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UW-Marshfield/Wood County women’s basketball tops UW-Waukesha

Posted on 31 January 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Four players scored in double figures as the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County women’s basketball team used a balanced scoring attack to top UW-Waukesha 59-48 in a Wisconsin Collegiate Conference game Saturday afternoon at the Marauder Gym.

The Marauders improve to 9-7 overall and 8-4 in the WCC with the victory.

UW-Marshfield led 35-18 at halftime and finishing off the double-digit win despite being outscored by six in the second half.

Paige Newman had 14 points, Taylor Lynn scored 13, Mikayla Jankowski added 12 and Allie Paitel chipped in 10 for the Marauders.

The Marauders play at UW-Marathon County in Wausau on Wednesday.

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Spencer wrestlers beat Abbotsford/Colby to wrap up Cloverbelt Conference regular-season title

Posted on 31 January 2015 by paul

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SPENCER – The Spencer wrestling team wrapped up an undefeated Cloverbelt Conference dual meet schedule with a resounding 75-0 victory over Abbotsford/Colby on Thursday night at Spencer High School.

The Rockets won six matches by pin and six more by forfeit to win the match and finish the Cloverbelt regular season with a 6-0 record. The conference championship is the first for Spencer since 1999.

Tim Bauer (132 pounds), Daniel Wilke (138), Deitrik Ellis (152), Zach Schneider (170), Hunter Luepke (182) and Dominick Wichlacz (106) won by pin for the Rockets.

Hunter Hildebrandt added a 4-2 decision over Collin Stuttgen at 160 pounds for Spencer.

The Rockets will compete at the 2015 Cloverbelt Conference Tournament on Feb. 7 at Abbotsford.

Spencer 75, Abbotsford/Colby 0
132: Tim Bauer (S) pinned Fabian Garcia in 0:52.
138: Daniel Wilke (S) pinned Tommy Carlson in 1:46.
145: Nate Neumann (S) won by forfeit.
152: Deitrik Ellis (S) pinned Cody Rodman in 3:31.
160: Hunter Hildebrandt (S) def. Collin Stuttgen 4-2.
170: Zach Schneider (S) pinned Brock Halopka in 3:17.
182: Hunter Luepke (S) pinned Dylan Leffel in 3:50.
195: Tyler Voda (S) won by forfeit.
220: Travis Stelson (S) won by forfeit.
285: Double forfeit.
106: Dominick Wichlacz (S) pinned Rodrigo Cruz in 5:23.
113: Bryce Shaw (S) won by forfeit.
120: Caden Schillinger (S) won by forfeit.
126: Austin Post (S) won by forfeit.

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Stratford wins Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament for second year in a row

Posted on 31 January 2015 by paul

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PHILLIPS – Stratford completed back-to-back conference titles with a dominating effort Saturday at the 2015 Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament at Phillips High School.

The Tigers had 13 of their 14 wrestlers finish in the top three in their respective weight classes, including six individual champions.

Stratford, which went undefeated in the Marawood dual meet season, totaled 261 points to win the team title for the second year in a row. Edgar was second with 178½ points, Athens finished third with 176 and Auburndale was fourth with 131½.

All six of Stratford’s individual champions are underclassmen. Freshmen A.J. Schoenfuss (106 pounds) and Jeremy Schoenherr (113), sophomores Mason Kauffman (132), Kam Bornbach (182) and Tyson Kauffman (285), and junior Anthony Gliniecki (126) won titles for the Tigers.

Mason Kauffman remains undefeated, improving to 37-0 this season. Schoenherr is now 32-1, Gliniecki is 25-1, Schoenfuss is 35-2, Bornbach improves to 31-3, and Tyson Kauffman is 24-9.

David Marquardt (138), Kyle Martin (160), Bryce Murray (195) and Hunter Kauffman (220) each lost in the championship match to finish second for the Tigers.

Hunter Kauffman (31-1) suffered his first loss of the season, losing in an ultimate tiebreaker 3-2 to Wesley Dittman (29-1) of Edgar after the match was unsettled following two extra periods.

