MER) def. Emily Pingel 6-1, 6-0; 3. Hannah Ollhof (MER) def. Bridgett Welter 6-1, 6-2; 4. Leah Johnson (MER) def. Kristin Hoese 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles: 1. Victoria Jensen-Cammie Warner (MAR) def. Kristin Verdoom-Sarah Artman 6-3, 6-0; 2. Brittany Seidel-Erin Ott (MAR) def. Kelsey Pintens-Marissa Martz 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (1); 3. Karina Baacke-Jolene Ladewig (MER) def. Justine Bushee-Christian Phillip 6-1, 6-4.
Records: Merrill 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 0-1 WVC.

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Marshfield freshman, sophomore football teams win again

Posted on 02 September 2011 by paul

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The Marshfield freshman and sophomore football teams each remain undefeated after posting victories Thursday.

The Marshfield freshman team beat Wausau West 34-12, while the sophomores edged Oshkosh West 24-19.

In the freshman game, Caleb Alexander led the Tigers with 180 yards rushing on 13 carries, scoring on runs of 30 and 84 yards.

Mitch ZIllman added an 8-yard touchdown run and Derek Coffren threw touchdown passes of 21 yards to Kegan Fassler and 30 yards to Tanner Boson. Jack Donahue kicked four extra points in the win.

Marshfield’s top tacklers were Zillman, Devan Wrege and Devon Klement.

The Marshfield sophomores got started early when Jeff Allison returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown.

Matt Oestreich tossed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Brad Krueger and Colton Zahradka threw a 15-yard scoring pass to Jeff Allison. Brad Krueger made all three extra point attempts and added a 30-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.

Mitch Ott, Zach Meissner and Matt Rickman were the Tigers’ leading tacklers.

Craig Zalizniak, Jordan Watkins and Meissner each recovered fumbles for Marshfield.

The Marshfield freshman team plays at Wausau East at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, while the sophomores travel to Fond du Lac for a game on Sept. 10 at 11 a.m.

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Marshfield boys soccer scores early, holds off Merrill

Posted on 01 September 2011 by paul

Marshfield's Alex Kelnhofer races Merrill's Dan Blakeslee to the ball during the Tigers' 1-0 win Thursday at Griese Park. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Quinn Schuster scored 22 minutes into the game and the Marshfield boys soccer team held on the rest of the way, beating Merrill 1-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference match Thursday at Griese Park.

Schuster scored off an centering pass from Matt McCann on the right wing and pushed home the game’s only goal at the 22:26 mark of the first half.

Marshfield peppered Merrill goalkeeper Austin Gartmann with 13 other shots during the game, but couldn’t get any past the Bluejays senior.

The Tigers’ ability to control the ball for most of the game, as well as their stingy defense that gave up just six shots on goal – all saved by senior goalkeeper Erik Holm – was the difference.

The Tigers’ ability to control the ball for most of the game, as well as their stingy defense that gave up just six shots on goal – all saved by senior goalkeeper Erik Holm – was the difference. Holm’s biggest save came with 10 minutes left when he deflected a shot, the ball hit the crossbar and came back to him while he was on the ground.

“Erik made a couple of nice saves on point-blank shots,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said. “I asked Nick Guzowski to play outside midfield today and he went up (from sweeper) and tried to make some things happen on offense. Matt McCann is up and down (the field), I moved Austin Gilbert up to the center forward as the target man to create some more opportunities and we’re getting the hang of that.”

The win evens Marshfield’s record in the Wisconsin Valley Conference at 2-2 (2-4 overall), while Merrill falls to 0-3 and 0-2 in the Valley.

Marshfield had a goal in each half negated by offsides calls and had a number of other opportunities thwarted by Gartmann. The Tigers have been shutout in all four of their losses, so their ability to get so many shots on goal was an improvement, despite only scoring once.

“It’s a victory and we’ve got to be happy with that,” Todryk said. “We need to put the ball in the back of the net and we need to work on our finishing. We’ve spent two weeks working on finishing drills at least half the practices. It’s helped, at least we’re shooting the ball on goal, now we just have to get some past the goalkeeper.”

Bobby Leggon and Jack Haessly led Marshfield’s defense, chasing down Merrill defenders on breakaways and keeping the ball, in large part, away from Holm.

“I got Jack in back and Bobby Leggon, and he doesn’t get beat,” Todryk said. “Last year, Bobby was our most improved player and this year he’s coming on again.”

Marshfield plays at the Fond du Lac Invitational on Friday and Saturday, and returns to Valley action Tuesday at D.C. Everest.

Tigers 1, Bluejays 0
Merrill 0 0 – 0
Marshfield 1 0 – 1
First half:
1. MAR, Quinn Schuster (Matt McCann assist), 22:26.
Shots on goal: Marshfield 14, Merrill 7.
Saves: MAR, Erik Holm 7; MER, Austin Gartmann 13.
Records: Merrill 0-3, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 2-4, 2-2 WVC.

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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 WisSports.net State Coaches Poll. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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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 WisSports.net 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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