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Marshfield boys basketball blows out Wausau West

Posted on 20 December 2011 by paul

Marshfield's Luke Zuiker goes in for a layup during the first quarter of the Tigers' 61-27 win over Wausau West on Tuesday night at Marshfield High School. Zuiker scored a game-high 17 points in the victory. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys basketball team’s relentless defensive pressure and efficient offense helped the Tigers dominate from the outset and roll to a 61-27 win over Wausau West in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Tuesday night at Marshfield High School.

The Tigers were happy to be back on their home court after playing their first four games on the road and improve to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. West drops to 2-5 and 0-3 in the Valley.

Sophomore Luke Zuiker had five steals and 17 points to lead Marshfield, which shot nearly 50 percent (27-for-56) from the field and saw nine different players score in the game.

Marshfield forced 17 turnovers and held the Warriors to 10 of 33 shooting in the victory.

“I’ve been pleased with the effort and intensity that they’ve brought,” Marshfield coach Craig Michaelis said. “What you saw tonight, how hard they played, is the way they’ve been playing in practice. I’m not surprised by it. That’s what it’s going to take night in and night out. It’s too tough of a conference to come out and give a subpar effort. If you do that, you lose games.

“I’m proud of what we did and I’m encouraged because I think this is a team that can continue to get better.”

Marshfield opened the game with a 10-4 run sparked by two baskets by Zuiker and two more, including a 3-pointer, by Luke Olson. Elliot Ashbeck had five points and Zuiker scored off an Ashbeck steal at the buzzer to push the Tigers lead to 17-6 after the first quarter.

West scored the first hoop of the second quarter but the Tigers responded with a 12-2 run to open up a 19-point lead and led by double digits the rest of the way.

Olson hit another 3-pointer and had a three-point play in the third quarter, and Zuiker scored eight points in the period as Marshfield outscored West 25-8 to put the game away. Zuiker had three steals that resulted in layups in the quarter as the Tigers’ defense and energy were top-notch.

“We played really hard and we have team chemistry out there,” Zuiker said. “It’s what coach talks about every day in practice. Our defense will translate to our offense. It’s really what we want to happen.”

The Tigers’ depth also came into play. All 13 players saw plenty of action Tuesday, with the starters sitting out the entire fourth quarter. It didn’t matter much as Marshfield held West without a basket from the field in the quarter.

“We can go 13 deep any night,” Zuiker said. “It’s hard to not have 6-9 and 7-feet (post players) like we did last year, but the intensity and the chemistry we have, it’s a lot better to be able to go 13 deep, I think.

“We’re getting better every day. Last Friday was tough losing at SPASH in a close game. We’re young and we need the experience. We don’t have a lot of that yet.”

Marshfield will play in the Big Rivers-Wisconsin Valley Conference Challenge next week at Eau Claire North. The Tigers play Eau Claire Memorial on Wednesday and Chippewa Falls on Thursday.

Tigers 61, Warriors 27
Wausau West 6 9 8 4 – 27
Marshfield 17 12 25 7 – 61
Tyler Schertz 2-3 0-0 5, Justin Duffy 1-6 0-0 3, Andrew Fischer 0-0 0-0 0, Jordan Huehnerfuss 1-8 2-2 4, Steven Morel 0-1 0-0 0, Evan Mayer 1-2 1-2 3, Taylor Penn 4-8 2-2 10, Andrew Wolfe 0-3 0-0 0, Brendan Lewandowski 1-2 0-0 2. FG: 10-33. FT: 5-6. 3-pointers: 2-12 (Schertz 1-1, Duffy 1-4, Wolfe 0-1, Penn 0-1, Huehnerfuss 0-5). Rebounds: 17 (Mayer 3, Huehnferfuss 3). Turnovers: 17. Fouls: 6. Fouled out: none. Record: 2-5, 0-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
MARSHFIELD (61): Luke Olson 4-7 1-1 11, Elliot Ashbeck 6-13 0-0 13, Kole Oppman 1-3 0-0 2, Mack Scheppler 1-2 0-0 2, Isaac Accola 2-3 0-0 5, Matt Oestreich 0-1 0-0 0, Luke Zuiker 8-13 1-4 17, Sean Koran 0-1 0-0 0, Adam Voss 0-1 0-0 0, Tanner Dennis-Brown 0-2 0-0 0, Brandon Brown 1-2 0-0 2, Alex Arendt 1-1 1-2 3, Ben Satter 3-7 0-0 6. FG: 27-56. FT: 3-7. 3-pointers: 4-13 (Olson 2-4, Ashbeck 1-2, Accola 1-1, Oppman 0-2, Zuiker 0-1, Koran 0-1, Voss 0-1, B. Brown 0-1). Rebounds: 33 (Satter 6, Zuiker 6, Ashbeck 5). Turnovers: 7. Fouls: 8. Fouled out: none. Record: 3-2, 2-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield girls hockey team bounces back with road win over Northern Edge

