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Cougars Take Silver at Papermaker Invite

Issue Date: December 9, 2021

Area Wrestling

Coleman was second as a team at the 2021 Kimberly Invitational on Saturday, with three individual weight class winners.

Amery, the defending D2 state champions, took first, with 569.5 points as a team. Coleman, with 504.5, was the only other team above 431, the score of third-place Appleton North.

Brady Gross, Chance Gruber and Karson Casper each won their weight classes.

After three byes, Gross beat Ashwaubenon's Owen Bowers by 19-3 tech fall and took the 132-pound championship by pin over Appleton North's Mohammad Zaidan in a minute and 45 seconds.

Gruber (138) got three byes, then pinned Amery's Austin Schleusner in 4:54 to earn a spot in the championship, where he beat Ashwaubenon's Jonah Leisgang in a 3-1 decision.

Casper got one bye and wrestled four matches on the day. He took care of business easily in the initial rounds, pinning Grafton's Ira Schlottke and Manitowoc Lincoln's Isaac Pionek in less than a minute each. In the championship bracket, he pinned Caden Clausen in 3:09 and topped Karsen Otis in an ultimate tiebreaker, 2-1, in the first-place match.

John Nowak (126), Will Bieber (160), Owen Kinziger (170) and Cole Klimek (182) each earned second-place finishes.

Nowak started the day with two pin victories. After a bye, he advanced to the championship with a 5-2 decision over Amery's Sam Kelling. He lost due to injury default in the first-place match against Kimberly's Tyson Peach.

Bieber started off with two byes before pinning Grafton's Irtaza Manzoor in a minute and beating Freedom's Jack VanRossum in a 6-1 decision. He lost the first-place match to Amery's Mason Tylee by 13-10 decision.

Kinziger pinned his first three opponents: Ashwaubenon's Jackson Schuyler in 1:10, Kimberly's Aiden Benbrooks in 2:15 and Kewaunee's Logan Steinhorst in 1:56. He was a medical forfeit in the championship, however. Amerys' Eddie Simes took the crown.

Klimek pinned four straight opponents to start the tournament, beating Sturgeon Bay's Craven Lautenbach in 1:20, Grafton's Ben Birch in 2:56, Merrill's Dominic Roper in 2:40 and Kimberly's Brody Beck in 1:19. However, he was pinned in three minutes flat by Grant Cook of Amery.

Conner Markiewicz (106) was third with a 2-1 record in live matches, Ray LeMieux (120) was 2-2 in live matches for a fourth-place finish and Brody Zahn (285) was fourth with two pins and a 2-2 live record.

Ramiro Cortez (145) took seventh with a 2-2 record, Lexus Baars (113) was 0-2, placing seventh, Adam Fonder was 0-2 to take ninth and Dameon Burke (220) placed 14th with a 2-3 record, winning twice by pin.



Bulldogs and

Wildcats Compete

at Seymour Duals

Lena and Peshtigo competed at the Seymour Duals on Saturday, taking on Bonduel, Mishicot, Seymour and Waupun.

Lena took losses against Bonduel, Seymour and Mishicot, though that was largely the result of forfeits. In live matches, the Wildcats excelled.

The Bonduel match was the closest on the scoreboard, as it finished 48-30. However, Bonduel got 42 of its points from forfeits, while all of Lena's wins were in live matches.

In live matches, Lena's Dylan Comins (120) pinned Hailey Berg in 1:43, Luke Misco (132) pinned Colin Fischer in 2:59, Sam Marquardt (138) pinned Madalyn Sokolski in 1:37, Ayden Decoursin (145) pinned Hunter Bougie in 3:18 and Dylan Urbanek (285) pinned Cody Koeller in 1:07.

Bonduel's lone live winner was Donavon Vigue (195), who pinned Franky Umentum in 28 seconds. They got forfeit wins at 106, 126, 152, 160, 170, 182 and 220.

The Seymour match ended 54-24, with six forfeit wins, accounting for 36 points, given to Seymour.

In live results, Lena's Comins pinned Connor Steffens in 1:46, Misco (132) pinned Walker Kaczrowski in 3:14, Marquardt (138) pinned Mason Bunnell in 1:16 and Urbanek (285) pinned Brock Socha in 2:42.

For Seymour, Ryan Tomazevic (145) pinned Decoursin in 12 seconds, Mason Stephanus (170) pinned Jackson Dahin in 3:13 and Lucas Leisgang (182) pinned Umentum in 2:54. Seymour won by forfeit at 106, 120, 126, 152, 160 and 220.

Mishicot beat Lena 48-18, with forfeit wins (24 points). Mishicot was the only team of the three to win more live matches than Lena.

