Prep roundup: SPASH wrestlers open with win

Balls representing various sports

Balls representing various sports

WAUSAU – The Stevens Point Area Senior High wrestling team showed a dominating performance against Wausau East, winning 61-15 in their season opener.

The Panthers got pins from Chance Baily, Logan Reed, Fritz Scheil, Nate Engle, and Brandon Patoka to win the Wisconsin Valley Conference dual.

Brady Koontz and Tanner Kluck won on a decision for the Panthers.

“Overall we got a nice win,” SPASH coach Robert King said.

“We have some areas to improve on, but there were some really nice individual performances. The young guys are learning what it’s like to step into varsity. Saturday we face the defending state champs Kaukauna, so we’ll know where we stand early in the season.”

106: Josie Bartishofski (E) def. Xavier Kline, 6-0. 113: Brady Koontz (S) def. Ben Diny, 10-2. 120: Dylan Koontz (S) won by forfeit. 126: Nate Duffet (S) won by forfeit. 132: Sam Myer (E) pin Jake Feltz. 138: Chance Baily (S) pin Noah Hess. 145: Tanner Kluck (S) def. Ryan Daniel, 5-4. 152: Logan Reed (S) pin Pierce Steffen. 160: Fritz Scheil (S) pin Cordell Myles. 170: Joe Roth (S) won by forfeit. 182: Cory Courneya (E) def. Jake Harlow, 4-2. 195: Nate Engle (S) pin Anthony Galvan. 220: Brandon Patoka (S) pin Broedy Kowalski. 285: Jacob Erdman (S) won by forfeit.

Rosholt 51,

Manawa 21

MANAWA – The Hornets got pins from Hampton Kedrowicz (113), Mike Chamecke (120), Zach Stroik (126), Bowen Kedrowicz (138), Caleb Lemanczyk (145), Kyle Groshek (152), Ryan Konkol (160) and Robert Wincentsen (285) to win the Central Wisconsin Conference dual.

106-Double forfeit. 113-Hampton Kedrowicz (R) pin Hunter Westphal, 0:34. 120-Mike Chamecke (R) pin Thomas Pelzer, 2:37. 126-Zach Stroik (R) pin Tyler Pynenberg, 1:38. 132: Garrett Bristol (M) pin Trenton Graveen, 0:54. 138: Bowen Kedrowicz (R) pin Anthony Anunson, 0:38. 145: Caleb Lemanczyk (R) pin John Lubahn, 5:56. 152: Kyle Groshek (R) pin Isaac Ratliff, 1:27. 160: Ryan Konkol (R) pin Zeke Rausch, 1:37. 170: Aaron Cole (R) def. Zach Johnson, 2-0. 182: Ben Beyer (M) pin Logan Esker, 0:48. 195: Jordan Kons (M) def. John Koeppler, 8-6. 220: Jacob Clark (M) won by forfeit. 285: Robert Wincentsen (R) pin Devon Truax, 2:37.


Port Edwards 67,

Tri-County 29

PLAINFIELD – Jared Joslin led the Blackhawks with 24 points to lead Port Edwards over Tri-County.

“We had another great effort by Joslin tonight,” said Port Edwards coach Dave Gibbs. “He was coming off a 30-point game on Tuesday.”

Ian Gibbs, Austin Hildebrandt and Addison Gibbs also scored in double figures for Port Edwards, scoring 15, 12 and 11 points, respectively.

“We got lots of help in the scoring department tonight and that’s what we need going forward,” coach Gibbs said.

Dawson Knutson led Tri-County with eight points.

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Port Edwards (67): Jared Joslin 24, Ian Gibbs 15, Austin Hildebrandt 12, Addison Gibbs 11, Nick Rasmussen 5. Totals 25 11-19 67.

Tri-County (29): Dawson Knutson 8, Cordell Sharp 6, Jaden Shubert 5, Stone Sommel 4, Claude Cleereman 4, Zac Truehl 2. Totals 14 0-3 29.

3-pointers: Port Edwards 6 (Hildebrandt 3, A. Gibbs, I Gibbs, Rasmussen); Tri-County 1 (Schubert).

Assumption 49, Pacelli 39

STEVENS POINT – Joe Grundhoffer scored 19 points and Trevor Newton added 13 for the Royals, who overcame the Cardinals in a nonconference matchup at the Student Activities Center.

Jake Elliott and Trevor Gklodowski tallied 12 points apiece to pace Pacelli, which played without senior Chris Shibilski.

“It was a tough all-around game for us tonight,” Pacelli coach Matt Resch said. “We didn’t have senior Chris Shibiliski tonight and his leadership and toughness were really missed on the court.

“We executed the offense pretty well but unfortunately the shots weren’t dropping for us tonight. Assumption is a solid and well coached team that executed well down the stretch.”









ASSUMPTION (49): Nate Wisebeck 2, Brody Baltus 5, Trevor Newton 13, Dominick Schneider 6, Joe Grundhoffer 19, Brandon Birkhauser 1.

PACELLI (39): Jake Elliott 12, Andrew Blanker 6, Trevor Glodowski 12, AJ Firminhac 6, Connor Molski 3.

Records: Pacelli 1-1; Assumption 2-1.


Bowler 48,

Almond Bancroft 35

BOWLER – Catie Schmidt led the Eagles with 15 points in their Central Wisconsin Conference-10 loss against Bowler.

Michaela Wallace added 13 points, 9 from behind the arc, in the Eagles’ losing effort.

“They showed improvement, that’s our goal to improve every night and every game,” Almond-Bancroft coach Randy Yonke said. “We had the lead cut to four at one time but then we lost our patience and composure, but we handled the pressure a lot better. Overall I’m pleased with the progress we made this week.”









ALMOND-BANCROFT (35): Michaela Stucker 4, Breeley Warzynski 1, Michaela Wallace 13, Catie Schmidt 15, Angela Rogers 2. Totals 15 2-14 35.

BOWLER (48): Jodi Wolf 7, Erica Wolf 2, Reanne Kietinski 28, Brooke Breitrick 4, Kenedie Malone 7. Totals 17 11-21 48.

3-pointers: Almond-Bancroft 3 (Wallace 3); Bowler 3 (Kietinski 3).

Rosholt 39,

Marion 30

ROSHOLT – Bre Richter scored 15 points, had 10 rebounds and four assists to lead the Hornets to their fourth straight win.

Taylor Kaminski added 11 points, while Brea Yenter scored six points and had 11 rebounds.









MARION (30): Paige Polzin 7, Emily Sawall 4, Hannah Greene-Gretzinger 2, Camile Radies 2, Abby Polzin 5, Kaylyssa Watters 10.

ROSHOLT (39): Bre Richter 15, Taylor Kaminski 11, Brea Yenter 6, Mally Andreae 3.


Portage 11, Stevens Point 2 (boys)

Portage 9, Stevens Point 5 (girls)

PORTAGE – The Portage boys team comprised of Nick Schieber (skip), Dalton Bauner (3rd), Tyler Wood (2nd) and leads Joseph Clemmons and Jordan Bauer defeated the Stevens Point team of Shane Summer (skip), Thomas Weilihan (3rd), KeVon Hairston (2nd), and lead Cole Tabor on Thursday night.

For the girls, the Portage girls team of Anne Marie Dubberstein (skip), Layne Legge (3rd), Ellie Vorpahl (2nd) and lead Rachel Hicks defeated the Stevens Point girls team comprised of Suzanna Viau (skip), Rachel Kawleski (3rd), Lizzy Rubenzer (2nd) and lead Krista Domaszek,

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