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Cain Trunkel tosses no-hitter to lead Marshfield Chaparrals past Abbotsford Merchants

Posted on 30 June 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Cain Trunkel tossed a seven-inning no-hitter to lead the Marshfield Chaparrals baseball team to a 12-0 whitewashing of Abbotsford on Wednesday night at Jack Hackman Field.

Trunkel struck out eight and walked three to shut down the Merchants (6-3).

Justin Rayburn led the Chaparrals (10-4) offense, going 3-for-3 with a double, three runs scored and two RBIs. Casey Krohn added two hits and two runs scored, Cole Tysver had two hits and an RBI and Eric Pritzl had a double and scored twice for Marshfield.

Marshfield jumped on Abbotsford quickly, scoring two runs in the first inning and five more in the second. Trunkel did the rest, dominating the Merchants.

The Chaps finished off the win with five more runs in the fifth inning.

Marshfield plays at Plover on Thursday night.

Chaparrals 12, Merchants 0
Abbotsford 000 000 0 – 0 0 2
Marshfield 250 050 x – 12 10 0

WP: Cain Trunkel. LP: Jamie Simmons.
SO: Simmons 1, Randy Wesenber 2; Trunkel 8. BB: Simmons 5, Wesenber 1; Trunkel 3.
Top hitters: M, Justin Rayburn 3×3, 2B, 3 runs, 2 RBIs; Casey Krohn 2×2, 2 runs; Cole Tysver 2×3, run, RBI; Eric Pritzl 1×3, 2B, 2 runs.
Records: Abbotsford 6-3; Marshfield 10-4.

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Appleton Legends pound Marshfield Chaparrals

Posted on 29 June 2011 by paul

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APPLETON – The Marshfield Chaparrals dropped its second straight game, a 13-5 decision to the Appleton Legends on Tuesday at Nienhaus Field in Appleton.

Appleton scored eight runs between the third and fifth innings to pull out to a 9-0 lead.

Marshfield responded with three runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth, only to see Appleton put the game away with a four-run bottom of the eighth inning.

Ryan Metz took the loss, giving up six runs (four earned) and 10 hits in four innings pitched.

Sam Schwanebeck had two hits and three RBIs and Eric Pritzl added a pair of singles for the Chaparrals (9-4).

Marshfield hosts Abbotsford on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Jack Hackman Field.

Legends 13, Chaparrals 5
Marshfield 000 000 320 – 5 6 4
Appleton 102 330 04x – 13 18 1

WP: B.J. Chase. LP: Ryan Metz.
SO: Metz 2, Kyle Krohn 1; Chase 6, John Dowl 3. BB: Metz 2, Krohn 3; Chase 3, Dowl 3.
Top hitters: M, Sam Schwanebeck 2×4, 2B, 3 RBIs; Eric Pritzl 2×4; Matt Schoff 1×3, 2 runs; Justin Moroder 2 runs. A, Bubba Hunter 3×4, 2B, 3 runs; John Hendrick 3×6, 2 runs; Drew Eichstaedt 2×4, 2B, 2 RBIs; Brett Young 2×3, 2 RBIs.
Records: Marshfield 9-4; Appleton 6-2.

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Cloverbelt Conference East Division all-conference softball, baseball teams announced

Posted on 28 June 2011 by paul

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Cloverbelt Conference East Division co-champion Spencer had three players selected to the 2011 all-conference softball first team.

Senior pitcher Nicole Bruss, junior Krystal Weier and sophomore Paige Johnson were picked to the first team all-Cloverbelt East team for the Rockets, who tied Greenwood for the conference title with a 13-3 record.

Spencer junior Danica Johnson was a second-team choice and seniors Erika Taylor and Jenna Hagen were honorable mention choices.

Marshfield Columbus Catholic had one player selected to the team. Elizabeth Manlick, a sophomore, was a first-team pick for the Dons, who were 0-16 in conference play.

Spencer had one player selected to the all-conference baseball first team. Phil Ivacic, a senior, was picked to the 10-player first team.

Cloverbelt East champion Greenwood had three first-team picks, including Player of the Year Hayden Hinker.

Spencer freshman Matt Ivacic was a second-team choice and fellow freshman alex Brostowitz was an honorable mention pick as the Rockets finished in fourth place with a 9-7 record.

Columbus, which finished 4-14 in Cloverbelt East play, had two players selected to the all-conference baseball team.

Junior Matt Iwanski was a second-team selection and freshman Bryce DeSmet was an honorable mention choice.

