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Bulldogs, Cougars, Marines Claim Dual Victories

Five Pins Lead to Bulldog Victory Over Maroons

The Peshtigo Bulldogs defeated the Menominee Maroons in wrestling on Thursday, Dec. 7, 51-30 in a match that saw senior leader Zac Wauters reach a milestone in his high school career.

Wauters (120) pinned Kaeleb Crawford in 27 seconds to give the Bulldogs an early lead. The win was Wauters' 100th of his career. "He's been a good worker in the room this year. You can see he's much improved and more aggressive than usual. He's coming after people," Peshtigo Coach Warren Howard said following the match. 蔴 wins is a great thing" 40 more and we'll be really happy."

Wauters downplayed the significance of the win, however, saying, "To me, it just feels like another win. I just have to keep working at it and keep going for more."

Wauters said he has bigger goals than 100 wins, but did thank his coaches and teammates for their help in his career. "It's amazing," he said.

The Bulldogs started off the meet with a 33-6 lead. At 126, Peshtigo forfeited, giving Tyler Huesinger a victory. Peshtigo's Nick Parrett (132) pinned Connor Bretl in 2:45 and both John Schaut (138) and Shayne Walters (145) won via forfeit for the Bulldogs.

"This just shows" Nick's come a long way," Howard said of Parrett's win, referencing tough competition that the sophomore has faced in recent matches. Parrett may drop to 126 later in the season, Howard said.

At 152, Devyn Wauters won an 18-11 decision, giving Peshtigo a 27-6 lead. Max Rauch (160) pinned Hunter Wrogoleski in 59 seconds to give Peshtigo a 33-6 lead.

"He's come a long way," Howard said of Rauch, calling the junior the team's most improved wrestler. "He's team captain this year, along with our two seniors and he's just a hard worker... You can see he's sharp. He gets thrown on his back, but he won't stay there long. If he gets you on your back, you're going to stay there long. He's much improved."

Peshtigo would forfeit five of the next seven matches. Menominee's Seth Smith (170), Will Poquette (182), Gabe Shaw (195), Riley Plosczynski (220) and Serenity Smith (106) each won via forfeit.

Peshtigo would get two more wins from Gavin Brissette and Bailey Webb, as they pinned Zoe Jones and Aidan Smith at 285 and 113, respectively. Brissette got his pin in 1:07 and Webb won in 42 seconds.

Brissette spent the majority of last season injured, and is wrestling at the 285-pound weight class this season despite weighing just 239 pounds.

"We came to wrestle," Howard said. "We felt that we didn't wrestle up to our potential early in the year and we needed to pick it up a notch and the kids are really doing well."

Howard said the team expects to get more wrestlers back in the coming weeks. "We're trying to get at least a whole team," he said. "If we have a whole team, the squad we have is solid. We just need to fill in some of those holes.



Coleman Matmen Come From Behind to Stop DePere

The Coleman Cougar wrestling team defeated De Pere by a score of 40-33, winning the final two matches of the night to come back for a victory.

De Pere began with 15 points off of a 52-second pin from George Lopez over Logan Liptak at 126, a 9-3 decision from Linus Smith over Sam Kuchta at 132 and Austin Esser's pin over William Ganter at 138 in 4:46.

Coleman rebounded with 26 points of their own, as Jake Baldwin (145) pinned Daniel Fernandez in 1:18 and Bryce Karban (152) got a 6-3 decision victory over Max Bruss.

Tyler Blanchard (160) won by tech fall over Mason Ballweg , 17-2, in 4:22, Shamus McLain won by forfeit at 170 and Jonathon Bieber pinned Chris Hooyman of De Pere in 3:56.

De Pere got back-to-back wins, however, to regain the lead, 27-26. Charlie Hooyman (220) pinned Spencer Karban in 58 seconds and Tommy Kratz pinned Jaydon Scott in 50 seconds at 195.

Brock Martinson got six points back for the Cougars with a 34-second pin over Anthony Wiggins, but Coleman forfeited to give Shane Quick a win at 106, meaning the Cougars trailed by a point going into the final two matches.

Fortunately for them, they had their 2017 DIII state champions to win the matches for them, as Koltin Grzybowski (113) and Caleb Gross (120) each handled their business and gave the Cougars the in.

Grzybowski won by tech fall with 1:20 remaining in the matchup against Sam Bruss and Gross won by 3-0 decision over Andrew Lopez.



Marine Grapplers Sneak Past FVL 36-35

Marinette squeaked out a 36-35 wrestling victory over Fox Valley Lutheran on Thursday, Dec. 7, with each team taking seven wins from the match.

The match started with nine points to FVL, as Jacob Jungwirth took an 8-7 decision over Sam Drees at 160 and Chase Lin (170) pinned Marine Brady McVane in 1:45.

