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Marshfield finishes fifth at Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Tennis Tournament

Posted on 30 September 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – The Marshfield girls tennis team jumped into fifth place overall by taking fifth at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Tournament on Thursday at Wausau East and Wausau West high schools.

The Tigers scored 12 points at the tournament, vaulting ahead of Merrill to finish fifth in the overall conference standings that combine dual meet match wins and tournament victories. Marshfield had been sixth entering the tournament.

Wausau East, the undefeated regular-season champions, won the tournament and earned its first overall WVC title since 2012, ending Stevens Point’s streak of four championships in a row.

Conference champions were: Lillie James and Taylor Konczal of Stevens Point at No. 1 doubles; Elizabeth Wentzel and Maggie Negaard of Stevens Point at No. 2 doubles; Elizabeth Boulanger and Zoe Briqvelt-Miller of Wausau East at No. 3 doubles; Wausau East’s Savannah Carroll at No. 2 singles, Lea Ratanauwong at No. 3 singles, and Leah Blaskowski at No. 4 singles; and Stevens Point’s Sabrina Tang at No. 1 singles.

Marshfield’s top finish came from its No. 2 doubles team of Lauren Weigel and Emily Weis. The Tigers’ duo beat Paige Vruwink and Ellie Schuerman of Wisconsin Rapids in a three-set tiebreaker in the third-place match, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (9-7).

The No. 3 doubles team of Brooklyn Pillinger and Krupa Patel, Ashley Schultz at No. 1 singles, and Dara Stichert at No. 2 singles all placed fourth for the Tigers after winning first-round matches, before losing in the semifinals and third-place matches.

Jabina Devadas was the consolation bracket winner at No. 4 singles for Marshfield.

Marshfield will compete in the WIAA Division 1 subsectional tournament on Monday at Wisconsin Rapids. Sectionals are Oct. 5 at Wausau West.

Click here for complete results, courtesy of the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

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Marshfield boys, Schrodi win titles at Medford Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 30 September 2017 by paul

The Marshfield boys cross country team won the team title at the Medford Invitational on Thursday at Black River Golf Course. (Submitted photo)

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MEDFORD – The Marshfield boys cross country team had another impressive performance, placing four runners in the top five to win the team title at the four-team Medford Invitational on Thursday at Black River Golf Course.

Marshfield senior Jordan Dzikowich finished 3½ seconds behind winner Trey Ulrich of Medford to take second for the Tigers in 16:36.4. Three of his teammates followed as Joseph McKee was third (16:39.7), Addison Hill fourth (16:57.0), and Joshua McKee fifth (17:01.8) as Marshfield finished with 21 points to take the team title.

Marshfield senior Sophia Schrodi won the girls race in 20:19.9, 28 seconds ahead of Medford’s Lauren Meyer. The Tigers girls placed second behind Medford, which had its first five runners finish in the top seven.

Lilly O’Brien took sixth in 21:19.5, Ali Geiger was eighth (21:39.1) and Dehlia Kilty finished 10th (22:06.1) for Marshfield.

Marshfield will compete at the Black River Falls Invitational on Tuesday.

Medford Cross Country Invitational
Sept. 29, at Black River Golf Course
Boys
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 21; 2. Medford 41; 3. Antigo 80; 4. Lakeland 110.
Top 10 and Marshfield finishers: 1. Trey Ulrich (MED) 16:32.8; 2. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 16:36.4; 3. Joseph McKee (MAR) 16:39.7; 4. Addison Hill (MAR) 16:57.0; 5. Joshua McKee (MAR) 17:01.8; 6. Derek Rudolph (MED) 17:14.9; 7. Jared Oemig (MAR) 17:32.0; 8. Ray Zirngible (MED) 17:37.3; 9. Paul Fischer (MAR) 17:38.5; 10. Jacob Dick (MAR) 17:39.1; 11. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 17:47.5; 25. Isaac Eberl (MAR) 20:56.0.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Medford 21; 2. Marshfield 38; 3. Antigo 75; Lakeland incomplete.
Top 10 and Marshfield finishers: 1. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 20:19.9; 2. Lauren Meyer (MED) 20:47.9; 3. Franny Seidel (MED) 20:55.7; 4. Alicia Kawa (MED) 20:58.1; 5. Paige Brandner (MED) 21:12.2; 6. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 21:19.5; 7. Karli Higgins (MED) 21:20.0; 8. Ali Geiger (MAR) 21:39.1; 9. Ellee Grunwald (MED) 21:40.1; 10. Dehlia Kilty (MAR) 22:06.1; 13. Bailey Bauer (MAR) 22:52.5; 16. Elaina Kirschnik (MAR) 23:36.9; 24. Brooke McGrath (MAR) 25:33.9.

