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Marshfield football romps Wausau East 56-0

Posted on 30 August 2013 by paul


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WAUSAU – The Marshfield football team rebounded for a tough one-point loss in its season opener, lambasting Wausau East 56-0 in a nonconference game Friday night at Thom Field.

Caleb Alexander and Thomas Gisvold each rushed for two touchdowns, and Daulton Varsho ran back a free kick and a kickoff for touchdowns to lead the Tigers’ onslaught.

Marshfield outgained Wausau East 424-170, including 282-22 on the ground.

Alexander had 88 yards rushing, Keiron Howlett added 82 and Gisvold had 73 on just five carries to pace the Marshfield rushing attack as the Tigers improve to 1-1 this season. East falls to 0-2.

Alexander had rushing touchdowns of 30 and 3 yards in the first quarter. After Mitch Zillman recorded a safety for the Tigers to make it 15-0, Varsho returned the ensuing free kick 66 yards for another score.

Travis Lutz caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Colton Zahradka early in the second quarter and Zach McManus kicked two field goals to put Marshfield on top 35-0 at halftime.

Varsho returned the opening kickoff of the second half 95 yards for another score and Gisvold had TD runs of 20 and 45 yards to close out the scoring.

Marshfield returns to action next Friday when it opens its Valley Association South Division schedule with a home game against Fond du Lac. The game begins at 7 p.m. at Beell Stadium and will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and beginning with pregame at 6:45 p.m.

Tigers 56, Lumberjacks 0
Marshfield 22 13 14 7 – 56
Wausau East 0 0 0 0 – 0
First Quarter

M – Caleb Alexander 30 run (kick missed), 8:33.
M – Alexander 3 run (Brad Krueger kick), 3:35.
M – Safety, Mitch Zillman.
M – Daulton Varsho 66 free kick return (Krueger kick).
Second Quarter
M – Travis Lutz 4 pass from Colton Zahradka (Krueger kick), 7:53.
M – Zach McManus 33 field goal, 4:05.
M – McManus 34 field goal, 0:15.
Third Quarter
M – Varsho 95 kickoff return (Krueger kick), 11:53.
M – Thomas Gisvold 20 run (Krueger kick), 9:39.
Fourth Quarter
M – Gisvold 45 run (Krueger kick), 8:09.
Team Statistics
First downs:
Marshfield 16; Wausau East 8.
Rushing (att-yards): Marshfield 38-282; Wausau East 25-22.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Marshfield 10-18-142-1; Wausau East 11-26-148-2.
Fumbles (no.-lost): Marshfield 1-1; Wausau East 1-0.
Penalties (no.-yards): Marshfield 7-55; Wausau East 2-29.
Individual Statistics
M, Caleb Alexander 10-88, Keiron Howlett 10-82, Thomas Gisvold 5-73, Luke Zuiker 3-13, Devan Wrege 1-8, Colton Zahradka 1-6, Trevor Heiman 5-5, Derek Coffren 2-5, Issac Cline 1-2. WE, Brennan Becker 14-22, Jake Justesen 2-minus 2, Levy Treinen 2-minus 1, Bryce Widmark 4-minus 27.
Passing: M, Zahradka 4-5-51-0, Zuiker 5-7-74-0, Coffren 1-6-17-1. WE, Widmark 11-26-148-2.
Receiving: M, Tanner Boson 3-37, Jeffrey Allison 2-47, Travis Lutz 2-16, Alexander 1-19, Kegan Fasler 1-17, Howlett 1-6. WE, Cameron Gruetzmacher 6-70, Jestesen 2-24, Widmark 2-1, Tim Nass 1-9.
Fumble recoveries (defense): WE, Andy Cravens.
Interceptions: M, Mitch Zillman, Matt Oestreich. WE, Cravens.
Records: Marshfield 1-1; Wausau East 0-2.

