Everest cruises past Wisconsin Rapids

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Everest cruises past Wisconsin Rapids

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WESTON – Five different players scored goals and keepers Steph Meuret and Kayla Rogan weren’t required to make a save as the D.C. Everest girls soccer team blanked Wisconsin Rapids 5-0 in a Wisconsin Valley Conference matchup Thursday night.

DCE’s Maddie Mittelsteadt and Kayla Huber each had a goal and an assist in the opening half to help the Evergreens grab a 2-0 lead. Bri Widmer also added a goal and an assist over the final 40 minutes.

“We’ve had good scoring balance all season long and it continued tonight,” Evergreens coach Lucas Kollross said. “I was pleased with our focus, especially coming off our game Tuesday with SPASH.”

Wisconsin Rapids 0 0-0
D.C. Everest 2 3-5

First half: 1. DCE, Maddie Mittelsteadt (Kayla Huber), 15:51; 2. DCE, Huber (Mittelsteadt), 38:11.

Second half: 3. Bri Widmer, 57:18; 4. DCE, Hannah Mourey, 66:59; 5. DCE, Emilee Mytinger (Widmer), 75:56.

Saves: Wisconsin Rapids (Sophie Hardina) , D.C. Everest (Step Meuret 0, Kayla Rogan 0) 0.

Records: DCE 10-5-1, 8-1 WVC; Wisconsin Rapids .

Pittsville 15, Newman Catholic 4

WAUSAU – Nathan Dupee went 3 for 5 with five RBIs to lead the Panthers to a Marawood Conference South Division win over the Cardinals.

Dupee had two extra base hits, a triple and a home run.

Sawyer Ladick and Jake Wipfli had two hits each for the Panthers.

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Newman Catholic 103 000 x 4 5 6

WP: Jacob Schultz. LP: Nick Janke. 2B: P, Sawyer Ladick; NC, Charlie Bollmann. 3B: P, Nathan Dupee. HR, P, Dupee.

Marathon 19, Mosinee 3 (5)

MARATHON Jake Dinkel’s grand slam highlighted a 13-run second inning and Collin Seubert chipped in with three doubles for the Raiders, who clobbered Mosinee.

Collin Seubert finished 3 for 4 with three RBIs and Landen Williamson added a double and three RBIs.

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Marathon 1133 2x 19

WP – Ryan Gassner 2BB, 9K. LP – Nick Clark. HR – Marathon, Jake Dinkel, Collin Seubert. -2B- M, Landen Williamson, Brooks Repking .

1, Kailyn Hogenmiller (Carly Ridderbusch), 26:23. 2, Ridderbusch (Lauren Lenz), 48:56. 3. Allison Hartwig (Lenz), 76:00.

Record: NC 3-5

Wausau West 3,
Merrill 0

MERRILL – Jessie Wiskowski scored a hat trick as the Warriors blanked the Bluejays. Wausau West’s stifling defense did not allow a shot on net all night and Merrill’s Taylor Hudzinski made seven saves for the Bluejays. It was goalkeeper Haley Foch’s fifth shutout in conference play for the Warriors.

1st Half: 16:49 Jessie Wiskowski (Claire Poirier); 37:36: Jessie Wiskowski (Kelly Knetter)

2nd half: 65:40 Jessie Wiskowski (Christina Johnson).

Goalkeeping: Haley Fochs 5th shutout in conference. 0 saves.; Merrill, Taylor Hudzinski 7 saves.

Mosinee 7, Thorp 0

Mosinee softball defeated Thorp 7-0 in a non-conference matchup. Rochelle Koshalek went the distance for Mosinee striking out eight in seven scoreless innings. Jordyn Hintz contributed a home run and three RBIs for Mosinee.

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Mosinee 040 030 0 7 8 0

Wausau 10,
De Pere 8

The Wausau Wolfpack Lacrosse team outscored De Pere on a busy night, with goals from Eric Pulkenin, Marshall Oja, Sheldon Oja, Christian Roth, Garritt Moede, Henry Knuckles and Lucas Bausch. Pulkenin, Moede and Sheldon Oja each found the net twice. Keegan Coyle made 12 saves for the Wolfpack.

Scoring: 1st Qtr: Eric Pulkinen (Marshall Oja); Marshall Oja; Sheldon Oja (Garritt Moede); 2nd Qtr: Christian Roth (Eric Pulkinen); Erick Pulkenin; 3rd Qtr: Garrit Moede (Marshall Oja); Sheldon Oja (Christian Roth); Henry Knuckles; Lucas Bausch (Marshall Oja); 4th Qtr: Garrit Moede (Marshall Oja). Goalkeeping: Keegan Coyle 12 saves. Record overall 5-3; Conference win.

