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High School Football
Wausau East 24 Chequamegon 14
Phillips 52 Bruce 6
Medford 30 Merrill 12
Oconto Falls 38 Tomahawk 23
Hayward 28 Lakeland 20
Rhinelander 36 Ashland 18
Northwoods/Solon Springs 48 Winter/Birchwood 0
High School Girls Volleyball
The loggers traveled to Marathon to compete in the Merriwood crossover. The loggers lost 2-3 to marawood south champion Marathon. 25-23 25-23 23-25 18-25 12-15.
High School Girls Volleyball
(From Coach Bortz)
We lost a conference match in Mellen in 4 sets 25-27, 25-18, 22-25, 10-25.
In set 1 we started off rough but then was able to battle back but unfortunately came up short. In set 2 the girls played strong and came together as a team. Set 3 they again had to battle back after multiple hitting errors. Tonight our mistakes on the floor cost us the match. Mellen played us tough and scrappy.
Bella Bourgard and Jersey Polencheck led the team with 8 kills each followed by Cassy Bortz with 6. Jersey also led with 5 service aces. Olivia Lawver led the team with 14 digs followed by Cassy and Natalee Pollitt with 11.
The JV won both of their sets 25-22, 25-17. They played well tonight and fought hard as a team never giving up.
Natalee Pollitt led the team with 3 kills. Kendra Pritzl with 6 service aces, and Ivy Popowski with 6 digs.
High School Girls Volleyball
The Loggers traveled to Gilman for the Pirate invite on Saturday. The Loggers swept through pool play with 2-0 victories over Flambeau, Owen-Withee and Wittenberg-Birnumwood to advance the the championship match against state ranked Laona-Wabeno. The Loggers swept the Rebels 25-22, 25-23 in earning the title.
Leading the loggers were
Attack kills: Jada Eggebrecht 34 and Brianna Guzinski 27
Assists: Jensen Weik 40 and Kendall Weik 31
Digs: Jada 29 and Kacy Eggebrecht 27
Elsa Schluter had 3 blocks
High School Football
Chequamegon 38 Washburn 0
Phillips 48 McDonell Central 46
Rhinelander 42 Merrill 0
WI Dells 42 Tomhawk 6
Mosinee 41 Medford 14
Lakeland 60 Ashland 40
High School Girls Volleyball
(From Coach Bortz)
Butternut lost a conference match in Washburn in 3 sets 13-25, 17-25, 16-25.
We played well defensively but needed to be stronger offensively at the net. Hitting mistakes killed us tonight.
Kendra Pritzl led the team with 6 kills followed by Cassy Bortz and Olivia Lawver with 4 each. Jersey Polencheck led the team with 15 digs followed by Olivia with 10. Bella Bourgard led with 8 assists.
The JV lost in 3 sets 25-20, 19-25, 9-15. They had a great team effort tonight. It was the cleanest I’ve seen them play. Ivy Popowski led the team with 4 kills. Kendra Pritzl led the team with 3 service aces. Isabelle Przybylski led the team with 6 digs.
High School Girls Volleyball
The Phillips Loggers hosted that Abbotsford Falcons with the conference title on the line. The night starting with the logger JV defeating the Falcons 3 to 0 to finish the season undefeated in conference play. The varsity team follow suit winning 3-0 25-17 25-21 25-16
Both Logger teams completed conference play with 5-0 records. This is the second consecutive conference title for the varsity; the fourth title the past four years. Jada Eggebrecht became the first logger ever to record 1000 Attack kills.The loggers were led in attack kills by Elsa Schluter 17 and Jada 15 Kendall Weik had 23 assist and Jensen Weik 13 Jada Eggebrecht had 16 digs and Casey Eggebrecht 14. The logger JV2 lost a hard match 1-2.
High School Girls Volleyball
(From Coach Bortz)
We lost a conference match at home against South Shore in 3 sets 15-25, 11-25, 11-25.
Tonight was a tough one for us, it wasn’t pretty. We definitely didn’t play them as tough as we did on Saturday. Errors killed us in all three sets. We consistently were trying to dig up attacks and couldn’t put together strong attacks of our own. However, I was happy they didn’t give up and tried to stay positive on the court.
Jersey Polencheck led the team with 4 attacks followed by Olivia Lawver with 2. Bella Bourgard had 4 assists. Pria Popowski had the only service ace tonight and led the team with 11 digs followed by Cassy Bortz with 8.
The JV lost in 2 sets 22-25, 23-25. It was a close match and they did well. They are becoming more confident on the court. Kaycie Scherwinski led the team with 10 digs and had 5 assists. Kendra Pritzl led the team with 3 kills. Ivy Popowski led the team with 3 service aces.
High School Girls Volleyball
The Loggers traveled to Edgar for the Marawood South/north crossover and came away with three victories. 2-0 over Edgar 25-23, 25-23, 2-0 over Wausau Newmna 25-12, 29-27 and 2-0 over Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 25-22, 25-19.
Leading the team in attack kills were Jada Eggebrect 32 and Elsa Schluter 19
Kendall Weik had 37 assist Jensen Weik had 21
Jada Eggebrecht had 25 digs
Elsa Schluter had 4 blocks
The JV team traveled to Medford and won 2 matches earning 1st place in the Silver Pool, 4th of 9 teams.
(From Coach Bortz of Butternut Volleyball)
Yesterday we had a bit of a Cinderella story at the Winter volleyball tournament. Besides ourselves and Winter – South Shore, Cornell, LCO, Flambeau, and Frederic were there. We lost every one of our pool matches in 3 sets going into bracket play last place. LCO 25-9, 24-26, 16-17. Flambeau 17-25, 25-18, 13-15. Frederic 11-25, 25-10, 5-15. We were right there in every match but consistently came up short making mistakes at the most un-opportune time. The first bracket match was against 1st place South Shore. We beat South Shore in 3 sets 25-14, 10-25, 15-11. We then went on to play Winter and won in 2 sets 25-17, 25-21 putting us into the Championship match against Cornell. We lost to Cornell 24-26, 20-25 taking 2nd place in the tournament. I was extremely proud of our team. It would have been very easy to give up after the pool play but they didn’t. They dug down deep and played tough till the end of the day. There were mistakes throughout the day but there was also some very strong and aggressive play from them. I hope this gives them the confidence they need as we come up to tournament play.
Jersey Polencheck led the day with 34 kills followed by Cassy Bortz with 28. Bella Bourgard led the day with 18 service aces followed by Jersey with 17. Bella also had 51 assists. Olivia Lawver led the day with 61 digs followed by Jersey with 49 and Cassy with 44. Thank you, Kim Bortz Butternut Volleyball
High School Football
Mosinee 14 Lakeland 7
Tomahawk 65 Northern Elite 21
Medford 40 Antigo 0
Ashland 28 Hayward 12
Gilman 42 Phillips 6
Chequamegon 50 Winter/Birchwood 8
Hurley 54 Prentice/Rib Lake 0
High School Girls Volleyball
Lakeland 25 15 8
Mosinee 27 25 25
The Phillips Loggers upped their conference record to 4-0 with a 3 set win over Chequamegon 25-7 25-15 25-17 Attack kills Elsa Schluter 8 Jada Eggebrecht and Brianna Guzinski 6 Elsa also led in digs w 10 Emily Schultz served 5 aces Jensen Weik had 16 assists Logger JV won 3-0…..25-9 25-15 25-17
(From Coach Bortz)
We lost a conference match at home against Mercer in 3 sets 10-25, 21-25, 24-26.
Mercer is a strong team and it took us a set to get the jitters out and make some defensive changes in order to match up better. Sets two and three we played them a lot stronger but still struggled with digging up their attacks. With the digs not there we weren’t consistent with our own attacking giving them way to many free balls. I was proud of how they didn’t give up and played strong right till the end. Playing teams like Mercer will only make us better.
Kendra Pritzl led the team with 5 kills followed by Cassy Bortz with 4. Jersey Polencheck had a great night setting with 12 assists. Olivia Lawver led the team with 3 service aces followed by Jersey with 2. Natalee Pollitt led the team with 13 digs followed by Bella Bourgard and Olivia with 12 each.
JV lost tonight in 3 sets 24-26, 25-16, 17-15. They played well tonight and continue to show improvement each time they’re on the court.
Both Kendra Pritzl and Kaycie Scherwinski led the team with 5 kills. Kaycie had 7 assists. Pria Popowski led the team with 5 service aces followed by Kendra with 3. Kaycie led the team with 20 digs followed by Ivy Popowski with 13.
(From Coach Bortz)
Butternut won a non-conference match against LCO in 5 sets 25-20, 26-24, 13-25, 24-26, 15-11.
Tonight was a fun match against two even teams, it really could have gone either way. My girls came out strong in the first 2 sets but then mistakes killed us in sets 3 and 4. LCO capitalized nicely on our mistakes. Set 5 was back and forth and my girls pushed right through till the very end never giving up and getting the win. I was very proud of how they played tonight.
Cassy Bortz led the team with 9 kills followed by Jersey Polencheck and Kendra Pritzl with 6 each. Bella Bourgard had a great night of setting with 18 assists. Cassy led the team with 31 digs followed by Bella with 28. Pria Popowski and Jersey Polencheck led the team with 4 service aces each followed by Bella and Kendra with 2 each.
The JV won their set 25-21.
They played great tonight improving their movement on the floor. Kendra Pritzl led the team with 2 kills and 3 service aces. Digging was a team effort with Ivy Popowski, Kaycie Scherwinski, Kendra, Isabelle Pryzlbylski, and Joee Engel with 2 each. Both Ivy and Kaycie had 2 assists.
Phillips travelled to Three Lakes to participate in a triangular meet against Columbus ranked #7 and Three Lakes #2 in Division 4 resulted in a split for the Logger Varsity team and a sweep for the JV.
Logger V wins against Columbue 25-15, 15, 20
Lost to Three LAkes 19-15, 21-25, 28-26
Wins vs Columbus 25-2o, 27-25, 9-25
Wins vs Three Lakes 25-23, 23-25, 25-20
I’m Marawood conference action Phillips wins at home over prentice 25-10, 25-9, 25-17. JV wins 2-1.
Blocks 7 total for the team
Elsa schluter 4
Brianna Guzinski 8
Jada Eggebrecht 8
Kendall Weik 12
Jensen Weik 15
Kacy Eggebrecht 13
We beat ourselves tonight with the high number of errors on the floor. 24 hitting errors is not going to win a match. They got into their own heads and couldn’t come out of it. Kudos to Hurley who outplayed us tonight. It was definitely a learning match for us.
Jersey Polencheck led the team with 5 kills followed by Kendra Pritzl with 3. Kendra also had 5 service aces followed by Bella Bourgard with 3. Bella also led with 8 assists. Natalee Pollitt led the team with 26 digs followed by Pria Popowski with 22.
JV lost tonight 15-25, 26-28. They did well and are improving every match they play.
Kaycie Scherwinski led the team with 3 kills and 4 service aces. Joy Oyunbileg led the team with 5 digs.
High School Girls Volleyball
The Loggers VB team traveled to Ashland for the Battle of the Bay tournament. The varsity went 4-1-1 finishing 2nd of 7 teams. Loggers wins came over Wakefield, Bessemer, Shell Lake and Drummond. The Loggers tied Ashland in pool play and eventually lost the championship match to the Oredockers 25-15, 22-25, 13-15. Jada Eggebrecht had 48 attack kills to lead the team, Elsa Schluter had 33 and Brianna Guzinski 32. Kacy Eggebrecht had 47 digs. Kendall Weik 62 assists and Jensen Weik 52. Megan DeLasky and Solita Kaster both had 5 blocks. The JV team won 4 games and lost 2.
We won a conference match tonight against Drummond in 5 sets 25-15, 25-21, 14-25, 23-25, 18-16.
It was quite a match tonight with the momentum changing constantly. We were evenly balanced. When we struggled on errors they capitalized and vice versa. I was very proud of our team for not giving up and working hard right till the last point. They support each other and build each other up to get out of their slumps. Many great plays occurred both offensively and defensively.
Cassy Bortz and Bella Bourgard led the team with 7 kills each followed by Jersey Polencheck with 5. Kendra Pritzl led the team with 5 service aces followed by Bella with 4. Jersey led the team with 11 assists. Natalee Pollitt was extremely strong in her libero role tonight with 15 digs followed by Cassy with 11.
The JV team won their set tonight 25-19.
Ivy Popowski and Lauren Sales led the team with 2 kills each. Kaycie Scherwinski led with 2 digs. Natalee Pollitt, Ivy, Kaycie, and Isabelle Przybylski each had 1 service ace.
Tonight was a fun night and we were able to get some of our younger girls in for some varsity time. We started off very slow with multiple mistakes but then they started playing like they could. Serving was an issue tonight giving up 22 points on serves. That is something we cannot do again. However – the energy and teamwork at the end of the night was amazing. They were animals on the court digging up everything and were very strong offensively. That is something we can do again.
Cassy Bortz, Bella Bourgard, and Kendra Pritzl led the night with 6 kills each. Jersey Polencheck led the night with 13 digs followed by Bailey Bebeau with 8. Jersey also led the team with 13 service aces followed by Bella with 8.
The Loggers competed at the Marathon Tournament on Saturday finishing in 3rd place. The Loggers were 2-1 in pool play starting the day with a loss to host Marathon (1-2, 25-15, 19-25, 12-15) The Loggers followed that with victories over Thorp (2-1 25-16, 20-25, 15-7) and Spencer 2-0 25-13, 25-18. In the cross over championship pool the Loggers lost 1-2 to Fall Creek (25-23, 18-25, 9-15) and finished the day with a 2-0 victory over Stratford (25-19, 25-22)
Phillips is now 9-5 and will next compete on Tuesday, Sept 7 in a conference match at Athens.
Jada Eggebrecht led the team in attacks.
Kacy Eggebrecht led the team in digs
Jensen Weik led the team in assists.
Cross Country – @ Timm’s Hill
Phillips Boys High School – 3rd (top runners Connor Gabay (4th) and Maverick Hoogland (6th))
Phillips Girls High School – 3rd (top runner Allie Adomaitis (3rd))
Phillips Boys Middle School – 2nd (Top runner – Gavin Esterholm (1st))
Phillips Girls Middle School – 3rd (Top runner – Leah Harper (4th))
Cross Country @ Ashland
Butternut lost a non-conference match against Chequamegon in 4 sets 25-20, 20-25, 14-25, 15-25. This was our first match of the season and it was nice to work some of the kinks out before heading into conference play. The girls did a lot of great, positive things tonight but we also had plenty of mistakes. Mistakes that seemed to lead to a loss of momentum. I look forward to our upcoming season as I know they are capable of being very successful in our conference. Senior Cassy Bortz led the team with 9 digs followed by Junior Natalee Pollitt and Sophomore Jersey Polencheck with 8 each. Jersey also led the team with 5 service aces followed by Senior Bella Bourgard with 2. Senior Olivia Lawver led the team with 7 kills followed by Cassy with 4.
The JV split 16-25, 25-20.
Sophomore Kaycie Scherwinski and Ivy Popowski led the team with 5 digs and 2 kills each. Natalee Pollitt led the team with 2 service aces.
The Phillips volleyball team competed in the 2-day Great River Sprawl in Onalaska, finishing 3rd of 24 teams. The highlight was a win over Middleton the eventual overall champion. The Loggers went 6-3 overall with victories over Northwestern, Iowa Grant, Black River Falls, Middleton, Cuba City and Clear Lake. The Loggers losses came at the hands of Fall Creek, Onalaska and Middleton.
Attacks: Jada Eggebrecht, Brianna Guzinski & Elsa Schluter
Assists: Jensen and Kendall Weik
Digs: Kacy & Jada Eggebrecht
Blocks: Solita Kaster
Other playing participating and playing important roles:
Megan Delaesky, Emily Schultz, Brooke Eckert and Alie Williams
High School Football
Kenosha Indian Trail 42 Medford 19
Kingdrom Prep Lutheran 12 Rib Lake/Prentice 0
Edgar 35 Lakeland 0
Northwestern 42 Ashland 7
Rhinelander 32 Tomahawk 0
Osceola 46 Hayward 8
(From Coach Glenn Wegner)
3 Butternut Mercer Pioneers softball players were selected for the 2021 Indianhead All Conference team (photo left to right listed in order) First Team- Jr #4 Cassy Bortz, P, SS
Bortz led the team on the mound with 4 wins and a very nice 2.55 Era with 55 Innings pitched, 43 strikeouts and only 13 walks on the season. At the plate, Bortz was the leadoff batter all season and tallied a .467 Ave with 22 Runs scored, 12 RBI, drew 12 walks and nabbed 13 stolen bases with only 1 strikeout and 1 defensive error all season.
“Cassy was our team MVP and had a very solid year all around. She took over the role as team leader and set the tone for every game. Her command on the mound was incredible as she was hitting all the locations and pitches I was calling out. She added some power to her bat this season and as always showed terrific base running skills. Not only that, but she plays a pretty mean shortstop position as well. Her consistent high level of play earned her a tie for second place overall in the voting for Conference Player of the Year and she will be poised to have another great year as a Senior next year”
Second Team- Sr #16 Riannon Kolar, 1B
Kolar lead the Pioneer offense with a .532 batting average, 22 Runs scored and conference leading 23 RBI. Kolar also lead the conference with a whopping 9 triples on the season to go along with 3 doubles and 5 stolen bases. Along with Bortz, she to had only 1 strikeout on the year at the plate. “Riannon was our offensive leader and consistently hit for power and was really aggressive on the base paths. She had some really big clutch hits for us and was a joy to have on the team. She took over the 1st base position this year and did a fine job. Her energetic, fun loving attitude resonated through the team and her presence will surely be missed next year. Her demeanor will carry her on in her next stage of life as she enters the Air Force and I couldn’t be more proud of her.”
