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D.C. Everest blanks Marshfield girls soccer

Posted on 17 May 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – D.C. Everest stopped Marshfield’s Wisconsin Valley Conference win streak at three, shutting out the Tigers 3-0 in a girls soccer game Tuesday at Griese Park.

D.C. Everest maintains its lead on top of the WVC standings, improving to 12-4 overall and 8-1 in the Valley. The Tigers fall to 10-6, 6-4 in the WVC.

Gina Widmer scored at the 15:41 mark and Hayley Tobalsky followed with a goal 5 minutes before halftime to give the Evergreens 2-0 lead at the break.

Despite the deficit, Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said he felt good about the Tigers’ play.

“The two goals were direct results of mistakes and it could have easily have been 0-0,” Lindner said. “It was a good first half and as we stressed we need to eliminate mistakes as we play good quality teams.”

Mali Theiss scored D.C. Everest’s final goal in the second half.

Marshfield was outshot 16-8, with Kassi Todryk recording nine saves in goal for the Tigers. Monica Mynsberge had five saves for D.C. Everest.

“Up front, the forward play of Amy Voight and Alison Gruen really pleased the coaches,” Lindner said. “They challenged the opponents as they had the ball and never gave up. Alison has been very consistent all year and even though her stats are not where they were last year, she is playing every bit as well. Amy has lifted her game another notch and earned every minute of playing time she gets.”

Marshfield wraps up its regular season next week with home games against Stevens Point on May 24 and Wisconsin Rapids on May 26.

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Marshfield softball suffers home loss to Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 17 May 2011 by paul

This story is sponsored by: Trudeau Construction and The Tile Guys

MARSHFIELD – Wisconsin Rapids scored three times in the first inning and three more in the third to defeat Marshfield 7-2 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference softball game Tuesday at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

The Raiders had three hits in the first inning and four hits in the third off Marshfield pitcher Rhiannon Baierl, who struck out four and walked three. Baierl allowed just two hits in the other five innings, and gave up none during the final three innings.

Offensively, the Tigers couldn’t capitalize on some scoring chances they had against Rapids pitcher Kelsey Kuhn (seven strikeouts, two walks).

Marshfield pounded eight hits but managed just two runs. Becky Boehning singled and scored on a throwing error in the third, and in the fifth Boehning singled and scored on another single by Baierl. Boehning, Baierl and Lindsey Duerr each had two hits for the Tigers.

“We had six of our seven strikeouts in the first two innings,” Marshfield coach Mike Voss said. “We’d get runners on base and have some untimely strikeouts and weren’t able to get anything going. Both pitchers did a good job and they just had some timely hitting.”

Marshfield plays at D.C. Everest on Thursday and at Mosinee on Friday.

Raiders 7, Tigers 2
Wisconsin Rapids 303 100 0 – 7 9 1
Marshfield 001 010 0 – 2 8 1

WP: Kelsey Kuhn. LP: Rhiannon Baierl.
SO: Kuhn 7; Baierl 4. BB: Kuhn 2; Baierl 3.
Leading hitters: M, Becky Boehning, Lindsey Duerr, Baierl 2 hits each. WR, Makayla Lee 2×3, 2 RBIs.
Records: Wisconsin Rapids 6-9, 3-6 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 3-10, 0-9 WVC.

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D.C. Everest knocks off Marshfield softball

Posted on 16 May 2011 by paul

This story is sponsored by Dental Clinic of Marshfield

MARSHFIELD – D.C. Everest scored in each of the first five innings and took advantage of six Marshfield errors on its way to a 9-3 win over the Tigers in a Wisconsin Valley Conference softball game Monday at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Everest scored twice in the first two innings, added another in the third and three in the fourth to open up an 8-2 lead.

Marshfield managed eight hits against Evergreens pitchers Brenna Poeske and Kaitlyn LePine, but could only muster three runs.

Becky Boehning had two hits, including a double, for the Tigers (3-9, 0-8 Wisconsin Valley Conference). Everest improves to 10-2 and 6-2 in the Valley.

“It’s frustrating knowing that they can make the plays, but there are a lot of plays that come up and it’s a learning experience,” Marshfield coach Mike Voss said of the Tigers’ errors.

