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Peshtigo & Kewaunee Clash Thursday for Packerland Lead

Issue Date: January 10, 2018

Bulldog Grapplers Drop Blue Devils

The Peshtigo wrestlers defeated Oconto 48-12 on Thursday, Jan. 4 in a quick match that had less than five minutes of total wrestling. Peshtigo won the first eight matches, including the first two by pin, as Riley Plosczynski (225) pinned Tyler Lipp in 2:28 and Gavin Brissette (285) took down Lucas Ruechel in 2:23.

That was the full extent of the competition on the night, as Zach Wauters (113), Bailey Webb (120), Nick Parrett (126), John Schaut (132), Max Rauch (145) and Mitchell Peters (152) all won by forfeit for the Bulldogs, while Troy Wenzel (170) and Isaac Diaz (195) gave the Blue Devils 12 points by forfeit.

"They just didn't have the numbers," Peshtigo Coach Warren Howard said.

Peshtigo has the Packerland Conference Championship on Thursday and hosts a home invitational over the weekend.

"That's going to be a good tournament for us," Howard said. "We'll hopefully do pretty good as a team. We've got a few guys out sick."



Cougars Fall to Pirates on Alumni Night

While Coleman's wrestlers won six of 12 matches against Bay Port, they team came up just short, with 12 points by forfeit proving to be enough for the visiting Pirates get the 42-30 win.

"If you give up two matches and 12 points to a good team it's tough to make that up," Coleman Coach Kevin Casper said. "We still had our opportunities but a few of the kids probably didn't wrestle up to their full potential. At the same time, that's how we learn and get better."

Bay Port won the first three matches of the night, starting with a 7-6 decision win by Max Meeuwsen (220) over Brock Martinson. At the heaviest and lightest weights, the Cougars were forced to forfeit, giving Eli Trast (285) and Tristan Warzynski (106) uncontested victories.

In a 15-0 hole, Coleman's two returning state champions tightened things back up. Koltin Grzybowski (113) beat Connor Halverson by 19-4 tech fall in four minutes, while Caleb Gross (120) pinned Chance Omanski in 3:52. The team then came within a point with a Logan Liptak (126) 5-0 decision victory over Carter Mischka.

"Obviously our state champions are wrestling great, which is to be expected I guess," Casper said.

Austin Heim, who is ranked 12th at the 132-pound weight class in Division I, pinned Billy Ganter in 4:27 to restore a seven-point lead for the Pirates.

Jake Baldwin countered back for the Cougars at 138, pinning Colton Klimek in 1:25, but Bay Port would win the next two matches.

Matt Arnoldi (145) beat Sam Kuchta by 5-4 decision and Caleb Hale (152) pinned Tyler Blanchard in 3:29.

Though Blanchard lost the match, Casper said Blanchard still has high expectations for the season.

"There's no doubt he wants to get to state and probably even be a state place winner," Casper said. "He's seasoned, even though he's a freshman. He's as good as anybody."

Shamus McLain gave the Cougars four points with an 11-1 major decision against Chandler Stordeur and Jonathon Bieber pinned Mars McGriff in 1:24 to give the Cougars their 30-point total.

"Shamus keeps coming on," Casper said. "He's doing a very good job and keeps improving."

For Bay Port, Travis Jahnke (170) pined Coby Den Ruyter in 1:55 and Jack Ehrfurth (195) pinned Spencer Karban in 1:24.

"Overall it was a good match. Unfortunately, we didn't quite get the job done," Casper said in conclusion. "Sometimes you learn more from a loss than you do from a win. The good thing is we will correct those mistakes and I know our kids will keep getting better and hopefully we're where we need to be at the end of the year."

The Cougars were without Bryce Karban, who was lost to injury at the Oshkosh on the Water tournament. Casper said there's an outside chance he could return before the end of the season.



Peshtigo and Marinette Compete in Green Bay United Scramble

Peshtigo took fourth of ten teams at the Green Bay United Scramble on Saturday, Jan. 6, beating out Marinette's wrestlers, who came in fifth.

Wisconsin Rapids, Shawano and Green Bay United were the only teams to beat out the Bulldogs, who bested larger schools including Waupun, Appleton West and Madison East.