Posted on 20 December 2011 by paul

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ANTIGO – Alexis Straughan had her second shutout in net for the Marshfield girls hockey team as it rolled to a 7-0 win over Northern Edge (Antigo-Rhinelander co-op) on Tuesday night.

The Tigers, who lost their last two games, improve to 4-3 overall and 2-2 in the Great Northern Conference, while Northern Edge falls to 0-3 overall and in the conference.

“It was a good team effort and Nicole Karl stepped up big in the forward role, she had a real nice game,” Marshfield coach Nate Sparbel said. “Also, Paige Johnson was solid again at defense and freshman Alexis Straughan had the shut out in the net for her second one of the year.”

Paige Johnson netted a hat trick with three goals and added an assist for the Tigers. Nicole Karl scored twice and had two assists, and Charlotte Tierney and Emily Wolfe scored Marshfield’s other two goals. Tori Esser, Wolfe and Morgan Larson had assists.

Straughan needed to make just eight saves to earn the shutout as the Tigers’ defense was superb.

Northern Edge goalie Sophie Schmidt made 46 saves.

Marshfield hosts Central Wisconsin Storm on Thursday at the Marshfield Youth Ice Recreation Arena.

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Stevens Point sends Marshfield boys hockey to third straight Wisconsin Valley Conference loss

Posted on 20 December 2011 by paul

This story is sponsored by: Valley Communities Credit Union

MARSHFIELD – Stevens Point scored twice early and Marshfield never recovered as the Panthers won a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game 5-2 on Tuesday night at the Marshfield Youth Ice Recreation Arena.

Jake Jaworski and Wyatt Dalsbo scored in the first period and Drew Soik added a goal 4:30 into the second to put SPASH up 3-0.

Cole Irish tallied an unassisted goal at the 7:09 mark of the second period, but the Panthers blew the game wide open two goals in the third. Max Seiter scored just 48 seconds into the period and Soik scored again at the 11:06 mark to give the Panthers a commanding 5-1 lead.

Austin Littmann rounded out the scoring with a goal for Marshfield with 1:41 left.

Mac Alboreo had 30 saves in goal for Marshfield, which falls to 4-4 and 0-3 in the WVC.

Stevens Point goalie Jake Krutza had 16 saves as the Panthers improve to 4-3-1 and 1-2 in the Valley.

Marshfield hosts its annual holiday tournament next week with games against Antigo on Tuesday, Altoona on Wednesday and Chippewa Falls McDonell on Thursday at the Marshfield Ice Arena.