Rhiannon Baierl took the loss for Marshfield, striking out three and walking three.

“Rhiannon pitched one of her better games this year,” Voss said. “She got ahead in the count and wasn’t working from behind, which she has struggled with sometimes this year. She made them swing the bats, unfortunately our defense couldn’t be behind her all of the time.”

Marshfield hosts Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday.

Evergreens 9, Tigers 3
D.C. Everest 221 310 0 – 9 10 1
Marshfield 020 000 1 – 3 8 6

WP: Brenna Poeske. LP: Rhiannon Baierl.
SO: Poeske 4, Kaitlyn LePine 1; Baierl 3. BB: Poeske 0, LePine 0; Baierl 3.
Leading hitters: M, Becky Boehning 2×4, 2B; Jenny Krokstrom 2B.
Records: Marshfield 3-9, 0-8 Wisconsin Valley Conference; D.C. Everest 10-2, 6-2 WVC.

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Marshfield girls soccer takes third at Waupaca Tournament

Posted on 14 May 2011 by paul

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WAUPACA – The Marshfield girls soccer team went 2-1 to finish third at the Waupaca Tournament on Saturday.

The Tigers beat Clintonville 4-0, lost to Sauk Prairie 2-0 and topped Eau Claire Regis 2-0 in the third-place game. Marshfield improves to 10-5 on the season.

A Clintonville player kicked in a corner kick by Marshfield’s Alyssa Brenner to get the Tigers on the board just 2:14 into the first game.

Taylor Asplin added a goal five minutes later, on an assist from Darian Molter, and Molter scored three minutes after that off another corner kick from Brenner.

Marshfield made it 4-0 when Courtney Thumann scored on an assist from Abigail Brock at the 22:01 mark.

Marshfield outshot Clintonville 25-2 in the win, with Kassi Todryk making both saves for the Tigers.

Sauk Prairie outshot Marshfield 13-9 in the second game, but the Tigers couldn’t get any of their shots in for a goal.

“We just seemed a step slow and reacted instead of anticipated in the game,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said.

Naomi Crump had eight saves and freshman Nyssa Goers added four for the Tigers.

In the third place game, Molter scored just 3:54 into the game and Emily Haws added a goal off an assist from Emily Brix just before halftime to provide the Tigers with all the offense they would need to beat Regis.

Todryk had six saves in goal for Marshfield, which outshot Regis 28-7.

“It was a long week with six games in five days and the girls will have a well-deserved day off tomorrow,” Lindner said. “It is tough to stay sharp and play at a high level game in and game out, but the team has for the most part responded well all season.

Marshfield hosts Wisconsin Valley Conference leader D.C. Everest on Tuesday at Griese Park.

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Marshfield girls soccer routs Medford

Posted on 13 May 2011 by paul

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MEDFORD – The Marshfield girls soccer team won its fourth-straight game, pounding Medford 7-0 in a nonconference game Friday.

Maddie Smith got the scoring started for the Tigers at the 10-minute mark, and Courtney Thumann followed nine minutes later to put Marshfield up 2-0.

The Tigers made 3-0 before halftime when a Medford defender inadvertently kicked a ball into her own goal trying to clear a shot.

Taylor Asplin, Thumann, Alyssa Brenner and Amy Voight scored in the second half as the Tigers won going away.

Brenner’s goal came on a corner kick, the second straight day she scored from a corner kick.

Naomi Crump had three saves in goal for the Tigers, including a spectacular save to thwart a Medford breakaway attempt.

“That was probably one of the nicest goalie saves of the year as she timed her slide ot make the save,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said.

The Tigers play at the Waupaca Invitational on Saturday.

Tigers 7, Raiders 0
Marshfield 3 4 – 7
Medford 0 0 – 0

First half: 1. MAR, Maddie Smith (Taylor Asplin), 10:00; 2. MAR, Courtney Thumann (unassisted), 19:00; 3. MAR, Medford own goal.
Second half: 4. MAR, Asplin (Allison Gruen, Darian Molter); 5. MAR, Thumann (Abby Brock); 6. MAR, Alyssa Brenner (corner kick); 7. MAR, Amy Voight (Carli Specht).
Saves: Marshfield, Naomi Crump 3; Medford, Tia Hartl 3.
Shots: Marshfield 14; Medford 6.
Records: Marshfield 8-4; Medford not provided.

