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16 Area Grapplers Move On To Madison

Issue Date: February 23, 2022

Sectional Champion Cougars Send 8 to State

in D3, Lena & Niagara/Florence With One Each


Eight Coleman wrestlers advanced to individual state competition from their Division 3 sectional in Shawano on Saturday.

Coleman won the sectional with 163 points followed by Stratford with 145. Lena was 12th, Crivitz 15th, Florence/Niagara 16th, and Oconto and Gillett/Suring tied for 18th.

The Cougars had two individual champions in Karson Casper and Brody Zahn, two second-place wrestlers in Micah Kuchta and Will Bieber, and four third-place finishers in Ray LeMieux, Brady Gross, Cole Klimek, and Peter Kuchta.

It isn't a team record, as the Cougars have put 11 wrestlers through before, but Coleman coach Kevin Casper admits the Cougars have been "pretty spoiled," adding, "most schools, if they can get a couple, they're happy."

It's the second-most of any team in Division 3, with fellow state powerhouse Fennimore sending nine this year, Casper said. Three Coleman wrestlers also took fourth, one spot from qualification.

"To get eight wrestlers to state is obviously pretty awesome," Casper said. "We had a couple near misses where we could have potentially had more, so you always feel bad for those kids of course, but sectionals is always a tough row to hoe, and we're very pleased with how we performed that day."

Karson Casper and Zahn were relatively untested on Saturday. Casper pinned Edgar's Jesse Jisko in 55 seconds and Wittenberg-Birnamwood's Nico Pelusi in 22 seconds before a 5-2 decision win over Crandon's Cole Shepherd in the championship. Casper was up 5-0 until there was less than five seconds on the clock when Shepherd got a reversal, but Casper was in pretty good control the whole match.

"He's been wrestling very well. He's capable of hopefully getting back to the state finals again and hopefully trying to redeem himself from last year," coach Casper said of his son, who won a state title in 2020 and finished second last year. "If he gets to the state finals, he'll more than likely wrestle the kid that beat him in the finals last year, but Karson's wrestling really well, and he's had a lot of good competition throughout the year, so hopefully it all pays off in the end."

That wrestler is Cael Erickson, who is 48-0 on the season for Cedar Grove-Belgium. Casper is also setting up for a potential rematch with Shepherd in the second round, as well as a semifinal matchup with 37-6 Robert "Tate' Flege of Aquinas, who is ranked No. 3 in the state, just one spot behind Casper.

Zahn pinned Weyauwega-Fremont's Cody Steinbach in 1:38 and Shiocton's Dylan Larsen in 1:44, with a 10-3 decision win over Edgar's Waylon Wirkus sandwiched between them.

The top seed at 285 is Westby's Dylan Nottestad, who is 47-1 this year. He's on the other side of the bracket from Zahn, meaning any matchup likely wouldn't come until the championship, although anything can happen, especially in heavyweight bouts.

"He's just been coming on. He's been getting better, and better, and better throughout the entire year. He's strong, quick for a big guy, got good feet. He's wrestling very well," coach Casper said of Zahn. "As we all know when it comes to heavyweights, one bad move can cost you the match, and that's anybody, but especially at heavyweight, one little move can cost you."

Siblings Micah and Peter Kuchta are both headed to state. Micah, a freshman, took second at 138, beating W-B's Max Kersten by 8-0 major decision, Shiocton's Isaiah Carton in a pin, and Crandon's Carsyn Mayer by 13-2 major decision, with his only loss coming to Stratford's Gavin Drexler in the first-place match by a 39-second pin.

"Micah had a great day. He's been really wrestling well the last month and keeps getting better every time out. That was excellent for him," coach Casper said.

Peter had a busy day. He beat Tri-County's Jovanni Mata in the opener, but was beaten 14-5 by Stratford's Jackson Ormond in the semifinal. After two pin victories of less than a minute over W-B's Nathan Waupekenay and Bonduel's Donovan Vigue, he took a medical forfeit in the second-place match, knowing his place at state was secured. Peter has wrestled just 17 matches this season, far less than most of his teammates, after spending much of the season doing rehab to work through injury. At one point, he was only expected to help out in team competitions, but he was feeling good once he started working into live action, so he's kept it rolling.