Auburndale had one individual champion. Kurt Jankowski (32-7) edged Murray of Stratford 1-0 in the 195-pound title match.

Dylan Altmann (126), Paul Willfahrt (145) and Wyatt Weiler (170) each finished second for the Apaches.

2015 Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament
Team scores:
1. Stratford 261; 2. Edgar 178.5; 3. Athens 176; 4. Auburndale 131.5; 5. Chequamegon 120.5; 6. Pittsville 92; 7. Phillips 89; 8. Marathon 59.
Individual Results
106 pounds

Championship: A.J. Schoenfuss (ST) pinned Tyler Dammann (PIT) in 5:24.
Third place: Brad Halmstad (PH) pinned Nathan Franke (MAR) in 2:00.
Fifth place: Matthew Leick (AUB).
113 pounds
Championship: Jeremy Schoenherr (ST) pinned Matthew Grossman (PIT) in 3:33.
Third place: Colton Heil (ED) pinned Seth Peterson (CHQ) in 4:33.
Fifth place: Hunter Reed (MAR) def. Jasper Busman (PH) 11-6.
120 pounds
Championship: Veliko Kochiu (ED) def. Kody Kauth (PIT) 8-4.
Third place: Jordan Becker (ST) pinned Brett Albrecht (ATH) in 3:48.
Fifth place: Liam Clapero (PH) pinned Trenton Graveen (MAR) in 3:32.
126 pounds
Championship: Anthony Gliniecki (ST) def. Dylan Altmann (AUB) 5-4.
Third place: Kodi Chase (ED) won by technical fall over Absalom David (CHQ) 20-4.
Fifth place: Fernando Zavaleta (MAR) def. Andy Nowacki (ATH) 6-5.
132 pounds
Championship: Mason Kauffman (ST) pinned Scott Schooley (PIT) in 2:42.
Third place: Aaron Willfahrt (AUB) won major dec. over Kevin Albrecht (ATH) 10-2.
Fifth place: Erik Tank (CHQ) def. Jordan White (ED) 11-7.
138 pounds
Championship: Nate Morse (ATH) pinned David Marquardt (ST) in 1:30.
Third place: Hunter Schienebeck (CHQ) pinned Eli Larson (AUB) in 0:33.
Fifth place: Max Hoogland (PH) def. Riley Wayerski (PIT) 10-3.
145 pounds
Championship: Austin Engel (ATH) def. Paul Willfahrt (AUB) 12-7.
Third place: Mark Handrick (ST) pinned Herman Santos (CHQ) in 5:42.
Fifth place: Cade Littleton (ED) won by injury default over Martin Schwanebeck (PIT).
152 pounds
Championship: Isaac Weik (CHQ) def. Alex Lemanski (ED) 6-2.
Third place: Kyle Giebel (ST) won major dec. over Devon Diethelm (ATH) 14-0.
Fifth place: Joe Sedivy (MAR) pinned Bryen Bushman (PH) in 3:21.
160 pounds
Championship: Marshall Westfall (ATH) pinned Kyle Martin (ST) in 1:52.
Third place: Wyatt Juneau (CHQ) pinned Kaleb Meyer (PIT) in 5:48.
Fifth place: Keller Wolfe (AUB) pinned Bryce Imhoff (ED) in 3:11.
170 pounds
Championship: Devin Lemanski (ED) pinned Wyatt Weiler (AUB) in 3:21.
Third place: Hunter Anderson (PH) pinned Taylor Krall (ST) in 3:13.
Fifth place: Tannor Frahm (ATH) def. Parker Zeman (CHQ) 11-6.
182 pounds
Championship: Kam Bornbach (ST) def. Wylie Frahm (ED) 8-3.
Third place: Marty Peterson (PH) pinned Jordan Zinkowich (ATH) in 0:56.
Fifth place: Jordan Schneeberger (MAR) pinned Taylor Fox (CHQ) in 2:30.
195 pounds
Championship: Kurt Jankowski (AUB) def. Bryce Murray (ST) 1-0.
Third place: Tucker Roesler (ATH) pinned Kade Schraufnagel (ED) in 0:55.
Fifth place: Kaden Calloway (MAR).
220 pounds
Championship: Wesley Dittman (ED) def. Hunter Kauffman (ST) 3-2 (UTB).
Third place: Dakota Venzke (ATH) pinned Kristofer Runnheim (PH) in 1:55.
Fifth place: Robbie Renken (CHQ) pinned Henry Myers (PIT) in 4:28.
285 pounds
Championship: Tyson Kauffman (ST) def. Tyson Sommer (ATH) 7-1.
Third place: Brad Graveen (ED) pinned Josh Gabel (AUB) in 3:07.
Fifth place: Dakota Leach (CHQ) pinned Shayne Foytik (PH) in 3:30.

