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Stratford wrestlers win Division 3 title at Bi-State Classic

Posted on 30 December 2014 by paul

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LA CROSSE – The Stratford wrestling team won the Division 3 title for the second straight year at the Bi-State Classic on Monday and Tuesday.

The Tigers racked up 304½ points to run away with the D-3 team title. Lancaster was a distant second with 136½ points. Auburndale was seventh with 100 points.

Marshfield finished 15th in the Division 1 standings with 85½ points. Hudson was the Division 1 title, while Luxemburg-Casco took the team title in Division 2.

Overall, 54 teams competed in the two-day tournament.

Stratford had a pair of individual champions and four others place in the top four.

Mason Kauffman won the 126-pound title for Stratford, knocking off Nick Cahalan of De Soto 7-3 in the championship match to improve to 18-0 this season.

Hunter Kauffman also improved to 18-0, winning the 220-pound title for Stratford. He defeated Charles Serauskas of Holmen 5-4.

A.J. Schoenfuss was second at 106, Jeremy Schoenherr (113) and Anthony Gliniecki (120) finished third, and Kamren Bornbach (182) was fourth for Stratford.

Marshfield had two wrestlers place eighth for its top individual performances. Anthony Kanable (126) and Josh Lang (195) each lost a seventh-place match.

Auburndale had three wrestlers finish in the top 10. Paul Willfahrt (145) and Wyatt Weiler (170) each took seventh, and Kurt Jankowski (182) was ninth.

For complete results, click this link to trackwrestling.com.

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Hot-shooting Chippewa Falls prove too much for Marshfield boys basketball

Posted on 30 December 2014 by paul

Marshfield's Adam Fravert goes up for a jump shot during the Tigers' loss to Chippewa Falls on Tuesday at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Adam Fravert goes up for a jump shot during the Tigers’ loss to Chippewa Falls on Tuesday at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – After shooting 60 percent and opening up an eight-point lead in the first half against Marshfield, it was hard to figure that Chippewa Falls could continue to shoot at that pace.

However, the Cardinals didn’t cool off as they made eight of their first nine shots in the second half to build on their lead and roll to a 64-48 victory over Marshfield on Tuesday at the Wisconsin Valley-Big Rivers Challenge at Marshfield High School.

The Cardinals made 12 of 20 shots from the field in the first half and used a 7-0 run early in the second quarter to open up a 23-14 lead.

Jake Sperry scored the final five points of the half for Chippewa Falls (5-2) to give it a 30-22 lead at intermission.

Aaron Knez hit three 3-pointers and scored 11 of his game-high 24 points in the third quarter as the Cardinals built a 50-34.

Marshfield coach Bill Zuiker said the Tigers failed to execute their defensive plan. The Cardinals finished 23-for-37 shooting (62 percent).

“They were good and we were bad,” Zuiker said. “They had more purpose on both ends of the floor. We did not get accomplished, defensively, what we wanted to do. It was in our game plan to switch their screens and prevent (Knez) from getting it in shooting position. Obviously, we did not do a very good job of that. Our communication was off. I don’t think we didn’t have effort, but our energy and focus was certainly not there.”

Alec Hinson hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter for Marshfield, which trailed 14-11 after the opening period. Hinson finished with nine points to lead the Tigers.

A bright spot for the Tigers came from their group of five reserves that played for a two-minute stretch in the third quarter and the final 4 1/2 minutes of the game. Zach Shortess scored eight points, Ethan Voss had seven and Tyson Slade had five for Marshfield in just more than 6 minutes of action.

The five Marshfield starters combined to shoot just 7 of 22 and had 18 of the team’s 48 points.

“We knew what kind of defense they were going to play and they played it well,” Zuiker said. “You have to be patient and you have to explore the entirety of your offense and make them be in positions they don’t want to be in. We weren’t interested in that, we wanted to take the first shot we thought was a good one and we aren’t as good of shooters as they are.”

Marshfield is off until Jan. 9 when it plays at Merrill in a Wisconsin Valley Conference game.