He was one of a number of wrestlers that had to battle through the consolation bracket, including second-place finisher Will Bieber.

After a quarterfinal win, Bieber was pinned by Stratford's Elijah Lucio in the semifinal, but he bounced right back with major decision wins over W-B's Owen Schultz, Shiocton's Brad Demerath, and Florence/Niagara's Breyson Kelley. It's Bieber's second trip to individual state after he did it as a freshman two years ago.

Connor Markiewicz (106) was fourth after a 1-2 day, including a 13-4 major decision loss to Auburndale's Derek Godard in the third-place match, and Chance Gruber took fourth with a 2-2 record. After a pin victory to start his day, he lost by decision in the semifinal and won in the consolation semis by decision before losing to Auburndale's Noah Altman by 3-0 decision in the third-place match.

The wrestler that coach Casper said he was perhaps most disappointed for was John Nowak, wrestling at 120. Nowak beat W-B's Easton Davis in the quarterfinals, but lost 10-5 in the semifinal against Shiocton's Jordan Jahnke. In the consolation semi, he beat Pittsville's Dryden Luther, earning him a matchup with Crandon's Elias Glinski in the third-place match.

Nowak lost by 9-8 tiebreaker, with a two-point reversal for Glinski in the tiebreaker rounds that Casper thought was "loss of control at the very most."

"That was a bummer for him," Casper said. "I felt bad for him because you don't know if you're ever going to get that other opportunity. He's a junior. That one really got away from him."

A significant number of Cougars lost semifinal matches but came back to advance to state.

Ray LeMieux (113) lost in the semifinal as well but took third to punch his third ticket to individual state. In the quarterfinal, he pinned Shiocton's Stevie Baker in 21 seconds. After the loss, he pinned Wittenberg's Treyton Bierman in 22 seconds and Weyauwega's Muluken Rucks in 75 seconds. He lost in the second-place match to Marathon's Dylan Dodson.

Brady Gross lost in the semifinal but worked his way back to take third, pinning Shiocton's Matthew Wilke in 22 seconds and Crandon's Ty Dennee in 62. He lost by no contest in the second-place match.

Cole Klimek was third at 170. After a loss in the semifinal, he followed a similar path, pinning Wittenberg's Cain Schiller in 84 seconds and topping Manawa's Bryce Bartel by 5-1 decision. The second-place match was a no contest to Dion Helser of Shiocton, who beat Klimek in the semis. It will be Klimek's second state qualification.

"All those kids got beat in the semifinals, so you've got to wrestle a lot of matches to get back into it, and they all did a terrific job of having the right mindset to get yourself in a position to punch your ticket to Madison," coach Casper said. "Hats off to them, because that's not always an easy task after you get beat in the semifinals. It's who's mentally stronger a lot of times is who advances."

Dameon Burke did not place at 220. He was beaten in his first two matches.

Florence/Niagara and Lena will also send one wrestler each to state.

Lena's Dylan Comins advanced to state with a second-place finish at 106. He pinned Auburndale's Derek Godard in 43 seconds in the semifinal before a loss to Stratford's Trenton Cournoyer by 8-4 decision in the first-place match. The second-place match was a no contest.

Comins, Lena's all-time season leader in wins, is seeded fifth at state, his second consecutive year making it. Last year he did not place. He also beat Cournoyer earlier in the season, so he'll have confidence that he can hang with anyone in Madison.

"He was disappointed in that loss in the finals, but we are happy with his seed," said Lena Coach Chad Misco. "Dylan has had a great year surpassing Chad Heise as our schools all time season leader in wins."

Sam Marquardt (138) lost his first match by 7-6 decision and did not place. Josh Kristof (170) and Franky Umentum (195) were both pinned in their openers.

Breyson Kelley (152) will represent Florence/Niagara at state after placing third. He lost his final two matches to Stratford's Elijah Lucio and Coleman's Bieber, but before that, he showed some mettle by beating Shiocton's Brad Demerath and Suring/Gillett's Trent Van Den Elzen in decisions of 5-1 and 5-3, respectively.

