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Stratford earns two medals, Auburndale one on first day of 2013 WIAA State Track and Field Championships

Posted on 31 May 2013 by paul

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LA CROSSE – Stratford grabbed a pair of medals and Auburndale also snagged one at the first day of the 2013 WIAA State Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday.

Stratford’s Abby Bender placed fifth in the girls high jump and Eli Temanson was fourth in the boys pole vault to earn Division 3 medals for the Tigers on Friday.

Bender had a jump of 5 feet to finish fifth, three inches behind D-3 state champion Haley Hazlett of Wild Rose.

Temanson had a vault of 12-6 to take fourth in the D-3 boys pole vault. Jake Widemeier of Crivitz won the event with a vault of 14-0.

Temanson also moved on to Saturday’s finals in the 200 meters after placing fifth in the preliminaries on Friday. Temanson ran in a time of 23.30 seconds.

Auburndale’s Syviann Momont medaled in the Division 3 girls long jump, taking fifth with a leap of 16-11.25. Jenna Ladsten of Blair-Taylor won the event with a jump of 18-4.

Also competing for the Stratford boys were a pair of relay teams and Jacob Zuelke.

Zuelke missed out on a medal, taking ninth in the 3,200 meters in a time of 10:17.38. Darin Lau of Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran won the race in 9:41.92.

The Tigers’ 800 relay team of Tate Tichy, Phil Sersch, Temanson and Kellen Bornbach qualified for Saturday’s finals, taking eighth in the prelims in 1:36.03. The top 10 qualified for the finals.

The 400 relay team of Hunter Kauffman, Temanson, Sersch and Jack Dahlstrom wasn’t as lucky, taking 11th in 46.07 seconds. The team missed out on a finals berth by just 0.37 seconds.

Both Stratford girls relays teams that ran on Friday in prelims qualified for finals.

The 1,600 relay team of Brooke Schultze, Bender, Emily Hauke and Sadia Spaeth took fourth in 4:13.68, and the 800 relay team of Schultze, Bender, Tiana Hughes and Hauke was fourth in 1:48.86.

Marshfield Columbus Catholic and Auburndale also competed in the 800 relay. The Columbus team of Alexandra Hutchison, Rachel Roehl, Hannah Stratman and Kayla Selz finished fifth in 1:49.50 to qualify for finals, while the Auburndale team of Lakisha Sutton, Josie Stoflet, Momont and Emma Steines just missed out, taking 11th in 1:51.84. The Apaches missed a qualifying spot by 3/10 of a second.

Selz also competed in the girls long jump and the 400 relay for Columbus Catholic. She finished 13th with a jump of 15-7.25.

The Dons’ 400 relay team of Hutchison, Roehl, Stratman and Selz qualified for Saturday’s finals, taking ninth in prelims with a time of 52.50 seconds.

Three Stratford girls competed in individual events on Friday and didn’t earn a medal.

Freshman Johnelle Miner took 17th in the 800 meters (2:33.36), MacKenzie Hannah was 11th in the shot put (34-2) and Nadia King took 14th in the 1,600 (5:44.55).

Compete results are available at pttiming.com.

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Marshfield has rough first day at 2013 WIAA State Track and Field Championships

Posted on 31 May 2013 by paul

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LA CROSSE – Friday was an overall tough day for the Marshfield track team at the 2013 WIAA State Track and Field Championships.

Junior Keiron Howlett was injured running the final leg of the 400 relay and did not compete in the 200-meter preliminaries or the long jump. He is scheduled to participate in the triple jump on Saturday.

None of the other Marshfield competitors in the Division 1 field earned a medal or qualified for the finals in their respective events.

Matt Oestreich did not achieve a height in the high jump and placed 17th in the long jump (20-7 3/4). He is scheduled to compete in the triple jump on Saturday.

Nolan Redetzke finished 24th in the 3,200 meters, finishing with a time of 9:53.71. Carl Hirsch of Brookfield Central won the event in 9:09.72.

