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Three Stratford wrestlers win Marawood titles

Posted on 30 January 2010 by paul

Stratford's Ben Robers controls Ryan Lenard of Marathon on his way to a 15-0 win in the 160-pound championship match at the Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at Athens High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

By Paul Lecker

ATHENS – Edgar had the team title wrapped up before the championship matches of the Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at Athens High School, but the Stratford Tigers had some business to take care of anyway.

The Tigers won three individual titles and vaulted into second place in the conference standings.

Evan Bohman (135 pounds), Ben Robers (160) and Indy Spindler (289) won titles for Stratford and the Tigers ended up taking second in both the dual meet season and in the tournament behind Edgar.

The three titles, and a second-place finish by Mark Marquardt at 145, pushed Stratford from fourth place past Chequamegon and Athens.

“Evan Bohman worked really hard with a lot of off-season training, so it was neat for him to pull that out,” Stratford co-coach Joe Schwabe said. “Ben Robers, a senior, has really stepped it up.

“Indy’s, he’s just kind of a beast lately. The Auburndale wrestler is an honorable mention all-state, so he’s no slouch. So I’ll take three titles any day.”

Bohman (26-1) won his first Marawood title with a 5-4 win over Colton Ocker of Chequamegon. A takedown early in the third period sealed the win as Bohman was able to ride his way to the end of the match.

Robers (27-7), who also won his first conference title, was dominant.

He earned a takedown early and controlled Marathon’s Ryan Lenard throughout, eventually winning by technical fall 15-0.

“It means a lot, first (championship) ever,” Robers said. “I’m aiming to make it to state – become a state qualifier and hopefully place.”

Spindler improved to 33-3 and was as dominant, just a little quicker. Spindler took control of Auburndale’s Dave Altmann midway through the first period and pinned him at the 1:39 mark to win his second Marawood championship. It was the fourth time Spindler wrestled Atlmann this season.

“I just go wrestle, hit what’s there,” Spindler said. “You don’t even worry about too much, just relax and go with what he gives you.”

Auburndale finished last in the team standings but had two second-place finishes – Clint Moscinski at 152 and Altmann.

Andrew Ringquist was third at 130, and Kyle Kundinger (119) and Cody Kundinger (125) finished fourth for the Apaches.

“We lost a tough one at 125 (Cody Kundinger) in overtime. That was probably the toughest weight class here,” Auburndale coach John Karl said. “It was a good experience for him and will get him ready for regionals in two weeks.

“Heavyweight (Altmann) did a nice job to get to the finals, and (Moscinski) did a good job at 152 in getting second place. He wrestled well in the finals. There were a few matches we could have won – but that’s been kind of how our season’s gone, can’t finish some off.”

Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament
Team scores: 1. Edgar 241; 2. Stratford 124.5; 3. Chequamegon 120; 4. Athens 109.5; 5. Pittsville 91.5; 6. Marathon 91; 7. Phillips 86; 8. Auburndale 74.

