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L-C Edges Coleman In Battle Of State Powers

Coleman went toe-to-toe with one of the top teams in Division II Friday, as the match came down to the final bout on a night where wrestling legends of the past were honored.

Luxemburg-Casco left Coleman Friday night with a 30-29 victory in a match that featured upset victories and momentum swings from each side. Both teams boasted No. 2 state rankings, with Luxemberg-Casco holding second in Division II and Coleman second in Division III.

The final showdown of the day came at the 285-pound weight class, where Coleman senior Donovan Salewski faced off with senior Phil Rasmussen, a state-ranked wrestler, needing four points to tie the match and five to win. This meant Salewski virtually needed to pin Rasmussen to give his team the victory.

While Salewski was able to take Rasmussen to his back, it came out of bounds. He also missed an opportunity when Rasmussen stumbled. Salewski ultimately defeated Rasmussen 2-1 in overtime for his 100th career win.

"To try and get a pin against that heavyweight, it's not too likely," Coleman Head Coach Kevin Casper said.

Salewski's win was Coleman's seventh on the night, as the two teams split the 14 matches evenly.

Luxemberg-Casco Head Coach Chas Treml said he did not want to put thoughts of wrestling to avoid a pin in Rasmussen's head. "You just wrestle your match, and you go for it, which he did. He wrestled confidently, he went after it, and he got the loss, but he knows he's right there with those guys," Treml said after the match.

The match began with the 106-pound weight class. Coleman got out to an 11-0 lead after the first two matches, as Coleman sophomore and 2016 state qualifier Koltin Grzybowski won a 23-8 tech fall to capture five points and sophomore Caleb Gross (113) pinned junior Parker Coppens in 3:31.

Luxemberg-Casco then went on a four-match winning streak, started by state-qualifying sophomore Bryce Bosnan, who pinned Sam Kuchta at 120. Nathan Ronsman, another state-qualifying sophomore, took a 9-3 decision over Coleman sophomore Kasey Casper, who moved up a weight class.

Luxemberg-Casco took the lead in the next match, as Coleman sophomore Billy Ganter dropped a 5-1 decision to Reece Worachek at 132 while battling an apparent left knee injury. That gave Luxemberg-Casco a 12-11 lead, a lead they would never relinquish.

The 138-pound weight class featured two state qualifiers, Coleman's Jake Baldwin, a sophomore, and sophomore Colton Worachek at 138 for Luxemberg-Casco. Worachek took the win, 4-6, though Baldwin had led going into the final period. Worachek tied things up with 39 seconds left in the third, finishing him off 4-6.

Sophomore Bryce Karban took three points back at 145, defeating Luxemberg-Casco junior Cameron Lemmens 8-4, which brought the score back to 15-14 in favor of the Spartans.

The next two matches were big for Luxemberg-Casco, as junior Devan Vandenbush pinned freshman Jon Bieber in the first period and junior Hunter Larkin took a 1-0 decision over senior Cody Champagne. Champagne needed an escape to tie the match and send it to overtime, but after one last push to get up with five seconds left, he ultimately ended with a loss.

Coleman senior Jordan Blanchard, wrestling at 170 following fourth place at state in the 145-pound class, pinned junior Jacob Zellner with 1:27 left in the third period. Blanchard was up 11-4 when he got the pin to capture the six points for the Cougars. The win brought Coleman within four points, and set up senior Josh Pillath, needing an upset against senior state qualifier Dalton Smerchek, who is ranked second in the state.

In perhaps the most exciting match of the day, Pillath defeated Smerchek 4-3. Smerchek took the first points of the match with a takedown, but Pillath reversed it, eventually taking a 4-3 lead into the final period. Pillath used his length in the final period, never letting Smerchek take him down or escape when he needed to.

"I just came in focused and did my job," Pillath said, while admitting he was even surprised he was able to get the win. "I thought I just had to not give up a major or a pin. I didn't expect to do so good against somebody who's ranked No. 2 in Division II."

"That's an awesome win for Josh because Smerchek, as we know, is one of the best in the state at Division II. Just a lot of heart, lot of gut performance for Josh Pillath," Coach Casper said after the match.

Luxemburg-Casco hit 30 points with a pin from junior Austin LeRoy over Brock Martinson at 195, meaning Coleman needed something more than a decision from either sophomore Jacob Zeitler or Salewski, trailing 30-23.

