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Coleman Captures Silver at Pulaski Invitational

Issue Date: February 3, 2022

Area Wrestling

Coleman Bags Silver at Pulaski Invite

Coleman, Oconto Falls, and Peshtigo wrestled at the Pulaski Invitational on Saturday, with Coleman claiming second place in the team standings.

Only Kaukauna bested the Cougars' team total. Luxemburg-Casco was third.

Two Coleman wrestlers won individual titles, with Brody Zahn taking first at 285 and Cole Klimek winning the 170-pound weight class.

Karson Casper and Will Bieber took second at 145 and 152, respectively. Ray Lemieux was third at 113.

Karson Casper (145) pinned Hortonville's Grant Harris in 20 seconds and Pulaski's Grady Gille in 36 seconds before a 4-0 decision loss to Freedom's Nathan Vande Hey in the first-place match.

Bieber (152) beat Freedom's Caden Clausin by a 16-1 tech fall and pinned Lux-Casco Hunter Joniaux in 5:05. He lost to Bay Port's Jacob Ward by an 8-1 decision in the final match.

LeMieux pinned Kaukauna's Mason Hansen in 3:08 before a 5-2 decision loss to Ethan Eggert. He bounced back to pin Freedom's Peter Tomazevic and defeat Isaac Jerabek 5-2 in the third-place match.

Peter Kuchta was fourth at 182 and Micah Kuchta (138) took fifth at 138.

Peter Kuchta was 2-3, but two of his losses came by medical forfeit.

Micah Kuchta (138) went 3-2 on the day. He pinned Peshtigo's Levi Nemec in 1:59, Pulaski's Ryan Freward in 4:35, and beat Oconto Falls' Luke Trepanier 10-5.

John Nowak (120), Brady Gross (126), and Chance Gruber (132) each placed sixth and Connor Markiewicz took seventh at 106.

John Nowak went 2-3 in live matches. Oconto Falls' Graeson Pankratz handed him two of those losses by decision, 6-2 and 5-0.

Gross was 1-3 on the day with one pin victory. Gruber went 2-3 with all five of his matches decided by decision.

Markiewicz lost his first match by decision to Ethan Suennen by 9-4 decision but rebounded to win three straight. He pinned Freedom's Landon Wautier in 4:40, beat Kaukauna's Michael Posorski in a 3-2 decision and finished off a 7-2 decision win over Oconto Falls' Garrett Ganter.

Isaiah Nowak (160) went 2-2 in live matches and placed eighth. Sawyer Seefeldt (195) went 1-3 and did not place. Dameon Burke (220) did not place after a 1-2 day.

Oconto Falls came 10th as a team and Peshtigo was 15th.

A three-time state champion, Oconto Falls' Clayton Whiting won his 195-pound weight class. He started off with a medical forfeit win before pinning Freedom's Patrick Moore in 2:39 and beating West De Pere's Spencer Francois by 23-7 tech fall.

Graeson Pankratz (120) went 2-2, starting and ending the day with decision wins over Coleman's John Nowak, 6-2 and 5-0. He took fifth in his weight class.

Mitchell Kallies (285) was fifth with a 2-2 record as well, winning in the first and final rounds over Lux-Casco's Joseph Chervenka, 3-0 and 11-5.

Nick Trepanier (182) went 2-3 and finished sixth. Luke Trepanier was 1-3 to take sixth at 138.

Parker Peterson (126) was seventh with a 3-1 record. After a tech fall loss in round one, he came back to beat Freedom's Grayson Ratajczak by major decision and pin Pulaski's Conner Nooyen in 3:37 and Seymour's Nicholas Peters in 52 seconds. Garrett Ganter (106) was eighth with a 2-3 record.

Landon Magnin (113), Quinton McDonald (152), Brayden Kozlowski (160), and Luke Gilbertson (220) were each 0-2 and did not place. Jaden Ganter (132) was 1-2 and did not place.

For Peshtigo, Connor Thomas went 4-1 at 220 and took third place. He pinned Seymour's Ian Jones in 2:36 and West De Pere's Connor Hoerth in 4:18 before a 6-4 decision loss to Pulaski's Mason Wells in the semifinal. He came back to beat Kaukauna's Jordan Loose in a 5-0 decision and pin Port Washington's Jacob Peacy in 3:40.

Ethan Brissette (132) went 3-2 in live matches, with decision wins over Freedom's Vince Cook, 7-0, Coleman's Gruber, 5-1, and West De Pere's Ryker Cooks, 10-7.

