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Marshfield boys golf takes second at third leg of Wisconsin Valley Conference tournament

Posted on 04 May 2012 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield boys golf team shot a season-best 325 to finish second Friday at the third leg of the Wisconsin Valley Conference Tournament at Wausau Country Club.

Kyle Hoffman led the Tigers with a 79 to finish seventh individually. All five of the Tigers finished in the top 15 and earned individual points toward the conference tournament series.

Michael Josephson had an 81 to tie for ninth, Josh Berres tied for 11th with an 82, Craig Serchen shot an 83 to take 13th and Brandon Brown tied for 15th with an 85 for Marshfield.

Marshfield held a four-shot lead over Stevens Point after the first nine holes before the Panthers stormed back to shoot a 311 and win the team title for the third straight leg of the WVC tournament.

Marshfield moves into a tie with Wisconsin Rapids for third place in the overall standings.

Matt Sandquist of Wausau West won individual medalist honors with a 75.

Marshfield will play at the fourth leg of the tournament on Tuesday at Merrill and will host the fifth leg on May 11 at Riveredge Golf Course.

Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Golf Tournament
Leg 3, May 4, at Wausau Country Club
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 311; 2. Marshfield 325; 3. D.C. Everest 331; 4. Merrill 358; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 359; 6. Wausau West 362; 7. Wausau East 364.
Top 15 individuals: 1. Matt Sandquist (WW) 75; 2. Alex Okray (SP) and Jacob Daigle (DCE) 77; 4. Ryan Hofmeister (SP), Trevor Thomas (SP) and Colton Woyak (SP) 78; 7. Kyle Hoffman (MAR) 79; 8. Larry Wetzel (DCE) 80; 9. James McDonald (SP) and Michael Josephson (MAR) 81; 11. Josh Berres (MAR) and Coty Guenther (MER) 82; 13. Craig Serchen (MAR) 83; 14. Alex Schremp (WE) 84; 15. Brandon Brown (MAR) and Brady Goska (WR) 85.
Overall standings through three legs
Team standings:
1. Stevens Point 21; 2. D.C. Everest 16; 3. Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield 14; 5. Wausau West 8; 6. Merrill 7; 7. Wausau East 4.
Top 15 individuals: 1. Sandquist (WW) 39.5; 2. Hofmeister (SP) 39; 3. Thomas (SP) 32.5; 4. Okray (SP) 31; 5. McDonald (SP), Wetzel (DCE) and Woyak (SP) 24; 8. Schremp (WE) 19.5; 9. Joe Benbow (WR) 16; 10. Goska (WR) and Daigle (DCE) 15; 12. Aaron Chack (DCE) 12; 13. Mitch Kieffer (DCE) 10; 14. Hoffman (MAR) 9; 15. Brown (MAR) 8.

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Marshfield baseball outslugs Merrill, takes over first place in Wisconsin Valley Conference

Posted on 04 May 2012 by paul

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MERRILL – The Marshfield baseball team notched another come-from-behind victory, outlasting Merrill 11-7 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Friday at Merrill.

With the win, the Tigers improve to 11-5 overall and 6-1 in the WVC. Marshfield pulls one-half game ahead of idle Stevens Point (11-2, 5-1 WVC) in the conference standings.

Merrill falls to 7-8 and 1-6 in the Valley.

Marshfield trailed 5-0 after two innings before exploding for six runs in the third and three in fourth to take the lead.

Daulton Varsho smacked a home run in the fifth and starting pitcher Bo Howard settled down after the first two innings to earn the victory for the Tigers.

Austin Littmann, Elliot Ashbeck and Seth Karl each had two hits for Marshfield. Howard added a two-run double.

Marshfield plays at Wausau East on Tuesday.

