Crivitz & Oconto Claim Conference ChampionshipsIssue Date: October 24, 2019
Coleman, Suring at Crivitz
CRIVITZ - Thursday was a big night for the Crivitz Wolverines varsity volleyball team. Not only did they win their triangular, the girls were also awarded their M & O conference trophy. 2019 marks the Wolverines third year a top the conference.
In the first match of the night, Suring took on Crivitz. The Wolverines swept the Eagles 25-19, 25-25, and 25-14.
Next up for Suring was Coleman. Playing back to back games has got to be tough. The Cougars were ultimately able to sweep the Eagles, though Suring wasn't going down without a fight. Coleman won 25-23, 25-22, and 25-22.
In the final match up, Coleman took on Crivitz. The Wolverines came out tough, winning the first two games 25-14, and 25-11. Then in the third game, the Cougars put a hitch in the Crivitz Wolverine's game plan winning a closely contested match 23-25. But in the end, the experienced Wolverine team was able to win the match topping Coleman 25-17.
Crivitz Stats: Aces: Gruszyinski 10, Boesen 3, M. Gyger 6, Nelsen 3, Johnsen 3, Guns 3. Kills: Mueller 2, Gruszynski 30, M. Gyger 30, McFadden 1, Johnsen 8, Guns 20. Digs: Mueller 12, Caine 3, H. Gyger 2, Gruszynski 14, Boesen 5, M. Gyger 20, Nelsen 9, Johnsen 2, Guns 12. Assists: Caine 2, H. Gyger 1, Krause 1, Nelsen 76. Blocks: M. Gyger 1, McFadden 1.
Colman Stats: Aces: Hoida 2, Osterberg 1, Zeitler 1, Huberty 3, Champagne 1, Zeimer 1, Pashek 2, Weidner 1, Styczynski 1. Digs: Hoida 4, Osterberg 7, Compe 25, Zeitler 3, Huberty 14, Champagne1, Kriescher 2, Weidner 10, Styczynski 8. Kills: Hoida 3, Osterberg 3, Compe 2, Zeitler 14, Huberty 1, Champagne 3, Zeimer 1, Pashek 4, Kriescher 3. Assists: Hoida 25, Osterberg 27, Huberty 1, Kriescher 3. Blocks: Huberty 1, Champagne 1, Pashek 2, Kriescher 2.
Aces: Mahoney 1, Bubolz 1, Huth 4, Reed 1, Griffin 1. Kills: Mahoney 1, Bubolz 1, Fisher 1, Huth 8, Reed 4, Smith 8, Krueger 6, Whiting 1.Blocks: Bubolz 1, Krueger 1.Digs: School 5, Mahoney 8, Bubolz 15, Fisher 6, Huth 5, Reed 13, Griffin 3, Smith 10, Krueger 8, Whiting 3, Remic 12. Assists: Mahoney 9, Bubolz 11, Fisher 2, Whiting 3, Sturm 2.
Gillett, Niagara at Lena
LENA - The Lena Wildcats hosted a conference triangular against the Gillett Tigers and the Niagara Badgers last Thursday night. Gillett was able to sweep Lena 25-19, 25-17, and 25-14. The Badgers swept Gillett 25-21, 25-19, and 25-17.
Niagara was able to sweep the Wildcats 25-8, 25-19, 25-18 and the Tigers 25-21, 25-19, and 25-17.
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Aces: Kohls 2, A. DeBauch 4, Umentum 2, Wickman 1, Schaal 11, Anker 5, S. Horsens 5.Digs: Kohls 6, A. DeBauch 2, B. DeBauch 2, Umentum 4, E. Horsens 1, Wickman 2, Schaal 4, Anker 5, S. Horsens 10.Assists: Umentum 5, Wickman 1, Huebner 2, S. Horsens 15.Blocks: A. DeBauch 1, S. Horsens 1.Kills: Kohls 1 , A. DeBauch 4, B. DeBauch 1, E. Horsens 1, Wickman 11, Schaal 13, S. Horsens 7.