Ethan Suennen went 2-3 with wins by decision and major decision to finish sixth at 106. One of those wins came over Coleman's Markiewicz.

Brenden Conn (120) and Caleb Klimek (152) were each 1-2 and did not place. Levi Nemec (138), Reese Yunke (126), and Jessie Haynes (145) each went 0-2.



Area Girls Make History in First Ever

WIAA Individual Girls State Championship


Five Marinette wrestlers, two Florence/Niagara wrestlers, and one wrestler each from Oconto and Peshtigo made history over the weekend, as they competed in the inaugural WIAA Girls Individual State Wrestling tournament in La Crosse. Two of them, Marinette's Koressa Allgeyer and Florence/Niagara's Caitlyn Kelley, won state titles.

According to the USA Wrestling Girls High School Development Committee, girls wrestling has seen a big jump in the last 15 years. In 2005, the committee reported that 4,975 girls participated in wrestling nationwide. By the 2019-20 season, that number had increased to 28,447.

This was the WIAA's first-ever girls state wrestling championship. A total of 261 wrestlers competed, representing 115 different schools, according to the WIAA. In total, girls from 12 weight classes came away with state titles.

For Marinette, Grace Holguin, Koressa Allgeyer, Shayla Diaz, Kaylee McFadden, and Katelyn Lewis all wrestled.

Allgeyer made some additional history by becoming the first 107-pound weight class winner in WIAA history. She pinned her first three opponents, Merrill's Allison Hunter (40 seconds), Sparta's Savannah Clark (1:24), and South Milwaukee's Laura Farias (2:57). In the semifinal, she defeated Amherst's Lia Peterson in a 7-2 decision, and she won by 16-6 major decision over Florence/Niagara's Sophia Wagner in the state championship.

Wagner had advanced to the championship with four pins, beating Westosha Central's Natalia Bishop, Milwaukee Hamilton's Aliana Mares, GET/Melrose-Mindoro's Isabelle Eichelt, and Milwaukee Ronald Reagan's Aliana Rauter in respective times of 1:39, 1:02, 3:50, and 54 seconds.

Wagner's Florence/Niagara teammate Caitlyn Kelley advanced to the 120-pound championship with pins of Pius XI Catholic's Sophia de Moya in 39 seconds, Hudson's Natalie Klavetter in 3:41, and a 6-4 decision over Jefferson's Tatiana Rios in the semifinal. In the championship, she came away with a 10-0 major decision over Bonduel's Hailey Berg.

Marinette's Holguin finished with a pair of wins in the 100-pound weight class but did not place. Holguin was defeated by De Soto's Hailey Yaktin in a 10-3 decision in the opening round. She then pinned Whitnall/Greendale's Makenzie Hagen in 1:04 and beat Mukwanogo's Alaina Stevens in a 10-0 major decision before a pin loss to Mukwonago's Cailyn Whittier in 2:46.

Also competing in the 100-pound weight class, Peshtigo's Evelyn Hurley was pinned in her opening matchup against Parkview/Albany's Alexiana Garcia-Martin, and she was pinned by Nora Lee of Holmen in the consolation bracket to end her day.

Kaylee McFadden took third at 145. She pinned Wausau West's Chloe Weisenberg in 25 seconds and South Milwaukee's Katelyn Beiley. She lost narrowly to Cuba City's Chloe LaRue, who came into the match 16-1 on the year, in a 2-1 decision. She won the third-place match over Eau Claire North's Katlyn Grant in 2:59.

Katelyn Lewis was also third. She competed in the 165-pound weight class, pinning Samantha Meyer of Chilton in 2:24 and Wisconsin Dells' Elicia Leonard in 5:16 before a loss to Superior's Sophia Bassino in a 2:46 semifinal pin. Lewis bounced back to pin Fennimore's Rachel Schauer in 1:16.

Shayla Diaz competed at 132 and won two matches as well. She opened with a win over Wausau West's Sabina Ramos, 6-0, before a loss to Cambridge's Aevri Ciha in a 1:40 pin. She pinned Holmen's Madeline Eggerichs in 2:39 as well, but her weekend ended with a pin loss to Tahonest Donnell of Milwaukee Reagan.

Competing at 138, Oconto's Kyleigh Beekman was pinned by Holmen's Maddie Hall in the first round and Milrose's Jasmine Lucio in the first consolation round.



