Dons top century mark in win

Dons top century mark in win


Dons top century mark in win


WISCONSIN RAPIDS – As the points kept adding up, the crowd at Assumption High School was wondering not if, when when Columbus Catholic would pass the century mark.

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The Dons surpassed the mark with less than 40 seconds remaining, as they dispatched University School 101-85 Friday during Cranberry Classic action.

Columbus Catholic will take on Assumption, a 72-51 winner over Nekoosa, in the championship game at 8 p.m.

Dons coach coach Joe Konieczny could not remember a time his team scored that many points during his 11-year tenure.

Leading the offensive fireworks was Hunter Schultz with 37 points, while Evan Nikolai had 26 and Nick Malovrh 16.

U-School was led by Mike Wilson’s 19-point effort.

U-School 36 49 — 85

Columbus 50 51 — 101

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL (85): Shannon Jones 10, David Hutton 3, Amer Mahiuddin 4, Tim Schwieters 5, Nate Engel 3, Will Koch 14, Cole Stephany 3, Walter Taylor 18, Mike Wilson 19, Justice Kelly 6.

COLUMBUS (101): Billy Young 4, Matthais Gouin 7, Mick Malovrh 16, Evan Nikolai 26, Hunter Schultz 37, Tyler Fuerlinger 12.

3-pointers: U-School 9 (Jones, Hutton, Monviddin, Schwieters, Engel, Koch 2, Stephany, Wilson); Columbus 11 (Gouin, Malovrh 4, Nikolai, Schultz 5).

Records: Columbus Catholic 1-0; University School 0-1.


Marshfield 56,

Marathon 53

ANTIGO – MaKayla Scheuer scored 26 points, and had seven rebounds and four assists to lead the Tigers to the nonconference win.

Scheuer went 10 of 15 from the field, hitting five 3-pointers.

Ema Fehrenbach added 12 points for Marshfield.

Marshfield 26 30 — 56

Marathon 22 31 — 53

MARSHFIELD (56): Scheuer 26, Bender 1, Bryan 5, Nikolai 8, Fehrenbach 12, Meverden 4. FG: 22-49. FT: 7-10.

3-pointers: Marsh, 5 (Scheuer 4, Bryan).

Assumption 63,

Columbus Cath. 23

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Gena Grundhoffer led the Royals with 20 points and Macie Zurfluh chipped in with 11 during a victory over the Dons during Cranberry Classic action.

Assumption takes on Loyal in the tournament final today.

The Royals led by 22 at the half and cruised to the lopsided win.

Marissa Immerfall and Abby Baierl scored five points each to lead the Dons. Columbus Catholic faces Nekoosa in the consolation game.

Columbus 12 11 — 23

Assumption 34 28  — 63

COLUMBUS (23): Morgan Albrecht 1, Bailey Neider 2, Maren Seefluth 2, Kendra Baierl 4, S. Trad 3, Abby Baierl 5, Sierra Litwaitis 1, Marissa Immerfall 5.

ASSUMPTION (63): Macyn Krings 8, Gracie Wendels 6, Autumn Linzmeier 5, Macie Zurfluh 11, Carsyn Bushman 3, Gena Grundhoffer 20, Chrysten Linzmeier 4, Frisch 5.

3-pointers: Columbus 2 (S.Trad, A.Baierl); Assumption 2 (Zurfluh, Grundhoffer.

Records: Assumption 1-1; Columbus Catholic 1-1.

Loyal 59,

Nekoosa 37

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Karsyn Rueth led the Greyhounds with 18 points, while Devyn Schoonover had 16 and Morgan Reinwand 12 during a nonconference win over Nekoosa

Jenna Baker led the Papermakers with 10 points.

Nekoosa 15 22 — 37

Loyal 34 35 — 59

NEKOOSA (37): Sam Bakovka 2, Helen Merritt 5, Jenna Baker 10, Kenzi Bolvin 2, Brandy Heinen 4, Shannon Sorbo 13, Emma Crider.

LOYAL (59): Amanda Zettler 3, Devyn Schoonover 16, Jaedyn Pieper 2, Morgan Reinwand 12, Hailey Rueth 6, Karsyn Rueth

3-pointers: Nekoosa 2 (Merritt, Sorbo); Loyal

Records: Loyal 3-0; Nekoosa 1-1.


Tomah 3,

Marshfield 2

TOMAH Ryan Krueger scored twice as the Tigers fell in the nonconference at the Tomah Ice Center.

Haydon Roy-Peterson had 22 saves for the Tigers.

Marshfield faces Wausau West Thursday in a Wisconsin Valley Conference opener.

Brookfield/Catholic Memorial 2, Pacelli 0

SHEBOYGAN – The Cardinals were unable to get on the board Friday night and eventually dropped the game 2-0 to the Brookfield/Catholic Memorial Stars.

Rob Butzen and Kevin Hill each scored a goal for the Stars on the way to knocking off the Cardinals.

“They were much faster than us tonight,” said Pacelli coach Rusty Mitch. “Our young guys improved since the first game, but not quite enough.

Pacelli keeper Trent Kollack stopped 27 shots to keep the Cardinals within reach.

“Kollack was solid again for us tonight,” Mitch said. “Hopefully we can build on this for our game tomorrow.”

The Cardinals will face Waupun on Saturday looking to earn their first win of the season.

Pacelli 0 0 0 — 0

Brookfield/Catholic Memorial 1 1 0 — 2

First period: 1. B, Rob Butzen (Adam Weiner), 13:19.

Second period: 2. B, Kevin Hill (Marcus Oleson), 8:40.

Saves: Brookfield (Nick Davis 14); Pacelli (Trent Kollack 27, Trevin Milbauer 2).

Wausau West 4, Notre Dame 2

EAU CLAIRE – Max Zingler scored twice to lead the Warriors in the season opener.

Zingler and Cale Bowman both scored 42 seconds apart in the third period as the Warriors built a 4-1 lead in the semifinals of the Red Flint tournament.

West, ranked No. 2 in the preseason polls, faces No. 1 Eau Claire Memorial in the tournament championship at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Brandon Thorson had a pair of assists for West, and Paul Weise stopped 18 shots.

Notre Dame 0 1 1 — 2

Wausau West 1 1 2 — 4

First period: 1. WW, Alex Zahn (Brandon Thorson), 10:28.

Second period: 2. WW, Max Zingler (Hunter Ricklefs), 1:19. 3. ND, Bryce Poshak (Michael Karow, Logan Braun), 7:05 (sh)

Third period: 4. WW, Zingler (Ricklefs, Max Techel), 11:09. 5. WW, Cale Bowman (Kellen Tharaldson, Thorson), 11:51. 6. ND, Jeff Jaraczewski (Karow, Jack Wied), 15:26.

Saves: ND, Zach Krysiak 11-14-8-33; WW, Paul Weise 5-5-8-18

SPASH 2, Madison Edgewood 1

VERONA – The Panthers were able to secure a 2-1 victory over the Crusaders at the Verona Ice Arena on Friday night.

SPASH moves to 1-0-0 on the season and will play Verona at the Verona Ice Center on 7:30 Saturday.

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