Championship: Brandon Manecke (ED) def. Danny Trimner (ATH) 6-3 in OT.
3rd place: Jake Carden (CHE) won by major decision over Leipart Nate (PH) 16-5.
5th place: Jared Fox (P) won by tech fall over Randy Hoefs (STR) 15-0.
Championship: Anthony Lemanski (ED) def. Luke Fitzsimmons (MAR) 11-6.
3rd place: Kyle Runnheim (PHI) def. Dylan Willemssen (ATH) 13-8 in OT.
5th place: Tim Leach (CHE) def. won Scott Worlund (PIT) 6-2.
Championship: Jake Frane (ED) pinned Rob Grigsby (PHI) in 5:29.
3rd place: Dillan Finck (ATH) won by disqualification over Kyle Kundinger (AUB).
5th place: Tyler Beckman (PIT) pinned Kenray Barnabas (CHE) in 4:15.
Championship: Paul Napierala (ED) def. Alex Brickheimer (MAR) 5-3.
3rd place: Dustin Finck (ATH) def. Cody Kundinger (AUB) 1-0.
5th place: Jake Kraetke (CHE) def. Eddie Kleinhenz (PIT) 10-3.
Championship: Matt Nowak (ED) pinned Chais Wakefield of (CHE) in 2:20.
3rd place: Andrew Ringquist (AUB) pinned Nick Skotzke (PHI) in 5:19.
5th place: Tyler Hiles (PIT) won by major decision over Zack Hieronimus (ATH) 14-3.
Championship: Evan Bohman (STR) def. Colton Ocker (CHE) 5-4.
3rd place: Cody Henderson of (PHI) def. Jon Hiebl (ED) 8-4 in OT.
5th place: Cody Draeger (MAR) pinned Luke Peter (ATH) in 3:11.
Championship: Luke Nowak (ED) def. Jake Fitzsimmons (MAR) 10-7.
3rd place: Eric Hahn (PIT) def. Ron McKuen (CHE) 7-5.
5th place: Brady Guse (AUB) def. Derek Dehlinger (STR) 7-2.
Championship: Devon Meyer (CHE) def. Mark Marquardt (STR) 4-3.
3rd place: Dominique Lehman (ED) def. Ben Diedrich (ATH) 9-4.
5th place: Brennan Sedivy (MAR) pinned Levi Parr (PHI) in 5:05.
Championship: David Trimner (ATH) def. Clint Moscinski (AUB) 4-2.
3rd place: Andre Tackes (STR) def. Tyler Crawford (ED) 9-2.
5th place: Jon Lemanski (MAR) pinned Devin Dalby of (CHE) in 3:14.
Championship: Ben Robers of (STR) won by tech fall over Ryan Lenard (MAR) 15-0.
3rd place: Lee Friedl (PIT) def. Kyle Mareno (PHI) 7-0.
5th place: Aaron Swenson (AUB) pinned Brandon Schreiner (ATH) in 2:52.
Championship: Doug Wagner (ED) def. Aaron Peaslee (PIT) 12-0.
3rd place: Jake Armstrong (CHE) pinned Tylyn Hoover (STR) in 3:42.
5th place: Nicholas Rudolph (ATH) received a bye.
Championship: Andy Borchardt (ED) won by tech fall over Peter Polacek (PHI) 15-0.
3rd place: Luke Radke (STR) pinned Evan Hart (ATH) in 3:57.
5th place: Cory Miesbauer (CHE) pinned Andy Fox (PIT) in 1:23.
Championship: Aaron Karlen (ED) won by tech fall over Olie Voight (PIT) 20-4.
3rd place: Hunter Frahm (ATH) pinned Jake Kauth (STR) in 5:06.
5th place: Sam Schwie (PHI) pinned Matt Garbelman (MAR) in 0:39.
Championship: Indy Spindler of (STR) pinned Dave Altmann (AUB) in 1:39.
3rd place: Kyle Krohn (PIT) def. Charlie Cooley (CHE) 10-4.
5th place: Ryan Reichenbach (ED) pinned Mitch Franke (MAR) in 0:40.

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Spencer rallies to beat Loyal

Posted on 30 January 2010 by paul

SPENCER – The Spencer girls basketball team dominated Loyal in the second half, outscoring the Greyhounds 27-16 on its way to a 41-34 Cloverbelt Conference East Division win Friday at Spencer High School.

The Rockets trailed 18-14 at halftime before erupting over the second 16 minutes to win for the fifth time in their last six games and improve to 8-4 overall and 7-3 in the Cloverbelt East.

Krystal Weier scored nine points and Courtney Schulz added eight to lead a balanced attack for the Rockets. Spencer struggled shooting, making just 13 of 45 shots from the field and 15 of 31 from the free-throw line.

However, Spencer’s defense returned the favor, holding the Greyhounds (6-8, 5-5 Cloverbelt East) to just 12 of 50 shooting. Loyal couldn’t make up any ground on the free-throw line either, making only 8 of 20.

Spencer plays a pair of road games next week – at Edgar in a nonconference affair on Monday, and at Augusta in a Cloverbelt East game on Thursday.