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Marshfield football rips Oshkosh North

Posted on 29 September 2017 by paul

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OSHKOSH – The Marshfield football team took a big step toward ending a three-year WIAA playoff drought with a 54-0 drubbing of Oshkosh North in a Valley Football Association game Friday at Titan Stadium.

The Tigers are now 4-3 overall and 3-3 in the VFA West. With a win at D.C. Everest on Oct. 6 or at home against Wausau West on Oct. 13, Marshfield would become playoff eligible. A pair of wins would guarantee a playoff berth.

Oshkosh North is now 0-7 overall and 0-6 in the VFA South.

Marshfield ripped off 31 points in the opening quarter of its dominating performance.

Brant Bohman had a 35-yard touchdown run and a 56-yard punt return for a score that bookended 3-yard TD runs by Ryan Krueger and Isaiah Baierl, and a 33-yard field goal from Mason Coffren.

The Tigers held Oshkosh North to just 56 total yards, and only 19 rushing.

Marshfield’s JV quarterback Joey Goettl threw an 8-yard TD pass to Caden Pearce and ran in from the 15 to finish off the scoring in the fourth quarter.

Tigers 54, Spartans 0
Marshfield 31 7 2 14 – 54
Oshkosh North 0 0 0 0 – 0
First Quarter

M – Brant Bohman 35 run (Mason Coffren kick).
M – Ryan Krueger 3 run (Coffren kick).
M – Isaiah Baierl 3 run (Coffren kick).
M – Coffren 33 field goal.
M – Bohman 56 punt return.
Second Quarter
M – Andy Goettl 7 run (Coffren kick).
Third Quarter
M – Safety.
Fourth Quarter
M – Caden Pearce 8 pass from Joey Goettl (Coffren kick).
M – J. Goettl 15 run (Coffren kick).
Team Statistics
First downs:
Marshfield 17; Oshkosh North 4.
Rushing (att-yards): M 34-265; ON 31-19.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): M 5-13-58-0; ON 7-19-37-1.
Total yards: M 323; ON 56.
Penalties (no.-yards): M 3-10; ON 2-8.
Fumbles lost: M 3; ON 1.
Individual Statistics
Rushing:
M, Andy Goettl 6-88, Brant Bohman 5-59, Eric Kubash 5-29, Caden Pearce 4-23, Joey Goettl 2-19, Isaiah Baierl 3-16, Tyler Spaeth 4-14, Ryan Krueger 3-10, Jace Langmeyer 2-7. ON, Garland 17-31, Kempfer 3-7, Krumrei 1-minus 2, No. 18 (no name provided) 2-minus 7, Schamens 8-minus 10.
Passing: M, Krueger 3-4-37-0, Will Voss 1-5-13-0, J. Goettl 1-4-8-0. ON, Schamens 3-10-18-1, No. 18 2-4-11-0, Kempfer 1-4-4-0.
Receiving: M, Pearce 2-21, A. Goettl 1-18, Isaac Meverden 1-12, Bohman 1-7. ON, Spanbauer 4-21, Conner 2-9, No. 85 (no name provided) 1-7.
Interceptions (defense): M, Jared Johnsrud.
Fumble recoveries (defense): ON 2.
Records: Marshfield 4-3, 3-3 Valley Football Association West; Oshkosh North 0-7, 0-6 VFA South.

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Quick start, tough defense pushes Stratford football past Auburndale

Posted on 29 September 2017 by paul

Stratford running back Kade Ehrike cuts back for a big gain during the second quarter of the Tigers’ victory at Auburndale on Friday night. Ehrike finished with 192 yards rushing and two touchdowns. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale running back Jacob Peplinski pushes off a Stratford defender on a run during the first quarter of Friday’s game at Auburndale High School. Stratford won 40-7. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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AUBURNDALE – The game couldn’t have started any better for the Stratford football team in its game Friday night against Auburndale.

