PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth girls had all five scoring runners place in the top 15 as the Panthers finished second as hosts of the meet.
Amanda Triebensee finished seventh to lead Plymouth, which finished behind only Pewaukee in the team standings.
Sheboygan South’s Katie Banie was the top area finisher in the girls race in fifth, while Howards Grove had a pair of top-10 finishers in Katie Guse in eighth and Ashley Reinemann in ninth. The Tigers finished third and the Redwings were fourth.
Plymouth also finished second in the boys race, led by Ian McConnaha in seventh and Alan Schaefer in eighth.
Sheboygan South finished third in the boys race led by top-10 finishers Sean Reinemann in fifth and Austin Boeldt in 10th.
Team scores: Pewaukee 22, Plymouth 58, Howards Grove 80, Sheboygan South 102, Kettle Moreaine Lutheran 126, University School 130, New Holstein 202
Individual winner: Zoe Goodmanson (PEW), 19:50.35.
PLY: 7. Amanda Triebensee, 21:41.09; 11. Olivia Jankowski, 22:09.85; 12. Gabi Mella, 22:13.24; 13. Lauren Rabe, 22:18.35; 15. Izzy Kastelic, 22:31.16.
HG: 8. Katie Guse, 21:44.99; 9. Ashley Reinemann, 21:46.34; 14. Noelle Eschen, 22:26.19; 21. Zyta Mueller, 22:58.56; 28. Melissa Oxtoby, 23:551.88.
SS: 5. Katie Banie, 21:34.75; 17. Monika Pantha, 22:44.63; 23. Anne Bondal, 23:10.18; 27. Jessica McNellis, 23:43.49; 31. Emma Mangeri, 24:32.72.
NH: 40. Carolyne Roepke, 27:11.93; 42. Azure Tinkle, 27:40.66; 43. Brittany Wagner, 28:28.93; 44. Rachel Hansen, 28:41.06; 49. Lillian Feider, 33:57.60.
Team scores: Pewaukee 23, Plymouth 77, Sheboygan South 89, University School 90, Ripon 108, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 122, New Holstein 220
Individual winner: 1. Robert Wagner (PEW), 17:01.56.
PLY: 7. Ian McConnaha, 17:49.57; 8. Alan Schaefer, 18:05.44; 14. Jordan Marshall, 18:45.14; 21. Gabe Olsen, 19:26.65; 28. Connor Schmidt, 19:53.43.
SS: 5. Sean Reinemann, 17:35.19; 10. Austin Boeldt, 18:34.40; 17. Carston Jonet, 19:09.18; 29. Tyler Matysik, 19:54.98; 30. Chase Hutchinson, 20:14.39.
NH: 44. Corey Steffes, 21:41.73; 48. Jacob Barth, 22:18.87; 51. Jacob Thiel. 23:00.35; 53. Joshua Dewhurst, 25:47.25; 54. Bradley Paulson, 27:08.33.
HG: 41. Sam Sixel, 21:25.09; 50. Dustin Eilers, 22:58.85.
Bay Port 106, Sheboygan North 64: Ashlyn Prisinger was a part of three wins to lead the Golden Raiders.
Prisinger finished first in the 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle, while joining Abby Veeser, Ellie Revelis and Erin Fehrman to win the 200-yard freestyle relay.
Lauren Hayon also picked up a win for Sheboygan North in the 100-yard butterfly.
Team scores: Bay Port 106, Sheboygan North 64
Top Local Finisher: 200 medley relay: 2. Sheboygan North (Fehrman, M. Veeser, Hayon, Revelis), 1:59.22. 200 freestyle: 1. Ashlyn Prisinger, 2:03.02. 200 IM: 3. Mallory Veeser, 2:33.27. 50 freestyle: 3. Ellie Revelis, 27.52. 100 butterfly: 1. Lauren Hayon, 1:04.03. 100 freestyle: 1. Ashlyn Prisinger, 55.42. 500 freestyle: 4. Katy Zemke, 6:26.96. 200 freestyle relay: 1. Sheboygan North (A. Veeser, Revelis, Fehrman, Prisinger). 1:47.12. 100 backstroke: 2. Lauren Hayon, 1:03.54. 100 breaststroke: 3. Mallory Veeser, 1:17.41. 400 freestyle: 2. Sheboygan North (Hayon, A. Veeser, Fehrman, Prisinger). 3:53.23.
Kiel 4, Two Rivers 3: The two sides split the six competitive matches with visiting Kiel earning the win via a forfeit at No. 3 doubles.
The lone flight to go to three sets was No. 2 singles where Two Rivers’ Lauren Sosnosky prevailed 2-6, 6-1, 6-3 over Katie Spindler.