Rockets 41, Greyhounds 34
Loyal 9 9 7 9 – 34
Spencer 8 6 10 17 – 41
LOYAL (34):
Breanna Lavene 1-6 1-6 3, Alli Johnston 2-7 0-0 4, Kahri Rueth 5-11 1-1 13, Sarah Weyer 1-3 2-5 4, Karissa Rueth 1-9 0-2 2, Jennah Fulwiler 0-3 0-0 0, Britney Weyhmiller 0-2 2-2 2, Caitlyn Weinfurtner 2-9 2-4 6. FG: 12-50. FT: 8-20. 3-pointers: 2-9 (Kah. Rueth 2-5, Weyer 0-1, Kar. Rueth 0-1, Johnston 0-2). Record: 6-8, 5-5 Cloverbelt East.
SPENCER (41): Deanna Szybowicz 3-8 0-0 6, Krystal Weier 2-8 5-6 9, Jenna Hagen 1-3 2-4 4, Danica Johnson 0-1 0-3 0, Stacey Baumgartner 1-5 0-2 2, Courtney Schulz 2-6 4-8 8, Tara Matter 1-2 0-2 2, Kyleigh Hebert 1-6 2-2 4, Aubrie Bissonette 2-6 2-4 6. FG: 13-45. FT: 15-31. 3-pointers: 0-2 (Szybowicz 0-1, Weier 0-1). Rebounds: 23 (Baumgartner 8). Record: 8-4, 7-3 Cloverbelt East.

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Strong second half lifts Apaches past Stratford

Posted on 30 January 2010 by paul

STRATFORD – Auburndale outscored Stratford 16-1 in the third quarter to pull away to a 45-24 Marawood Conference South Division girls basketball victory Friday at Stratford High School.

The Apaches (8-5, 5-3 Marawood South) won for the fourth time in five games to remain in fourth place in the conference standings.

Kelly Tomfohrde scored 10 points and was the only Auburndale player in double figures, but nine Apaches scored in the balanced effort.

Stratford led 9-7 after one quarter but managed only 15 points the rest of the way and falls to 3-11 overall and 1-7 in the Marawood South.

The Tigers were just 8 of 33 shooting from the field.

Auburndale has a nonconference game at home Monday against Rib Lake and gets back into Marawood play on Thursday at Northland Lutheran. Stratford is off until next Thursday when it plays at Pittsville.

Apaches 45, Tigers 24
Kayleigh Kundinger 0-2 0-0 0, Kayla Nikolay 1-5 0-1 2, Kelly Tomfohrde 4-6 2-2 10, Sam Karl 0-1 2-2 2, Katie Willfahrt 3-4 0-0 6, Lindsay Gotz 2-10 0-0 4, Kayla Leibl 2-5 1-1 5, Melissa Hartle 2-3 1-1 5, Liz Breu 3-3 1-1 7, Cassie Panzer 2-3 0-0 4, Stacie Lang 0-0 0-0 0. FG: 19-42. FT: 7-8. 3-pointers: 0-0. Rebounds: 27 (Breu 5, Leibl 5). Record: 8-5, 5-3 Marawood South.
STRATFORD (24): Samantha Frombach 0-2 1-1 1, Macy Busche 1-2 0-1 2, Sara Griesbach 2-5 0-0 5, Rachel Ludwig 1-2 0-0 2, Dani Austin 2-9 2-2 6, Jenessa Denfeld 0-6 0-0 0, Hannah Schmitt 2-7 2-4 6. FG: 8-33. FT: 7-9. 3-pointers: 1-4 (Griesbach 1-4). Rebounds: 27 (Schmitt 9). Record: 3-11, 1-7 Marawood South.

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Marshfield survives scare, knocks off Rapids

Posted on 30 January 2010 by paul

Marshfield sophomore guard Taylor Varsho drives to the basket during the first half of Friday's game against Wisconsin Rapids at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

By Paul Lecker

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls basketball team found itself in a position it hadn’t been in during the Wisconsin Valley Conference season thus far – trailing in the second half of a game.