Honorable Mention- FR #2 Jersey Polencheck, SS,P
Polencheck lead the offense with 25 Runs scored and was second on the team with 10 Stolen Bases and was a consistent threat at the plate with some pretty good power in her bat. Polencheck displayed athleticism at the shortstop position with some incredible range and a big arm. She also got some good action on the mound with 2 wins in 25 2/3 Innings with 7.64 ERA and 32 Strikeouts. “Jersey will be an absolute force for the next few years and is a very good all around athlete. Extremely smart and aggressive on the bases and squares up on the ball at the plate. Having her come in as a Freshman and establish herself as a power pitcher really compliments our pitching staff and she will only get better. Her softball instincts are second to none and she will have huge expectations next year.”
High School Girls Softball
Butternut/Mercer 20 Prentice 2
Butternut Mercer Pioneer played host to Prentice on Wednesday night and winning 20-2. After Prentice grabs a run in the top of the first, the Pioneers explode for 15 runs in the bottom of the first led by Molly Hohner with 2 hits and 4 RBI. The Pioneers were also very patient at the plate drawing 12 free passes. Prentice goes scoreless in the top of the 2nd with Butternut Mercer grabbing another run on an RBI single by Olivia Lawver. Prentice answers with a run of their own in the top of the 3rd but the Pioneers plate 4 more in the bottom of the 3rd as they draw 6 more free passes for a final score of 20-2 after 3 innings. Cassy Bortz strong on the mound for Butternut Mercer going 3 complete only giving up 2 unearned runs on 2 hits, 1 walk with 5 strikeouts. Riannon Kolar pitches a scoreless extra JV inning with a strikeout and inning ending double play. The Pioneers play host to Drummond this Friday for a conference game.
The 3rd Annual Team S.E.a.L. “Northwoods Open” clay target event drew over 200 scholastic and collegiate clay target competitors to northern Wisconsin May 21-22, and in spite of soggy conditions, Team S.E.a.L. shooters came through with their top individual and team performances of the year taking home top team honors in Sporting Clays, Trap Singles, and Skeet events. Team S.E.a.L. shooters also took home top honors winning individual titles in Collegiate Trap Singles, Sporting Clays, Skeet and Trap Doubles; Senior Sporting Clays and Skeet; and Rookie Trap Singles and Sporting Clays.
Hosted annually by Team S.E.a.L. with the support of the Harshaw Sports Club and the Minocqua Gun Club, this Scholastic Clay Target Program sanctioned event is largest scholastic clay target event in northern Wisconsin
Senior Division performances were highlighted by Delton Heizler’s individual win in Sporting Clays with an event overall high of 83 and Jackson Grendys win in skeet with an event overall high of 94. Etahn Michek was the high overall event Champion with a four event total of 342/400.
S.E.a.L. Rookie division shooters had strong showings in Trap SIngles with Storm Heizler taking the win by breaking 82 out of 100 targets. Storm was followed by Jocelyn Stefanski who brokle 42 targets to take the silver medal. Nask Abraham completed the podium sweep for Team S.E.a.L. by breaking 26 to take the bronze. Lane Abraham led all S.E.a.L. Intermediate shooters in Trap SIngles by breaking 81 targets on the day.
In the Collegiate Division, Sam Nesbit swept top honors in Trap SIngles, Doubles, Sporting Clays and Skeet, posting a grand total of 333/400 and taking second place in the High Overall Category.
Team S.E.a.L. will return to action in June with appearances at the Wisconsin Clay Target Program State Championships and in July at the SCTP National Championships near Columbus, Ohio.
Next up for the Pioneers is a twin bill at Mellen this Thursday.
High School Baseball
Edgar 11 Chequamegon 3 (3 innings rained out)
Abbotsford 8 Assumption 2
Aburndale 1 Athens 0
Stratford 3 Rib Lake 1
High School Softball
Auburndale 19 Athens 9
Edgar 17 Chequamegon 0
Phillips 6 Marathon 1
Stratfrod 12 Rib Lake 2
TEAM S.e.a.L. Trap Shooting Team
S.E.a.L. Clay Target Team has strong showing at Northwoods Shootout in Wabeno
Team S.E.a.L. Clay Target athletes traveled to Wabeno, WI on Sunday April 25 to take part in the second Scholastic Clay Target Program “Northwoods Shootout” at Padus Nicolet Gun Club. While the wind made for some challenging targets, the spring sun warmed up both the air and Team S.E.a.L. shooters who came away from their first tournament of the year with some impressive team and individual performances!
Building on her past conference and national success, Bailey Beilke brought home another gold medal, winning the Ladies Varsity title breaking 44 out of 50 targets including 25 straight to begin the day.
Luke Murphy took the bronze medal in the Men’s JV age division with an extremely strong 48/50. Harland Kasowicz followed Luke in 4th place with a fine round of 47.
Sam Nesbit, in his first collegiate division shoot, brought home the silver medal for Team S.E.a.L..
Finally, the JV Mens Squad of Luke Murphy, Harland Kasowicz, Ethan Michek, Wyatt Vetter and Jonathan Grendys combined as a squad to bring home the trophy for 3rd place in the mens JV team event.
Team S.E.a.L. Continues week three of league shooting this week and also travels to the SCTP Regional Tournament in Green Bay, WI.
TEAM S.e.a.L. Trap Shooting Team
The S.E.a.L. Shooting Team trap shooters kicked off their 2021 shooting season on April 11 with a week one match against the Blue Hills Shooting Stars from Rice Lake. Team S.E.a.L.’s Varsity squad tied with Blue Hills with the top five shooters from each squad totaling 110 targets each on the day. Scoring for Team S.E.a.L.on the day were Jase Hlavacek who carded a perfect round of 25, Delton Heizler with a 24, John Wartgow with 21, and Bailey Beilke and Jackson Grendys finished with 20’s on the day.
The S.E.a.L. JV squad got off to a fast start with a match victory over Blue Hills, totaling 109 targets on the day. Leading the way for the S.E.a.L. JV’s was Ethan Michek with 25 straight, followed by Wyatt Vetter’s 23, Harland Kasowicz 21, and Jake Fusak and Luke Murphy with 20’s.
S.E.a.L.’s Intermediate Advanced squad posted a 53-32 victory over Blue Hills. Scoring for the S.E.a.L.s on the day were Lane Abraham and Aryon Deleasky with a 20’s and Joe Wartgow with 13.
The Intermediate Entry level squad dropped their first match of the season 43-33 to Blue Hills. Scoring on the day for the S.E.a.L.’s were Chayton Carlson and McCoy Deleasky with 15’s and Jalen Brunell with a 3.
The S.E.a.L Rookies started the season strongly, posting a 59-4 victory over Blue Hills. Storm Heizler led the rookie squad posting carding a 23, while Luke Poetzl shot a 15, Joycelyn Stefanski 11, Nash Abraham 8 and Reed Haskins 2.
The S.E.a.L.s are looking forward to their week 2 match against Hayward and their first travel tournament of the year April 25th at the Padus Nicolet Gun Club in Wabeno, WI.
High School Football
Oakfield 39 Chequamegon 8
High School Football
Chequamegon 30 Sevastopol 12
High School Football
Chequamegon 28 Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 20
High School Fooball
Sturgeon Bay 22 Chequamegon 18
High School Boys Basketball
Chequamegon 64 Mercer 34
Joe Newbury 19pts/8 rebounds, Isaiah Deitz 17pts/8 rebounds, Andrew Schienebeck 16 pts/10 rebounds,
Tanner Maier 10pts/9 rebounds
Edgar 59 Hurley 51
Bayfiedl 50 Washburn 43
Butternut 69 Ironwood 48
Scoring for Butternut: Vince Zahn 3points, Kody Mareno 17 points, Mike Brown 14 Points, Prestin Polencheck 9 points, Trent Pritzl 4 points, Eayon Wegner 2 points Hayden BeBeau 2 points, Brendan BeBeau 3 points, Orion Lawver 11 points, James Wegner 4 points
(From Coach LaRose) Overall we had a good start to the game and a great final 12 minutes. Our kids played hard today and really pushed through the tough points of the game and kept our focus. We shot the ball well from the free-throw line down the stretch, and that helped our cause and allowed us to keep control of the game. Very proud of our effort.
High School Boys Basketball
Tomahawk 61 Crandon 41
Newman Catholic 66 Prentice 49
Athens 58 Auburndale 49
Marathon 78 Phillips 51
Bayfield 61 Ironwood, MI 40
Hurley 69 Mellen 51
Bloomer 54 South Shore 49
High School Boys Basketball
Butternut 64 LCO 61
Kody Mareno 4 points, Mike Brown 15, Prestin Polencheck 20m, Trent Pritzl 7 points , Eayon Wegner 2 points
Hayden BeBeau 2 points, Orion Lawver 4 points, James Wegner 10 points
Hurley 57 Chequamegon 54
Tanner Maier 21, Joe Newbury 20
Drummond 55 Mercer 25
Mellen 63 Bayfield 54
Rhinelander 81 ANtigo 67
Medford 70 Mosinee 65
Edgar 66 Assumption 33
Stratford 80 Rib Lake 54
Northwestern 113 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 40
South Shore 61 Washburn 53
Flambeau 62 Winter 46
Superior 59 Ashland 47
Athens 56 Phillips 51
Saint Croix Falls 82 Ladysmith 69
(Girls Tournament Basketball 2/9/21)
Butternut girls hosted Bayfield in the 4/5 seed match to start Regional play. Butternut came out of the gates with aggressive defense and rebounding to build an early 23-5 lead. Bayfield hung in to trail 31-16 at half. Butternut extended the lead in the second half pulling away for a 71-35 win. Gwen McCorison led all scorers with 31. Riannon Kolar has a solid night with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Jersey Polencheck 8 points, 4 assists. Cassy Bortz 6 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists.
Izzy Cornelius led Bayfield with 13 and Autumn Gordon with 9. We did a good job working together to stop Autumn tonight after she lit us up for 27 in Bayfield. It was a good team effort, two good halves.
Butternut 8-11 travels to top seed South Shore on Friday.
Aiden Miesbauer (7-4) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.
- Quarterfinal – Kayne Johnson (Cameron) 8-2 won by fall over Aiden Miesbauer (Chequamegon) 7-4 (Fall 0:31)
- Cons. Round 1 – Brooks Kraus (Athens) 15-4 won by fall over Aiden Miesbauer (Chequamegon) 7-4 (Fall 0:53)
Sebastian Barnabus (6-8) placed 6th and scored 6.0 team points.
- Quarterfinal – Brayden Sonnentag (Cadott) 16-0 won by fall over Sebastian Barnabus (Chequamegon) 6-8 (Fall 1:07)
- Cons. Round 1 – Sebastian Barnabus (Chequamegon) 6-8 won by forfeit over James Knight (Glenwood City) 0-2 (For.)
- Cons. Semi – Bryce Baldwin (Cumberland) 10-3 won by fall over Sebastian Barnabus (Chequamegon) 6-8 (Fall 0:21)
- 5th Place Match – Josh Davidsaver (Saint Croix Falls) 10-5 won by decision over Sebastian Barnabus (Chequamegon) 6-8 (Dec 5-3)
John Miller (7-7) placed 5th and scored 9.5 team points.
- Quarterfinal – Tristan Neisinger (Spring Valley/Elmw.) 11-6 won by decision over John Miller (Chequamegon) 7-7 (Dec 2-1)
- Cons. Round 1 – John Miller (Chequamegon) 7-7 won by tech fall over Ashton Bremness (Cadott) 7-6 (TF-1.5 0:00 (15-0))
- Cons. Semi – Mason Quade (Turtle Lake/Clayton) 13-3 won by fall over John Miller (Chequamegon) 7-7 (Fall 1:24)
- 5th Place Match – John Miller (Chequamegon) 7-7 won by fall over Emma Gruenhagen (Boyceville) 7-10 (Fall 3:15)
Owen Miesbauer (10-4) placed 5th and scored 6.0 team points.
- Quarterfinal – Matthew Anderson (Clear Lake) 14-3 won by fall over Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) 10-4 (Fall 4:45)
- Cons. Round 1 – Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) 10-4 won by decision over Devin Roff (Cumberland) 10-4 (Dec 11-10)
- Cons. Semi – Ira Bialzik (Boyceville) 14-4 won by fall over Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) 10-4 (Fall 0:34)
- 5th Place Match – Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) 10-4 won by decision over Cole Romsos (Cameron) 9-5 (Dec 17-13)
Collin Luhtala (8-5) placed 5th and scored 8.0 team points.
- Quarterfinal – Raife Smart (Stratford) 12-1 won by fall over Collin Luhtala (Chequamegon) 8-5 (Fall 0:53)
- Cons. Round 1 – Collin Luhtala (Chequamegon) 8-5 won by fall over Ryker Allen (Cumberland) 2-4 (Fall 3:10)
- Cons. Semi – Kaylie Upson (Phillips) 6-2 won by fall over Collin Luhtala (Chequamegon) 8-5 (Fall 0:55)
- 5th Place Match – Collin Luhtala (Chequamegon) 8-5 won by decision over Axel Tegels (Cadott) 4-7 (Dec 6-3)
- Quarterfinal – Bennett Bergmann (Saint Croix Falls) 13-2 won by major decision over Parker Anderson (Phillips) 8-5 (MD 10-2)
- Cons. Round 1 – Parker Anderson (Phillips) 8-5 won by fall over Mitchell Fedie (Mondovi) 5-9 (Fall 2:43)
- Cons. Semi – Dawson Webster (Cadott) 14-3 won by fall over Parker Anderson (Phillips) 8-5 (Fall 0:35)
- 5th Place Match – Jackson Ormond (Stratford) 17-2 won by fall over Parker Anderson (Phillips) 8-5 (Fall 2:32)
Kaylie Upson (6-2) placed 4th and scored 14.0 team points.
- Quarterfinal – Kaylie Upson (Phillips) 6-2 won by fall over Axel Tegels (Cadott) 4-7 (Fall 3:03)
- Semifinal – Paul Schwebach (Spring Valley/Elmw.) 10-6 won by fall over Kaylie Upson (Phillips) 6-2 (Fall 0:23)
- Cons. Semi – Kaylie Upson (Phillips) 6-2 won by fall over Collin Luhtala (Chequamegon) 8-5 (Fall 0:55)
- 3rd Place Match – Raife Smart (Stratford) 12-1 won by fall over Kaylie Upson (Phillips) 6-2 (Fall 0:57)
Lakeland was 11th out of 28 teams with only 4 guys.
Liam Hogan 50 Free – 2nd place New School Record 21.19
100 Free – 2nd place New School Record 47.25
Max Nowak 500 Free – 15th place 5:13.00
Avery Tucker 100 Back – 8th place 55.51
200 Free Relay – Max Nowak, Maverick Metzger, Avery Tucker, Liam Hogan 8th Place
400 Free Relay – same guys 8th place
Lexi Harris led the Eagles with 8, Jene Scherwinski with 4.
Lakeland Union/Mercer (LUME) 36.0 Mosinee (MOSI) 24.0
132: Brady Abb (LUME) over (MOSI) (For.) 138: Chase Kmosena (MOSI) over Logan Strasburg (LUME) (Fall 1:32) 145: Jose Retana (LUME) over Mathew Obremski (MOSI) (Fall 0:45) 152: Zane Grams (LUME) over Logan Johnson (MOSI) (Dec 8-5) 160: Gage Coppock (MOSI) over Tommy Howard (LUME) (Fall 0:05) 170: Jerry Goselin (LUME) over (MOSI) (For.) 182: Double Forfeit 195: Leonard Chosa (LUME) over Ben Folwarski (MOSI) (Dec 12-10) 220: Landon Saglin (LUME) over Zach Owens (MOSI) (Fall 2:31) 285: Esaube Brown (LUME) over Teryn Walls (MOSI) (Fall 0:47) 106: Double Forfeit 113: Jackson Folwarski (MOSI) over (LUME) (For.) 120: Dillon Severt (MOSI) over (LUME) (For.) 126: Double Forfeit
Team score : ashland-118.975. Chequamegon -68.575.
Top Chequamegon gymnasts: Kristina Peterson hAd another very strong night placing 1st on the vault
8.3, tied for 1st on the floor with a 7.85,3rd on the beam with a 7.175,5th in the bars 5.8,and a 3rd in the all-around with a 29.125.
Crandon (CRAN) 54.0 Lakeland Union/Mercer (LUME) 18.0
195: Leonard Chosa (LUME) over SIlas Dennee (CRAN) (SV-1 6-4) 220: Double Forfeit 285: Landon Saglin (LUME) over Conner Lawrence (CRAN) (Dec 4-1) 106: Brayden Madl (CRAN) over (LUME) (For.) 113: Elias Glinski (CRAN) over (LUME) (For.) 120: Eian Wilson (CRAN) over (LUME) (For.) 126: Hutson kane (CRAN) over Ben Nemcek (LUME) (Fall 3:13) 132: Carsyn Meyer (CRAN) over Jerome LaBarge (LUME) (Fall 2:41) 138: Cole Shepherd (CRAN) over Logan Strasburg (LUME) (Fall 0:54) 145: Mason Mullins (CRAN) over (LUME) (For.) 152: Brett Palubicki (CRAN) over Jose Retana (LUME) (Fall 2:29) 160: Zane Grams (LUME) over Caden Palubicki (CRAN) (Fall 3:34) 170: Carter Bissonette (CRAN) over Tommy Howard (LUME) (Fall 1:57) 182: Jerry Goselin (LUME) over Rowan Pagel (CRAN) (Fall 5:27)
Lakeland Union/Mercer (LUME) 18.0 Wabeno/Laona (WALA) 18.0
285: Double Forfeit 106: Justin Funmaker (LUME) over (WALA) (For.) 113: Brady Shepard (WALA) over (LUME) (For.) 120: Double Forfeit 126: Ben Nemcek (LUME) over Kevin Sheldon (WALA) (Fall 1:06) 132: Double Forfeit 138: Brady Abb (LUME) over Paige Peterson (WALA) (Fall 0:37) 145: Double Forfeit 152: Double Forfeit 160: Double Forfeit 170: Ryan Roy (WALA) over Jerry Goselin (LUME) (Fall 2:45) 182: Frank Shepard (WALA) over (LUME) (For.) 195: Double Forfeit 220: Double Forfeit
285: Leonard Chosa (LUME) over Augustus Fink (THLP) (Dec 15-11) 106: Double Forfeit 113: Double Forfeit 120: Double Forfeit 126: Double Forfeit 132: Logan Strasburg (LUME) over Zander Ginet (THLP) (Fall 1:06) 138: Double Forfeit 145: Tyson Coy (LUME) over Noah Davies (THLP) (Fall 1:24) 152: Jesse Dupuis (THLP) over Jose Retana (LUME) (Dec 9-4) 160: Piersson Czaplinski (THLP) over Zane Grams (LUME) (MD 11-2) 170: Double Forfeit 182: Double Forfeit 195: Zeke Logalbbo (THLP) over (LUME) (For.) 220: Landon Saglin (LUME) over Jack Breier (THLP) (Fall 4:47)
Gwen McCorison led the team with 11 kills followed by Cassy Bortz with 6. Olivia Lawver led the team with 7 digs followed by Gwen and Jersey Polencheck with 5 each. Jersey, Cassy, and Gwen had one ace each. Jersey had 10 assists followed by Ivy Popowski with 9.