Tigers 11, Bluejays 7
Marshfield 006 310 0 – 11
Merrill 230 002 0 – 7
WP:
Bo Howard. LP: Tim Jahnke.
SO: Howard 3, Elliot Ashbeck 1. BB: Howard 5, Ashbeck 0.
Top hitters: MAR, Austin Littmann 2×3, 2 runs; Daulton Varsho HR, 2 runs; Ashbeck 2×4, 2B, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Howard 2B, 2 RBIs; Seth Karl 2×4. MER, Ray Paul 2×4, 2 RBIs; Alex Krug 2×3.
Records: Marshfield 11-5, 6-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Merrill 7-8, 1-6 WVC.

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Top of Merrill’s batting order too much for Marshfield softball

Posted on 04 May 2012 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Brianna LaMonica went 5-for-5 and Kaylin Byer was 4-for-4 to lead the Merrill softball team to a 13-4 win over Marshfield on Friday at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Byer scored four times and LaMonica had two runs scored and two RBIs to provide the Bluejays with nearly half of their runs scored. They combined for nine of Merrill’s 14 hits.

“Their top two batters in the order were 9-for-9 and we just couldn’t keep up with that,” Marshfield coach Mike Voss said. “They played pretty good defense. We just couldn’t get the big hits when we needed them again.”

Sara Sturomski was 2-for-3 and Caitlin Kozik had an RBI double for the Tigers, who fall to 2-9 and 1-6 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. Merrill improves to 6-4 and 3-4 in the Valley.

Marshfield hosts Wausau East on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Bluejays 13, Tigers 4
Merrill 205 230 1 – 13 14 1
Marshfield 211 000 0 – 4 8 4
WP:
Kalie Smeltzer. LP: Caitlin Kozik.
SO: Smeltzer 2; Kozik 0, Kelsey Kuehnhold 3, Miranda Baierl 2. BB: Smeltzer 0; Kozik 1, Kuehnhold 2, Baierl 0.
Top hitters: MER, Kaylin Byer 4×4, 4 runs; Brianna LaMonica 5×5, 2 runs, 2 RBIs. MAR, Sara Sturomski 2×3; Kozik 2B, RBI.
Records: Merrill 6-4, 3-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 2-9, 1-6 WVC.

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Darian Molter has hat trick in Marshfield girls soccer team’s comeback victory over Wausau West

Posted on 04 May 2012 by paul

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WAUSAU – Marshfield scored four goals in a span of just under 12 minutes of the second half to defeat Wausau West 4-2 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer game Thursday at West High School.

Wausau West led 2-0 at halftime before the Tigers finally got things rolling – and they never let up.

Darian Molter scored 5:10 into the second half off an assist from Emily Wolfe to start Marshfield’s onslaught.

Maddie Smith assisted Molter on another goal at the 49:26 mark and 1:11 later Molter completed a hat trick with a goal from an assist by Emily Haws.

Alison Gruen finished the scoring for the Tigers, finding the net on an assist from Molter at 51:49.

“It was so unlike us in the entire first half that the mood at halftime was a little somber,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “The determination and extreme hard work was something we have seen in spurts, but the flurry unleashed in a matter of 6 minutes and 39 seconds was incredible.

“I cannot say enough of their comeback and play after a tough first half. The entire team picked it up so much and they were just not going to go down without a fight.”

Jala Zahn had four saves in goal for Marshfield (7-4-1, 3-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference).

West falls to 4-7-1 and 1-5-1 in WVC action.

The Tigers play at Wausau East on Tuesday.

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Stevens Point softball whips up on Marshfield

Posted on 02 May 2012 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Stevens Point dominated Marshfield, smacking 23 hits in a 24-0 win in a Wisconsin Valley Conference softball game Tuesday at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Stevens Point (10-3, 6-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference) scored 14 runs over the first three innings and added nine more in the fifth to beat the Tigers (2-8, 1-5 WVC) in five innings.

Heather Woyak went 4-for-4 with a double, a three-run homer and seven RBIs for the Panthers. Parris Kurszewski added a two-run home run for Stevens Point.

Nicki Hauser struck out seven, walked one, and limited Marshfield to just two hits to pick up the victory.

Marshfield hosts Merrill on Thursday.

