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Marshfield sixth at 2013 Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Swim Meet

Posted on 31 October 2013 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Elizabeth Holbrook took fourth in the 200 individual medley for Marshfield’s top performance at the 2013 Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Swim Meet on Thursday at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Holbrook finished fourth in 2:29.35 to help Marshfield to a sixth-place finish among the seven teams at the conference meet.

Sarah Claessens had the Tigers’ other top-five finish as she took fifth in the 100 freestyle in 58.51 seconds.

Anna Hilbelink was sixth in the 100 butterfly (1:09.10) and Walker Guzowski took seventh in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.47) for Marshfield’s other top finishes.

Sarah Kane won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke to lead Wausau East to the team title with 529.5 points. Wausau West was a distant second with 413 points.

Marshfield will compete at the WIAA Division 1 sectional on Saturday, Nov. 9, at Hudson High School beginning at 1 p.m.

2013 Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Swimming Meet
Team scores:
1. Wausau East 529.5; 2. Wausau West 413; 3. D.C. Everest 327; 4. Stevens Point 308; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 294.5; 6. Marshfield 185; 7. Merrill 69.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
200 medley relay:
1. Wausau East (Caroline Maahs, Madeline Glaser, Hanna Plummer, Bethany Novak-Tveten) 1:55.88; 10. Marshfield (Karen Scheuer, Elizabeth Holbrook, Anna Hilbelink, Walker Guzowski) 2:06.86; 17. Marshfield (Charlotte Urban, Jillian Behling, Allison Yale, Jenna Nordin) 2:23.03; 18. Marshfield (Michelle Fernandez, Grace Hilbelink, Maggie Huettl, Alison Reigel) 2:31.43.
200 freestyle: 1. Kathryn Stupar (SP) 2:03.48; 8. Sarah Claessens (MAR) 2:10.65; 17. April Read (MAR) 2:28.41; 19. Yale (MAR) 2:31.98.
200 IM: 1. Sarah Kane (WE) 2:18.78; 4. Holbrook (MAR) 2:29.35; 8. A. Hilbelink (MAR) 2:35.06; 16. Urban (MAR) 2:45.64.
50 freestyle: 1. Novak-Tveten (WE) 25.32; 14. Guzowski (MAR) 28.43; 17. Fernandez (MAR) 29.34; 21. Grace Hilbelink (MAR) 31.18.
100 butterfly: 1. Skyelar Volm (SP) 1:01.29; 6. A. Hilbelink (MAR) 1:09.10; 16. Read (MAR) 1:16.51; 18. Yale (MAR) 1:18.83.
100 freestyle: 1. Ashley Kroll (DC) 55.47; 5. Claessens (MAR) 58.51; 19. Huettl (MAR) 1:06.82; 20. Fernandez (MAR) 1:11.42.
500 freestyle: 1. Stupar (SP) 5:31.02; 11. Scheuer (MAR) 6:02.94; 20. G. Hilbelink (MAR) 6:57.51; 21. Huettl (MAR) 6:59.19.
200 freestyle relay: 1. Wausau East (Taylor Moses, Plummer, Glaser, Novak-Tveten) 1:44.96; 8. Marshfield (Claessens, Fernandez, Holbrook, Guzowski) 1:52.05; 18. Marshfield (Read, G. Hilbelink, Nordin, Huettl) 2:05.77; 19. Marshfield (Megyn Strangfeld, Hannah Voros, Claire Greenlee, Katie Treankler) 2:21.78.
100 backstroke: 1. Volm (SP) 1:02.21; 12. Scheuer (MAR) 1:13.06; 17. Molina Barker (MAR) 1:15.47; 18. Urban (MAR) 1:17.29.
100 breaststroke: 1. Kane (WE) 1:08.58; 7. Guzowski (MAR) 1:17.47; 9. Holbrook (MAR) 1:17.78; 19. Behling (MAR) 1:28.65.
400 freestyle: 1. Stevens Point (Volm, Stupar, Kacie Graf, Alex Raczek) 3:52.09; 11. Marshfield (A. Hilbelink, Scheuer, Urban, Claessens) 4:24.91; 15. Marshfield (Read, Nordin, Yale, Treankler) 4:52.23; 16. Marshfield (Behling, Barker, Greenlee, Reigel) 5:06.19.