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Marshfield fifth again at fifth leg of Wisconsin Valley Conference boys golf tournament

Posted on 13 May 2011 by paul

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WAUSAU – Marshfield finished fifth for the fourth-straight time, totaling a score of 352 Friday at the fifth leg of the seven-event Wisconsin Valley Conference Boys Golf Tournament at Greenwood Hills Country Club.

Michael Josephson led the Tigers again, shooting an 83 to tie for ninth place with Joe Ritchay of Wisconsin Rapids.

Larry Wetzel of D.C. Everest and Aaron Bravick of Wisconsin Rapids tied for medalist honors with 76s. Trevor Thomas of Stevens Point was third with a 78 and takes over the top of the individual standings with 62.5 points.

Brandon Brown fired an 88, Josh Berres had a 90 and Evan Schneider shot a 91 for the Tigers, who moved into a tie for fourth place overall with Wausau East and D.C. Everest.

The final two legs of the tournament will be held next week – Tuesday at Riveredge Golf Course in Marshfield and Friday at Stevens Point Country Club.

Wausau West won the team standings with a 330, two shots ahead of Wisconsin Rapids, three in front of D.C. Everest and four ahead of Stevens Point.

Point remains in the lead for the overall team championship, two points ahead of Wisconsin Rapids.

Wisconsin Valley Conference Tournament
Leg No. 5, at Greenwood Hills Country Club, Wausau
Team standings:
1. Wausau West 330; 2. Wisconsin Rapids 332; 3. D.C. Everest 333; 4. Stevens Point 334; 5. Marshfield 352; 6. Wausau East 371; 7. Merrill 419.
Top 10 individuals: 1. Larry Wetzel (DCE) and Aaron Bravick (WR) 76; 3. Trevor Thomas (SP) 78; 4. Mitch Kieffer (DCE) 79; 5. Matt Sanquist (WW), Ryan Hofmeister (SP) and Hunter Falkowski (WW) 81; 8. John Adams (WW) 82; 9. Michael Josephson (MAR) and Joe Ritchay (WR) 83.
Team standings:
1. Stevens Point 31.5; 2. Wisconsin Rapids 29.5; 3. Wausau West 28; 4. Marshfield, D.C. Everest and Wausau East 15; 7. Merrill 6.
Top 10 individuals: 1. Trevor Thomas (SP) 62.5; 2. Matthew Sandquist (WW) 60.5; 3. Larry Wetzel (DCE) 53; 4. Ryan Hofmeister (SP) 51; 5. Alex Okray (SP) 43.5; 6. Aaron Bravick (WR) 40; 7. Michael Josephson (MAR) 36; 8. Alex Schremp (WE) 31.5; 9. Austin Rasmussen (WR) 30.5; 10. Blaine Gould (WW) 28.5.

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Marshfield boys track team first, girls second at Tomah Invitational

Posted on 12 May 2011 by paul

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TOMAH – The Marshfield boys track and field team won six events to claim the team title Thursday at the Justinger Memorial Invitational at Tomah High School.

The Marshfield girls team finished second, winning three events and taking seven second-place finishes.

Both Marshfield teams competed with a limited roster and didn’t compete in every event.

Jeremy Robinson was among the winners for the Tigers boys, taking first in the 200 meters with a time of 22.43 seconds.

Kyle Meek won the 1,600 in 4:44.07, Dan Kniech took first in the 300 hurdles (40.92) and Brad Krueger won the triple jump (43 feet, 7.5 inches) for the Tigers’ other individual titles.

Marshfield’s 400 (Olin Boson, Riley Gebelein, Robinson and Logan Schmitz) and 800 (Jeff Allison, Gebelein, Boson, Schmitz) relay teams also took first place. The 400 team won in 43.97 seconds and the 800 team in 1:32.87.

Kniech also took second in the 110 hurdles (15.60) and Keron Howlett took second in the long jump (20-9) and third in the 200 (23.65) and 110 hurdles (16.35).