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Marshfield girls basketball rallies late, but falls short to Stevens Point

Posted on 30 January 2015 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Marshfield came back from a seven-point deficit in the final minute but Stevens Point made four free throws in the final 22 seconds to top the Tigers 63-62 in a wild Wisconsin Valley Conference girls basketball game Friday night at Stevens Point Area Senior High.

Marshfield trailed 59-54 after a basket by Ema Fehrenbach with 1 minute to go.

The Tigers rallied with five more points following a pair of SPASH turnovers. Ellie Kummer hit a 3-pointer to knot the score at 59-59.

On the inbounds pass, Marshfield was called for a foul and Abby Bohanski made two free throws to put the Panthers back on top.

After a missed shot by the Tigers, Stevens Point scored two more at the free throw line to open up a four-point lead.

Kummer hit another 3-pointer with 1 second to go but it was too late for Marshfield, which drops to 13-5 overall and 5-3 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. SPASH is now 9-10 and 5-4 in the conference.

Caitlin Michaelis passed the 1,100-point mark in her career at Marshfield with a team-high 18 points. McKayla Scheuer added 16 points for the Tigers.

The Tigers’ next game is Tuesday at home against Wisconsin Rapids as part of a girls-boys doubleheader. The girls game starts at 6 p.m. with the boys game to follow at 7:45 p.m. Both games will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and wdlbwosq.com.

Panthers 63, Tigers 62
Marshfield 11 15 16 20 – 62
Stevens Point 14 19 13 17 – 63
MARSHFIELD (62):
McKayla Scheuer 16, Meg Bryan 3, Caitlin Michaelis 18, Natalie Zuelke 4, Maddie Nikolai 0, Martha Kupfer 0, Ellie Kummer 13, Ema Fehrenbach 8, Hannah Meverden 0. Record: 13-5, 5-3 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
STEVENS POINT (63): Taylor Beadles 3, Sarah Warner 13, Abby Bohanski 9, Sydney Neale 2, Rachel Sullivan 4, Morgan Drake 5, Maggie Negaard 27. record: 9-10, 5-4 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Stevens Point remains unbeaten with 25-point win over Marshfield boys basketball

Posted on 30 January 2015 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – Stevens Point ran out to a double-digit lead in the first quarter and cruised to an 83-58 victory over Marshfield in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys basketball game Friday night at Stevens Point Area Senior High.

SPASH, ranked No. 1 in the WisSports.net Division 1 state coaches poll, led 23-11 after the first quarter and 43-22 at halftime on its way to another big win. The Panthers improve to 17-0 overall and 8-0 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

Marshfield drops to 5-12 and 1-6 in the conference.

Will Spindler led Marshfield with 14 points and Tanner Boson added 12.

Trevor Anderson had 24 points and Sam Hauser added 16 for SPASH. The Panthers made nine 3-pointers in the win.

Marshfield hosts Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday as part of a girls-boys doubleheader. The girls game starts at 6 p.m., with the boys to follow at 7:45 p.m. Both games will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and wdlbwosq.com.