Sean Holk (182) took down Adam Schneider for six points in 2:52 to cut the team deficit to 9-6. Jose Montes then took a 12-1 major decision over Dillon Hill at 195. Marinette's Reese Holder (220) pinned Ainen Leary with just 28 seconds left in the match, but FVL's Cody Thelen won via forfeit, meaning the score was 19-12 heading into the lightweight matchups.

The Fox Valley lead increased to 35-12 over the next three matches, with Jonah Gagnon pinning Chase Weishaar in 3:29, Charles Ziegler winning via major decision over Alec Queever, 19-9 and Dylan Cootway (120) won with a forfeit.

With just five matches remaining, trailing 35-12, Marinette would come back to win, with the help of two forfeit victories.

Josh Goslyn (132) and Sam Gressel (138) each won by forfeit following a London Brown (126) win over Ryan Wichman for the Marines in a 4-2 decision.

Needing seven points to seal the deal, Devin Sdhedlock (145) pinned FVL's Evan Wichman in 1:19, meaning Sam McClain (152) only needed a decision win over Mackenzie Kading to give the Marines a team win. McClain won with a 10-3 decision, and the Marines took the matchup.



Wauters Takes Title to Lead Bulldogs at Brillion

Peshtigo competed at the Brillion Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 9, taking fifth of eight teams.

Zac Wauters took first at the 113-pound weight class. He received a bye in the first round, but pinned his next three opponents, all in 24 seconds or less. In the first-place match, he took the championship with a 6-2 win over Marathon's Dane Klinger.

Three Bulldogs took second in their weight classes. Devyn Wauters (145) pinned his first four opponents, including his first opponent in 19 seconds. In the championship round, however, he was pinned by 11-1 Sammy VanStraten of Shiocton.

After a bye win, Max Rauch (152) went on to pin his opponents in rounds two, three and four, all of which came in the first period. In the championship, he dropped a 14-3 major decision to Levi Snortum of Shiocton, who is 5-0 on the season.

Gavin Brissette took second at 285. He pinned his first four opponents, including his first opponent in just 11 seconds. He was pinned in the final match, however, as he was taken down by 12-0 Ben Gunderson of Shiocton.

Bailey Webb pinned one opponent and won via bye twice, going 3-2 on the day to take third. John Schaut (138) took fourth with two pin victories and a bye win, also going 3-2. Shayne Walters (145) and Riley Plosczynski (220) each took seventh at their respective weight classes.

Shiocton, Brillion and Shawano took the top three spots in the invitational.

Marinette's Holk and Storm's Mascarette Win Titles at Rebel Invite

Marinette, Gillett/Suring, Menominee, Florence/Niagara and Crivitz all competed at the Rebel Invitational hosted by Laona/Wabeno on Saturday, Dec. 9.

Laona/Wabeno was the top finisher of the six area teams at the invite, taking eighth of 15 teams. The team had just five wrestlers, with four of them taking second in their respective weight classes.

Brenden Dorner placed second at 138. He began with a bye and pinned two opponents in 1:10 and 1:11, but was defeated by Jonathan Albrecht of Athens, who is 8-2 on the season, in a 17-11 decision.

At 145, Tanner Dorner took second, going 3-1 as well with one pin. After a bye, he went on to pin Marinette's Sam McClain in 1:42 and took a 4-1 decision over Josh Te Stroete over Cedar Grove/Belgium. He was defeated 10-2 by Kewaunee's Jesse Steinhorst in the championship, however.

Derek Moravac (152) pinned his two opponents after a bye, including Marinette's Sam Drees in 1:29 and Gillett/Suring's Sam Davis in 5:08. In the championship, however, Tomahawk's Wyatt Wenninger, who is 9-0 on the season, pinned Moravac in 1:04.

Dylan Houts (195) suffered his first loss of the season in the championship, as Athens' Marshall Westfall pinned him, but prior to that, he got two pins, each early in the match. He pinned Kewaunee's Trevor Pribek in 2:11 and Crandon's Dylan Bukovic in 1:29.

Jackson Smith (132) did not place, going 2-2 with a pin victory in the second consolation round.

Marinette was ninth. Sean Holk (170) was the Marines' top finisher, as he went 4-0 with three decision victories in the final three rounds to advance his season record to 10-0. The combined record of his three opponents was 23-7.

Reese Holder was the Marines' next-highest finisher, taking third. He pinned two opponents and received a first round bye, with his lone loss coming in the semifinal to Menominee Indian's Darius Wayka in a 13-9 decision.

