Late Prep Roundup: North wrestler Rothwell moves closer to milestone

Late Prep Roundup: North wrestler Rothwell moves closer to milestone


Late Prep Roundup: North wrestler Rothwell moves closer to milestone


Rack up another for Aaron Rothwell.

Sheboygan North’s senior wrestler earned a tech fall over De Pere’s Aaron Norwood in the 195-pound weight class Thursday, earning his 25th win of the year and his 131st career victory.

But Rothwell’s impressive victory couldn’t save the Golden Raiders, who dropped a 63-11 decision against Fox River Classic Conference opponent De Pere on Thursday.

The victory puts Rothwell five wins away — an achievable feat — from surpassing Jack Jensen as the school’s second all-time winningest wrestler.

Jovon Dixon pinned his Redbirds’ Cordell Schrank in 45 seconds in the 132-pound class to hand North another victory in Thursday’s Fox River Classic Conference dual, but it wasn’t enough to save the Golden Raiders’ meet.

Sheb. Falls 40, Campbellsport 27

Alex Fitzgerald (138 pounds), Brandon Broetzmann (152) and Jake Becker (182) earned pins for the Falcons to help earn the Eastern Wisconsin Conference victory.

Charles Menke (145), Mitchell Lambrecht (160) and Drew Setzer (220) also beat their opponents to help Falls. Ryan McGinnes and Brady Koller won by forfeit for the Falcons.

Sheboygan Falls 40, Campbellsport 27

106 — Double forfeit; 113 — Ryan McGinnes, SF, won by forfeit; 120 — Levi Feucht, C, pinned Austin Martinez, 1:16; 126 — Nick Stahl, C, pinned Kyle Dawson, 1:45; 132 — Ryan Costello, C, pinned Sean Mattek, 1:28; 138 — Alex Fitzgerald, SF, pinned Jacob Hawley, 3:09; 145 — Charles Menke, SF, def. Kyle Tyson, 12-9; 152 — Brandon Broetzmann, SF, pinned Cody Kollmansberger, 3:29; 160 — Mitchell Lambrecht, SF, maj. dec. over Tyler Kohlmann, 15-4; 170 — Zach Gassner, C, def. Eric Klemme, 5-0; 182 — Jake Becker, SF, pinned Ryan Gellings, 4:58; 195 — Brady Koller, SF, won by forfeit; 220 — Drew Setzer, SF, def. Taylor Flasch, 7-0; 285 — Justin Lauber, C, pinned Caleb TenPas, 0:22.

*-match started at 106

Boys swimming
C/V/B 127, Kiel 52

Chilton/Valders/Brillion’s James Wise set a pool record in diving with a score of 282.80, breaking an 18-year-old record.

Kiel’s Noah Draxler was the Raiders’ lone event winner on the night, taking first in the 100 backstroke in 1:03.64.

Event winners

200 medley relay — CVB (Zack Siikarla, Jared Kasten, Riley Friedrichs, Michael Evans), 1:51.75; 200 free — Keaton Harel, CVB, 2:01.91; 200 IM — Ryan Chausee, CVB, 2:30.07; 50 free — Evans, CVB, 22.92; Diving — James Wise, CVB, 282.80; 100 fly — Kasten, CVB, 1:05.00; 100 free — Evans, CVB, 52.63; 500 free — Friedrichs, CVB, 5:22.73; 200 free relay — CVB (Jared Taylor, Jordan Apple, Ben Fischer, Harel), 1:41.62; 100 back — Noah Draxler, K, 1:03.64; 100 breast — Kasten, CVB, 1:10.52; 400 free relay — CVB (Apple, Siikarla, Evans, Friedrichs), 3:41.22.


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