Riley Gebelein, Olin Boson, Ryan Trierweiler and Howlett finished the 400 relay in a time of 43.47 seconds to place 14th in the preliminaries. The top 10 finishers qualified for Saturday’s finals in the event.

Two of the three Marshfield girls that qualified for state competed on Friday. Martha Kupfer was 20th in the 200 preliminaries with a time of 27.38 seconds, and Yasmeena Ougayour took 12th in the discus, with a throw of 109-8.

Melissa May will throw in the shot put on Saturday for the Tigers.

Complete results are available at pttiming.com.

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2013 WIAA baseball playoffs, sectional scores and schedule

Posted on 31 May 2013 by paul

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The 2013 WIAA baseball playoffs sectionals were completed Friday after rain postponed some games for a few days this week.

Winners advance to the 2013 WIAA State Baseball Tournament, which will be played June 11-13 at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton.

Here is a look at the sectional scores:

2013 WIAA Baseball Playoffs
Sectional Schedule
Division 1
Sectional 3 at La Crosse (Copeland Park)
Semifinals

No. 1 Waunakee 3, No. 4 La Crosse Logan 1
No. 3 Middleton 4, No. 2 Holmen 3
Championship, June 7: Waunakee 6, Middleton 0
Sectional 6, at Oconomowoc
Semifinals

No. 1 Sun Prairie 6, No. 12 Oshkosh West 3
No. 6 Sheboygan South 11, No. 10 Madison La Follette 4
Championship: Sun Prairie 10, Sheboygan South 0
Sectional 4, at Kaukauna
Semifinals

No. 1 Kimberly 10, No. 5 Appleton West 0
No. 11 Neenah 8, No. 7 De Pere 0
Championship: Neenah 1, Kimberly 0
Sectional 5, at Beloit Memorial (Pohlman Field)
Semifinals

No. 4 Stoughton 6, No. 9 Janesville Parker 4
No. 2 Beloit Memorial 6, No. 3 Janesville Craig 5
Championship: Stoughton 11, Beloit Memorial 4
Sectional 2, at Bay Port
Semifinals

No. 1 Bay Port 12, No. 5 D.C. Everest 2
No. 3 Antigo 5, No. 2 Ashwaubenon 4
Championship: Bay Port 10, Antigo 0
Sectional 7, at Milwaukee Bay View (at MATC South)
Semifinals

No. 4 Hartford 2, No. 1 Milwaukee King 0
No. 3 Milwaukee Reagan 6, No. 2 Milwaukee Riverside University 1
Championship: Hartford 23, Milwaukee Reagan 12
Sectional 1, at Wisconsin Rapids (Witter Field)
Semifinals

No. 1 Stevens Point 5, No. 5 Eau Claire North 1
No. 2 Hudson 3, No. 3 Eau Claire Memorial 2 (12 inn.)
Championship: Stevens Point 11, Hudson 1
Sectional 8, at UW-Whitewater
Semifinals

No. 1 Kenosha Bradford 3, No. 4 Lake Geneva Badger 1
No. 6 Wilmot 7, No. 2 Kenosha Tremper 3
Championship: Kenosha Bradford 5, Wilmot 4
Division 2
Sectional 1, at Viroqua
Semifinals

No. 2 Barron 4, No. 3 Rice Lake 3
No. 1 Ellsworth 1, No. 1 Viroqua 0
Championship: Ellsworth 12, Barron 2
Sectional 2
Semifinals

No. 2 Green Bay Notre Dame 6, No. 4 Mosinee 2
No. 1 Fox Valley Lutheran 5, No. 1 Sturgeon Bay 1
Championship: Green Bay Notre Dame 5, Fox Valley Lutheran 4
Sectional 3, at Evansville
Semifinals

No. 1 Wisconsin Dells 10, No. 1 River Valley 1
No. 1 Lodi 2, No. 1 Edgerton 0
Championship: Lodi 6, Wisconsin Dells 3
Sectional 4, at Waupun
Semifinals