Panthers 5, Tigers 2
Stevens Point 2 1 2 – 5
Marshfield 0 1 1 – 2
First period:
1. SP, Jake Jaworski (Conner Simmera, Bryan Quinn), pp., 7:59; 2. SP, Wyatt Dalsbo (unassisted), 12:47.
Second period: 3. SP, Drew Soik (Max Seiter), 4:30; 4. M, Cole Irish (ua), 7:09.
Third period: 5. SP, Seiter (Jared Hucke, Mason Crazkowski), pp., 0:48; 6. SP, Soik (Seiter, Jon Pirrie), 11:06; 7. M, Austin Littmann (Nelson Spindler), 15:19.
Saves: SP, Jake Krutza 5-6-5-16; M, Mac Alboreo 10-12-8-30.
Records: Stevens Point 4-3-1, 1-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 4-4, 0-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Stevens Point pulls away in fourth to top Marshfield JV boys basketball

Posted on 19 December 2011 by paul

This story is sponsored by: Valley Communities Credit Union

STEVENS POINT – Stevens Point outscored Marshfield 21-8 in the fourth quarter to pull away and defeat the Tigers 57-39 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference JV boys basketball game Friday night at Stevens Point Area Senior High.

The Tigers led 18-12 after one quarter only to see SPASH take a 28-25 lead at halftime. Still within striking distance down five points heading into the fourth, Marshfield couldn’t keep up in falling to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in the WVC.

Craig Serchen scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Tigers. He made 9 of 13 shots from the field while the rest of the Tigers went 8-for-26. Marshfield also made just 4 of 9 free throws.

Marshfield hosts Wausau West at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Panthers 57, Tigers 39
Marshfield 18 7 6 8 – 39
Stevens Point 12 16 8 21 – 57
Camilo Mesa 1-3 0-0 3, Jace Krasselt 0-1 0-0 0, Caleb Alexander 3-7 0-0 6, Craig Serchen 9-13 2-3 20, Kegan Fasler 1-3 0-0 2, Jeff Allison 1-3 0-0 2, Mitch Ott 0-1 0-0 0, Alex Strege 2-7 1-2 5, Josh Vehrs 0-1 1-2 1. FG: 17-39. FT: 4-9. 3-pointers: 1-6 (Mesa 1-3, Krasselt 0-1, Serchen 0-1, Fasler 0-1). Rebounds: 22 (Serchen 7). Turnovers: 8. Fouls: 17. Fouled out: none. Record: 1-3, 1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
STEVENS POINT (57): Statistics not provided.

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Marshfield wrestlers take fourth at Battle on the Fox in Kimberly

Posted on 18 December 2011 by paul

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KIMBERLY – The Marshfield wrestling team finished 3-2 and took fourth place at the Battle on the Fox Duals at Kimberly High School on Saturday.

Marshfield defeated Freedom Varsity Reserve 61-18, Ashwaubenon 43-29 and Kimberly 34-31 before losing its final two matches to Freedom 58-13 in its final round robin dual and to Little Chute 42-37 in the third-place match.

Marshfield senior Justin Sternweis improved to 16-0 with five victories at 182 pounds. Sternweis won all five matches by pin, including three in the first period.

Austin Mahoney went 3-2 at 160 pounds to fall to 14-2 on the season for the Tigers.

Mitch Hertel also was perfect for Marshfield, going 5-0 at 132 pounds. He won two matches by pin, won by technical fall and another by forfeit.

Freedom beat Sussex Hamilton 54-11 in the championship dual.

Marshfield is back in action Dec. 29-30 at the Bi-State Tournament in La Crosse.

Battle on the Fox Invitational
Team results: 1. Freedom; 2. Sussex Hamilton; 3. Little Chute; 4. Marshfield; 5. Wausau East; 6. Appleton North; 7. Wisconsin Lutheran; 8. Ashwaubenon; 9. Middleton; 10. Kimberly; 11. Pittsville; 12. DePere; 13. Appleton West; 14. Freedom Reserve; 15. Middleton Reserve; 16. Tri-County.

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Marshfield boys swimmers seventh at Eau Claire Santa Clause Invite

Posted on 17 December 2011 by paul

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EAU CLAIRE – The Marshfield boys swim team finished seventh out of eight teams on Saturday at the Eau Claire Santa Clause Invite.

Aaron Scheets took second place in the 100 backstroke (57.33 seconds) and fourth in the 200 individual medley (2:11.09) to lead the Tigers.

“Many new personal records were established at this meet,” Marshfield coach Faye Egger said. “What a fun seasonal meet that gave opportunity for all levels to compete.”

