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AREA WRESTLING - Coleman Wrestlers Remain M&O Champs

Coleman defeated another pair of M&O Conference opponents to claim their 14th straight M&O Conference title on Thursday, Jan. 26, including a shutout of Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy by a perfect score of 84-0.

The wins gave Coleman Coach Kevin Casper his 26th conference title at the school, which includes the last 14.

Every Cougar either pinned his opponent or won by forfeit against Lena/STAA. Caleb gross (113) pinned Braxton Nelson in 53 seconds, Kasey Casper (120) pinned Alex Decoursin in 52 seconds, Billy Ganter (126) needed 1:30 to pin Noah Chang, Bryce Karban (145) took down Simon Gard in 36 seconds and John Bieber pinned Brian Ermis in 2:12. Josh Pillath also pinned Nathan Cruz at 182.

Winning by forfeit for Coleman were Koltin Grzybowski (106), Jake Baldwin (132), Ty Hoffman (138), Devin Schulte (160), Jordan Blanchard (170), Jacob Zeitler (195), Brock Martinson (220) and Donovan Salewski (285).

Peshtigo got just one win over the Cougars, although some of the matches were tightly contested. Max Rauch defeated Ty Hoffman at 138, pinning him in 2:54 to claim the Bulldogs' only win. Coleman Coach Kevin Casper was disappointed in the result, saying "the only thing that was a little upsetting to me was the ref called such a quick defensive pin" You've got to give the offensive guy the benefit of the doubt."

Coleman got pins from seven wrestlers. Koltin Grzybowski (106) pinned Kyle rivet in 59 seconds, Billy Ganter pinned Nick Parrett at 126 in 3:46, John Bieber (152) pinned Travis Plym in 1:38, Devin Schulte (160) took down Devyn Wauters in 3:46, Jordan Blanchard (170) pinned Steven Hammer in 58 seconds, Jacob Zeitler (195) won over Phillip Graves in 46 seconds and Brock Martinson (220) pinned Paul Lemke in 1:49.

Caleb Gross (113) beat Zack Wauters with two seconds left in the match, winning by 17-2 in a technical fall.

"Zack just wasn't himself tonight," Peshtigo Coach Warren Howard said. "You could just tell he wasn't ready."

"Gross is wrestling unbelievable this year," Coach Casper said. "Wauters is a very good wrestler but Caleb came out and tore him up. Caleb's on a mission."

Coleman's Josh Pillath (182) took a 2-0 decision over Cam Lepkowski. "They're both equally-matched kids, so we knew that was going to be a close one. We thought we could win that one but we knew that was going to be toss-up for us, and I think he wrestled well," Howard said of the matchup.

Coach Casper noted Pillath came close to a pin at a few points, but said "Lepkowski's got good strength" I think Pillath still wrestled a good match."

Winning by forfeit for Coleman were Kasey Casper (120), Jake Baldwin (132), Bryce Karban (145) and Donovan Salewski (285).

Coleman Coach Kevin Casper was pleased with his team's performance, saying "Our kids are wrestling very aggressively. We seem to be getting more pins this year. We've always been a pinning team, but our kids are really getting after it, and tonight was no different."



Oconto Falls Second, Coleman Third at Star Studded Pulaski Invite

Oconto Falls and Coleman each had strong showings at the Pulaski Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 28, competing in a strong field which included 98 state-ranked wrestlers, with 10 of the 16 teams participating ranked in the top 10 of their respective divisions.

Coleman, which took third of 16 teams, was led by first-place finisher Jacob Zeitler (195), along with a trio of second-place finishers, including Koltin Grzybowski (106), Caleb Gross (113) and Jordan Blanchard (170).

Zeitler won in the opening round with a pin in 1:04 over Chris Gourd of Seymour, who is 3-19 on the season. He then went on to take a 5-2 decision over 19-6 Bay Port wrestler Jake Flisakowski. In the semifinal, he won via 10-2 major decision, defeating Myles Schumaker of Elkhorn Area, 23-11 on the season. In the first-place match, he pinned Jon Heilman, 24-11 from Kaukana, in 3:07 to advance to 31-6 on the season.

"He is really starting to figure things out, especially on his feet, and starting to dominate. He is a powerful kid that is learning the technique that works for him," Coleman Head Coach Kevin Casper said of his champion.

Grzybowski took second, pinning Peshtigo's Kyle Rivet in the first round, winning by technical fall over Jack Schmitz of Denmark, who is 24-11 on the season, and pinning Kaukauna's 21-8 Mason Campushure in 3:47. He was defeated via technical fall, 16-0, in the championship, however, as he faced undefeated 32-0 Eric Barnett of Hortonville.