Click here to view the Valley Football Association South Division standings and scoreboard

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Marshfield girls swim team ties for 2nd at season-opening Hatchet Relays in Tomahawk

Posted on 30 August 2013 by paul

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TOMAHAWK – The Marshfield girls swim team opened its 2013 season with a second-place finish at the four-team Hatchet Relays on Thursday.

Marshfield finished with 346 points, tying Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce, 80 points behind champion Tomahawk. Merrill was fourth with 256 points.

Marshfield had five third-place finishes in the meet. The 400 medley relay team of Anna Hilbelink, Walker Guzowski, Maggie Huettl and Elizabeth Holbrook (4:57.10); the 200 butterfly relay team of Sarah Claessens, Allison Yale, Hilbelink and Holbrook (2:12.16); the 200 freestyle relay team of Charlotte Urban, Huettl, Katie Treankler and Guzowski (1:59.51); the 200 backstroke relay team of Urban, Karen Scheuer, Yale and Claessens (2:19.06); and the 200 breastroke team of Jillian Behling, Grace Hilbelink, Holbrook and Guzowski (2:34.27).

“We have a great team shaping up this year with good numbers in freshmen and sophomores and strong returning juniors and seniors,” Marshfield coach Faye Egger said. “The girls had fun building team spirit with this meet while getting some initial times under our belts.”

Marshfield returns to action with a dual meet at Holmen on Sept. 5.

2013 Hatchet Relays
Aug. 29 at Tomahawk
Team scores:
1. Tomahawk 444; 2. Marshfield and Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 346; 4. Merrill 256.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
200 medley relay:
1. Tomahawk 1:58.69; 4. Marshfield (Karen Scheuer, Grace Hilbelink, Anna Hilbelink, Maggie Huettl) 2:15.85; 7. Marshfield (Alison Reigel, Katie Treankler, Allison Yale, April Read) 2:44.08.
400 medley relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 4:33.44; 4. Marshfield (Charlotte Urban, Walker Guzowski, Elizabeth Holbrook, Jenna Nordin) 4:58.06; 6. Marshfield (Hannah Voros, Jillian Behling, Sarah Claessens, Read), 5:23.98.
850 freestyle relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 10:03.60; 4. Marshfield (Sierra Johnson, Alexis Bettinger, Yale, Scheuer) 10:40.20; 8. Marshfield (Reigel, Claire Greenlee, Michelle Fernandez, Nordin) 12:35.44.
400 medley relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 4:31.77; 3. Marshfield (A. Hilbelink, Guzowski, Huettl, Holbrook) 4:57.10; 6. Marshfield (Michelle Fernandez, Read, G. Hilbelink, Maddi Hall) 5:39.08.
200 butterfly relay: 1. Tomahawk 1:56.77; 3. Marshfield (Claessens, Yale, A. Hilbelink, Holbrook) 2:12.16; 7. Marshfield (Read, Behling, Bettinger, Hall) 2:36.21.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 1:51.84; 3. Marshfield (Charlotte Urban, Huettl, Treankler, Guzowski) 1:59.51; 6. Marshfield (Scheuer, G. Hilbelink, Nordin, Fernandez) 2:10.35; 9. Marshfield (Reigel, Megyn Stangfeld, Greenlee, Voros) 2:31.81.
200 backstroke relay: 1. Tomahawk 2:03.33; 3. Marshfield (Urban, Scheuer, Yale, Claessens) 2:19.06; 6. Marshfield (Reigel, Bettinger, Nordin, Voros) 2:50.13.
200 breaststroke relay: 1. Ladysmith/Flambeau/Bruce 2;20.13; 3. Marshfield (Behling, G. Hilbelink, Holbrook, Guzowski) 2;34.27; 7. Marshfield (Treankler, Greenlee, Hall, Voros) 3:17.19.
400 freestyle relay: 1. Tomahawk 3:56.93; 4. Marshfield (Huettl, A. Hilbelink, Urban, Claessens) 3:56.93; 7. Marshfield (Bettinger, Treankler, Johnson, Behling) 5:18.76; 8. Marshfield (Greenlee, Fernandez, Hall, Strangfeld) 5:37.32.