Zack Wauters (113) returned to the mat after missing last weekend's Oshkosh on the Water tournament with an illness and winning by forfeit against Oconto Tuesday. After a bye, his first match did not go as planned, as he was beaten in a 7-4 decision by Manitowoc Lincoln's Jordan Craft, who is 22-6 on the season. He rounded back into form after the loss, however, winning his next three matches in a combined 1:22.

His next two matches were as quick as it gets. Against Andrew Christian of Shawano, Wauters beat him in about half a minute and he followed it up with a 17-second pin of Marinette's Alec Queever and a win over Wisconsin Rapids' Cale Benitz in 1:01. Wauters finished second in his weight class.

Wauters, who hadn't wrestled a match in about two weeks, described his performance as "rusty."

Despite the loss, Peshtigo Coach Warren Howard said Wauters turned things around quickly, adding that he believes Wauters is a better wrestler than Craft.

"He hadn't wrestled in about two weeks and he came out flat on his first match," Howard said. "After that he wrestled really well."

When asked if he'd be ready when the postseason rolled around, Wauters responded with "Oh yeah. We're planning on it."

Nick Parrett took second at 126 and Max Rauch placed second at 145, losing only in his final match of the day.

Parrett won his first two matches, each by major decision, beating Marinette's London Brown and Laconia's Langdon Everson, 16-7 and 19-7, respectively. He would lose his next two matches, however, getting pinned by Wisconsin Rapids' Ryan Sering and defeated by decision against Shawano's Reef Anthony. He ended strong, pinning Green Bay United's Travis Weatherspoon in 1:47.

"Every tournament we go to he runs into the toughest kids," Howard said. "This tournament he wrestled well. He just did some great things and took a second. That's good for him because early in the year he was just hitting the tournaments where there's really solid kids. Now he's down a weight and he's just wrestling really well."

Rauch pinned his first four opponents, all in under two minutes. He took down Madison East's Tavion Russell in 1:27, Marinette's Sam McClain in 1:21, Damon Khang of Green Bay United in 1:48 and Shawano's Gage Timm in 1:46. He dropped his final match of the day against Laconia's Zachary Foth by 5-2 decision. Foth is 21-3 on the year, while Rauch's record moved to 26-6.

Kody Klimek (220) and Gavin Brissette (285) each took third in their respective weight classes.

Klimek lost both of his live matches by pin, losing to Marinette's Reese Holder and Shawano's Keith Tourtillot, receiving three bye victories.

Brissette started and ended with medical forfeit wins over Wisconsin Rapids' Mike Iverson. In between, he pinned Appleton West's Brandon Kluba in 1:33 and Marinette's Cory Siebers in 28 seconds, while losing to Manitowoc Lincoln's Tanner Wigand by decision, 16-11.

Riley Plosczynski (195) placed fourth in his weight class. He began the day with a pin over Haeven Thor of Appleton West, while also receiving a bye, but he lost his other three matchups via pin.

John Schaut (132) and Mitchell Peters (152) were each fifth, while Bailey Webb (113) came in sixth.

Schaut went 3-2, winning his final two matches of the day. He started with a bye, finishing with a decision win over Atticus Cruz of Green Bay United and a pin of Laconia's Brodey Schroeder in 4:42. He lost to Appleton West's Ethan Gause and Manitowoc Lincoln's Walker Bergene.

Peters was pinned by Laconia's Tyler Lovejoy and Alex Sumnicht of Shawano, but came back to win his final three matches by pin. He took down Madison East's Collin Waech in 5:17, Marinette's Sam Drees in 3:05 and Waupun's Zackry Pemberton in 5:51.

Webb lost his first match against Rapids' Cale Benitz, getting pinned in 1:30, but went on to win out. He pinned Laconia's Locgan Sauer, won via bye and medical forfeit in the next two rounds, and pinned Appleton West's Parker Wendt in 1:35 to end the day.

"I think all in all the kids wrestled really well," Howard said. "We're just getting to that tournament time where we have to start picking up the pace a little bit."

Though Marinette placed a spot behind the Bulldogs in the team standings, the Marines did have two weight class winners in Sean Holk (170) and Reese Holder (220).

Holder started with a pin over Peshtigo's Kody Klimek and beat Shawano's Keith Tourtillott by 6-4 decision to win the three-person weight class.