Stratford needed just five offensive plays to score a touchdown, and the Tigers forced a fumble on Auburndale’s first play and scored four plays later to build a quick two-touchdown lead that set the tone in a 40-7 victory at Auburndale High School.

With the victory Stratford ensures itself of a WIAA playoff berth for the 26th-straight season. The Tigers also stay in contention for a second-straight Marawood Conference title, improving to 6-1 overall and 4-0 in conference play. Auburndale drops to 3-4 and 2-3 in the Marawood.

“I give our guys credit, they did a good job,” Stratford coach Jason Tubbs said. “Our offensive line kept their feet moving and opened some holes for Kade (Ehrike) and our other running backs to do their jobs.”

Quarterback Mark Handrick had a 27-yard touchdown run on the Tigers’ fifth play to get the scoring started.

Stratford forced a fumble that was recovered by Connor Multerer on Auburndale’s first play of the game, and four plays later Kade Ehrike ran in from the 4 to give the Tigers a quick 14-0 lead. Ehrike finished with 192 yards on 19 carries.

Auburndale was never able to recover, earning just four first downs and only 14 yards rushing on 20 carries against a stout Stratford defense that was in the Apaches’ offensive backfield for much of the game.

“We got behind the eight-ball right off the bat, and against a good team,” Auburndale coach Jay Anderson said. “I really think our guys wanted to come out and compete, and sometimes that really takes the wind out of your sails. They are a tough team to defend.”

Auburndale’s defense held on Stratford’s next three possessions before the Tigers finished the first half with a pair of scores.

A 29-yard run by Jordan Becker set up a 3-yard touchdown run from A.J. Schoenfuss to give Stratford a 20-0 lead with 4:11 to go in the first half.

A 53-yard kickoff return by Trayton Weister put Auburndale in scoring position, but the Apaches were stopped at the 9 after three consecutive incomplete passes.

Ehrike raced 70 yards on Stratford’s first play of the next possession and scored his second TD from the 6 with 28 seconds to go before halftime. A two-point pass from Handrick to Becker made it 28-0 at intermission.

“He has a burst that I haven’t seen in a running back in quite a while,” Tubbs said of Ehrike. “He reminds me a lot of Matt Olson and Chris Olson back in the day. He’s fun to watch, he’s a great athlete, and a three-sport athlete that you don’t see a lot of anymore, and good at all three. I’m really happy he’s on our side.”

Becker and Schoenfuss added rushing touchdowns in the second half, and Auburndale scored its only touchdown on a 65-yard pass from Ryan Issacson to Cale Jacoby with 8:14 remaining in the game.

The Apaches remain in playoff contention. If they win at winless Chequamegon next Friday, Auburndale would finish 3-3 in the Marawood, making them playoff eligible. Teams that finish .500 in its conference are not guaranteed a spot in the postseason, but it is rare that they are kept out.

Anderson said he wants his team to stay focused on the task at hand and not overlook the 0-7 Screaming Eagles.

“We focused on coming into the season was being able to compete and get these guys in the mindset to be focused on team unity, staying together, the enthusiasm and competition, and we really have,” Anderson said. “As far as our execution, we still have a ways to go.

“I had to remind our guys that we can’t take anyone for granted. Our wins haven’t been easy. There isn’t anyone out there that we can take for granted, or should. We can’t lose sight of the fact that we have a 2½ hour trip ahead of us and we need to improve.”

Stratford heads into its final two games at home next Friday against Marathon and Oct. 13 at Edgar with the conference championship in its sight.

Tigers 40, Apaches 7
Stratford 14 14 6 6 – 40
Auburndale 0 0 0 7 – 7
First Quarter