Singles — No. 1: Emily Dreger, K, def. November Seizert 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Lauren Sosnosky, TR, def. Katie Spindler 2-6, 6-1, 6-3; No. 3: Maggie Dickrell, K, def. Hannah Niemojuski 6-1, 6-1; No. 4: Katelin Nelson, TR, def. Amanda Brandt 6-4, 6-4
Doubles — No. 1: Gabby Weier-Megan Sosnosky, TR, def. Erica Scholz-Sierra Lieburn 6-0, 6-4; No. 2: Olivia Jonasen-Hannah Jarvi, K, def. Emily Johnson-Hannah Shimanek 6-4, 6-2; No. 3: Kiel win by forfeit
Sheboygan Falls 6, Plymouth 1: The Falcons topped the Panthers Tuesday afternoon, only giving up one match on the day.
The No.1 and No.2 doubles teams of Sheboygan Falls, Rachel Lee/ Klohie Kuehne and Kayla Prahl/Kaylee Woelfel, both fought hard in three set matches to come out on top.
Singles: No. 1 – Mia Bartel (SF) def. Cassandra Nicolson (P) 6-1, 6-3. No. 2 – Ellie Roe (SF) def. Scarlet Simenz (P) 6-1, 6-1. No. 3 – Monica Micolyczyk (SF) def. Amanda Krueger (P) 6-3, 6-0. No. 4 – Allie Lee (SF) def. Drew Kraldean (P) 6-1, 6-2.
Doubles: No. 1 – Rachel Lee/ Klohie Kuehne (SF) def. Hailey Molkenthene/Dannelle Wiese (P) 4-6, 7-5, 6-3. No. 2 – Kayla Prahl/Kaylee Woelfel (P) def. Megan Hand/Carissa Dekanich (SF) 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. No. 3 – Amy Brading/Hailey Kvindlog (SF) def. Ella Harpskead/Madi Hoginbottom 6-4, 6-4.
Roncalli 4, Kohler 3 (Mon.): The Blue Bombers swept the three doubles matches but fell short of the dual meet win against the Jets.
Alli Bryce and Rachel Proudman at the No. 1 flight, Amelia Grose and Emily Guesneau at the No. 2 flight and Jamie Lewis and Frannie Hillstrom at the No. 3 flight each posted straight-set wins.
Singles — No. 1: Tallie Piaskowski, R, def. Anna Mesalles 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: Julia Platteter, R, def. Lauren Hortz 6-4, 6-4; No. 3: Maya Ledvina, R, def. Evelyn Heun 6-4, 3-6, 7-5; No. 4: Reese Wetenkamp, R, def. Ryah Gutschow 2-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Doubles — No. 1: Allie Bryce-Rachel Proudman, K, def. Maddie Salutz-Abby Welnetz 6-1, 6-2; No. 2: Amelia Grose-Emily Guesneau, K, def. Paulina Vaca-Nicole Froelich 6-4, 6-0; No. 3: Jamie Lewis-Frannie Hillstrom, K, def. Paige Haws-Riley Wetenkamp 6-2, 7-5.
Green Bay Preble 6, Sheboygan South 1: The Redwings fell short against the Hornets walking away from the matchup with only one win.
No. 2 singles player Courtney Trescher gave Sheboygan South their lone victory defeating Vanessa Merrill 6-2, 6-1.
Singles: No. 1 — Adalia Marshall (P) def. Arianna Vorpahl (S) 6-3, 6-2. No. 2 — Courtney Trescher (S) def. Vanessa Merrill (P) 6-2, 6-1. No. 3 — Kaitlyn Perret (P) def. Helen Flynn (S) 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. No. 4 — Rebecca Goska (P) def. Natalie Vorpahl (S) 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (3).
Doubles: No. 1 — Chloe Vandenhouten-Nikki Waage (P) def. Tessa Badtke-Alexa Stempihar (S) 6-0, 4-6, 7-5. No. 2 — Erika Bannister-Molly O’Neill (P) def. Katherine Ly-Emily Wegner (S) 6-3, 6-1. No. 3 — Annissa Derbique-Allaura Jolly (P) def. Noelle Timler-Natalie Binversie (S) 6-1, 6-3.
Oostburg 5, St. Mary’s Catholic 2: Joe Minneci opened the scoring for the Flying Dutchmen with an unassisted goal early in the first half and set the pace for his team.
Josiah Maatilor added a goal with an assist from Christopher Ten Pas, and shortly after Ten Pas added his own goal on an assist from Ben Lemkuil. Lemkuil rounded out the first half scoring for Oostburg finding the back of the net with an assist from Christian Graves.
Graves closed out the scoring for the Flying Dutchmen early in the second half with help from Minneci.
New Holstein/Elkhart Lake 8, Kiel 1: Jacob Conrad notched a hat trick as the Huskies rolled to the win.
Noah Ruh and Tyler Schultz each added two goals, while Schultz also picked up three assists in the match.
Max Kossman scored the remaining goal for the New Holstein/Elkhart Lake, while Stephan Clemens made three saves in goal.