2011 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Softball Team
First team:
Elizabeth Manlick, so., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Syvana Nichols, sr., Gilman; Taylan Johnson, sr., Greenwood; Kati Smith, sr., Greenwood; Karissa Rueth, jr., Loyal; Sarah Weyer, sr., Loyal; Dessa Karl, sr., Neillsville; Stephanie O’Leary, sr., Neillsville; Nicole Bruss, sr., Spencer; Paige Johnson, so., Spencer; Krystal Weier, jr., Spencer.
Second team: Allie Nelson, jr., Augusta; Emilie Morrow, sr., Colby; Jenna Fedors, so., Gilman; Heidi Guenther, fr., Greenwood; Nicole Karl, jr., Loyal; Caitlyn Weinfurtner, sr., Loyal; Alyssa Anding, jr., Neillsville; Alyssa Gordon, jr., Owen-Withee; Danica Johnson, jr., Spencer.
Honorable mention: Catherine Shaffer, so., Augusta; Jenna Morrow, fr., Colby; Kayleigh Mertens, sr., Colby; Molly Jazdzewski, sr., Gilman; Rylie Johnson, fr., Greenwood; Kelsey Guenther, sr., Greenwood; Jordan Toburen, sr., Greenwood; Melissa Trybula, jr., Greenwood; Hanna Bauer, so., Loyal; Katrina Strobush, jr., Neillsville; Kendra Pfeiffer, jr., Neillsville; Hailey Olson, sr., Owen-Withee; Jackie Peissig, jr., Owen-Withee; Erika Taylor, sr., Spencer; Jenna Hagen, sr., Spencer.
2011 All-Cloverbelt Conference East Division Baseball Team
First team:
Weston Huth, sr., Augusta; Jeremy Rahm, sr., Colby; Wade Hendricks, sr., Gilman; Cody Skabroud, sr., Gilman; Hayden Hinker, jr., Greenwood; Kole Hinker, so., Greenwood; Derek Sterland, jr., Greenwood; Cale Cuddie, jr., Loyal; Steve Esker, jr., Owen-Withee; Phil Ivacic, sr., Spencer.
Second team: Aaron Koerner, jr., Colby; Tyler Empey, sr., Colby; Mike Iwanski, jr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Jacob Goebel, jr., Gilman; J.J. Szjemraj, sr., Gilman; Weston Wuethrich, so., Greenwood; Jeff Rachu, jr., Greenwood; Tayt Borstowitz, sr., Loyal; Jordan Hauge, jr., Neillsville; Matt Ivacic, fr., Spencer.
Honorable mention: A.J. Ortega, sr., Augusta; Colton Duvall, jr., Colby; Michael Cliver, jr., Colby; Bryce DeSmet, fr., Marshfield Columbus Catholic; Clay Hendricks, jr., Gilman; Ben Eichten, jr., Granton; Brandon Herr, jr., Greenwood; Danny Opelt, sr., Neillsville; Dakota Halida, jr., Owen-Withee; Alex Brostowitz, fr., Spencer.

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Marshfield graduate Sean Harrington named to all-American academic team

Posted on 27 June 2011 by paul

Sean Harrington

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LA CROSSE – Sean Harrington, a 2007 Marshfield High School graduate and a senior at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, has been selected to the 2011 Capital One Academic All-America Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country Team.

The team was selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Harrington, a senior, was named to the Academic All-America Second Team. His teammate, Paul Yerhot of Chaska, Minn., was a first-team selection.

Harrington, a physics and mathematics major, has a 3.98 grade point average. He was selected the 2011 WIAC Outdoor Track & Field Co-Scholar-Athlete. He placed fifth in the 10,000-meter run at the 2011 WIAC Outdoor Championships and 16th at the 2011 NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships. Harrington was third in the 10,000-meters at the 2010 outdoor conference meet. Indoors, Harrington finished second in the 5,000-meter run at the 2011 WIAC Championships.

During the cross country season, Harrington earned All-WIAC Second Team honors with a 13th-place finish at the 2010 league championships. He also finished 45th at the NCAA Division III Midwest Regional. Harrington recorded a fifth-place finish at the UW-Eau Claire Blugold Open and 24th-place finish at the Jim Drews Invitational.

A track & field team captain this year for the Eagles, Harrington has been a member of the Dean’s List all four years at La Crosse. He was the recipient of six academic scholarships and a Goldwater Scholarship nominee. Harrington earned the Wisconsin Space Grant Undergraduate Scholarship in 2010 and Research Fellowship Award in 2009, and he is a member of the American Physical Society.

A press release from uwlathletics.com contributed to this story.