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Marshfield girls golf team opens Clover Valley Tournament with win at Whispering Pines

Posted on 30 August 2013 by paul

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CADOTT – Jordyn Fitzgerald and Molly Field tied for fourth with 44s to lead the Marshfield girls golf team to a first-place finish in the first leg of the season-long Clover Valley Golf League tournament on Thursday at Whispering Pines Golf Course. The event was hosted by Stanley-Boyd.

Ana Jensen finished sixth with a 45 just behind Fitzgerald and Field to lift the Tigers to a score of 181, seven shots ahead of Osseo-Fairchild.

Macy Fitzgerald rounded out the Marshfield scores with a 48.

Megan Pokrandt of Eau Claire Regis and Shania Steen of Osseo-Fairchild tied for medalist honors with 42s.

The second leg of the tournament is Tuesday at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

Clover Valley Golf League Tournament
Leg No. 1, Aug. 30, at Whispering Pines Golf Course, Cadott
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 181; 2. Osseo-Fairchild 188; 3. Stanley-Boyd 198; 4. Eau Claire Regis 199; 5. Stevens Point 201; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 203; 7. Neillsville 295.
Top 10 individuals: 1. Megan Pokrandt (ECR) and Shania Steen (OF) 42; 3. Emily Aken (SB) 43; 4. Molly Field (MAR) and Jordyn Fitzgerald (MAR) 44; 6. Ana Jensen (MAR) 45; 7. Amanda Rusy (SB), Hannah Otteveare (ECR) and Megan Roth (SP) 46; 10. Amanda Pederson (OF) and Cierra Botcher (WR) 47.
Other Marshfield golfer: Macy Fitzgerald 48.

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Three former athletes, two state title teams to be inducted into Marshfield Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 5

Posted on 30 August 2013 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Three individuals and a pair of WIAA state championship teams have been announced as 2013 inductees into the Marshfield High School Athletic Hall of Fame, athletic director Nathan DeLany said on Friday.

Dr. Jeffrey Hardacre, Adam Stenavich and Johnalee (Hildebrandt) Kleifgen, along with the 2001 and 2002 WIAA Division1 state championship football teams will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on homecoming weekend, Oct. 4-5.

Hardacre is a 1988 graduate of Marshfield High School and was a four-time letter winner on the boys tennis team.

Hardacre won three Wisconsin Valley Conference singles titles and one doubles championship, and is the only Marshfield boys tennis player to qualify four times for the WIAA State Individual Tournament. He placed third at state in 1988.

Hardacre went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Wisconsin in 1992 and graduated from the Duke University School of Medicine in 1996. He currently is the Section Head of Pancreatic Surgery at University Hospitals Case Medical Center and an Association Professor of Surgery at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio.

Stenavich is a 2001 graduate of MHS and earned two letters in football and three in baseball while a Tiger.

Stenavich was a first-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference defensive and offensive lineman, was named conference defensive player of the year, and was a first-team all-state offensive lineman by the Associated Press and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 2000.

On the baseball diamond, Stenavich was a two-time first-team all-conference selection and played on the WIAA Division 1 state runner-up team in 2000, the only time a Marshfield baseball team has ever qualified for the state tournament.

Stenavich went on to play football at the University of Michigan and played in 42 games, starting 39 at left tackle. He was part of two Big Ten Championship games and was a two-time all-Big Ten first-team selection. Stenavich spent parts of five seasons on NFL practice squads, including two with the Green Bay Packers. Stenavich is now a graduate assistant coach at Michigan.

Kleifgen earned three letters in basketball and two in softball at Marshfield before graduating in 1983.