Gross received a bye, pinned Bay Port's Marcus Delfosse, who is 22-10 on the season, and took an 8-6 decision over 30-7 Grant Truesdale of Elkhorn Area. In the top match, he lost a 4-0 decision to Luxemburg-Casco's Bryce Bosman, who is 34-3 on the season.

Blanchard also ran into a Luxemburg-Casco foe in the final, as he was defeated by Dalton Smerchek, 31-5 on the season, in sudden victory, 6-4. Before that, he received a bye, and beat two strong opponents. He pinned Lukas Burke of Port Washington, who is 26-12 on the season, in 1:08. He also won a 9-3 decision over Reedsville's Daniel Kocourek, who is 32-6 on the year.

Jake Baldwin (132) took third for Coleman, receiving a bye in the opening round, then going on to win his next match by decision, taking it 8-1 over 27-7 Jarod Maes of Bay Port. He then lost his only match of the day, losing 7-3 via decision to Trent Leon of Kaukauna, 29-6 this season. He then won a major decision over New London's Garrett Ruckdashel, who is 26-5 this year, and finished the day with another win over Maes, this time 6-0. Baldwin is now 29-5 this season.

Donovan Salewski took fourth at 285, going 3-2 on the day with a bye in the opener. He then pinned 16-16 Cody Lewis of Port Washington but was beaten in the semifinal by Denmark star heavyweight Josh Frerk, who is 28-3 this year. He beat Hunter Hummel of Elkhorn Area, 21-10 this year, via 5-0 decision, but was defeated in the third-place match by Oconto Falls' 29-5 heavyweight Dan Ausloos.

Bryce Karban (145) came in fifth in his class, winning in the first round via 3-2 decision over Denmark's Jared Shefchik, 21-14 on the season. He lost in the second round to 27-3 Oconto Falls star Bryce Ash, who pinned him in 1:19. He would rebound with a 6-2 decision win over Reedsville's 27-6 Brandon Stelzer, but then lost again in the next round, 6-2, to Evan Vosters of Freedom, 28-4 this year. He won the fifth-place match again by 3-2 decision, this time over Seymour's Thomas Peters, who is 30-4 this season.

Josh Pillath (182) placed sixth, winning via bye and pin over Peshtigo's Cam Lepkowski, who is 30-9 on the season. He then lost via pin with four seconds left against 30-4 Riley Remington of Elkhorn Area. In the final two matches, he lost by medical forfeit and injury default, including one to Cam Lepkowski in the fifth-place match.

Billy Ganter (126) also took seventh for the Cougars, while Kasey Casper (120) and Brock Martinson (220) each took eighth. Ganter went 3-2 on the day, losing his second and third-place matches to 31-3 Jacob Barnett of Hortonville and Mitch Garvey, 25-9 from Freedom. He won his final two matches by 2:05 pin and 6-0 decision, beating Denmark's 17-12 Raul Becerra and Bay Port's 11-13 Ben Flisakowski.

Martinson lost his opener to Oconto Falls' Trent Peetz, who is 12-9 this season, then receiving a bye, pinning 9-11 Aaron Steffen of Port Washington and Cole Knier of Reedsville, 17-9 this season, in 25 seconds. He lost the seventh-place match to Freedom's Alex Rohan, who is 22-14, via 3-0 decision.

Casper is now 26-11 this season after he pinned Kettle Moraine's Turner Truttschel and took a 5-4 decision over Bay Port's 20-13 Austin Heim, while losing via two decisions and a pin in the seventh-place match to Port Washington's Oliver Rosado, who is 25-13 this year.

Also wrestling for Coleman were Sam Kuchta and John Bieber.

Casper was complimentary of his team's performance as a whole. "I thought we had a very good tournament"especially when you're going against some of the top kids in the state of Wisconsin," Casper said. "I am very proud of our team to end up in third place."

Oconto Falls took second as a team with two first-place individual finishers. Nate Trepanier (152) and Mac Winkler (182) each took first at their weight classes. Trepanier (152) is now 36-1 on the season. He took a bye in the first round, pinned Port Washington's Sal Gauthier, who is 16-9 on the season, then won two straight decisions to claim first. He won a 9-4 decision over 25-10 Devan Vandenbush of Luxemburg-Casco and 11-5 over Bryce Jacobson of Elkhorn Area, who is 30-4 this year.

