East boys tennis post 3-0 record at Wausau West tourney

East boys tennis post 3-0 record at Wausau West tourney


East boys tennis post 3-0 record at Wausau West tourney


Simeon Nikolov went 3-0 at No. 2 singles, and teammate Noah Stengl — splitting his time between No. 3 and No. 4 singles –also went undefeated on the day in singles play as the Wausau East defeated Hudson, Regis and Eau Claire North during the Wausau West tournament on Saturday.

The Lumberjacks defeated all three opponents by the identical scores of 6-1. The East doubles teams of Justin Strom/Gunthar Reising and Brady Becker and Jacob Klug also went undefeated.

The host Warriors posted an 0-3 record on the day, losing to Chippewa Falls (4-3), and Eau Claire North and Hudson by the identical 5-2 scores.

David Richetto posted a 2-0 record at No. 3 doubles for the Warriors as he was paired with Jacob Weiss against Eau Claire North and Kris Reich agaomst Chippewa Falls. All three wins for West against Chippewa Falls came in doubles play.

No information on how Everest fared was available as of press time.

SPASH tennis invitational

STEVENS POINT – Bradley Luetschwager (No.1) Ben Rodenkirch (No. 2) won singles titles, and the Panthers top doubles team of Noah Meier/Trenton Seegert did as well as Stevens Point Area Senior High won the team title at their home tournament.

The Panthers finished with 32 points, three ahead of Marshfield. Pacelli was fourth with 14 points, while Wisconsin Rapids was sixth with seven.

Marshfield’s No. 2 doubles teams of Jacob Limmex and Kohl VanOudenHoven won titles, as did the No. 3 tandem of Mitch Ott/Ryne Felhofer. The Tigers Bryce Gadke also won at No. 3 singles.

SPASH 32, Marshfield 29, Ashwaubenon 22, Logan 17, Pacelli 14, Rhinelander 11, Wisconsin Rapids 7, Tomah 1

La Crosse Central 10-5, SPASH 7-4

LA CROSSE – Ian Grosch delivered with a walkoff single in the bottom of the seventh to complete a doubleheader sweep of Stevens Point Area Senior High on Saturday.

The Panthers led 7-0 in game one, but Central held SPASH scoreless after the third inning and scored seven runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the opener.

“Both games were winnable,” SPASH coach Kraig Terpstra said.

“We were right there. We wasted a good pitching performance by Cal (Giese) in the first game. You can tell we haven’t been outside other than our two games we played. It definitely showed today. We seemed to hit early in the game and kind of lost our edge later in the game. We competed and are going to be a good team.”

Cal Giese went 2 for 4 and Kevin Slezak also had two hits and two RBIs in game one for the Panthers. Mitch Mallek and Jon Barnes each had two hits in the nightcap for SPASH.

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WP-Marcus Klug. LP- Nick Strigel. 2B-SP, Mitch Mallek, Aaron Nickel; LC, Ben Thornton, Clay Gale (2), Ben Faga, Marcus Klug.

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WP-Ben Thornton. LP-Aaron Nickel. 2B- SP, Cal Giese; LC, Thornton, Klug. HR-LC, Brent Kappauf.

Athens 25, Mauston 0 (5)
Athens 8, Melrose-Mind. 4

MELROSE – Kyncaide Diedrich was not retired in the Bluejays’ two victories, going 5 for 5 with five runs scored and five RBIs, including a grand slam in their victory over Mauston.

Athens scored 14 runs in the third inning and Diedrich’s grand slam punctuated the frame. Emily Czech went 4 for 4 with four runs scored, Tia Blenker went 3 for 5 with two doubles and McKenzie Brodziski added three hits and three RBIs.

“The girls were excited to have an opportunity to play,” Athens coach Craig Diedrich said.

“We just erupted in the first game. We walked off the bus hitting and a lot of adrenaline and excitement to put the hardwork we put in in the game into action.”

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Mauston 000 0 -0 1

WP-Kyncaide Diedrich. LP-Breanna Nelson. 2B-A, Alyssa Diers, Tia Blenker (2), Brianna Lavicka, Emily Czech (2). 3B-A, Casie Hieronimus. HR-A, Kyncaide Diedrich.

Athens 8, Melrose-Mindoro 4

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WP-Kasie Hieronimus. LP-Anna Jensen. 2B-M-M, Jensen, Jessie Paisley; A, Diedrich, Hieronimus.

Sun Prairie 7, Wausau 4

SUN PRAIRIE – Sheldon Oja scored a pair of goals and Marshal Oja and Garrett Moede both had a goal and an assist as the Wolfpack dropped their second straight game to open the season.

Keegan Coyle finished with eight saves for the Wolfpack, who face Stoughton on Friday.

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