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Marshfield Chaparrals edge Taylor County

Posted on 27 June 2011 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Chaparrals baseball team improved to 9-3 this season with a 2-1 win over Taylor County Sausage on Friday night at Jack Hackman Field.

Jake Long pitched six strong innings to earn the victory for the Chaparrals as he struck out nine and didn’t walk a batter. Clint Rogers, Lucious Messerschmidt and Mason Nesbitt each tossed an inning of relief to finish off the win.

Chuck Brehm went 3-for-4 and knocked in both runs for Marshfield. Justin Rayburn had a single and scored both runs for the Chaparrals.

Marshfield will play three straight days this week – Tuesday at Appleton, Wednesday at home against Abbotsford, and Thursday at Plover. All three games start at 7:30 p.m.

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Champions crowned in four divisions at annual Marshfield Tennis Association Doubles Tournament

Posted on 26 June 2011 by paul

Teresa Hahn and Garry Koehler won the Mixed Doubles title on June 25 at the annual Marshfield Doubles Tournament. (Photo submitted)

John Coleman and Ryan Coleman on the Men's A division championship on June 25 at the Marshfield Doubles Tournament. (Photo submitted)

Pat Wesolowski and Doug Reckner won the Men's B division championship at the Marshfield Doubles Tournament on June 25 at Boson Courts in Marshfield. (Photo submitted)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Tennis Association hosted its annual Marshfield Doubles Tournament on Saturday, June 25, at the Boson Courts.

A total of 34 players competed on 23 doubles teams in four divisions at the tournament.

Champions in each men’s and women’s division were awarded with hats or T-shirts, and the top three mixed division finishers were awarded gold, silver or bronze key chains. All champions received free entry into next year’s tournament.

The Men’s A champion was the team of Ryan Coleman and John Coleman, who defeated Grant Reckner and Scott Sikora 6-3, 7-5, in the finals. Garry Koehler and Tom Duncan beat Dave Droste and Kurt Hendrickson 6-2, 6-3, to win the consolation bracket.

In the Men’s B division, Doug Reckner and Pat Wesolowski won a round-robin, winning both of its matches in straight sets.

Holly Reckner and Renee Wesoloski won the Women’s Division, besting four other teams for the title. They beat Megan Hayes and Amy Ott 6-3, 6-4, in the championship match. Lynette Pupp and Jill Meilhan defeated Erin Ott and Taylor Hardinger 6-0, 6-2, to win the consolation bracket.

Garry Koehler and Teresa Hahn beat Maria Anderson and Scott Sikora 6-3, 6-2, to win the Mixed Doubles division. Holly Reckner and Doug Reckner beat Renee Wesolowski and Pat Wesolowski 6-3, 6-4, in the consolation final.

The Marshfield Open Tennis Tournament will be held July 23-24, with competition in singles and doubles for all ages and abilities.

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Two Marshfield girls teams win Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament titles

Posted on 22 June 2011 by paul

The Dream Team of Marshfield won the 13- and 14-year-old division at the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament in Wausau last weekend. Team members are, from left to right, Natalie Zuelke, Ellie Kummer, Caitlin Michaelis and Ellie Fehrenbach. (Submitted photo)

The Final Four of Marshfield won the 11- and 12-year-old division at the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament last weekend in Wausau. Team members are, from left to right, Anna Ripp, Emma Fehrenbach, Alison Spindler and Alexa Aumann. (Photo submitted)

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WAUSAU – Two Marshfield girls teams took first place at the annual Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament last weekend at Wausau Newman Catholic High School.

The Dream Team, comprised of incoming freshmen Natalie Zuelke, Ellie Kummer, Caitlin Michaelis and Ellie Fehrenbach, won the 13- and 14-year-old girls division. The team won its third-straight Macker title, going undefeated each year.

The Final Four team, made up of Anna Ripp, Emma Fehrenbach, Alison Spindler and Alexa Aumann, won the girls 11- and 12-year-old division. After losing to D.C. Everest in overtime in the first championship game, the first loss of the tournament for the Final Four, it came back to beat Everest 15-13 to win the gold medals.

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Marshfield Chaparrals lose pair of heartbreakers on the road

Posted on 18 June 2011 by paul

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The Marshfield Chaparrals baseball team saw its five-game win streak snapped as it lost a pair of games over the weekend.

Marshfield lost 7-5 to Menomonie on Friday and 2-1 to Eau Claire on Saturday in a pair of road games.

On Friday, Marshfield led 5-3 after a four-run fifth inning, but Menomonie came back, scoring single runs in the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth innings to eke out the victory.

Sam Schwanebeck was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI and Eric Pritzl was 2-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored for the Chaparrals.