Comins (113) pinned Kaden Tesarik in 1:44, Misco (132) pinned T.J. Havolvitz in 1:11 and Marquardt (138) pinned Ronnie Pilon in 4:47.

Mishicot's Jacob Benfield (145) pinned Decoursin in 3:04, Nico Desotelle (170) pinned Josh Kristoff (170) in 1:51, Ben Griffey (182) pinned Umentum in 2:47 and Harrison Sauer (285) pinned Urbanek in 1:16.

The 106, 120 and 126-pound classes were double forfeits. Mishicot took six free points at 152, 160, 195 and 220.

Peshtigo picked up four losses on the day, with forfeits due to unfilled weight classes hurting the Bulldogs as well.

Bonduel beat Peshtigo 48-36.

Bonduel won the 106, 120, 152, 160, 182 and 195-pound weight classes by forfeit. Peshtigo's Ethan Suennen was a forfeit winner at 113.

Peshtigo got five live wins to Bonduel's two.

For Peshtigo, Brenden Conn (126) pinned Cooper Salerno in 25 seconds, Reese Yunke (132) beat Colin Fischer by an injury default, Ethan Brissette (138) pinned Madalyn Sokolski in 3:32, Kalakai Yakel (145) pinned Hunter Bougie in 1:50 and Connor Thomas (285) pinned Cody Koeller in 1:24.

Bonduel's Tyson Bogacz (170) pinned Caleb Klimek in 25 seconds and Vance Paholke (220) pinned Carson Patterson in 1:23.

Mishicot topped the Bulldogs by a 45-24 score. Peshtigo's Conn (126) pinned T.J. Havlovitz in 1:44, Brissette (138) pinned Ronnie Pilon in 6:17 and Thomas pinned Harrison Sauer at 285 in 2:30.

For Mishicot, Kaden Tesarik (113) beat Suennen by 12-11 decision, Jacob Benfield (145) pinned Yakel in 1:46, Nico Desotelle (170) pinned Klimek in 15 seconds and Logan Marshall (220) pinned Patterson in 20 seconds. Mishicot won the 152, 160, 182 and 195-pound classes by forfeit. Peshtigo's Yunke was unopposed at 132.

Seymour beat Peshtigo 63-9. Peshtigo's wins came from a Thomas (285) pin of Brock Socha in 37 seconds and a Brissette (138) decision over Wyatt Bunnell, 6-0.

Connor Steffens (113) pinned Suennen in 3:28, Nicholas Peters (126) pinned Conn in 2:37, Walker Kaczrowski beat Yunke 4-0, Ryan Tomazevic (145) pinned Yakel in 31 seconds, Mason Stephanus (170) pinned Klimek in 2:17 and Joseph Dey (220) pinned Thomas in 47 seconds.

Seymour won the 106, 120, 152, 160 and 182-pound weight classes by forfeit.

Waupun was victorious by a 51-24 total. Peshtigo's wins came from Suennen (113) by pin over Grant Braskamp in 50 seconds, Conn (126) by 54-second pin of Alex Falke, Brissette (138) in a 3:49 pin of Zeke Kelly and Thomas (285) in a 1:51 pin of Owen Kooima. In an extra matchup at 126, Levi Nemec pinned Lucas Bresser in 1:11.

For Waupun, Caiden DeGroff (132) beat Reese Yunke by 5-3 decision, Anthony Nighbor (145) pinned Yakel in 19 seconds, Isaac Glewen (170) pinned Klimek in :29 and Daniel Wilkum (220) pinned Patterson in 1:20.

The 106, 120, 152, 160 and 182-pound classes were forfeits for Peshtigo.



Coleman Matmen Post

Dual Win Over De Pere

The Coleman Cougars are off and running on the mats with a 42-30 win over De Pere on Thursday.

Coleman and De Pere split the 14 matches evenly, but all of Coleman's wins were of the six point variety, with one forfeit victory and six pins.

De Pere, on the other hand, won by one forfeit, three decisions, one major decision, one tech fall and one pin.

Coleman's Raymond Lemieux (120) pinned Cayden Albers, Brady Gross (132) pinned A.B. Campbell, Ramiro Cortez (145) pinned Ryan Rouse, Karson Casper (152) pinned Diesel Dekeyser, Will Bieber (160) pinned Connor Westphal and Brody Zahn (285) pinned Ross Rowland.

For De Pere, Mycah Beckett (106) pinned Conner Markiewicz, Brooke Corrigan (113) beat Lexus Baars by 11-2 major decision, Shane Corrigan (126) beat John Nowak by an 18-2 tech fall, Collin Hansen (138) beat Chance Gruber 4-2, Michael Alexander (182) beat Cole Klimek by a 3-2 score and Jack Kulman (220) beat Adam Fonder in a 6-2 decision. Brennan Kincade won by forfeit at 195.