Jake Krueger won the 100 freestyle in 57.87 and Phil Kubica won the 100 breaststroke in 1:16.11 in the JV division for Marshfield.

The Tigers’ Nolan Hall took third in the JV 200 freestyle (2:22.13), Denver Anderson was third in the 100 back (1:14.93) and the 400 freestyle relay team of Ian Thomasgard, Hall, Evan Schneider and Jake Krueger took second in 4:00.31.

The varsity 400 free relay team of Alex Shulman, Tom Stevning-Roe, Jake Akin and Aaron Scheets also placed fourth in 3:41.14 for Marshfield.
The Tigers are at Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday.

Eau Claire Santa Clause Invite
Varsity team scores:
1. Eau Claire Memorial/North 309; 2. Chippewa Falls 233; 3. Wausau East 185; 4. Superior 148; 5. River Falls 134; 6. Stevens Point 125; 7. Marshfield 98; 8. Minnesota South/Washburn/Roosevelt 96.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
200 medley relay: 1. Chippewa Falls 1:43.24; 5. Marshfield (Aaron Scheets, Josh Herron, Tom Stevning-Roe, Jake Akin), 1:52.76.
200 freestyle: 1. Alex DeLakis (EC) 1:46.21; 15. Jake Krueger (MAR) 2:15.47; 19. Nick Treankler (MAR) 2:31.57.
200 IM: 1. Austin Byrd (CF) 1:56.01; 4. Scheets (MAR0 2:11.09; 12. Joe Dickinson (MAR) 2:51.36.
50 freestyle: 1. Billy Brebrick (WE) 22.99; 7. Akin (MAR) 24.53; 18. Alex Shulman (MAR) 25.96; 22. Ian Thomasgard (MAR) 26.40.
100 butterfly: 1. Brebrick (WE) 54.09; 9. Stevning-Roe (MAR) 1:04.04.
100 freestyle: 1. DeLakis (EC) 48.51; 9. Akin (MAR) 54.56; 12. Shulman (MAR) 55.61; 19. Evan Schneider (MAR) 1:00.58.
500 freestyle: 1. Austin Byrd (CF) 4:46.02.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Eau Claire Memorial/North 1:30.84; 8. Marshfield (Thomasgard, Brad Krueger, Matt McCann, J. Krueger) 1:50.27.
100 backstroke: 1. Mitch Straub (WE) 56.74; 2. Scheets (MAR) 57.33; 10. Stevning-Roe (MAR) 1:05.49.
100 breaststroke: 1. Trevor Manz (EC) 1:03.28; 11. Josh Herron (MAR) 1:15.54; 17. B. Krueger (MAR) 1:27.51.
400 freestyle relay: 1. Eau Claire Memorial/North 3:22.81; 4. Marshfield (Shulman, Stevning-Roe, Akin, Scheets) 3:41.14.
No team scores
200 medley relay:
1. Stevens Point 1:58.39; 5. Marshfield (Schneider, Joseph Baltus, Dickinson, Shulman) 2:09.16; 6. Marshfield (Denver Anderson, B. Krueger, Nolan Hall, Matt Brown) 2:10.34; 9. Marshfield (Ryan Kizer, Zach Korth, Phil Kubica, Thomasgard) 2:19.80.
200 freestyle: 1. Tom Negaard (SP) 2:08.81; 3. Hall (MAR) 2:22.13; 5. Schneider (MAR) 2:26.05; 7. Anderson (MAR) 2:31.76.
200 IM: 1. Spencer Ollmann (EC) 2:44.74.
50 freestyle: 1. Kyle Miller (EC) 26.38; 11. B. Krueger (MAR) 28.74; 15. Andy Schoepke (MAR) 29.21; 16. McCann (MAR0) 29.26; 18. Herron (MAR) 29.47; 20. Kubica (MAR) 29.73; 25. Tabor Ferris (MAR) 30.42; 39. Baltus (MAR) 32.99; 41. Dylan Johnson (MAR) 33.25; 42. Brett Roeglin (MAR) 33.29; 48. Zach Korth (MAR) 35.53; 51. Alex Krokstrom (MAR) 35.90; 52. Jordan Tran (MAR) 35.91.
100 butterfly: 1. Matt Sherwood (SP) 1:06.99.
100 freestyle: 1. Jake Krueger (MAR) 57.87; 6. Hall (MAR) 1:01.55; 19. Treankler (MAR) 1:08.68; 25. McCann (MAR) 1:10.23; 27. Ferris (MAR) 1:10.70; 33. Kizer (MAR) 1:15.16; 41. Tran (MAR) 1:30.99.
500 freestyle: 1. Ollman (EC) 6:14.79.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Stevens Point 1:42.50; 16. Marshfield (Ferris, Roeglin, Baltus, Schoepke) 2:05.96; 21. Marshfield (Johnson, Korth, Tran, Krokstrom) 2:20.05.
100 backstroke: 1. Aaron Fulford (EC) 1:11.69; 3. Anderson (MAR) 1:14.93; 11. Krokstrom (MAR) 1:44.81.
100 breaststroke: 1. Kubica (MAR) 1:16.11; 6. Dylan Johnson (MAR) 1:27.75; 12. Baltus (MAR) 1:31.51.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Eau Claire Memorial/North 3:54.26; 2. Marshfield (Thomasgard, Hall, Schneider, J. Krueger) 4:00.31; 8. Marshfield (Dickinson, Brown, Treankler, Anderson) 4:30.34; 11. Marshfield (Ferris, Tran, Schoepke, Kubica) 5:09.73.

