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Marshfield volleyball wins at Antigo

Posted on 29 September 2015 by paul

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ANTIGO – The Marshfield volleyball team continued its strong play as of late by whipping Antigo 3-0 in a nonconference match Tuesday at Antigo High School.

The Tigers won 25-19, 25-17, 25-16, for their sixth-straight dual-match victory.

Stephanie Rhodes had 12 kills, Ema Fehrenbach and Alexa Aumann each added 11 kills, Anna Ripp had 37 assists, and Sara Dasler had 24 digs for the Tigers (25-8 overall match record).

Marshfield is now off until Oct. 8 when it hosts Wausau East.

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Columbus Catholic boys third at Edgar Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 29 September 2015 by paul

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RIB MOUNTAIN – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic boys cross country team had four top-25 finishes and finished third in the team standings at the 2015 Edgar Invitational on Tuesday at Nine Mile Forest.

Leonard Steinert was 13th (18:23.0), Peyton Nystrom was 16th (18:25.5) and Benny Frericks finished 18th (18:32.9) to lead the Dons, who totaled 99 points. Medford won the boys team title with 35 points, with Tomahawk second with 42.

Jarod Rudolph of Medford won the boys race in 16:55.4, with teammate Derek Rudolph third in 17:24.9. Tanner Moris of Crandon took second in 17:07.8.

Mosinee won the girls team title with 63 points, with Tomahawk second with 83.

Columbus Catholic had four runners and did not have a complete team score. Morgan Albrecht led the Dons by taking 25th place in 22:54.7.

Columbus returns to action Oct. 6 at the Auburndale Invitational, which will be held at Frey Farm in Spencer.

Click here for complete results via performancetiming.com.

2015 Edgar Cross Country Invitational
Sept. 29, at Nine Mile Forest, Rib Mountain
Boys
Team scores:
1. Medford 35; 2. Tomahawk 42; 3. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 99; 4. Mosinee 100; 5. Crandon 133; 6. Neillsville 152; 7. Edgar 216; 8. Loyal/Greenwood/Granton 217; 9. Pittsville 248; 10. Eau Claire Regis 260; Owen-Withee incomplete.
Top 10 and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Jarod Rudolph (MED) 16:55.4; 2. Tanner Moris (CRAN) 17:07.8; 3. Derek Rudolph (MED) 17:24.9; 4. Mason Tomany (MOS) 17:30.4; 5. Trey Ulrich (MED) 17:30.5; 6. Troy Vanstrysdonk (TOM) 17:34.4; 7. Alex Johnson (TOM) 17:52.9; 8. Mason Webster (TOM) 17:53.9; 9. Joe Tomandl (ED) 17:56.9; 10. Cayton Scholz (TOM) 18:02.4; 13. Leonard Steinert (MCC) 18:23.0; 16. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 18:25.5; 18. Benny Frericks (MCC) 18:32.9; 25. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 19:05.6; 27. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 19:10.1; 29. Jon Viegut (MCC) 19:14.0; 32. Leo Pittsley (MCC) 19:19.7; 35. Zach Gotz (MCC) 19:41.2.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Mosinee 63; 2. Tomahawk 83; 3. Medford 84; 4. Eau Claire Regis 108; 5. Edgar 123; 6. Pittsville 142; 7. Neillsville 150; 8. Crandon 189; 9. Loyal/Greenwood/Granton 228; Marshfield Columbus Catholic and Owen-Withee incomplete.
Top 10 and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Dani Whiting (TOM) 20:16.9; 2. Kallie Falteisek (OW) 20:41.3; 3. Mackenzie Carey (MED) 21:05.1; 4. Jenna Hughes (PIT) 21:35.2; 5. Danielle Yengo (ECR) 21:44.7; 6. Hannah Brandner (MED) 21:46.4; 7. Hannah Brewster (ED) 21:48.4; 8. Shelby Herring (MOS) 21:52.9; 9. Mackenzie Person (OW) 21:56.6; 10. Grace Theisen (ECR) 22:01.2; 25. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 22:54.7; 32. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 23:02.6; 33. Hannah Grubofski (MCC) 23:03.0; 37. Melanie Lang (MCC) 23:14.3.