For Crivitz, Kyle Guy took fourth with a 2-2 record. He pinned Lena's Umentum in 2:18 but lost in the semifinal to Auburndale's Brice Thiel by 4-0 decision, he earned a shot at state in the third-place match with a pin of Weyauwega's Cashten Hoffman, but Shiocton's Hunter Schuh pinned him in 3:16.

TJ Mueller did not place at 182. He started off with a 13-6 decision over Colten Schuh, but he was pinned by Auburndale's Sloan Welch and Bonduels' Donovan Vigue to end his day 1-2.

Oconto's three wrestlers did not place. Tyler Beekman (120) lost his lone match by pin to Crandon's Elias Glinski and Dominic Caylor was pinned by Wabeno/Laona/Three Lakes' Piersson Czaplinski and Shiocton's Dylan Herb in his only two matches.

Conner Christensen started with a victory by pin over Stratford's Patrick Greenberg, but he lost his next two matches by tech fall and pin to Shiocton's Dylan Larsen and Crandon's Connor Lawrence.

Three Suring/Gillett wrestlers did not place.

Riley Denowski (113) lost his first two matches by first-period pins to Marathon's Dylan Dodson and Weyauwega's Muluken Rucks, while Keegan Rattin (145) was pinned by Manawa's Gavin Linjer in his only match.

Trent Van Den Elzen (152) pinned Marathon's Nick Van Rixel in 55 seconds in the quarterfinal, but he was beaten by decision twice to finish his day, once by Florence/Niagara's Kelley, 5-3, and again by Shiocton's Brad Demerath, 10-4.



Peshtigo, Marinette and O. Falls

All Advance Wrestlers to D2 State


Marinette, Peshtigo, and Oconto Falls will all be represented at this weekend's Division 2 state wrestling tournament in Madison following Saturday's sectional in Oconto Falls.

Peshtigo will be sending its first state representative to Madison since Cam Lepkowski in 2017, as 220-pounder Connor Thomas took third in his weight class to qualify.

He started with a 5-2 win over Denmark's Eagan Babiash, but he lost his second match, a pin defeat at the hands of New London's De Evian Ross. He bounced back to pin Amherst's Jake Hoffman and beat Adams-Friendship's Anthony Kujawa by 7-3 decision. He ended the day with a 5-4 decision loss to Tomahawk's Marcus Matti, who is 43-3 on the year, but the loss didn't impact his state qualification.

"Connor wrestled pretty well. We were able to close the gap a little bit with the second-place finisher that beat us at regionals," Peshtigo coach Kory Weed said.

Thomas said he'll be working on shots and bottom this week in order to prepare for state. In the week leading up to sectionals, he said he was working with Peshtigo assistant coach Josh Bayer, a two-time state qualifier in his own high school career, ൠ/7," trying to get ready. More of the same is likely in order this week.

"We have a couple things we are going to work on this week to get us in the best position possible to make it to the podium this weekend," Weed said.

Peshtigo's Ethan Brissette was fourth at 132 after going 1-2 on the day. He lost by 9-4 decision to New London's Austin Schmallenberg in his opener, then pinned Southern Door's Trevor Englebert before a pin loss to Marinette's Isiah Walker in the third-place match.

Peshtigo's Ethan Suennen did not place at 106. He was pinned by Brillion's Logan Mueller (42-4 overall) in the quarterfinal in his only match.

Isaiah and Josh Walker both qualified for Marinette.

Isaiah's third-place finish came after a win over Brissette in the third-place match. He took an injury default loss in the second-place match against Schmallenberg.

Before the win over Brissette, he won two of three matches. He beat Seymour's Mason Bunnell in a 10-1 major decision and pinned Wautoma/Wild Rose's Dylan Dobraff, with a 5-2 decision loss to Luxemburg-Casco's Caleb Delebreau sandwiched in between.

Josh Walker (138) started his day with a 26-second pin of Amherst's Caleb Pinkalla and a 7-6 decision over Seymour's Ryan Tomazevic in the semifinal. That one-point win would prove to be huge, as after a pin loss to Lux-Casco's Max Ronsman, he won by no contest over Tomazevic to place second and qualify for state competition.