Eau Claire scored single runs in the eighth and ninth innings of Saturday’s game to ruin a beautifully pitched game by Marshfield.

Jake Long pitched five scoreless innings, allowing three hits and no walks, while striking out four.

Mason Nesbitt threw two scoreless innings and Ryan Hiller hit a solo home run in the sixth to give the Chaps a 1-0 lead.

Nesbitt allowed a run in the eighth and couldn’t get out of the ninth as the Cavaliers scored the game winner against Ryan Metz, the losing pitcher in both games.

The Chaparrals (8-3) host Everest on Wednesday and Taylor County on Friday. Both games start at 7:30 p.m. at Jack Hackman Field.

Friday’s game
Eagles 7, Chaparrals 5
Marshfield 100 040 000 – 5 10 1
Menomonie 102 011 11x – 7 16 0

WP: Carter Vogt. LP: Ryan Metz.
SO: Cain Trunkel 5, Metz 0; Tyler Hamann 3, Vogt 3, Rob Heller 2. BB: Trunkel 3, Metz 0; Hamann 4, Vogt 1, Heller 0.
Top hitters: MAR, Sam Schwanebeck 2×4, 2B, RBI; Eric Pritzl 2×4, 2 2Bs, 2 runs; Chuck Brehm 1×4, 2 RBIs, run. MEN, Luke Schultz 4×5, 2B, HR, 4 runs; Brandon O’Conner 3×4, run, RBI; Cory Hastings 3×4, 2B, 3 RBIs; Kasey Kruse 2×5/
Records: Marshfield 8-2; Menomonie 10-2.
Saturday’s game
Cavaliers 2, Chaparrals 1
Marshfield 000 001 000 – 1 6 1
Eau Claire 000 000 011 – 2 7 1

WP: Mark Shaver. LP: Metz.
SO: Jake Long 4, Mason Nesbitt 3, Metz 0; Cale Tassi 5, Andrew Klein 4, Shaver 0. BB: Long 0, Nesbitt 3, Metz 0; Tassi 0, Klein 3, Shaver 0.
Top hitters: MAR, Dylan McHugh 2×4; Ryan Hiller 1×4, HR, RBI, run. EC, Ty Fadness 2×3, 2 2Bs, RBI; Will Fadness 2×4.
Records: Marshfield 8-3; Eau Claire 12-4.

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Marshfield’s Sully Luepke, Bo Howard named first-team all-Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball

Posted on 18 June 2011 by paul

Marshfield shortstop Sully Luepke was a unanimous first-team selection to the all-Wisconsin Valley Conference baseball team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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Marshfield senior Sully Luepke and junior Bo Howard were unanimous choices to the All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Baseball Team, as voted on by the conference coaches.

Juniors Austin Littmann and Elliot Ashbeck were second-team picks for the Tigers, and freshman catcher Daulton Varsho was an honorable mention choice.

Marshfield finished second in the conference standings with an 8-4 record (15-6 overall) and were the lone team to knock off WVC champion Wausau West during Valley action.

West had four first-team and two second-team selections. Brett Ziegel, a pitcher and outfielder for the Warriors, was named Wisconsin Valley Conference Player of the Year after going 4-0 with a 0.72 ERA. He allowed just five runs, three earned, and 16 hits in 29 innings. He struck out 29 and walked only nine. Ziegel also hit .452, which was third in the conference.

Luepke, a shortstop, battled back from a debilitating leg injury during the football season to hit .432 (16 of 37), which was fifth in the Wisconsin Valley. Luepke also finished fourth in the conference in runs (11), tied for fifth in RBIs (10) and tied for fourth in hits (16).

Howard, an outfielder, hit a league-best .467 (14 of 30), scored nine runs, tied for the WVC lead in doubles (6) and tied Luepke for fifth with 10 RBIs.

Littmann, the Tigers’ second baseman, batted .250 (10 of 40), tied Luepke for fourth in runs (11) and stole seven bases.

Ashbeck, Marshfield’s top starting pitcher, went 4-2 with a 3.07 ERA. He struck out 43 and walked seven in 41 innings pitched. Ashbeck also batted .311 (8 of 38) and knocked in seven runs.

Varsho, the only freshman on the all-WVC team, hit .382 (13 of 34) with nine runs scored and seven RBIs. He also had a team-high nine walks and finished with a .512 on-base percentage.