Mac Winkler won two matches by pin and two matches by decision. He opened with a pin in 1:21 over 0-2 Cody Shufflebotham of Denmark. Winkler went on to pin 26-7 Matt Verhasselt of Freedom in 3:22. He then won his final two matches via decision over two strong wrestlers. He took a 5-2 decision over Kettle Moraine's Josh Nowak, who is 32-4 this season, and then beat 30-4 Elkhorn Area star Riley Remington in a tight 4-3 decision to claim first place.

The Panthers also had a trio of wrestlers take second. Bryce Peterson (120), Kenton Peterson (132) and Bryce Ash (145) each claimed silver. Bryce Peterson won his first match via major decision, beating 25-13 Oliver Rosado of Port Washington. He then took a 5-3 decision against Coleman's Kasey Casper, and defeated 28-3 Cole Gille of Pulaski, pinning him in 1:12. In the first place match, he ran into a buzzsaw, as Denmark's Brock Bergelin won gold with a 13-2 major decision.

Kenton Peterson, who is 21-7 this year, won his first three matches before losing in the first-place match to Trent Leon of Kaukauna, who is 29-6 on the season. He pinned Hortonville's Leighton Serrano, then took decisions over Garrett Ruckdashel of New London and Colton Worachek of Luxemburg-Casco. They are 26-5 and 27-11, respectively.

Ash took second with three pins in his opening three rounds. He pinned Peshtigo's Travis Plym in 22 seconds, Coleman's Bryce Karban in 1:19 and Seymour's Thomas Peters in 50 seconds. Peters is 30-4 on the year, while Karban is 28-6. Ash lost in the final to Kaukauna's Zach Lee, 33-5 on the year, by 13-5 major decision.

Dan Ausloos took third for the Panthers, receiving a bye in the opening round, but then lost an 8-7 decision to 28-3 Denmark heavyweight Josh Frerk. He rebounded as well as one could hope, however, as he pinned his next three opponents. He took care of Port Washington's Cody Lewis in 38 seconds, handled Luxemburg-Casco's Phil Rasmussen in 4:08 and finished off Donovan Salewski in 1:53.

Trent Peetz took fourth at 220. He pinned Coleman's Brock Martinson in the opening round, then pinned 29-6 Richard Heidemann of Elkhorn Area, but he was beaten in a 5-2 decision in the semifinal by 27-9 Mason VanAsten of Kaukauna. He rebounded with a 3-0 decision win over Pulaski's Derek Gibbons, but then lost a 7-3 decision to Heidemann, who he pinned in the second round.

Brice Delzer (170) placed fifth, winning in the opening round by 3-1 decision over Hortonville's Kirkland Hills. He lost in the second round to 31-5 Michael Burgireno of Kettle Moraine. He rebounded with an 8-3 decision over 29-4 Daniel Kocourek of Reedsville and was the beneficiary of an injury default over Burgireno in his final match.

Tyler Budz (106) took sixth, though he went 2-3 on the day. He won a match by major decision and one by decision, but lost in the quarterfinal and the final two matches, going down to 26-10 Lucas Joniaux of Lux-Casco, 21-8 Mason Campshure of Kaukauna and Kettle Moraine's Dawson Valleskey.

Noah Stary (138) placed sixth while going 2-3 as well, losing his final three matches due to injury default or medical forfeit after starting the day off with two wins, including one pin of Coleman's Sam Kuchta and decision over Cameron Lemmens of Luxemburg-Casco, 18-9 on the year.

Connor Scray took seventh at 160. He lost the first match via sudden victory, 4-2, to 24-10 Justin Krull of Seymour. He then came back to win four straight and claim seventh. He took a bye, then won a 3-1 decision over Pulaski's Lucas Gracyalny. He pinned Kettle Moraine's 17-9 Andre Lirette in 2:56 and won an 8-3 decision over Lux-Casco's Jacob Zellner, who is 22-13 on the season.

Collin Schindel took eighth with a 3-2 record at 113. He got wins via pin, tech fall and bye, while losing via pin and tech fall. He lost to Koy Murphy, who is 21-9 from Freedom along with Marcus Delfosse of Bay Port, who is 22-10 on the season.

Also wrestling for Oconto Falls was Garrett Cole, who went 2-2 with a bye.