Aces: Spratlin 1, Potter 2, McNurlen 1. Kills: Sellen 1, Spratlin 5, Potter 2, Lange 1, Shallow 3, Cruz 3, Wenzel 1. Blocks: Spratlin 2, Shallow 1. Assists: Sellen 8, Potter 3, Lange 1, Shallow 1. Digs: Sellen 2, McNurlen 2, Shallow 1, Cruz 6, Wenzel 2,
Oneida Nation, Wausaukee at STAA
MARINETTE - Wausaukee was able to make a clean sweep at their last conference triangular of the season. Starting off the night, was Oneida and STAA. The Cavalettes had to come from behind to win the first game 25-21. While the Thunderhawks had to do the very same thing in the second game with a 25-17 win. It seemed as though the teams would trade off momentum from game to game, the Cavalettes were able to come back in the third game and win it 25-17. In the fourth game, both teams wanted to win, but ultimately the Thunderhawks were able to overcome STAA 29-27. In the fifth and final game of the first match, Oneida Nation capitalized on their win and took the last game 15-8.
Up next for Oneida were the Rangers. Wausaukee made quick work against the Thunderhawks taking all three games 25-13, 25-15, and 25-20.
The Final match of the night was Wausaukee and STAA, and it seemed as though the Rangers remembered their loss against the Cavalettes earlier, and didn't give STAA a chance to get into their game.
Wausaukee took all three games 25-13, 25-16, 25-16 completing their clean sweep of the triangular.
Oneida Nation 3
Packerland Tournament at Southern Door
BRUSSELS - The Oconto Blue Devils (30-4; 10-1) finished first in the conference tournament, giving the Southern Door Eagles a second place finish. Oconto's 3-0 showing at the tournament resulted in co-champions atop the Packerland Conference between the two teams. Oconto's day looked like this: vs. Gibraltar 26-28; 25-18; 15-10 vs. Peshtigo 26-24; 25-20 vs. Southern Door 25-21; 25-17
Oconto Individual Highlights Cora Behnke 42 kills; 32digs; 5 blocks; 4 aces; 10 s. pts Hannah Moe 21 kills; 7 digs; 3 blocks; 2 aces; 17 s. pts Kate Bahrke 75 assists; 18 digs; 3 aces; 20 s. pts Aubree Bucheger 42 digs, 2 aces; 22 s. pts. Jenna Hornblad 10 kills; 2 blocks; 7 digs; 17s. pts. Leah Allan 8 kills; 2 digs; 1 block. Emma Walkowiak and Maggie Sohrweide combined for 23 digs and 4 aces. McKenna Seidl 12 digs
The Peshtigo took fourth place, going 2-5 on Saturday at the Packerland tournament. Peshtigo Head Coach Robin Gilligan was so proud of her team, and definitely noticed the heads turn as the Bulldogs entered the gym after defeating NEW Lutheran. Peshtigo went on to play their game against the Blue Devils jumping out to take an early lead. Bulldog Tori Jandt had some great serves, and Oconto Head Coach Nancee Bucheger called a timeout with Peshtigo leading 12-9. It was a close game and fun to watch, the lead going back and forth. The Bulldogs played smart and hit some openings giving them a 15-12 lead. Oconto Freshman Kate Bahrke had some great serves to make the score 22-20, Peshtigo still in the lead. Ultimately Oconto's serving game helped them overtake the Bulldogs in the first game, with Cora Behnke serving up a Blue Devil win over Peshtigo 26-24 in the first game and 25-20 in the second game.
vs. NEW Lutheran 21-25, 25-19 and 15-5 vs. Oconto 24-26 and 20-25 vs. Sturgeon Bay 14-25, 24-26
Aces: Schoenebeck 1, Wickman 4, Sharkus 3, Oestreich 2, Jandt 5Kills: Schoenebeck 15, Wickman 25, Sharkus 2, Kodric 5, Dudka 11, Detry 1, Peters 5Blocks: Schoenebeck 2, Kodric 3, Dudka 2 Assists: Sharkus 35, Oestreich 25, Detry 1, Peters 1, Gilligan 2 Digs: Schoenebeck 21, Wickman 37, Sharkus 17, Kodric 6, Dudka 6, Oestreich 7, Evancheck 14, Peters 11, Jandt 29
Marinette at Notre Dame
GREEN BAY - The Marinette Marines traveled to Green Bay to take on the Notre Dame Tritons in a regional quarterfinal match. The Tritons were able to take down the Marines 25-5, 25-6, and 25-12.
Peshtigo at Seymour
SEYMOUR - The Peshtigo Bulldogs headed to Seymour to take on the Thunder in the first night of regional playoffs. Seymour's varsity volleyball team made a clean sweep against the Dogs 25-12, 25-17, and 25-23.