Down by two midway through the third quarter, the Tigers rallied with 10 straight points and went on to a 56-42 win over Wisconsin Rapids for their sixth straight victory in Valley action.

Taylor Varsho survived a poor shooting performance (5-for-18 from the field, 4-for-9 free throws) to lead the Tigers with 17 points. Leah Ripp (10 points) and Eleni Seitz (nine points, seven rebounds) came off the bench to provide Marshfield with a boost.

The spark off the bench by Ripp, a sophomore, and Seitz, a junior, was just what Marshfield needed as it saw a double-digit lead evaporate in the middle of the third quarter. Seitz and Ripp each scored seven points in the second half.

“Our bench had huge games,” said senior Kelsey Weigel, who scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds. “Eleni stepped it up and grabbed some boards, and Leah hit her shots, which was really nice and put us back in the game.”

Marshfield (11-2, 6-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference) was hot early, making six of its first eight shots to jump out to a 13-2 lead.

Wisconsin Rapids (6-8, 3-3 WVC) hung within striking distance in the second quarter. After falling behind 21-10, the Raiders closed the half with a 9-3 run as five different players scored.

Rapids closed out a 12-0 run that bridged the end of the second and beginning of the third quarters to take its first lead. Stephanie Wisen’s layup put the Raiders up 26-24 with 4:27 to go in the third.

After each team exchanged baskets, the Tigers inexplicably flipped a switch and immediately found their groove.

Taylor Varsho and Ripp hit back-to-back 3-pointers to spark a 10-0 run for the Tigers.

“We definitely hit a spot there where we struggled offensively and defensively,” Marshfield coach Heidi Michaelis said. “For our kids, we definitely had a gut-check time. We were down by two, then we settled in. We called off the press because it just wasn’t working. We played solid half-court ‘D’ in that last quarter and a half, and ran better offense.

“Eleni Seitz came in and did a great job, finished underneath, and Leah Ripp came in. We had different people score some points for us, and that made a big difference.”

Victoria Gurtler and Wisen scored to get the Raiders back to within four of the lead, but Marshfield continued its hot shooting, scoring nine of the next 11 points to open up another double-digit lead. Rapids got no closer than nine over the final 5 minutes.

“We decided we had to work as a team and stop yelling at each other on the court,” Weigel said of the way the Tigers closed out the game. “We just had to step it up individually and as a team. I think once we fell into our half-court defense, it worked better for us.”

Marshfield plays at Rhinelander on Tuesday before returning home for a game against second-place Wausau West next Friday.

Tigers 56, Raiders 42
Wis. Rapids 8 11 13 10 – 42
Marshfield 15 9 14 18 – 56
Hailee Frank 2-9 0-0 4, Nicole Slovensky 2-5 0-2 4, Stephanie Wisen 6-13 0-0 12, Ashlyn Wagner 1-1 0-0 2, Maisie Langhoff 2-3 0-0 4, Elizabeth Morrison 1-1 0-0 2, Erica Langholff 1-1 4-4 6, Mariah Richardson 0-1 0-0 0, Victoria Gurtler 3-5 2-4 8. FG: 18-39. FT: 6-10. 3-pointers: 0-5 (Frank 0-3, Wisen 0-1, Richardson 0-1). Rebounds: 19 (Frank 6). Total fouls: 18. Fouled out: none. Record: 6-8, 3-3 Wisconsin Valley.
MARSHFIELD (56): Taylor Varsho 5-18 4-9 17, Andie Varsho 3-7 2-3 8, Leah Ripp 4-7 0-2 10, Kelsey Weigel 3-4 2-2 8, Alyssa Brenner 1-2 0-0 2, Amelia Eckes 1-4 0-0 2, Sarah Wolff 0-0 0-0 0, Eleni Seitz 4-6 1-2 9. FG: 21-46. FT: 9-20. 3-pointers: 5-15 (T. Varsho 3-11, Ripp 2-3, A. Varsho 0-1). Rebounds: 26 (Seitz 7, Weigel 5). Total fouls: 9. Fouled out: none. Record: 11-2, 6-0 Wisconsin Valley.