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Marshfield wrestlers earn four pins, lose dual at Merrill

Posted on 16 December 2011 by paul

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MERRILL – Austin Mahoney and Justin Sternweis each improved to 11-0 this season, but it wasn’t enough as the Marshfield wrestling team lost a 57-21 dual meet at Merrill on Thursday night.

Mahoney beat David Pophal 10-6 at 160 pounds and Sternweis pinned Jacob Tessmer at 3:48 at 182 pounds for the Tigers (4-4, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

Devon Klement (113) and Kane Seubert (170) also won by pin for Marshfield.

The Tigers compete at the Kimberly Invitational on Saturday.

Bluejays 57, Tigers 21
285: Grant Collins (MER) pinned Tristan Wilson at 1:23.
106: Nathan Beyer (MER) won by forfeit.
113: Devon Klement (MAR) pinned Hunter Welch at 3:45.
120: Scott Arneson (MER) pinned Aaron Sternweis at 1:06.
126: Garret Schmelling (MER) pinned Luke Mahoney at 3:39.
132: Marcus Reinhardt (MER) def. Mitch Hertel 5-3.
138: Matt Reinhardt (MER) pinned Tyler Manthe at 1:07
145: Mason Reinhardt (MER) pinned Ian Gaertner at 3:28.
152: Ray Paul (MER) pinned Brandon Baltus at 5:42.
160: Austin Mahoney (MAR) David Pophal 10-6.
170: Kane Seubert (MAR) pinned Ben Hintze at 5:38.
182: Justin Sternweis (MAR) pinned Jacob Tessmer at 3:48.
195: Noah Lassa (MER) pinned Mitch Zillman at 2:59.
220: Tylor Schmidt (MER) pinned Dylan Boden at 0:38.

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Stevens Point holds off Marshfield boys basketball

Posted on 16 December 2011 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – The Marshfield boys basketball team let a chance to move to 2-0 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference slip away Friday night as it dropped a 52-48 decision to Stevens Point at Stevens Point Area Senior High.

The Tigers was up by a point with a little less than 3 minutes left, but missed six straight free throws down the stretch and saw SPASH pull away to the four-point win. Marshfield finished 7 of 17 from the free-throw line.

Elliot Ashbeck scored 17 points and Ben Satter added 13 for the Tigers, who fall to 2-2 and 1-1 in the WVC. SPASH improves to 4-2 and 2-1 in the conference.