Peshtigo's top wrestler was Cam Lepkowski, who took fifth at 182. The team took 16th of 16 teams at the event. Lepkowski is 33-11 on the season after he went 3-2 on Saturday. He started the day with a pin of 1-4 Horton wrestler Josh Werner, needing 2:13 to finish the match, but he was defeated in the quarterfinal, as Coleman's Josh Pillath pinned him with five seconds to go in the match. He rebounded to take a 5-1 decision over Riley Kasper of Reedsville, who is 19-10 this season. He lost a decision, 4-1, to 32-4 Kettle Moraine star Josh Nowak in the third consolation round, leaving Lepkowski in the fifth-place match against Pillath once again. Lepkowski took the match by injury default, claiming fifth.

Also wrestling for the Bulldogs were Kyle Rivet (106), Nick Parrett (120), Max Rauch (138), Travis Plym (145), Devyn Wauters (152), Steven Hammer (170), Phillip Graves (195), and Paul Lemke (220).

Kaukauna won the event, with Luxemburg-Casco taking fourth behind Oconto Falls and Coleman. Elkhorn Area took fifth.



Gillett/Suring Wrestlers 5th at Dirk Sorenson Classic

Gillett/Suring tied for fifth of 16 teams, which included Oconto, Florence/Niagara and Crivitz, at the Dirk Sorenson Door County Classic in Sturgeon Bay on Saturday, Jan. 28.

Gillett/Suring was led by Wyatt Herzog (106), who placed second in his weight class. He began the day with a bye, then pinned Menominee Indian's Darius Hawkins with 11 seconds to go in the match. In the semifinal, he took a 6-5 decision over Two Rivers' Nolan Hansen, but was defeated in the championship when De Pere's Sam Bruss, 31-5 on the year, pinned him.

Taking third for Gillett/Suring were Sam Lemens (132) and Reid Winkler (152). Lemens received a bye in the first round and pinned his opponent in the quarterfinal, but was beaten by major decision by De Pere's Trevor Van Oss in the semifinal. He did rebound to pin West De Pere's Drew Williams, 16-17 on the season, in the third place match, needing just 57 seconds to get the win.

Winkler was the recipient of a bye in the first round, and he pinned Freedom's Noah Schadrie in the quarterfinal, but he was pinned in 52 seconds in the semifinal, as Green Bay Preble's Kade Cummings advanced to the first-place match. Winkler rebounded in the third-place match, pinning Little Chute's Logan Collison in 3:22.

Preston Fischer (126) took fourth for Gillett/Suring, going 2-2 with a bye on the day. He won in the quarterfinal but was defeated in the final two rounds, losing by pin and major decision.

Also wrestling for fifth-place Gillett/Suring were Brock Herzog (138), Sam Davis (145), Brice Winkler (160), Trevor Kohls (170) and Dante Carlson (220). Davis and Carlson each went 3-2 on the day, pinning two opponents each. Carlson received a bye in the first round, but lost a tight 5-4 decision in the quarterfinal to Anthony Balch of Green Bay Preble, 15-7 on the season. He rebounded to pin two opponents in the next two rounds, including Florence/Niagara's Brandyn Ray, but lost a 1-0 decision in the fifth-place match to Two Rivers' 16-10 Damien Bullock. Carlson lost his two matches on the day by one point each. Davis never received a bye, opening the day with a pin over Crivitz' Jaden Bemis. Florence/Niagara star Shamus McLain pinned Davis in 30 seconds in the quarterfinal, however. Davis then won via 7-0 decision and pin before Oconto's Peyton Boucher defeated him in the fifth-place match, 7-5.

Oconto placed tenth as a team. Both Aiden (126) and Tyler Wusterbarth (138) took second, with each losing via decision in the first-place match.

Aiden Wusterbarth, who is 26-4 on the season, received a bye in the first round, then went on to pin Little Chute's Adam Kilgas in 54 seconds to reach the semifinal, where he won a 4-2 decision over De Pere's Austin Esser, who is 25-10 on the season. In the final, Wusterbarth lost a 1-0 decision to Sheboygan Falls' Kaleb Ison, 20-7 on the season.

Tyler Wusterbarth followed a similar path to the final, winning via bye, pin and decision to reach the final. He pinned Two Rivers' Tyler Pasek in the quarterfinal and won an 8-4 decision over Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Lucas Stenzel, who is 19-16 on the season. De Pere's Max Bruss, who is 31-9 on the year, defeated Wusterbarth via 5-0 decision in the final. Wusterbarth is 23-4 on the season.