JV lost the match 25-16, 14-25, 3-15
Butternut lost a conference match tonight in Mercer in 4 sets 25-15, 21-25, 7-25, 8-25. Gwen McCorison led the team in digs with 13 followed by Natalee Pollitt with 10. Gwen also led with 9 kills followed by Jersey Polencheck with 5. Bella Bourgard led the team with 8 assists followed by Jersey with 6. Both Gwen and Bella had 2 service aces each. Butternut JV won both sets 25-19, 15-13.
Butternut lost a conference game at home against Hurley in 4 sets 10-25, 29-27, 23-25, 17-25.
Gwen McCorison led the team with 9 kills followed by Olivia Lawver with 8. Jersey polencheck led the team with 4 service aces. Cassy Bortz led the team with 18 digs followed by Gwen with 14.
The JV team lost both matches 22-25, 9-15. Thank you, Kim Bortz Butternut volleyball
Logger volleyball had a non-conference match home vs Ashland
Both Varsity and JV went 3-0 on the night
Varsity scores were: 25-10, 26-16 and 25-13
Attack kills: Jada Eggebrecht 9, Brianna Guzinski, Rachel callow and Elsa Schluter 6
Assist: Jensen Weik 19 Kendall Weik 9
Service aces: Rachel callow 6 Kendall Weik 3 Digs Jada 12 Rachel 10 JV scores were: 25-17, 25-17 and 15-11
Butternut won a home match against Solon Springs tonight in 3 sets 25-19, 25-17, 25-23.
Gwen McCorison led the team with 8 kills followed by Cassy Bortz, Olivia Lawver, and Pria Popowski with 2 each. Jersey Polencheck led the team with 11 service aces followed by Olivia with 5. Cassy led the team with 10 digs followed by Pria with 9.
JV split with Solon 1-1, 25-18 and 13-15.
Phillips VB wins over Wisconsin Rapids assumption on Parents/senior night 3-0
25-15, 25-9, 25-9
Seniors contributing to the victory included Caitlyn McDonald, Ashlee Podmolik, Kylie Cwikla and Rachel Callow.
Attack Leaders: Jada Eggebrecht 12, Rachel Callow 7
Assists: Jensen Weik 23, Kendall weik 12
Aces: Kendall Weik 4
Digs: Rachel Callow and Kacy Eggebrecht 6 each
The Loggers move to 5-1 in the Marawood Conference
Jensen Weik 20 service point w 3 aces
18 assists and 9 digs
Elsa Schluter 2 blocks
Jada Eggebrecht 20 attack kills
High School Girls Volleyball
The Phillips Loggers defeated the Athens Bluejays in Marawood conference action 3-0. 25-15, 25-11, 25-16. Jada Eggebrecht had 21 attack kills, Kendall Weik 8, Brianna Guzinski 7. Jensen Weik had 30 assist and Kendall 7.
Kendall has 13 digs and Rachel Callow 11.
Elsa Schulter and Kendall each had 2 blocks. Logger JV came from behind to defeat Athens 2-1. Phillips travels to Auburndale on Thursday
Boys Basketball1212/19Drummond 71 Butternut 62Josh Koch 35pt…..Michael Zielke 10ptsMercer 72 Bayfield 68Hurley 61 Washburn 52Ironwood 74 South Shore 49
Boys Hockey12/10/19TEAM S.e.a.L. 6 WSFLG 3Brendan Bebeau 4 goalsGrant Kief 1 goal/2 assistsGirls Basketball12/10/19Ashland 58 Northland Pines 31Athens 53 Chequamegon 22Medford 56 Prentice 42Mercer 58 Bayfield 48Mellen 71 Solon Springs 53South Shore 56 Ironwood, MI 39ELCHO 66 Abbotsford 26Newman Catholic 40 Assumption 33Auburndale 43 Edgar 42Marathon 59 Stratford 48Drummond 46 Butternut 23…….Butternut girls basketball traveled to Drummond for what would be a defensive grind. The Midgettes played well early, trailing by 3 at half. But they struggled offensively in the second half allowing Drummond to methodically pull away for the 46-23 win.Grace Wegner led Butterut with 9, Gwen McCorison with 6 and Cassy Bortz with 4. (Notes from Coach Scherwinski)
Wrestling Results from 12/3
Boys Basketball12/6/19Auburndale 81 Abbotford 24Phillips 48 Assumption 46Athens 68 Newman Catholic 55Marathon 72 Chequamegon 41Joe Newbury 12, Blake Karnick 9, Tanner Maier 8pts/5rebLakeland 59 Hayward 57Medford 70 Antigo 46Ashland 74 Mellen 63Northland Pines 75 Rhinelander 71Stratford 78 Prentice 32Rib Lake 53 Edgar 51Mosinee 69 Tomahawk 41
Boys Basketball12/5/19Chequamegon (1-1) 80 LCO 26-Blake Karnick 17, Joe Newbury 15, Tanner Maier 12Ashland 76 Washburn 73Frederic 61 Drummond 44Lakeland 56 Wausau West 51
Boys Hockey12/5/19Mosinee 11 Cheq/Phillips/Mercer/Butternut 1
Boys Basketball12/3/19Rib Lake 73 Chequamegon 50Tanner Maier 13, Kevin Chao 9, Bret Beil 9Butternut 51 ELCHO 48Josh Koch 21ptsPhillips 69 Prentice 65Athens 79 Abbotsford 44Auburndale 75 Assumption 37Rib Lake 73 Chequamegon 50DC Everest 81 Medford 70Merrill 82 lakeland 62Marathon 78 Newman Catholic 35Wittenberg-Birnamwood 64 Tomahawk 52
Girls Basketball12/2/19Ladysmith 59 Athens 16Marathon 51 Rib Lake 24Butternut 47 Chequamegon 38Butternut opened their season on the road at Chequamegon tonight. The teams went to the half tied at 17. Butternut was able to build a lead and then pull away down the stretch for the 47-38 victory. McCorison and Wegner got in foul trouble early in the 2nd half. But Emma Herbst took control down the stretch when the Eagles Shea Mineau got into foul trouble also, and then fouled out. Pria Popowski and Harley Heckendorf with some big minutes off the bench to allow the Midgettes to continue to gain ground while alternating McCorison and Wegner on the floor.Gwen McCorison lead all scorers with 17. Grace Wegner and Emma Herbst chipped in 10 points each.Jose Orr lead the eagles with 14 and Shea Mineau 9.2-3-FTA-FTM-Foul-TPPopowski 0-0-2-1-1- 1Heckendorf 2-0-3-1-1- 5Bortz 1-0-0-0-2- 2Herbst 2-0-11-6-3- 10Lawver 1-0-0-0-1- 2McCorison 6-0-10-5-4- 17Wegner 4-0-5-2-4- 10Kolar 0-0-2-0-0- 0Totals 16-0-33-15-16- 47Boys Basketball11/30/19Wausau West 77 Newman Catholic 45Wausau East 101 Ashland 66Columbus Catholic 58 Assumption 41Boys Basketball11/29/19Wausau East 89 Newman Catholic 62Wausau West 68 Ashland 61Stevens Point 89 Rhinelander 63Nekoosa 56 Assumption 5511/26/19Boys BasketballMercer 67 Lac Courte Oreilles 40Auburndale 72 Tomahawk 53Rib Lake 84 Northland Lutheran 40Owen-Withee 48 Bruce 43Shawano 60 Rhinelander 59
Boys Hockey11/25/19Tomahawk 8 TEAM S.E.A.L. 7 (ot)Boys Hockey11/22/19Lakeland 8 TEAM S.E.A.L. 0Girls Basketball11/21/19Phillips 79 Prentice 74 (ot)Chequamegon 43 Rib Lake 41Rhinelander 64 Merrill 54Lakeland 80 Wausau East 58South Shore 67 Lac Courte Oreilles 18Medford 49 Marshfield 40Athens 44 Abbotsford 37Assumption 50 Auburndale 28
Girls Basketball11/19/19Chequamegon 53 Mellen 50Medford 44 Colby 40Columbus Catholic 57 Rib lake 21Auburndale 63 Greenwood 31Edgar 69 Owen-Withee 54Prentice 74 Northland Pines 18Superior 54 Ashland 45
Attack kills: Jada Eggebrecht 32, Jessica Roush 43, Brianna Guzinski 22Assists: Rachel Callow 103Digs: Eggebrecht 49, Roush 34
Grace Wegner led the team with 29 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 9. Gwen led the team with 28 digs followed by Cassy Bortz with 23. Olivia Lawver led the team with 4 service aces followed by Gwen with 3.
Leading the Loggers in attack kills were Jessica Roush 11, Jada Eggebrecht and Brianna Guzinski 10 each
Rachel Callow 35 assists, Roush led the defense with 12 digs and Guzinski had 4 ace serves.
In JV action the Loggers won 3-0
High School Cross Country10/1/19South Shore Invite Results HEREHigh School Girls Volleyball10/1/19Mosinee 3 Lakeland 2 (25-8, 25-10, 26-24)Tomahawk 3 Antigo 2Northland Pines 3 Rhinelander 0Athens 3 Rib Lake 1Prentice 3 Chequamegon 0Stratford 3 Auburndale 2Newman Catholic 3 Edgar 0
High School Girls Volleyball9/30/19Mellen 3 Butternut 1 in 4 sets 12-25, 15-25, 25-11, 16-25.
Grace Wegner led the team with 10 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 7. Gwen led with 29 digs followed by Grace with 22. Bella Bourgard led the team with 2 service aces.High School Football9/27/19Chequamegon 40 White Lake/Elcho 7Phillips 52 McDonell Central 18Mosinee 45 Lakeland 35Merrill 35 Ashland 14Stratford 55 Auburndale 0Coleman 48 Northland Pines 7Edgar 48 Marathon 0Athens 12 Greenwood 6Rhinelaner 20 Antigo 10Tomahawk 36 Rib Lake/Prentice 0Medford 35 Wausau East 0Mellen 48 Washburn/Bayfield/SS 24Bruce 44 Mercer/Butternut 6Northwoods/Solon Springs 75 Winter/Birchwood 6High School Girls Volleyball9/26/19Butternut 3 Ironwood, MI 2 (22-25, 28-26, 25-14, 19-25, 15-9)Washburn 3 Mellen 0Tomahawk 2 Athens 1Prentice 2 Athens 0Girls Tennis9/26/19Lakeland 7 Phillips 0Singles
No. 1 – Kiah Gauthier, LAKELAND HIGH def. Trinity Pesko, PHILLIPS HIGH, 6-3, 6-4, -;
No. 2 – Lorraine Hammes, LAKELAND HIGH def. Sophia Debyl, PHILLIPS HIGH, 6-2, 6-3, -;
No. 3 – Maria Gironella, LAKELAND HIGH def. Allison Kulwicki, PHILLIPS HIGH, 7-6 (10), 6-2, -;
No. 4 – Emma Rose, LAKELAND HIGH def. Ella Teeters, PHILLIPS HIGH, 6-3, 6-3, -;
No. 1 – Hayley Fieck – Vivian Trapp, LAKELAND HIGH def. Hannah Angelo – Alyssa Hoffman, PHILLIPS HIGH, 6-4, 6-0, -;
No. 2 – Amaya White – Britta Salquist, LAKELAND HIGH def. Anna Angelo – Amy Kerner, PHILLIPS HIGH, 6-2, 6-0, -;
No. 3 – Brenna Fricke – Hailey Curtis, LAKELAND HIGH def. Carli Foytik – Niina Sawami, PHILLIPS HIGH, 6-0, 6-0, -;High School Cross Country9/21/19Smiley Invitational in Wausau Results HEREHigh School Football9/20/19Chequamegon 60 McDonell Central 14Lakeland 24 Antigo 13Abbotsford 36 Thorp 20Athens 50 Assumption 14Northland Pines 28 Crandon 0Edgar 42 Hurley 0Lomira 46 Tomahawk 6Auburndale 36 Marathon 6Medford 39 Rhinelander 14Stratford 83 Rib Lake/Prentice 0Phillips 54 White Lake/Elcho 14Mellen 60 Winter/Birchwood 22Northwoods/Solon Springs 36 Mercer/Butternut 14Girls Volleyball9/19/19Butternut 3 Hurley 0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-11)– Grace Wegner 9 kills, Gwen McCorison 6 kills, Bella Bourgard 4 service aces, Cassy Bortz 16 digsCrandon 2 Rhinelander 0Washburn 3 Ironwood, MI 0Medford 3 Eau Claire Memorial 1South Shore 3 Mellen 2Proctor, MN 3 Ashland 1Girls Volleyball9/17/19Drummond 3 Butternut 2 (25-18, 23-25, 25-21, 15-25, 15-11)Grace Wegner 15 kills, Gwen McCorison 5 kills, McCorison 20 digs, Cassy Bortz 19 digsAbbotsford 3 Chequamegon 0Prentice 3 Rib Lake 0Antigo 3 Rhinelander 0Mosinee 3 Northland Pines 2Medford 3 Lakeland 0 (25-21, 25-12, 25-13)
Girls Volleyball9/14/19Prentice goes 4-2 @ Auburndale Invitational.Wins over Pacelli, Assumption and Nekoosa.Bayport 2 Rib Lake 0Mosinee 2 Prentice 0
High School Football9/13/19Phillips 46 Three Lakes 24Chequamegon 38 Sturgeon Bay 8Siren 47 Mercer/Butternut 8Antigo 20 Ashland 0Stratford 46 Columbus 0Abbotsford 32 Gilman 13Medford 49 Lakeland 7Hurley 12 Northland Pines 7Rhinelander 31 Wausau East 13Athens 18 Thorp 12Auburndale 56 Tomahawk 6Edgar 42 Dover-Eyota 8Frederic 40 Mellen 0Washburn/Bayfield 22 Winter/Birchwood 18Girls Volleyball9/12/19Phillips 2 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 0 (25-16, 25-11)Northland Pines 2 Phillips 0 (14-25, 14-25)Bayfield 3 Butternut 1 (19-25, 25-13, 24-26, 15-25)Gwen McCorison led the team with 10 kills followed by Grace Wegner with 6. Gwen and Grace led the team with 18 digs each. Gwen and Olivia Lawver led the team with 3 service aces each.Prentice 3 Ladysmith 1Marathon 3 Pacelli 2Washburn 3 Bayfield 0Mercer 3 Mellen 0Auburndale 3 Iola-Scandanavia 1Girls Volleyball9/10/19Tomahawk 3 Lakeland 0Abbotsford 3 Athens 0Medford 3 Rhinelander 0Ashland 3 Superior 1Stratford 3 Edgar 1Lake Holcombe 3 Winter 2Prentice def. Phillips 3-0……25-18, 25-10, 25-14For Prentice – Olivia Burcaw 24 kills…..McKenna Isaacson 15 kills……Olvia Dettmering 38 assists.Butternut Defeats LCO in 3 sets 25-17, 25-11, 25-15. Grace Wegner led the team with 13 kills followed by Gwen Mccorison with 5. Gwen led the team with 18 digs followed by Cassy Bortz with 16. Cassy led the team with 5 aces followed by Gwen and Bella Bourgard with 4 each.
Cross Country9/7/19Copper Falls Invite Results HEREHigh School Football9/6/19Chequamegon 46 Tri-County 20Phillips 58 Marion/Tigerton 6Prairie Farm48 Winter/Birchwood 6Edgar 27 Auburndale 0Abbotsford 35 Loyal 28Medford 41 Ashland 14Athens 55 Owen-Withee 32Rhinelander 25 Lakeland 7Northland Pines 62 Rib Lake/Prentice 14Stratford 81 Tomahawk 0Mercer/Butternut 26 Washburn/South Shore 24Shell Lake 50 Mellen 6Girls Volleyball9/3/19
Phillips def. Washburn 3-0……25-16, 25-13, 25-19
Jada Eggebrecht and Brianna Guzinski 10 kills each….. Kendall Weik 33 assists…..Jessica Roush 2 blocks….. Rachel Callow 12 digs
Butternut def. Chequamegon 3-2,,,,,,25-15, 17-25, 25-21, 22-25, 15-11
For Butternut……Grace Wegner led the team with 17 kills. Gwen McCorison and Cassy Bortz each had 13 digs. Dakota Gavin led the team with 3 service aces
High School Cross Country8/31/19Results from Marshfield Meet HEREHigh School Football8/30/19Stratford 55 Antigo 0Augusta 18 Athens 6Auburndale 62 Blair-Taylor 14Gilman 27 Flambeau 0Abbotsford 46 Grantsburg 23Stanley-Boyd 14 Marathon 7Edgar 42 Mauston 0Medford 42 Chippewa Falls 0Lakeland 32 Northland Pines 27Pittsville 50 Rib Lake/Prentice 0Hurley 22 Ashland 0Alma Center Lincoln 60 Buternut/Mercer 26Clayton 12 Winter/Birchwood 8New Auburn 50 Mellen 22High School Football8/29/19Chequamegon 22 Three Lakes 6Phillips 34 Tri-County 8Girls Volleyball8/29/19Prentice 3 Gresham 0Prentice 2 Three Lakes 1Mercer 3 Gresham 0Mercer 2 Three Lakes 1High School Girls Voleyball8/27/19(From Coach Kim Bortz)We hosted a triangular volleyball tournament tonight with Phelps and Winter. We won the first match against Phelps 25-5, 25-8, and JV match 15-7. Phelps won the second match against Winter in 3 sets 24-26 winter, 23-25 Phelps, and 15-5 Phelps. We won the match against Winter 25-17, 25-19, and JV match 15-10.