S – Mark Handrick 27 run (Reed Curtis kick), 10:17.
S – Kade Ehrike 4 run (Curtis kick), 7:57.
Second Quarter
S – A.J. Schoenfuss 3 run (kick blocked), 4:11.
S – Ehrike 6 run (Jordan Becker pass from Handrick), 0:28.
Third Quarter
S – Becker 12 run (kick missed), 4:49.
Fourth Quarter
S – Schoenfuss 5 run (kick missed), 9:17.
A – Cale Jacoby 65 pass from Ryan Isaacson (Cameron Ertl kick), 8:14.
Team Statistics
First downs:
Stratford 17; Auburndale 4.
Rushing (att-yards): S 48-369; A 20-14.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): S 5-12-46-0; A 5-13-122-1.
Total yards: S 415; A 136.
Fumbles (total-lost): S 2-0; A 2-1.
Penalties (no.-yards): S 6-49; A 6-40.
Punting (no.-avg.): S 3-30.7; A 6-30.0.
Individual Statistics
Rushing:
S, Kade Ehrike 19-192, Jordan Becker 8-70, Mark Handrick 5-37, Teddy Redman 4-33, Matthew Chapel 2-16, A.J. Schoenfuss 3-15, Dilan Dehlinger 3-11, Chase Flink 1-7, Max Schwabe 2-0, Devyn Dahlke 1-minus 12. A, Jacob Peplinski 8-22, Trayton Weister 9-1, Isaiah Hasenohrl 1-1, Dylan Paun 1-minus 2, Ryan Isaacson 1-minus 2.
Passing: S, Handrick 3-9-23-0, Schwabe 1-1-12-0, Chandler Schmidt 1-2-11-0. A, Isaacson 5-11-122-0, Cooper Weinfurter 0-2-0-1.
Receiving: S, Becker 2-27, Oscar Telschow 1-11, Ehrike 1-11, Vaughn Breit 1-6. A, Cale Jacoby 4-100, Cameron Ertl 1-22.
Fumble recoveries (defense): S, Connor Multerer.
Interceptions (defense): S, Alec Nagel.
Punting: S, Multerer 3-30.7. A, Keller Wolfe 6-30.0.
Records: Stratford 6-1, 4-0 Marawood Conference; Auburndale 3-4, 2-3 Marawood Conference.

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Fast start lifts Wisconsin Rapids past Marshfield boys soccer

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Jack Kiiskila scored four times in the first 23 minutes to lead Wisconsin Rapids to a 6-2 victory over Marshfield in a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys soccer match Thursday at Washington Elementary.

Kiiskila scored at the 8:13, 13:58, 20:05 and 22:55 marks to push Rapids to a big early advantage.

Marshfield is now 3-10 overall and 1-7 in Wisconsin Valley Conference play after losing its eighth game in a row. Rapids remains unbeaten in Valley play, improving to 6-0-3 (8-2-3 overall).

Joseph Ter Maat and Andrew Metcalf added goals later in the first half to put the Raiders ahead 6-0 by halftime.

Grant Urban and Alex Giles scored late for the Tigers’ two scores.

Marshfield hosts Merrill on Tuesday.

Raiders 6, Tigers 2
Marshfield 0 2 – 2
Wisconsin Rapids 6 0 – 6
First half:
1. WR, Jack Kiiskila (penalty kick), 8:13; 2. WR, Kiiskila (Andrew Metcalf), 13:58; 3. WR, Kiiskila, 20:05; 4. WR, Kiiskila (PK), 22:55; 5. WR, Joseph Ter Maat (Kiiskila), 37:42; 6. WR, Metcalf (Nick Willard), 39:59.
Second half: 7. M, Grant Urban (Spencer Frey), 63:00; 8. M, Alex Giles, 77:27.
Total shots: Marshfield 9; Wisconsin Rapids 19.
Shots on goal: M 6; WR 13.
Saves: M, Tommy Olson 3, Austin Mannigel 4. WR, Carson Crotteau 4.
Records: Marshfield 3-10, 1-7 Wisconsin Valley Conference; Wisconsin Rapids 8-2-3, 6-0-3 WVC.

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Spencer/Columbus football beats Regis for fourth win in a row

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul

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EAU CLAIRE – The Spencer/Columbus football team keeps on rolling.

The Rockets shut out Eau Claire Regis in the first half and went on to a 23-8 victory in a Cloverbelt Conference game Thursday at Carson Park. The win is Spencer/Columbus’ fourth in a row and it improves to 6-1 overall and in Cloverbelt play. Regis drops to 5-2 overall and 4-2 in the conference.

“Regis was well-prepared and will be a good playoff team,” Spencer/Columbus coach Jason Gorst said. “I was happy with the way our guys played in some rough moments. Ethan’s (Meece) pick at the end of the half in the end zone was a huge momentum play. (Lineman) Logan (Zschernitz) had a great game on both sides of the ball. Hunter (Luepke) gave us a little extra and really created some yards after contact.”