Holk faced five opponents. The first four ended the same way, with Holk getting a victory by pin. He pinned Waupun's Ethan Nighbor in 1:14, Wisconsin Rapids' Andrew Schuetz in 3:10, Shawano's Sam Tourtillot in 2:21 and Madison East's Armon Myadze in 2:50. The final match against Green Bay United's Travis Giese wasn't quite a pin, but it did end early, with Holk victorious by tech fall, 18-3. Holk is 23-2 on the year.

Owen Suennen (106) and Sam Gressel (132) each placed third. Suennen lost his first two matches, both by decision, to Manitowoc Lincoln's Demario Ford and Rapids' Damien Bennet, with the latter coming by 3-2 score. He ended the day with three strong wins over Laconia's Michael Lonee in a 38-second pin, Shawano's Wyatt Brandt by 12-3 major decision and Appleton West's Chase Wendt in a 1:34 pin.

Gressel started the event with two major decision wins over Laconia's Brodey Schroder and Green Bay United's Atticus Cruz. His next two matches were losses, however, as he was taken down by Rapids' Zac Hamel via pin and Manitowoc Lincoln's Walker Bergene in a major decision. He beat Appleton West's Ethan Gause in a 7-2 decision to end the day.

Sam McClain (145) took fourth. He went 2-3 with wins over Rapids' Hunter Knutson by pin and United's Damon Khang by 5-2 decision, but lost to Peshtigo's Max Rauch, Shawano's Gage Timm and Laconia's Zachary Foth.

Three Marines went on to take fifth. Alec Queever (113) took fifth, going 1-4 with a major decision win over Laconia's Logan Sauer before losing four straight to end the day. London Brown (126) went 1-4 with a won over Laconia's Langdon Everson in his third match and Brady McVane (160) lost his first four before pinning Shawano's Jerald Raeder in his final match.

Cory Siebers (285) took seventh, Sam Drees (152) came in eighth and both Dominic Paradiso (138) and Dillon Hill (182) took ninth.



Host Panthers Top Brawl in the Falls Field

Oconto Falls won its home invitational on Saturday, Jan. 6, taking the Brawl in the Falls against 11 other teams, including Wabeno/Laona, Gillett/Suring, Florence and Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy.

Two Panthers, Noah Stary (160) and Dan Ausloos (285) topped the podium at the home invitational.

After two byes, Stary beat two Gillett/Suring opponents to claim first. He beat Brice Winkler by 16-6 major decision and Reid Winkler by 6-3 decision.

Ausloos (13-1) pinned all three opponents he faced. He beat Green Bay Preble's Jakob Wolfe in 1:54, New Holstein's Shaun Pernell in 39 seconds and Preble's Daniel Hernandez in 3:10.

Jager Eisch (106) took second with a 3-1 record, including a pin over Green Bay Preble's Trentin Phillips and a decision victory over teammate Brendan Konitzer, 6-3.

The loss to his teammate was Konitzer's only loss. He won his other two matches against Bonduel's Luis Lagunes and Damien Polanco of New London by 10-5 and 5-4 decisions.

Konitzer wasn't the only Panther to take third. Seven members of the home team claimed third place.

Tyler Budz went 3-1 with two pin victories, including a 27-second win over Menominee Indian's Chad Reiter-Wilber and a 3:47 pin of Mitch Kopish. His only loss came at the hands of Florence/Niagara's Tristen Mascarette.

Collin Schindel (120) took third, winning via bye in the first round and with two major decision wins. His only loss was to Ashwaubenon's Noah Leisgang, who is 20-2.

Bryce Peterson (132) placed third with two pin victories and a major decision loss to Bonduel's Jordan Boldt. He won his other two matches by pin, including a 59-second win over Lucas Gerrits of New London.

Aidan Stary (145) ended all of his matches in decision, with two wins and a loss. He beat Bonduel's Alex Schill 8-1 and Wabeno/Laona's Tanner Dorner 7-3, but was defeated by New Holstein's Mike Volz, 6-2.

Trevor Pankratz (152) was third with his only loss coming to Preble's Kade Cummings. He won his other two matches by major decision and pin.