I was very proud of how the girls started their season tonight. We have a new setter this year, sophomore Bella Bourgard, and she did amazing in her first varsity start with many assists. I was very proud of how she held her composure to get the job done. She performed like a seasoned varsity setter.
Everyone came out to play tonight with excellent movement and communication. They played hard and scrappy and were strong both offensively and defensively. Senior Grace Wegner led the night with 19 kills followed by Junior Gwen McCorison with 8. Gwen also led the team with 18 digs followed by Sophomore Cassy Bortz with 16. Gwen led the team with 11 service aces followed by Cassy with 6.
I’m excited to see what this team is going to accomplish this year. If they continue to play like they did tonight they will be very competitive.High School Football8/24/19New Auburn 36 Mercer/Butternut 6
High School Football8/23/19Shiocton 21 Ashland 6Turtle Lake 44 Hurley 16Lakeland 35 Cudahy 33Abbotsford 21 Marathon 0Auburndale 38 Pittsville 0Edgar 25 Baldwin-Woodville 12Greenwood 38 Tomahawk 0Medford 14 Rice Lake 0Rhinelander 21 Prescott 0Athens 47 Rib Lake/Prentice 6Stratford 41 Spencer/Columbus Catholic 0Wittenberg/Birnamwood 34 Northland Pines 0Bruce 34 Winter/Birchwood 16Luck 72 Mellen 32High School Football8/22/19Phillips 46 Chequamegon 14BaseballSectionals @ Shell Lake6/4/19Webster 12 Butternut/Mercer 1 (6 innings)State Track Results@ La CrosseLocal Results:
Jessica Roush – Phillips – 16th in prelim’s in the 100m Dash
Aubrey Shoeneman – Mercer – Shot Put – 1st Place – Division 3
Kaitlyn Erickson – Prentice – 12th in Prelim’s – 200M dash
Serena Moore – Prentice – 15th – 3200M Run
David Graf – Chequamegon – 13th Place in Pole Vault (Tied for 11th, tiebreakers finished 13th)
Dilan Schneider- Rib Lake – 15th in discus
Steven Petkau – Rib Lake – 9th in Triple Jump D3
4x200m Relay Team of Rib Lake – 8th in prelim’s and 8th in the finals
1) John Henry Hopkins SR 2) Ashton Keiser SO
3) Tyler Balgord SR 4) Connor Czysz SR
4x100m Relay Team – Rib Lake – 8th in prelim’s and 7th in finals
1) Tyler Balgord SR 2) Connor Czysz SR
3) John Henry Hopkins SR 4) Ashton Keiser SO
John Henry Hopkin of Rib Lake 8th in the Long Jump
Dilan Schneider 13th in the Shot Put
Kristina Peterson – CHequamegon – 13th in High Jump……Tied for 6th, tiebreaker placed her 13th
Aubrey Anderson – Lakeland – 5th in 800m Run
Ashley Peterson – 1600M Run – 3rd Place
Ashley Peterson -4th – 3200M Run
4x400m Relay Team 11th in prelim’s….
1) Mia Case SO 2) Riley Mauzer SR
3) Stephanie Mauzer SR 4) Aubrey Anderson JR
Lakeland 5th in 4×800 Relay
1) Riley Mauzer SR 2) Kate Melms SO
3) Stephanie Mauzer SR 4) Aubrey Anderson JR
Medford 6th in 4×800 Relay
1) Franny Seidel JR 2) Lauren Meyer SR
3) Alicia Kawa SO 4) Katie Phillips SO
Baily Nuutinen – Ashland – 6th in Pole Vault
Sami Stolp – Medford – 14th in Triple Jump
Desiree Wisemiller 5th in Shot Put – Medford
Leah Leonrad – 4th in Discus – Medford
4x800m Relay team – Medford – 17th
1) Derek Rudolph SR 2) Carson Church SO
3) Joey Sullivan FR 4) Joshua Fredrikson SR
Zach Hayes- Lakeland – Tied for 4th in Pole Vault
Justin Miller – Ashland – 14th in Long Jump
Vincent Strong – Lakeland – 15th in Triple JumpBaseball5/29/19Bloomer 7 Chequamegon 3 (9 innings)R H EChequamegon 3 6 6Bloomer 7 11 1
TrackSectionals5/23/19Baseball5/22/19Chequamegon 5 Hurley 1WP – Max BrunnerLeading Hitters: Chase Kronberger and Alec O’Meara 2 hits eachSoftball5/21/19The number 5 seed Butternut Mercer Pioneers softball team traveled to #4 Drummond in the second round of Regional action on Tuesday night and fell short 11-1 to the Lumberjills. B/M strands 2 runners in the top of the first with a single by Taylar Bortz and a walk to Grace Wegner. Drummond plates 2 in the bottom of the first thanks to a double, 2 singles and a fielder’s choice RBI. Emma Herbst singles after 1 out in the second and Jess Klopatek draws a walk but are left stranded again. Drummond scores 4 in the bottom of the frame thanks to a a couple defensive miscues and a big 3 run home run by Kelsie Wiezorek. After a 1-2-3 inning by both teams in the 3rd, B/M mounts a rally with Riannon Kolar reaching on an error and advancing on a fielder’s choice and reaching 3rd on a wild pitch. Emma Herbst grounds into a fielder’s choice to bring Kolar in to score. Drummond responds with 5 in the bottom of the 4th thanks to 5 hits and a walk to take an 11-1 lead. The Pioneers fight back in the top of the 5th with back to back singles by Cassy Bortz and Ava Barton but Bortz is cut down at 3rd on the play. After a pop out, back to back walks by Grace Wegner and Riannon Kolar load the bases but another pop out ends the threat and the season for the Pioneers. “Our girls played tough tonight. Give credit to Drummond as they hit the ball well tonight and as always are a very solid defensive team. They took away at least 2 hits from us and cut off the ball well in the gaps to hold us to singles instead of doubles. We had a lot of base runners all game but just couldn’t quite get the big hit when we needed it and that was really the only difference in the game. We say goodbye to Taylar Bortz and Katie Bourgard as Seniors and they will be tough to replace but we also have a very solid core of good young players and are looking forward next season already.” coach Wegner Butternut Mercer finishes the season 8-8 in conference play and 9-11 overall.Baseball5/21/19Chequamegon 5 Butternut/Mercer 3WP – Max BrunnerBaseball5/20/19Chequamegon 6 Tomahawk 1WP – lLec O’MearaLeading Hitters: Alec O’Meara 2 hits, Hunter Minnema 2 RBIButternut/Mercer 16 Three Lakes 6Butternut Mercer Pioneers scored early and then again late to break open a close game. Jumping to an early 6-0 lead, the Pioneers watched Three Lakes claw their way back to trail 7-6. But then a 9 run 6th put the game away.
Seth Scherwinski led the way at the plate going 4-5 with 4 RBI. John Lynch and Brendan Bebeau added 3 RBI each. Carter Christian pitches 3 innings for the win. John Lynch Three 3 innings in relief.TrackRegionals @ Flambeau5/20/19Golf Regionals@ Park Falls Country Club5/20/191st) Prentice 4092nd) Chequamegon 4173rd) Ladysmith 4204th) Flambeau 4275th) Winter 4896th) Mellen 508Individually for Chequamegon3rd) Blake Karnick 926th) Jason Chao 98Individuall for Prentice:7th) Breydon Johsnon 998th) Joe Hueckman 100Softball5/16/19Phillips 10 Unity 05/16/19 the team traveled to Ironwood for a twin bill conference matchup. The Pioneers bounce back from a poor showing vs Mellen to earn a solid victory in game 1, 10-5. Cassy Bortz and Ava Barton lead off the contest with back to back doubles followed by a RBI single by Taylar Bortz. After a groundout and fielders choice to plate Barton, the Pioneers ripped off 3 straight singles by Katie Bourgard, Molly Hohner, and Jess Klopatek to score 2 more runs and give the Pioneers a quick 4-0 lead. Holding Ironwood scoreless in the bottom of the frame, Cassy Bortz again leads off and reaches on an error followed by another double by Barton scoring Bortz. Taylar Bortz singles followed by a 3 run home run by Grace Wegner to give the Pioneers a 8-0 lead. “The girls really came out hot tonight at the plate, squaring up on everything. Even our outs were hit hard”- coach Wegner. Ironwood gets on the board in the bottom of the 2nd cashing in a couple walks but another caught stealing by catcher Grace Wegner ends the rally. After a couple quick outs in the top of the 3rd Cassy Bortz singles, steals second, and scores on a sharp single by Ava Barton. Cassy Bortz shuts down the top of the order for Ironwood 123 in the bottom of the 3rd and Wegner promptly leads off the 4th with her 2nd home run of the game to put the Pioneers up 10-2. Ironwood rallies in the bottom of the 5th thanks to a couple miscues on defense but Bortz shuts the door with a punchout to end the game and earn the win. “This was easily our best all around game of the season and I am really proud of how the girls bounced back after a very disappointing game vs Mellen a couple days earlier. Dakota Gavin played a very nice left field for us with 3 put outs and Ava Barton continues to elevate her game both offensively and defensively with 5 put outs. Nice to have Grace back in the lineup after missing a couple games due to illness. Our 1 though 4 in the lineup tonight (Cassy, Ava, Taylar, and Grace) went a combined 11-15 with 9 runs scored, with 3 doubles and 2 home runs. The rest of the lineup wasn’t too shabby either collecting 4 hits and consistently putting the ball in play.”Game 2 of the double header saw the Ironwood Red Devils triumph with a 13-2 victory. After a scoreless 1st, the Pioneers ran into a bit of trouble in the 2nd inning giving up 9 runs to a very fired up Red Devil team. “They started to time Cassy up a bit and hit some balls pretty hard including a 3 run home run. Cassy pitched really strong up to that point keeping a pretty good hitting team in check”. B/M rallies in the bottom of the 3rd with a triple by Emma Herbst followed by an RBI single by Cassy Bortz. Bortz steals second and then scores on an RBI double by her older sister Taylar to cut the lead to 9-2. Ironwood tacks on a run in the 4th and 3 more in the 5th for a final score of 13-2.Butternut Mercer finishes up the regular season 8-8 in conference play and 9-10 overall. “Very proud of how this team has battled this season and how some of the girls elevated their game. We say goodbye to our seniors, Taylar Bortz, Katie Bourgard, and Taylor Weinberger, but the team is in very good hands with the core of returning players and incoming Freshman. We opened a few eyes in the conference and will look to continue to build this program and fully expect to be one of the top teams in the conference next season.” B/M travels to Drummond for the second round of Regional play on Tuesday 5/21 at 5:00Baseball5/16/19Chequamegon 4 hillips 2WP – ALec O’MearaHermantown, MN 6 Ashland 5Stratford 18 Assumptio 0Marathon 15 Edgar 5Butternut/Mercer 19 Ironwood 5Butternut Mercer Pioneers brought their bats to wrap up their Indian head conference schedule with a 19-5 win at Ironwood.
The Pioneers scored 7 in the first and then 6 in the 6th to put the game away. Carter Christian had another big day at the plate going 5-5 with 4 runs. Josh Brown with 4 hits as he and Seth Scherwinski has 4 RBI each.
Ironwood made things interesting scoring 5 times in the fourth to close the gap to 10-5, but the Pioneers pulled away from there.
Jace Scherwinski with 8k’s on the mound picking up the win. Seth Scherwinski closing it.
Pioneers finish 15-1 in conference and are 17-3 overall. They will host Three Lakes/Phelps on Monday and travel to Chequamegon on Tuesday for Regional tune ups.Golf5/16/19@ Marathon INvitational1st) WI Rapids Assumption 3922nd) Marathon 3943rd) Chequamegon 4034th) Colby 4375th) Newman Catholic 458For Chequamegon: Jason Chao 97, Preston Carper 100, Sam Nesbit and Blake Karnick 103, Joseph Balsavich 106Baseball5/14/19Phillips 3 Chequamegon 2WP – Austin EdwardsSolon Springs 13 Washburn 11Solon Springs 14 Washburn 9Stratford 21 Assumption 2Softball5/14/19Chequamegon 5 Pretnice 0Wittenberg/Birnamwood 3 Lakeland 2Hurley 9 Ironwood 6Marathon 13 Athens 12Newman Catholic 14 Edgar 0Softball5/13/195/13/19 Hosted Mellen and fell 14-2 in 5 innings. Missing 3 starters due to illness and offense could only muster 4 hits. Taylar Bortz solid again at the plate going 2 for 3 with a triple, 2 runs scored and a stolen base. Cassy Bortz takes the loss giving up 14 runs (only 4 earned) on 11 hits , 4 walks and a season high 8 strikeouts. 7 B/M errors was the story of the game. “Mellen really hit the ball well tonight and we just gave them way too many second chances in the field. We were just too flat from the start of the game and couldn’t recover”- Coach Wegner.Track5/13/19Golf5/13/19Marawood Conference Tournament @ Isnhalla TomahawkIndividual (All Conference Honors)1st) Breydon Johnson – Prentice7th) Blake Karnick – Chequamegon9th) Jason Chao – Chequamegon10th) Reese Isaacson – PrenticeSoftball5/13/19Chequamegon 20 Phillips 10-Chequamegon clinches Marawood North TitleDrummond 16 South Shore 1Drummond 15 South Shore 0Hurley 11 Mellen 0Athens 11 Prentice 2ANtigo/White Lake 14 Medford 2Rib Laek 10 Butternut/Mercer 9The Lady Pioneers of Butternut Mercer lost a nail bitter at Rib Lake on Monday night 10-9. After a scoreless first, Rib Lake pushes across a couple runs in the bottom of the 2nd on a hit, an error and an walk followed by a past ball and fielder’s choice. B/M responds in the top of the 3rd with an RBI single by Taylar Bortz scoring Bella Bourgard who walked to start off the inning. Rib Lake plates 3 in the bottom of the 3rd to grab a short lived 5-1 advantage as the Pioneer bats come to life in the top of the 4th with 5 hits and 2 walks highlighted by a 3 run home run by Katie Bourgard. Taylar Bortz with a 2 RBI single and RBI single by Ava Barton cap off a 7 run inning to give the Pioneers a 8-5 lead. Taylar Bortz preserves the lead on the bottom of the 4th with a clean inning on the mound. B/M strands runners at the corners after 2 out in the top of the 5th and Rib Lake pushes across a run in the bottom of the frame after 2 out thanks to a double and back to back singles to cut the lead to 8-6 after 5 innings of play. B/M threatens in the top of the 6th once again with singles by Emma Herbst and Jess Klopatek. Bella Bourgard singles to right but Herbst in thrown out at the plate to end the inning. Rib Lake grabs 4 runs in the bottom of the 6th to take a 10-8 lead. “Taylar pitched great tonight but they finally started to square up on her late and string together some hits”- Coach Wegner Cassy Bortz leads off the 7th with a single, steals second and scores on an RBI single by Taylar Bortz. Taylar advances to second on the throw to the plate but is left stranded there to end the game. Final score 10-9 Rib Lake over Butternut Mercer. “The girls played exceptionally well tonight. We were without 2 of our best hitters tonight and these girls stepped up and filled in admirably. We had baserunners all game long with 14 hits and 5 walks. Up and down the lineup, they were constantly putting the ball in play. On defense we only committed 3 errors but those few errors proved too costly as they lead to 8 unearned runs in the game. I still have to remind myself just how young we are in the field as last night we had a total of 6 girls on defense in their first year in the program and 2 others only in their 2nd year. I feel we are starting to play our best ball going into the end of the season”- Coach Wegner.Baseball5/11/19Edgar 2 Pittsville 1Merrill 12 Ashland 8Auburndale 2 Northland Pines 0Butternut/Mercer 9 Hurley 6Ashland 15 Lakeland 13Medford 6 Adams/Friendship 3Auburndale 6 Wittenberg/Birnamwood 5Chequamegon 7 Lakeland 5WP – Alec O’MearaLeading Hitter – Blake Richard 2 hitsMedford 9 Milwaukee King 3Softball5/11/19Wausau East 15 Lakeland 1Gilman 12 Marathon 9Antigo/White Lake 18 Ashland 0Auburndale 11 Necedah 2Grantsburg 9 Marathon 8Hurley 5 Grantsburg 4GLenwood City 4 Stratford 