Prep roundup: Spencer basketball rolls past Greenwood to remain unbeaten

Prep roundup: Spencer basketball rolls past Greenwood to remain unbeaten

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Prep roundup: Spencer basketball rolls past Greenwood to remain unbeaten

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SPENCER – Joe Meyers scored a team-high 20 points for Spencer as the Rockets improved to 2-0.

Three other Spencer players scored in double figures, Jeremiah Cattanach with 17, Bobby Pilz with 12 and Calvin Lenz with 10. Greenwood’s Dillon Serocki scored 24 point to lead Greenwood and Booker Bredlau finished with 16.

Greenwood 14 16 7 14 51
Spencer 10 22 20 25 77

Leading scorers: Greenwood, Dillon Serocki 24, Booker Bredlau 16, Justin Cook, 4, Dane Toburen 3, Ty Rachu 2, Konner Kitzhaber 1, Nick Nielsen 1; Spencer, Joe Meyers 20, Jeremiah Cattanach 17, Bobby Pilz 12, Calvin Lenz 10, Mitchell Susa 9, Miles Weber 4, Ryan Busse 2, Brenton Engevold 2, Nate Mercier 1. Free throws: Greenwood 11-16; Spencer 13-16.

Records: Spencer 2-0 overall and Cloverbelt; Greenwood 1-1 overall and Cloverbelt.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Augusta 49, Owen-Withee 48

OWEN – Limited to one field goal in the second quarter, Owen-Withee fell behind by halftime and still fell short after a rally in the fourth.

Brothers Albert and Josiah Goerlitz combined for 25 points.

Augusta 10 19 12 8 49
O-W 15 8 12 13 48

Augusta: Brandon Kimball 19, Marshall Mayer 11.

O-W: Colton Kaduce 5, Austin Milliren 6, Bryce Niemi 2, Albert Goerlitz 9, Will Maki 2, Josiah Goerlitz 16, Lance Renderman 8.

3-pointers (Kimball 2), O (Milliren 2). Free throws: A 9-21, O 10-19.

Records: O 2-1, 1-1; A 1-2, 1-1.

Colby 62, Granton 47

COLBY – Jake Hoernke scored 16 points, and Colby built a sizable halftime lead in the season-opening win.

Granton 8 9 13 17 47
Colby 14 14 17 17 62

Granton: Bill Pongratz 6, Tyler Pelot 8, Kenny Pettit 6, Michael Meddaugh 14, Deviri Klein 7, Max Opelt 6.

Colby: Reggie Kellnhofer 5, Hunter Busse 13, Josh Rahm 9, Luis Castillo 3, Ryan Lynn 9, Jake Hoernke 16, Trevor Buchholz 3, Brad Bauer 3, Adrian Lynn 1.

3-pointers: G 4 (Pelot, Meddaugh 2, Klein); C 4 (Kellnhofer, Busse 2, Lynn). Free throws: G 5-9, C 12-20.

BOYS HOCKEY

Mosinee 9, Medford 1

MEDFORD – Matthew Sprink scored three goals — all in the second period — and three other players scored two goal each for Mosinee to open the season.

Mosinee 2 5 2 9
Medford 0 0 1 1

First period: Mo, Zach Bornheimer (Chris Tomski) 13:45; Mo, Jeremy Weinberg 16:57.

Second period: Mo, Matthew Sprink (Landon Stepan, Brody Pecha) 1:51; Mo, Sprink (Stepan, Pecha) 9:35; Mo, Tomski (Stepan, Austin McCarthy) 12:16; Mo, Sprink (Stepan, McCarthy) 14:57; Mo, Weinberg (William Sprink) 15:34.

Third period: Me, Mike Knight (Dylan Hraby, Jacob Jablonski) 12:25; Mo, Bornheimer (Aaron Daniels) 12:42; Mo, Tomski 15:54.

Saves: Mo, Nick Rogers 11; Me, Carter Jamieson 38.

Records: Mo 1-0; Me 0-1.

Onalaska 7, Marshfield 0

MARSHFIELD – Theresa Knutson scored six goals for Onalaska.