No. 1 Waupun 5, No. 2 Waupaca 4
No. 1 Racine St. Catherine’s 3, No. 3 Wisconsin Lutheran 0
Championship: Waupun 1, Racine St. Catherine’s 0
Division 3
Sectional 1, at Osseo-Fairchild
Semifinals

No. 1 Chequamegon 3, No. 4 Cumberland 1
No. 2 Osseo-Fairchild 3, No. 1 Elk Mound 0
Championship: Osseo-Fairchild 5, Chequamegon 2
Sectional 2, at Coleman
Semifinals

No. 1 Stevens Point Pacelli 7, No. 1 Amherst 4
No. 2 Oconto 1, No. 1 Bonduel 0
Championship: Oconto 7, Stevens Point Pacelli 1
Sectional 3, at Riverdale
Semifinals

No. 2 Westby 13, No. 3 Spencer 1
No. 1 Parkview 11, No. 2 Wisconsin Heights 0
Championship: Westby 5, Parkview 4
Sectional 4, at Ripon College
Semifinals

No. 3 Laconia 8, No. 1 Gibraltar 2
No. 2 Deerfield 6, No. 2 Shoreland Lutheran 0
Championship: Deerfield 7, Laconia 3
Division 4
Sectional 1, at Shell Lake
Semifinals

No. 1 Prairie Farm 2, No. 4 Washburn 0
No. 1 Greenwood 11, No. 3 Spring Valley 0
Championship: Greenwood 11, Prairie Farm 3
Sectional 2, at Tigerton
Semifinals

No. 1 Rib Lake 4, No. 1 Rosholt 3
No. 1 Wausaukee 2, No. 2 Three Lakes 0
Championship: Wausaukee 10, Rib Lake 0
Sectional 3, at Weston
Semifinals

No. 1 Cochrane-Fountain City 1, No. 1 Cashton 0 (8 inn.)
No. 1 Potosi 8, No. 3 North Crawford 2
Championship: Potosi 5, Cochrane-Fountain City 3
Sectional 4, at Barneveld
Semifinals

No. 1 Lake Country Lutheran 6, No. 2 Randolph 4
No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central 6, No. 2 Barneveld 1
Championship: Lake Country Lutheran 6, Burlington Catholic Central 1

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2013 WIAA State Softball Tournament scores

Posted on 31 May 2013 by paul

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MADISON – The 2013 WIAA State Softball Tournament will be held Thursday, June 6, through Saturday, June 8, at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

The tournament began Thursday with Division 1 quarterfinals and Division 2 semifinals, and continues Friday with semifinals in Divisions 1, 3 and 4. Championship games in all four divisions are slated for Saturday.

Here is a look at the 2013 state tournament scoreboard:

2013 WIAA State Softball Tournament
June 6-8, at Goodman Diamond, Madison
Thursday, June 6
Division 1 quarterfinals

Kenosha Bradford (21-5) 1, Oshkosh West (19-3) 0
Stevens Point (26-4) 3, Germantown (18-3) 2 (8 inn.)
Westosha Central (20-1) 6, Sun Prairie (22-3) 0
Menomonee Falls (19-4) 1, Appleton East (21-4) 0
Division 2 semifinals
New London (16-5) 6, Monroe (27-3) 0
Baldwin-Woodville (21-3) 9, New Berlin West (19-4) 0
Friday, June 7
Division 4 semifinals

Wausau Newman Catholic (13-5) 4, New Lisbon (19-3) 1
Algoma (17-2) 5, Shell Lake (16-5) 1 (8 inn.)
Division 3 semifinals
Mineral Point (22-3) 2, Stevens Point Pacelli (12-9) 1
Kenosha St. Joseph (24-1) 2, Grantsburg (15-2) 1
Division 1 semifinals
Kenosha Bradford (22-5) 1, Stevens Point (26-5) 0
Westosha Central (21-1) 2, Menomonee Falls (19-5) 1
Saturday, June 8
Championship Games

Division 4: Algoma (18-2) 5, Wausau Newman Catholic (13-6) 4
Division 3: Mineral Point (23-3) 7, Kenosha St. Joseph (24-2) 2
Division 2: New London (17-5) 2, Baldwin-Woodville (21-4) 1
Division 1: Westosha Central (23-1) 12, Kenosha Bradford (22-6) 1