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Auburndale volleyball rallies to beat Stanley-Boyd, wins third-straight WIAA playoff match in five games

Posted on 31 October 2013 by paul

Auburndale's Kendra Kundinger sets a ball during Thursday's WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal match against Stanley-Boyd at Abbotsford High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale’s Kendra Kundinger sets a ball during Thursday’s WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal match against Stanley-Boyd at Abbotsford High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale's Camille Swart serves during the second game of the WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal match against Stanley-Boyd on Thursday at Abbotsford High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale’s Camille Swart serves during the second game of the WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal match against Stanley-Boyd on Thursday at Abbotsford High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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ABBOTSFORD – For the third straight match, the Auburndale volleyball team went to a fifth game to decide its postseason fate.

For the third straight time, Auburndale came out victorious.

The fifth-seeded Apaches came back from a 2-0 deficit to knock off No. 3 Stanley-Boyd 3-2 and win the WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal Thursday night at Abbotsford High School. Auburndale won by scores of 24-26, 21-25, 25-17, 25-23, 15-12.

Auburndale will take on Oshkosh Lourdes, the top seed in its regional bracket at home on Saturday at 7 p.m. Lourdes also needed five games to win its sectional semifinal, beating Oconto 3-2. The winner of Saturday’s match moves on to the 2013 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament next week in Green Bay.

“We know that anything is possible and when we hold on to hope, awesome things happen,” Auburndale coach Peggy Empey said. “Regardless of how a game ends, we know we can push all the way through. I never ask anything more from the girls than to do their best and push their hardest.”

Auburndale posted its third-straight upset in the playoffs after winning at No. 4 Spencer last Thursday and at No. 1 seed Athens last Saturday after trailing that match 2-1.

The never-say-die attitude has proved to be beneficial for the Apaches.

“The girls knew it was do it know or they were going to be done,” Empey said. “And they were not ready to be done. They came through and pushed all the way.”

The first game was tight throughout, with Auburndale rallying to tie the match at 24-24. A pair of kills by Jamie Reit ended it for Stanley-Boyd, however, and the Orioles led 1-0.

S-B took that momentum into Game 2 and led throughout after pushing to a 7-2 lead on two kills by Reit and another by Shantel Hartzell.

Auburndale put up a fight at the end of the game. Trailing 21-12, the Apaches cut it to 22-21 after an ace by Jeanette Peplinski and a kills from Taylor Gotz. After a Stanley-Boyd timeout, the Orioles gained a sideout on a kill by Reit and closed out the game.

“We just had to keep pushing hard because we knew we could come back if we just play our game,” Auburndale senior Kendra Kundinger said. “We had just had to keep your rhythm up and keep going.”

That little spurt at the end of the game may have helped Auburndale regain its confidence, and the Apaches turned it on in Game 3.

Shannon Yahnke had four of her 12 kills to help Auburndale pull out a 25-17 victory to extend the match.

Stanley-Boyd charged out to a 6-1 lead in Game 4 before the resilient Apaches rallied again.

Auburndale scored 14 of the next 20 point to take a 15-12 lead after two kills by Camille Swart and an ace from Hannah Castellano.

The Orioles took an 18-17 lead, but Auburndale regrouped and pulled away, winning 25-23.

The fifth game was much like the others, as both teams had big rallies to keep the game tight.

Auburndale led 9-4 before Stanley-Boyd tied it after three straight kills from Reit and an ace from Ali Holub.

A block kill by Ashley Breu gave Auburndale the lead and the serve back and it never trailed again. Castellano ended it with her third service ace to give the Apaches another improbable win.

“We just keep working really hard all of the time and it’s been working for us,” Kundinger said.

Swart finished with 13 kills, Kundinger had 26 assists, 15 digs and seven kills, and Castellano had a team-high 24 digs for Auburndale.

Reit had 20 kills to lead the Orioles.

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Chemistry, confidence propels Marshfield boys soccer team to first state tournament

Posted on 31 October 2013 by paul

Marshfield's Alex Sainterme pushes the ball downfield during the Tigers' regional final win over Shawano on Oct. 17. Marshfield will take on Oregon in a WIAA Division 2 state semifinal on Friday in Milwaukee. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Alex Sainterme pushes the ball downfield during the Tigers’ regional final win over Shawano on Oct. 17. Marshfield will take on Oregon in a WIAA Division 2 state semifinal on Friday in Milwaukee. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Chemistry and confidence can go a long way toward winning.

The Marshfield boys soccer team has proved that point this season, posting a school-record 19-4-3 record and the first state tournament appearance in the program’s history.

The Tigers will take on Oregon (15-3-2) in a Division 2 semifinal at 2 p.m. Friday at the 2013 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.

Matt DeGrand, one of eight seniors on the roster, said he has seen a chance with this year’s team.

“Our chemistry is a lot of better,” said DeGrand, a defender. “We’ve all played together for quite a few years and we’re all pretty good friends. We have a lot of talent on this team too, which has helped us win.”