Kleifgen was a three-time team MVP and two-time first-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference pick in basketball. When she graduated, she held four school records, three of which still stand – most free throws made in a season (76) and in a career (196), and best season free-throw percentage (73.3 percent).

The 2001 Marshfield football team was led by captains Ben Corcoran, Corey Geldernick, Ross Needham and Doug Nordeen, as well as all-state quarterback and player of the year Ben King. The Tigers won the Wisconsin Valley Conference title that season and went on to defeat Kenosha Tremper 24-7 in the Division 1 state championship game under coach Len Luedtke Sr., finishing the season 13-1. King, Corcoran (second team) and Geldernick (honorable mention) were all-state selections and were among the 10 players named to the all-WVC first team.

The 2002 Marshfield football team made it back-to-back state championships, defeating Hartland Arrowhead 20-14 at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. The Tigers finished 13-1 again in 2002, repeating as WVC champions. Team captains Dane Cordes, Ben Menaker, A.J. Rasmussen and John Severda were part of a team that had eight first-team and four second-team all-conference selections.

All inductees will be recognized during pre-game festivities at the homecoming game against Menasha on Oct. 4. The induction banquet will be held Oct. 5 at 5 p.m. at the Marshfield American Legion.

Members of the 2001 and 2002 football teams should contact the Marshfield High School Athletic Office by phone at 715-387-8464 or through e-mail at to make the school aware of your attendance and to obtain information. Tickets are available for all alumni, fans and family for $20 each and can be purchased at the high school main office during regular school hours.

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Marshfield JV2 football team opens season with win over Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 29 August 2013 by paul


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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield JV2 football team, made up of freshmen and sophomores, won its season opener Thursday 20-14 over Wisconsin Rapids at Marshfield High School.

Jared Klein tossed a 7-yard touchdown pass to Derek Michalski with 10 seconds remaining to lift Marshfield to the victory.

Braden Bohman had touchdown runs of 42 and 70 yards, and ran for a two-point conversion for the Tigers.

Sawyer Lovstad, Austin Goode and Mike Damrau led Marshfield in tackles. Goode added an interception and John Roherty recovered a fumble for the Tigers.

Marshfield plays again on Sept. 5 at Ben Franklin Junior High in Stevens Point at 4:30 p.m.

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Marshfield boys soccer grabs road win at Wausau East

Posted on 29 August 2013 by paul

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WAUSAU – Austin Gilbert drilled a direct kick from about 20 yards out to give Marshfield the lead early in the second half and the lead held up as the Tigers defeated Wausau East 3-2 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys soccer game Thursday at East High School.

Marshfield never trailed, taking a 1-0 lead when Alex Sainterme scored at the 16:56 mark of the first half.

East tied the score with 3:39 left in the half on an Evan Sorenson penalty kick, but the Tigers quickly responded when Matt McCann scored off a Sainterme assist 26 seconds later and Marshfield held a 2-1 lead at halftime.

“When Alex scored, you could see the spirit of the team ignite,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said. “It lit a fire under them and you could tell they wanted to win this one and were going to work hard to get it.”

Wausau East tied the score again when Olajuwan Sitte scored 4:41 into the second half, but again Marshfield responded quickly.

Following a penalty call on East at the 48:50 mark, Gilbert lined up a direct kick, bounced it off a player on the Lumberjacks’ wall that was set up in the goalie box. The ball sailed past East goalie Bryce Taylor into the net to give Marshfield a 3-2 lead.

Todryk said Matt DeGrand and Thomas Kruger were matched up on East’s top scorer, Zang Chang, who scored two goals in the Lumberjacks’ opener Tuesday. The Tigers held him without a goal, which was a key to the win, Todryk said.

“Defensively, we played terrific,” Todryk said.

The Tigers (3-2, 1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference) return to action Tuesday at home against Merrill. The game begins at 5 p.m. at Griese Park.