Cardinals 64, Tigers 48
Chippewa Falls 14 16 20 14 – 64
Marshfield 11 11 14 12 – 48
CHIPPEWA FALLS (64):
Bryce Meade 0-0 0-0 0, Brett Olson 1-2 0-0 2, Dawson Mathwig 0-0 0-0 0, Aaron Houle 2-4 0-0 6, Bryce Daniels 0-0 0-0 0, Clayton Biddle 0-0 0-0 0, Jake Sperry 3-3 2-4 10, Justin Czech 4-6 1-1 10, Sam Mayberry 4-7 2-4 10, Aaron Knez 8-13 4-4 24, Nolan Johnson 1-2 0-0 2. FG: 23-37. FT: 9-13. 3-pointers: 9-15 (Knez 4-7, Sperry 2-2, Houle 2-3, Czech 1-3). Rebounds: 24 (Czech 6). Turnovers: 11. Fouls: 11. Fouled out: none. Record: 5-2.
MARSHFIELD (48): Caleb Alexander 0-2 0-0 0, Tanner Boson 1-5 0-0 3, Derek Coffren 0-0 0-0 0, Zach Shortess 2-2 2-2 8, Tyson Slade 2-3 0-0 5, Kegan Fassler 0-1 0-0 0, Alec Hinson 3-10 0-0 9, Isaac Huettl 0-0 0-0 0, Will Spindler 3-4 0-3 6, Ethan Voss 3-3 0-0 7, Jordan Schlinsog 1-6 0-0 3, Adam Fravert 3-4 0-0 7. FG: 18-40. FT: 2-5. 3-pointers: 10-24 (Hinson 3-10, Shortess 2-2, Slade 1-2, Boson 1-3, Voss 1-1, Fravert 1-1, Schlinsog 1-5). Rebounds: 17 (Fravert 7). Turnovers: 9. Fouls: 9. Fouled out: none. Record: 4-6.

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Auburndale boys basketball rolls past Cudahy to take home tournament title

Posted on 30 December 2014 by paul

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AUBURNDALE – Auburndale rolled to a pair of victories to capture the championship at its annual Auburndale Boys Basketball Invitational on Monday and Tuesday at Auburndale High School.

The Apaches defeated Augusta 61-34 on Monday and routed Cudahy 71-41 on Tuesday to take first place and improve to 5-1 this season.

Matt Nikolay and Alex Marth of Auburndale, along with Nick Audi of Cudahy, Noah Plewa of Augusta and Dylan Pankow of Weyauwega-Fremont were named to the all-tournament team.

Augusta defeated Weyauwega-Fremont 61-53 in the third-place game Tuesday.

Game statistics were not provided to MarshfieldAreaSports.com.

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Marshfield boys basketball falls in double overtime to Eau Claire Memorial

Posted on 29 December 2014 by paul

Marshfield's Will Spindler goes up for a shot over an Eau Claire Memorial defender during Monday's game at Marshfield High School. Memorial won 57-55 in double overtime. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Will Spindler goes up for a shot over an Eau Claire Memorial defender during Monday’s game at Marshfield High School. Memorial won 57-55 in double overtime. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield and Eau Claire Memorial matched each other blow for blow throughout Monday’s game in the Wisconsin Valley-Big Rivers Challenge at The Boson Company Fieldhouse at Marshfield High School.

Neither team led by more than five points as each time one team would make a run, the other would counter.

In the end, the Old Abes made just enough free throws and one final defensive stop to top the Tigers 57-55 in double overtime. It is the second double-overtime loss for Marshfield this season.

Marshfield (4-5) scored four points in the final 30 seconds of the first extra period to tie the game at 51-51 and send it into a second OT.

Memorial (4-3) made 4 of 8 free throws in the second overtime and after Jordan Schlinsog missed two free throws with 3.4 seconds left that could have tied it for the Tigers, the rebound ended up in a jump-ball situation with Marshfield earning the possession arrow with 1.2 seconds to go. After a timeout, Marshfield inbounded the ball in traffic and never gained control as the final buzzer sounded.