Marshfield won just 21 games and posted no playoff wins in the past three seasons. This year, the Tigers got off to a 10-2-2 start and a 5-1 mark in the Wisconsin Valley Conference, propelling a confidence that swept over the team early on.

“Everyone’s more connected,” senior defender Ryne Felhofer said. “Everyone is friends, everyone can hold a conversation. Everyone trusts each other.”

In Oregon, Marshfield may be seeing a mirror image of itself. Tigers coach Ron Todryk said Oregon has two strong midfielders, much like Marshfield’s Austin Gilbert and Matt McCann, who can control the tempo of the game.

“We concentrating on the playing the way we do,” Todryk said. “They are a bigger team, hopefully we’re maybe a little faster and a little quicker and we can use that to our advantage. With Austin and Matt in the middle, they can usually read an opponent and can usually make adjustments out on the field with their teammates.”

Defensively, Marshfield has allowed just 25 goals this season and only six times have they given up more than one goal in a game.

Senior goalkeeper Matt Brown has led a strong postseason push where the Tigers have given up just three goals, and his two big stops in a shootout win over Pulaski on Oct. 24 proved to be the difference in the sectional semifinal.

However, most of the time, Brown doesn’t even see many shots as the team’s defenders are able to keep the ball away from the goal.

“In the middle of the season, for about eight games, I lost all four of my starting four defenders,” Todryk said. “We had players like Austin Christianson, Matt DeGrand and Brad Cherney step up and play some defense. I had to take Jake Limmex and Ryan Hayes and put them in the back at times. It’s a good, solid core. Our first-liners are back, but if anything happens to them, those guys can step.”

Seniors Andres Aguirre, DeGrand, Felhofer and Austin Copp, as well as juniors Alex Babinski,Christianson, Cherney and Chris Pahl have all seen their minutes fluctuate over the course of the season, but each has come in and played well when needed, Todryk said.

DeGrand said maximum effort should bring the Tigers through with a victory and give them a shot at the state title on Saturday.

“We have to finish all of our opportunities,” DeGrand said. “We have to leave it all on the field to win. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It’s great to be a part of it and everything we have accomplished.”

2013 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament
Oct. 31-Nov. 2, at Uihlein Soccer Park, Milwaukee
Division 2
Semifinals, Nov. 1

Cedarburg (14-4-2) vs. Whitefish Bay (17-5), noon
Marshfield (19-4-3) vs. Oregon (15-3-2), 2 p.m.
Championship, Nov. 2
Winners, 3 p.m.
All state tournament games will be streamed live at foxsportswisconsin.com. The Division 2 championship game will be televised delayed at 5 p.m. Saturday on Fox Sports Wisconsin.

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Marshfield’s Rebecca Voss primed for strong run at 2013 WIAA State Cross Country Meet

Posted on 30 October 2013 by paul

Marshfield senior Rebecca Voss, front left, prepares for the state cross country meet during practice on Monday at Marshfield Middle School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield senior Rebecca Voss, front left, prepares for the state cross country meet during practice on Monday at Marshfield Middle School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield senior Rebecca Voss suffered through a tough two years fighting injuries and unable to run her best.

That changed during the past summer, when Voss said she was pain-free and finally able to properly train for the first time since her freshman year.

All of the hard work paid off for Voss, who won last Saturday’s Division 1 sectional and will run in the 2013 WIAA State Cross Country Meet on Saturday at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

“After struggling so long, sophomore and junior years, with injuries, then finally this summer being pain free and being able to train a lot, really was what made it all work,” Voss said. “I became so dedicated and I really pushed a lot because I knew this was my last season and I had to give it my all.”

Voss placed second in the Wisconsin Valley Conference Meet on Oct. 19 and followed that up with a sectional title at last Saturday at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point, running in 14:50.7.

It was an identical finish to the 2010 season, when as a freshman, Voss qualified for the state meet after winning the sectional race at Nine Mile Forest in Rib Mountain. Voss went on to take 11th at state in her only previous appearance.

This season was a microcosm of her career. She started strong, winning the Marshfield Invitational in early September, before fading in the middle portion of the season. She was able to turn it on late and regroup for her final postseason.

“Right now, she’s running some of the best races of her career,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “Not too many people are focusing on September or the middle of the season, everybody’s focusing on who’s running well right now and she’s one of those people. She took command of the race last Saturday. Some other girls went out way too hard and she’s running really smart, especially early in the race.”

That early portion of the race is key to the success of any runner at the state meet, Akin said.

“At state you have a lot of people that are used to being in the lead,” Akin said. “You don’t want to go out too fast. The first mile is pretty easy on that course. If you go out 10 or 15 seconds faster than you normally do, you really pay the price in the second half. The first 600-800 yards, she has to be composed and that’s hard to do.”

