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Area Grapplers Hit Tourney Trail

Issue Date: December 22, 2021

Area Wrestling

Five Area Teams

Compete at Shawano

Holiday Classic


Five area teams competed on the mats at the Shawano Holiday Classic.

Stratford, Freedom and Marshfield were the top three teams at the meet. Marinette was 11th, Peshtigo took 13th and Oconto was 14th of 26 teams. Lena was 18th and Florence took 24th.

Marinette's top finisher was Kaylee Mcfadden, who took second in the girls' 160-pound weight class. After starting off with a loss to Antigo's Alexandra Hofrichter, she pinned three straight opponents, Clintonville's Keela Deering, Omro's Abigail Gutche and Appleton North's Romana Blake in 38 seconds, 59 seconds and 5 minutes, 38 seconds, respectively, to finish second.

Koressa Allgeyer was 2-2 at girls' 120 to take third. She pinned two opponents, from Shawano and New London, in 4:30 and 1:49, while also losing twice by pin.

Shayla Diaz took sixth in the girls' 138-pound weight class with an 0-5 record on the day.

Isaiah Walker (boys' 132) took third in his weight class with a 19-second pin victory in his opening match and a decision win in third-place match against Drake Herm of Shawano, 9-2.

Josh Walker (138) took fifth despite finishing the day with three wins to one loss. He pinned Appleton West's Ramses Aguirre in 37 seconds, Peshtigo's Ethan Brissette in 2:20 and Shiocton's Isaiah Carton in 44 seconds, but he lost in the championship quarterfinals, his second match of the day, by 9-3 decision against Keagan Cliver of Marshfield. Cliver is 15-1 on the season. Jonny Bieber (160) was also fifth with a 3-1 record. He also lost in the quarterfinal, a 2:10 pin by Stratford's Elijah Lucio, who is 12-0 this year. In his three wins, he pinned Appleton West's Brady Cittadino in 3:03, pinned Florence's Breyson Kelley in 5:47 and defeated Brillion's Mavric Nohr by 7-3 decision.Jaxon Smith went 2-2 with a pin and major decision wins to take seventh, John Boyce (220) was eighth with a 1-3 live record and Dakota Cuff (220) lost his first two matches of the day by decision, but responded with two quick pin victories in the consolation bracket to take 13th.

For Peshtigo, Connor Thomas went 2-2 to take fourth at 220. He won his first two matches by pin and tech fall but finished with two straight losses.

Ethan Brissette (138) and Reese Yunke (132) were both seventh after 2-2 records, each winning their first and final matches with two losses in between. Ethan Suennen was ninth at 107, winning three matches to one loss. He started the day with a 41-second pin loss to Valders' Maddux Wendling before responding with three quick pins of Omro's Carter Besaw in 1:48, Marshfield's Ava Gardner in 2:17 and Antigo's Johnny Wissbroecker in 1:03. Levin Nemec (126) was 0-3 to take 12th, Jessie Haines (145) took 14th with an 0-3 live record, Caleb Klimek (160) was 14th with a 1-3 record and Evelyn Hurley (girls' 106) was fourth with a 0-3 record.

Oconto's Kyleigh Beekman (girls' 152) took third after a pin victory and two pin losses.

Tyler Beekman was seventh at 120 with a 1-2 record, Charlie Jordan (113) was eighth after an 0-3 day, Jaymison Markham (126) was eighth with 0-3 record and Conner Christensen (285) took eighth with a 1-3 record, starting his day with a pin before losing his next three.

Dominic Caylor (160) was 13th. After two losses to start out, he pinned his next two opponents, including Peshtigo's Caleb Klimek in the 13th-place match.

Ethan Wusterbarth (132) took 15th with three pin losses and one pin victory, Lexxus Ponce (182) was 0-2 to take 13th, Owen Hansen was 0-3 but took 14th at 195, and both Miguel Vargas (138) and Kyle Bowman (170) did not place after going 0-2.

Lena's top finisher was Sam Marquardt (138). He won his first three matches of the day, pinning Omro's Garrison Vandenberg in 44 seconds, then beating Shiocton's Isaiah Carton 10-2 and Stratford's Logan Gliniecki 10-9. That moved him to the championship match, where 15-1 Keagan Cliver of Marshfield beat him by an 8-0 major decision score. Dylan Comins (113) took third with a 1-3 record, Luke Misco (126) went 2-1 with tech fall and pin victories in his final two matches to take fifth and Franky Umentum (182) went 1-3 with a pin victory over Oconto's Ponce.

Two Florence girls won their weight classes. Sophia Wagner (106) won her weight class with three pins, beat Stratford's Cecilia Defoe in two minutes, Peshtigo's Hurley in 2:48 and Shiocton's Lexi Riehl in 1:51. Caitlyn Kelley (120) beat New London's Zaylie Reimer by 15-0 tech fall in her initial match, then pinned three opponents in the first period: she beat Bonduel's Hailey Berg in a minute flat, Marinette's Allgeyer in 45 seconds and Shawano's Kate Williams in 1:59 to win the weight class. Breyson Kelley (boys' 160) went 2-2 to take seventh place. He started with a pin victory and ended with a pin victory, but lost 12-9 by tiebreaker in the quarterfinal and was pinned by Marinette's Bieber.