The much-shorter Tigers were able to combat Memorial’s lineup that had four starters between 6-foot-4 and 6-foot-7, and actually held a 26-25 rebounding advantage.

“We were trying to double in the post and rotate so they couldn’t kick it back out, and we did a decent job,” Marshfield coach Bill Zuiker said. “We fouled (6-7 Gianni) Rossato early and he makes his free throws (6-for-6 in the first half), but we didn’t really let him get going. (6-7 David) Schnack never really killed us either.”

Marshfield led 10-8 after the first quarter thanks to a 3-pointer from Tanner Boson in the final seconds.

The Tigers pulled ahead 18-15 after a 3-pointer by Alec Hinson, but didn’t score over the final 2:12 of the half and Memorial finished on an 8-0 run to take a 23-18 lead at the break.

Marshfield had a run of 7-0 to start the third quarter as Will Spindler hit on a pair of baskets only to see Memorial respond again with five straight.

After another 6-0 run by the Tigers, Memorial scored the final five points to take a 33-31 lead heading into the fourth.

The lead changed hands three more times in the final period. Hinson made one of two free throws with 39 seconds to go to put Marshfield up 43-41, but an offensive rebound and basket by Gianni Rossato, who led the Old Abes with 17 points, tied it with 15 seconds left. Adam Fravert’s 3-point attempt from the top of the key missed at the buzzer, sending the game to overtime.

Marshfield trailed the entire first overtime, falling behind 51-47 on a basket by Rossato with 45 seconds to go.

Spindler, who had a team-high 16 points, scored inside for the Tigers and after two missed free throws, Schlinsog drove the lane and scored just before the buzzer to put the game into a second overtime.

Marshfield committed three turnovers in the second OT, and despite the Old Abes missing on four of eight shots at the line, couldn’t pull even after Memorial scored the first four points of the period.

“Our turnovers were really the difference, and quick shots when we had a lead down the stretch in regulation were just as bad as a turnover,” Zuiker said. “There were bad decisions by kids at times and those are things you kick yourself over. I told the kids that there are a million places to put the blame, but it doesn’t do any good. We have to play again tomorrow.

“It’s midseason and playing back-to-back – this is what you have to do in regionals if you’re lucky enough to win the first one – so this is what we have to do to prepare. You have to have a short memory and we’ve been able to do that so far this season.”

Marshfield will play Chippewa Falls (4-2) at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday as the WVC-BRC Challenge continues. The game will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and wdlbwosq.com.

Old Abes 57, Tigers 55 (2 OT)
Eau Claire Memorial 8 15 10 10 8 6 – 57
Marshfield 10 8 13 12 8 4 – 55
EAU CLAIRE MEMORIAL (57):
David Schnack 2-8 6-9 10, Isaac Appleby 6-13 0-0 14, Karl Buttel 0-1 3-4 3, Jordan Wilson 0-1 1-2 1, Connor Severson 2-4 0-2 4, Reece Meier 2-2 0-0 5, Chance Meier 0-2 3-6 3, Gianni Rossato 5-12 7-8 17. FG: 17-43. FT: 20-31. 3-pointers: 3-8 (Appleby 2-3, R. Meier 1-1, Severson 0-1, Rossato 0-3). Rebounds: 25 (Schnack 5, Rossato 5). Turnovers: 18. Fouls: 20. Fouled out: Severson. Record: 4-3.
MARSHFIELD (55): Caleb Alexander 1-2 0-0 2, Tanner Boson 3-8 2-2 11, Derek Coffren 1-1 1-2 3, Zach Shortess 0-1 0-0 0, Tyson Slade 0-0 0-0 0, Kegan Fassler 1-4 0-0 2, Alec Hinson 2-3 1-2 7, Isaac Huettl 0-0 0-0 0, Will Spindler 6-9 4-6 16, Ethan Voss 0-0 0-0 0, Jordan Schlinsog 3-3 0-2 8, Adam Fravert 3-16 0-0 6. FG: 20-47. FT: 8-14. 3-pointers: 7-21 (Boson 3-8, Hinson 2-3, Schlinsog 2-2, Fravert 0-7, Shortess 0-1). Rebounds: 26 (Fravert 9). Turnovers: 18. Fouls: 25. Fouled out: Spindler. Record: 4-5.

