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Stevens Point blanks Marshfield boys soccer in Tigers’ WVC opener

Posted on 31 August 2017 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – The Marshfield boys soccer team had a rough opening game to its Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule as it lost 10-0 to Stevens Point at the Portage County Youth Soccer Complex on Thursday night.

Marshfield was outshot 17-5, with all five of its shots on goal saved by Stevens Point goalkeeper Ethan Manzke.

Ricky Perez scored four times, and Keondre Porter and Ben Yang each scored twice for the Panthers. Perez added two assists, and Isaac Williams and Lio Perkins each added goals for Stevens Point (2-2, 1-1 WVC).

Austin Mannigel had seven saves in goal for Marshfield.

Marshfield (1-2 overall) returns to action Tuesday against Wisconsin Rapids. The game, at Griese Park, begins at 5 p.m.

“Despite the loss there were some positives to take from the game,” Marshfield coach Steve McCann said. “The boys played hard to the end of the game. We figured out more about some of our players’ strengths and weaknesses.

“We are on a learning curve right now that is steep and doesn’t get any easier when we host Wisconsin Rapids next Tuesday.”

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Marshfield volleyball overcomes slow start to beat Wausau East

Posted on 31 August 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Karly Nikolai spikes through the middle of the Wausau East defense during the Tigers’ 3-0 win on Thursday at Marshfield High School. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – After a ragged start, the Marshfield volleyball team came together to pull out a sweep in its Wisconsin Valley Conference opener Thursday night.

The Tigers won 25-21, 25-18, 25-3, to win their WVC opener against Wausau East at Marshfield High School.

Wausau East ran off six-straight points to take a 13-7 lead in Game 1 before the Tigers rallied.

Two aces by Corianne Johnson and three more from Jordyn Wilcott helped Marshfield build a 19-16 lead. An ace from Alexis Schnitzler and a kill by Karly Nikolai finished off the win and set tone for the rest of the match.

“We played some tough competition last weekend,” Marshfield coach Dawn Sadowska said. “It was hard to have losses (3-7 at the Sun Prairie Invitational), but I think it really made us a better team. They’re used to playing faster and I thought our block coverage was really good.”

Marshfield jumped out to a 12-6 lead in the second game and pushed it to 21-12 after three aces from sophomore Kati Sadowska. A pair of East errors led to the final two points as the Tigers won 25-18.

In Game 3 it was all Tigers.

Marshfield scored 17 points in a row on the serve of Wilcott. She had five aces during the run, and finished with eight in the match.

Nikolai, who had 19 kills overall, and five in the final game for the Tigers.

“Our energy is really what was lacking last weekend,” Dawn Sadowska said. “We talked about that all week about how they were going to have to play with energy on the court and from the bench. I think they did a really good job all around on the things we worked on this week.”

Hannah Meverden had six block kills, and Corianne Johnson finished with 30 assists. Kaydee Johnson had 13 digs and Wilcott added 12 for the Tigers.

Marshfield hosts its annual invitational on Saturday and returns to Wisconsin Valley Conference action Sept. 7 at Stevens Point.

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Stratford volleyball knocks off Columbus Catholic

Posted on 31 August 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Marshfield Columbus Catholic won the opening game but couldn’t hold on and dropped a 3-1 decision to Stratford in a nonconference volleyball match Thursday night at Columbus Catholic High School.

Stratford won 23-25, 25-21, 25-12, 25-15.

Maren Seefluth had 11 kills and Jessica Jakopin added 10 for the Dons. Annie Baierl had 20 digs on the defensive end, and setter Brooke Neider had 26 assists for Columbus.

“The team started out strong tonight and we lost momentum in games 3 and 4,” Columbus coach Kat Egle said. “We are a young team that just needs to clean up our errors.”

Mazie Nagel had 16 kills and 14 digs to lead Stratford in each category. Jadyn Dahlke had 24 assists and Brooke Peterson added 22 assists, and Madisyn Dahl added 11 digs for the Tigers.

Columbus will play at the Nekoosa Invitational on Saturday. Stratford returns to action Tuesday when it opens its Marawood Conference South Division schedule at home against Wisconsin Rapids Assumption.

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Marshfield freshman football opens season with shut out win

Posted on 31 August 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield freshman football team opened its season with a 20-0 victory over Wausau East on Thursday at East High School.

Will Nikolai had nine carries for 112 yards and a touchdown, and Alec Adams rushed for 62 yards and two more touchdowns for the Tigers.