Voss said she will lay it all on the line on Saturday.

“I’m really looking forward to the competition,” Voss said. “Going in, I am pretty confident. I feel like I have a really good time going into it. I am going to just try my hardest and see where I’m at. I am going to push myself because I know it is my last high school race.”

WIAA State Cross Country Meet Schedule
Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Ridges Golf Course, Wisconsin Rapids

*Division 3 girls (Auburndale’s Abby Bauer), 11:30 a.m.
*Division 2 girls, 12:05 p.m.
*Division 1 girls (Marshfield’s Rebecca Voss), 12:40 p.m.
*Division 3 boys (Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Stratford’s Phil Sersch), 1:15 p.m.
*Division 2 boys, 1:50 p.m.
*Division 1 boys, 2:25 p.m.

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2013 WIAA football playoffs, Level 2 scores

Posted on 28 October 2013 by paul

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The 2013 WIAA football playoffs continued Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2, with Level 2 games across the state.

The winners move on to Level 3 games Nov. 8 or Nov. 9.

The playoffs conclude with the 2013 WIAA State Football Championships on Nov. 21-22 at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Here is a look at the Level 2 scores and matchups:

2013 WIAA State Football Playoffs
Level 2 (Nov. 1 and 2)
Division 1
Group A

No. 1 Hudson (9-1) vs. No. 5 Green Bay Preble (7-3) at UW-Stevens Point, Saturday, 1 p.m.
No. 2 Appleton North 34, No. 3 Bay Port 14
Group B
No. 1 Hartland Arrowhead 45, No. 4 Manitowoc 17
No. 2 Germantown 34, No. 6 Fond du Lac 7
Group C
No. 5 Mukwonago 35, No. 1 Sun Prairie 30
No. 2 Oconomowoc 27, No. 3 Middleton 24
Group D
No. 1 Franklin 17, No. 4 Kenosha Indian Trail 14
No. 2 Milwaukee Marquette University 14, No. 3 Lake Geneva Badger 7
Division 2
Group A

No. 5 Menasha 42, No. 1 Ashwaubenon 22
No. 3 Hortonville 52, No. 2 Menomonie 27
Group B
No. 1 Oshkosh North 17, No. 4 DeForest 7
No. 2 Holmen 14, No. 6 La Crosse Central 7
Group C
No. 1 Mequon Homestead 28, No. 4 Sussex Hamilton 20
No. 2 Kimberly 43, No. 3 Cedarburg 14
Group D
No. 1 Waukesha West 28, No. 5 Whitefish Bay 14
No. 2 Waterford 14, No. 3 South Milwaukee 7
Division 3
Group A

No. 5 Seymour 34, No. 1 Waupaca 7
No. 3 Appleton Xavier 30, No. 2 West De Pere 28
Group B
No. 1 Greendale 31, No. 5 Brown Deer 0
No. 2 Plymouth 21, No. 3 Wisconsin Lutheran 7
Group C
No. 4 Mount Horeb/Barneveld 40, No. 1 Lodi 14
No. 3 La Crosse Logan 21, No. 2 Reedsburg 15
Group D
No. 1 Monona Grove 41, No. 4 Edgerton 21
No. 2 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 37, No. 3 Pewaukee 13
Division 4
Group A

No. 1 Ellsworth 38, No. 5 Black River Falls 26
No. 2 Somerset 28, No. 3 Prescott 14
Group B
No. 1 Nekoosa 31, No. 5 Columbus 6
No. 6 Winneconne 34, No. 7 Wautoma 20
Group C
No. 1 Big Foot 38, No. 5 Clinton 7
No. 3 Platteville 31, No. 2 Brodhead/Juda 21
Group D
No. 1 Manitowoc Roncalli 20, No. 5 Little Chute 7
No. 2 Freedom 30, No. 6 Campbellsport 8
Division 5
Group A

No. 1 Stanley-Boyd 38, No. 4 Fall Creek 21
No. 2 Bloomer 27, No. 3 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 0
Group B
No. 5 Stratford 28, No. 1 Arcadia 14
No. 3 Amherst 42, No. 7 Westby 16
Group C
No. 1 Cedar Grove-Belgium 50, No. 5 Bonduel 7
No. 2 Kewaunee 32, No. 6 Winnebago Lutheran 13
Group D
No. 1 Lancaster 34, No. 4 Laconia 13
No. 2 Racine St. Catherine’s 49, No. 6 Westfield 14
Division 6
Group A