Peyton Boucher (145) took fifth for Oconto, going 4-1 on the day without the benefit of a bye. He opened with a pin of Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's 8-22 Bruce Anschultz, but lost 14-1 in a major decision to Little Chute's Logan Van Handel in the quarterfinal. He then reeled off three straight wins to take fifth, pinning Crivitz' Jaden Bemis in 55 seconds, beating De Pere's Neal Colling in the consolation semifinal, 16-5 in a major decision and taking a 7-5 decision over Gillett/Suring's Sam Davis in the fifth-place match.

Taking sixth for the Blue Devils, each going 3-2 on the day were Austin Ratajczyk (132) and Bryce O'Conner (182). Ratajczyk received two byes and won an 11-6 decision over Two Rivers' Trevor Pasek, 5-7 on the season, before losing a 6-2 decision in the fifth-place match.

O'Conner also received two byes. His one other win came via pin of Green Bay Preble's Austin Nowak in 2:28. Nowak is 9-16 on the season. Also wrestling for Oconto on the day was Mason Camps.

Florence/Niagara took 14th overall, led by a second-place finish from Shamus McLain. McLain received an opening-round bye, then pinned Gillett/Suring's Sam Davis in 30 seconds. He won via 8-4 decision in the semifinal, beating Green Bay Preble's Ethan VandenPlas. In the final he lost via a tight 4-3 decision, losing to 11-5 Freedom wrestler Ivan Coenen. McLain is now 29-2 on the season.

Taking fourth for Florence/Niagara were Tristen Mascarette (120) and Jeff Kiszonas (285). Denny Vassar (152) took sixth. Mascarette, who is 24-6 on the season, received a bye and pinned West De Pere's Garrett Oyster in the quarterfinal, but he was pinned in the semifinal by De Pere's George Lopez, who is 29-9 on the season. He lost in overtime, 5-3, to Freedom's Colby McHugh, who is 14-4 on the season.

Kiszonas opened with a bye and pinned Little Chute's Nolan VanLankveldt in the quarterfinal, but he was pinned in the semifinal and third-place match, with the two taking 1:04 and 42 seconds, respectively. Vassar received three byes, and lost his only other two matches, getting pinned each time. Also wrestling for Florence/Niagara were Josh Broullire (126), Peer Budzinski (170), Andy Anderson (182), Joe Glime (195) and Brandyn Ray (220).

Crivitz finished 16th of the 16 teams at the tournament, though they only had three wrestlers competing. Michael Retza took fourth at 138. He received a bye in the opening round, then pinning Jace Braun of North Fond du Lac/St. Mary's Springs in 1:41 in the quarterfinal. He was pinned in the semifinal by De Pere's Max Bruss, 31-9 on the season, and lost in a 9-2 decision in the third-place match. Also wrestling for Crivitz were Jaden Bemis (145) and Joseph Tomaszewski (220).

De Pere won the tournament as a team, followed by Two Rivers and Green Bay Preble. North Fon du Lac/St. Mary's Springs took fourth just above Gillett/Suring and Menominee Indian, who tied for fifth.



Gillett/Suring Grapplers Dominate Crivitz

Gillett/Suring defeated Crivitz on Thursday, Jan. 26, 61-6, with Michael Retza providing the Wolverines' lone victory on the night.

Retza (138) pinned Brock Herzog in 1:26, giving Crivitz their only six points. They also forfeited at seven weight classes, which gave Gillett/Suring 42 points.

Gillett/Suring got victories from Sam Lemmens (132), who won a 20-10 major decision over Tony Jopek, Sam Davis (145), who pinned Jaden Bemis in 2:40, Reid Winkler (160), who took a 15-0 technical fall over Hunter Myszka, and Dante Carlson, who won in 14-1 major decision over Joseph Tomaszewski at 220.

Winning by forfeit for Gillett/Suring were Wyatt Herzog (106), Nate Davis (120), Preston Fischer (126), Brice Winkler (152), Trevor Kohls (170), Ben Burt (182) and Austin Perkins (195).

The 113 and 285-pound weight classes each ended in double-forfeit.



Lux-Casco Stops Oconto Falls Holds Top Spot in NEC

Luxemburg-Casco defeated Oconto Falls on the wrestling mat Tuesday, Jan. 31, as the Panthers were beaten on the road 45-18.

For Luxemburg-Casco, Lucas Joniaux beat Tyler Budz at 106 via 9-2 decision. He also beat Budz on Saturday at the Pulaski Invitational. Bryce Bosman beat Evan Konitzer at 113 via 58-second pin, Nathan Ronsman (126) pinned Wyatt Borkevec in 5:27 and Colton Worachek pinned Kenton Peterson at 132 in 1:01. Peterson beat Worachek on Saturday at the Pulaski Invitational via decision.