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Spencer volleyball outlasts Colby, now 5-0 in Cloverbelt East

Posted on 29 September 2015 by paul

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COLBY – The Spencer volleyball team remained undefeated in the Cloverbelt Conference East Division after beating Colby 3-1 in a conference dual match Tuesday at Colby High School.

The Rockets won 25-16, 20-25, 25-11, 25-20, to improve to 5-0 in the Cloverbelt East. Colby is now 1-4.

Macie Weber had 12 kills, five blocks and seven service aces to lead the way for the Rockets. Sadie Mercier had 28 assists, Jenna Rogers had 12 digs, and Sydney Kind added seven kills for Spencer.

“We were kind of all over the place tonight,” Spencer coach Buff Heller said. “We need to pick up the consistency as we try to finish the conference schedule strong.”

Spencer hosts Neillsville in a Cloverbelt East match on Thursday and will play at the Reedsburg Invitational on Saturday.

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Columbus Catholic volleyball downs Assumption

Posted on 29 September 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Kendra Baierl had 19 kills and Jennifer Reigel had 32 assists to lead the Columbus Catholic volleyball team to a 3-1 nonconference win over Wisconsin Rapids Assumption on Monday at Columbus Catholic High School.

Columbus won the match 25-17, 13-25, 25-16, 25-17.

Sierra Litwatis had 15 digs, Abby Baierl added 13 digs, and Celine Scholin had 10 kills for the Dons.

The Dons play Loyal/Granton at Granton on Thursday at 7:15 p.m.

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Columbus Catholic soccer rolls past Northland Lutheran

Posted on 29 September 2015 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Calvin Brown and Nadim Torbey each scored twice to lift the Marshfield Columbus Catholic soccer team to a 10-1 rout of Northland Lutheran on Monday at Griese Park.

Ryan Dieringer, Nick Malovrh, Farid Torbey, Tyler Fuerlinger and Alexandra Hutchison each added goals for the Dons, who improve to 9-0-2 overall and 6-0-2 in the Mid-State Soccer Conference. The Dons also scored on an own goal by Northland Lutheran.

Bailey Keffer had two saves in goal for Columbus.

Ryan Dieringer, Farid Torbey, Fuerlinger, Matt Olson, Noah Hansen and Evan Dieringer each had an assist, and Charles Payant had two assists for the Dons.

The Dons play at Stevens Point Pacelli on Thursday at 7 p.m.

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Marshfield JV girls tennis nets three conference titles

Posted on 28 September 2015 by paul

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WAUSAU – Marshfield had three individual champions at the 2015 Wisconsin Valley Conference JV Girls Tennis Tournament on Saturday at Wausau West High School.

Kacy Wesolowski (No. 2 singles), McKensey Koran (No. 3 singles) and Olivia Devadas (No. 4 singles) won individual titles for the Tigers.

Dara Stichert was second at No. 1 singles, Ema Michaleck was second at No. 4 singles, McKenzie Martens finished third at No. 2 singles, and the No. 1 doubles team of Hailey Tobin and Alexis Means finished 2-1 at the tournament.

The varsity tournament will be Thursday at Wausau East & West high schools.

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Marshfield girls golf primed for postseason

Posted on 27 September 2015 by paul

Marshfield's Patty Bloczynski putts on the 18th green during the Tigers' home girls golf meet on Sept. 22 at Marshfield Country Club. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Patty Bloczynski putts on the 18th green during the Tigers’ home girls golf meet on Sept. 22 at Marshfield Country Club. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield girls golf team finished fourth in the Clover Valley Golf League this season, which was the middle of the pack in the seven-team conference.

However, the improvement the Tigers have shown this season has first-year coach Ashley Lorenzen excited for the postseason.

Marshfield heads into the WIAA Division 1 sectional at Stevens Point Country Club on Wednesday playing its best golf of the season.

Seniors Ana Jensen, Jordyn Fitzgerald and Patty Bloczynski, and sophomore Roma Shah make up the Tigers’ roster, and all have been able to shave strokes off their scores throughout the season.

“I’m excited about regionals, really hopeful,” Lorenzen said. “The girls have all vastly improved. Roma is in the 60s, she was in the 70s when we started. Patty was in the 60s when we started and she’s in the 50s. Jordyn was around 50 and is down in the 40s.

“Stevens Point’s a hard course, we all know that, and luckily we’ve played it this year, and we’ve played the back nine, which is the harder one. I’m hopeful and excited.”