No. 4 Webster 14, No. 1 Edgar 6
No. 2 Hurley 36, No. 3 Athens 0
Group B
No. 1 Shiocton 53, No. 4 Coleman 6
No. 3 Iola-Scandinavia 46, No. 2 Algoma 27
Group C
No. 1 Darlington 41, No. 5 Cuba City 0
No. 2 Brookwood 27, No. 3 Iowa-Grant 7
Group D
No. 1 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs 38, No. 4 Deerfield 14
No. 2 Oshkosh Lourdes 39, No. 3 Ozaukee 6
Division 7
Group A

No. 1 Pepin/Alma 50, No. 4 Greenwood/Granton 12
No. 2 Glenwood City 42, No. 3 Owen-Withee 21
Group B
No. 4 Pittsville 18, No. 8 Independence/Gilmanton 0
No. 2 New Lisbon 22, No. 3 Loyal 12
Group C
No. 1 Black Hawk 42, No. 4 De Soto 0
No. 2 Potosi 40, No. 3 North Crawford 8
Group D
No. 5 Burlington Catholic Central 20, No. 1 Fall River 0
No. 2 Lake Country Lutheran 35, No. 3 Almond-Bancroft 16

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Stratford STAR Men’s Basketball League results, Oct. 26

Posted on 27 October 2013 by paul

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STRATFORD – The Stratford STAR Men’s Basketball League kicked off its 2013-14 season with six games on Saturday.

Here are the results:

*Rose Bowl Lanes had three players with more than 20 points in a 112-56 rout of The Shack. Pat Nikolai had 32 points, Shawn Lee added 27 and Chris Fischer had 23 for Rose Bowl.

*Kizzy & Sue’s Bar & Grill knocked off USBancorp 82-73 behind 31 points from Neil Weiler and 25 from Aaron Linzmeier. Malachi David had 23 points and Chris Newbury had 20 for USBancorp.

*Elisio Cornejo had 42 points to lead Arby’s to an 87-86 win over USBancorp. Newbury had 32 points and Issac Dahlke 28 in the loss.

*Dental Crafters topped Victory Apparel 79-73. Bill Bijeck had 21 points for Dental Crafters. Mike Riemer had 33 points in the loss for Victory Apparel.

*Marshfield Country Club whipped Country Wireless 85-58. Jake Kolb scored 21 points for Country Wireless.

*A&B Process Systems edged The Shack II 74-67. Andy Bliven scored 21 for A&B, while Jake Frombach had 27 in the loss for The Shack II.

*Smazel’s Hunters Choice beat Davis Auto 78-73. Jimmy Flink scored 25 and Chris Hannula 23 for Smazel’s. Kyle Davis topped Davis Auto with 20 points.

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2013 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament scores

Posted on 27 October 2013 by paul

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MILWAUKEE – The 2013 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament concluded Saturday, Nov. 2, with four championship games at Uihlein Soccer Park.

Here is a look at the state tournament scores:

2013 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament
Oct. 31-Nov. 2, at Uihlein Soccer Park, Milwaukee
Thursday, Oct 31
Division 4 semifinals

University School of Milwaukee (19-2-3) 1, Sturgeon Bay (18-7-1) 0 (2 OT)
The Prairie School (Racine) (16-4-3) 2, Barron (12-8-2) 0
Division 3 semifinals
Green Bay Notre Dame (21-3-4) 1, Pewaukee (20-1-3) 0 (2 OT)
Ashland (26-1) 3, McFarland (19-7-1) 0
Friday, Nov. 1
Division 2 semifinals

Cedarburg (15-4-2) 2, Whitefish Bay (17-6) 1
Oregon (16-3-2) 4, Marshfield (19-5-3) 1
Division 1 semifinals
Muskego (22-4-1) 1, Hartland Arrowhead (19-1-2) 0
Green Bay Preble (23-3-1) 2, Madison West (18-5-1) 1
Saturday, Nov. 2
Championship games

Divisoin 4: University School of Milwaukee (20-2-3) 1, The Prairie School (Racine) (16-5-3) 0
Division 3: Ashland (27-1) 1, Green Bay Notre Dame (21-4-4) 0
Division 2: Oregon (16-3-3) 0, Cedarburg (15-4-3) 0 (Oregon won shootout 4-3)
Division 1: Muskego (22-4-2) 2, Green Bay Preble (23-3-2) 2 (Muskego won shootout 4-2)

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2013 WIAA girls volleyball playoffs, sectional scores

Posted on 27 October 2013 by paul

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The field has been set for the 2013 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament after sectional finals were held Saturday, Nov. 2.

The state tournament will be held at the Resch Center in Green Bay on Nov. 7-9.