2011 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Baseball Team
First Team

Infielders: *Sully Luepke, sr., Marshfield; *Clay Giese, sr., Stevens Point; Alex Cordova, jr., Merrill; John Roberts, sr., Wausau West.
Outfielders: *Bo Howard, jr., Marshfield; *Bobby Gregorich, sr., Stevens Point; *Brett Ziegel, sr., Wausau West.
Catcher: Dylan Burkam, sr., Merrill.
Pitchers: Brett Ziegel, sr., Wausau West; Austin Priebe, jr., Wausau West.
Utility: Ryan Williams, sr., Stevens Point; Ryan Zweck, sr., Wausau East.
Second Team
Infielders: Tanner Blaschka, sr., Wausau West; Austin Littmann, jr., Marshfield; Jack Osness, sr., Merrill; Joey Fredrick, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Outfielders: Trevor Nicholson, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Kyle Kubichek, sr., Merrill; Seth Wage, jr., Wausau West.
Catcher: Alex Tarras, jr., D.C. Everest.
Pitchers: Elliot Ashbeck, jr., Marshfield; Ryan Zweck, sr., Wausau East; Jared Hardina, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Honorable Mention
Infielders: Jared Koekstra, jr., D.C. Everest; Nate Fredrickson, sr., Stevens Point; Dan Mansell, sr., Wausau East; Frank Vruwink, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Outfielder: Logan Taylor, so., Wausau East.
Catchers: Jacob Paitel, jr., Wisconsin Rapids; Daulton Varsho, fr., Marshfield; Brad Piotrowski, sr., Stevens Point; Jake Lindmeier, sr., Wausau West.
Pitchers: Jared Hoekstra, jr., D.C. Everest; Logan Mallek, jr., Stevens Point.

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Stevens Point pitcher Kelly Franks named Wisconsin Valley Conference softball player of the year

Posted on 17 June 2011 by paul

Marshfield pitcher Rhiannon Baierl was an honorable mention pick to the All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Softball Team. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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Stevens Point Area Senior High pitcher Kelly Franks was named the Wisconsin Valley Conference softball player of the year after leading the Panthers to the conference championship.

Franks was one of five SPASH players named to the all-WVC first team. D.C. Everest and Merrill each had three first-team picks to round out the 11-player squad.

Franks allowed just two runs in 64 innings pitched (0.22 ERA), while going 11-0 with 110 strikeouts and only 12 walks. She allowed just 24 hits.

Marshfield senior pitcher Rhiannon Baierl was an honorable mention selection, the only Tiger named to the all-WVC softball team.

Baierl led the Tigers in hitting with a .412 batting average (14-for-34) and had six RBIs. She was 0-12 with a 5.40 ERA, and finished with 32 strikeouts and 36 walks in 74 innings pitched.

2011 All-Wisconsin Valley Conference Softball Team
First team

Infield: *Taylore Zblewski, sr., D.C. Everest; *Emily Mallek, sr., Stevens Point; *Emily Miskoski, sr., Stevens Point; Kaylin Bauer, jr., Merrill.
Outfield: *Molly Newville, sr., D.C. Everest; *Nicole Nelson, sr., Stevens Point; Brianna Lamonica, so., Merrill.
Catcher: Emily Heckendorf, sr., Merrill.
Pitchers: *Kelly Franks, sr., Stevens Point; *Breanna Poeske, sr., D.C. Everest
Designated player: Nicki Hauser, so., Stevens Point.
*Unanimous selection
Second team
Infield: Courtney Nelson, sr., Stevens Point; Kaite Hauck, sr., D.C. Everest; Miranda Spangberg, sr., Wausau West; Chelsey Dorgan, sr., Merrill.
Outfield: Makayla Lee, jr., Wisconsin Rapids; Danielle Kostroski, sr., Wausau East; Mary Reynolds, jr., D.C. Everest; Erica Langholff, sr., Wisconsin Rapids.
Catchers: Taylor Smola, so., Stevens Point; Amanda Fischer, sr., Wausau West.
Pitchers: Aly Brandvold, sr., Merrill; Shanna King, sr., Wausau West.
Designated player: Lindsay Krueger, so., Merrill.
Honorable mention
Infield: Shelby Steinke, so., Wisconsin Rapids; Leena Hagen, jr., Wisconsin Rapids; Emilie Waack, jr., Wausau East; Emily Zamzow, sr., D.C. Everest; Melanie Leopold, jr., Stevens Point.
Catchers: Megan Melville, so., Wisconsin Rapids; Shannon Fischer, sr., Wausau East.
Pitchers: Kelsey Kuhn, sr., Wisconsin Rapids; Rhiannon Baierl, sr., Marshfield.
Player of the year: Kelly Franks, Stevens Point.
Coach of the year: Mike Mathies, D.C. Everest.

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