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Stratford girls basketball looks to turn a good start into a great finish

Posted on 26 December 2014 by paul

Stratford's Macie Frueh tops the Tigers in scoring through their first nine games of the season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford’s Macie Frueh tops the Tigers in scoring through their first nine games of the season. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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STRATFORD – The Stratford girls basketball team’s 7-2 start to the season may be surprising to some, but not to the Tigers.

Stratford started the season 6-0 before suffering conference home losses to Auburndale and Wisconsin Rapids Assumption during the last two weeks.

Second-year coach Tammie Christopherson has high hopes for the Tigers this season, but knows there is still plenty of work to do.

The Tigers got over one hurdle toward becoming a top-tier team in the Marawood Conference South by beating Wausau Newman Catholic on the road back on Dec. 10, but a 10-point loss to Auburndale and turnover-plagued 57-30 defeat to Assumption on Monday have showed they aren’t quite there.

“We’re a program that’s been building and rising,” Christopherson said. “I tell the girls we’re a good program, we want to be a great program. In order to be a great program, we have to beat these teams at the top of the Marawood. We’re sick and tired of being fourth or fifth, we want to climb out of that.

“We’re heading in the right direction, but we’re not there yet. It’s a long season. I have all the confidence that we can figure this out and we can come back stronger the next time. The beauty of the Marawood is we get see these teams all over again.”

Stratford has a roster filled with juniors and sophomores – 5-foot-11 center Marissa Cepress is the only senior.

Juniors Macie Frueh and Tianna Hughes are each averaging 10 points a game, and Cepress, Savannah Schillinger and Casey Kolbeck – the other three starters in the Tigers’ lineup – have also scored in double figures in at least one game this season.

“We’re a small team and that does hurt us sometimes,” Christopherson said. “We do get scoring from a lot of different places and I think that is probably our biggest strength right now. We have to develop an inside game. We can’t rely solely on living and dying by the 3-point line. Slowly, but surely, we’re creeping into the inside game a little more.”

The Tigers, 2-2 in the Marawood South, has games against Pittsville and Marathon coming up before beginning their second time through the conference slate. Christopherson said the team needs to continue to work hard and improve, especially in the mental part of the game.

“We’re still young. My goal is that we keep getting better,” Christopherson said. “My first three people off the bench are sophomores. I see growth in them too. We have to keep building. This conference is absolutely insane. There’s no off night in the Marawood, but I guess I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

This story also appeared in the Dec. 26 edition of Hub City Times.

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Auburndale boys basketball rolls past Pittsville

Posted on 23 December 2014 by paul

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PITTSVILLE – The Auburndale boys basketball team responded in a big way after suffering its first loss of the season, blowing out Pittsville 43-16 in a Marawood Conference South Division game Tuesday night at Pittsville High School.

Auburndale improves to 3-1 overall and 2-1 in the Marawood South. Pittsville is now 3-5 and 1-3 in the conference.

Auburndale will host the Auburndale Invitational next Monday and Tuesday. Cudahy plays Weyauwega-Fremont in the first semifinal Monday night at 6 p.m., with Auburndale hosting Augusta in the other at 7:45 p.m. The third-place game is Tuesday at 6 p.m. and the championship game is at 7:45 p.m.

Auburndale led 19-6 at halftime and finished off the game with a 19-0 run in the fourth quarter.

Alex Marth had a season-high 16 points and Matt Nikolay added 13 points for the Apaches.