Both wrestlers took decisions for Coleman, meaning the Cougars came up one point short.

Both coaches praised the level of competition after the match. "It was a great match between two awesome programs that have a great history," Coach Casper said. "Wrestling a team like Luxemburg, you never know what'll happen. A match like this is similar to a sectional state meet, so it's great preparation for both programs."

"When you wrestle better teams, it just makes you more prepared when it comes state time" "You need all those matches to help get you ready for that mentally and physically, to know what you're dealing with," Coach Treml said.

Coleman honored their alumni before the match, and recognized their 2010 state championship team.



Wauters Top Area Wrestler At G.B. United Scramble

Peshtigo wrestler Zack Wauters won the 113-pound weight class at the Green Bay United Scramble on Saturday, Jan. 7, as Peshtigo and Marinette finished eighth and 10th out of 13 teams, respectively.

Wauters, a junior, began the weekend tournament with two bye victories. Wauters then pinned three straight opponents, with two of the pins coming inside of a minute into the match. He pinned his first opponent from Waupaca in a minute and a half, then pinned opponents from Wisconsin Rapids and Manitowoc Lincoln in 33 and 41 seconds, respectively.

Peshtigo senior Cam Lepkowski did not have the benefit of a bye, as he started off with a decision victory, 3-0, over Marinette's Taylor Brissette. He then pinned his Fon du Lac opponent in the second round before he won a tight 1-0 decision over 16-5 Waupaca wrestler Derrick Rotta. He advanced to the championship with another 3-0 decision victory, but ultimately finished second, losing the first place match to 19-3 Caleb Hopp of Laconia.

Also wrestling for Peshtigo, Max Rauch (138) placed third, Kyle Rivet (106) and Philip Graves (195) came in fourth, Nick Parrett (120) took fifth, Seth Kuhn (220) came in sixth and Travis Plym (145) placed ninth.

For Marinette, Sean Holk was the top wrestler on the day. He took third at 160. Beyond Holk, Marinette also had three fourth place finishers. Sam McClain (132), James Jagielski (152) and Reece Holder (285) all placed fourth. Draven Sadler (195) came in fifth, Josh Goslyn (120) came in seventh, Sam Gressel (126) and Taylor Brissette took eighth. Also wrestling for the Marines were Max Drees (170) and Hayden Knox (145).

Laconia won the scramble as a team by one point, finishing just ahead of Green Bay United.



Panthers Win the Brawl in the Falls

Oconto Falls won their home wrestling invitational Saturday, Jan. 7 by a wide margin, defeating 13 other teams, including Gillett/Suring, Florence/ Niagara and Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy.

Panthers Kenton Peterson (132), Nate Trepanier (152) and Dan Ausloos (285) each won their respective weight classes. Six Oconto Falls wrestlers also placed second.

Peterson started off the day with a bye, then pinning his next two opponents leading up to the first-place match. In the semifinal, he pinned New London's Garrett Ruckdashel, a 15-1 wrestler, with one second to go in the match. In the final, he won via 7-0 decision over Kaiden Conrad of Ashwaubenon.

Defending state D3 champion Trepanier was able to pin all three of his opponents he faced, including Luxemberg-Casco's Devan Vandenbush, an 18-6 wrestler on the year.

Ausloos received a bye in the first round and pinned Green Bay Preble's Daniel Hernandez in the quarterfinal, before facing some stiff competition in the final two rounds. In the semis, he won a 12-9 decision over Menominee Indian's Alenex Warrington, 16-1 on the year. In the final, he won 3-2 over Zenaido Capetillo of Reedsville, who is 16-4 on the season.

Tyler Budz (106) went 3-1 on the day with a bye on his way to a second-place finish, losing in the championship to 21-3 Cody Minor from Ashwaubenon, who beat him via major decision 13-4.

Collin Schindel (113) placed second due to a bye and two pins leading up to the final, which he also lost to an Ashwaubenon wrestler, Noah Leisgang, a 16-5 wrestler who pinned Schindel with 25 seconds left in the match.

Wyatt Borkevec (126) took second with a bye and two pins as well. In the final, he lost 6-3 to Wabeno/Laona's Derek Moravec, who is 15-4 on the season.