Marshfield led 15-9 before the Panthers surged ahead 30-23 at halftime. The Tigers hung around and took a one-point lead late before faltering.

Stevens Point made seven 3-pointers in the victory.

The Tigers play their first home game of the season Tuesday against Wausau West.

Panthers 52, Tigers 48
Marshfield 15 8 16 9 – 48
Stevens Point 9 21 13 9 – 52
Luke Olson 4 0-0 9, Elliot Ashbeck 7 2-5 17, Luke Zuiker 2 2-6 7, Tanner Dennis-Brown 1 0-0 2, Ben Satter 5 3-6 13. FG: 19. FT: 7-17. 3-pointers: 3 (Olson 1, Ashbeck 1, Zuiker 1). Record: 2-2, 1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
STEVENS POINT (52): Zach Durkee 1 0-0 3, Caleb Finn 1 3-6 6, Ryan Hofmeister 1-1 2-2 7, Eric Zelhofer 4 2-2 14, Ryan Sullivan 1 0-0 2, Sean Van Helden 7 0-0 14, Jon Wuest 1 0-0 3, Jake Graboski 0 3-3 3. FG: 17. FT: 10-16. 3-pointers: 7 (Zelhofer 4, Durkee 1, Hofmeister 1, Wuest 1). Record: 4-2, 2-1 WVC.

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Taylor Varsho scores 20 points in return to court as Marshfield girls basketball knocks off Stevens Point

Posted on 16 December 2011 by paul

Marshfield guard Taylor Varsho runs the fast break during the Tigers' 62-52 win over Stevens Point on Friday night at Marshfield HIgh School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – Marshfield senior Taylor Varsho returned the game action Friday for the first time this season following a knee injury last March and looked like she had never left.

Varsho scored 20 points and freshman Caitlin Michaelis added 18 points to lead the Tigers to a 62-52 win over Stevens Point Area Senior High, handing the Panthers their first loss of the season on Friday night at Marshfield High School.

Varsho had knee surgery following an injury during practice prior to the Tigers’ WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal last March and missed out on the softball season last spring and tennis season this fall while rehabbing. She practiced with the team this season but did not see any game action until Friday and made the most of it.

She scored on a post-up move the first time she shot the ball 55 seconds into the game and scored six points in the first quarter as the Tigers built a 12-10 lead.

Varsho’s three-point play and back-to-back 3-pointers by Michaelis capped a 15-0 run by Marshfield and gave them a 25-10 lead with 4:26 to go in the second quarter. The Tigers led by double digits the rest of the way.

Michaelis hit another 3-pointer and Courtney Bauer scored two of her nine points just before the buzzer to put the Tigers up 34-18 at halftime.

“I feel awesome,” Varsho said, giving credit to all of her doctors and coaches. “My leg feels good. We are young. People look at that and say, ‘Oh they’re not going to be very good, but they’ve got another thing coming. Those freshmen are definitely an asset to our team. Our No. 1 goal is to make it to state this year. It is my last year, and that is everyone’s No. 1 goal.”

The Tigers looked crisp in the first half, making 14 of 21 shots from the field, while holding SPASh to 6 of 26 shooting. Playing three point-guard types at times in Varsho, Michaelis and Darian Molter, along with post players Bauer and Tiffany Stargardt gives Marshfield a lot of options on the offensive end.

“Offensively, we have so many people that can score and so many weapons that we can hurt people in so many different ways,” Marshfield coach Heidi Michaelis said. “If we take care of the ball and can make that extra pass, this is what we can look like.

Varsho hit three 3-pointers in third and Michaelis and Leah Ripp each added another as the Tigers made 7 of 12 shots and 5 of 7 from long range to build a 53-28 lead.

SPASH outscored the Tigers 20-9 in the fourth quarter but only got as close as 10 at the end of the game when Savannah Soik scored eight points in the final 1:17.

“We didn’t finish the game strong, obviously, and that’s what I’m disappointed in,” Heidi Michaelis said. “That’s kind of what you get with a young team. They changed defenses and we didn’t adjust to it. To our credit, we had a big enough lead that we could kind of figure it out as we went. We got killed on the boards (34-19) and that kills me.”