Cliff Yuma's only loss was to Bonduel's Isaac Banker, who is 22-4 this year. He pinned New Holstein's Colby Patten in 4:29 and beat Bonduel's Tristan Tomashek by 9-5 decision.

Elijah Zielinski (220) won via decision against Gillett/Suring's Jacob Burt and New Holstein's Devyn Birschbach, losing to Preble's Anthony Balch in 45 seconds for his only loss.

Caleb Carlton took sixth with three bye wins and losses in his two live matches and Keeshawn Katers did not place, going 2-2 with a bye and pin victory over Gillett/Suring's Ben Burt,

At 138, Wyatt Borkevec was fifth and Bodee Woods was sixth. The two met in the fifth place match, with Borkevec emerging victorious via 8-4 decision. Borkevec went 4-1 with three byes and Woods was 3-2 with two byes.

Of the 12 teams, Wabeno/Laona was sixth despite having just four total wrestlers. All four of them took at least fourth in their respective weight classes.

Dylan Houts took first at 195. He started off with a bye victory, then pinned Keeshawn Katers of Oconto Falls in 2:16. In the semifinal, he beat Bonduel's Jacob Giese by 4-3 decision, then finishing with a convincing 15-3 victory over Menominee Indian's Darius Wayka in the final. Houts is now 22-2 on the season.

Brenden Dorner (132) started the day with two byes, then pinning New London's Lucas Gerrits in 59 seconds. His second place finish came in a tough loss to Bonduel's Jordan Boldt in the final. Boldt, 23-4 on the season, defeated Dorner by 5-4 decision. The loss was just Dorner's fourth this season.

Derek Moravec (138) went 3-1 to take third. He won via bye in the first round and beat Oconto Falls' Wyatt Borkevec by sudden victory in the quarter final. Luxemberg-Casco's Cameron Lemmens pinned him in the semifinal, however, leaving him in the third-place match, where he defeated Gillett/Suring's Sam Lemens by 6-3 decision.

Tanner Dorner (145) took fourth. He started with a bye and a pin of Gillett/Suring's Brock Herzog, but he was defeated by major decision and decision in his final two matches.

Gillett/Suring took 10th. Reid Winkler was the team's top finisher, taking second at 160. After two byes, he beat Preble's Tyler Hopp in a 5-4 decision, but he was beaten by Noah Stary of Oconto Falls in the first-place match.

Two members of the team took fourth. Sam Lemens (138) and Brice Winkler (160) each went 2-2, with Lemens getting one win via bye and the other by pinning Preble's Leighton Serrano in just under four minutes. Winkler got two bye wins and lost his two live matches against Oconto Falls' Noah Stary and Preble's Tyler Hopp.

Brock Herzog (145) took fifth, receiving three byes and losing by pin in his other two matches, Sam Davis (152) took fifth with two bye wins, a pin of Lena's Brian Ermis and two pin losses, and Bo Krueger took fifth at 195 with a 4-1 record, including two byes and two decision wins. Jacob Burt (220) received four byes, losing his only live competition by a 9-3 decision.

Andy Lemens (120) and Ben Burt (195) did not place, bye win. Burt got a four-minute pin over Preble's Julius Stevenson and Lemens pinned Lena/STAA's Alex Decoursin in 38 seconds.

Florence/Niagara came in 11th as a team, with Tristen Mascarette (113) taking second in his weight class. He began with a bye and beat Bonduel's Max Sokolski by tech fall and Oconto Falls' Tyler Budz via 8-1 decision. In the first-place match, he was faced with Ashwaubenon's Cody Minor, who is 23-1 on the season. Minor won the title with a 9-2 decision. Jamie Blozinski (285) did not place.

Lena/STAA took 12th. The Wildcats' top two finishers were Noah Chang (126) and Brian Ermis (152), who each took sixth.

Chang went 3-2, though his three wins came via bye. He lost his two live matches to New London's Adam Armour and Bonduel's Jakob Froeming, both by pin.

Ermis received two byes and beat Bonduel's Kaden Bergsbaken by 8-1 decision, losing to Green Bay Preble's Kade Cummings and Gillett/Suring's Sam Davis.

Kevin Chang (113), Alex Decoursin (120) and Richard Fieck (285) did not place.

In the team standings, Bonduel was second, Green Bay Preble was third and Ashwaubenon took fourth.






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