Panthers 24, Tigers 0
Stevens Point 455 19 – 24 23 0
Marshfield 000 00 – 0 2 3
WP:
Nicki Hauser. LP: Caitlin Kozik.
SO: Hauser 7; Kozik 0; Kelsey Kuehnhold 2. BB: Hauser 1; Kozik 2, Kuehnhold 7.
Top hitters: SP, Heather Woyak 4×4, 2B, HR, 7 RBIs; Parris Kurszewski 2-run HR.
Records: Stevens Point 10-3, 6-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 2-8, 1-5 WVC.

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Marshfield golfers fourth again as Wisconsin Valley Conference tournament continues

Posted on 01 May 2012 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Stevens Point took advantage of its home course advantage to put together a team score of 311 and easily win the second leg of the Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Golf Tournament on Tuesday at Stevens Point Country Club.

Stevens Point’s Ryan Hofmeister and Trevor Thomas each shot a 75 to tie for medalist honors, and Colton Woyak took third with a 78, as the Panthers won the team standings by 27 shots over second-place D.C. Everest.

Marshfield placed fourth for the second straight meet, scoring 358, 11 shots in back of third-place Wisconsin Rapids.

Brandon Brown had and 88 and tied for 14th with three other golfers to lead Marshfield.

Josh Berres, Kyle Hoffman and Evan Schneider added 90s, and Craig Serchen shot a 95 for the Tigers.

The third leg of the WVC Tournament will be Friday at Wausau Country Club.

WVC Tournament
Leg No. 2 at Stevens Point Country Club
Team standings:
1. Stevens Point 311; 2. D.C. Everest 338; 3. Wisconsin Rapids 347; 4. Marshfield 358; 5. Wausau West 360; 6. Merrill 364; 7. Wausau East 365.
Top 15 individuals and Marshfield finishers: 1. Ryan Hofmeister (SP) and Trevor Thomas (SP) 75; 3. Colton Woyak (SP) 78; 4. Aaron Chack (DC) 81; 5. Brady Goska (WR) 82; 6. Matt Sandquist (WW) and Alex Okray (SP) 83; 8. Alex Schremp (WE) and Dylan Pitts (DC) 84; 10. Larry Wetzel (DC) 85; 11. James McDonald (SP), Joe Benbow (WR), and Mike Pagel (MER) 86; 14. Brandon Brown (MAR), Alex Witt (WE), Jacob Daigle (DC) and Kyle Koenig (WW) 88; 20. (tie) Josh Berres (MAR), Kyle Hoffman (MAR), Evan Schneider (MAR) 90; 26. Craig Serchen (MAR) 95.
Overall standings through Leg No. 2
Team standings:
1. Stevens Point 14; 2. Wisconsin Rapids and D.C. Everest 11; 4. Marshfield 8; 5. Wausau West 6; 6. Wausau East and Merrill 3.
Top 20 individuals: 1. Hofmeister (SP) 28; 2. Sandquist (WW) 24.5; 3. Thomas (SP) 21.5; 4. McDonald (SP) 17.5, Schremp (WE) 17.5, Okray (SP) 17.5; 7. Benbow (WR) and Wetzel (DC) 16; 9. Goska (WR) 14; 10. Woyak (SP) 13; 11. Chack (DC) 12; 12. Mitch Kieffer (DC) 10; 13. Pitts (DC) 7.5; 14. Brown (MAR), Witt (WE) and Pagel (MER) 7; 16. Berres (MAR) 3; 17. Kyle Koenig (WW) and Jacob Daigle (DC) 1.5; 19. Serchen (MAR) and Kevin Lee (MER) 1.

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Marshfield track teams win seven events at Wisconsin Valley Conference Relays

Posted on 01 May 2012 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – The Marshfield boys and girls track teams combined to win seven events Tuesday at the 2012 Wisconsin Valley Conference Relays at Goerke Field in Stevens Point.

The Marshfield girls team finished fourth in the standings with 80 points. Wausau West won the team title. Boys scores were not reported.

Winning relay titles for the Tigers girls were the discus team of Chelsea Akin, Yasmeena Ougayour and Miranda Forrest; and the team of Bisola Omoba, Martha Kupfer, Susan Omoba and Nikki Youngblood won the 400- and 800-meter relays.