Here’s a look at the sectional results:

2013 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Playoffs
Division 1
Sectional 5
Semifinals, Oct. 31 at Germantown

No. 1 Menomonee Falls 3, No. 4 Oconomowoc 0 (25-12, 25-18, 25-13)
No. 2 Mukwonago 3, No. 3 Germantown 0 (25-22, 25-19, 25-20)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Menomonee Falls 3, No. 2 Mukwonago 0 (25-13, 25-16, 25-12)
Sectional 8
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Brookfield Central

No. 1 Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 3, No. 5 Brookfield Central 0 (25-22, 25-10, 25-17)
No. 3 Milwaukee Pius XI 3, No. 2 Glendale Nicolet 0 (25-22, 27-25, 25-23)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 3, No. 3 Milwaukee Pius XI 2 (12-25, 19-25, 26-24, 25-17, 15-13)
Sectional 2
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Kaukauna

No. 1 Appleton East 3, No. 4 Hortonville 2 (19-25, 25-18, 22-25, 25-22, 15-6)
No. 2 Appleton North 3, No. 6 Kimberly 1 (25-18, 25-20, 19-25, 25-18)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 2 Appleton North 3, No. 1 Appleton East 0 (28-26, 25-18, 25-23)
Sectional 3
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Waunakee

No. 1 Sun Prairie 3, No. 4 DeForest 0 (25-23, 25-13, 25-15)
No. 3 Middleton 3, No. 2 Waunakee 2 (20-25, 25-18, 25-18, 17-25, 15-13)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Sun Prairie 3, No. 3 Middleton 2 (25-22, 25-19, 21-25, 22-25, 15-12)
Sectional 1
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Wausau West

No. 1 Chippewa Falls 3, No. 5 Merrill 2 (23-25, 25-23, 15-25, 25-16, 15-13)
No. 2 Wausau East 3, No. 6 Eau Claire North 1 (25-22, 19-25, 25-22, 25-19)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 2 Wausau East 3, No. 1 Chippewa Falls 0 (25-22, 25-18, 25-18)
Sectional 4
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Neenah

No. 1 Neenah 3, No. 5 Hartford 0 (25-12, 25-12, 25-11)
No. 2 West Bend East 3, No. 3 Manitowoc 1 (25-27, 25-19, 25-15, 25-18)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Neenah 3, No. 2 West Bend East 0 (25-13, 26-24, 25-19)
Sectional 6
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Wilmot

No. 1 Weshtosha Central 3, No. 4 Kenosha Tremper 0 (25-15, 25-16, 25-14)
No. 2 Burlington 3, No. 3 Oregon 0 (25-21, 25-10, 25-13)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Westosha Central 3, No. 2 Burlington 1 (25-16, 21-25, 25-16, 26-24)
Sectional 7
Semifinals, Oct. 31, at Greenfield