Marshfield sophomore Melissa May won the shot put with a toss of 37-4.5, edging teammate Miranda Forrest, who was second with a throw of 33-0.5.

Other winners for the Tigers girls were Kate Schumitsch in the pole vault (8-6) and Yasmeena Ougayour in the discus (104-8).

Schumitsch tied teammate Miranda Forrest for the pole vault title, winning by virtue of accomplishing her height in less attempts.

Alexa Fritsch was second in the 100 meters (13.41), Rebecca Voss took second in the 800 and Susan Omoba finished second in the high jump (4-10) for Marshfield.

The Tigers’ 400 and 800 relay teams also had runner-up finishes. The 400 team of Fritsch, Miranda Snortheim, Nikki Youngblood and Gabriella Myrie had a time of 52.73, and the 800 team of Fritsch, Ashley Sternitzky, Youngblood and Myrie took second in 1:53.30.

Marshfield competes at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Meet at Stevens Point on Tuesday.

Complete results
Team standings:
1. Tomah 196; 2. Marshfield 151; 3. Mondovi 127; 4. Sparta 84; 5. Tomah JV 36.5; 7. Brookwood 35.5; 7. Wonewoc 35
Individual results
100: 1. Cory White (T) 11.18; 3. Riley Gebelein (MAR) 11.25; 4. Logan Schmitz (MAR) 11.60.
200: 1. Jeremy Robinson (MAR) 22.43; 3. Keron Howlett (MAR) 23.65.
400: 1. Brett Vetterkind (MON) 55.02; 4. Colin Korlesky (MAR) 56.58.
800: 1. Sam Fleming (T) 2:08.41; 3. Adam Binder (MAR) 2:10.08; 4. Mack Scheppler (MAR) 2:18.15.
1,600: 1. Kyle Meek (MAR) 4:44.07; 3. Nolan Redetzke (MAR) 5:05.63; 6. Bryan Zimmermann (MAR) 5:18.61.
3,200: 1. Reese Butterfuss (T) 10:18.15.
110 hurdles: 1. Jake Dellamuth (T) 14.93; 2. Dan Kniech (MAR) 15.60; 3. Howlett (MAR) 16.35.
300 hurdles: 1. Kniech (MAR) 40.92; 3. Dan Drach (MAR) 44.00.
400 relay: 1. Marshfield (Olin Boson, Gebelein, Robinson, Schmitz) 43.97.
800 relay: 1. Marshfield (Jeff Allison, Gebelein, Boson, Schmitz) 1:32.87.
1,600 relay: 1. Mondovi 3:36.56.
3,200 relay: 1. Tomah 9:04.71.
High jump: 1. Alex Marten (T) 5-10; 4. Jacob Bauer (MAR) 5-6.
Pole vault: 1. Connor Genrich (T) 12-6; 2. Tyler Stargardt (MAR) 11-0.
Long jump: 1. Malik Figgins (T) 21-2.5; 2. Howlett (MAR) 20-9; 6. Allison (MAR) 19-0.
Triple jump: 1. Brad Krueger (MAR) 43-7.5.
Shot put: 1. Dylan Griffin (T) 49-7.5; 9. Eric Seehafer (MAR) 35-9.5.
Discus: 1. L. Strombergwindau (T) 130-6; 5. Seehafer (MAR) 105-6; 8. Trevor Peterson (MAR) 101-2.
Team standings:
1. Marshfield 144; 2. Mondovi 140; 3. Sparta 135; 4. Tomah 122; 5. Brookwood 59; 6. Wonewoc Center 42; 7. Tomah Gold 16.
Individual results
100: 1. Courtney Gilbert (T) 13.26; 2. Alexa Fritsch (MAR) 13.41; 6. Nikki Youngblood (MAR) 13.83.
200: 1. Diamon Richardson (T) 26.87; 3. Susa Omoba (MAR) 29.53; 5. Meghan Padron (MAR) 30.67; 6. Melissa May (MAR) 30.94.
400: 1. Haley Swanson (S) 1:00.86; 5. Chelsea Akin (MAR) 1:13.68; 8. Hailey Weiler (MAR) 1:15.52.
800: 1. Morgan Williamson (MON) 2:29.47; 2. Rebecca Voss (MAR) 2:29.53; 3. Amanda Cousins (MAR) 2:38.38.
1,600: 1. Amanda Ross (B) 5:36.82.
3,200: 1. Ross (B) 12:45.92.
100 hurdles: 1. Chelsey Arendt (S) 16.14; 3. Amy Krogman (MAR) 18.23; 6. Nikki Weis (MAR) 19.82.
300 hurdles: 1. Arendt (S) 48.35; 4. Kate Schumitsch (MAR) 57.00; 5. Weis (MAR) 57.52; 9. Ashley Sternitzky (MAR) 59.44.
400 relay: 1. Sparta 52.21; 2. Marshfield (Fritsch, Miranda Snortheim, Youngblood, Gabriella Myrie) 52.73.
800 relay: 1. Sparta 1:50.14; 2. Marshfield (Fritsch, Ashley Sternitzky, Youngblood, Myrie) 1:53.30.
1,600 relay: 1. Sparta 4:19.90.
3,200 relay: 1. Mondovi 10:29.01.
High jump: 1. Richardson (T) 5-2; 2. S. Omoba (MAR) 4-10.
Pole vault: 1. Schumitsch (MAR) 8-6; 2. Weiler (MAR) 8-6.
Long jump: 1. Meghan Wiedl (S) 15-2; 6. Schumitsch (MAR) 14-0.5.
Triple jump: 1. Sarah Fanning (S) 32-5.5; 9. Krogman (MAR) 27-3.5.
Shot put: 1. May (MAR) 37-4.5; 2. Miranda Forrest (MAR) 33-0.5; 8. Yasmeena Ougayour (MAR) 28-2.5.
Discus: 1. Ougayour (MAR) 104-8; 3. Akin (MAR) 95-10; 6. Forrest (MAR) 86-9.