Panthers 83, Tigers 58
Marshfield 11 11 13 23 – 58
Stevens Point 23 20 26 14 – 83
MARSHFIELD (58):
Will Spindler 7 0-2 14, Tanner Boson 5 0-0 12, Adam Fravert 3 2-2 9, Jordan Schlinsog 3 0-0 7, Tyson Slade 2 0-0 5, Caleb Alexander 2 0-1 4, Derek Coffren 1 0-0 3, Alec Hinson 0 0-0 0, Isaac Huettl 0 0-0 0, Zach Shortess 0 0-0 0. FG: 25. FT: 2-5. 3-pointers: 6 (Boson 2, Fravert 1, Schlinsog 1, Slade 1, Coffren 1). Record: 5-12, 1-6 Wisconsin Valley Conference.
STEVENS POINT (83): Trevor Anderson 9 4-4 24, Sam Hauser 7 0-1 16, Joey Hauser 4 2-4 10, Jamison Kryshak 3 1-2 9, Andrew Ruzek 3 0-0 6, Jake Hofmeiser 2 0-0 6, T.J Schrank 2 0-0 5, Mack Journell 2 0-0 4, Ted Kearney 1 0-0 3, Evan Mallek 0 0-0 0, Jake Erler 0 0-0 0, Keon’te Williams 0 0-1 0. FG: 33. FT: 7-12. 3-pointers 9 (Anderson 2, S. Hauser 2, Hofmeister 2, Kryshak 1, Schrank 1, Kearney 1). Record: 17-0, 8-0 Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Auburndale boys basketball beats Assumption for third-straight win

Posted on 30 January 2015 by paul

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Auburndale avenged an early-season loss and defeated Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 49-40 in a Marawood Conference South Division boys basketball game Friday night at Assumption High School.

The win is the Apaches’ third in a row and pushes their record to 10-4 overall and 5-3 in the Marawood South. Assumption is now 9-6 and 4-5 in the conference.

Auburndale plays a nonconference game at Neillsville on Monday.

Matt Nikolay scored 21 points and Alex Marth had 15 for the Apaches.

Auburndale trailed 24-22 at halftime before opening up a lead in the third quarter with an 11-5 run.

Apaches 49, Royals 40
Auburndale 10 12 11 16 – 49
Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 17 7 5 11 – 40
AUBURNDALE (49):
Jake Lewis 1, Matt Nikolay 21, Cooper Krings 2, Alex Marth 15, Matt Lang 6, Josh VanSchoick 4. Record: 10-4, 5-3 Marawood Conference South Division.
ASSUMPTION (40): Jon Trickey 1, Brady Baltus 1, Chase Lamp 22, Jared Haas 11, Kolt Linzmeier 2, Joe Grundhoffer 3. Record: 9-6, 4-5 Marawood South.

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Columbus Catholic girls basketball holds off Spencer

Posted on 30 January 2015 by paul

Columbus Catholic's Tara Brock secures a loose ball during the Dons' win over Spencer on Friday night at Spencer High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Columbus Catholic’s Tara Brock secures a loose ball during the Dons’ win over Spencer on Friday night at Spencer High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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SPENCER – Marshfield Columbus Catholic used big runs in the first and third quarters to open up a lead and held off Spencer in the end, posting a 52-46 victory in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division girls basketball game Friday night at Spencer High School.

The Dons (9-7 overall, 6-5 Cloverbelt East) built a 19-point lead midway through the third quarter.

Jess Trad, Hannah Stratman and Meena Thill made baskets to cap a 10-2 run to start the third quarter and put Columbus ahead 35-16.

The Dons built the lead by forcing 15 turnovers up to that point, many turning into layups on the other end.

“I thought our press gave them a lot of trouble,” Columbus Catholic coach Bryan DeVries said. “Our guards did a good job of pressuring their guards up top. Our 2-3 zone, for the first three quarters, was really solid. We did a real nice job of reading their post and adjusting to where their post was going.”

Spencer closed the third quarter strong, putting up nine points in a row – five by freshman Lexi Baehr.

Columbus recovered, scoring six of the first eight points in the fourth quarter.