Seth Peterson kicked two extra points, and Michael Wright, Kavin Beranek and Ky Swanson led Marshfield in tackles.

Marshfield’s next game is at D.C. Everest on Sept. 7.

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Auburndale volleyball wins two of three at Greenwood Quad

Posted on 31 August 2017 by paul

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GREENWOOD – The Auburndale volleyball team finished 2-1 at the Greenwood Quadrangular on Thursday at Greenwood High School.

Auburndale defeated Alma Center and Greenwood, and lost to Stanley-Boyd.

Auburndale had a strong defensive night with 105 digs in the three matches. Maggie Willfahrt led the way with 19 digs, Mackenzie Raab added 16, Rachael Bolder and Alexis Soppe each had 15, and Teryn Lau had 14.

Hannah Bolder had 17 kills and Raab added 14, and setters Rachael Bolder had 28 assists and Raab chipped in 26 assists.

Auburndale opens Marawood Conference South Division action Tuesday at Wausau Newman Catholic.

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Columbus Catholic soccer rolls past Gresham/Bowler

Posted on 31 August 2017 by paul

Columbus Catholic’s Jonah Keffer splits the Gresham/Bowler defense during the Dons’ win at Griese Park on Thursday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic won its second-straight Central Wisconsin Conference game on Thursday, pounding Gresham/Bowler 7-3 at Griese Park.

Evan Dieringer hit for a hat trick, and Calvin Brown had two goals and two assists for the Dons, who are now 3-2 overall and 2-0 in the CWC.

After a quick goal by Gresham/Bowler (0-3-1, 0-2 CWC), Dieringer scored off an assist from Anna Roewe to tie it and Zach Olson put the Dons ahead for good 10 minutes later.

Dieringer added another goal before halftime, and Columbus scored four unanswered goals in the second half to pull away as Brown, Nadim Torbey, Dieringer and Brown again all added scores to make it 7-1.

The Dons play at Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.

Dons 7, Wildcats 3
Gresham/Bowler 1 2 – 3
Columbus Catholic 4 3 – 7
First half:
1. GB, Bryce Bohl (Todd Otradovec), 5:15; 2. CC, Evan Dieringer (Anna Roewe), 17:15; 3. CC, Zach Olson (Calvin Brown), 27:01; 4. CC, Dieringer (Brown), 30:20; 5. CC, Brown (Nadim Torbey), 47:00.
Second half: 6. CC, Torbey (Zoe Stratman), 51:56; 7. CC, Dieringer (Nick Malovrh), 61:43; 8. CC, Brown (Dieringer), 71:14; 9. GB, Bohl (Otradovec), 75:34; 10. GB, Otradovec, 85:22.
Total shots: Gresham/Bowler 14; Columbus Catholic 32.
Shots on goal: GB 6; CC 12.
Corner kicks: GB 1; CC 8.
Records: Columbus Catholic 3-2, 2-0 Central Wisconsin Conference; Gresham/Bowler 0-3-1, 0-2 CWC.

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Columbus Catholic soccer heads to new conference, eyes another title

Posted on 30 August 2017 by paul

Columbus Catholic senior Nick Malovrh returns to the Dons’ soccer team in 2017 after scoring 12 goals and earning second-team all-conference honors a year ago. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic soccer team will move into a new conference this season after taking two of the past three championships in the Mid-State Soccer Conference, which included an unbeaten title season in 2016.

The MSSC was disbanded and Columbus Catholic will now compete in the Central Wisconsin Conference. Much of the competition remains the same, with Wausau Newman Catholic, Northland Lutheran, Stevens Point Pacelli, Tri-County and Wisconsin Valley Lutheran moving on with Columbus to join Amherst/Iola-Scandinavia/Rosholt and Gresham/Bowler in the new CWC soccer alignment.

McDonell/Regis is the odd team out in the old MSSC and will now play an independent schedule, which includes a home-and-home series for the Dons.

“We are in a new conference this season, joining some old faces and some new faces in the Central Wisconsin Conference,” Columbus Catholic coach Jeff Edwards said. “I believe we will be competitive in the conference and have a real shot at repeating as champions. The postseason is all about the match-ups. We want to have a successful season to ensure a high-seed for the playoffs. Playing at home in front of our fans is important, so we want to get those home games.”