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Marshfield boys come back to beat Rapids

Posted on 30 January 2010 by paul

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Ryan Danczak scored 17 points and Cale Zuiker added 14 points as the Marshfield boys basketball team stayed in sole possession of first place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference with a come-from-behind 59-50 win over Wisconsin Rapids on Friday.

The Tigers (11-3 overall, 6-1 Wisconsin Valley Conference) trailed 33-28 at halftime as the Raiders hit seven of their 10 3-pointers in the opening 16 minutes.

Marshfield battled back with a 14-6 advantage in the third quarter and held off the Raiders (7-8, 3-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference) with solid free-throw shooting in the fourth quarter. The Tigers finished 12 of 17 from the line and held Wisconsin Rapids to just 17 points in the second half.

Elliott Ashbeck added 10 points for Marshfield.

The Tigers host Merrill in a nonconference game on Monday to start a week in which they will play three games. Marshfield hosts Rhinelander in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game Tuesday, then travels to play at second-place Wausau West next Friday.

Tigers 59, Raiders 50
Marshfield 16 12 14 16 – 59
Wis. Rapids 20 13 6 11 – 50
Sully Luepke 8, Elliott Ashbeck 10, Ryan Danczak 17, Cale Zuiker 14, Ben Johnson 3, Antoine Brown-Hainz 3, Jake Scheppler 4. 3-pointers: 5 (Ashbeck 1, Danczak 2, Zuiker 2). Record: 11-3, 6-1 Wisconsin Valley.
WIS. RAPIDS (50): Dylan Lubeck 10, Cort Halbur 6, Bobby Blom 6, Ryan Nieman 3, Joe Ritchay 11, Bob Slovensky 10, Frank Vruwink 4. 3-pointers: Lubeck 2, Halbur 2, Nieman 1, Ritchay 3, Slovensky 2. Record: 7-8, 3-4 Wisconsin Valley.

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Owen-Withee too much for Columbus

Posted on 29 January 2010 by paul

OWEN – Paige Albrecht scored 13 points for Marshfield Columbus Catholic, but the Dons fell behind early and never recovered, losing to Owen-Withee 56-40 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division girls basketball game Friday night at Owen-Withee High School.

The Blackhawks (9-3, 8-2 Cloverbelt East) led 14-6 after one quarter. The Dons cut the deficit to six by halftime, but were outscored by 10 in the second half and lost for the third time in four games.

Kayla Fleishmann scored seven points and Elizabeth Manlick added six for Columbus, which falls to 8-5, 6-3 in the Cloverbelt East.

Columbus returns to action next Thursday at home against Colby.

Blackhawks 56, Dons 40
Columbus 6 13 10 11 – 40
Owen-Withee 14 11 15 16 – 56
Paige Albrecht 4-11 5-11 13, Abby Studinger 0-1 0-0 0, Olivia Larson 0-2 0-0 0, Nikki Karl 2-7 0-0 4, Deanna Kaiser 1-6 2-3 4, Kayla Fleishmann 2-10 3-4 7, Taylor Weister 2-8 0-4 4, Elizabeth Manlick 3-6 0-2 6, Angie Seubert 1-2 0-0 2. FG: 15-46. FT: 10-24. 3-pointers: 0-7 (Karl 0-3, Larson 0-2, Albrecht 0-1, Kaiser 0-1).
OWEN-WITHEE (56): No individual statistics provided.

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Marshfield gymnasts fall to SPASH

Posted on 29 January 2010 by paul

STEVENS POINT – Marshfield’s Katie Golden finished third in the all-around and Kami Oppman was fourth in the Tigers gymnastics team’s 135.025-117.025 loss to Stevens Point Area Senior High on Thursday in a Wisconsin Valley Conference dual meet.

SPASH’s Megan Courtney won the all-around with a score of 35.075 and Hailee Mattmiller was second with a score of 34.050 for the Panthers.

