Sheboygan North’s Bailey Broghammer swims the 200 freestyle at the Sheboygan North Raiders Relays Saturday January 10, 2015 at North.
Sheboygan North relay teams won three races and did good enough in the rest to finish tied for first place with Oshkosh West in North’s own Raider Relays meet on Saturday.
Sheboygan South, meanwhile, posted a few second- and third-place finishes and ended the day in fifth place in the eight-team meet.
North’s three wins were the difference-maker for the host Golden Raiders:
•Brayden Schuh, Ben Gerbitz, Alex Pfeifer and Truman Scheibel posted a win in the 200 butterfly relay (1:46.00);
•Jacob Mittelstaedt, Scheibel, Ben Gerbitz and Schuh won the 400 individual medley relay (4:03.52)
•And Scheibel, Peter Martin, Bailey Broghammer and Mittelstaedt won the 200 breaststroke relay (2:07.45)
North swimmers Pfeifer, Gerbitz, Schuh and Mittelstaedt, meanwhile, posted a second-place finish (1:53.43) in the 200 backstroke relay, and Josh Sizonen and Miles Silva rounded up enough points (158.15) to finish second in the two-person diving event.
South swimmers Zach Haag, Zach Klokow, Arnau Villa Marti and Philip DeTrana finished second in the 200 breaststroke relay (2:09.91). Redwings teammates Matthew DeTrana, Sean Zempel, Thomas Kuehl and Pasha Molitor were third in the 800 freestyle relay (8:29.84); and Nate Newman, Kuehl, Philip DeTrana and Matthew DeTrana were third in the 750 freestyle relay (7:46.73).
Team scores: Oshkosh West 68, Sheboygan North 68, West Bend 66, Manitowoc Lincoln 63, Sheboygan South 52, Pulaski 30, Green Bay United 27, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol 24
Winners, top local finishers
1-meter diving — 1. West Bend (Joe Morrisse, Dakota Skenandore), 210.3; 2. Sheboygan North (Josh Sizonen, Miles Silva), 158.15; 200 medley relay — 1. Manitowoc (Dylan Neuser, Damian Klemish, Riley Neuser, John Cress), 1:44.92; 5. Sheboygan North (Peter Martin, Bailey Broghammer, Crosby Carreno, Michael Woepse), 1:56.58; 200 freestyle relay — 1. Oshkosh West (Jacob Slezak, Cole Coons, Mitchel Slezak, Nate Somers), 1:35.21; 4. Sheboygan North (Caleb Bakker, Nathan Kaltenbrun, Crosby Carreno, Michael Woepse), 1:43.19; 200 butterfly relay — 1. Sheboygan North (Brayden Schuh, Ben Gerbitz, Alex Pfeifer, Truman Scheibel), 1:46.00; 6. Sheboygan South (Zach Haag, Jacob Hittman, Carson Kaiser, Cody Weber), 1:58.95; 750 freestyle relay (50-100-200-400) — 1. Oshkosh West (Cole Coons, Jacob Slezak, Justin Schindel, Nate Somers), 7:13.17; 3. Sheboygan South (Nate Newman, Thomas Kuehl, Philip DeTrana, Matthew DeTrana), 7:46.73; 200 backstroke relay — 1. Manitowoc (Damian Klemish, Brent Budnick, Colten Schroeder, Dylan Neuser), 1:50.85; 2. Sheboygan North (Alex Pfeifer, Ben Gerbitz, Brayden Schuh, Jacob Mittelstaedt), 1:53.43; 800 freestyle relay — 1. Oshkosh West (Jacob Slezak, Rourke Lenz, Justin Schindel, Nate Somers), 7:58.14; 3. Sheboygan South (Matthew DeTrana, Sean Zempel, Thomas Kuehl, Pasha Molitor), 8:29.84; 400 individual medley relay — 1. Sheboygan North (Jacob Mittelstaedt, Truman Scheibel, Ben Gerbitz, Brayden Schuh), 4:03.52; 4. Sheboygan South (Philip DeTrana, Matthew DeTrana, Jacob Hittman, Pasha Molitor), 4:18.21; 200 breaststroke relay — 1. Sheboygan North (Truman Scheibel, Peter Martin, Bailey Broghammer, Jacob Mittelstaedt), 2:07.45; 2. Sheboygan South (Zach Haag, Zach Klokow, Arnau Villa Marti, Philip DeTrana), 2:09.91; 400 freestyle relay — 1. Manitowoc (Dylan Neuser, JJ Klatt, John Cress, Riley Neuser), 3:27.07; 4. Sheboygan South (Nate Newman, Cody Weber, Sean Zempel, Thomas Kuehl), 3:50.02.