1Athens 15 Shell Lake 9Amherst 15 Auburnadale 5Mwdfor 7 pacelli 5Flambeau 8 Drummond 6Gilman 9 Hurley 2Spencer 3 Stratford 2AMherst 11 Abbotsford/Colby 2Drummond 9 Flambeau 5Grantsburg 14 Athens 4Medford 15 Chequamegon 1Baseball5/10/19Butternut/Mercer 11 Solons Springs 1Medford 9 Tomahawk 1Medford 10 Tomahawk 0Hurley 22 Bayfield 8PHillips 4 Abbotsford/Colby 3Marathon 9 Assumption 0Edgar 10 Newman 4Stratford 13 Auburndale 2Softball5/10/19Chequamegon 12 Phillips 6Marathon 24 Edgar 2Athens 8 Rib Lake 7Auburndale 6 Newman 5Athens 10 Prentice 0Lakeland 9 Medford 7Ashland 11 South Shore 1Hurley 22 Bayfield 0Drummond 9 Mellen 0Solon Springs 6 Butternut/Mercer 1Mosinee 6 Tomahawk 5Softball5/7/19Chequamegon 14 Prentice 5WP – Eva Pasewald 9K’sLeading Hitters: Miranda Dane 4-4, Jose Orr 3-4, Brookly Hanson 3-4Drummond 15 Bayfield 0Athens 7 Rib Lake 4Auburndale 7 Stratford 2Mosinee 17 Northland Pines 0Tomahawk 11 Phillips 5Drummond 24 Bayfield 7Antigo 11 Lakeland 1Antigo 12 Lakeland 3Butternut/Mercer 27 Mellen 16Tuesday night Butternut Mercer traveled to Mellen for an Indianhead Conference matchup. Back and forth game until the Pioneers pulled away late for a 27-16 victory in 6 innings. Butternut Mercer opened up the scoring in the 1st with a walk to Taylar Bortz who promptly stole 2nd. Cassie Bortz doubled scoring Taylar. Bortz steals second followed by a walk to Grace Wegner. Both runners advance on a fielders choice. Bortz is cut down trying to steal home on a past ball and then Wegner scores on an error to give the Pioneers a 2-0 lead. Mellen responds with 3 in the bottom of the inning on a couple hits, a walk, an error and a sac fly. B/M bats went cold in the second with Mellen plating 5 runs thanks to 3 more errors, 2 hits and 2 walks. B/M fought back in the 3rd plating 7 runs. The big blow thanks to Taylar Bortz 3 RBI double after 2 outs. Hits by Cassie Bortz, Riannon Kolar, Katie Bourgard, Molly Hohner as well. Mellen takes the lead back in the bottom of the inning with 2 runs to go ahead 10-9. Taylar Bortz again drives in a key run after 2 out with a sharp single scoring Emma Herbst who reached on a walk and advanced after 2 wild pitches. The defense tightened up holding Mellen scoreless in the bottom of the 4th. The Pioneers score 5 in the top of the 5th, RBI singles by Cassy Bortz, Katie Bourgard, Emma Herbst, and Bella Bourgard. Mellen responds with 3 to make it a 15-13 score. B/M explode for 12 runs in the top of the 6th to take control of the game, pounding out 12 hits highlighted by triples by Grace Wegner, Katie Bourgard and Molly Hohner. Mellen scores 2 in the bottom of the frame for the final score of 27-16. Cassy Bortz goes the distance for the Pioneers allowing 16 runs (only 3 earned), 11 hits, 7 walks with 4 strikeouts. Katie Bourgard leading the offensive attack with 5 hits including a double and triple, 3 hits a piece for Taylar Bortz, Cassie Bortz, Riannon Kolar, and Molly Hohner. “We were a little sluggish early tonight and are still a little shaky on defense at times, but the girls kept fighting back and really got the bats going late. We were a little too anxious at the plate, not waiting for a good pitch to drive. They corrected that and started to really drive the ball well late in the game. Cassy fought through some control issues and some defensive letdowns and kept her poise well to earn the victory tonight”- Coach Wegner.Baseball5/7/19Chequamegon 14 Prentice 2Strarford 7 Auburndale 0Edgar 9 Newman Catholic 6Butternut/Mercer def. MellenWP – Seth ScherwinskiLeading Hitters: Carter Christian 5 hits – Brendan Bebeau 4 RBI, Isaac Wegner 3 RBIBaseball5/6/19Athens 8 Butternut/Mercer 0Softball5/6/19CHequamegon 8 Ladysmith 3WP – Eva PasewaldLeading Hitters: Miranda Dane HR, Josi Orr 2 for 2 for3, Brooklyn Hanson 2 for 3Medford 7 Phillips 3Tomahawk 5 Lakeland 4Drummond 19 Washburn 0Drummond 21 Washburn 2Hurley 16 South Shore 0Golf5/6/19Conference Tournament @ Wausau Countru ClubLeg 1 of 21st) Newman Catholic 3992nd) Prentice 4233rd) Assumption 4254th) Marathon 4285) Chequamegon 443For Chequamegon: Blake Karnick 105, Jason Chao 106Fore Prentice: Bradyn Johnson 92Baseball5/3/19Chequamegon 5 Auburndale 1Hurley 8 Washburn 3Newman 15 Assumption 1Softball5/3/19Auburndale def. ChequamegoIronwood 4 Drummond 2Golf@ Mellen Country Club5/3/191st) Chequamegon 4132nd) Prentice 423Medalist – Chase Stephenson – Washburn 952n) Blake Karnick – Chequamegon – 983rd) Jason Chao- Chequamegon 995/4/19Hurley 17 Butnerut/Mercer 1Hurley 13 Butternut/Mercer 1Track@ Rib Lake5/2/19Chequamegon wins the Quad Travelling Trophy!See results HERESoftball5/2/19Chequamegon 13 Athens 1Mosinee 5 Lakeland 0Drummond 8 Butternut/Mercer 4Drummond 5 Butternut/Mercer 4Hurley 18 Mellen 0Auburndale 20 Edgar 1PHillips 14 Rib Lake 8Baseball5/2/19Athens 7 Chequamegon 3Leading itter: Blake Richard 3 hitsRhinelander 12 Lakeland 8Rhinelander 8 Lakeland 0Mosinee 7 Tomahawk 2Mosinee 6 Tomahawk 2Stratford 1 Marathon 0Assumption 5 Newman 3Abbotsford/Colby 13 Prentice 1Butternut/Mercer 7 Drummond 5The Butternut-Mercer Pioneers finally got a home game after playing 6 of 7 in the first month on the road. Drummond came in and gave them a battle but the Pioneers prevailed 7-5.Baylie Hurbrecht pitched 3-2/3 for the win, giving up 5 runs, 3 earned, 3 hits, 3 walks, and 4 K’s. Seth Scherwinski came on in relief to pitch 2-2/3 scoreless innings to hold the lead with 5K’s before being pulled for pitch count. Jace Scherwinski recorded the final two outs for the save.Seth Scherwinski also lead the way offensively getting 3 of the Pioneers 8 hits on the night. Josh Brown and Brendan Bebeau each scored 2 runs. Kobe Hiller had 2 RBI.Scot Pumala had 2 hits for the Lumberjacks and D.Fox pitched 5 innings to take the loss.Golf5/2/19 @ Westwood Gilf Course in Phillips9 holes1) Chequamegon 1992) Prentice 2193) Washburn – no team scoreWashburn’s Chase Stephenson 45Prentice Breydyn Johnon 46Chequamegon’s Blake Karnick 46Baseball4/30/19Athens 4 Chequamegon 3 (8 innings)Leading Hitters: Will Graf 3 hitsMosinee 12 Northland PInes 1Mosinee 10 Northland Pines 0Abbotsford/Colby 16 Prentice 12Marathon 8 Stratford 7Antigo 5 Lakeland 0Antigo 9 Lakeland 4Softball4/30/19Chequamegon 11 Athens 8Hurley 17 Three Lakes/Phelps 4Cloquet, MN 24 Ashland 2Lakeland 10 Rhinelander 0Lakeland 6 Rhinelander 5Softball4/29/19Medford 22 Chequamegon 1Phillips 17 Rib Lake 7Baseball4/29/19Rib Lake 6 Phillips 1Baseball4/27/19Chequamegon 12 Gogebic 2Wp – Chase KronbergerLeading Hitter: Chase Kronberger 3 hitsChequamegon 4 Gogebic 2WP – Max BrunnerLeading Hitters: Kolten Sarver 2 hitsGolf@ Black River Golf Course in Medford4/26/191) Lakelnad 3242) Ashland 3603) Medford 3744) Antigo 3755) Rhinelander 3916) Tomahawk 3937) Chequamegon 4108) Washburn 539For Chequamegon: Blake Karnick 94, Sam Nesbit 98, Preston Carper 103Baseball4/26/19Solon Springs 10 Hurley 9Northland PInes 11 Calumet, MI 3Northland Pines 12 Calumet, MI 5Butternut/Mercer 22 South Shore 6Butternut/Mercer 15 South Shore 5Medford 3 DC Everest 1Mellen 14 Washburn 3Ironwood, MI 24 Bayfield 0Stratford 4 Athens 3Phillips 12 Prentice 2Edgar 14 Wittenberg/Birnamwood 134/26/19Girls SoftballHurley 12 Solon Springs 2Auburndale 5 Assumption 4Eagan 5 Prentice 4Medford 6 Phillips 1Chequamegon 12 Drummond 5Rhinelander 14 Ashland 5Butternut/Mercer 19 South Shore 2Butternut Mercer 7 South Shore 5The Butternut Mercer Pioneers girls softball team traveled to South Shore on Friday 4/26 and took a pair of games from the Cardinals. Game 1 saw the pioneers pound out 14 hits and take 7 walks en route to a 19-2 victory in 4 innings. Grace Wegner lead the hitting attack going 3 for 4 with 4 RBI and a Home Run. 3 Hits and 4 runs scored for Cassy Bortz and 2 hits a piece for Taylar Bortz and Katie Bourgard. Riannon Kolar with 3 RBI. The Pioneers also ran wild on the base paths collecting 10 stolen bases. Cassy Bortz notched the victory going 4 innings giving up only 2 runs (1 earned), scattering 5 hits, 1 walk with 4 strikeouts. “Solid team effort. We hit the ball well up and down the lineup and played very good defense with only 1 throwing error. The girls are really starting to understand their defensive responsibilities and anticipate potential plays. We are still a very young team with only 2 Seniors and 1 Junior in the lineup tonight but you would never know it by watching the girls play. Cassy once again pitching very efficiently and pounding the strike zone ”- Coach Wegner.Game 2 of the double header proved to be a battle as South Shore jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead in the top of the first inning with 2 hits, 3 walks and 1 hit batter. “Taylar Bortz was a little rusty as this was her first mound action of the season due to injury” The Pioneers responded with 2 in the bottom of the inning scoring, capitalizing on a walk by Taylar Bortz, Riannon Kolar reaching on an error, Bortz and Kolar advancing on past balls with Bortz scoring on another past ball followed by a RBI single by Katie Bourgard scoring Kolar. Taylar Bortz then got locked in on the mound only giving up 1 hit in the next 4 innings to shut down the Cardinal offense. “Taylar really rebounded nicely from a tough first inning and pitched well and our defense stepped up and make some really nice plays in the infield with Riannon Kolar and Molly Hohner making some nice catches in the outfield.” Butternut Mercer scratched out a couple runs in the 2nd inning including an RBI by Grace Wegner and then another run in the 3rd on a past ball with Ava Barton scoring. “This is Ava’s first year playing as a Sophomore and she is quickly becoming an contributor. She has good base running instincts and reached all 7 plate appearances tonight” Tied 5-5 in the bottom of the 4th, Taylar Bortz grounded, Cassy Bortz walked and then things got a little crazy. Bortz steals 2nd and then advances on a wild pitch with Grace Wegner at the plate. Wegner receives ball 4 on a wild pitch and promptly advances to 2nd base drawing a throw to allow Bortz to score the go ahead run. The throw to the plate gets by the catcher and Wegner never stops running rounding 3rd and scoring an insurance run putting the Pioneers up 7-5. The defense put the clamps on the Cardinals in the top of the 5th to secure the win. “We really struggled at the plate in the second game with only being able to manage 2 hits. We put the ball in play but were hitting it right as someone. I give South Shore a lot of credit. They played really sound defense up until the very end. I was proud of how our girls kept battling through the frustration and finding a way to score by taking advantage of walks and smart base running.”Baseball4/25/19Chequamegon 10 Abbotsford/Colby 7WP – Alec O’Meara 8ip 8K’sHitting: Hunter Minnema and Chase Kronberger 2 hits eachAshland 8 Proctor, MN 3Edgar 13 Assumption 2Stratford 11 Marathon 5Mosinee 5 Medford 1Lakeland 3 Tomahawk 2Lakeland 11 Tomahawk 1Butternut/Mercer 1 Washburn 0Butternut/Mercer 13 Washburn 3In a game 1 pitcher’s duel, Seth Scherwinski outlasted Adams from Washburn as the Pioneers scored an unearned run in the top of the 7th for a 1-0 victory. Seth went the distance allowing 2 hits, 1 walk with 10K’s. Adams went 5.1 innings giving up 3 hits with 3 K’s. Hogland took the tough luck loss for Washburn. John Lynch had 2 hits for the Pioneers.In game two, Baylie Huybrecht and John Lynch pitched 3 innings each and held the Guards in check until the offense finally broke things open in the 4th. Carter Christian, Seth Scherwinski, Brendan Bebeau, and Orion Lawver all hat 2 hits for the Pioneers. Lawver with a big 2 run double to take the lead in the 4th. Huybrecht and Lynch combined to give up 2 hits, 4 walks, and 10K’s in the game. Hoglund took the loss for the Guards.Softball4/25/19Phillips 16 Athens 8Tomahawk 11 Rhinelander 0Tomahawk 12 Rhinelander 1Proctor, MN 22 Ashland 0Medford 1 Lakeland 0Butternut/Mercer 18 Washburn 2Butternut?mercer 14 Washburn 5Thursday 4/15 the Lady Pioneers traveled to Washburn for a double header and came away with 2 wins- 18-2 and 14-5. Game 1 saw Butternut Mercer jump out to a quick 9-0 lead in the 1st inning with the help of 4 hits, 3 walks and 4 Washburn errors. “The girls game out fired up and it showed with good swings, patience and the plate and aggressive base running” the Pioneers tacked on 5 more runs in the 2nd and 4 in the 3rd to complete the scoring. Grace Wegner got the win pitching 3 innings of no hit ball only giving up 3 walks and 1 hit batter with 4 punch outs. Offensively, the Pioneers pounded out 10 hits and 6 walks lead by Wegner and Cassy Bortz with 2 hits a piece. RBI’s by Taylar Bortz(1), Cassy Bortz (2), Grace Wegner (3), Katie Bourgard (4), Riannon Kolar(1), and Ava Barton (1).Game 2 say the Castle guards jump out to a 1-0 lead after on inning. After a 3 up 3 down inning by Washburn, Butternut/Mercer pushed 3 runs across with key hits by Taylor Weinberger and Taylor Bortz. Washburn responded with 4 runs in the top of the 3rd inning thanks in part to 4 errors. “We got a little sloppy defensively for a bit, shifting girls around and bringing in some of the more inexperienced players to give them some opportunities. They worked through it and the experience will pay big dividends down the road” Down 5-3 in the bottom the the 3rd inning, the Pioneers exploded for 11 runs. Grace Wegner lead off with a home run and “opened the flood gates” Katie Bourgard walked, Riannon Kolar followed with a single, Dakota Gavin reached on an error, scoring Bourgard. Molly Hohner grounded out to the shortstop scoring Kolar followed by Taylar Weinberger reaching on throwing error plating Gavin. After a strikeout, Taylor Bortz ripped a double to score Weinberger followed by a sharp single by Cassy Bortz to score Taylar Bortz. That brought Grace Wegner back to the plate where she laced a triple down the left field line scoring Cassy Bortz. A single by Katie Bourgard scores Wegner. A single by Kolar, followed by back to back walks to Gavin and Hohner plate another run. With bases loaded, Taylar Weinberger singles to collect 2 RBI’s to finish the scoring. “We just game out a little flat in game 2 both offensively and defensively, but after a little pep talk, the girls really responded well. They didn’t sulk at all and I could see they had the confidence to know they were going to turn it around. The bats came alive and we only allowed 2 base runners the final 2 innings”. Wegner lead the way going 3-4 with 2 RBI. 2 hits a piece for Taylar Bortz, Riannon Kolar, and Taylar Weinberger. Cassy Bortz went the distance on the mound to pick up the victory only allowing 5 unearned runs on 5 hits, 1 walk with 6 strikeouts. “Cassy really pitched will tonight and I am proud of her poise on the mound as a Freshman. The only walk she gave up was a 10 pitch battle in the last inning.”Boys Baseball4/23/19Chequamegon 12 Abbotsford/Colby 2Butternut/Mercer 11 Solon Springs 2Girls Softball4/23/19Chequamegon 11 Hurley 8WP – Eva Pasewald 6 K’sLeading Hitters: Josie Orr 2 HR’s, Hailey Minnema HR, 2 hits each for Hannah Borne, Miranda Dane and Alyssa Hoffman.Athens 