CWC 50, Cambria-Friesland 33
The Crusaders moved to 3-0 on the year after defeating the Hilltoppers in a Trailways-Central Conference road game.
CWC ran out to a 16-3 first quarter lead and never looked back. Tyler De Young led the way for the Crusaders with 12 points while Cody Zonnefeld had nine.
CWC — Jason Braunschweig 5, Cody Zonnefeld 9, Logan Ganz 6, Gabe Thomson 2, Jared Regnerus 7, Lucas Vander Berg 2, Andrew Greenfield 5, Tyler De Young 12. 3-pointers: 3 (Braunschweig, Regnerus, Greenfield). FTs: 9-18. Fouls: 22.
Cambria-Friesland — Pulver 2, Koopmans 5, Schrandt 2, Bylsma 11, De Young 1, Schaalma 10, Benish 2. 3-pointers: 1. FTs: 10-22. Fouls: 18.
Oakfield 58, Valley Christian 34
Leading by seven at the half, the Oaks pulled away from there to beat the Warriors.
Tyler Burbach led the way for Oakfield with 21 points while Justin Jolz had 18. Tyler Holz chipped in 10 in the win.
|Valley Christian||9||9||8||8||— 34|
Oakfield — Taylor Schaefer 7, Justin Holz 18, Tyler Holz 10, Tyler Burbach 21, Rollin Peterson 2. 3-pointers: 1 (J. Holz). FTs: 11-21. Fouls: 12.
Waupun 42, Kiel 31
Trailing two points after the first quarter, the Warriors used a big second to pull away from Raiders.
Emily Peterson led the way for Waupun with 12 points, while Danielle Hopp had nine.
Waupun — Kelsey Thompson 2, Danielle Hopp 9, Brooke Tonn 4, Emily Peterson 12, Kayla Bonack 4, Ronna Woock 3, Taylor Dolske 4, Jasmine Dolske 4. 3-pointers: 1 (Hopp). FTs: 3-8.
Kiel — Fale 1, Binversie 4, Schweitzer 14, Dahmer 4, Reseburg 6, Henning 2. 3-pointers: 0. FTs: 9-14.
Campbellsport 45, New Holstein 40
The Cougars got 14 points from Micaela Ward, 11 from Tiffani Anderson and 10 from Brooke Birschbach as they held on down the stretch.
|New Holstein||11||10||9||10||— 40|
Campbellsport — Micaela Ward 14, Brooke Birschbach 10, Abby Gierach 2, Ashley Emmer 3, Tiffani Anderson 11, Haley Feucht 2, Cheyenne Renderman 2, Katie Schumacher 1. 3-pointers: 2 (Ward, Emmer). FTs: 13-25. Fouls: 14.
New Holstein — Meyer 9, Fannin 2, Brenner 1, Zipperer 16, Cash 8, Casper 4. 3-pt: Zipperer. 3-pointers: 1 (Zipperer). FTs: 11-14. Fouls: 20. Fouled out: Casper.
CWC 50, Cambria-Friesland 27
The Crusaders picked up their first win of the year in a Trailways-North Conference road game.
Katrina Regnerus led the way with 15 points and eight rebounds, while Katie Miller added nine points.
Campbellsport 51, Kiel 29: The Cougars opened up their season at home with a win that saw many forfeits.
Kiel had to forfeit six times while Campbellsport did twice.
The Cougars’ Dominic Wetzel (120-pounds), Levi Feucht (138), Mason Ksioszk (145) and Zach Zills (160) were the select few to actual wrestle. Wetzel and Feucht pinned their opponents — Wetzel over Kiel’s Phillip Schultz in 5:17 and Feucht over Alex Winkel in 1:08 — while Ksioszk won by decision, 8-1.
“Little disappointed because we didn’t get some more matches, but there were some weight classes that didn’t match up,” Campbellsport coach Mark Peterson said. “Saturday will be a bigger test for us.”
The Cougars host their annual Campbellsport Invite Saturday starting at 10 a.m.
106: Alex Costello (CSP), forfeit. 113: Bennett Merchant (CSP), forfeit. 120: Dominic Wetzel (CSP) pinned Phillip Schultz (Kiel), 5:17. 126: Tanner Woepse (Kiel) pinned Jake Verdien (CSP), 2:40. 132: Ben Mandenbach (Kiel) pinned Jacob Johnson (CSP), 1:59. 138: Levi Feucht (CSP) pinned Alex Winkel (Kiel), 1:08. 145: Mason Ksioszk (CSP) decision Evan Mauer (Kiel), 8-1. 152: Jesus Sandoval (Kiel) win by technical fall over AJ Morris (CSP), 18-2. 160: Zach Zills (CSP), forfeit. 170: Cody Kollmansberger (CSP), forfeit. 182: Aaron Field (Kiel) forfiet. 195: Riley Jeffrey (CSP) forfeit. 220: Clayton Juech (CSP) forfeit. 285: Matt Halverson (Kiel) forfeit. Starting weight: 152.
Omro 73, NFDL/Springs 6: Micahel Lozano picked up North Fondy/St. Mary’s Springs only win as it struggled against a good Omro team in the season-opener.
Lozano pinned Omro’s Edward Lopez in 46 seconds.
106: Cody Eckstein (Omro) pinned Riley Behnke (NFDL/Springs), 3:09. 113: Dan Fink (Omro) forfeit. 120: Michael Lozano (NFDL/Springs) pinned Edward Lopez (Omro), :46. 126: Dakota Cooper (Omro) OT over Noah Giebel (NFDL/Springs), 4-2. 132: Jason Timm (Omro) pinned Cole Orlebeke (NFDL/Springs), :20. 138: Jacob Doolittle (Omro) pinned Odin Nett (NFDL/Springs) :51. 145: Austin Clark (Omro) pinned Justin Pooler (NFDL/Springs), 3:25. 152: Matt Hess (Omro) forfeit. 160: Mitchel Crowley (Omro) pinned Peter Streblow (NFDL/Springs), 5:27. 170: Matt Hess (Omro) major decision over Nate Kilian (NFDL/Springs), 16-6. 182: Luke Ceuffer (Omro) forfeit. 195: Peyton Goetz (Omro) forfeit. 220: Shawn Molodzik (Omro) forfeit. 285: Alex Daly (Omro) forfeit. Starting weight: 106.
Kaukauna 61, Fond du Lac 4
It was a rough season-opener for the Cardinals, as their only win camejunior Jason Toshner’s major decision at 195 pounds.
Manitowac Lincoln 96, Fond du Lac 74
The Fond du Lac boys swim team won two out of three relays and four events overall, but fell to Manitowoc Lincoln at home.
The 200-yard medley relay team of Riley Pankratz, Cameron Van Beek, Ben Kimball and Antonio Ramirez won after putting up a season-best time of 1 minute, 48.19 seconds. The 200 freestyle relay of Van Beek, Pankratz, Kimball and Vichayut Suwannawat also won in 1:37.18 — the best Fondy time in four years.
Suwannawat also won the 500 free while Van Beek took the 100 breaststroke with a career best 1:05.93. That time was also good for ninth-best in school history.