London Brown (126) placed fourth with a sudden victory in the quarterfinal against Kingsford's Ethan Wilcox and a bye, while losing in his final two matches. Alec Queever (113) and Sam Gressel (132) took fifth, with each going 4-1 on the day. Queever received three bye and pinned his opponent for his one live win, while Gressel got two bye victories, winning via pin and decision, with his only loss coming in a sudden victory match in the quarterfinal. Marinette's Chase Weishaar (106) took sixth with three bye wins and two live losses.

Josh Goslyn (138), Sam McClain (145), Sam Drees (152), Brady McVane (160) and Dillon Hill (182) did not place.

Gillett/Suring was 11th in the field. The team had three wrestlers place, led by Sam Davis in fourth at 152. He won with a bye and a major decision, 18-6, before being pinned in his last two matches, both with 52 seconds to go.

Sam Lemens took fifth at 145, going 4-1 with no bye victories to help him on the way. He pinned all four of his opponents he defeated, while losing 5-3 to Tomahawk's Matt Turkiewicz.

At 195, Bo Krueger took sixth, going 3-2 with two byes and a pin victory over Kewaunee's Trevor Pribek with 54 seconds to go.

Andy Lemens (120), Colton Wolfe (132), Nate Davis (138), Reid Winkler (160) and Brice Winkler (170) did not place.

Menominee took 12th, tied with Florence/Niagara. Menominee had three wrestlers take sixth. Tyler Heusinger (126) took sixth with two bye wins and a win by injury default, losing his other two matches by pin.

Will Poquette took sixth at 182, going 3-2 with two pin victories and two pin defeats, along with a bye victory. At 286, Zac Jones also placed sixth, receiving two byes and pinning Florence/Niagara's Jamie Blozinski in 53 seconds.

For Menominee, Serenity Field (106), Aidan Smith (113), Larry Schwartz (145), Matt Nowack (152), Hunter Wroblewski (160), Seth Smith (170) and Gabe Shaw (195) failed to place.

Florence/Niagara had a winner at the 113-pound weight class in Tristen Mascarette. He advanced his record to 8-0 with two bye victories, a 14-4 major decision over Kewaunee's Austin Veeser in the semifinal and a pin over 8-1 Tomahawk wrestler Austin Snow in just under two and a half minutes.

For the rest of the Florence/Niagara squad, Dakota Wicke (138), Jayden Sydmark (170) and Jamie Blozinski (285) did not place.

Crivitz placed 14th behind Florence/Niagara and Menominee. Three wrestlers took sixth for the Wolverines. Michael Retza (145) went 3-2 with a bye win and two pin victories over Menominee's Larry Schwartz and Marinette's Sam McClain, one in 1:14 and another in 2:08.

Tony Jopek (152) took sixth at 152 with two bye wins and a pin over Menominee's Matt Nowack in 1:18, while Joseph Thomaszewski also received two byes and pinned Elcho's Jacob Eighmy in the consolation semi to take sixth at 220. Jaden Bemis did not place at 170.

Athens, Kewaunee and Tomahawk were the top three teams at the tournament.



Blue Devils fall to Elcho in Dual

There were just three actual faceoffs in the Oconto-Elcho wrestling match Tuesday, with Oconto winning two of them, though they lost the match 18-15 with Elcho taking more forfeit wins.

For Elcho, Collin Smith and Pete McCabe each won by forfeit at 138 and 145, respectively. Jacob Eighmy (220) pinned Oconto's Joseph Monfils in 55 seconds.

Oconto's Lucas Reuchel (285) won via forfeit, while Tory Wenzel (170) won in a 5-4 decision over Elcho's Brock Smith and Isaac Diaz pinned Everett Wagner in 42 seconds.



Oconto Falls Wrestlers Compete at Battle of the Bay

Oconto Falls took 19th of 25 teams at the Battle on the Bay on Saturday, Dec. 9.

Jager Eisch (106) was the team's highest finisher, as he took fifth in his weight class. He opened with a bye and an overtime win, but endured his only loss in the quarterfinal to East Troy's Tommy Larson. He rebounded with two wins, however, taking a pin in the second consolation round and a 4-0 decision to claim fifth.

Noah Stary took seventh at 152, winning three of five matches, including two decision wins and a pin in 56 seconds to open the day.

Trevor Pankratz (160) went 2-3 with a decision and bye win, taking eighth. Wyatt Borkovec (145) opened with a bye, going 3-2 with a pin victory and decision win in the consolation bracket. His only losses came by sudden victory and a decision.

Bodee Woods (138) took 12th, Tyler Budz placed 14th (120), Cliff Yuma (170) took 14th, Jacob Peterson (195) placed 17th, Brendan Konitzer (113) was 17th, Caleb Carlton (182) took 18th, Collin Schindel (126) was 18th and Alec Halvorsen (220) came in 21st.

The top three teams at the Battle on the Bay were Luxemburg-Casco, Mukwonago and De Pere.


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