12 Phillips 5Marathon 8 Auburndale 4Solon Springs 11 Butternut/Mercer 1On Tuesday 4/23 the Butternut Mercer girls softball team traveled to Solon Springs for their conference opener and fell to the Eagles 11-1. “Solon has a very good pitcher and we couldn’t quite square up on her. Defensively, we played pretty good with only 1 error in the field. Ultimately, we just gave up too many walks and they capitalized with key hits” Taylar Bortz collected 2 hits and drove in the only run of the game for the Lady Pioneers.Softball4/22/19Lakeland 11 Chequamegon 2 (Game called in 4th inning due to field conditions)Baseball4/20/19Butternut/Mercer 8 Ironwood,MI 3Wp – Seth ScherwinskiLeading Hitters: Jace Scherwinski HR and 5 RBI2 hits each for Carter Christian, and Kobe Hiller3 hits for Josh BrownBaseball4/16/19Butternut/Mercer 6 Drummond 0Butternut-Mercer Pioneers got finally got there season underway last night with a 6-0 conference victory at Drummond. Baylie Huybrecht led the way throwing 5 scoreless innings on the mound, giving up 2 hits, 1 walk and striking out 7. Jace and Seth each pitched scoreless frames to close out the game. John Lynch and Jace Scherwinski had 2 hits each, Seth Scherwinski scored 3 runs. Josh Brown, Seth Scherwinski, Kobe Hiller, Carter Christian also had hits for the Pioneers.Stratford 10 Edgar 1Stratford 14 Edgar 6Marthon 2 Newman Catholic 1Marathon 7 Newman Catholic 1Washburn 9 Hurley 4Softball4/16/19Phillips 15 Prentice 3Mosinee 10 Medford 0Superior 20 Ashland 1Stratford 17 Edgar 0Marathon 5 Newman Catholic 0Baseball4/15/19Rib Lake 15 Chequamegon 5Chequamegon 16 Rib Lake 2WP – Chase KronbergerLeading Hitters – 3 hits each for Blake Richard and Max BrunnerSoftballChequamegon 3 Rib Lake 1WP – Eva PasewaldChequamegon 10 Rib Lake 2WP – Eva PasewaldButternut 26 Ashland 8Butternut Mercer girls softball picked up a win in their first official game of the season last night at Ashland last night 26-8. Grace Wegner and Cassy Bortz combine to give up 4 hits, 6 walks, with 7 K’s over 4 innings with Wegner getting the W. 2 hits a piece for Cassy Bortz, Bella Bourgard and Katie Bourgard. Katie collecting 7 RBI, and Rhiannon Kolar with a HR. Next up for Butternut/Mercer is a 4:30pm home game tonight vs Wakefield/Maranesco (pending field conditions) “It sure was nice to finally get a full game in outside and the girls really had fun. We were patient at the plate early in the game, taking our walks, and then the hits started coming. Katie had a big night driving in runs for us. Very happy how we started off. Solid base running and only 1 error in the field. Grace and Cassy did a great job on the mound tonight.” – From Coach Glenn WegnerBaseball4/9/19Mosinee 15 Lakeland 10Lakeland 11 Mosinee 7Medford 12 Abby/Colby 3Abby/Colby 5 Medford 1Edgar 28 Port Edwards 1Softball4/9/19Phillips 12 Butternut 2Auburndale 7 Rib Lake 1Mosinee 10 Lakeland 0Gilman 15 Prentice 0Baseball4/5/19 @ MaustonSt. Mary’s Springs 8 Chequamegon 3Stratford 3 Chequamegon 1Chequamegon 13 Laona/WabenoWP – Alec O’MearaHitting – Hunter Minnema 3 hitsEdgar 5 Phillips 4cumberland 13 Phillips 3Softball4/6/19Florence 8 Phillips 7Softball4/5/19St. Mary’s Springs 5 Phillips 3Phillips 10 Edgar 4Girls Softball4/4/19Lakeland 12 Phillips 10Girls Softball4/2/19Chequamegon 18 Ashland 0 (5 innings)WP – Eva Pasewald – 1 HitterHR – Hannah BorneBoys Basketball2/21/19Phillips 66 Abbotsford 52Superio 91 Ashland 57Marathon 67 Assumption 33DC Everest 74 Lakeland 58Hurley 40 Drummond 32Edgar 56 Newman Catholic 40Antigo 78 Northland Pines 59Prentice 60 Chequamegon 37JV – Chequamegon 47 Prentice 37Mosinee 83 Rhinelander 62Athens 46 Rib Lake 29Medford 72 Tomahawk 48Boys Basketball2/19/19Mercer 92 White Lake 50Athens 78 Tomahawk 73Rib Lake 80 Colby 46Northland Pines 72 Crandon 58Cumberland 49 Prentice 27High School Boys Basketball2/18/19Hayward 54 Ashland 50South Shore 69 Bayfield 46Clear Lake 83 Solon Springs 43Mellen 85 Butternut 75Northland Pines 69 tomahawk 56WI Rapids 67 Rhinelander 60Edgar 46 Stanley-Boyd 27Marathon 66 Wausau West 51Athens 71 Tigerton 29Stratford 61 GET 48Sectional Wrestling Results2/16/19State Qualifiers
Chequamegon – Jaden SchienebeckPhillips – Javyn Freeman, Hunter Bruhn, Brandon Bruneau,High School Boys Basketball2/16/19Mercer 63 South Shore 50Antigo 66 Lakeland 59Mellen 77 Birchwood 76Washburn 69 Bayfield 39Catholic Central 62 Newman Catholic 44Barron 54 Prentice 52Girls Basketball2/16/19Hayward 63 Ashland 19Birchwood 60 Mellen 34Athens 56 Rib Lake 28State Swim Meet Results2/15/191st – Edgewood 2892nd – Monona Grove 1843rd tie – Rhinleander & Elkhorn7th – LakelandFor Lakeland:200 Free – Alex Tucker 11th200 IM – Tyler Teichmiller 10th50 Free – Liam Hogan 2nd100 Free – Brandon Boh 16th500 Free – Liam Hogan 9th200 Free Relay – Brandon Boh, Tyler Teichmiller, Alex Tucker, Liam Hogan 6th100 Breast – Tyler Teichmiller 12th400 Free Relay – Brandon Boh, Tyler Teichmiller, Alex Tucker, Liam Hogan 4thHigh School Boys Basketball2/15/19Athens 65 Chequamegon 43 – Tanner Maier 14 pointsHurley 52 Solon Springs 50Edgar 47 Auburndale 41Tomahawk 47 Crandon 45Drummond 33 Siren 30Stratford 65 Marathon 52Medford 59 Northland Pines 46Assumption 53 Newman Catholic 42Rib Lake 64 Phillips 43Mosinee 66 Lakeland 57Ironwood 64 butternut 46Girls Basketball2/15/19Drummond 43 Siren 42Lakeland 81 Mosinee 56Solon Springs 51 Bayfield 38Assumption 61 Marathon 50Auburndale 39 Edgar 37Northwood 67 South Shore 41High School Boys Basketball2/14/19Silver Springs 74 Solon Springs 66Butternut 82 Lac Courte Oreilles 41Edgar 54 Assumption 34Hurley 54 Mercer 53Athens 48 Phillips 46South Shore 46 Drummond 43Washburn 82 Chequamegon 73Duluth Denfeld 78 Ashland 67Rhinelander 72 Tomahawk 49Girls Basketball2/14/19Rhinelander 75 Tomahawk 20Abbotsford 55 Chequamegon 53Drummond 44 South Shore 43Medford 76 Northland Pines 24Newman Catholic 66 Edgar 48Stratford 51 Auburndale 26High School Wrestling2/13/19Team SectionalsSt. Croix Falls 53 Phillips 21High School Girls Basketball2/13/19Washburn 56 Mercer 27Medford 69 Lakeland 65Rhinelander 68 DC Everest 48High School boys Basketball2/11/19Hurley 60 Bayfield 34Phillips 81 Flambeau 57South Shore 56 Solon Springs 33Stratford 86 Newman Cathholic 44High School Girls Basketball2/11/19Medford 61 Mosinee 47Newman Catholic 61 Assumption 52Abbotsford 41 Prentice 35Rhinelander 79 Northland Pines 35South Shore 54 Hurley 47Solon Springs 73 Ironwood, MI 63Marshfield 79 Lakeland 71High School WrestlingRegionals2/9/19High School Boys Basketball2/9/19Birchwood 93 Solon Springs 76Mercer 87 Goodman/Pembine 51Lakeland 74 Northland Pines 56High School Girls Basketball2/9/19High School Boys Basketball2/8/19Auburndale 60 Prentice 55Stratford 103 Chequamegon 60Rib lake 85 Newman Catholic 58Mosinee 70 tomahawk 37Bayfield 52 Washburn 48Solon Springs 43 Drummond 40Medford 52 Lakeland 47Marathon 68 Edgar 39Hurley 54 Mercer 38Ironwood, MI 61 Mellen 56Girls Basketball2/8/19Prentice 69 Auburndale 39Drummond 46 Solon Springs 40Hurley 50 Mercer 39Stratford 66 Chequamegon 32Assumption 56 Athens 52Newman catholic 63 Rib Lake 17Rhinelander 61 Medford 45Proctor, MN 73 Ashland 27South Shore 64 Ironwood, MI 40Edgar 68 Phillips 64Lakeland 59 Antigo 43Abbotsford 58 Marathon 50Rhinelander 61 Medford 45Proctor, MN 73 Ashland 27High School Girls Basketball2/2/19South Shore 70 Mercer 35New Richmond 61 Ashland 38High School Boys Basketball2/1/19Stratford 69 Phillips 41Wausau Newman 66 Chequamegon 57Prentice 43 Assumption 41Edgar 65 Abbotsford 35Mercer 60 Butternut 42Lakeland 85 Tomahawk 60Marathon 67 Athens 50Northland Pines 68 Rhinelander 54High School Girls Basketball2/1/19Butternut 35 Mercer 32Wausau Newman 78 Chequamegon 23Assumption 58 Prentice 44Auburndale 71 Rib Lake 28Edgar 59 Abbotsford 47Loyal 51 Marathon 41Mosinee 78 Northland Pines 40Stratford 62 Phillips 51South Shore 62 Washburn 40High School Wrestling1/26/19Boys Basketball1/23/19Antigo 73 Tomahawk 38Prentice 65 Athens 59rice Lake 66 Medford 56Mosinee 81 Northland Pines 65Phillips 55 Ladysmith 49Girls Basketball1/24/19South Shore 62 Solon Springs 52Boys Basketball1/22/19Abbotsford 54 Athens 46Rib Lake 83 Chequamegon 40Drummond 46 Bayfield 28Hurley 52 Butternut 50Marathon 96 Newman Catholic 44Phillips 81 Prentice 69Proctor, MN 53 Ashland 52Ironwood 69 Washburn 59Girls Basketball1/22/19Medford 67 Antigo 43Ashland 39 Rhinelander 56Lakeland 76 Northland Pines 37Mosinee 62 Tomahawk 35Boys Basketball1/21/19Spencer 71 Abbotsford 53Girls Basketball1/21/19Athens 48 Tomahawk 28Hurley 58 Drummond 53Edgar 47 Marathon 44Flambeau 56 Rib Lake 21Medford 64 Prentice 54Phillips 60 Ladysmith 50Washburn 57 Mellen 51Auburnrdale 70 Pittsville 16Abbotsford 57 Spencer 31Wrestling1/19/19Girls Basketball1/18/19Assumption 67 Rib lake 33Auburndale 69 Chequamegon 36Mercer 57 Bayfield 36Stratford 51 Abbotsford 29South Shore 92 Winter 45D.C. Everest 52 Medford 49Rhinelander 71 Mosinee 43Boys Basketball1/18/19Auburndale 91 Chequamegon 44Northland Pines 69 Antigo 62Rib Lake 69 Assumption 48Mercer 52 Bayfield 36Mosinee 70 Rhinelander 69New Longon 86 Lakeland 67Phillips 69 Newman Catholic 36Mellen 67 Solon Springs 61Stratford 75 Abbotsford 37Boys Basketblal1/17/19Hermantown, MN 85 Ashland 48DC Everest 91 Newman Catholic 73Mercer 54 Solon Springs 46Girls Baskeball1/17/19Solon Springs 52 Mercer 42Hermantown, MN 55 Ashland 34Drummond 43 Bayfield 26Prentice 63 Marathon 55South Shore 59 Mellen 34Newman Catholic 85 Phillips 61Antigo 43 Northland Pines 40Washburn 46 Ironwood, MI 33Boys Wrestling1/17/19Medford 51 Lakeland/Mercer 21B0ys HOckey1/15/19Ashland 14 TEAM S.e.a.L. 0Girls Basketball1/15/19Mellen 50 Mercer 47Colby 41 Stratford 36Newman Catholic 50 Wausau East 44Rhinelander 73 Stevens Point 72Ashland 48 Rice Lake 30Medford 68 Tomahawk 28Boys Basketball1/15/19Rib Lake 59 Abbotsford 57Stratford 59 Assumption 40Auburndale 81 Newman Catholic 44Bayfield 66 Butternut 56Rhinelander 54 Medford 53Mercer 62 Mellen 50Phillips 88 Chequamegon 54Northland Pines 76 Tomahawk 54Ironwood, MI 72 Solon Springs 69Boys Basketball1/14/19Antigo 67 Lakeland 65Girls Basketball1/14/19Luck 51 Bayfield 33Assumption 52 Port Edwards 45Crandon 68 Northland Pines 22Auburndale 48 Greenwood 33Drummond 44 Butternut 13Mellen 50 Solon Springs 41Phillips 79 Tomahawk 38Hurley 66 Washburn 58Boys Hockey1/12/19RAM 4 TEAM S.e.a.L. 0High School Wrestling1/12/19Ladysmith InvitationalGirls Basketball1/11/19South shore 59 Hurley 45Lakeland 46 Mosinee 41Bayfield 50 Butternut 45Medford 63 Northland Pines 30Ironwood 80 Solon Springs 50Boys Basketball1/11/19Athens 70 Rib aLake 65Prentice 72 Chequamegon 45Edgar 61 Newman Catholic 32Marathon 72 Assumption 48Phillips 76 Abbotsford 48South Shore 78 Winter 40Stratford 62 Auburndale 46Boys Basketball1/10/19Mercer 73 Lac Courte Oreilles 30Mellen 84 Bayfield 56Drummond 60 South SHore 58Hurley 60 Solon Springs 44Medfrod 65 Northland Pines 52Girls Basketball1/10/19Rib Lake 57 Chequameon 41Athens 65 Abbotsford 53Assumption 56 Auburndale 41Stratford 42 Edgar 29Newman Catholic 67 Marathon 45Prentice 79 Phillips 48Hurley 76 Winter 33Boys Hockey1/10/19Lakeland 9 TEAM S.e.a.L. 0Wrestling1/10/19Phillips 57 ChequametonWinners for Phillips: Matthias Hoogland, Hunter Bruhn, Brarndon Bruneau, Kees HooglandWiners for Chequamegon: John Miller, Williams Graf, Beau MullinsBoys Basketball1/8/19Phelps 71 Mercer 63Marathon 72 Columbus Catholic 60Auburndale 83 Nekoosa 29Northland Pines 70 Hurley 59Prentice 68 Flambeau 36Phillips 99 Tomahawk 80Cloquet, MN 69 Ashland 51girls Basketball1/8/19Phillips 80 Chequameton 64Abbotsford 53 Rib Lake 45Lakeland 75 Antigo 38Stratford 41 Assumption 33Prentice 82 Athens 48Newman Catholic 60 Auburndale 49Bayfield 60 Mellen 42Washburn 65 Butternut 48Hurley 47 Solon SPrings 40Edgar 41 Marathon 37Drummond 46 South Shore 42Tomahawk 39 Northland Pines 26Boys Basketball1/7/19Athens 63 Stanley-Boyd 56Rib Lake 94 Gilman 65Drummond 57 Solon Springs 53Stratford 70 Colby 47Ironwood, MI 93 Mellen 82Wrestling1/5/19Boys Basketball1/4/19Auburndale 73 Phillips 46WI Rapids Assumption 65 Chequamegon 47Newman Catholic 76 Abbotsford 68Prentice 59 Ladysmith 52Medford 58 Lakeland 40Rhinelander 69 Tomahawk 43Girls Basketball1/4/19Newman Catholic 53 Abbotsford 42Assumption 79 Chequamegon 22South Shore 72 Butternut 27Stratford 55 Athens 33Hurley 53 Mercer 29Auburndale 56 Phillips 45Marathon 60 Rib lake 36Washburn 50 Bayfield 36Boys Basketball1/3/19Mellen 74 Chequamegon 69Cheq – Blake Richard 25pts/10reb….Joe Newberry 18pts….Chase Kronberger 15pts/10rebMercer 45 Drummond 41Edgar 52 Prentice 43Marathon 57 Rib Lake 54Stratford 68 Athens 47South Shore 51 Washburn 48Girls Basketball1/3/19Drummond 24 Mercer 17Lakeland 59 Medford 55Rhinelander 76 Tomahawk 35Abbotsford 32 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 31Ashland 56 Duluth Denfeld 34Three Lakes 65 Northland Pines 56Boys Hockey1/3/19Tomahawk 10 TEAM S.e.a.L. 1Boys Hockey12/29/18Monroe 4 TEAM S.e.a.L. 112/28/18Viroqua 4 TEAM S.e.a.L. 1Wrestling12/28/18Northern Badger InviteWrestling12/20/18Mosinee 34 Chequamegon 30Winning for Chequamegon:Jaden Schienebeck, Owen Miesbauer, William Graf and Max brunnerBoys Basketball12/20/18Wausau East 58 Lakeland 48Prentice 61 Abbotsford 54Newman Catholic 57 Asumption 37Athens 82 Chequamegon 46For Cheq – Blake Richard 11 ptsMercer 63 Butternut 43Phillips 60 Rib Lake 46Stratford 52 Marathon 50Ironwood 65 Hurley 52Girls Basketball12/20/18Mercer 44 Butternut 23Prentice 70 Northland Pines 33Lakeland 81 Wausau East 50Boys Hockey12/20/18Tomahawk 8 TEAM S.e.a.L. 0Boys Basketball12/18/18Abbotsform 61 Chequamegon 51Cheq. – Blake Richard 19ptsThree Lakes 47 Elcho 43Antigo 51 Medford 45Rhinelander 64 Ashland 59Edgar 56 Asumption 27Athens 54 Phillips 49Auburndale 54 Marathon 49Mosinee 79 Tomahawk 63Stratford 95 Newman Catholic 56Rib Lake 39 Prentice 38Lakeland 67 Northland Pines 48Girls Basketball12/18/18Lakeland 77 Northland Pines 49Siren 63 Washburn 22Athens 51 Ladysmith 32Colby 74 Marathon 40Auburndale 36 Nekoosa 33Stratford 41 Assumptino 33Hurley 44 Ironwood 40Boys Basketball12/17/18Hurley 56 Bayfield 44Mellen 66 Butternut 41Washburn 69 Mercer 61Girls Basketball12/17/18Washburn 46 Mercer 25Edgar 64 Northland Lutheran 47South Shore 51 Ironwood, MI 37Boys Hockey12/15/18TEAM S.e.a.L. 3 Shawano Co-0p 0Wrestling @ Tomahawk12/14/18Boys Basketball12/14/18Phillips 70 Hurley 29Marathon 88 Chequamegon 39Lakeland 84 tomahawk 45Auburndale 73 Abbotsford 51Prentice 78 Mellen 44Moinee 57 Medford 53Ashland 77 Washburn 61Rhinelander 84 Northland Pines 69Girls Basketball12/14/18Marathon 66 Chequamegon 43South shore 70 Solon Springs 62Auburndale 42 Abbotsford 28Hurley 46 Bayfield 42Lakeland 59 Tomahawk 35Mosinee 48 Medford 40Newman Catholic 86 Athen 58Prentice 72 Stratford 50Boys Basketball12/13/18Ironwood, MI 73 Butternut 47Butternut – Seth Scherwinski 23pts/9 reboundsPhillips 62 Assumption 47Flambeau 74 Cornell 45Cumberland 61 Hayward 57Bloomer 55 Ladysmith 17Athens 82 Newman Catholic 56Solon Springs 54 Bayfield 45Stratford 59 Prentice 39Girls Basketball12/13/18Superior 48 Ashland 32Assumption 78 Phillips 52Flambeau 38 Cornell 33Boys Basketball12/11/18Mercer 50 Three Lake 