Golden finished with a score of 30.175 – her top score was an 8.1 in the vault.

Oppman had an all-around score of 30.1.

Myranda Schmitt, who finished fifth in the all-around for the Tigers (28.175), had the Tigers’ top placement, taking fourth in the vault (8.55).

Marshfield hosts Medford and Chippewa Falls in a triangular meet on Tuesday in the Tigers’ final home performance of the season.

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Spencer/Columbus wrestlers record 7 pins in win

Posted on 29 January 2010 by paul

OSSEO – The Spencer/Marshfield Columbus wrestling team recorded seven pins Thursday in a dominating 52-25 Cloverbelt Conference dual meet victory over Osseo-Fairchild/Augusta/Altoona.

Jake Welsh (152 pounds) and Tye Ackman (160) started the match with pins for the Rockets, who finish their Cloverbelt dual meet season at 4-2.

Nick Vaughan (215), Josh Werstovshek (285) and Ashley Stini (103) had consecutive pins following a pair of wins by Osseo-Fairchild, and later in the match Rudy Nieman (130) and Austin Mahoney (145) posted pins for the Rockets.

James Rogers won by major decision, 9-0, at 140, and Danny Schubert won by forfeit at 135 for Spencer/Columbus’ other victories.

The Rockets are off until the Cloverbelt Conference Tournament on Feb. 6 at Loyal.

Spencer/Columbus 52, Osseo-Fairchild/Augusta/Altoona 25
Jake Welsh (SC) pinned Cody Kostka in 3:00.
160: Tye Ackman (SC) pinned Dawson Kuehn in 1:44.
171: Justin Poirier (O) pinned Luke Bump in 4:50.
189: Tanner Larson (O) won by technical fall over Devon Cline 22-5.
215: Nick Vaughan (SC) pinned Jordan Beeken in 1:45.
285: Josh Werstovshek (SC) pinned Nolan Schenn in 0:45.
103: Ashley Stini (SC) pinned Bruce Walters in 0:42.
112: Ryan Hanson (O) won by major decision over Brady Zias 14-4.
119: Anthony Michels (O) won by major decision over Ryan Stange 12-2.
125: Dylin Steinke (O) pinned Dylan Cline in 3:44.
130: Rudy Neiman (SC) pinned Beau Buckmaster in 1:31.
135: Danny Schubert (SC) won by forfeit.
140: James Rogers (SC) won by major decision over Andrew Peterson 9-0.
145: Austin Mahoney (SC) pinned Joel Sorenson in 3:26.

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Auburndale boys basketball team wins fourth straight

Posted on 29 January 2010 by paul

AUBURNDALE – The Auburndale boys basketball team won for the fourth straight time, and for the third time in four nights, dominating Northland Lutheran 43-29 in a Marawood Conference South Division game Thursday at Auburndale High School.

The win pushes the Apaches’ record to 10-5 overall and 6-3 in the Marawood South, holding on to their tie for third place in the standings with Edgar. Auburndale plays at Edgar on Tuesday.

Northland Lutheran falls to 4-9 and 2-7 in conference play.

Garrett Nikolay scored 15 points and added six rebounds and six steals for the Apaches. C.J. Castellano added eight points and four steals, and Tyler Pankratz scored seven points and grabbed a team-high eight rebounds for Auburndale.

Matt Klieforth had 10 points to lead the Wildcats.

Auburndale put the game away after a tight first half. Leading 17-16 at the break, the Apaches outscored Northland Lutheran 20-4 in the third quarter.