Connor Scray (160) won his first three, including a bye and a semifinal sudden victory over Antonio Mahkimetas of Menominee Indian, but forfeited the first place match to 20-0 Isaac Roffers of Reedsville.

Mac Winkler (182) went into the final undefeated, but lost an 8-4 decision to Bonduel's Jacob Banker, 18-3 on the season. He won two major decisions.

Trent Peetz (220) placed second after losing a major decision to Ashwaubenon's Daniel Cole, 15-6, in the final. He had pinned his two opponents prior.

Noah Stary (138) placed third, winning three of four with a bye, while losing just his semifinal match in a 4-2 decision to Luxemburg-Casco's Cameron Lemmens. Brice Delzer (170) also placed third, winning two out of three.

Also wrestling for Oconto Falls were Brendan Konitzer (106), Bryce Peterson (120), Bodee Woods (126), Robert McDermid (132), Trevor Pankratz (138), Cliff Yuma (152), Isaac Diaz (160), Colton Rohr (195), Garret Cole (195) and Cory Holtger (285). Cole and Holtger each won four of their five matches. Holtger lost to Alenex Warrington in the quarterfinal, but won his other four, including a bye. Cole lost in the quarterfinal as well, dropping a 6-5 decision to Reedsville's Mike Griffey.

Florence/Niagara claimed ninth as a team. Their best wrestler was Shamus McLain, who took first at 145. He benefitted from two byes to start, then finishing off opponents from Green Bay Preble and Reedsville, with the final ending in a 1-0 decision victory.

Both Tristan Mascarette (120) and Bosh Broullire (126) claimed fourth for Florence/Niagara, each going 2-2. Also wrestling were Denny Vassar (152), Peer Brodzinski (170), Andy Anderson (182), Joe Glime (195), Brandon Ray (220) and Jeff Kiszonas (285).

Gillett/Suring placed 11th as a team at the event. Wrestling for them were Wyatt Herzog (106), Nate Davis (120), Preston Fisher (126), Sam Lemens (132), Sam Davis (138), Reid Winkler (145), Brice Winkler (152), Trevor Kohls (160), Austin Perkins (182) and Dante Carlson (220).

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas took 14th of 14 teams in Oconto Falls, sending just three wrestlers, Brian Ermis (138), Dakota Blasing (152) and Nathan Cruz (195).

Coming in 10th was Wabeno/Laona. Wabeno/ Laona's top wrestler was Derek Moravec, who went 4-0 and claimed gold at 126. He won three decisions and a bye, with the championship win coming against Oconto Falls' Wyatt Borkevec, 6-3. He also defeated Oconto Falls' Bodee Woods 11-8 in the quarterfinal.



Menominee's Brown Captures First at Escanaba

Menominee competed at the Escanaba Elks wrestling tournament on Saturday, Jan. 7, taking 11th in a 17-team field, despite only having four wrestlers.

Ian Brown was the Maroons' top wrestler on the day, taking first in the 140-pound weight class. He went 4-0 on the day, starting with a bye. He won a major decision over 14-9 Scot Laing of Benzie Central, then finished the day with two decision victories, 5-0 and 5-3, to capture first place. In the final two matches, he defeated 19-3 Cameron Symonds of Newberry and 7-1 Daren Giuchin of Ishpeming. Brown is now 8-1 on the season.

Both Owen Weber (130) and Devon Bournonville (145) took third for Menominee, while Hunter Wroblewski took fourth at 152.

Weber went 4-1 on the day, which includes bye and injury default victories in the first two rounds. His lone defeat came against Escanaba's Hunter Larson, who beat him via major decision. Larson is 16-1 on the year.

Bournonville was also 4-1, with his lone loss coming to Escanaba's Ean Bevins. He won via bye, major decision, tech fall and pin. Wroblweski went 3-2 with a bye, a pin and a 4-0 decision.

Grayling won the event, Westwood placed second and Iron Mountain came in third.



Wusterbarths Lead Oconto At Manawa Invitational

Oconto competed at the Manawa Invitational over the weekend, taking seventh out of 12 teams, while getting strong performances from Aiden and Tyler Wusterbarth.