46Northland Pines 68 Chequamegon 36Cheq – Blake Richard 13pts, Joe Newberry 9ptsEdgar 48 Crivitz 45Grantsburg 53 Hayward 37Marathon 68 McDonell Central 51Rice Lake 82 Northwestern 66Rib Lake 66 Tomahawk 49Girls Basketball12/11/18Three Lakes 66 Mercer 36Crandon 61 Rhinelander 40Abbotsford 59 Prentice 55Ashland 67 Northland Pines 51Newman Catholic 62 Assumption 52Athens 72 Chequamegon 33Auburndale 46 Edgar 44Hayward 46 Ladysmith 26Cornell 37 Lac Courte Oreilles 25Medford 49 Antigo 47Northwestern 55 Barron 18Phillips 71 Rib Lake 42Siren 58 Bayfield 42Northwood 61 Solon Springs 29Bloomer 64 Spooner 22Stratford 52 Marathon 50Webster 75 Winter 50Boys HOckey12/11/18Northwest IceMen 10 TEAM S.e.a.L. 1TEAM S.e.a.L – Brandon Bebeau goal (assisted by Grayson Kief and Chance Petroski)Boys Basketball12/10/18Butternut 72 Winter 41Butternut – Seth Scherwinski 23pts, Josh Koch 19ptsFrederic 54 Drummond 38Ashland 68 Sponer 53Solon Springs 68 Mercer 59Mellen 57 South Shore 41Ironwood, MI 62 Washburn 59Girls Basketball12/10/18Solon Springs 65 Mercer 33South Shore 58 Chequamegon 42Hurley 50 Flbmbeau 46Wrestling12/8/18Boys Hockey12/8/18Grantsburg Co-op 13 TEAM S.e.a.L. 7Boys Basketball12/7/18Phillips 68 Prentice 58Rib Lake 80 Chequamegon 48Athens 52 Abbotford 44Auburndale 67 WI Rapids Assumption 38Ashland 81 Hurley 37Marathon 90 Newman Catholic 68Wausau East 63 Medford 49Mosinee 78 Northland Pines 73Lakeland 74 Rhinelander 59Girls Basketball12/7/18Mosinee 77 Northland Pines 40Rhinelander 59 Lakeland 45Ashland 61 Washburn 22Neillsville 49 Assumption 35Bayfield 53 Solon Springs 50Ironwood 63 Butternut 32Boys Basketball12/6/18Mercer 56 Bayfield 54Pittsville 69 Abbotsford 41Girls Basketball12/6/18Bayfield 60 Mercer 38Lake Holcombe 47 Rib Lake 44Prentice 78 Flambeau 45Medford 60 Wausau East 32Boys Basketball12/4/18Chequamegon 77 LCO 38Cheq – Blake Richard 17pts, Tanner Maier 11, Joe Newbury 10, Micah Schultz 10, Jason Chao 10Northwood 71 Birchwood 57Lake Holcombe 79 Cornell 66Phelps 66 Three Lakes 58Camerson 74 Ladysmith 43Hayward 64 Northland Pines 57Marshfield 72 Rhinelander 39Stratford 81 Assumption 40Rib Lake 82 Northland Lutheran 64Girls Basketball12/4/18Abbotsford 59 Chequamegon 45South Shore 50 Mellen 32Assumption 49 Edgar 37Marathon 60 Auburndale 53Bayfield 51 Butternut 32Butternut – Gwen McCorrison 14ptsBloomer 54 Ladysmith 28Flambeau 51 New Auburn 45Stratford 40 Newman Catholic 35Northwestern 69 Spooner 35Girls Basketball12/3/18Chequamegon 50 Tomahawk 44Cheq- Olivia Ocker 24pts, Sheau Mineau 10, Jamie Wohleben 7Boys Basketball12/3/18Butternut 44 Bayfield 42Butternut – Seth Scherwinski and Josh Koch 13pts eachAthens 69 Colby 60Columbus Catholic 73 Auburndale 54Edgar 70 Spencer 39Flambeau 45 Gilman 43Mellen 70 Mercer 58Phillips 55 Owen-WitheePhillips – Austin Edward 29ptsHurley 52 South Shore 50Ironwood, MI 80 Solon Springs 57Girls Basketball11/30/18Phillips 69 Marathon 51Boys Basketball11/30/18Phelps 64 Flambeau 62Assumption 44 Abbotsford 38Auburndale 67 Athen42Edgar 72 Chequamegon 27DC Everest 80 Medford 65Prentice 85 Newman Catholic 69Stratford 53 Rib Lake 48Ironwood 71 Bayfield 58Boys Basketball11/29/18Ashland 59 Hayward 49Mercer 72 Winter 31Northwestern 71 South Shore 34Rib Lake 89 Lake Holcombe 60Northwoods 38 Drummond 36Girls Basketball11/29/18Frederic 54 Solon Springs 42Edgar 78 Chequamegon 42Assumption 52 Abbotsford 24Athens 44 Auburndale 39Marshfield 56 medford 37Newman Catholic 62 Prentice 36Stratford 63 Rib Lake 26Boys Basketball11/27/18Phelps 79 Mellen 67Auburndale 79 Newman Catholic 65Ashland 53 Lakeland 45Phillips 86 Chequamegon 48Phillips – Austin Edwards 47ptsCheq – Blake Richard 14ptsMedford 56 Chippewa Falls 51Hayward 59 Osceola 44Ladysmith 69 Tomahawk 67Prentice 59 Athens 50Abbotsford 70 Rib Lake 58Northwestern 77 Washburn 48Girls Basketball11/27/18Winter 73 LCO 32South Shore 65 Bayfield 51Three Lake 72 Hurley 62Cameron 64 Ladysmith 40Rib Lake 36 Tomahawk 27Boys Basketball11/26/18Birchwood 79 Butternut 71Butternut – Carter Christian 20, Seth Scherwinski 19Girls Basketball11/26/18Birchwood 72 Butternut 30Girls Basketball11/20/18Butternut 61 Chequamegon 55Butternut – Gwen McCorrison 26, Taylar BOrtz 10Cheq. – Olivia Ocker 12, Shea Mineau 12, Jamie Wohlebben 11Superio 52 Ashland 39Northland Pines 44 Three Lakes 41Bayfield 80 Lac Courte Oreilles31Northwestern 84 Grantsburg 41Rhinelander 65 Marshfield 50Medford 51 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 32Boys Basketball11/20/18Bayfield 68 Lac Courte Oreilles 43Northland Pines 87 Three Lake 65Rhinelander 68 Shawano 60Girls Basketball11/19/18Chequamegon 57 Rib Lake 53 (ot)For Cheq. – Olivia Ocker 19, Josi Orr 17, Shea Mineau 11Abbotsford 46 Athens 32Assumption 62 Auburndale 50Newman Catholic 72 Marathon 32Prentice 92 Phillips 51Stratford 50 Edgar 32Girls Basketball11/16/18Chequamegon 53 Mellen 34Lakeland 63 Shawano 59South Shore 50 Lake Holcombe 40Girls Basketball11/15/18Phillips 61 Chequamegon 52Siren 53 Solon Springs 49Newman Catholic 53 Auburndale 42Prentice 70 Atghens 43Girls Volleyball Regional Finals10/20/18(From Coach Murphy)Prentice beat Athens Saturday night. We lost the 1st set 28-26. We gave up the lead late in the set with too many unforced errors. I’ll say this about these girls: I’ve never seen a team that can re-focus when needed. We won set 2 and 3 25-20, 25-18 and seemed poised to win in bold fashion. Then, we started the 4th set. I finally called a time-out down 7-1. Down 11-2, we got the ball back again, and really started to play. We won the set 25-22. If you’ve watched enough volleyball, a come back in that fashion against a good team just doesn’t happen. Sophomore Olivia Burcaw led the offense with 21 kills and only 1 hitting error. She had 7 in a row down the stretch in the 4th set. Amazing. She certainly carried our team Saturday night. Senior Chelby Hartman had 30 assists for the match. Senior Jordan Hora led the defense with 5 blocks, and Junior Kaelyn Isaacson had 19 digs. She was amazing on the floor.Cross Country10/20/18High School Girls Volleyball10/18/18
In Divisioin 3 WIAA Regional Play at Phillips it took two hours for the Loggers to earn the hard fought 3-2 victory over the Ladysmith Lumberjills. Sets scores were (22-25, 25-16, 24-26, 25-18, 15-12) The final point came on a solo block kill by setter Marie Harrington.Statistical leadersAttack Kills: Rachel Callow 21, Jada Eggebecht 19, Roush 11Assists: Harrington 31, Roush 28Digs: Eggebrecht 33, Callow 30Pass Assist:Olivia Harding 17 and Callow 17The Loggers are now in action against the Grantsburg Pirates at 700 pm Saturday in Grantsburg.(From Coach Bortz)Butternut lost our second regional game at Birchwood in 3 sets 7-25,12-25, 14-25
“It was a tough end to our season tonight but credit to Birchwood for playing tough. There was a lot of energy in their gym which rattled the girls in the beginning but then they settled down and started playing like they could. Birchwood was too much offensively for us and we never got our own offensive going. I am so proud of how hard the team worked this season. We were successful because of their effort and team work.”
Grace Wegner led the team with 5 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 4. Gwen led with 8 digs followed by Chaselyn Currier with 5.High School Football10/12/18Pecatonica/Argyle 56 Hurley 14Ashland 28 Medford 12Pittsville 35 Flambeau 0Rib Lake/Prentice 50 Chequamegon 6Edgar 26 Stratford 20Newman Catholic 44 Phillips 14Lakeland 24 Rhinlander 18Mercer/Butternut 49 Mellen 20Cross Country10/11/18Marawood Conference Meet Results HEREIndianhead Conference Meet Results HEREGirls Volleyball10/11/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut lost a conference game at home against Washburn in 3 sets 15-25, 24-26,
“Credit to Washburn. They are #1 in the conference and Regional seeding for a reason. I was very proud of how my girls played the first two sets against them. They worked hard and played as a team who wanted to win. Set three we struggled defensively and in serve receiving and couldn’t put anything together offensively. All in all a great way to end our regular season in preparation for tournament play.”
Grace Wegner led the team with 7 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 4.
JV lost 10-25, 17-25, 6-15High School Girls Volleyball10/9/18@ Marawood CrossoverMarathon 3 Phillips 225-19, 18-25, 15-25, 25-11, 11-15High School Football10/5/18WI Heights 44 Phillips 28Auburndale 47 Chequamegon 0Lakeland 20 Marquette, MI 14Stratford 41 Marathon 8Medford 36 Merrill 8Ashland 28 Rhinelander 6Kewaunee 48 tomahawk 20Northwoods/Solon Springs 55 Mellen 8Shell Lake 38 Mercer/Butternut 14Edgar 14 Rib Lake/Prentice 0Abbotsford 49 Athens 6Girls Volleyball10/5/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut lost a conference game in South Shore tonight in 3 sets 19-25, 19-25, 20-25.
“It was a tough night for Butternut volleyball. We beat ourselves with more errors than we’ve ever had in a match this season. Defensively we struggled which didn’t allow us to be aggressive at the net. We had trouble putting anything together; digging, setting, and hitting was off tonight. Definitely a match to move on from.”
Grace Wegner led the team with 9 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 6. Cassy Bortz led the team with 4 aces and 15 digs. Katie Bourgard followed with 3 aces and Chaselyn Currier with 14 digs.
JV lost 8-25, 7-25
The Loggers traveled to Abbotsford and were swept by the Falcons 3-021-25, 15-25, 23-25.Rachel Callow had 15 attack kills and Jada Eggebrecht 6Marie Harrington 16 assists and Jessica Roush 11Callow had 23 digs and Eggebrecht 18The Logger JV also lost 3-0.Next action is at Gilman SaturdayGirls Volleyball10/1/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut won a home conference game against Solon Springs in 3 sets 25-17, 25-11, 25-13.
“The girls came out slow tonight but then started playing like they could and finished with a lot of intensity. It was our Dig Pink night tonight and there was a lot of energy in the gym which the girls fed off. Taylar Bortz did a great job of setting up our hitters who were strong at the net. I was very proud of how they worked to get the win.”
Grace Wegner led the team with 14 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 9. Katie Bourgard led the team with 6 service aces followed by Gwen and Cassy Bortz with 4 each. Cassy led the team with 14 digs followed by Gwen with 11.
We played 1 JV set and lost 23-25.Girls Volleyball9/29/18In the Marawood Conference Cross Over Challenge on Saturday the Loggers went 2-1. Winning over Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 25-15, 25-20 and Edgar 25-15, 25-10. The Loggers played well against Wausau Newman but lost 23-25, 18-15.Philips JV won two of four matches at the Medford tournament.Phillips is at Abbotsford Tuesday and the Gilman tournament Saturday.High School Football9/28/18Hurley 36 Pepin/Alma 34Ashland 22 Lakeland 6Edgar 47 Marathon 8Mosinee 42 Medford 28Rib Lake/Prentice 20 Tomahawk 0Stratford 43 Auburndale 7Abbotsford 49 Owen-Withee 20Phillips 41 McDonnell Central 8Mercer/Butternut 58 Winter/Birchwood 46Eleva-Srum 60 Chequameogn 14Cross Country9/27/18Cross Country@ Flambeau Invite9/25/18Girls Voleyball9/25/18Athens 3 Chequamegon 0Mosinee 3 Lakeland 0 (25-16, 25-12, 25-18)Phillips 3 Rib Lake 125-19, 23-25, 25-21, 25=17Rachel Callow had 17 attack kills, Jada Eggebrecht 16 and Brianna Guzinski 8Jess Roush had 25 assists and Marie Harrington 22Callie Podmolik had 23 digsPhillips plays at Edgar on Saturday.(From Coach Mike Murphy)Prentice won a Marawood North conference match against Abbotsford Tuesday night in a tough, tough 5 set match. We lost set 1 25-19, regrouped to win 2 and 3 25-22, 25-20. Then completely fell apart in set 4, losing 25-14. Then we found it in set 5 winning 15-12. We picked a good night to bring it together on senior night. Senior Alyssa Schellin led the offense with 24 kills and sophomore Olivia Burcaw was close with 23. We only had 4 service errors on the night, and I think that made the difference. We kept the pressure on Abby to pass the ball well. Senior Chelby Hartman had 43 assists. She was on last night. Nothing was getting away from her last night.Girls Volleyball9/25/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut won a conference home game against Mellen in 3 sets 25-17, 25-18, 25-18.
“The girls had a lot of fire tonight and worked great as a team to get the win. We were solid defensively and aggressive at the net offensively. Taylar had a great night getting to the ball and setting up our hitters. They definitely had the drive to win.”
Junior Grace Wegner led the team with 9 kills and 4 service aces. Sophomore Gwen McCorison had 7 kills and led the team with 13 digs. Sophomore Chaselyn Currier followed with 12 digs.
Our JV lost 15-25, 12-25, 13-25Girls Volleyball@ Phillips Tournament9/22/18The Logger Volleyball team went 5-0 in winning the Championship at the Logger Invitational on Saturday. The Loggers had 2-0 victories in pool play over Bayfied 25-9, 25-10, Bruce 25-20, 25-8 and Three Lakes 25-15, 25-10. In the semi finals Phillips defeated Lakeland 25-17, 25-18 and in the finals won over Three Lakes 25-11, 25-16. Three Lakes had defeated Ladysmith in the semi final match. Lakeland finished 4th and Chequamegon finished 7th.Loggers host Rib Lake on Tuesday.High School Football9/21/18Auburndale 35 Marathon 6Tomahawk 42 Chequamegon 6Edgar 48 Laconia 0Lakeland 30 Merrill 18Ashland 46 Northland Pines 6Stratford 41 Rib Lake/Prentice 0Loyal 54 Athens 26Hurley 54 Elcho/White Lake 0crystal Falls Forest Hills, MI 32 Phillips 18Northwoods/Solon Springs 63 Winter/Birchwood 38Bruce 82 Butternut/Mercer 44Girls Volleyball9/20/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut lost a conference game in Ironwood tonight in 3 sets 10-25, 19-25, 23-25.
“Tonight was a tough night. We struggled digging up Ironwood’s attacks and then couldn’t get our own offense going as a result. We played better sets 2 and 3 but not enough to get it done. Ironwood played stronger than us.”
Sophomore Gwen McCorison led the team with 7 kills and Freshman Cassy Bortz with 14 digs.
Our JV lost 14-25, 18-25Cross Country9/18/18@ ChequamegonGirls Volleyball9/18/18Athens over Phillips 25-17, 25-13, 25-20Jada Eggebrecht 8 killsRachel Callow 3 acesJess Roush 14 assistCallie Podmolik 14 digsLoggers at Northland Pines THursday and host the PHillips INvite SaturdayGirls Volleyball9/17/18Chequamegon def. Hurley 3-2Prentice def. Gilman 3-0 (28-26, 25-20, 25-18)–Olivia Burcaw and Alyssa Schellin had 10 kills eachCross Country9/15/18Smiley Invitational Results HEREHigh School Girls Voleyball9/15/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut played in the Winter tournament today against Winter, Mellen, and LCO and took first place beating Mellen in 3 sets
25-19, 23-25, 15-7/ LCO in 2 sets 25-18,
25-9/ and Winter in 2 sets 25-12, 25-15.
“The girls had a lot of intensity today and they definitely came to play. It was probably the best I’ve seen them pass and attack the ball this season. They were fun to watch today.”