Crivitz/Marinette Tie for

10th at Dirk Sorenson Classic


Crivitz, Marinette, Lena, Suring/Gillett, and Oconto competed at the 20-team Dirk Sorenson Door County Classic in Sturgeon Bay last weekend.

The top three teams at the event were Bay Port, Valders, and Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Crivitz and Marinette tied for 10th place.

Crivitz got an individual win in the 182-pound weight class from TJ Mueller, who pinned all three of his opponents in the first round. He beat Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Zak Wrobel in 70 seconds, Freedom's Trent Feucht in 36 seconds, and Valders' Tim Yeager in 92 seconds. After another impressive day, Mueller is 23-4 on the season.

Dominic Thoreson (152) won his first live match but lost his next two against Marinette's Jonny Bieber and Suring/Gillett's Trent Van Den Elzen to take fourth. Kyle Guy (195) followed a similar path to a 1-2 record and fourth-place finish.

Evan Kaufman (106) was sixth place with a 1-2 record in live matches and Sean Krueger (160) went 1-2 but did not place.

Marinette was short on numbers, as it had just five wrestlers compete. Jonny Bieber was the Marines' top finisher.

Bieber won his first three matches, pinning Oshkosh North's Ben Boelter in 2:30, defeating Wrightstown's Isaiah Pennenberg by 5-1 decision, and pinning Dominic Thoreson of Crivitz in 1:53 before falling by 8-1 decision to Bay Port's Carter Kallies in the first-place match.

Dakota Cuff was third at 220. He went 2-1 in live matches, with a 9-6 decision loss to Oshkosh North's Jeremiah Chmielewski sandwiched between a pin of Wrightstown's Daniel Van Eperen in 42 seconds and a decision win, 12-7, over Wittenberg-Birnamwood's Dominic Weso.

Logan Paris (195) was 2-2 in live matches to take fifth, Jaxon Smith (182) went 3-2 in live matches with three pin victories to take sixth, and Caleb Dahlen (160) was 0-2 and did not place.

Lena was 14th as a team, with Dylan Comins taking second at 106. He won his first two matches in quick pins, beating Menominee Indian's Nakadin Boyd in 27 seconds and Bay Port's Landen Heim in 97 seconds, but he lost 9-4 to Valders' Maddux Wendling in the first-place match. Wendling is 33-5 on the year, while Comins is 40-6.

Sam Marquardt (138) was fourth with a 1-2 record. After a pin victory to start, he lost by sudden victory in the semifinal and finished with a pin loss in the third-place match.

Lena's Franky Umentum (182) was 2-2 with two pin victories but did not place.

Suring/Gillett took 17th, led by a third-place finish from Trent Van Den Elzen, who went 2-1 on the day. He started with a pin of Two Rivers' Connor Reed in 3:43, but lost his next match in a 4-2 decision against Bay Port's Carter Kallies. He finished off the day with a 9-4 win over Dominic Thoreson of Crivitz.

Keegan Rattin (145) started off with a loss but won his final two live matches by pin over Oshkosh West and Denmark opponents to take fifth.

Riley Denowski (113) and Carter Whisman (160) did not place after 0-2 records in live action.

Oconto was 18th in the team standings. Two Blue Devils placed, with Tyler Beekman (120) and Jaymison Markham (126) in sixth and fourth, respectively.

Markham went 1-2, winning his first match by 9-7 decision over Denmark's Bradley Nellis before pin losses in his next two matches.

Beekman lost his first and third matches, but picked up a major decision in between, also going 1-2.

Charlie Jordan (113), Ethan Wusterbarth (132), Miguel Vargas (138), and Conner Christensen (285) did not win any live matches and did not place. Seth Miller (220) went 1-2 and Dominic Caylor (160) won two of his four matches, but neither placed.



Crivitz Takes Dual

Win Over Gillett/Suring

and Florence


Crivitz and Gillett/Suring competed at the Florence Duals on Thursday.

Crivitz beat both opponents on the day, taking down Gillett/Suring 27-9 and Florence/Niagara 24-18.

Against Gillett/Suring, there were three live matches, with two won by the Wolverines. Evan Kaufman (113) pinned Riley Denowski in 61 seconds and Dominic Thoreson (160) beat Trent Van Den Elzen by 7-0 decision. Karson Bins (182), TJ Mueller (195) and Kyle Guy (220) won by forfeit.

For Gillett/Suring, Keegan Rattin (145) won by forfeit and Carter Whisman (170) defeated Sean Krueger by 7-2 decision.