Zach Zorn had the lone goal for Kiel. James Hintz totaled 15 saves in the match.
Random Lake 3, Kohler 1: Nick Lunde notched a hat trick and Evan DeBroux finished with 10 saves as the Rams collected the conference win over the Blue Bombers.
Lunde scored off an assist from Zach Ross in the 29th minute as the Rams took a 1-0 lead at intermission.
Kohler’s Henry O’Donnell tied the game just three minutes into the second half, but Random Lake answered about 30 seconds later when Lunde scored on an assist from Josh Graef.
Lunde then sealed the win with a goal in the final minute.
Michael Kral made five saves for Kohler.
Howards Grove 6, Cedar Grove-Belgium 1: The Rockets couldn’t keep up with the fast and efficient offense of the Tigers and lost Tuesday evening at home.
The Tigers found the back of the net three times during the first half with goals from Jeremy Berglund, Peter Grimm, and Derrick Grimm and assists by Carson Teske, Will Rautmann and Berglund.
Howards Grove wasted no time getting started again in the second half with goal number two from D. Grimm, followed by back to back goals by Devin Gallenberger. The Rockets scored their only goal in the final seconds of the competition.
Tiger’s keeper Hunter Voss finished the game with three saves and the Rocket’s keeper ended with 15.
Sheboygan Lutheran 3, Reedsville 0: The Crusaders overpowered the Panthers and swept them winning three straight sets.
For the Panthers, Alexyss Schmidt ended with four service aces and 7 kills. Brielle added to the Reedsville score with 5 kills while Jenna Loefer had 5 digs and 8 assists. Kelsey Stadler finished the match with 11 assists.
Ashley Oberreich dug the ball 22 times for the Sheboygan Lutheran squad and Julia Splittgerber put up 21 assists. Getting 7 kills for the Crusaders was Dacota Weigert.
Oostburg 3, Random Lake 0: The Rams fell to the Flying Dutchmen with their best effort. Oostburg won all three sets 25-23, 25-19, 25-19.
Kristen Paulus lead the Rams with 22 kills, three aces, 13 digs, and four blocks. Kendra Bullard put up 15 assists as well as smashed down 10 kills. Also for Random Lake, Kylie Armstrong had 8 kills and 14 assists.
Oostburg’s Keri Hartmann and Talia Hranicka controlled the net and combined for 23 kills. Janeese VerVelde helped out her teammates with 14 assists and 9 digs.
Abby Blok assisted 18 times for the Flying Dutchmen while Kayla DuMez served up three aces.
Howards Grove 3, Mishicot 0: The Tigers brought down the Indians 25-18, 25-10, 25-10 Tuesday evening on their home court.
The Indians put up a good fight in the first set, but things went downhill after that. Brianna Groelle led the squad with six kills while Alyssa Ahumada put up four assists. Emily Bammgartner denied the Tigers hitters with four blocks.
Sam Yancy of Howards Grove collected 11 kills during the match and setter Taylor Bubolz pitched in with 23 assists. Brittany Schaller had 17 digs and Adi Gerber was recorded for four blocks.
Hilbert 3, Sheboygan Christian 0: The Eagles faced the Wolves in a home match but could not come away with a win. The Eagles fought hard in the first and second sets losing 25-17 and 25-23, but ran out of gas in the third and were defeated 25-8.
Ashley Flipse topped the stat board for the Eagles with 9 kills, two blocks, and seven digs. Carissa Wisse had six kills, 9 digs, and six blocks. Also for Sheboygan Christian Meredith Denning had four kills while teammate Hannah Hodahl ended with three kills and 10 digs.
For the Wolves, April Gehl led the night with 10 digs, four aces, and 18 kills. Her third kill of the match was celebrated as her 1000th career kill. Jackie Sticka dug the ball up 16 times and Mickayla Madero had three blocks. Setter Emma Zahringer put up 19 assists and Megan Lau collected five kills.
Chilton 3, Kiel 0: Tasha Rabe finished with seven kills and eight digs, but the Raiders fell to the Tigers in three sets, 25-11, 25-10, 25-12.
Sydnee Piper led Kiel with five assists.
Elkhart Lake 3, Kohler 1: The Resorters ended up with a victory against the Blue Bombers but had to work hard to keep Kohler from coming back after a close first set and losing the third.
Elkhart Lake won the first two sets 25-20, 25-15, lost the third 24-26, and finished the match off in the third 25-15.
Stat leaders for the Blue Bombers included; Abby Cieszynski with three aces and 16 digs, Lauren Kelm with 8 kills and three digs, Cecilia Zielke with four blocks, and Amanda Egbert with 16 assists and 8 digs.
For the Resorters, Emma Feldman led with 8 aces, five kills, and four blocks to help her team win. Rachel Flora had 13 kills and 10 digs while Emily Holzmann put up 24 assists. Monica Ruh finished with 12 digs.