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Columbus Catholic soccer shuts out Wisconsin Valley Lutheran in Mid-State opener

Posted on 31 August 2015 by paul

Columbus Catholic's Nick Malovrh (left) sprints past Wisconsin Valley Lutheran's Wyatt Anklam during Monday's soccer game at Griese Park in Marshfield. The Dons won 5-0. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Columbus Catholic’s Nick Malovrh (left) sprints past Wisconsin Valley Lutheran’s Wyatt Anklam during Monday’s soccer game at Griese Park in Marshfield. The Dons won 5-0. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The way the Marshfield Columbus Catholic soccer team was dominating the ball, it was just a matter of time before the Dons would break the game open.

Charles Payant finally broke the scoreless tie in the 38th minute and the Dons poured on four goals in a 24-minute span of the second half to rout Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 5-0 in the Mid-State Soccer Conference opener for both teams on Monday at Griese Park.

Nadim Torbey, Nick Malovrh, Tyler Fuerlinger and Farid Torbey all scored in the second half for Columbus Catholic, which improves to 4-0 this season and earned its third-straight shutout.

Evan Dieringer assisted on the final two goals, and Kellen Heinzen, Calvin Brown and Nadim Torbey also had assists for the Dons.

“Our possession was very good today,” Columbus Catholic coach Jeff Edwards said. “We needed to work on a little bit harder paced passes to hit that open man when we had the open spaces. We picked up our intensity in the second half.”

Columbus is the defending Mid-State champion and the way it is playing defense, the Dons looked poised to compete for the title again.

The Dons did not allow a shot on goal in either of their two games at the Central Wisconsin Christian tournament on Saturday, or on Monday against WVL.

“Our defense is pretty tough,” Edwards said. “We’ve got a lot of quick guys back there, a lot of height and muscle, guys that will shoulder someone off the ball, which is helpful.”

Columbus plays at Northland Lutheran on Thursday in another MSSC game.

Dons 5, Wolves 0
Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 0 0 – 0
Columbus Catholic 1 4 – 5
First half:
1. CC, Charles Payant (Kellen Heinzen), 37:21.
Second half: 2. CC, Nadim Torbey (Calvin Brown), 57:54; 3. CC, Nick Malovrh (N. Torbey), 58:56; 4. CC, Tyler Fuerlinger (Evan Dieringer), 71:01; 5. CC, Farid Torbey (E. Dieringer), 81:14.
Shots on goal: Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 0; Columbus Catholic 30.
Corner kicks: WVL 0; CC 13.
Saves: WVL, Ryan Zuelsdorff 25; CC, Bailey Keffer 0.
Records: Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 0-1 overall and Mid-State Soccer Conference; Columbus Catholic 4-0, 1-0 MSSC.

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Columbus Catholic soccer rolls to 3-0 mark at CWC Crusader Kickoff

Posted on 30 August 2015 by paul

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WAUPUN – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic soccer team rolled to two shutout victories Saturday to finish 3-0 at the two-day Crusader Kickoff at Central Wisconsin Christian High School.

The Dons defeated Kenosha Christian Life 8-0 and Green Bay NEW Lutheran 4-0 to improve to 3-0 this season.

Columbus outshot KCL 25-0 in the opener, dominating play. Nadim Torbey had five goals, Nick Malovrh added a pair of goals, and Alexandra Hutchison scored once for the Dons. Christian Payant had five assists, and Calvin Brown, Hutchison and Matthias Gouin each added one in the win.

In Gmae 2, the Dons outshot NEW Lutheran 21-0, completing an easy day for goalkeepers Bailey Keffer and Kellen Heinzen.

Brown, Noah Hansen, Tyler Fuerlinger and Evan Dieringer each scored once for Columbus. Malovrh added an assist.

Columbus opens up Mid-State Soccer Conference play at 5 p.m. Monday against Wisconsin Valley Lutheran at Griese Park.

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Spencer volleyball fourth at Marathon Early Bird Invite

Posted on 30 August 2015 by paul

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MARATHON – The Spencer volleyball team had a tough day at the Marathon Early Bird Invitational on Saturday, finishing 2-3 to take fourth place.

Spencer defeated Northland Lutheran 25-15, 25-10, and Stratford 25-17, 25-21, and lost to Phillips 25-22, 25-22, Marathon 25-22, 25-16, and Loyal/Granton 17-25, 25-19, 15-11.

“It was a long day for us,” Spencer coach Buff Heller said. “We just kept beating ourselves. The talent is here, we just need to find some motivation. It will be a long, hard week preparing for our next match.”

Macie Weber had 34 kills and 15 blocks in the five matches for Spencer. Sydney Kind added 23 kills and 11 service aces, McKenzie Bainer had 64 assists, and Jenna Rogers had 60 digs for the Rockets.

Spencer’s next match is a nonconference dual at Westfield on Thursday.

Stratford statistics and scores were not provided.