Apaches 43, Panthers 16
Auburndale 9 10 5 19 – 43
Pittsville 2 4 10 0 – 16
AUBURNDALE (43):
Matt Nikolay 13, Cooper Krings 3, Alex Marth 16, Matt Lang 1, Dylan Peplinski 2, Josh VanSchoick 8. Record: 3-1, 2-1 Marawood Conference South Division.
PITTSVILLE (16): Jacob Allind 7, Paul Downs 4, Aiden Masanz 3, Matthew Carlson 2. Record: 3-5, 1-3 Marawood South.

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Auburndale girls basketball whips Pittsville

Posted on 23 December 2014 by paul

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PITTSVILLE – Shannon Yahnke had 23 points and seven rebounds to help the Auburndale girls basketball team to a 60-27 rout of Pittsville in a Marawood Conference South Division matchup Monday night at Pittsville High School.

Yahnke made 9 of 17 shots from the field and 5 of 7 from the free throw line for the Apaches (8-1, 3-1 Marawood South).

Auburndale rolled out to a 20-5 lead after the first quarter and led 38-11 at halftime.

Taylor Gotz had 12 points and Sylviann Momont added seven points, six steals and nine rebounds for the Apaches.

Jenna Hughes led Pittsville (0-9, 0-3 Marawood South) with nine points.

Apaches 60, Panthers 27
Auburndale 20 18 13 9 – 60
Pittsville 5 6 4 12 – 27
AUBURNDALE (60):
Abby Bauer 0-1 0-0 0, Rachel Gronemeyer 0-5 2-2 2, Cassie Mitchell 0-1 0-0 0, Ashley Peplinski 0-3 1-2 1, Allison Linzmeier 1-4 0-0 2, Cheyenne Karl 1-4 0-0 2, Jenna Peplinski 1-2 2-2 4, Sylviann Momont 3-13 1-4 7, Paiton Richardson 3-7 0-0 7, Shannon Yahnke 9-17 5-7 23, Taylor Gotz 6-12 0-2 12. FG: 24-69. FT: 11-19. 3-pointers: 1-5 (Richardson 1-1, Bauer 0-1, Gronemeyer 0-1, A. Peplinski 0-2). Rebounds: 33 (Momont 9). Assists: 15 (Yahnke 4). Record: 8-1, 3-1 Marawood Conference South Division.
PITTSVILLE (27): Skye Klein 1-2 1-2 4, Miranda Ortner 3-5 1-2 7, Miranda Huber 0-7 4-4 4, Jenna Hughes 4-10 0-1 9, Danielle Grimm 0-2 0-0 0, Sara Miner 0-2 0-0 0, Kari Beckman 1-5 1-2 3. FG: 9-33. FT: 7-11. 3-pointers: 2-8 (Klein 1-1, Hughes 1-5, Grimm 0-1, Beckman 0-1). Rebounds: 16 (Huber 6). Assists: 4 (Hughes 2). Record: 0-9, 0-3 Marawood South.

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Spencer beats Neillsville in battle of Cloverbelt East boys basketball unbeatens

Posted on 23 December 2014 by paul

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SPENCER – Spencer jumped out to a six-point lead by halftime and held on from there, downing Neillsville 46-41 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division boys basketball battle Tuesday night at Spencer High School.

The game matched two of the three undefeated teams in the Cloverbelt East. Spencer is now 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the conference, while Neillsville falls to 4-2 and 4-1 in the conference.

Bobby Pilz had 16 points to lead the Rockets. Calvin Lenz added eight.

Spencer’s next game is Jan. 3 at home against Auburndale.