Keiron Howlett and Jeremy Robinson were part of all four of the Marshfield boys victories.

Riley Gebelein, Jeff Allison, Robinson and Howlett won the 800-meter relay, Boson took Allison’s spot and combined with the other three to win the 400 relay; Howlett, Robinson and Allison combined to win the long jump; and Howlett, Robinson and Brad Krueger took first in the triple jump relay.

2012 Wisconsin Valley Conference Relays
Girls
Team scores: 1. Wausau West 125.5; 2. D.C. Everest 104; 3. Stevens Point 97.5; 4. Marshfield 81; 5. Merrill 50; 6. Wausau East 42; 7. Wisconsin Rapids 25.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
900 hurdles:
1. Wausau West (Hailey Deschaine, Davyn Fischer, Kendra Kiepke); 7. Marshfield (Nikki Weis, Mikaya Sebastian).
400: 1. Marshfield (Bisola Omoba, Martha Kupfer, Susan Omoba, Nikki Youngblood) 52.67.
800: 1. Marshfield (B. Omoba, Kupfer, S. Omoba, Youngblood) 1:49.98.
1,600: 1. Stevens Point (Kaitlyn Hintz, Riley Lepak, Makani Peters, Kaitlin Woyak) 4:23.08; 4. Marshfield (Sara Fuller, Amanda Cousins, Weis, Miranda Snortheim) 4:30.55.
3,200: 1. Wausau East (Courtney Frahm, Katelyn Stine, Jamie Dimka, Vanessa Boorse) 10:15.09; 5. Marshfield (Cousins, Kacie Prickett, Sarah Claessens, Chelsea Akin) 11:47.09.
6,400: 1. Wausau West (Sarah Poirier, Michaela Matushak, Marissa Matushak, Ellie Hrdina) 21:42.49.
800 sprint medley: 1. Wausau West (Olivia Bramschreiber, Laura Brunner, Katrina Pagel, Meghan Peters) 1:56.61; 2. Marshfield (B. Omoba, Snortheim, Youngblood, Kupfer) 1:57.90.
1,600 sprint medley: 1. Wausau West (Fischer, Caity Coleman, Mic. Matushak, Hrdina) 4:26.27; 5. Marshfield (Ashleigh Sternitzky, Meghan Padron, Ashley Holubets, Fuller) 4:38.82.
Distance medley: 1. Wausau West (Haley Dodd, Jasmin Samz, Josie Hardell, Poirier) 13:17.25; 4. Marshfield (Madie Koehn, Kate Schumitsch, Holubets, Melissa Brix) 15:07.05.
300 shuttle hurdles: 1. Stevens Point (Morgan Cebula, Emy Janssen, Kelly Johnson) 50.50.
High jump: 1. D.C. Everest (Haley Kroll, Brianna Ziolkowski, Katelyn Schmoll); 2. Marshfield (S. Omoba, Sebastian, Cousins).
Pole vault: 1. D.C. Everest (Grady Keding, Skylar Walkush, Alex Kufalk); 3. Marshfield (Schumitsch, Mariz Brix, Megan Borgemoen).
Long jump: 1. D.C. Everest (Ziolkowski, Brittney Treptow, Faith Eisch); 4. Marshfield (B. Omoba, Schumitsch, Alison Reigel).