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Marshfield girls soccer thumps Superior in WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal

Posted on 30 May 2013 by paul

Marshfield's Julia Urban gets ahead of the Superior defense during the Tigers' 7-1 win in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal Thursday at Griese Park. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Julia Urban gets ahead of the Superior defense during the Tigers’ 7-1 win in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal Thursday at Griese Park. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield's Darian Molter scores from long distance in front of Superior's Jaydeen Anderson during the first half of the Tigers' 7-1 win in a WIAA Division 1 girls soccer regional semifinal Thursday at Griese Park in Marshfield. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Darian Molter scores from long distance in front of Superior’s Jaydeen Anderson during the first half of the Tigers’ 7-1 win in a WIAA Division 1 girls soccer regional semifinal Thursday at Griese Park in Marshfield. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls soccer team made quick work of Superior, scoring twice in the first six minutes and five times in the first half on its way to a 7-1 win in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal Thursday at Griese Park.

Darian Molter scored the first three goals for the Tigers and Molly Field scored twice as Marshfield’s moves on to a regional final on Saturday against Stevens Point (13-1-1). The game will be played at the Portage County Soccer Complex at 11 a.m. Stevens Point beat Merrill 6-0 on Thursday.

Molter scored at 4:51 and 5:48 to put the Tigers up 2-0.

Superior converted a corner kick into a goal by Cassie Hanson at the 10:49 mark, but that was all the Spartans would get.

Julia Urban scored at the 28:39 mark and Field added a goal 1:17 later to make it 5-1 by halftime.

The quick start was exactly what Marshfield (11-6-1) needed, coach Steve Lindner said.

“Darian really stepped up with a couple of super shots right off the bat,” Lindner said. “Within six minutes she had two goals and against the wind we were a little tentative and a little nervous before we got going. They were confident, but anxious to get started. They really played well tonight.

Alison Gruen tapped in a goal off the back leg of Superior goalie Sara Balcer 8:12 into the second half and Field knocked in another score 4 minutes later to finish the scoring.

The Tigers will face Wisconsin Valley Conference co-champion Stevens Point for the third time this season on Saturday. Marshfield, which posted its best season ever in the WVC with 22 points (seven wins and a tie), lost 3-1 in both matchups with the Panthers this season.

“We’re real confident playing them again for the third time,” Lindner said. “We played them quite even last time. They’re a super team. They have one loss and a tie (13-1-1) for a reason…because they are a quality team. We really believe we can play with them and have some good success.”

Tigers 7, Spartans 1
Superior 1 0 – 1
Marshfield 5 2 – 7
First half:
1. M, Darian Molter (Julia Urban), 4:51; 2. M, Molter, 5:48; 3. S, Cassie Hanson (Bridget Manion), 10:49; 4. M, Molter, 20:52; 5. M, Urban (Jessica Ramirez), 28:39; 6. M, Molly Field, 29:56.
Second half: 7. M, Alison Gruen (Urban), 48:12; 8. M, Field, 52:21.

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Eau Claire North shuts out Marshfield to win WIAA Division 1 baseball regional title

Posted on 30 May 2013 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Eau Claire North scored single runs in five separate innings and pitcher Sam Hurt shut down Marshfield on five hits as the Huskies won 5-0 in a WIAA Division 1 baseball regional final Thursday at Jack Hackman Field.

North (9-15) moves on to the Division 1 sectional at Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday. The Huskies will play either Stevens Point or River Falls in a semifinal at 10 a.m. at Witter Field. Marshfield ends its season with an 11-11 record.

Hurt struck out eight and walked four, scattering five hits to earn the complete-game win. Marshfield had just two hits through five innings. The Tigers picked up a pair of singles in the sixth and had a single and a walk in the seventh, but couldn’t muster any runs against the Eau Claire North hurler.