Against Florence/Niagara, Krueger (170) was the Wolverines' lone winner in a live match, as he pinned Jacob Smith. Bins (182), Mueller (195), and Guy (220) won by forfeit.

For Florence/Niagara, Sophia Wagner (106) pinned Kaufman, Caitlyn Kelley (120) won by forfeit, and Breyson Kelley (160) pinned Thoresen.

Florence/Niagara beat Gillett/Suring 14-12. Florence/Niagara won two of the three live matches, with Breyson Kelley (160) beat Van Den Elzen by 5-3 decision and Wagner (113) defeating Denowski by 15-0 tech fall, along with a forfeit victory by Caitlyn Kelley (120).

Whisman (170) pinned Smith in 2:16 for G/S and Rattin (145) won by forfeit.



Kingsford Comes

Away With Dual Win

Against Menominee

and Crivitz


Menominee and Crivitz were both beaten by Kingsford at the Menominee Tri Dual on Monday.

Crivitz was beaten 40-12 and Menominee fell 54-0.

In live action, the Kingsford grapplers got wins from Reed Degroot (130), who pinned Cassio Olson in 43 seconds, Josh Peterson (171), who pinned Braxton Silkworth in 2:24, and Elizin Rouse (215), who pinned Cameran Gauthier in 29 seconds. Kingsford also won by forfeit at 103, 140, 145, 152, 160, and 285.

Crivitz got a win from Evan Kaufman at 103, as he pinned Wyatt Westerman in 1:57. Kyle Guy (285) also won by forfeit.

Kingsford got forfeit wins at 130, 140, and 145. Izayah Reed (160) pinned Sean Krueger in 3:24, Peterson (171) pinned Karson Bins in 4:42, and Rouse (215) pinned TJ Mueller in 1:33.



Gladstone Defeats

Menominee 72-6 in

Dual Showdown


Menominee was beaten 72-6 by a much deeper Gladstone wrestling team on Thursday.

Gladstone won eight matches by forfeit for a total of 48 points. In live action, Gladstone's Adam Belanger (130) pinned Cassie Olson in 33 seconds, Max Wilson (152) pinned Kadyn Smejkol in 5:45, Andrew Sargent (160) pinned Ethan Primley-Nerat in 5:03, and Cole Potier (171) pinned Landan Bardowski in 15 seconds.

Menominee got its six points from Braxton Silkworth's forfeit win in the 189-pound weight class.



Oconto Defeats

Peshtigo in Dual 39-36

The Peshtigo Bulldogs won five of the eight live matches in wrestling action against Oconto on Thursday, but the Blue Devils came away with a 39-36 win on the team scoreboard with the benefit of four forfeits.

Peshtigo had one forfeit, a win by Evelyn Hurley at 106. In live action, all five of Peshtigo's wins came via the pin.

Brenden Conn (120) pinned Tyler Beekman in 1:33, Reese Yunke (126) pinned Jaymison Markham in 2:35, Ethan Brissette (132) pinned Ethan Wusterbarth in 2:45, Levi Nemec (138) pinned Kyleigh Beekman in 56 seconds, and Connor Thomas (220) pinned Seth Miller in 2:20.

For Oconto, Charlie Jordan (113) pinned Ethan Suennen in 1:57, Miguel Vargas beat Jessie Haines by 10-4 decision, and Devon Bostwick (152) pinned Caleb Klimek in 1:35.

The Blue Devils' got 24 points after forfeit wins from Dominic Caylor (160), Kyle Bowman (170), Lexxus Ponce (195), and Conner Christensen (285).



Panthers Take Dual win

Over Menominee Indian

Oconto Falls defeated Menominee Indian 65-12 on Thursday.

The Panthers' Luke Trepanier (145) beat Gregory Turney by 19-3 tech fall, Quinton McDonald (152) pinned Nathan Miller in 1:21, Nick Trepanier (182) pinned Jaycee Braddock-Madosh in 1:28, Clayton Whiting (195) pinned Landen Helsinger in 15 seconds, Mitchell Kallies (182) beat Asenex Turney by 3-1 decision, and Garrett Ganter (106) beat Nakadin Boyd 11-7.

Landon Magnin (113), Cole Bozile (120), Parker Peterson (126), Jaden Ganter (132), Jeremy Earley (138), Luke Trepanier (145), and Luke Gilbertson (220) all won by forfeit.

Menominee Indian's 12 points all came via forfeit, with Alec Dervin and Tate Zhuckkahosee uncontested at 160 and 170, respectively.


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