Columbus shoots for a fifth-straight WIAA regional title overall with an experienced roster that includes six seniors and three returning all-MSSC selections, including two-time first-team pick Calvin Brown.

Second-team selections Nadim Torbey and Nick Malovrh also are back for the Dons, who finished 20-3 overall and 12-0 in conference play before losing in the WIAA Division 4 sectional semifinals to Arcadia.

Columbus allowed just 17 goals all season, seven of which came in the 7-5 loss to Arcadia.

Torbey scored 23 goals, Malovhr had 12, and Brown 10 a year ago for the Dons.

The Dons did lose a lot of firepower, however, as Mid-State Player of the Year Tyler Fuerlinger, and fellow all-conference selections Tim Gruenloh, Ryan Dieringer, Charles Payant and goalkeeper Bailey Keffer all graduated.

“I think the strengths of this team will be midfield play and our possession of the ball,” Edwards said. “This team has shown great promise with 2-3 touches and distributing the ball to the target. Our depth is something we need to develop as the season progresses. Losing five seniors who were all-conference players has an impact. We need the underclassmen to step in and earn some playing time.”

Junior Kellen Heinzen is expected to step into the goalkeeper position.

Matt Olson, Noah Hansen, Zoe Stratman and Ella Schultz join Malovrh and Brown as returning seniors.

Juniors Anna Roewe and Evan Dieringer, sophomores Tom Nystrom, Dylan Porter, Annika Brown, Addison Baierl, Zach Olson, Jonah Keffer, Lucas Reigel, Olivia Mahoney and Kevin Nguyen, and freshmen Cole Heinzen, Wyatt Drexler, Sydney Mauritz and Kellen Delaney round out the roster and will compete for playing time alongside the veterans.

Columbus opened its season at the Central Wisconsin Christian Kickoff Tournament on Aug. 25-26, and finished 1-2, with Torbey scoring five goals in the three games, including a hat trick in the opener against Neenah St. Mary Catholic. Torbey added two more goals in the Dons’ win over Northland Lutheran on Aug. 28 in their CWC opener.

Columbus opens its home season Thursday against Gresham/Bowler. The game, at Griese Park, starts at 5 p.m.

Note: This story is a corrected version of the original one posted on Aug. 30.

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Stratford cross country competes at Iola-Scandinavia T-Bird Invitational

Posted on 29 August 2017 by paul

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IOLA – The Stratford girls finished 10th and the boys 11th at the Iola-Scandinavia T-Bird Cross Country Invitational on Tuesday at Iola Winter Sports Park.

Freedom ran away with both team titles. The Irish boys scored 59 points, 52 points ahead of second-place Wausau East. Stratford was 11th with 271 points. The Freedom girls had the top two finishers and all five of its top runners in the top 10 to score 23 points. Winneconne was second with 121 points, while Stratford was 10th with 234.

James Heeg topped the Stratford boys, finishing 20th in 18:34.75. Isaac Thompson had the Tigers’ only other top-50 finish as he took 40th in 19:17.50. Jordan Straub of Wausau East won the boys race in 17:07.50, 22 seconds ahead of Iola-Scandinavia’s Joe Makovec.

Macie Schillinger led the Stratford girls by finishing 15th in 21:53.29. Angelia Verdone was 48th in 23:58.00. Freedom’s Jaci Hinz won the girls race in 19:54.36, less than 3 seconds ahead of teammate Lauren Vosters.

Stratford is off until Sept. 12 when it hosts its annual Tiger Invitational.