A basket by Abby Baierl and a 3-pointer by Trad pushed Columbus’ lead to 48-33 with 3 minutes to go.

The Rockets (4-10, 4-8 Cloverbelt East) had one last run left in them, but they ran out of time.

Baehr hit her third 3-pointer of the fourth quarter and Nadia King had eight of her 12 points in the final 2:25 as the Rockets closed out the game on a 13-4 run to close the gap to six. Spencer made 9 of 11 shots from the field in the fourth.

“We’re a young team with three seniors and three juniors, and two of the juniors are hurt right now,” Spencer coach Brian Abel said. “We’re counting on a lot of sophomores and a freshman to handle pressure that they haven’t seen at a younger level. They’re working their butts off. It’s a good group of girls.

“If we can break the press, and limit the turnovers – which we’ve done a lot better at in the month of January – we got a shot at any game. It’s just a matter of how many times are we going to give them the ball vs. keeping it.”

Baehr finished with 16 points for Spencer. Trad had 14 points, Abby Baierl added 13 and Hannah Stratman 10 for the Dons.

“We were in a situation where we didn’t want the clock to stop, we didn’t want to commit fouls and get them at the line, so we were backing off a little bit,” DeVries said. “When they did make those runs, it seemed that Jess Trad or Abby Baierl or Alishia Reigel came through for us.”

Dons 52, Rockets 46
Columbus Catholic 18 7 10 17 – 52
Spencer 6 8 11 21 – 46
COLUMBUS CATHOLIC (52):
Hannah Stratman 5-10 0-1 10, Abby Baierl 6-12 0-0 13, Jess Trad 6-11 0-0 14, Alishia Reigel 4-6 0-3 8, Alexandra Hutchison 2-5 0-0 4, Meena Thill 0-1 2-2 2, Tara Brock 0-4 1-2 1, Kendra Baierl 0-1 0-0 0, Natalie Pospyhalla 0-0 0-0 0. FG: 23-52. FT: 3-8. 3-pointers: 3-5 (A. Baierl 1-2, Trad 2-3). Rebounds: 20 (A. Baierl 3). Turnovers: 9 Fouls: 9. Fouled out: none. Record: 9-7, 6-5 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.
SPENCER (46): Lexi Baehr 5-10 2-3 16, Nadia King 5-12 2-2 12, Liz Endreas 5-10 0-0 10, Courtney Buss 2-8 0-0 4, Katie Fleischmann 1-2 0-0 2, Abby Varsho 1-3 0-0 2, Melissa Lehman 0-3 0-0 0. FG: 19-48. FT: 4-5. 3-pointers: 4-12 (Baehr 4-7, King 0-2, Buss 0-3). Rebounds: 40 (King 7). Turnovers: 22. Fouls: 10. Fouled out: none. Record: 4-10, 4-8 Cloverbelt Conference East Division.

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Stratford boys basketball scores season-high, whips Owen-Withee

Posted on 30 January 2015 by paul

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STRATFORD – Four Stratford players scored in double figures and the Tigers boys basketball team scored a season-high in a 73-53 nonconference win over Owen-Withee on Friday night at Stratford High School.

Dawson Gebelein had 19 points, making 9 of 12 shots from the field, to lead the way for Stratford (10-5). Michael Bargender added 14 points and eight rebounds, Jake Reif had 13 points, 10 assists and five steals, and Jake Schmitt added 11 points for the Tigers.

Stratford returns to action Thursday at home against Wisconsin Rapids Assumption.

Tigers 73, Blackhawks 53
Owen-Withee 5 18 16 14 – 53
Stratford 15 15 17 26 – 73
OWEN-WITHEE (53):
Statistics not reported. Record: 8-6.
STRATFORD (73): Dawson Gebelein 9-12 0-0 19, Nick Stoflet 2-3 0-0 5, Michael Bargender 4-5 6-8 14, Ethan Nagel 1-4 0-0 3, Derek Schmidt 3-6 0-0 6, Jake Reif 5-10 1-1 13, Mitch Guralski 1-1 0-0 2, Jake Schmitt 5-9 1-4 11. FG: 30-50. FT: 8-13. 3-pointers: 5-16 (Reif 2-7, Gebelein 1-1, Stoflet 1-2, Nagel 1-3, Schmidt 0-3). Rebounds: 24 (Bargender 8). Assists: 23 (Reif 10). Record: 10-5.