Panthers Scratch

Out Win Over Tigers

on the Road

Oconto Falls overcame three forfeit losses to beat Wrightstown 48-27 on Thursday.

Wrightstown won the 152, 160 and 170-pound weight classes by forfeit. Oconto Falls' Mitchell Kallies (285) was a forfeit winner.

In live matchups, Oconto Falls was 8-2.

Winning for the Panthers were Cole Bolize (113) by 3:34 pin over Riley Verbeten, Graeson Pankratz (120) in an 8-2 decision over Kevine Biese, Parker Peterson (126) by pin of Owen Roebke in 3:30, Jaden Ganter by pin in 5:25 over Kyler Verbeten at 132, 138-pounder Luke Trepanier in a 1:09 pin against Aidan Wilson, Nick Trepanier (182) by 1-0 decision over Logan Summers, Clayton Whiting (195) in a 29-second pin over Sam Keuler, and Luke Gilbertson (220) pinning Daniel Van Eperen in 1:38.

Wrightstown's only live wins were from Everett Koltz (106) beating Hunter Bolize in an 8-4 decision and Jacob Durocher's (145) pin of Jeremy Earley in 2:29.

Northwoods Storm

Competes at Oconto

Invitational

Oconto hosted Sheboygan South, Oshkosh West, Mosinee and Florence/Niagara for an invitational on Friday.

Oconto was fourth of the five teams, while Florence/Niagara was fifth. Sheboygan South got the team win, followed by Oshkosh West and Mosinee.

Florence/Niagara's Breyson Kelley won the 160-pound weight class. He pinned Oconto's Michael DeGrave in 48 seconds, Oshkosh West's Xavier Staszak in 24 seconds and beat Mosinee's Tristan Iczkowski by 12-2 major decision.

Sophia Wagner was second in the 113-pound weight class with two wins and one loss, including pinning Oconto's Michael DeGrave in 48 seconds, while Isaiah Fennessy was 2-2 with two pin victories.

For Oconto, Jaymison Markham (120) took second with two wins and one loss. One of his wins came over teammate Charlie Jordan, who was third of three wrestlers in the class. Seth Miller took second at 220, with one win and one loss, both by pin.

Ethan Wusterbarth was third with a 1-2 record, Kyle Bowman went 2-2 with two pin victories to take third at 182, and Conner Christensen was 2-2 with two pin victories over Oshkosh West opponents to claim third at 285.

Owen Hansen was fourth at 195 with a 1-3 record, Angel Jordan (126) was fifth with an 0-4 record, Devin Bostwick was fifth with an 0-4 record, Michael DeGrave took fourth at 0-3, and Owen Hansen took fourth with a 1-3 record, as he pinned teammate Lexxus Ponce in 1:32. Ponce was fifth at 195 with an 0-4 record.



Wildcats Compete at

Shiocton Quadrangular

Lena took on Kewaunee, Shiocton and Manawa at Thursday's quad in Shiocton, picking up a win over Manawa.

Lena beat Manawa by a 36-6 score in a matchup that featured just three live matches. Lena's Sam Marquardt pinned Drake Frasier at 145 in three minutes, 54 seconds and Josh Kristoff (170) needed just 52 seconds to pin Manawa's Chase Dobberstein.

Manawa got a win after 182-pounder Bryce Bartel pinned Franky Umentum in 2:58.

Lena got forfeit wins from Luke Misco (132), Ayden Decoursin (138), Dylan Urbanek (285) and Dylan Comins (113).

Seven weight classes were double forfeits.

Shiocton beat Lena by a 60-9 score. Lena's six points came from a Marquardt win over Isaiah Carton by 11-8 decision in the 145-pound class and a Comins forfeit win at 113.

For Shiocton, Jordan Jahnke (132) pinned Decoursin in 4:33, Blake Carton (138) pinned Misco in 4:45, Colten Schuh (170) pinned Michael Thomas in 1:25 and Dion Helser (182) pinned Umentum in 56 seconds.

Dylan Herb (152), Brad Demerath (162), Hunter Schuh (195) and Dylan Larsen (220) won by forfeit.

The final score against Kewaunee was 48-18 in favor of the Storm.

Lena got two pins and one forfeit in the match.

Misco (132) pinned Matt Wery in 1:47, Kristoff (170) beat Donovan Konop in 3:38 and Comins (113) was a forfeit winner.

Mitchell VanGoethem (138) pinned Decoursin in 4:57, Max Severin (145) pinned Marquardt in 5:47, Logan Steinhorst (182) pinned Umentum in 1:08, and Jacob VanGoethem (285) pinned Urbanek in 1:26.

Kewaunee's Issac Benz (126), Keith Koch (160), Kemper Robinson (195), and Matthew Boeder (220) each won by forfeit.


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