Tigers 3, Lumberjacks 2
Marshfield 2 1 – 3
Wausau East 1 1 – 2
First half:
1. M, Alex Sainterme (unassisted), 16:56; 2. WE, Evan Sorenson (penalty kick), 36:21; 3. M, Matt McCann (Sainterme), 36:47.
Second half: 4. WE, Olajuwan Sitte (ua), 44:41; 5. M, Austin Gilbert (direct kick), 48:50.
Saves: M, Matt Brown 6; WE, Bryce Taylor 7.
Records: Marshfield 3-2, 1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wausau East 2-1, 1-1 WVC.

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Marshfield boys soccer thumps Tomah

Posted on 28 August 2013 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Matt McCann and Matt DeGrand each scored a pair of goals to lead the Marshfield boys soccer team to a 6-0 shutout of Tomah in a nonconference game Wednesday at Griese Park.

Marshfield evened its record at 2-2 with the win.

Jake Limmex scored just 3:14 into the game to give Marshfield the early lead and it all went right after that for the Tigers.

McCann and DeGrand each added a goal before halftime, then scored again in the first 10 minutes of the second half to make it 5-0.

Alex Sainterme scored the Tigers’ final goal with 5:39 left.

Matt Brown had 12 saves and earned his first shutout of the season in goal for Marshfield.

“We’re still not placing the ball that well,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk. We’re hitting some balls right to the keeper or shooting too early. The passing was a lot better than it was last night (in a 1-0 loss to Wausau West on Tuesday).”

Marshfield returns to Wisconsin Valley Conference action Thursday at Wausau East.

Tigers 6, Timberwolves 0
Tomah 0 0 – 0
Marshfield 3 3 – 6
First half:
1. M, Jake Limmex (Brandon Meyer), 3:14; 2. M, Matt McCann (Limmex), 24:48; 3. M, Matt DeGrand (Austin Gilbert), 29:09.
Second half: 4. M, McCann (unassisted), 45:21; 5. M, DeGrand (McCann), 50:45; 6. M, Alex Sainterme (Andres Aguirre), 74:21.
Saves: T, Cody Lenz 14; M, Matt Brown 12.
Records: Tomah 1-2-1; Marshfield 2-2.

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Marshfield volleyball finishes 2-2 at home invitational

Posted on 27 August 2013 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield volleyball team hosted its annual tournament to kick off the 2013 season Tuesday at Marshfield High School.

The Tigers went 2-2, finishing third in the five-team tournament.

Green Bay Notre Dame went a perfect 4-0 to win the title, with Wausau Newman Catholic second with a 3-1 mark. Antigo was 1-3 and Northland Pines finished 0-4.

Both of Marshfield’s losses came after it won the first game of the three-game matches.

Marshfield defeated Antigo 15-25, 25-21, 15-11; lost to Notre Dame 16-25, 25-16, 15-13; beat Northland Pines 25-11, 25-14; and finished with a loss to Wausau Newman 15-25, 25-22, 15-9.

“This is always a great tournament to start with, and I thought this year it was very competitive,” Marshfield coach Dawn Sadowska said. “Even though we have five seniors, our lineup has changed a lot from last year, and it will take a little while for things to run as smoothly as we would like.

“We saw improvement throughout the tournament, but also were able to see some things we need to work more on in practice.”

Courtney Bauer had 31 kills, 11 blocks and six service aces to lead Marshfield in all three categories.

Miranda Forrest added 16 kills, six aces and 26 digs, Stephanie Rhodes had 15 kills and seven blocks, and Tori Nanstad had 76 assists for Marshfield.

Defensively, Jenny Scheppler had 24 digs and Chelsea Akin added 20 digs for the Tigers.

Marshfield will compete at the Sun Prairie Invitational on Friday and Saturday.