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Marshfield boys hockey blanked at Wisconsin Rapids

Posted on 29 January 2015 by paul

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WISCNOSIN RAPIDS – The Marshfield boys hockey team was shut out for the second time in three games, losing 6-0 to Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday night at the South Wood County Recreation Arena.

Six different Raiders scored in the victory as Wisconsin Rapids improves to 14-4-1 and 8-2 in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

Marshfield falls to 7-13 and 1-8 in the conference with three games remaining. The Tigers’ next game is Feb. 5 at home against Merrill. The game will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and wdlbwosq.com.

Haydon Roy-Peterson had 50 saves for the Tigers as Wisconsin Rapids dominated play. The Tigers had just four shots on goal.

Raiders 6, Tigers 0
Wisconsin Rapids 2 2 2 – 6
Marshfield 0 0 0 – 0
First period:
1. WR, Grant Scharmer (Casey Esselman, Sam Storlie), 7:06; 2. WR, Esselman, 9:45.
Second period: 3. WR, Jared Sawyer (Tyler Blaes, Esselman), 6:32; 4. WR, Tanner Case (Logan Conkey), 15:31.
Third period: 5. WR, Colton Capelle, 3:21; 6. WR, Conkey (Cody Kohls), 10:49.
Saves: M, Haydon Roy-Peterson 50; WR, Tyler Werne 4.
Records: Marshfield 7-13, 1-8 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wisconsin Rapids 14-4-1, 8-2 WVC.

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Spencer boys basketball holds off Owen-Withee

Posted on 29 January 2015 by paul

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OWEN – Calvin Lenz scored 15 points and Spencer had to come back from a late deficit to keep its perfect Cloverbelt Conference East Division record intact.

The Rockets, who trailed by three points entering the fourth quarter, outscored Owen-Withee by five over the final 8 minutes to win 40-38 on Thursday night at Owen-Withee High School.

Owen-Withee led 29-26 after three quarters before Spencer came back to improve to 12-1 overall and 9-0 in the Cloverbelt East. Owen-Withee is now 8-5 and 6-3 in the conference.

Spencer shot only 14 of 42 overall and 2 of 12 from 3-point range, but was able to pull out the road win. Lenz was the one bright spot of the offense, making 6 of 9 shots and going 3 of 4 at the free throw line.

Austin Milliren had 13 points to top Owen-Withee.

Rockets 40, Blackhawks 38
Spencer 9 7 10 14 – 40
Owen-Withee 7 12 10 9 – 38
SPENCER (40):
Nate Mercier 2-8 0-0 5, Calvin Lenz 6-9 3-4 15, Bobby Pilz 1-11 3-5 5, Miles Weber 4-8 0-0 8, Ryan Busse 0-0 0-0 0, Mitch Susa 1-6 2-2 5, Dakota Andreae 0-0 2-4 2. FG: 14-42. FT: 10-15. 3-pointers: 2-12 (Susa 1-4, Mercier 1-5, Pilz 0-3). Record: 12-1, 9-0 Cloverbelt East.
OWEN-WITHEE (38): Kolton Kaduce 4-13 2-3 10, Austin Milliren 5-14 2-2 13, John Schmeizer 0-0 0-0 0, Bryce Niemi 3-6 0-0 6, Hayden Houts 0-1 0-0 0, Preston Shelton 1-5 0-1 2, Adam Shakal 0-2 0-0 0, Will Maki 2-5 3-4 7. FG: 15-44. FT: 7-10. 3-pointers: 1-12 (Milliren 1-3, Shelton 0-1, Shakal 0-2, Maki 0-1, Kaduce 0-5). Record: 8-5, 6-3 Cloverbelt East.

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