Triple jump: 1. Stevens Point (Jordan Gollon, Payton Tepp, Brooke Trzebiatowski); 5. Marshfield (Kupfer, Reigel, Ellie Fehrenbach).
Shot put: 1. Wausau West (Michelle Brandt, Kaite Cihlar, Brianna Holubets); 2. Marshfield (Melissa May, Miranda Forrest, Yasmeena Ougayour).
Discus: 1. Marshfield (Ougayour, Akin, Forrest).
Boys
Team scores not reported
Winners and Marshfield finishers
900 hurdles:
1. Stevens Point (Marshall Bell, Sheldon Harn, Joey Flowerette); 4. Marshfield (Ryan Trierwieler, Matt DeGrand, Will Spindler).
400: 1. Marshfield (Olin Boson, Keiron Howlett, Jeremy Robinson, Riley Gebelein) 43.65.
800: 1. Marshfield (Gebelein, Jeff Allison, Howlett, Robinson) 1:30.98.
1,600: 1. Merrill (Lucas Olson, Lukas Gessler, Bryce Litschour, Alex Oestreich) 3:30.89; 6. Marshfield (Jacob Bauer, Derek Coffren, DeGrand, Trierwieler) 3:47.52.
3,200: 1. D.C. Everest (Luke Merchant, Ben Dietel, Mitch Bratz, Matt Hupy) 8:24.06; 7. Marshfield (Adrian Garcia, Mack Scheppler, Devan Klement, Thomas Kruger) 9:16.25.
6,400: 1. D.C. Everest (Jacob Dirkman, Hupy, Merchant, Mike Bushar) 18:22.19; 5. Marshfield (Ryan Hayes, Nolan Redetzke, Thomas Kruger, Max Tibbett) 20:00.51.
800 sprint medley: 1. D.C. Everest (Brent Esser, Alex Salzman, Eli Jasurda, Cole Scidmore) 1:40.34; 5. Marshfield (Allison, Alex Sainterme, Matt Rickman, Brad Krueger) 1:48.00.
1,600 sprint medley: 1. D.C. Everest (Cody Bramann, Nate Kitchell, Aaron Weaver, Paul Dau) 3:40.65; 5. Marshfield (Boson, Coffren, Sainterme, Scheppler) 3:57.16.
Distance medley: 1. D.C. Everest (Bushar, Weaver, Dau, Dirkman) 10:46.15; 4. Marshfield (Scheppler, Chris Pahl, Hayes, Redetzke) 11:47.68.
330 shuttle hurdles: 1. Stevens Point (Harn, Bell, Josh Pozorski) 50.50; 5. Marshfield (DeGrand, Spindler, Trierwieler, B. Krueger) 54.85.
High jump: 1. Stevens Point (Bell, Sean VanHelden, Mitchell Fuller); 3. Marshfield (Bauer, Pahl, Boson).
Pole vault: 1. Stevens Point (Jesse Johnson, Tyler Kraeger, Jason Bull); 4. Marshfield (B. Krueger, DeGrand).
Long jump: 1. Marshfield (Howlett, Allison, Robinson).
Triple jump: 1. Marshfield (Robinson, Howlett, B. Krueger).
Shot put: 1. D.C. Everest (Jared Gjertson, Adam Decker, Sam Erickson); 7. Marshfield (Brad Schroeder, Alex Arendt, Eric Seehafer).
Discus: 1. D.C. Everest (Erickson, Gjertson, Logan Heil); 7. Marshfield (Andy Wittman, Arendt, Schroeder).