Cameron Lemmens (138) pinned Trevor Pankratz in 3:04. Devan Vandenbush (160) beat Connor Scray due to injury, Austin Leroy (195) pinned Garret Cole in 52 seconds, Nate Lloyd won via 8-2 decision over Trent Peetz at 220 and Phil Rasmussen (285) beat Dan Ausloos via 4-1 decision. Ausloos pinned Rasmussen on Saturday in the Pulaski Invitational.

Oconto Falls got wins from Bryce Peterson, who won a 9-5 decision over Reece Worachek at 120, Bryce Ash (145), who beat Garrett Jeanquart in a 12-8 decision and Nate Trepanier, who pinned Hunter Larkin in 3:52. Brice Delzer (170) and Mac Winkler (182) each took decision wins. Delzer won 8-6 over Jacob Zellner, while Winkler beat Dalton Smerchek 9-7.



Maroon Matmen Split with Gladstone/Bark River

Menominee was defeated by Gladstone at home on Thursday, Jan. 26 by the score of 66-6, while the Maroons defeated Bark River-Harris on the same day, 40-12, though that match featured just one weight class with two wrestlers.

Menominee's two wins, which were both very tight, came from Devon Bournonville (152) and Hunter Wroblewski (160). Bournonville took a 2-1 decision over Alex Chouinard, while Wroblewski won in sudden victory by the score of 8-6.

For Gladstone, Lane Matzke (103) pinned Aidan Smith in 3:01, Cole Hansen (135) pinned Owen Weber in 2:48, Samuel Hill pinned Matt Nowack in 1:04, Austin Demeuse (171) pinned William Burnett in 57 seconds.

Gladstone also got a 6-0 decision win from Mason Frederick over Jacob Laatsch at 285, and a 5-3 sudden victory over Ian Brown from Brody Sanville.

Against Bark-River Harris, there was just one match. Menominee's Owen Weber beat Bark River-Harris' Mason Ray in a 10-0 major decision.

Winning by forfeit for Menominee were Aidan Smith (103), Ian Brown (140), Devon Bournonville (145), Hunter Wroblewski (152), William Burnett (160) and Jacob Laatsch.

For Bark River-Harris, Kyle Adams (125) and Tyler Labadie (189) each won via pin.

The 112, 119, 130, 171, and 215 pound weight classes each ended in double forfeit, with neither team having a wrestler.



Mustangs Out Muscle Marines

Marinette was defeated on the road by Little Chute by the score of 47-15 on Thursday, Jan. 26, as three Marines came away with wins.

Marinette got wins from Sam McClain (138), James Jagielski (152) and Taylor Brissette (170). McClain pinned Little Chute's Ronald Butler in 1:08, Jagielski pinned Logan Collinson in 1:27 and Brissette gave the Marines three points with a high-scoring decision win, beating Ryan Janssen 20-13.

For Little Chute, Paul List (120) won a decision over Marinette's Josh Goslyn, 7-3, Adam Kilgas pinned Sam Gressel in 5:57, Dalton Polimis (132) pinned Randy Allgeyer in 2:32, Logan Van Handel (145) pinned Hayden Knox in 1:47, Bryce Schumacher (160) took a 9-0 major decision over Sean Holk, Kristofer Runnheim pinned Draven Sadler in 3:55 and Nate Hietpas took a 16-3 major decision over Marine Reece Holder. Little Chute also got forfeit wins from Coltin Hawkins (182) and Jacob Lehrer (220). The 106 and 113-pound weight classes each ended in double forfeit.



Menominee, Oconto, Crandon Faceoff at Lena Quad

Menominee and Oconto each competed at the Lena Quad on Friday, Jan. 27, with Menominee beating Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy but dropping matches to Oconto and Crandon.

Oconto beat Menominee by the score of 39-27, with the Blue Devils getting an advantage of four pin victories to the Maroons' two. Without forfeit points, the final score would have been 15-15.

Oconto got a 10-4 decision from Tyler Wusterbarth (138), who beat Menominee's Ian Brown, along with pins from Peyton Boucher (152) and Jeff Humblet (170). Boucher pinned Hunter Wroblewski in 1:40 and Humblet pinned William Burnett in 1:38. Oconto got forfeit points from Aiden Wusterbarth (126), Bryce O'Conner (182), Tyler Lipp (195) and Lucas Ruechel (220).