Marshfield had its best team finish of the CVGL season at Stevens Point Country Club on Sept. 11, taking third with a score of 217, one shot behind Eau Claire Regis for second.

While the team score wasn’t their lowest of the season, the Tigers showed at that meet, on a difficult course, that they can compete at a high level.

Jensen has emerged as clear No. 1 for the Tigers, after finishing fourth or better at four of the six Clover Valley meets. She shot a 43 to tie for third at Marshfield’s home meet on Sept. 22 at Marshfield Country Club and added a fifth-place finish with a 45 at the final CVGL individual meet last Thursday at Pine Valley Golf Course in Marathon to clinch third in the overall season standings. She earned first-team all-conference honors. Fitzgerald ended up seventh in the standings and was a second-team all-CVGL honoree.

Lorenzen said Jensen has worked hard to put herself in the position she is in heading into the regional.

“Early in the year, coming on as a new coach and not knowing the girls, not knowing where to place them (in the lineup), she was neck and neck with some of the other girls,” Lorenzen said. “She was like, ‘I need your help, I need you to line me up.’ She really wanted to use me as a coach, and I’m thankful for that. I think that’s really helped her out.

“She’s focused when she plays, she doesn’t look at what else is going on, and she plays smart. I think she’s got a beautiful golf swing and I couldn’t be happier with her performance.”

The top four teams and top four individuals not on those teams at the regional will advance to the Division 1 Tomah sectional. The top two teams and three individuals not on those teams at the sectional move on to the 2015 WIAA State Girls Golf Tournament at University Ridge Golf Club in Verona on Oct. 12-13.

WIAA Girls Golf Postseason Schedule
Division 1 regional at Stevens Point Country Club, Sept. 30, 9 a.m.
Teams:
Holmen, La Crosse Central/Logan, Marshfield, Onalaska, Sparta, Stevens Point, Tomah, Westby/Viroqua, Wisconsin Rapids.
Division 1 sectional at Hiawatha Golf Course, Tomah, Oct. 5, 9 a.m.
Additional teams:
Chippewa Falls/McDonell, Eau Claire Memorial, Eau Claire North, Hudson, New Richmond, Rice Lake, River Falls, Superior.
WIAA State Girls Golf Tournament
Oct. 12-13, University Ridge Golf Club, Verona

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Marshfield volleyball finishes 4-1 at UW-Oshkosh tournament

Posted on 26 September 2015 by paul

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OSHKOSH – The Marshfield volleyball team finished 4-1, losing in the semifinals at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Titan Tussle on Saturday.

The Tigers defeated Oconto Falls 25-19, 22-25, 15-13; Mosinee 24-26, 25-23, 15-7; and Brillion 25-20, 25-13; in pool play. In bracket play, Marshfield downed Middleton 25-14, 25-18, before losing to Oshkosh Lourdes 20-25, 25-19, 15-11, in the semifinals.

Anna Ripp had 123 assists, 38 digs, and eight service aces, and Stephanie Rhodes had a team-high 41 kills for the Tigers to earn all-tournament honors.

Ema Fehrenbach added 35 kills, Alexa Aumann had 34 kills and 12 blocks, Jenny Scheppler had nine aces, and Sara Dasler had a team-high 89 digs for Marshfield (24-8 overall).

Marshfield’s next match is Tuesday at Antigo.

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Onalaska shuts out Marshfield boys soccer

Posted on 26 September 2015 by paul

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ONALASKA – Onalaska ended Marshfield’s five-game win streak with a 2-0 shutout of the Tigers in a nonconference boys soccer game Saturday afternoon at Rider’s Club Road Soccer Field.

Mitchell Schaller scored on a penalty kick 1:48 into the game and Nick Havireck added another goal midway through the second half to lift Onalaska (11-1-2) to the win.

“We game them and early PK and fought hard to get it back,” Marshfield coach Steve McCann said. “We had them on their heels for a long time in the first half with seven corner kicks over a shot time, but hit the crossbar early and had a couple of shots go wide.”

Mathias Holm had 12 saves in goal for Marshfield (6-5-2).

The Tigers host Stevens Point at 4 p.m. Thursday at Griese Park.