Girls Basketball — Kohler 67, Madison Day School 35
Amanda Egbert scored 23 points and pulled in 12 rebounds, Grace Nugent scored 13 more points and the Blue Bombers ran out to the rout at home against Madison Day School.
Kohler isn’t fielding a girls varsity team this season, but played in a special anniversary event on Saturday honoring the school’s 1982 state champion girls team.
Kohler led 23-4 after the first quarter and didn’t slip the rest of the way. Angela Schmitt scored 11 to help the Bombers’ offense.
Kamon Gill scored 14 to lead Madison Day School.
MADISON DAY SCHOOL — Gill 14, Scheboda 2, Hallish 7, Moe 2, Kent 6, Potzold 2, Possch 2. 3-pt: None. FT: 3-6. F: 5.
KOHLER — Nugent 13, Cassidy 4, Egbert 23, Pellegrino 2, Schueller 2, Kelm 6, Meyer 2, Schmitt 11, Roeder 4. 3-pt: Nugent 1, Egbert 3. FT: 1-4. F: 11.
Mad. DS…4 8 6 17 — 35
Kohler…23 14 21 9 — 67
Wrestling — Sauk Prairie Invite
Kiel’s Tanner Woepse took second place in a big field to lead Kiel at the 20-team Sauk Prairie Eagle Invitational.
Woelse (18-5) won his first three decisions before falling by decision in the championship to Bradley Prentice of Pulaski.
Kiel’s Ben Mannenbach took fourth at 138 to move to 13-10 on the season.
Kiel was 15th as a team. Sauk Prairie won the team title.
Wrestling — Oconto Falls Invite
New Holstein wrestler Jordan Wagner finished second in his 182-pound bracket in Oconto Falls’ Brawl in the Falls invitational.
Wagner battled his way to his weight class’ championship match, but fell to Bay Port’s Ben Kitslaar.
Huskies teammate Jacob Kaiser finished fourth at 195 pounds. He advanced to the third-place match, but lost to Ashwaubenon’s Sean Summers.
New Holstein finished 11th overall in the meet’s 15-team standings. Bay Port was first.
Wrestling — New London Invite
Sam Loomans and Garrett Hackl both finished second in their respective weight class brackets, three other Oostburg wrestlers finished third in theirs and the Flying Dutchmen took fifth in the New London Cutler Classic Invitational’s 12-team standings.
Loomans finished runner-up at 113 pounds after dropping a championship match to Oshkosh North’s Brandon Green, and Hackl finished second at 220 pounds after losing in a championship bout to Coleman’s CJ Pillath.
Three other Oostburg wrestlers finished third in their classes, including Jonah Frier (145 pounds), Ryan Ebeling (170) and Andy Bonnett (182).
Coleman took first place in the team standings at the meet.
Late Friday Wrestling — Waupun 42, Kiel 27
Ben Mannenbach pinned Waupun’s 145-pounder Ryan Rens in 1:02 and Evan Mauer earned a 7-6 decision at 152 pounds, but those were the only two contested-match victories Kiel’s wrestling team got on Friday.
Kiel picked up two more wins by forfeit, but Waupun still left the dual with a 42-27 win after benefiting from seven forfeits and not winning any contested matches.
106 — Justin Muehlbauer, K, won by forfeit; 113 — Double Forfeit; 120 — Double Forfeit; 126 — Phil Schultz, K, won by forfeit; 132 — Tanner Woepse, K, won by forfeit; 138 — Reid Zietlow, W, won by forfeit; 145 — Ben Mannenbach, K, pinned Ryan Rens, 1:02; 152 — Evan Mauer, K, def. Austin Farr, 7-6; 160 — Carter Veleke, W, won by forfeit; 170 — Kody Pinch, W, won by forfeit; 182 — Brandon Morrissey, W, won by forfeit; 195 — Ryan Dykstra, W, won by forfeit; 220 — Jake Murphy, W, won by forfeit; 285 — Koy Straks, W, won by forfeit