Tyler Wusterbarth won the 138-pound class. He took a bye in the first round, won a decision over Manawa's 15-9 wrestler Garrett Bristol, pinned his fourth round opponent in 20 seconds, and won a tech fall in the semifinal. The final was much closer, as it went to overtime. Wusterbarth prevailed in overtime, 6-4, over Pittsville's Tyler Dammann, who is 22-4 on the season.

Aiden Wusterbarth finished the day in second, pinning two opponents and winning 4-2 decisions against two opponents before losing a 7-3 decision to Reesburg's Mason McMillen, a 23-3 wrestler on the season.

Blue Devils Bryce O'Connor (182) and Peyton Boucher (152) each placed fifth. Also wrestling for Oconto were Austin Ratajczyk (132), Nathan Kollman (145), Kolin Farrar (170), Tyler Lipp (195) and Lucas Ruechel (220).



Peshtigo Grapplers Drop Lena/STAA

Peshtigo's wrestling team was the beneficiary of six forfeits on Thursday, Jan. 5, defeating Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 42-27, though only three weight classes featured wrestlers from both sides.

Lena/STAA won two out of the three matches. Brian Ermis (145) won via pin, and Nathaniel Cruz won by decision at 195.

They also got forfeit wins from Braxton Nelson (120), Alex Decoursin (126) and Dakota Blasing (152).

For Peshtigo, Nick Parrett provided a victory, getting a first period pin. Kyle Rivet (106), Zack Wauters (113), Max Rauch (138), Cam Lepkowski (182), Seth Kuhn (220) and Blake VanVooren (285) each won by forfeit for the Bulldogs



Coleman Cruises Past Crivitz

Coleman defeated Crivitz on the wrestling mat Thursday, Jan. 5 by a score of 77-4, though the match featured just five live matchups.

Winning by pin for the Cougars were John Bieber (152), Jacob Zeitler (195) and Jake Baldwin (132).

The Wolverines' lone victory came in the final match of the day, as Michael Retza (138) defeated Ty Hoffman in a major decision, 17-8.

Koltin Grzybowski (106), Caleb Gross (113), Kasey Casper (120), Billy Ganter (126), Devin Schulte (145), Cody Champagne (160), Jordan Blanchard (170), Josh Pillath (182) and Donovan Salewski (285) each took forfeits.



Oconto Falls Slips Past Wrightstown With Breaker Point

It took until the seventh tiebreaker, but Oconto Falls was eventually awarded a 29-28 team wrestling win over Wrightstown on Thursday, Jan. 5 in Oconto Falls.

The first six tiebreakers were even, as the teams could not be separated on team penalty points, individual penalty points, individual match wins, pins, techs, defaults, forfeits, disqualifications, technical falls or major decisions. Oconto Falls had more first points total, with 16 to Wrightstown's 11.

Oconto Falls started off strong, leading 12-0 after Trevor Pankratz (138), Noah Stary (145) and Nate Trepanier (152) all defeated their opponents. Pankratz and Stary each won by decision, 5-4 and 6-2, respectively, while Trepanier pinned his opponent.

The teams would split the next two, with Ben Klister pinning Oconto Falls' Connor Scray at 160 and Panther Brice Delzer pinning Tim VandeVoort at 170 to make it 18-6.

Wrighstown would win the next three matches by decision, with two of the wins coming by a single point, to bring the score to 18-15. Dan Ausloos (285) and Tyler Budz (106) each brought points back to the Panthers, however, as Ausloos won a 13-4 decision and Budz took a 7-3 decision win.

Wrightstown's Wyatt Bruecker took an 11-0 major decision at 113 and Bryce Peterson gained three back for Falls with a 5-2 decision victory to make the score 28-19 going into the final two matches.

Wrightstown won the final two to force the tiebreaker situation, as Derick Bader pinned Wyatt Borkevec at 126 and Ben Durocher won a 6-4 decision over Kenton Peterson at 132.



Marinette Drops Match to Denmark

Denmark took eight of 10 live matches from Marinette on the wrestling mat Thursday, Jan. 5, while also winning four forfeits to take the match 70-12.

Marinette's two wins came from Taylor Brissette at 182 and Sam McClain (132), who each pinned their opponents. The only match of the day that did not end in a pin or a forfeit was the 160-pound matchup, which ended in a 15-7 major decision victory for Denmark's Dustin Dworak (160), who bested Marinette's Max Drees.


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