Boys team scores: 1. Lakeland 121; 2. Medford 117; 3. Northland Pines 107.5; 4. Mosinee 93.5; 5. Antigo 91.5; 6. Rhinelander 76.5; 7. Tomahawk 69.

Pole vault (Champions and area top 3): 1. Vince Berry (RHI), 14-0; 2. Jorgen Hamann (MED). High jump: 1. Bryon Andrews (LL), 6-4. Long jump: 1. Nick Staege (NP), 19-10; 3. Neko McMahon (TOM), 19-4.75. Triple jump: 1. Thomas Bruckner (LL), 40-6; 3. Jordan Budnik (MOS), 39-5. Discus: 1. Joey Leonard (MED), 125-9; 3. Cody Judnic (MED), 121-7. Shot put: 1. Austin McCarthy (MOS), 46-0; 2. Bryan Kaiser (MOS), 45-10. 3,200 relay: Medford (Kaylin Felix, Cole Quednow, Tyler Schumacher, Brett Ulrich), 8:22.82. 110 hurdles: 1. Gadi Samson (MED), 15.42. 100: 1. Ryan Nehls (RHI), 11.29. 1,600: 1. Bryan Tomek (TOM), 4:34.86; 2. Schumacher (MED), 4:40.20. 200 relay: 1. Mosinee (Wyatt Pufall, Britian Samuels, Zach Pyan, Nathan Dulak), 1:33.02; 2. Tomahawk, 1:34.67. 400: 1. Johnny Schwenn (NP), 50.79. 400 relay: 1. Rhinelander, 44.77; 2. Mosinee, 44.83; 3. Tomahawk, 45.29. 300 hurdles: 1. Samson (MED), 40.43; 3. Cole Quednow (MED), 43.86. 800: 1. Tomek (TOM), 2:03.82; 2. Felix (MED), 2:04.92; 3. Brett Ulrich (MED), 2:08.12. 200: 1. Nathan Dulak (MOS), 22.08. 3,200: 1. Devin Sauvola (NP), 10:06.58. 1,600 relay: 1. Antigo (Tyler Lewis, Jared Rolo, Justin Hickmann, Caleb Hohensee), 3:30.59. 2. Tomahawk, 3:31.45.

Girls team scores: 1. Lakeland 145.5; 2. Tomhawk 128; 3. Mosinee 94; 4. Northland Pines 88.5; 5. Medford 82; 6. Antigo 75; 7. Rhinelander 64.

Pole vault (Champions and area top 3): 1. Grace Michelson (TOM), 9-6. High jump: 1. Alyssa Wissbroecker (RHI), 5-0; 2. Anna Nyberg (TOM), 5-0. Long jump: 1. Abby Scharbarth (LL), 17-9; 2. Brittany Dulak (MOS), 16-3.25; 3. Hanna Meyer (TOM), 15-8.50. Triple jump: 1. Meyer (TOM), 32-10; 3. Jen Stolp (MED), 32-0.50. Disus: Sam Schade (TOM), 105-9. Shot put: 1. Jenna Wroblewski (LL), 38-1. 3. Schade (TOM), 32-9.50. 3,200 relay: 1. Tomahawk (Dani Whiting, Audrey Dichsen, Talyn Jones, Alex Zedler), 11;02.18; 3. Medford, 11:34.31. 100 hurdles: 1. Dulak (MOS), 15.31. 200: 1. Samantha Goll (NP), 12.91; 2. Breanna Renn (TOM), 13.07; 3. Maddie Higgins (MED), 13.12. 800 relay: 1. Antigo (Sarah Duff, Emily Marciniak, Maddy Nelson, Chelsie Marshall), 1:51.10; 2. Medford, 1:52.59; 3. Tomahawk, 1:52.61. 400: 1. Sarah Vils (MOS), 1:01.36. 400 relay: 1. Medford (Maddie Higgins, Stolp, Brook Wibben, Lakyn Kummer), 52.85; 2. Tomahawk, 52.96; 3. Mosinee, 53.12. 800: 1. Delaney FitzPatrick (LL), 2:31.45.200: 1. Vils (MOS), 26.11. 3,200: 1. FitzPatrick (LL), 12:36.84. 1,600 relay: 1. Mosinee (Kennedy Vanderwaal, Dulak, Ty Filipiak, Vils), 4:22.23; 3. Medford, 4:30.71.

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