Marinette's Jonny Bieber (152) was beaten by Freedom's Caden Clausen in a 3-2 decision in his opening match, and Logan Paris (195) was pinned by Adams-Friendship's Preston Wampler in 1:27. Both did not place.

Three Oconto Falls wrestlers are headed to state, with Graeson Pankratz, Cole Bozile, and Clayton Whiting all heading to Madison.

Whiting, who has lost just once this season, is gunning for his fourth straight state championship.

Whiting, a Missouri commit, pinned Seymour's Lucas Leisgang in 1:42 and Freedom's Josh Lahay in 1:58 and beat Brillion's Damon Schmidt by 23-8 tech fall.

Beyond winning his fourth straight title, which has been done just 19 times in state history, Whiting said he wants to "put on a show for all Wisconsin fans and leave a memory there forever and ever."

Fans' eyes will undoubtedly be glued to the center mat at the Kohl Center on Saturday night if Whiting makes his way there with a shot at the title. The most recent four-time state title winner was Two Rivers' Matty Bianchi, who did it every year from 2018 to 2021.

Whiting is wrestling at the same weight class he won gold at last year. He started as a freshman at 152 in 2019 before moving up to 170 in 2020 and 182 last season.

Whiting will be joined by fellow senior Pankratz and Bozile, a freshman.

Pankratz was second at 120 to earn his third straight trip to state. He pinned Wautoma/Wild Rose's Graham Vissers in 51 seconds and topped Denmark's Brett Soquet in a 9-4 decision in the semifinal. He lost by 15-0 tech fall to Lux-Casco's Easton Worachek in the first-place match, and advanced by no contest as Soquet was the other second-place competitor.

Bozile was 2-1 in live matches at 126 as well. He pinned Denmark's Alec Bergelin in 5:21 and defeated Adams-Friendship's Jordan Dolata in a 6-4 decision before a narrow 5-4 loss to Lux-Casco's Blakelee Bastien in the championship. He was a no-contest winner over Dolata in the second-place match.

"Our seniors stepped up and showed leadership by both advancing to the finals and making another trip down to the state tournament," Oconto Falls coach Cody Nielsen said. "We had a lot of young guys step up and win some big matches. Cole Bozile advanced to the finals and will be making his first trip to state as just a freshman. He showed a lot of focus and determination to make his first trip to Madison."

Hunter Bozile was fourth at 113. He went 2-2, with a 10-0 major decision win over New London's Nick Duch and a 4:26 pin of Mosinee's George Ahles, but he lost by pin in the semifinal to Brillion's Bob Huntley and to Nekoosa/Assumption's Sawyer Ostrum in the third-place match.

Hunter Trepanier (145) was fourth as well. He started with a 6-4 sudden victory win over Lux-Casco's Tristan Thiry before a pin loss to Amherst's Jake Hall in the semifinal. He advanced to the third-place match with a 9-3 decision win over Seymour's Corbin Krueger, but his day ended in the third-place match with an 18-2 tech fall by Freedom's Nathan VandeHey.

Four Panthers did not place.

Parker Peterson competed at 138. After a major decision win over Wautoma/Wild Rose's Brady Abitz in his opener, he was beaten by tech fall against Ronsman and pin by Little Chute's Carter Kruckeberg.

Quinton McDonald's day ended after one match at 160, a pin loss to Mosinee's Tristan Iczkowski in the quarterfinal. Mitchell Kallies (285) was pinned by Little Chute's Matthew Janssen to end his day in the quarterfinal as well.

Nick Trepanier (195) started with a pin of Amherst's Hunter Biadasz in the quarter, but he was beaten by Brillion's Garrett Kilgas and Freedom's Patrick Moore by 12-1 major and 4-2 decision, respectively.

The Panthers return seven of nine sectional qualifiers again next season, with only Pankratz and Whiting moving on.

"I am excited for our three state qualifiers and excited for the future," Nielsen said.

Preliminary matches begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Kohl Center on Thursday, with matches lasting through Saturday.

Lux-Casco won the sectional with 164.5 points followed by Freedom with 102. Oconto Falls was fourth with 79.5 points, Marinette was 11th with 31 points and Peshtigo finished 14th with 19 points.


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PO Box 187
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4541
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