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Marshfield girls soccer shuts out Merrill for third win in a row

Posted on 12 May 2011 by paul

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By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls soccer team completed its third season sweep of a Wisconsin Valley Conference opponent, whipping Merrill 3-0 on Thursday at Griese Park.

Darian Molter scored twice and Alyssa Brenner added a goal off a corner kick as the Tigers won their third straight game to improve to 6-3 in the Wisconsin Valley and 7-4 overall.

Marshfield pelted Merrill goalie Breigha Bienfang-Johnas with eight shots early before Molter, the Wisconsin Valley Conference’s leading scorer, found the back of the net at the 23:35 mark to give the Tigers a 1-0 lead.

Later in the half Brenner scored as her corner kick bounced off the hands of Bienfang-Johnas, putting Marshfield up 2-0.

“My goal is to get it into the box so that the forwards or the midfielder can get a good shot off of it or get it off the bounce,” Brenner said. “Getting it anywhere in the 18 (foot box), is gold for a goal.

“We need to get going on our scoring a little bit. I feel that we should get more goals with the scoring opportunities that we have. We’ve been working on it more in the practice and once we get on a roll, we’ll take care of that part of our game.”

Molter added her 10th goal of the conference season at the 67:37 mark for the final tally. Aislinn Koehler assisted on the score.

Marshfield outshot Merrill 36-7. Kassi Todryk had two saves in the first half and Naomi Crump had two in the second half for the Tigers. Both of Crump’s saves came in a 20-second span with just less than 3½ minutes left as the Tigers dominated the ball in the second 40 minutes.

“We’re really stressing passing, one-touches, control and turning upfield, working as a team and not as individuals,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “We’re trying to get everyone to participate, pass and move into space. It’s starting to click a lot more and their starting to play more as a group.”

Marshfield plays a nonconference game Friday at Medford and will take part in the Waupaca Tournament on Saturday before returning to WVC action, facing the top three teams in the conference standings over the final two weeks of the schedule.

The Tigers hosts first-place D.C. Everest on Tuesday, Stevens Point on May 24 and Wisconsin Rapids on May 26. All three opponents beat Marshfield earlier in the season – Point and Rapids by identical 2-1 scores.