Ryan Conner had an RBI single in the first, Nate Sorenson walked and moved around on a pair of wild pitches in the third, and Dominic Berlin had an RBI single in the fifth to give the Huskies a 3-0 lead and knock out Marshfield starting pitcher Bo Howard.

North scored twice against Tigers reliever Jack Donahue. Hurt had an RBI single in the sixth and Tyler Fencl plated a run with a double in the top of the seventh to make it 5-0.

Jared Kief was 2-for-2 with a walk for Marshfield.

Huskies 5, Tigers 4
Eau Claire North 101 011 1 – 5 8 0
Marshfield 000 000 0 – 0 5 4
WP:
Sam Hurt. LP: Bo Howard.
SO: Hurt 8; Howard 4, Donahue 1. BB: Hurt 4; Howard 3, Donahue 0.
Top hitters: ECN, Tyler Fencl 2B. M, Jared Kief 2×2.
Records: Eau Claire North 9-15; Marshfield 11-11.

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Marshfield graduate Austin Littmann wraps up season with UW-Stout baseball

Posted on 29 May 2013 by paul

Austin Littmann

Austin Littmann

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MENOMONIE – Austin Littmann, a 2012 graduate of Marshfield High School, recently completed his freshman season as a member of the University of Wisconsin-Stout baseball team.

Littmann played in 20 games for the Blue Devils, starting nine. He hit .310 (13 of 42) with two doubles, one home run and six RBIs. He scored eight runs, had one stolen base and had a fielding percentage of .964 playing second base for Stout.

Stout finished the season with a 12-27 record and a 6-18 mark in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

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Spencer baseball regional final at Neillsville postponed again Thursday

Posted on 29 May 2013 by paul

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NEILLSVILLE – The WIAA Division 3 baseball regional final between Spencer at Neillsville was suspended by rain on Wednesday and again on Thursday.

The game will resume at Friday at Neillsville High School, weather permitting. A time has not been announced.

Check MarshfieldAreaSports.com for continued updates.

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Marshfield athletes gear up for WIAA state track and field meet

Posted on 29 May 2013 by paul

Marshfield girls throwers Melissa May, left, and Yasmeena Ougayour will compete at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday. May will compete in the shot put and Ougayour in the discus. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield girls throwers Melissa May, left, and Yasmeena Ougayour will compete at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday. May will compete in the shot put and Ougayour in the discus. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

The Marshfield boys 400-meter relay team of Keiron Howlett, left, Ryan Trierweiler, Riley Gebelein and Olin Boson will compete at the WIAA State Track and Field Meet on Friday and Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Howlett also wlll compete in three individual events. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

The Marshfield boys 400-meter relay team of Keiron Howlett, left, Ryan Trierweiler, Riley Gebelein and Olin Boson will compete at the WIAA State Track and Field Meet on Friday and Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Howlett also wlll compete in three individual events. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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MARSHFIELD – When Marshfield senior Melissa May went to bed last Thursday after competing at the sectional track meet in Rice Lake, she thought her high school athletic career was over.

Friday morning she woke up, and all of that changed.

May will be among the nine Marshfield athletes competing in 11 events at the 2013 WIAA State Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday.

May had a shot put throw of 38 feet, 4¼ inches, placing fourth at the sectional. The top three automatically qualified for the state meet. However, those that finish in the top eight in each event statewide but didn’t finish in the top three at their sectional earn a spot of state as an extra qualifier.

“I didn’t think I was going, it was crazy,” May said. “My mom is my biggest fan. She was up early Friday morning getting all the stats. She woke me up and told me I was going to state. It was amazing.”

May is seeded eighth in the field of 25. She tossed a school record 41-1 ¼ at the Wisconsin Dells Invite earlier this season and said she is gunning to break that record again.

“A P.R. (personal record) would be absolutely amazing,” May said. “I haven’t been back up to 40 (feet) since I broke it. A P.R. would definitely put me on the podium (top six finish), I think.”

May will be joined by two other members of the Marshfield girls team – Yasmeena Ougayour in the discus and Martha Kupfer in the 200 meters. All three are going to state for the first time in their careers.