Florence at Niagara
FLORENCE - The Niagara Lady Badgers hit the road in their first regional outing, traveling to Florence to take on the Lady Bobcats. Both teams fought hard, rallying back and forth from game one to game 5. The first game of the match went to the Bobcats, 25-23. In the second game, blood pressures were taken to new heights as the teams rallied back and forth to a score of 29-27 with Niagara finally taking a win and tying up the match 1-1. Keeping the momentum in their favor, the Badgers beat the Bobcats in the third game 25-18. In the fourth game, Florence would not give up, winning 25-22. In the final game of the night, Florence prevailed overcoming the Badgers 15-12.
Goodman/Pembine at Wausaukee
WAUSAUKEE - The Rangers played host to the Goodman/Pembine Patriots Tuesday night as the teams opened their regional playoff journey. Both teams came to play, and it was a back and forth battle that ultimately favored the Rangers. Both teams had rowdy crowds cheering them on as the score went back in forth in favor of their respected teams.
Goodman Pembine 0
Aces: Schlies 2, Smith 2, Caylor 3, Versaskas 1, Grutza 2. Kills: Edlebeck 7, Schlies 12, Smith 12, Grutza 2, VanLaanen 2. Digs: Truesdell 3, Schlies 9, Smith 3, Caylor 3, Versaskas 9, Grutza 3, VanLaanen 2. Assists: Caylor 36. Blocks: Schlies 1, Smith 2, Caylor 1, Grutza 1, VanLaanen 2.
Suring at STAA
MARINETTE - In a tough fought match, the Suring Eagles topped the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Cavaliers. Game one went to the Cavaliers finally, with a score of 27-29. In the second game, Suring was able to stop the Cavvies momentum and won 25-21. The third game seemed like a carbon copy of the second game, with the Eagles winning 25-21 again. But in the fourth game, STAA fought back hard and took a win, 14-25. In the fifth and final game of the night, Suring battled to a 15-11 win.
Suring individual highlights: Kelsey Smith 12 kills, 6 blocks Stephanie Hugh 9 aces, 6 kills Jaden Bubolz 7 assists, 4 kills and 3 aces Kate Mahoney 14 assists
STAA individual highlights: Halle Beranek 16 assists, 10 aces, and 7 kills Katie Knox 12 kills Livia Benson 10 kills, 9 assists Addison Pristelski 6 kills Nevaeh Tebo 4 kills, 2 aces 2 blocks
Lena at Gillett
GILLETT - The Gillett Tigers hosted the Lena Wildcats in the first round of regionals Tuesday night. The Tigers made a clean sweep of it winning 25-10, 25-19, and 25-14.
Aces: Kohls 1, A. DeBauch 1, Umentum 1, Wickman 3, Schaal 1, S. Horsens 2
Digs: Peterson 1, Koels 8, Wickman 2, Schaal 6, Anker 10, S. Horsens 5
Assists: Umentum 18, S. Horsens 9 Blocks: A. DeBauch 1, Wickman 1, S. Horsens 2 Kills: A. DeBauch 4, B. DeBauch 1, Wickman 7, Elsener 1, Schaal 13, Huebner 1, S. Horsens 3
Coleman at Wittenberg-Birnamwood
WITTENBERG - The Wittenberg-Birnamwood Chargers played hose to the Coleman Cougars in regional gameplay Tuesday night. The Chargers were able to beat Coleman in three games, 25-15, 25-15, and 25-12.
Bonduel at Crivitz
CRIVITZ - The Bonduel Bears traveled to Crivitz to play their first regional match against the Wolverines. The Wolverines wounded the Bears in the first game, 25-20, and Bonduel just could not recover. The Wolverines took the momentum from their previous win into the second game winning it 25-7. The Bears tried to claw their way back, only to fall short in the third game 25-18.
Aces: Gyger 1, Nelsen 1, Johnsen 4, Guns 2 Kills: Gruszynski 10, Boesen 2, Gyger 15, Nelsen 1, Johnsen 8, Guns 10 Digs: Mueller 8, Gruszynski 9, Boesen 2, Gyger 9, Nelsen 4, Johnsen 2, Guns 12 Assists: Boesen 1, Nelsen 40 Blocks: Guns 1.
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