“We didn’t have a full team against Point (the first time) and we only lost 2-1, so I think that will be a better matchup for us,” Brenner said. “We played them close, we played Rapids close, they were one-point games. We will have some vengeance going into those games next time.”

Tigers 3, Bluejays 0
Merrill 0 0 – 0
Marshfield 2 1 – 3

First half: 1. MAR, Darian Molter (unassisted), 23:35; 2. MAR, Alyssa Brenner (corner kick), 35:57.
Second half: 3. MAR, Molter (Aislinn Koehler), 67:37.
Shots: Marshfield 37, Merrill 6. Saves: MAR, Kassi Todryk 2; Naomi Crump 2. MER, Breigha Bienfang-Johnas 20.
Records: Merrill 0-11-1, 0-8 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 7-4, 6-3 WVC.

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Marshfield keeps pace in Valley baseball chase with win over Wausau East

Posted on 11 May 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Sully Luepke was 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored, and Austin Littmann and Elliot Ashbeck each added two hits as the Marshfield baseball team slipped past Wausau East 7-3 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game on Tuesday at Jack Hackman Field.

The win keeps Marshfield in the thick of the WVC championship race, improving its record to 7-3 overall and 5-2 in the conference, 1 ½ games behind first-place Wausau West. East falls to 5-7 and 1-5 in the Valley.

Marshfield scored a pair of runs in the first inning and three more in the second to take a 5-1 lead.

East cut it to 5-3 off Ashbeck, the Tigers’ pitcher, but only had one hit over the final three innings and couldn’t plate another run.

Marshfield added single runs in the fourth and sixth innings and Luepke scored both times.

Ashbeck struck out seven and walked one, allowing just three hits.

The Tigers host Chippewa Falls in a nonconference game Thursday and host its annual tournament on Saturday at Jack Hackman Field.

Tigers 7, Lumberjacks 3
Wausau East 012 000 0 – 3 3 3
Marshfield 230 101 x – 7 10 4

WP: Elliot Ashbeck. LP: Zweck.
Leading hitters: M, Austin Littmann 2×3, 2 runs, 2 SBs; Daulton Varsho 1×3, 2 runs; Ashbeck 2×4, RBI; Sully Luepke 2×4, 2 runs, RBI; Bo Howard 2 RBIs; Sean Koran 1×2, 2 RBIs.
Records: Marshfield 7-3, 5-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wausau East 5-7, 1-5 WVC.

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Voight lifts Marshfield girls soccer to win over Wausau East

Posted on 10 May 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Amy Voight filled in nicely at forward, assisting on one goal and scoring her first of the season to help the Marshfield girls soccer team to a 3-1 win over Wausau East in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Tuesday at Griese Park.

Freshman Darian Molter scored the only goal of the first half to give the Tigers a 1-0 lead.

After Gabby Charles tied the game for East 3:24 into the second half, Molter scored the game-winner at the 56:57 mark off an assist from Voight.

Voight scored unassisted later in the half to ice the victory for the Tigers, who improve to 6-4, 5-3 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. East drops to 1-9, 1-6 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

“It was great to see Amy Voight step up and play so well on the offensive end,” Marshfield coach Steve Lindner said. “Normally she has played defense, but we were a little shorthanded on offense and moved Amy to forward and she responded in a huge way. Impressive is all I can say about her play.”

Marshfield’s defense, which has allowed just 10 goals in eight conference games, was led by Megan Marotz and the play of Leah Cherney, Sarah Wolff, Alyssa Brenner and Aislin Koehler, Lindner said.

“We have been really pressing the girls to play better and to transition upfield quicker and better, but in the second half it started to click and the showed their potential,” Lindner said.

Marshfield hosts Merrill on Thursday at 5 p.m.

Tigers 3, Lumberjacks 1
Wausau East 0 1 – 1
Marshfield 1 2 – 3

First half: 1. M, Darian Molter (Courtney Thumann), 32:45.
Second half: 2. WE, Gabby Charles (unassisted), 43:24; 3. M, Molter (Amy Voight), 56:57; 4. M, Voight (ua).
Records: Wausau East 1-9, 1-6 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Marshfield 6-4, 5-3 WVC.

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