Spencer/Columbus hosts Altoona in its Cloverbelt finale next Friday, Oct. 6, at Beell Stadium in Marshfield as part of the Columbus Catholic High School’s homecoming week. The Rockets finish the regular season Oct. 13 with a nonconference game at Glenwood City.

Hunter Luepke ran for 181 yards and scored all three Rockets’ touchdowns, and added a pair of two-point conversion runs in the win.

Luepke had TD runs of 5 and 2 yards in the first half, and scored conversions after each to put Spencer/Columbus up 16-0 at halftime.

After a scoreless third quarter, Regis cut it to a one-possession game when Andrew Root scored from the 3 just 31 seconds into the fourth.

The Rockets held from there and Luepke added a 6-yard TD run late to ice it for SC.

Rockets 23, Ramblers 8
Spencer/Columbus 8 8 0 7 – 23
Eau Claire Regis 0 0 0 8 – 8
First Quarter

SC – Hunter Luepke 5 run (Luepke run), 4:35.
Second Quarter
SC – Luepke 2 run (Luepke run), 4:13.
Fourth Quarter
ECR – Andrew Root 3 run (Cade Osborn pass from Isaac Michels), 11:29.
SC – Luepke 6 run (Evan Dieringer kick).
Team Statistics
First downs:
Spencer/Columbus 21; Eau Claire Regis 12.
Rushing (att-yards): SC 51-267; ECR 33-69.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): SC 3-8-65-0; ECR 9-15-143-1.
Total yards: SC 332; ECR 212.
Fumbles (total-lost): SC none; ECR 1-1.
Penalties (no.-yards): SC 8-65; ECR 3-35.
Punting (no.-avg.): SC 4-28.0; ECR 4-33.5.
Individual Statistics
Rushing:
SC, Hunter Luepke 25-181, Carson Hildebrandt 14-37, Jacob Miller 9-33, Jarred Mandel 2-12, Hayden Bauman 1-4. ECR, Andrew Root 14-62, Nati Raehl 2-11, Hayden Reinders 4-11, Cade Osborn 3-9, Calvin Diaz 6-2, Tristan Root 2-minus 2.
Passing: SC, Mandel 3-8-65-0. ECR, Isaac Michels 8-11-108-0, Osborn 1-3-35-1, Ben Boda 0-1-0-0.
Receiving: SC, Hildebrandt 2-29, Lukas Ellefson 1-36. ECR, Raehl 6-129, Root 2-12, Ryan Diresi 1-2.
Interceptions (defense): SC, Ethan Meece.
Punting: SC, Luepke 3-28.0, Austin Bacon 1-28.0. ECR, Raehl 4-33.5.
Records: Spencer/Columbus 6-1 overall and Cloverbelt Conference; Eau Claire Regis 5-2, 4-2 Cloverbelt Conference.

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Wausau West rallies to beat Marshfield volleyball

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Wausau West rallied from a 2-1 deficit to knock off Marshfield 3-2 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference volleyball match on Thursday at Marshfield High School.

The Warriors won 20-25, 25-22, 20-25, 27-25, 15-10, to improve to 4-3 in conference play. Marshfield is now 2-5 in the Valley.

Lindsey Steffen had 13 kills, Corianne Johnson had 45 assists and 22 digs, Kaydee Johnson had 32 digs, and Madison Nelles added 10 kills for Marshfield.

Marshfield will compete at the Neenah Invitational on Saturday.

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Auburndale girls win team title at Athens Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul

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ATHENS – Isabella Jewell finished third and Kali Karl was fifth to lead the Auburndale girls cross country team to the team title at the Athens Invitational on Thursday.

Auburndale’s top-five finishes all ended up in the top 10 as the Apaches finished with 35 points, 27 ahead of second-place Phillips. Stratford was fourth (115), Spencer fifth (130), and Marshfield Columbus Catholic sixth (152) in the team standings.

Kortnie Volk of Three Lakes won the girls race in 20:02.1, about 20 seconds ahead of Jewell. Karl was fifth at 21:01.8, Erricka Zenner took eighth, Taylor Stanton was ninth, and Vanessa Mitchell finished 10th for the Apaches.

Macie Schillinger finished seventh to lead Stratford, running in 21:08.3.

Spencer’s top runner was Kaitlin Kasch, who was 16th in 21:58.1, and Columbus was led by Marissa Immerfall, who was 25th in 23:08.6.

