Coach: Paul Gehrke, seventh year
Last year: First, Eastern Wisconsin Conference
Returning letter winners: Scott Skornicka, sr.; Bobby Geiger, sr.; Ty Pelot, sr.; Tyler Kust, sr.; Cody Rebarchek, sr.; Austin Greenwood, sr.; Dakotah Hurda, jr.; Chandler Donati, jr.; Caden Bennin, jr.; Tyler Domnitz, jr.; Chris Yauch, jr.; Cody Yauch, so.; Paul Bianchi, so.;
Outlook: The Raiders bring back a trio of state place winners in Skornicka, Pelot and Bianchi. In total, Two Rivers is returning six former conference champions. Recently, the Raiders debuted in the Wisconsin Wrestling Online rankings as the fourth-ranked team in Division 2.
Coach: Paul Schweigl, third year
Last year: N/A
Returning letter winners: Christian Bradley, so.; Alex Stubbe, jr.; Wyatt VanGoethem, sr., Ben Kiel, so.; Andrew Deets, so.; Spencer Fricke, sr.; Aaron Truckey, so; Alex Thom, sr.; Matt Monk, so.
Outlook: With the two schools joining forces for a co-op, Schweigl believes that it will be much easier for all of his wrestlers to find suitable practice partners. The third-year head man expects strong showings from his wrestlers in the middle weights.
Coach: Eric Billman, first year
Last year: N/A
Returning letter winners: Matt Halverson, sr.; Aaron Field, sr.; Tanner Woepse, jr.; Ben Mannenbach, so.; Jesus Sandoval, jr.; Evan Maurer, jr.
Outlook: Billman, the first-year head coach, inherits a squad which boasts six returning letter-winners, including Halverson, a state place winner last season and Aaron Field, a state qualifier from a year ago. Halverson is currently the top-ranked wrestler in Division 2 at the 285-pound weight class.
Coach: Mike Pratt, 11th year
Last year: 3-4, 4th Olympian Conference
Returning letter winners: Dylan Winquist, so.; Wyatt Levanetz, so; Zak Elliott, so.; Mason Matthias, jr.; Weston Paplham, jr.; Weston Cracraft, jr.; Kyle Hutterer, jr.; Boone Young, jr.; Erik Battin, jr.; Jon Brendenmuehl, sr.
Outlook: The Indians will feature a strong junior class this season led by Cracraft, a two-time state qualifier. Mishicot’s lone senior, Brendenmuehl, placed fourth at State in 2012.