Cougars Compete at

E.H. Stech Invitational

Coleman got one first-place individual finish and two silver medals at the E.H Stech Invitational in West Allis on Saturday.

The Cougars ended the tournament with a fifth-place team finish. Wisconsin Rapids, Mukwonago, Germantown and Nicolet were the top four teams, in order, in the tournament.

Brody Zahn got the Cougars' lone individual weight class win in the 285-pound division. He pinned all three of his opponents: Nicolet's Max Stuhlmacher in 1:07, Wisconsin Rapids' Josh Hansen in 3:39 and Mukwonago's Grant Stromberg in 4:51.

Karson Casper (145) and Ray LeMieux (120) each took second place.

LeMieux got a pin over Mukwonago's Adam Whittier in 2:21 and topped Wauwatosa's Oliver Crum by tech fall, 16-0, before falling to Wisconsin Rapids' Preston Spray, who beat him by 10-2 major decision. Spray has yet to lose on the season.

Casper pinned Waukesha North's Connor MacLeod in 1:13, tech-falled Franklin's Ty Summers 18-3 and beat Germantown's Talan Schutte 7-5 in the semifinal to earn a date with Mukwonago's Cody Goebel in the championship. Goebel is undefeated this year, and he showed it in handing Casper his first loss of the year, though it was a hard-fought 3-0 win.

Cole Klimek had a busy day in the 182-pound weight class. He wrestled five matches, winning his first two and last two, with a major decision loss to undefeated Evan Danowski of Waterford in the semifinal sandwiched in the middle. Klimek pinned Wauwatosa's Matthew Brown in 3:37, beat Whitnall/Greendale's Chuck Shuart and Germantown's Jacob Momper in tech falls and defeated Watertown's Braden Holleman in a 5-2 decision.

Will Bieber (160) was 3-2 in live matches to finish fourth. He lost by two decisions, 12-8 and 10-5, against opponents from Mukwonago and Nicolet, while pinning opponents from Waukesha North and Sussex Hamilton and defeating a New Berlin opponent by 7-2 decision.

John Nowak (126) was 3-2 in live matches to take fifth in his class. He pinned an opponent from Whitefish Bay/Dominican/University School of Milwaukee, took a major decision over a Janesville Craig opponent in the quarterfinal and won in sudden victory over Germantown's Ryan Michalski in the fifth-place match.

Brady Gross (132), Chance Gruber (138) and Isaiah Nowak (170) were each 2-2 in live matches but did not place.

Conner Markiewicz (106) and Ramiro Cortez (152) each went 1-2 in live matches and did not place.

Lexus Baars (113), Adam Fonder (195) and Dameon Burke (220) did not place after 0-2 days.



Wolverines Compete at

Willard Schmidt Invite


Crivitz competed at the Willard Schmidt Wrestling Invitational over the weekend, taking 11th as a team.

There were 14 teams in the tournament at Green Bay Preble, with Winneconne, Lomira and West De Pere the top three, respectively.

The Wolverines' top individual finisher was Dominic Thoresen, who won the 160-pound weight class with a 5-0 record in live matches.

He pinned four of his first five opponents, Menasha's Nathan Messman, Menominee Indian's Tate Zhuckkahosee, Winneconne's Joey Klemm and Green Bay Preble's RJ Schoenholz, all in under two minutes. His other win was in the semifinal match, a 14-4 major decision over Lomira's Turner Wagoner.

Next was TJ Mueller, who took third in the 182-pound weight class. After two byes, he went 2-1, pinning Kaukauna's Logan Bammen and Sheboygan's Andrew Collado, with a pin loss to Lomira's Logan Neitzel sandwiched in between.

Kyle Guy (195) and Karson Bins (170) each went 2-2 in live matches and took fourth place in their weight classes. Evan Kaufman (106) was seventh after a 1-2 record, Sean Krueger (160) and Aiden Diaz (285) were each 1-3 in live matches to take eighth.



Panthers Travel

to Minnesota For

Christmas Tourney


Oconto Falls crossed state lines to take on teams from around the Twin Cities metropolitan area and southern Minnesota at the 2021 Minnesota Christmas Tournament in Rochester over the weekend. The Panthers placed 26th of 36 teams at the tournament.