Phillips won the boys team title with 49 points, 12 better than Wisconsin Rapids Assumption. Columbus Catholic was third with 112, Stratford fifth at 156, Spencer sixth at 157, and Auburndale seventh at 161.

Sean Dolan of Wisconsin Rapids Assumption outran teammate Garrett Dolan to win the boys race in 16:58.1.

Peyton Nystrom was the top area runner, taking sixth in 17:48.1.

James Heeg of Stratford was eighth in 18:03.7 and Aaron Pankratz of Spencer finished 10th in 18:07.4 to also earn top-10 finishes.

Auburndale’s top runner was Carl Lundgren, who took 23rd in 18:34.4.

Athens Cross Country Invitational
Sept. 28, at Erbach Park
Boys
Team scores:
1. Phillips 49; 2. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 61; 3. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 112; 4. Athens 124; 5. Stratford 156; 6. Spencer 157; 7. Auburndale 161; 8. Prentice 182; 9. Owen-Withee 204; 10. Stanley-Boyd 263; 11. Thorp 263; Three Lakes incomplete.
Top 10 individuals, and Columbus Catholic, Auburndale, Spencer and Stratford finishers: 1. Sean Dolan (WRA) 16:58.1; 2. Garrett Dolan (WRA) 17:04.6; 3. Nicholas Rogaczewski (ATH) 17:22.7; 4. Jared Zwettler (TL) 17:32.4; 5. Jed Miller (PH) 17:40.6; 6. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 17:48.1; 7. Ben Edwards (PH) 17:50.2; 8. James Heeg (ST) 18:03.7; 9. Adam Dums (PR) 18:03.9; 10. Aaron Pankratz (SP) 18:07.4; 11. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 18:08.4; 13. Collin Nieman (SP) 18:13.4; 22. Isaac Thompson (ST) 18:31.1; 23. Carl Lundgren (AUB) 18:34.4; 27. Paul Kollross (AUB) 18:42.2; 32. Flynn McQuillen (MCC) 18:50.2; 33. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 18:52.9; 34. Lance Heidmann (ST) 18:53.9; 35. Josh Guyer (MCC) 18:54.4; 37. Leo Rodriguez (SP) 19:00.9; 42. Matthew Leick (AUB) 19:23.9; 43. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 19:25.1; 44. Derek Marten (ST) 19:30.9; 45. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 19:35.4; 46. Jacob Dick (MCC) 19:39.1; 50. Bryce Shaw (SP) 19:50.3; 52. Brett Kasch (SP) 20:00.4; 53. Brenden Fecker (ST) 20:03.7; 54. Dominick Wichlacz (SP) 20:37.4; 59. Andrew Chapel (ST) 20:57.3; 60. Ashton Ackman (SP) 21:03.3; 61. Carver Empey (AUB) 21:29.1.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Auburndale 35; 2. Phillips 62; 3. Prentice 98; 4. Stratford 115; 5. Spencer 130; 6. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 152; 7. Three Lakes 163; 8. Owen-Withee 165; Wisconsin Rapids Assumption, Athens, Stanley-Boyd, Thorp incomplete.
Top 10 individuals, and Columbus Catholic, Auburndale, Spencer and Stratford finishers: 1. Kortnie Volk (TL) 20:02.1; 2. Serena Moore (PR) 20:07.0; 3. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 20:22.6; 4. Annikka Johnson (PH) 20:58.9; 5. Kali Karl (AUB) 21:01.8; 6. Carolyn Neerdaels (PH) 21:04.4; 7. Macie Schillinger (ST) 21:08.3; 8. Erricka Zenner (AUB) 21:09.7; 9. Taylor Stanton (AUB) 21:15.6; 10. Vanessa Mitchell (AUB) 21:15.6; 16. Kaitlin Kasch (SP) 21:58.1; 17. Annalise Jewell (AUB) 21:59.6; 18. Anna Kollross (AUB) 22:02.9; 20. Angelia Verdone (ST) 22:36.6; 23. Kaylee Hollatz (ST) 22:56.1; 25. Marissa Immerfall (MCC) 23:08.6; 26. Leah Nieman (SP) 23:09.6; 31. Kaylee Wehrman (SP) 23:33.0; 32. Melanie Lang (MCC) 23:39.9; 33. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 23:55.5; 35. Hannah Zastrow (SP) 24:06.3; 36. Taya Nett (ST) 24:16.2; 40. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 24:40.4; 43. Sabrina Vircks (SP) 25:00.2; 44. Leigh Anne Sieracki (SP) 25:19.6; 45. Maddy Pavloski (ST) 25:30.7; 46. Holly Dean (MCC) 26:31.2; 47. Ashley Dean (MCC) 26:33.8; 48. Brenna Manecke (ST) 26:35.0; 50. Tiffany Meinders (SP) 26:45.6; 52. Julia Schneider (ST) 27:01.0.