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Marshfield girls soccer falls in overtime to Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 01 May 2012 by paul

Marshfield's Leah Cherney, right, battles Wisconsin Rapids' Maddy Schotten for the ball during Tuesday's game at Griese Park in Marshfield. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield's Maddie Smith advances the ball during the Tigers' Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer game against Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday at Griese Park. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls soccer team continues to come close, but never seems to be able to knock off the top teams in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

The Tigers had second-place Wisconsin Rapids on the ropes for much of Tuesday’s game at Griese Park, but the Raiders scored a late goal and added another with 42 seconds left in overtime to beat Marshfield 3-2.

Rapids improves to 6-5-2 overall and 4-1-1 in the Valley, while Marshfield falls to 5-4-1 and 2-4 in conference.

“All of the teams, I swear we play even with them and in the last minute they have an opportunity and they score,” Marshfield junior Alison Gruen said. “We have a ton of opportunities and never finish them. We have just as many opportunities as they do and they just take advantage of them more than we do. If we take advantage of all the passes we have in the middle and one-on-ones, then we can beat all of the teams. We have a chance against every single team we lost to.”

MacKenzie Lysne scored with 6:14 remaining in regulation to force overtime, and Morgan Elzinga hit the game-winner at 89:18 to give the Raiders the victory.

Marshfield opens up the second half of the Wisconsin Valley Conference season Thursday at Wausau West.

Gruen scored just 1:52 into the game to give Marshfield an early 1-0 lead.

The advantage held through the rest of the first half as Marshfield goalkeeper Jala Zahn made a diving stop on a penalty kick just five seconds before halftime.

“I scored the goal, but it comes from all the passes strung together,” Gruen said. “We had really good momentum in the first half – we had the wind with us. I think we outplayed them more than we expected we would and I knew it would be a hard game.”

Rapids finally broke past Zahn when freshman Megan Charette scored off an assist from Elzinga 19:53 into the second half to tie the game.

Marshfield quickly regained the lead as Gruen scored off an assist from Darian Molter just 1:32 later, but the Tigers couldn’t get any more.

“Our midfield play has really stepped up,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “(Junior) Maddie Smith was marking up on Elzinga and did an outstanding job on her. She basically took her out of the game until she scored the game-winner.

“It was a great game and Rapids is awesome competition. We’re trying to bring our program up to their level.”

Raiders 3, Tigers 2 (OT)
Wisconsin Rapids 0 2 1 – 3
Marshfield 1 1 0 – 2
First half:
1. M, Alison Gruen (Darian Molter), 1:52.
Second half: 2. WR, Megan Charette (Morgan Elzinga), 59:53; 3. M, Gruen (Molter), 61:25; 4. WR, MacKenzie Lysne, 73:46.
Overtime: 4. WR, Elzinga, 89:18.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 6-5-2, 4-1-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 5-4-1, 2-4 WVC.

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Marshfield baseball edges Stevens Point, ties Panthers for first place in Wisconsin Valley Conference

Posted on 01 May 2012 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Luke Wirtz ripped a bases-clearing double to highlight a four-run fourth inning and Elliot Ashbeck struck out nine in a complete-game effort to lead the Marshfield baseball team to a 5-3 win over Stevens Point Area Senior High on Tuesday at Bukolt Park.

With the win, the Tigers move into a tie with SPASH for first place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference at 5-1.

Marshfield trailed 1-0 before getting to Stevens Point starter Logan Mallek. Jaren Hiller had a bases loaded single to tie the game and Wirtz followed with the three-run double to give the Tigers (10-5 overall) a 4-1 lead.

Hiller had a bases-loaded walk in the fifth to push the lead to 5-1. SPASH scored runs in the fifth and sixth but couldn’t get any closer than two.

Ashbeck gave up seven hits and three walks to improve to 3-1 in Valley play. He also had a triple and single to account for two of Marshfield’s six hits.

Marshfield plays at Merrill on Thursday.

Tigers 5, Panthers 3
Marshfield 000 410 0 – 5 6
Stevens Point 010 011 0 – 3 7
WP:
Elliot Ashbeck. LP: Logan Mallek.
SO: Ashbeck 9; Mallek 7, Cal Geise 2. BB: Ashbeck 3; Mallek 3, Geise 2.
Top hitters: M, Ashbeck 2×2, 3B; Luke Wirtz 2B, 3 RBIs.
Records: Marshfield 10-5, 5-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Stevens Point 11-2, 5-1 WVC.

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Marshfield Tigers Soccer Camp slated for June 11-13

Posted on 29 April 2012 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The First Annual Marshfield Tigers Soccer Camp will be held Monday through Wednesday, June 11-13 for all area players that will be going into first through eighth grades.

The camp will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Madison Elementary School field across from Marshfield High School.

Marshfield boys soccer coach Ron Todryk will head a staff of other Marshfield coaches, alumni and current players at the camp.

The camp is designed to help the participants with their fundamentals and the understanding of the game of soccer.

The fee for the camp is $25 and each athlete will receive a camp T-shirt.

For more information and for a registration form, click this link.

MarshfieldAreaSports.com is proud to be a sponsor of the Marshfield Tigers Soccer Camp.

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