For Varsho, her return couldn’t have gone much better.

“After eight months, it’s been one of the longest journeys ever,” Varsho said. “It felt great to get my feet wet in the water again and just be out there and play with my team again. It was definitely hard to be on the bench for the whole summer and the first three games. I got out there and did my best and it was good to get a big ‘W’ in our first conference game.”

Marshfield (3-1, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference) plays at Wausau West on Tuesday.

Tigers 62, Panthers 52
Stevens Point 10 8 14 20 – 52
Marshfield 12 22 19 9 – 62
Lexus Schroeder 0-0 0-0 0, Bryana Reisenauer 0-0 0-0 0, Savannah Soik 3-3 0-0 8, Haley Kolback 1-4 0-0 2, Lauren Thompson 3-11 0-2 7, Heather Woyak 3-8 2-4 9, McKenzie Taggatz 1-6 0-0 2, Morgan Cebula 3-8 5-13 11, Kallie Krueger 1-2 0-0 2, Nicki Hauser 1-6 0-0 2, Taylor Smola 4-5 1-1 9. FG: 20-53. FT: 8-20. 3-pointers: 4- 11 (Soik 2-2, Thompson 1-4, Woyak 1-2, Taggatz 0-2, Hauser 0-1). Rebounds: 34 (Thompson 6, Woyak 5, Cebula 5). Turnovers: 16. Fouls: 17. Fouled out: Cebula. Record: 3-1, 1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
MARSHFIELD (62): Ellie Kummer 0-0 0-0 0, Taylor Varsho 7-11 3-4 20, Tiffany Stargardt 2-4 0-0 4, Darian Molter 2-4 0-0 4, Caitlin Michaelis 6-9 2-5 18, Sara Fuller 0-0 0-0 0, Leah Ripp 2-5 0-0 5, Courtney Bauer 4-4 1-2 9, Ellie Fehrenbach 1-4 0-0 2. FG: 24-41. FT: 6-11. 3-pointers: 8-13 (Michaelis 4-4, Varsho 3-4, Ripp 1-4, Molter 0-1). Rebounds: 19 (Stargardt 8). Turnovers: 16. Fouls: 14. Fouled out: none. Record: 3-1, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Wisconsin Rapids uses four goals in third period to blow past Marshfield boys hockey

Posted on 15 December 2011 by paul

This story is sponsored by Dental Clinic of Marshfield

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Wisconsin Rapids scored four times in the third period to pull away from Marshfield for a 6-1 win in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys hockey game Thursday night at the South Wood County Ice Center.

Marshfield cut an early 2-0 lead by Rapids in half with a goal by Schuyler Seyfert at the 5:23 mark of the second period, but couldn’t manage another shot past Raiders goalie Cole Paulsen, who had 25 saves.

Rapids put the game away with four goals in the third period, three by Zach Campbell who finished with four in all. He also added an assist. Caleb Schroer assisted on all four Raiders goals in the third period.

Mac Alboreo had 32 saves for the Tigers, who fall to 4-3 and 0-2 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

Marshfield hosts Stevens Point on Tuesday.

Raiders 6, Tigers 1
Marshfield 0 1 0 – 1
Wisconsin Rapids 0 2 4 – 6
Second period:
1. WR, Zach Campbell (unassisted), 0:42; 2. WR, Casey Esselman (Ethan Elgersma, Seth Hillila), 1:14; 3. M, Schuyler Seyfert (ua), 5:23.
Third period: 4. WR, Logan Zimmerman (Campbell, Caleb Schroer), 1:18; 5. WR, Campbell (Schroer), 5:03; 6. WR, Campbell (Esselman, Schroer), 8:24; 7. WR, Campbell (Schroer), 11:22.
Saves: M, Mac Alboreo 18-8-6-32. WR, Cole Paulsen 4-8-8-25.
Records: Marshfield 4-3, 0-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wisconsin Rapids 4-3, 3-1 WVC.

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