The top three teams in the tournament were St. Michael-Albertville, Kasson-Mantorville and Simley, all Minnesota schools. The top Wisconsin team in the tournament was Kaukauna, which took fifth. It was a tough match to place at, with so many large teams at the event. A winning record was far from a guaranteed medal stand place. The Panthers had two wrestlers place, Clayton Whiting (182) and Mitchell Kallies (285). Whiting lost a match for the first time in recent memory, a 6-5 decision to Kasson-Mantorville's undefeated Bennett Berge, but still went on to take second place at 182. He pinned opponents from Hastings, Byron and Brandon, all within a minute and a half, then handed Stillwater's Ryder Rogotzke his first loss of the year, an 8-7 decision victory.

Kallies took eighth. He lost his first match of the day, a pin against Kasson-Mantorville's Reed Parish, but he won his next three matches, an injury default against a Rochester Mayo opponent, a 9-3 decision against Luxemburg-Casco's Joseph Chervenka, and a pin of Prior Lake's Martin Owusu in five minutes. He lost his final two matches, a decision and major decision, to finish eighth. Cole Bozile (113) was unlucky not to place after a strong day. He went 3-2 on the day, with a pin of Totino-Grace's Jackson Refsnider and wins by tech fall and decision over opponents with winning records from Simley and St. Thomas Academy, but he lost in the second round to an undefeated wrestler, Ben Bast of West Bend, and took his second loss of the day in the fourth consolation round against Apple Valley's Austin Laudenbach.

Luke Trepanier (138) was 2-2 on the day. He lost his opener by tech fall, but bounced back to beat Shakopee and Scott West opponents by tech fall and pin before a 7-6 decision loss to Farmington's Aidan Han-Lindemyer ended his day.

Graeson Pankratz (120) and Parker Peterson (126) were 1-2 in live matches.

Garrett Ganter (106), Jaden Ganter (132), Jeremy Earley (145), Quinton McDonald (152), Jeremy Caldwell (160), Cody Dellise (170), Nick Trepanier (195) and Luke Gilbertson (220) each went 0-2 in live matches.



Panthers Win Two at

FVL Multi-Dual


Oconto Falls picked up a pair of wins over Fox Valley Lutheran and Freedom at the Fox Valley Lutheran Multi Dual on Thursday, including a perfect 84-0 win over FVL.

The Panthers won all seven live matches against FVL by pin. Jaden Ganter (132) pinned Eli Stern in 19 seconds, Jeremy Earley (138) pinned Jonah Uhlenbrauck in 2 minutes, 47 seconds, Luke Trepanier (145) pinned Blake Maxwell in 4:56, Jeremy Caldwell (160) pinned Daniel Petit in 1:07, Cody Dellise (170) pinned Jackson Wolf in 42 seconds and Clayton Whiting (195) pinned Jacob Schumacker in 14 seconds.

Garrett Ganter (106), Cole Bozile (113), Graeson Pankratz (120), Parker Peterson (126), Quinton McDonald (152), Nick Trepanier (182) and Luke Gilbertson (220) all won by forfeit.

The Panthers' win over Freedom was not as much of a slam dunk as against FVL, but the Panthers still got a 43-28 win.

Freedom started off with the first six points after Patrick Moore pinned Gilbertson at 220 in 4:35, but Oconto Falls took the next six matches to take a 31-6 lead.

Kallies (285) beat Lucas VanGrinsven by 3-2 decision, Garrett Ganter (106) pinned Landon Wautier in 5:15, Bozile (113) beat Peter Tomazevic by 7-6 decision, Pankratz (120) beat Ben Wagner by 11-0 major decision, Peterson (127) pinned Grayson Ratajczak in the last second of the match, Jaden Ganter (132) beat Vincent Cook by 6-2 decision and Luke Trepanier (138) won by forfeit.

Freedom won the next three matches, with Nathan VandeHey (145) pinning Weston Borkovec (145) in 5:46, Caden Clausen (152) pinning McDonald in 39 seconds and Jack VanRossum (160) beating Caldwell by a 9-0 score.

Dellise (170) pinned Freedom's Cayman Schuh in 5:37 and Whiting (195) pinned Trent Feucht in 39 seconds to end the match, with a Freedom win sandwiched in between, with Tucker Brockman (182) pinning Nick Trepanier in 3:23.



Forfeits Cost Crivitz in

48-18 Loss to Oconto


Crivitz didn't have the numbers to hang with Oconto on the scoreboard Tuesday night.

As a team, Oconto beat Crivitz 48-18, with five forfeits accounting for 30 Blue Devil points. Tyler Beekman (120, Jaymison Markham (126), Ethan Wusterbarth (132), Miguel Vargas (138) and Devon Bostwick (145) each took six free points.

In live action, the teams each won three matches. For Oconto, Charlie Jordan (113) pinned Evan Kaufman in a minute and 25 seconds, Kyle Bowman (170) pinned Sean Krueger in 5:25 and Conner Christensen (285) pinned Aiden Diaz in 4:28.

For Crivitz, Dominic Thoresen (160) pinned Dominic Caylor in 3:17, TJ Meuller (195) pinned Owen Hansen in 1:09 and Kyle Guy (220) pinned Seth Miller in 3:45.


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