Onalaska 5 2 0 7
Marshfield 0 0 0 0

First period: O–Theresa Knutson (Taylor Monroe, Jacyn Reeves) 0:26; O–Knutson (Kianna Kalmes) 7:13; O–Knutson (Reeves) 7:53; O–Knutson (Kalmes, Kelsey Seiler) 13:06; O–Knutson (Reeves, Monroe) 15:29.

Second period: O–Knutson (Lucy Anderholm, Reeves) 2:49 (pp); O–Jamie Weilandt (Anderholm) 7:51 (pp)

Saves: O–Jeanalyn Schindler 11, Ali Christenson 2; M–Alexis Straughan 28.

Records: O 1-0; M 0-1.

Spencer 49, Edgar 46

EDGAR – Marisa Johnson scored 15 points and Brooke Kettleborough 11 to lead Spencer in its season opener.

Tianna Borchardt led Edgar with 19 points.

Spencer 11 15 11 12 49
Edgar 5 12 15 14 46

Leading scorers: Spencer, Marisa Johnson 15, Brooke Kettleborough 11, Melissa Lehman 8, Macie Weber 4, Kallie Recnker 4, Sydney Kind 3, Abby Varsho 2, Rachel Zastrow 2; Edgar, Tianna Borchardt 19, Makenzie Butt 6, Alayna Hoesly 4, Mirana Lepak 4, Dana Heidmann 4, Courtney Mueller 4, Alyson Kornack 3, Erica Schaefer 2. Free throws: Spencer 18-32; Edgar 17-31.

Records: Spencer 1-0; Edgar 0-1.

Neillsville 62, Nekoosa 22

NEILLSVILLE – Jenny Lindner, scored 17 points, and teammate Katelyn Crothers added 15 as the Warriors won the non-conference season opener.

Lexi Brost led the Papermakers with seven points.

Nekoosa 4 5 9 4 22
Neillsville 17 13 25 7 62

Leading scorers: Nek,, Lexi Brost 7, Desirae Schuh 3, Taylor Haislmaier 5, Rachel Coyer 1, Anna Schubert 4, Mallory Melvin 2. Neil, Opelt 5, Sammie Larrabee 3, Katelyn Crothers 15, Jenny Lindner 17, Sierra Bethea 3, Taylor Henchen 9, Wendy Bart 1, Faith Schmidt, Molly Attoe. 3-pointers: Nek, , 3 (Brost, Haislmaier, Schubert); Neil, 10 (Lindner 3, Henchen 3, Crothers 2, Larrabee, Opelt) FT: Neil, 5-10; Nek., 8-13.

Augusta 57, Abbotsford 51

AUGUSTA – Dani Nelson, a 5-6 junior guard, scored 11 of her game-high 30 points in the fourth quarter as Augusta downed the Falcons in the non-conference matchup.

Abby 6 15 15 15 51
Augusta 19 11 11 16 xx

Leading scorers, AB, Shelly Kneifl 17, Jaelyn Friedenfels 2, Jen Maki 15, Brooklyn Gunderson 2, Ellie Carpenter 13, Alyssa Waller 2; At, Dani Nelson 30, Kayla Erdman 3, Kate Herold 8, Courtney Shaffer 8, Amber Herrick 4, Desyre Kildworth 4.. 3-pointers: AB, 4 (Kneifl 2, Maki 2); At, 8 (Nelson 4, Herold 2, Erdman , Shaffer). FT: AB, 7-14; At, 11-23.

Columbus Catholic 48, Rib Lake 21

MARSHFIELD – The Dons rolled to the win in their season opener.

No other information was available.

Wausau East 86, Marshfield 82

WAUSAU – Marshfield’s Zach Korth won the 100 breststroke (1:12.86) and was part of the winning 200 medley relay team (1:59.18).

Joining Korth on the relay was Brian Engel, Matt Brown and Caleb Hansen.

East sophomore Aaron Russow notched his first varsity win and added two more in the process.

Russow was the winner in the 200 freestyle (2 minutes, 13.70 seconds), the 100 butterfly (1:07.78) and was part of the winning 400 relay team.

East won nine of the 11 events.

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