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Marshfield girls golf shoots 426 at Sparta Invite

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

The Marshfield girls golf team competed at the Sparta Invitational on Saturday. Team members are, from left, coach Ashley Lorenzen, Patty Bloczynski, Ana Jensen, Roma Shah and Jordyn Fitzgerald. (Photo submitted)

The Marshfield girls golf team competed at the Sparta Invitational on Saturday. Team members are, from left, coach Ashley Lorenzen, Patty Bloczynski, Ana Jensen, Roma Shah and Jordyn Fitzgerald. (Photo submitted)

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SPARTA – Ana Jensen shot an 89 and Jordyn Fitzgerald added a 90 for the Marshfield girls golf team at the Sparta Invitational on Saturday at Sparta Run Golf Course.

Patty Bloczynski added a 111 and Roma Shah had a 136 to round out the scoring for the Tigers, who finished with a 426.

Onalaska won the team title with a score of 364. Complete team scores were not reported.

Marshfield will compete in its second Clover Valley Golf League meet of the season Thursday at Osseo-Fairchild.

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Marshfield boys soccer, Racine Case play to scoreless tie

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

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SUN PRAIRIE – The Marshfield boys soccer team was shut out for the second day in a row, but were able to squeak out a scoreless tie against Racine Case in the third-place game of the Sun Prairie Invitational on Saturday.

Grant Urban and Ethan Allar combined for the shutout for the Tigers, who lost 2-0 to Waukesha West on Friday in the opening round of the tournament.

“Racine was a good test,” Marshfield coach Steve McCann said. “We tried multiple combinations on the field and learned a lot – what we have and what we need to improve on.”

Marshfield opens its Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule with a home game against Wausau West at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Griese Park.

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Marshfield volleyball ends up sixth at Sun Prairie Cardinal Invite

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

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SUN PRAIRIE – The Marshfield volleyball team went 3-2 for the second day in a row and finished sixth at the Sun Prairie Cardinal Invitational on Saturday at Sun Prairie High School.

The Tigers defeated Beaver Dam 25-13, 25-11; Luxemburg-Casco 25-23, 25-22; and Waupun 25-22, 26-24; and lost to Watertown 21-25, 25-22, 15-10; and De Pere 25-19, 25-19, to finish sixth.

“I am pretty pleased with our performance this weekend,” Marshfield coach Dawn Sadowska said. “We obviously have some things to still work on, but three of our losses this weekend came to really strong nprograms who ended up in the top four of the tournament. This team is only going to get better and better.”

Stephanie Rhodes led Marshfield with 37 kills and added 38 digs, Anna Ripp had a team-high 77 assists, Sara Dasler had 55 digs, and Jenny Scheppler added 38 digs and 10 aces for the Tigers.

Alex Aumann added 30 kills and 13 blocks, and Hannah Meverden had 15 blocks as well for Marshfield.

The Tigers open Wisconsin Valley Conference action Thursday at home against Merrill.

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Auburndale rolls to title at Green Bay East Invitational

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

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GREEN BAY – The Auburndale volleyball team dropped just one game and went a perfect 6-0 to win the Green Bay East Invitational on Saturday.

Auburndale defeated Sheboygan Christian 25-8, 25-15; Green Bay East 25-8, 25-17; New London 17-25, 27-25, 15-10; Green Bay NEW Lutheran 25-22, 25-16; Southern Door 25-18, 25-21; and Menasha 25-16, 25-15, to win the tournament title.

Robyn Brokish had 42 kills, Taylor Gotz added 30 kills, setter Sydney Schmutzer had 117 assists, and Brooke Anderson had 14 services for the Apaches.

Ashley Peplinski added 22 kills and nine aces, and Cindy Jensen had 21 kills for Auburndale.

Auburndale opens Marawood Conference South Division play Tuesday at Pittsville.

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Edgar shuts out Auburndale football

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

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EDGAR – The Auburndale football team dropped its second-straight game, losing 43-0 at Edgar in a Marawood Conference game Friday night at Edgar High School.

The Apaches were blanked for the second game in a row and fall to 0-2 overall and in the Marawood.

Edgar pitched its second-straight shutout after beating Chequamegon 46-0 in Week 1.

Auburndale hosts Rib Lake/Prentice on Sept. 4.

The Apaches were held to just 63 total yards, including 20 yards rushing on 23 carries.

Kurt Jankowski led the defense with 11 tackles and an interception.

Complete game statistics were not provided.

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Stratford football blanks Colby

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

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STRATFORD – The Stratford football team improved to 2-0 with a 32-0 rout of Colby in a nonconference matchup Friday night at Tiger Stadium.

The Tigers, who beat Mosinee 21-14 last week, will open their Marawood Conference season on Sept. 4 at Marathon.

Taylor Krall ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns, and Kam Bornbach added 116 yards and a score for the Tigers.

Stratford ran for 389 yards on 49 carries as it dominated the Hornets. The Tigers limited to Colby to 188 total yards and grabbed a pair of interceptions.