Rockets 46, Warriors 41
Neillsville 9 7 10 15 – 41
Spencer 12 10 9 15 – 46
NEILLSVILLE (41):
Michael Dux 2-11 0-0 5, Jake Kunze 2-8 2-4 6, Sam Neville 5-12 0-0 12, Nathan Peterson 0-1 1-2 1, Neal Matson 3-7 0-0 6, Jason Kurth 1-4 1-2 4, Nolan Matson 2-2 2-2 7. FG: 15-45. FT: 6-10. 3-pointers: 5-17 (Neville 2-7, Kurth 1-2, No. Matson 1-1, Dux 1-6, Ne. Matson 0-1). Record: 5-1, 5-0 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
SPENCER (46): Nate Mercier 1-5 0-0 2, Calvin Lenz 3-3 2-2 8, Bobby Pilz 5-12 4-4 16, Miles Weber 2-4 1-2 5, Ryan Busse 1-4 4-4 6, Mitch Susa 2-6 2-2 7, Dakota Andreae 1-3 0-0 2. FG: 15-37. FT: 13-14. 3-pointers: 3-12 (Pilz 2-6, Susa 1-4, Andreae 0-1, Mercier 0-1). Record: 5-0, 4-0 Cloverbelt East.

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Columbus Catholic boys basketball blasts Granton

Posted on 23 December 2014 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield Columbus Catholic scored 32 points in the second quarter to open up a 31-point halftime lead and roll to a 79-39 victory over Granton in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division boys basketball game Tuesday night at Columbus Catholic High School.

Columbus led 18-9 after the first quarter before pouring it on with a 32-10 second quarter to take a 50-19 lead at halftime.

Evan Nikolai had 20 points and Hunter Schultz added 17 points for the Dons, who improve to 5-4 overall and 4-1 in the Cloverbelt East. Granton is 0-5 and 0-4 in the conference. A total of 13 Dons scored in the win.

The Dons are off until Jan. 6 when they play at Greenwood.

Dons 79, Bulldogs 39
Granton 9 10 14 5 – 39
Columbus Catholic 18 32 12 17 – 79
GRANTON (39):
Austin Naedler 11, Brandon Anding 3, Kevin Johnson 3, Mike Meddaugh 6, Matt Tyler 2, Dillon Pongratz 4, Max Opelt 10. Record: 0-5, 0-4 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
COLUMBUS CATHOLIC (79): Billy Young 5, Kevin Gruber 3, Ryan Dieringer 5, Ben Behling 5, Charles Payant 3, Christian Payant 2, Evan Nikolai 20, Hunter Schultz 17, Nick Malovrh 5, Matthias Gouin 2, Tyler Fuerlinger 3, Brett Loveland 7, Evan Hansen 2. Record: 5-4, 4-1 Cloverbelt East.

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Stratford wrestling team wins seven matches by pin, dominates Amherst

Posted on 23 December 2014 by paul

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STRATFORD – The Stratford wrestling team dominated Amherst, winning all but one match in a 74-6 nonconference dual meet victory Tuesday night at Stratford High School.

Anthony Gliniecki (126 pounds), Mason Kauffman (132), David Marquardt (145), Mark Handrick (152), Taylor Krall (170), Kyle Martin (182) and Hunter Kauffman (220) all won by pin for the Tigers.

Stratford will compete in the Bi-State Classic in La Crosse on Dec. 29-30.

Stratford 74, Amherst 6
106: Jake Drexler (S) won by major decision over David Reick 12-2.
113: A.J. Schoenfuss (S) won by forfeit.
120: Jeremy Schoenherr (S) won by forfeit.
126: Anthony Gliniecki (S) pinned Daniel Zachman in 0:30.
132: Mason Kauffman (S) pinned Cole Mackenzie in 2:17.
138: Sam Wenzel (S) won by forfeit.
145: David Marquardt (S) pinned Josiah Fasula in 2:43.
152: Mark Handrick (S) pinned Grant Krogwold in 0:49.
160: James Borgen (A) pinned Ethan Young in 1:15.
170: Taylor Krall (S) pinned Gavin Sneller in 0:40.
182: Kyle Martin (S) pinned Ethan Sneller in 0:35.
195: Kam Bornbach (S) won by major decision over Max Villnow 10-1.
220: Hunter Kauffman (S) pinned Dylan Kearney in 1:30.
285; Tyson Kauffman (S) won by forfeit.

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