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Columbus Catholic soccer rallies past Wisconsin Valley Lutheran

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul

Columbus Catholic’s Calvin Brown puts a shot on goal during the Dons’ win over Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Thursday at Griese Park. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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MARSHFIELD – Wisconsin Valley Lutheran gave the Marshfield Columbus soccer team all it could handle for a little more than a half, but the Dons finally got their offense clicking and ran away with a 4-1 victory in a Central Wisconsin Conference match Thursday at Griese Park.

The Dons’ powerful offense was held at bay for most of the first half as Wisconsin Valley Lutheran was able to push the ball out of its half of the field time after time.

Coleton Schubring scored on a penalty kick in the 37th minute to give the Wolves a 1-0 lead before the Dons finally got things going.

Evan Dieringer scored off an assist from Zach Olson with 2:23 to go before halftime to tie the game.

After 10 minutes of scoreless soccer, Columbus’ Nadim Torbey countered WVL’s goal with a penalty kick of his own, and less than 2 minutes later Torbey scored again to put the Dons up 3-1.

Dieringer added a goal on a long kick from the top right corner of the penalty box with 1:49 to go to provide the final margin.

“We needed some more communication on the defensive end, we needed more supportive runs from the forwards, and we cleaned it up in the second half,” Columbus Catholic coach Jeff Edwards said. “The first half was really bad, no one was talking, and we deserved to be tied because we were not playing well.”

With the victory, Columbus (12-3-1, 9-1 CWC) keeps pace with Central Wisconsin Conference leader Amherst/Iola-Scandinavia/Rosholt to remain one-half game out of first place. With four conference games remaining, including a regular-season finale Oct. 13 against the Falcons, Edwards said he is pleased the team is in position to compete for the conference title.

“It will be interesting here,” Edwards said. “If we win out we can win conference again. It would be nice to do. We’re expecting a good game with Pacelli here on Monday. We’re thankful for Northland Lutheran tying Amherst, and they have to still play them again, so who knows what will happen there.”

Columbus hosts Stevens Point Pacelli on Monday at Griese Park.

Dons 4, Wolves 1
Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 1 0 – 1
Columbus Catholic 1 3 – 4
First half:
1. WVL, Coleton Schubring (penalty kick), 36:11; 2. CC, Evan Dieringer (Zach Olson), 42:37.
Second half: 3. CC, Nadim Torbey (PK), 55:41; 4. CC, Torbey (Brown), 57:22; 5. CC, Evan Dieringer (Torbey), 88:11.
Total shots: Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 8; Columbus Catholic 23.
Shots on goal: WVL 3; CC 14.
Corner kicks: WVL 6; CC 12.
Saves: WVL, Rhein Zuelsdorff 10. CC, Kellen Heinzen 2.
Records: Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 4-4-2 overall and Central Wisconsin Conference; Marshfield Columbus Catholic 12-3-1, 9-1 CWC.

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Marshfield freshman football team rolls past P.J. Jacobs

Posted on 28 September 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield freshman football team improved to 4-1 this season with a 31-6 victory over Stevens Point P.J. Jacobs on Thursday at Marshfield High School.

The Marshfield offense exploded for four long scoring plays. Quarterback Will Nikolai threw touchdown passes of 76 yards to Simon Slade and 55 yards to Wyatt LeMoine, Alec Adams had a 70-yard touchdown run, and Matthew Donavan added an 88-yard TD run for the Tigers.

Seth Peterson had a 32-yard field goal and four extra-point kicks to account for the rest of Marshfield’s points.

Seth Kleinschmidt, Ethan Dagit, Damian Hanes, Kavin Beranek and Logan Mueller were Marshfield’s top tacklers.

Marshfield plays at home against next Thursday against Wisconsin Rapids.

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