Hilltoppers 2, Tigers 0
Marshfield 0 0 – 0
Onalaska 1 1 – 2
First half:
1. O, Mitchell Schaller (penalty kick), 1:48.
Second half: 2. O, Nick Havireck (Addison Freybier), 68:59.
Total shots: Onalaska 16; Marshfield 11.
Shots on goal: Onalaska 14; Marshfield 7.
Corner kicks: Onalaska 3; Marshfield 8.
Saves: O, Shane Kucharczyk 7; M, Mathias Holm 12.
Records: Onalaska 11-1-2; Marshfield 6-5-2.

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Spencer/Columbus football grabs big road win at Eau Claire Regis

Posted on 26 September 2015 by paul

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EAU CLAIRE – The Spencer/Columbus Catholic football team took a huge step toward its first-ever Cloverbelt Conference championship with a thrilling 36-30 victory over Eau Claire Regis on Saturday afternoon at Carson Park.

Calvin Lenz threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to Noah Zastrow with 5:58 remaining to break a tie and the Rockets’ defense did the rest to secure the victory.

Spencer/Columbus remains perfect at 6-0 overall and in the Cloverbelt, while Regis falls to 4-2 and 3-2 in the conference.

The Rockets must win one of their final two conference games – Oct. 2 against Altoona and Oct. 16 at Osseo-Fairchild – to claim at least a share of the Cloverbelt title. Winning both games would give the Rockets the outright crown. Spencer/Columbus has never won a Cloverbelt title and Spencer’s last conference championship came in 1982 as a member of the Marawood Conference. That marks the last time Edgar or Stratford did not at least share that conference’s title.

Spencer overcame three first-half fumbles to grab a 22-15 lead at the break after Hunter Luepke scored on a 24-yard run with 25 seconds to go before halftime.

Regis tied the game early in the third quarter before Luepke scored again from 1 yard out to put S/C up 30-22.

Regis rebounded again to tie it at 30-30 before Lenz’s TD pass won it for the Rockets.

“It was a humbling win against a very good program,” Spencer/Columbus coach Jason Gorst said. “I am really proud of the way our boys battled through the adversity of penalties and turnovers. We have a lot of work to do to improve and become more disciplined, but those guys play with a lot of heart.”

Luepke finished with 158 yards rushing and Lenz added 63 yards on the ground and a score.

Spencer/Columbus will host Altoona (4-2, 3-2 Cloverbelt) at Beell Stadium in Marshfield on Oct. 2 as part of Columbus Catholic High School’s homecoming celebration. The game begins at 7 p.m.

Rockets 36, Ramblers 30
Spencer/Columbus 8 14 8 6 – 36
Eau Claire Regis 0 15 15 0 – 30
First Quarter

SC – Calvin Lenz 8 run (Noah Zastrow run), 6:24.
Second Quarter
ECR – Cicha 22 run (Schober run), 10:27.
ECR – Recovered fumble in end zone (Schober kick), 7:16.
SC – Zastrow 31 run (Jonny Tomke run), 5:09.
SC – Hunter Luepke 24 run (run failed), 0:25.
Third Quarter
ECR – Schober 35 pass from Petit (Schober kick), 10:41.
SC – Luepke 1 run (Luepke run), 4:59.
ECR – Rocksvold 19 pass from Petit (pass good), 0:40.
Fourth Quarter
SC – Zastrow 41 pass from Lenz (Luepke run), 5:58.
Team Statistics
First downs
: S/C 17; Regis 9.
Rushing (att-yards): S/C 55-325; Regis 38-126.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): S/C 3-6-86-0; Regis 3-6-59-0.
Fumbles (total-lost): S/C 3-3; Regis 0-0.
Penalties (total-yards): S/C 8-80; Regis 4-30.
Punting (no.-avg.): S/C 1-33.0; Regis 2-34.0.
Individual Statistics (Regis stats not provided)
Passing:
S/C, Calvin Lenz 2-5-48-0, Noah Zastrow 1-1-38-0.
Rushing: S/C, Hunter Luepke 23-158, Lenz 10-63, Hunter Hildebrandt 9-35, Elijah Welsh 2-32, Zastrow 5-30, Jonny Tomke 4-11, Austin Post 1-0, Team 1-minus 4.
Receiving: S/C, Zastrow 1-41, Post 1-38, Hildebrandt 1-7.
Records: Spencer/Columbus 6-0 overall and Cloverbelt Conference; Regis 4-2, 3-2 Cloverbelt Conference.

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