T-Bird Invitational
Aug. 29, at Iola Winter Sports Park
Boys
Team scores:
1. Freedom 59; 2. Wausau East 121; 3. Winneconne 125; 4. Amherst 148; 5. Bonduel 166; 6. Waupaca 176; 7. Stevens Point Pacelli 179; 8. Seymour 196; 9. Lomira 214; 10. Oconto 267; 11. Stratford 271; 12. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 319; 13. Menominee Indian 367; 14. Oneida Nation 381; 15. Neenah St. Mary Catholic 388; 16. Weyauwega-Fremont 391; Iola-Scandinavia and Clintonville incomplete.
Top 10 and Stratford finishers: 1. Jordan Straub (WE) 17:07.50; 2. Joe Makovec (IS) 17:29.76; 3. Jordan Lorenz (ON) 17:31.73; 4. Riley Volkman (SEY) 17:44.27; 5. Joe Lezotte (FRE) 17:56.08; 6. Cole McKenzie (AM) 18:02.54; 7. Colin Ewing (BON) 18:03.48; 8. Alex Klarner (FRE) 18:04.58; 9. Noah Briquelet (WE) 18:05.91; 10. Josh Woller (OC) 18:07.11; 20. James Heeg (ST) 18:34.75; 40. Isaac Thompson (ST) 19:17.50; 94. Tim Wenzel (ST) 21:15.43; 98. Antonia Verdone (ST) 21:21.76; 101. Brenden Fecker (ST) 21:25.72; 116. Sam Schoenfuss (ST) 22:11.03; 118. Andrew Chapel (ST) 22:12.12; 125. Derek Marten (ST) 22:26.13; 126. Cody Miller (ST) 22:26.86; 130. Branden Ackley (ST) 22:41.77; 168. Spencer Griepentrog (ST) 24:24.69; 171. Benno Wenzel (ST) 24:29.40; 173. Kaden Haupt (ST) 24:36.69; 209. Kolby Mueller (ST) 28:44.66; 211. Jake Skroch (ST) 29:36.68.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Freedom 23; 2. Winneconne 121; 3. Bonduel 132; 4. Wausau East 136; 5. Weyauwega-Fremont 170; 6. Stevens Point Pacelli 176; 7. Lomira 179; 8. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 207; 9. Amherst 215; 10. Stratford 234; 11. Seymour 240; 12. Clintonville 297; 13. Waupaca 341; 14. Wabeno/Laona 385; 15. Oconto 442; 16. Manawa 514; Iola-Scandinavia, Oneida Nation incomplete.
Top 10 and Stratford finishers: 1. Jaci Hinz (FRE) 19:54.36; 2. Lauren Vosters (FRE) 19:57.29; 3. Erika Kisting (IS) 20:05.11; 4. Jada Beacom (IS) 20:09.53; 5. Marin Reed (LOM) 20:23.14; 6. Mariah Haight (WE) 20:32.38; 7. Liz Murphy (FRE) 20:37.93; 8. Kara Troxel (BON) 20:49.68; 9. Rayna Stordahl (FRE) 21:05.99; 10. Gabby Johnson (FRE) 21:12.37; 15. Macie Schillinger (ST) 21:53.29; 48. Angelia Verdone (ST) 23:58.00; 56. Kaylee Hollatz (ST) 24:21.24; 76. Taya Nett (ST) 25:03.71; 88. Chelsey Gliniecki (ST) 25:38.84; 111. Madeline Pavloski (ST) 27:20.18; 142. Sydney Boeger (ST) 28:41.22; 163. Brenna Manecke (ST) 30:53.73; 165. Paige Kolbeck (ST) 31:01.83; 166. Megan Schmidt (ST) 31:03.08; 170. Grace Greenberg (ST) 31:21.44; 172. Kylah Wenzel (ST) 31:36.39; 173. Julia Schneider (ST) 31:40.80; 182. Saige Tichy (ST) 32:22.26; 190. Sydney Slominski (ST) 33:47.12; 199. Rose Huther (ST) 36:49.62.

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Marshfield girls golf third at Greenwood Hills

Posted on 29 August 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield girls golf team finished third at the second Wisconsin Valley Conference meet of the season Tuesday at Greenwood Hills Country Club. D.C. Everest was the host team.

Stevens Point finished with a score of 186, D.C. Everest was second with 211, and Marshfield third with a score of 243.

Isabelle Jensen shot a 55, Roma Shah had a 58, Morgan Meyer had a 64, and Leia Linzmeier shot a 66 for Marshfield’s top-four finishers that count toward the team score. Also competing for the Tigers were Jenna Jakobi (67), Jenna Reigel (73) and Anna Weis (74).

The third leg of the conference tournament is Tuesday, Sept. 5, at Wisconsin Rapids.

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Marshfield JV football falls in double OT at Appleton West

Posted on 29 August 2017 by paul

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APPLETON – The Marshfield JV football team suffered its first loss of the season, falling 10-7 in double overtime to Appleton West on Monday at West High School.

Jace Langmeyer scored a touchdown in the first quarter, which was set up by a long pass play from Joey Goettl to Sam Hinson.

Riley Boushack had a pair of interceptions and Caleb Specht had another, and the Tigers (1-1) had a number of sacks in the loss.

Marshfield’s next game is Tuesday, Sept. 5, at home against Hortonville. Game time at Beell Stadium is 6 p.m.

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