Menominee got pin victories from Devon Bournonville (145), who pinned Blue Devil Nathan Kollman in 1:40, along with Jacob Laatsch (285), who pinned Mason Camps in 3:31. Owen Weber (132) also took an 8-5 decision win over Austin Ratajczyk. Maroons Aidan Smith (106) and Adam Conine (160) each won via forfeit.

Crandon defeated Menominee, 33-22. Menominee got wins from Ian Brown (138), who pinned Jamie Sears in 3:52, Devon Bournonville (145), who took a 12-1 major decision over Riley Anderson and Jacob Laatsch (285), who pinned Jesse Littleton in 2:20. Aidan Smith (106) also gave Menominee six points with a forfeit win.

Crandon got wins from Jack Hoyt (132), who won via decision over Owen Weber, 9-3, Breed Shepard (152), who pinned Hunter Wroblewski in 1:55, Ty Flannery (160), who pinned William Burnett in 2:37 and John Doane, who needed 49 seconds to pin Adam Conine. Crandon also got forfeit wins from Bradley Shepherd (126) and Dylan Bukovic (182).

The 113, 120, 195 and 220-pound weight classes each ended in double forfeit.

Menominee defeated Lena/STAA by the score of 42-10, though there were just four live matches, of which the Maroons won three. Owen Weber (132) pinned Noah Chang of Lena/STAA in 30 seconds, Devon Bournonville gave Menominee a win with a pin over Brian Ermis in 2:25 and Hunter Wroblewski needed 35 seconds to pin Lena/STAA's Simon Gard.

Menominee got forfeit wins from Ian Brown (138), William Burnett (160) and Adam Conine (170).

Lena/STAA got a 22-14 major decision win from Braxton Nelson, who beat Menominee's Aidan Smith. Alex Decoursin also gave Lena/STAA a win via forfeit.

The 106, 126, 182, 195 and 220-pound weight classes each ended in double-forfeit.


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04-26-2017Perspectives
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04-26-2017Obituaries
Glen N. Belongia

04-26-2017Obituaries
Allan A. Chaloupka

04-26-2017Obituaries
Donald M. Chapman

04-26-2017Obituaries
Claudine Conrad

04-26-2017Obituaries
Janet C. Christian

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Kim Y. Chung, M.D.

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Charles W. Clarke

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Glenn C. Feifarek

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Willard P. Frederiksen

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Wayne R. Funk

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Lynn M. Heise

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Gloria C. Henneman-O'Meara

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Donald Jakups

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Susan M. Meyer

04-26-2017Obituaries
Elda Miller

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Aaron J. Morois

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Jessie Anna Neyens

04-26-2017Obituaries
Wanda F. Osterberg

04-26-2017Obituaries
John R. Peshek

04-26-2017Obituaries
Forest Phillips Sr.

04-26-2017Obituaries
Eileen M. Polzin

04-26-2017Obituaries
Evelyn Quist

04-26-2017Obituaries
Margaret Rhodes

04-26-2017Obituaries
George F. Schmidt 

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Jeffrey M. Schoenwalder

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Garth R. Seehawer

04-26-2017Obituaries
Laurel Stepien

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Gerald C. White

04-19-2017Obituaries
Regina Waciak

04-19-2017Obituaries
Marcella F. Tebo

04-19-2017Obituaries
Donald J. Paasch

04-19-2017Obituaries
David P. LeRoy

04-19-2017Obituaries
Ruby M. Harring

04-19-2017Obituaries
Donna Belle Gropp

04-19-2017Obituaries
Joan Ernst

04-19-2017Obituaries
Otto A. Delzer

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Mary Witt

04-19-2017Obituaries
Christine Wasbotten

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Kim M. Seizyk-Trudell

04-19-2017Obituaries
June E. Tordeur

04-19-2017Obituaries
Mary Smiltneek

04-19-2017Obituaries
Jerald O. Schulz

04-19-2017Obituaries
Nancy J. Schuette

04-19-2017Obituaries
James L. Pileggi

04-19-2017Obituaries
Arlene E. Peterson

04-19-2017Obituaries
Julie A. Patton

04-19-2017Obituaries
Emma A. Mueller

04-19-2017Obituaries
John Montevideo, Jr.