No. 1 Muskego 3, No. 4 Greendale 0 (25-17, 25-18, 25-15)
No. 3 Union Grove 3, No. 2 Greenfield 1 (25-23, 25-23, 23-25, 25-19)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Muskego 3, No. 3 Union Grove 0 (25-17, 25-18, 25-21)
Division 2
Sectional 2
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Oconto Falls 3, No. 2 Green Bay Notre Dame 1 (20-25, 25-15, 25-21, 25-18)
No. 3 Waupun 3, No. 1 Appleton Xavier 2 (22-25, 25-19, 21-25, 25-21, 16-14)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Oconto Falls 3, No. 3 Waupun 1 (20-25, 25-15, 25-21, 25-18)
Sectional 4
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 3, No. 2 Sheboygan Falls 1 (22-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-18)
No. 1 East Troy 3, No. 2 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 0 (25-23, 25-20, 25-22)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 East Troy 3, No. 1 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 2 (18-25, 27-25, 21-25, 25-18, 15-9)
Sectional 1
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Osceola 3, No. 3 Rice Lake 0 (25-14, 25-16, 25-15)
No. 2 Altoona 3, No. 1 Tomahawk 2 (25-23, 20-25, 23-25, 25-17, 15-11)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 2 Altoona 3, No. 1 Osceola 2 (25-10, 18-25, 25-22, 23-25, 15-10)
Sectional 3
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Madison Edgewood 3, No. 3 Platteville 0 (25-15, 25-23, 25-21)
No. 1 Big Foot 3, No. 2 McFarland 1 (22-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-18)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Madison Edgewood 3, No. 1 Big Foot 1 (16-25, 25-23, 25-12, 25-21)
Division 3
Sectional 2
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Oshkosh Lourdes 3, No. 2 Oconto 2 (25-20, 23-25, 26-24, 16-25, 15-10)
No. 5 Auburndale 3, No. 3 Stanley-Boyd 2 (24-26, 21-25, 25-17, 25-23, 15-12)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 5 Auburndale 3, No. 1 Oshkosh Lourdes 1 (25-18, 25-13, 23-25, 25-12)
Sectional 4
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Oostburg 3, No. 2 Howards Grove 1 (25-14, 27-29, 25-17, 25-22)
No. 1 Racine St. Catherine’s 3, No. 3 Kenosha St. Joseph 0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-23)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Racine St. Catherine’s 3, No. 1 Oostburg 0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-22)
Sectional 1
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 2 Cameron 3, No. 3 Grantsburg 1 (21-25, 25-16, 25-18, 25-12)
No. 1 Eau Claire Regis 3, No. 3 Arcadia 1 (25-21, 25-19, 17-25, 25-21)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Eau Claire Regis def. No. 2 Cameron (game scores not provided)
Sectional 3
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 2 Wisconsin Heights 3, No. 1 Cuba City 1 (29-27, 20-25, 25-16, 26-24)
No. 2 Brodhead 3, No. 4 Markesan 0 (25-19, 25-18, 25-12)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 2 Brodhead 3, No. 2 Wisconsin Heights 2 (25-16, 24-26, 25-20, 20-25, 15-12)
Division 4
Sectional 2
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Wausau Newman Catholic 3, No. 2 Greenwood 0 (25-10, 25-14, 25-16)
No. 2 Pembine/Goodman 3, No. 1 Suring 1 (25-13, 23-25, 25-21, 25-13)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Wausau Newman Catholic 3, No. 2 Pembine/Goodman 0 (25-18, 25-14, 25-11)
Sectional 4
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Hilbert 3, No. 2 Green Bay NEW Lutheran 1 (23-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-23)
No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central 3, No. 4 Monticello 0 (25-13, 25-15, 25-23)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 Hilbert 3, No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central 0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-23)
Sectional 1
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 3 Washburn 3, No. 1 Mellen 0 (25-13, 25-22, 25-15)
No. 2 Clayton 3, No. 1 Luck 0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-18)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 2 Clayton 3, No. 3 Washburn 0 (25-20, 28-26, 25-16)
Sectional 3
Semifinals, Oct. 31

No. 1 Cochrane-Fountain City 3, No. 1 Hillsboro 2 (25-23, 25-16, 21-25, 25-27, 15-13)
No. 1 North Crawford 3, No. 3 Potosi 0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-17)
Championship, Nov. 2
No. 1 North Crawford 3, No. 1 Cochrane-Fountain City 1 (25-22, 25-16, 20-25, 25-18)

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Merrill comes back to beat Marshfield volleyball in WIAA Division 1 regional final

Posted on 26 October 2013 by paul

Marshfield's Miranda Forrest, left, and Jordan Green go up to block the spike of Merrill's Lauren Hojan during Saturday's WIAA Division 1 regional final Saturday at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Miranda Forrest, left, and Jordan Green go up to block the spike of Merrill’s Lauren Hojan during Saturday’s WIAA Division 1 regional final Saturday at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
MarshfieldAreaSports.com

MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield volleyball team got off to a great start in its WIAA Division 1 regional final match with Merrill.

However, an injury forced the Tigers’ top hitter, Courtney Bauer, off the court and Merrill surged to a 3-1 win on Saturday night at Marshfield High School.

The Bluejays won 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-21, to advance to Thursday’s Division 1 sectional semifinal vs. No. 1 seed Chippewa Falls at Wausau West.

Early in the Game 2, after the Tigers ruled the opening game, Bauer went out with an injury and came back to the end with a wrap around her left knee. She didn’t return and Marshfield struggled for consistent big hitting from its front line.

Merrill pulled away midway through the second game, turning a 16-14 lead into a 22-15 advantage with a run of five straight points, four on the serve of Lauren Hojan. The Bluejays closed it out on an ace by Morgan Marnholtz.

Marshfield regrouped in the third game and scored six straight points on a sideout and the serve of Jordan Green, who replaced Bauer in the lineup. An ace gave the Tigers a 15-14 lead, but Merrill scored nine of the next 14 points and finished off a 25-20 win.

The fourth game was also tight until late when the Bluejays pulled away again.

Marshfield closed to within 23-20 on a kill by Natalie Zuelke, one of three straight by the Tigers’ junior. The Tigers couldn’t get closer and fell 25-21.

Zuelke and freshman Stephanie Rhodes each had 11 kills to lead Marshfield. Sara Dasler had 18 assists and Leah Ripp added 16. Seniors Darian Molter (28) and Chelsea Akin (15) topped the Tigers in digs.