Tigers 32, Hornets 0
Colby 0 0 0 0 – 0
Stratford 7 13 6 6 – 32
First Quarter

S – Taylor Krall 35 run (Kam Bornbach kick).
Second Quarter
S – Krall 28 run (Bornbach kick).
S – Krall 15 run (Conversion failed).
Third Quarter
S – Bornbach 29 run (Conversion failed).
Fourth Quarter
S – Jordan Becker 2 run (kick failed).
Team Statistics
First downs:
Colby 11; Stratford 19.
Rushing (att-yards): Colby 35-97; Stratford 49-389.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Colby 8-19-91-2; Stratford 1-6-10-0.
Penalties (no.-yards): Colby 4-20; Stratford 4-29.
Fumbles lost: Colby 0; Stratford 1.
Individual Leaders
Rushing:
C, Raatz 11-30, Stuttgen 6-21, Leffel 6-15. S, Krall 11-138, Bornbach 13-116, C. Hoffmann 6-48, Ehrike 7-36, Becker 2-27, Wenzel 1-4, Marquardt 1-0.
Passing: C, Stuttgen 3-9-35-1. S, C. Hoffmann 1-5-10-0, Wenzel 0-1-0-0.
Receiving: C, Meyer 2-28, Raatz 2-17. S, Ehrike 1-10.
Records: Colby 0-2; Stratford 2-0.

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Spencer/Columbus football routs Stanley-Boyd to improve to 2-0

Posted on 29 August 2015 by paul

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STANLEY – The Spencer/Columbus Catholic football team snapped Stanley-Boyd’s 16-game Cloverbelt Conference winning streak with a resounding 36-8 victory on Friday night at Stanley-Boyd High School.

Noah Zastrow ran for 139 yards and Hunter Luepke added 128 yards and scored four touchdowns for the Rockets, who dominated the two-time defending Cloverbelt champions.

“That is one of the best team efforts I have seen,” Spencer/Columbus coach Jason Gorst said. “Our guys up front controlled the line of scrimmage both ways.”

The outcome was never in doubt as the Rockets pulled out to a 20-0 lead by halftime.

Luepke scored from 15 yards out with 6:18 to go in the first quarter, Jonny Tomke returned an interception for a score less than a minute later, and Luepke had a 4-yard TD run late in the second quarter to give S/C a commanding lead

Luepke added scoring runs of 5 and 44 yards in the second half as the Rockets built a 36-0 lead.

Spencer/Columbus (2-0 overall and Cloverbelt) outgained Stanley-Boyd (1-1 overall and Cloverbelt) 361-315. The Orioles had just 65 yards rushing on 27 carries.

The Rockets hosts Neillsville on Sept. 4.

Rockets 36, Orioles 8
Spencer/Columbus 14 6 8 8 – 36
Stanley-Boyd 0 0 0 8 – 8
First Quarter

SC – Hunter Luepke 15 run (Noah Zastrow run), 6:18.
SC – Jonny Tomke interception return (run failed), 5:34.
Second Quarter
SC – Luepke 4 run (run failed), 0:29.
Third Quarter
SC – Luepke 5 run (Luepke run), 5:40.
Fourth Quarter
SC – Luepke 44 run (Luepke run), 5:46.
SB – Sam Burzynski 25 pass from Seth Hause (Zach Turner pass from Brandon Herrick), 3:51.
Team Statistics
First downs:
S/C 18; S-B 9.
Rushing (att-yards): S/C 56-339; S-B 27-65.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): S/C 1-3-11-0; S-B 7-21-125-1.
Penalties (no.-yards): S/C 3-30; S-B 1-5.
Punting (no.-yards): S/C 3-25.0; S-B 4-31.5.
Individual Statistics
Rushing:
S/C, Noah Zastrow 16-139, Hunter Luepke 17-128, Hunter Hildebrandt 9-45, Jonny Tomke 3-12, Calvin Lenz 8-11, Adam Walter 2-4, Bubba Post 1-0. S-B, Ben Goettl 7-25, Seth Hause 6-13, Aaron Schneider 3-9, Braxton Thompson 2-7. Luke Spaeth 2-6, Zach Turner 4-5, Steve Spaeth 1-2, Sam Burzynski 2-minus 2.
Passing: S/C, Lenz 1-3-11-0. S-B, Hause 6-19-118-1, Brandon Herrick 1-2-7-0.
Receiving: S/C, Hildebrandt 1-11. S-B, Turner 3-79, Burzynski 2-34, Collin Meyer 1-7, Goettl 1-5.
Interceptions (defense): S/C, Tomke.
Punting: S/C, Zastrow 3-25.0. S-B, S. Spaeth 4-31.5.
Records: Spencer/Columbus 2-0 overall and Cloverbelt Conference; Stanley-Boyd 1-1 overall and Cloverbelt Conference.

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