04-19-2017Obituaries
Emily A. McBride

04-19-2017Obituaries
Kathleen A. Darrow 

04-19-2017Obituaries
James J. Anderle 

04-19-2017Obituaries
Helen  M. Wright 

04-19-2017Obituaries
Carol J. Tebo

04-19-2017Obituaries
Joseph K. Orlando      

04-19-2017Obituaries
Ann G. Knope

04-19-2017Obituaries
Denny Dunn

04-19-2017Obituaries
Georgene Ann Duellman

04-19-2017Sports
PHS Alumni Pepper "Fore" Golf Scholarship Outing Set for June 16

04-19-2017Sports
Bulldog Track & Field Teams Claim Multi-Team Meets

04-19-2017Sports
Peshtigo Refuses to Relinquish 1st

04-19-2017Sports
Coleman and Niagara to Play for Top Spot in M&O

04-19-2017Perspectives
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04-19-2017Perspectives
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04-19-2017Perspectives
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04-19-2017Community - Wausaukee
Legion Auxiliary Unit 66 Has 65 Paid Members

04-19-2017Community - Wausaukee
Hearing Discontinue Town Public Way

04-19-2017Community - Wausaukee
Presbyterian Churches List Worship Leaders

04-19-2017Community - Wausaukee
Athelstane Town Board Awards Roads Bids

04-19-2017Community - Crivitz
Country Gospel Jam April 21

04-19-2017Community - Crivitz
Benefit Golf Scramble at Crivitz on June 10th

04-19-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Elementary WPTO 5K Run/Walk May 13th

04-19-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Craftfest Set for May 6th

04-19-2017Community - Coleman
Chickens, Garden Topics at Library

04-19-2017Community - Coleman
Sonny Seymour To Mark Third Birthday

04-19-2017Community - Coleman
Community Rummage Sale Slated May 19, 20

04-19-2017Community - Coleman
Equity Club Re-Elects Officers at Annual Meet

04-19-2017Front Page
Puncer Open Raised $3400 for Charities

04-19-2017Front Page
Tricia Grebin Seated On Marinette County Board

04-19-2017Front Page
Proposed State Budget Good For Peshtigo School Finances

04-19-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Chamber Announces 2017 Persons of the Year

04-19-2017Front Page
Denise Wiedemeier Assumes Role as New Town of Peshtigo Chair

04-12-2017Front Page
Convenience Store Burglars Caught After 2-Day Chase

04-12-2017Front Page
Citizens School Building Committee Meets April 17

04-12-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Council To Reorganize April 18

04-12-2017Front Page
Auditor: 2016 Was Good Year For City of Peshtigo Budget

04-12-2017Front Page
CBA/CRA Salute Nick Witt as 2017 "Person of the Year"

04-12-2017
Silver Cliff Card Party Honorees

04-12-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wagner Board Meeting April 18

04-12-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Jr/Sr High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Listed

04-12-2017Community - Wausaukee
Writers Lunch at Wausauke

04-12-2017Community - Crivitz
SC Fire, Rescue to Offer Scholarship

04-12-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Craftfest Set for May 6th

04-12-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Egg Hunt Apr. 15

04-12-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Middle School 3rd Quarter Honor Rolls Listed

04-12-2017Community - Coleman
Fish Fry Good Friday at Equity

04-12-2017Community - Coleman
Pound Hillside North Family Easter Event

04-12-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance

04-12-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Middle School Lists 3rd Quarter Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance

04-12-2017Sports
Marines Fall Twice in NEC, Oconto Falls Splits Games

04-12-2017Sports
AREA GOLF

04-12-2017Sports
AREA TRACK AND FIELD

04-12-2017Sports
M&O Softball

04-12-2017Perspectives
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04-12-2017Perspectives
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04-12-2017Obituaries
Thomas J. Ausloos

04-12-2017Obituaries
Carol J. Blomquist

04-12-2017Obituaries
Richard C. Baribeau

04-12-2017Obituaries
David W. Cain

04-12-2017Obituaries
Frederick J. Charles

04-12-2017Obituaries
Judith Corey

04-12-2017Obituaries
Norman Damp

04-12-2017Obituaries
Viola Jashinsky

04-12-2017Obituaries
Randy I. Konell

04-12-2017Obituaries
JoAnn Kowalkowski 

04-12-2017Obituaries
Jerome M. Lemsky

04-12-2017Obituaries
David P. LeRoy

04-12-2017Obituaries
Henry R. Miller

04-12-2017Obituaries
Elizabeth C. Olsheske

04-12-2017Obituaries
John P. Przewrocki

04-12-2017Obituaries
Bernice B. Stone 

04-12-2017Obituaries
Carol J. Wyttenback

04-06-2017Obituaries
David Yudes

04-06-2017Obituaries
Helen Weinschrott

04-06-2017Obituaries
Eugene Tachick

04-06-2017Obituaries
Kenneth H. Rosner


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