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Marshfield girls golf fifth at Holmen Viking Classic

Posted on 27 August 2013 by paul

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HOLMEN – Tomah’s Danielle Ducklow was meet medalist with a 38 and the Timberwolves girls golf team won the team title by three strokes Tuesday at Holmen High School’s 2013 Viking Classic at Drugan’s Castle Mound Golf Club.

Marshfield finished a distant fifth with a score of 193, 15 shots behind Tomah, and had no golfers finish in the top 10.

Molly Field and Ana Jensen each shot 47s, Jordyn Fitzgerald had a 49 and Macy Fitzgerald shot a 50 for the Tigers.

The meet was shortened to nine holes due to the heat.

Marshfield is at Stanley-Boyd on Thursday.

2013 Viking Classic
Aug. 27 at Drugan’s Castle Mound Golf Club
Team scores:
1. Tomah 178; 2. Arcadia 181; 3. Holmen 186; 4. Gale-Ettrick-Trempeleau 187; 5. Marshfield 193; 6. Wisconsin Dells 196; 7. Onalaska 203; 8. Sparta 218; 9. Westby 221; 10. Cochrane-Fountain City 224; 11. La Crosse Aquinas incomplete.
Top 10 individuals: 1. Danielle Ducklow (TOM) 38; 2. Megan Roesler (ARC) and Seridan McCoy (LCA) 42; 4. Courtney Bergum (HOL) and Bailey Schmidt (GET) 43; 6. Lindsay Neitzel (GET), Kenzie Blaschko (ARC), Alayna Tulip (ARC) and Madison McCarthy TOM 45; 10. Konor Auer (GET), Ivy Fedewa (WD) and Taryn Alvin (WD) 46.
Marshfield results: Molly Field 47, Ana Jensen 47, Jordyn Fitzgerald 49, Macy Fitzgerald 50.

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Wausau West edges Marshfield in Wisconsin Valley Conference boys soccer opener

Posted on 27 August 2013 by paul

Marshfield's Jake Limmex moves past the Wausau West defense during the Tigers' 1-0 loss on Tuesday at Griese Park in Marshfield. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

Marshfield’s Jake Limmex moves past the Wausau West defense during the Tigers’ 1-0 loss on Tuesday at Griese Park in Marshfield. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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MARSHFIELD – Time after time, the Marshfield boys soccer team moved the ball in front of Wausau West’s net during Tuesday’s Wisconsin Valley Conference game at Griese Park. And, time after time, the Tigers were denied.

Wausau West scored the game’s only goal with 40 seconds remaining in the first half and made it hold up, beating Marshfield 1-0 in the Valley opener for both teams.

West goalkeeper Sam Wiegert made 11 saves, many on shots from point-blank range, to save the game for the Warriors (1-2 overall).

“There was only that one shot that really tested our keeper, otherwise they were pretty routine saves,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said. “We put their keeper through a tough test and he made some nice, outstanding saves. I have to say you have to give him credit for keeping them ahead in this game.”

Hunter Kuehl scored the lone goal after his shot from 20 yards bounced off Marshfield goalkeeper Matt Brown and rolled into the net just before halftime. Brown finished with nine saves.

Marshfield had numerous opportunities to score, especially in the second half, peppering Wiegert with shots. Wiegert had three saves in the final minute and Marshfield hit some part of the goal on three other occasions in the final 20 minutes, but couldn’t get the ball into the net.

“We were getting the balls through,” Todryk said. “Our patience…we’re shooting a little bit early on some and waiting too long on others. Hopefully that will come around when they get used to playing their positions.”

Marshfield (1-2 overall) has no time to rest, playing a nonconference game at home Wednesday against Tomah and a WVC game at Wausau East on Thursday. Both games start at 5 p.m.

Warriors 1, Tigers 0
Wausau West 1 0 – 1
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
First half:
1. Hunter Kuehl (ua), 39:20.
Saves: WW, Sam Wiegert 11; M, Matt Brown 9.
Records: Wausau West 1-2, 1-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 1-2, 0-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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