Apaches 43, Wildcats 29
No. Lutheran 6 10 4 9 – 29
Auburndale 8 9 20 6 – 43
Troy Hoyord 1-5 0-0 2, Isaac Dahlke 2-10 0-0 5, Sam Haen 0-0 0-0 0, Kyle O’Malley 1-1 0-0 2, Brett Boeck 1-4 0-0 3, James Kammueller 0-2 0-2 0, Travis May 3-9 1-4 7, Matt Klieforth 4-5 2-2 10. FG: 12-36. FT: 3-8. 3-pointers: 2-12 (Dahlke 1-6, Boeck 1-4, Hoyord 0-2). Rebounds: 18 (Kammueller 6). Record: 4-9, 2-7 Marawood South.
AUBURNDALE (43): Garrett Nikolay 5-12 3-3 15, C.J. Castellano 2-5 3-5 8, Cale Weiler 0-0 0-1 0, Tyler Pankratz 3-8 1-2 7, Jacob Dorshorst 3-9 0-2 6, Kyle Greunke 0-2 0-0 0, Jake Hansen 0-1 0-0 0, Austin Hawkins 3-5 0-0 6, Adam Bauer 0-4 1-4 1. FG: 16-46. FT: 8-17. 3-pointers: 3-14 (Nikolay 2-7, Castellano 1-2, Dorshorst 0-3, Pankratz 0-1, Greunke 0-1). Rebounds: 28 (Pankratz 8). Record: 10-5, 6-3 Marawood South.

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Stevens Point defeats Marshfield swimmers

Posted on 29 January 2010 by paul

MARSHFIELD – Ade Dillon posted Marshfield’s only victory in a 102-68 boys swimming dual meet loss to Stevens Point on Thursday at the Marshfield High School Fieldhouse.

Dillon won the 100 butterfly in a time of 1:02.18, with teammate Thomas Stevning-Roe taking third in 1:06.99.

Marshfield swimmers finished second in nearly every other event.

Peder Kling was second in the 200 individual medley (2:21.14), Dillon was second in the 50 freestyle (24.79 seconds), Stevning-Roe was runner-up in the 100 backstroke (1:02.79) and Phil Kubica took second in the 100 breaststroke (1:15.11).

Marshfield is off until the Wisconsin Valley Conference Meet at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Feb. 6.

Panthers 102, Tigers 68
200 medley relay:
1. Stevens Point 1:51.23; 2. Marshfield (Aaron Scheets, Phil Kubica, Michael Josephson, Michael Hitz) 1:58.52.
200 freestyle: 1. Joel Harris (SP) 2:02.41; 2. Scheets (M) 2:02.90; 3. Josephson (M) 2:04.91; 5. Jake Akin (M) 2:13.32.
200 individual medley: 1. Joe Sieg (SP) 2:14.43; 2. Peder Kling (M) 2:21.14; 5. Aaron Leinwander (M) 2:46.85; 6. Jake Kruse (M) 4:02.07.
50 freestyle: 1. Logan Golla (SP) 24.78; 2. Ade Dillon (M) 24.79; 4. Tate Ellis (M) 26.56; 6. Hitz (M) 27.51.
100 butterfly: 1. Dillon (M) 1:02.18; 3. Thomas Stevning-Roe (M) 1:06.99; 4. Nolan Hall (M) 1:15.51; 6. Joe Saucerman (M) 1:33.76.
100 freestyle: 1. Golla (SP) 54.35; 3. Kling (M) 57.60; 5. Akin (M) 58.41; 6. Ellis (M) 1:00.89.
500 freestyle: 1. Harris (SP) 5:42.16; 3. Josephson (M) 5:46.79; 4. Dickinson (M) 6:20.10; 6. Leinwander (M) 6:44.52.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Stevens Point 1:42.23; 2. Marshfield (Jack Patten, Ellis, Nick Guzowski, Hitz) 1:49.39.
100 backstroke: 1. Sieg (SP) 1:00.80; 2. Stevning-Roe (M) 1:02.79; 3. Scheets (M) 1:03.08; 6. Hall (M) 1:17.86.
100 breaststroke: 1. Jacob Szeligowski (SP) 1:11.08; 2. Kubica (M) 1:15.11; 3. Luke Zahalka (M) 1:17.32; 5. Josh Herron (M) 1:23.00.
400 freestyle relay: 1. Stevens Point 3:41.14; 2. Marshfield (Kling, Josephson, Scheets, Dillon) 3:48.39.

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