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Crivitz Leads Football & Volleyball All Conference Voting

Issue Date: December 6, 2018

The Wolverines had offensive player of the year Jaden Werner, who quarterbacked the team to a conference title in his junior season, along with the defensive lineman of the year, senior Joseph Tomaszewski, who also earned a first-team defensive spot.

"Jaden Werner, did a great job running a new offense, " said Crivitz Head Coach Matt Bernier. "He took control of the ball and did a great job running and also passing the ball. Will be excited to have him back next year. Bernier went on to discuss Joseph, "Joe stepped up big for us this season anchoring a young offense line and really improving on the defensive line. Joe worked hard week to week to make adjustments and lead his position group."

Junior Tony Jopek was a first-team running back for the voting.

"Tony Jopek, tony was a dual threat runner and receiver from his position," said Berneir. "He had break away speed and was a big play maker in our offense."

Junior wide receiver/defensive back Dawson Andrist was a first-teamer both ways.

"Dawson Andrist, WR/DV Dawson continued to grow on both sides of the ball this season," siad Berneir. "He made some great catches had was a deep treat for us. Dawson is a solid overall football player and her should be a big contributor next season."

Senior Elijah Lawrence earned a first-team defense spot for his work at linebacker, and a second-team running back spot.

"Eli Lawrence was all over the field making tackles for us this season," said Berneir. "We usually put Eli to the strong side of the field and he did a great job doing his responsibilities and playing a hard nosed style of football."

Sophomore John Danielson was a second-team offensive lineman, Werner was a second-team defensive back, Jopek was a second-team linebacker and junior Jaden Bemis was a second-team defensive lineman. The Wolverines had just one honorable mention, defensive back Eian Baumann, a sophomore.

Northern Elite occupied many of the rest of the accolades. Senior defensive back Brent Dumke was the defensive player of the year and senior Braiden Bousley was the conference's top offensive lineman and the overall player of the year in the conference, earning first-team lineman spots on both sides of the ball.

Running behind Bousley was first-team running back Landen Kaldor, who was also a first-team defensive back in his senior year. Junior Charles Schaefer was a first-team defensive end.

Dumke was the second-team quarterback and punter, sophomore Gabe Wysocki was a second-team offensive lineman, senior wideout Evan Metras was second-team and kicker Andrew Niven was second-team kicker and linebacker as a sophomore.

Junior linebacker Josh Wallschlaeger and sophomore defensive lineman Trentan Rea were also second-teamers.

Junior offensive end Charles Schaefer and Metras (defensive end) received honorable mentions as well.

For Suring, Logan Stuart did it all. The junior was a first-team linebacker, first-team punter, second-team running back and honorable mention kicker.

"Logan Stuart had an extremely productive year in football," said Suring Head Coach Mitch Taylor. "He was our leading rusher, leading tackler, punter, and kicker for our football team. He basically never left the field until the game was over. He is a humble individual that will do anything to make the team better.

Mitchell Stegeman finished his career as a first-team wide receiver.

"Mitchell Stegeman had a very difficult season that started with a great game at Manawa, but resulted in a broken rib," said Taylor. "Then was out for five games, before coming back and having two great games at the end of the year to propel us into the playoffs. Mitchell was a very good leader that despite the injury was always at practice helping others get better. Mitchell will be truly missed, along with fellow seniors Reece Garrigan, Josh Reed, and Jeffrey Miller; these four gentlemen put a lot of time and energy into our football program throughout their four years in Suring. Logan will be back again as we venture into our first year of 8-man football. He will have to pick up where he left off this year and become a vocal leader for our team."

Suring second teamers were sophomore offensive lineman Leo Taylor, senior offensive/defensive lineman Reece Garrigan, sophomore defensive back Kegyn Lambrecht, senior linebacker Josh Reed and junior defensive back Chad McVeigh.

Senior Jeffrey Miller was an honorable mention offensive lineman.



The Crivitz Wolverines had one of the best volleyball teams in the area and this All Conferecne voting bore that out.

"The entire team was a pleasure to coach this year," said Crivitz Head Coach"Molly Meyers. "They all came everyday to practice with a positive attitude, good work ethic, and ready to improve themselves each day. I am very proud of them for being back to back conference champs. They set that goal and accomplished it. I was also very proud of their tournament run. We hope to make it even further next year. I am very fortunate to have almost all of my players back next year."

Not only did the Wolverines take the Most Oustanding Player of the year award, they also bagged the Top defenive speacilatist award along with three first team selctions.

Leading the votiong was Wolverine Chloe Gruszynski who was honored for her efforts on the courts this season with the M&O's Most Outsdatning Volleyball Player of the Year Award.

"Chloe Gruszynski had an exceptional year both defensively and offensively," said Meyers. "I am very proud of the way she took her game to another level this year. She was co-MVP last year. She could have been content with that and not worked to get better. She did just the opposite. She set goals to become better at every aspect of her game, especially developing a more consistent serve and to become a more powerful, effective hitter, and she reached those goals. She is a player who makes a difference in a game. "

Following Gruszynski and playing just as big of a part this season was Wolverine Morgan Gyger, who also secured one of the top honors, getting the top defenisve specalist award.

Morgen Gyger put in a lot of time in the off season to improve not only her offensive game," said Meyers. " But her defensive game as well. She is an exceptional leader and passer on the floor. She also improved her hitting percentage and serving intensity. which made her even more of a threat."

Saige Nelsen also joined her teammates on the first team list. This whole past season Nelsen supplied her teammates with a wealth of scoring opportunites always setting when needed.

Saige Nelsen did an amazing job of running the offense for our team," siad Meyers. "She has grown to be leader on the floor and I look forward to seeing how she improves her game even more over the coming year."

Wausauklee saw their star setter make the first team as well as Callie Ortlando was elected to the first team.

Jasmine Racine represented Niagara with a postion on the first team while Leida Rodriguez of Oneida and Wylee VanBellinger rounded off the first team list.

"Wylee has been a three year starter for me. Wylee is a determined athlete who always wants to improve herself as a player," siad Suring Head Coach Tonia Kruschke. "This year Wylee took that next step to improve her overall form in hitting and passing by breaking down each fundamental skill set. She also worked on her strategic level of play by reading the opening on the court and placing the ball where we as a team needed it. Our focus this year as a team was defensive. We knew we have to take that portion of our game to the next level in order to be successful. Wylee was our best passer in the aspect of getting the ball to our setter in order to run our offense. Wylee has also been instrumental in helping our younger players improve their skills. She understands the game skill by skill and has taken the leadership role to help her teammates Wylee's passion for the game pushed to succeed and gain the first team nomination. "

The Wolverines also saw one of their starts make the secodn team in the secltyion of Emalee Johnsen.

"Emalee Johnsen did a great job playing all around this year and be a big offensive and defensive threat in the middle," said Meyers.


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