Ougayour is seeded 18th in the Division 1 discus and is confident she can move up the rankings at state.
“I am up against a lot of people,” Ougayour, a junior, said. “At conference I got second, regionals I got third and third again at sectionals. I just need to throw my best.”

Kupfer, a sophomore, said her confidence grew as the season wore on.

“I knew I could run,” Kupfer said. “A lot of people thought it was possible for me to go to state. I didn’t believe it myself, but the closer I got (to state), the faster I got.”

Junior Keiron Howlett is one of six Marshfield boys going to state. Having competed in seven events over the past two years, Howlett again qualified for state in four events.

Howlett earned a sixth-place medal in the long jump last year at state, and again it is his strongest event this season. Howlett is seeded third in the long jump and seventh in the triple jump. He also will compete in the 200 meters and is part of the 400-meter relay team, along with Riley Gebelein, Olin Boson and Ryan Trierweiler.

“I am hoping to place in the three (individual) events,” Howlett said. “I am working hard for that.”

Howlett will be joined by Matt Oestreich in the long jump and triple jump. Oestreich is seeded right behind Howlett in the triple jump at No. 8. He also will compete in the high jump.

Oestreich said he and Howlett, competing in the same events throughout the season, tend to feed off each other.

“He (Howlett) usually gets the first jump and it’s pretty good, so I just try and match it,” Oestreich said. “You just try to get really excited and have a good stretch and warmup and I should do fine.”

Nolan Redetzke also will be competing in the 3,200 meters on Friday for the Tigers, coming in ranked 17th out of the 27 competitors.

The 400 relay team is seeded 20th out of the 24 teams, however, its sectional time of 43.81 seconds is less than a second (42.89) off of the top time set by Appleton North.

The Division 1 competition begins at 4:30 p.m. Friday and continues at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

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Marshfield boys golf fifth at WIAA Division 1 sectional at Stevens Point

Posted on 28 May 2013 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – The Marshfield boys golf team’s successful season came to an end Tuesday at the WIAA Division 1 sectional at Stevens Point Country Club.

The Tigers, who finished third in the Wisconsin Valley Conference this season and was the runner-up at last week’s regional in Wausau, ended up fifth at the sectional with a score of 330.

Stevens Point won the meet with a score of 305, led by meet medalist Trevor Thomas, who shot a 70. Eau Claire North was second with a 309.

The top two teams and top three individuals not on those teams qualify for the 2013 WIAA State Boys Golf Meet at University Ridge Golf Club in Verona on June 3-4.

Craig Serchen led Marshfield with an 80, finishing in a tie for 13th overall and four shots back of the final individual qualifier, Sawyer Weiss of Eau Claire Memorial, who shot a 77.

Weiss birdied the first playoff hole to edge Matt Sandquist of Wausau West for the final individual spot.

Garrett Loomis and Joe Bodahl of River Falls tied for third with 76s to earn the other two individual spots at the state tournament.

Rounding out the Marshfield scoring was Josh Berres (81), Kyle Hoffman (84) and Evan Schneider (85).

WIAA Division 1 Boys Golf Sectional
May 28, at Stevens Point Country Club
*State meet qualifiers
Team scores:
*1. Stevens Point 305; *2. Eau Claire North 309; 3. River Falls 316; 4. Eau Claire Memorial 317; 5. Marshfield 330; 6. Wausau West and Hudson 334; 8. D.C. Everest 342.
Top 10 individuals and Marshfield scores: 1. Trevor Thomas (SP) 70; 2. Tyler Bee (ECN) 73; *3. Garrett Loomis (RF), *Joe Bodahl (RF), Taylor Thomas (SP) and James McDonald (SP) 76; 7. *Sawyer Weiss (ECM), Matt Haselwander (ECN) and Matt Sandquist (WW) 77; 10. Pat Fisher (HUD), Austin Moe (ECM) and Matt Tolan (ECN) 78; 13. Craig Serchen (MAR) 80; 15. Josh Berres (MAR) 81; 27. Kyle Hoffman (MAR) 84; 34. Evan Schneider (MAR) 85.

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