Seniors Molter, Akin, Bauer and Miranda Forrest played their final match for Marshfield.

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Marshfield’s Rebecca Voss wins WIAA Division 1 cross country sectional to earn spot in state meet

Posted on 26 October 2013 by paul

Marshfield's Rebecca Voss won the WIAA Division 1 cross country sectional girls race at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point on Saturday. (Photo submitted)

Marshfield’s Rebecca Voss won the WIAA Division 1 cross country sectional girls race at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point on Saturday. (Photo submitted)

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STEVENS POINT – Marshfield senior Rebecca Voss continued her strong push at the end of the season, winning the WIAA Division 1 cross country sectional at Standing Rock Park on Saturday.

Voss won the girls race in 14:50.7, 6.3 seconds ahead of Mya Zajakowski of Stevens Point. Zajakowski beat Voss by less than 2 seconds at last week’s Wisconsin Valley Meet.

Voss earned one of the five individual spots at next Saturday’s 2013 WIAA State Cross Country Meet at the Ridges in Wisconsin Rapids.

“Rebecca ran another great race today,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “She just took over the race with about one mile left to go. She is running so well this month. It’s so great to see all her hard work pay off.

“The other girls had good efforts today…five of our seven girls had their best times of the year.”

Mckayla Scheuer was 27th (16:53) and Ashley Holubets took 30th (16:56) for Marshfield’s next two best finishes. The Tigers finished sixth among the 12 teams.

Marshfield senior Max Tibbett missed a boys state qualifying berth by two spots, finishing 14th in 17:12.3. The final individual spot was taken by Antigo’s Colin Koss (12th in 17:04).

Devon Klement finished 19th for the Tigers in 17:24. Marshfield took 10th as a team.

“Max missed out by two places today, but he had one his best races all season,” Akin said. “He had a very good season for us. Devin continued his October run with another great race today. Five of the boys had their best time of the season.”

2013 WIAA Division 1 Cross Country Sectional
Oct. 26, at Standing Rock Park, Stevens Point
Girls
*State meet qualifiers
Team standings:
*1. Stevens Point 57; *2. Wausau East 58; 3. Hortonville 83; 4. Wausau West 85; 5. D.C. Everest 125; 6. Marshfield 130; 7. Shawano 163; 8. Wisconsin Rapids 251; 9. Rhinelander 273; 10. Merrill 296; 11. Tomah 298; Antigo incomplete.
Top 10 individuals: *1. Rebecca Voss (MAR) 14:50.7; 2. Mya Zajakowski (SP) 14:57.0; 3. *3. Hannah Lohrenz (HOR) 15:03.9; *4. Marissa Matushak (WW) 15:19.5; 5. Kennidi Knoblock (WE) 15:21.4; *6. Emma Rafuse (HOR) 15:23.6; 7. Jordan Burton (WE) 15:24.8; 8. Abby Sann (WE) 15:28.3; 9. Autum Shurbert-Hetzel (SP) 15:32.0; *10. Claire Van Beek (HOR) 15:34.2.
Other Marshfield finishers: 27. Mckayla Scheuer 16:53.7; 30. Ashley Holubets 16:56.0; 34. Gabby Stauber 17:06.8; 38. Dani Bender 17:33.5; 48. Courtney Brown 17:53.3; 52. Maddison Clemens 18:00.4.
Boys
*State meet qualifiers
Team standings:
*1. Stevens Point 18; *2. D.C. Everest 110; 3. Wausau West 113; 4. Merrill 142; 5. Antigo 169; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 177; 7. Wausau East 186; 8. Hortonville 190; 9. Shawano 192; 10. Marshfield 203; 11. Rhinelander 259; 12. Tomah 370.
Top 10 individuals: 1. Evan Hatton (SP) 16:08.2; 2. Derek Cruz (SP) 16:14.3; 3. Sam Sheibley (SP) 16:16.6; *4. Emmett Stifler (WE) 16:30.9; 5. Isaiah George (SP) 16:35.7; *7. Devin Greiner (WR) 16:44.2; 8. Anthony Anderson (DC) 16:51.8; 9. Brad Luetschwager (SP) 16:47.5; *10. Sam Thompson (WE) 16:58.9; *11. Cortland Tatro (ANT) 17:03.2; *12. Colin Koss (ANT) 17:04.0.
Marshfield finishers: 14. Max Tibbett 17:12.3; 19. Devon Klement 17:24.7; 49. James Kollross 18:34.7; 50. Alex Gunn 18:37.1; 71. Brett Roeglin 19:43.4; 74. Rishabh Sharma 19:58.7; 81. Randy Witzel 20:46.4.

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