Junior Grace Wegner led the day with 18 kills followed by Sophomore Gwen McCorison with 16. Freshman Cassy Bortz notched 7 aces for the day followed by Gwen and Senior Taylar Bortz with 5 each. Grace led the day with 28 digs followed by Cassy with 25.High School Football9/14/18Edgar 64 Chequamegon 0Stratford 34 Marengo, IL 33Auburndale 35 Tomahawk 0Ashland 32 Merrill 20Medford 26 Menomonee, MI 7Abbotsford 41 Assumption 6Antigo 24 Rhinelander 13Rib Lake/Prentice 6 Marathon 0Hurley 49 Northland Pines 27Mosinee 45 Lakeland 27Northwoods/Solon Springs 54 Mercer/Butternut 6High School Girls Volleyball9/13/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut won a conference match at home against Hurley in 3 sets 25-17, 25-22, 25-12.
“I was nervous of how we were going to come out to play after our intense match with Drummond on Monday. The girls came out strong the first set, second set started a bit slow but then they rallied and closed it out, and third set they played with intensity. They were fun to watch tonight and really played as a team. I was very proud of them.”
Sophomore Gwen McCorison led the team with 8 kills followed by Sophomore Chaselyn Currier with 5. Both Chaselyn and Senior Taylar Bortz notched 4 service aces. Taylar led the team with 17 digs followed by Freshman Cassy Bortz with 16. Taylar covered the floor well tonight getting to the passes to set up our hitters.
Butternut JV won 1 out of 3 sets 18-25, 10-25, 25-20High School Girls Volleyball9/11/18Rib Lake def. Chequamegon 3-0Prentice def. Phillips 3-0 (25-21, 25-18, 25-19)Rachel Callow led the Loggers with 9 kills.Marie Harrington had 19 assists.Medford def. Lakeland 3-0 (25-8, 25-13, 25-14)High School Girls Volleyball9/10/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut lost a conference match in Drummond tonight in 5 sets. 26-24, 25-21, 24-26,13-25, 14-16.
“Tonight was definitely a battle that came down to who was making the fewer mistakes and getting the more aggressive attacks. We were strong in the first 3 sets capitalizing off Drummond’s mistakes but then fell apart in set 4. Set 5 was back and forth right till the end with Drummond coming out on top. I was very proud of how my girls played tonight.”
Junior Grace Wegner led the team with 10 kills followed by sophomore Gwen McCorison and Freshman Cassy Bortz with 5. Sophomore Chaselyn Currier led the team with 5 aces followed by Gwen and Cassy with 4. Gwen led the team with 14 digs followed by Chaselyn with 13. Senior Taylar Bortz had a great night setting up our hitters.”
Butternut JV won their set 25-14.Football -JV9/10/18Chequamegon 27 Hley 24Cross Country9/8/18High school Football9/7/18Marathon 47 Chequamegon 14Stratford 49 Tomahawk 7Medford 36 Rhinelander 7Edgar 46 Auburndale 6Hurley 62 Suring 7Assumption 46 Athens 22Antigo 28 Lakeland 13Siren 64 Mercer/Butternut 12Florence 34 Phillips 8Northland Pines 26 Rib Lake/Prentice 14Cross CountryChequamegon @ Cameron Invite Results HEREHigh School Girls Volleyball9/6/18(From Coach Bortz)Butternut won a conference game in Bayfield in 4 sets 25-22, 21-25, 25-23, 26-24.
“ We struggled tonight with Bayfield’s low ceiling and with serve receive. By the end of the match we were adjusting and able to put pressure on them offensively. I was proud of how the team kept working and never gave up. I give credit to Bayfield who seemed to dig up everything we gave to them.”
Gwen McCorison led the team with 14 kills followed by Grace Wegner with 7. Chaselyn Currier led the team with 32 digs followed by Gwen McCorison with 31. Taylar led the team with 5 aces followed by Chaselyn and Grace both with 3.
Butternut JV won both sets 25-21, 25-22High School Girls Volleyball9/4/18
Phillips defeated Chequamegon in Marawood Conference Volleyball action at Logger Camp. 3-0 (25-9, 25-11, 25-7)Loggers led by Jada Eggebrecht and Rachel Callow with 6 kills eachMarie Harrington had 15 assistsEggebrecht had 5 digsHarrington had 7 aces and Gretchen Hoogland 5Loggers next action is Saturday in the Ashland Invitational.
(From Coach Kim Bortz)
Butternut played a home non-conference game against LCO tonight and won in 3 sets 25-19, 25-17, 25-17.
“The girls struggled tonight and came out flat. We were lucky to win this one. We had difficulty with all fundamentals in set one. They then started playing like they were capable of but struggled at the service line. By the end of set three they started pulling everything together by getting passes to Taylar who was able to set our hitters for aggressive attacks. It was a challenge of a night.”
Grace Wegner led the team with 16 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 6. Gwen led the team with 19 digs followed by Grace with 13. Cassy Bortz led the team with 7 aces followed by Taylar Bortz with 6.
Butternut JV won 15-10, 15-4Cross Country@ Marshfield Invitational9/1/18Click HERE for ResultsHigh School Footblal8/31/18Athens 42 Thorp 6Marathon 28 Abbotsford 17Rib Lake/Prentice 28 Auburndale 20Hurley 42 Cameorn 6Edgar 55 Tomahawk 0Northland Pines 64 Marion/Tigerton 14Medford 34 Lakeland 32Mercer/ButternutShell Lake 60 Mellen 14Prairie Farm 52 Winter/Birchwood 14Mercer/Butternut 55 Washburn/Bayfield/South Shore 208/30/18Stratford 68 Chequamegon 6Stepenson, MI 44 Phillips 18 (Game Audio HERE)Ashland 26 Antigo 20Wausau East 13 Rhinelander 12High School Girls Volleyball8/30/18(Submitted by Butternut Coach Kim Bortz)Butternut won a non-conference game against Chequamegon tonight in 3 sets 25-14, 25-15, 25-9.
“My girls came to play tonight and were very strong both defensively and offensively. Senior Taylar Bortz had a strong night setting and led the team with 4 service aces. Freshman Cassy Bortz followed with 3 aces. Sophomore Gwen McCorison led the team with 9 kills followed by Junior Grace Wegner with 6. Sophomore Chaselyn Currier led the team with 26 digs followed by Grace Wegner with 25.”
JV lost 5-25, 23-25, 20-25Cross Country8/28/18Girls Volleyball8/28/18WI Valley Lutheran 3 Chequamegon 0…….25-8, 25-13, 25-11Chequamegon JV 3 WI Valley Lutheran 0Phillips JV2 3 Chequamegon 0Butternut hosted a triangular against Phelps and Mellen tonight. Butternut won the triangular beating Phelps in 2 sets 25-9, 25-9 and Mellen in 2 sets 25-16, 25-17. Butternuts JV won both JV sets against Phelps 15-7 and Mellen 15-7. Mellen took 2nd beating Phelps in 2 sets 25-19, 25-13. Phelps JV beat Mellen 15-6.“I was very proud of how both our teams played tonight. We are still working on the kinks of going from a 6-2 that we’ve ran for years to a 5-1. Senior Taylar Bortz is our setter and did a tremendous job setting up our hitters tonight. They were aggressive with attacking and defensively played solid. They played as a team and had positive attitudes. Junior Grace Wegner led the team with 9 service aces and 8 kills. Senior Katie Bourgard followed with 6 service aces and Sophomore Gwen McCorison with 7 kills. Freshman Cassy Bortz led the team with 18 digs followed by Grace Wegner with 14. I’m looking forward to seeing what these teams can do this season.”
Butternut VolleyballGirls High School Volleyball8/25/18Stratford 2 Rib Lake 0Prentice 2 Three Lakes 0Stratford 2 Phillips 0Three Lakes 2 Butternut 0High School Football8/24/18Barron 27 Chequamegon 13Athens 40 Augusta 22Chippewa Falls 35 Medford 8Stratford 28 Antigo 8Bloomer 42 Lakeland 14Manawa 34 Auburndale 22Iola-Scandinava 21 Marathon 0Northland Pines 48 Northern Elite 20Tomahawk 14 Rhinelander 7Pittsville 21 Rib Lake/Prentice 12Ashland 38 Hurley 14Bruce 54 Washburn/South Shore 0Clayton 38 Winter/Birchwood 16Edgar 43 Mondovi 3Flambeau 43 Tri-County 12Abbotsford 30 Gilman 6Oakfield 31 Phillips 26Mercer/Butternut 2 Lma Center Lincoln 0 (forfeit)High School Football8/17/18Chequamegon 14 Boyceville 0– TD’s by Joe Wagner and Michael KirchPhillips 38 Port Edwards 8– The Phillips Loggers football team used touchdown runs of 66 and 7 yards by Dakota Haberman, touchdown runs of 24 and 10 yards by Nate Haskins and a 2 yard touchdown run by Daren Petruzalek to power to a 38-8 victory over the Port Edwards Blackhawks.Turtle Lake 22 Hurley 12Abbotford 78 Crandon 0Rib Lake/Prentice 28 Athens 6Edgar 30 Baldwin/Woodville 0Lakeland 43 Hayward 13Mosinee 44 Marathon 9Wittenburg/Birnamwood 38 Northland Pines 22Northwestern 43 Ashland 28Pittsville 37 Auburndale 36Rhinelander 28 Prescott 6Rice Lake 46 Medford 32Spencer/Columbus Catholic 27 Stratford 7Tomahawk 20 Shiocton 14Luck 40 Mellen 14Mercer/Butternut 48 New Auburn 26Prairie Farm 54 Washburn/South Shore 0Summer Softball6/27/18The BMC 16U girls softball team lost a pair of 1 run games last night in Park Falls vs the Hurley Midgets. 4-3 in game one and 7-6 in the night cap. Eva Pasewald pitching for BMC going 5 IN, 4R (3 ER), on 4 hits, 5 BB with 6K’s. BMC offense also only limited to 4 hits, 3 BB, and 6K’s. Hits by Taylar Bortz, Hayley Minnema, Cassie Bortz and Alyssa Hoffman.Game 2 saw BMC jump out to a quick 6-3 lead after 2. a 4 run burst for Hurley in the bottom of the 3rd provides the margin of victory. Cassie Bortz on the mound for BMC going 2 innings, giving up 3R on 3 hits, 3BB with 1K, Jersey Polenchek with an inning of work giving up 4R on 1hit and 4 BB, and Eva Pasewald with a clean 4th inning with 2 K’s. 2 hits each for Miranda Dane, Grace Wegner, Eva Pasewald.BMC travels to Flambeau tonight for the season finally.Summer Girls Softball6/25/18The Butternut/Chequamegon combined 16U softball team continued their winning ways last night up in Ironwood, defeating the Red Devils 15-9. Grace Wegner pitched 3 innings giving up 6 runs on 2 hits with 5K’s, Eva Paswald on the mound for the final 4 innings giving up 3 runs on 2 hits with 8 punchouts. Wegner again lead the offense with a double, 2 triples and 3 runs scored. Nina Kelto had a nice night at the plate with a single, double, and triple. Haley Minnema and Sam Cebery also with 2 hits a piece. Final home game this Wednesday night, double header vs Hurley. First pitch at 6pmS.E.a.L. Trap Shooting Team6/24/18
Heizler makes podium again, Michek shoots first 25 straight at State SCTP Trap Championship.
Members of the S.E.a.L. Shooting Team traveled to the Wisconsin Trapshooter’s Association complex near Wisconsin Rapids on June 24 to compete in the Scholastic Clay Target Program State Trap Championships. Approximately 1500 scholastic athletes from across the state participated in the annual event, making the Wisconsin Shoot the second largest state SCTP competition in the nation.
Team S.E.a.L was led on day by Intermediate Advanced shooter Delton Heizler, who finished in 3rd place in his division with a 96/100. 2018 marks the third year in a row Heizler has made the podium at the State Championships. “Delton’s consistency is truly amazing” said Coach Nesbit of Heizler’s achievement. “Nothing rattles him. Sometimes I wonder if we should check his pulse. Making the podium three years in a row is quite an accomplishment and something he should be extremely proud of.”
More Team S.E.a.L. shooters scored 90 or better at this year’s State Shoot than any other and included Heizler’s 96, Tyler Hlavacek’s 94, Jake Fusak’s 93, and Sam Nesbit’s 90.
While Heizler’s podium finish was certainly noteworthy, the individual highlight of the event may have occurred when one of the team’s youngest shooters, Ethan Michek, recorded his first 25 straight ever at the State Shoot. Coach Nesbit said “We were all holding our breath watching Ethan shoot those last five targets. He’s such a great kid and a real credit to the team and the shooting sports. He epitomizes everything that our team and the SCTP stands for. I couldn’t be more happy for him!” Other Team S.E.a.L. shooters recording perfect rounds of 25 on the day included Jake Fusak, Delton Heizler, and Dayne Marlenga.
Team SEaL will wrap up the season July 14-21 at the SCTP National Championships, held at the Cardinal Shooting Center near Margeno, Ohio.
Team S.E.a.L. State Trap Championship Results:
S.E.a.L Shooting Club 1 2 3 4 Total Back Jake Fusak 24 22 25 22 93 0 6 Jackson Grendys 22 21 21 19 83 0 6 Delton Heizler 24 24 25 23 96 0 23 Jase Hlavacek 18 19 21 20 78 0 7 Tyler Hlavacek 24 24 24 22 94 0 1 Michaela Mallo 18 21 22 21 82 0 3 Dayne Marlenga 21 23 19 25 88 0 29 Ethan Michek 21 20 23 25 89 0 44 Thomas Mineau 14 22 15 22 73 0 7 Luke Murphy 20 18 14 13 65 0 0 Samuel Nesbit 24 23 23 20 90 0 5 Blake Richard 20 20 21 19 80 0 7 Arnie Spanjer 22 17 21 18 78 0 15 Thomas Tesmer 18 24 23 22 87 0 6 Trevor Tesmer 16 20 13 18 67 0 0 Joe Wartgow 13 14 18 11 56 0 3 John Wartgow 16 19 19 21 75 0 12
Summer Softball6/21/1816U Girls Softball10-4 victory over visiting Flambeau. Eva Pasewald goes the distance, 7 strong innings giving up 4 ER on 2 hits, 4 BB’s with 13 K’s. Good defensive play for BMC with only 1 error on the night.6 BMC girls with at least 2 hits on the night including Miranda Dane, Grace Wegner, Riannon Kolar, Haley Minnema, Katie Bourgard, and Eva Paswald. Grace Wegner the star of the night going 3 for 3 with a double, 2 home runs, and intentional walk and 3 runs scored.Summer Girls Softball6/18/18(from Coach Glenn Wegner)Good hard fought victory for the Butternut Mercer Chequamegon combined jr softball team Monday night vs the visiting Ironwood Red Devils. Final score BMC 3, Ironwood 2. Eva Paswald goes 7 strong innings giving up only 3 hits and 3 walks while striking out 18 batters. Pitchers dual through 4 until Ironwood was able to tally a run after a walk and double. BMC answered in the bottom of the 5th with Haley Minnema reaching on an error by the 3rd baseman and advancing to third on a couple wild pitches and finally home on a past ball to knot the game at 1 each. BMC takes the lead in the bottom of the 6th with Maddie Bourgard reaching on a hit by pitch followed by a couple walks to advance her to 3rd where she would score on a wild pitch. Ironwood fights back with an unearned run in the top of the 7th on a clean single to tie the game. Paswald strikes out the batter with runners on 2nd and 3rd to end the threat. BMC gets the leadoff batter on board with a walk, followed by a fielders choice. With one on and one out, Nina Kelto bloops a base hit into right field. Another fielders choice out at 3rd base leaves BMC with runners on 1st and 2nd with 2 outs. Ironwood then intentionally walks Grace Wegner to load the bases. Eva Paswald comes through with an infield single to plate Nina Kelto for the walk-off win. Upcoming home games this week for BMC include a game vs Mellen on Wednesday night, Flambeau on Thursday night and Ashland on Friday night. Game time is 6pm at the high school field complex. Remember to bring your lawn chairs as the bleachers have been removed making way for the new ones.High School Baseball6/5/18SectionalsButternut/Mercer 10 Northwood 2Thorp 12 Butternut/Mercer 2Webster 11 Chequamegon 1 (5 innings)State Track Meet in La Crosse– Jessica Roush of Phillips 10th in the 100m Dash-Peyton Enders of Prentice 13th in the high jump-Aubrey Schoeneman – Mercer – 4th in the shot put, 9th in the discus-3200m Run – Nicole Koski – Chequamegon – 17th place-Girls 4 x 400m Relay team – Phillips – 16th placeJessica Roush, Carolyn Neerdaels, Kalin Baratka, Annikka Johnson– Brice McClay – Chequamegon – 15th in Prelim’s for 200m dash– Kaitlyn Erickson – Prentice – 200m dash – 13th in Prelims– Isaac DeCarlo – Hurley – 6th in long jump– Sean Bjork – Drummond 16th in long jump– Devon Lino of Hurley 13th in shot putMahra Wick of Hurley 13th in qualifying for 300m hurdles–High School BaseballRegional Final5/31/18Butternut/Mercer 6 Washburn 5High School BaseballRegional Final5/30/18Chequamegon 9 Phillips 0WP – Alec O’Meara 7ipHunter Minnema 3 run HRHigh School Baseball5/29/18Butternut/Mercer 5 Mellen 1Butternut Mercer Pioneers advance to the Regional Finals with a 5-1 win over Mellen. Seth Scherwinski was solid on the mound, going 6 innings to get the win, giving up 1 unearned run on 3 hits, walking 2, striking out 5. Baylie Huybrecht pitched a scoreless 7th to seal the win. John Lynch led the way hitting with 2 hits and 2 RBI. Seth Scherwinski and Kobe Hiller added 2 hits each. Carter Christian and Brendan Bebeau each added an RBI. Owen Jokinen pitched well for Mellen taking the loss.The Pioneers (14-4) host Washburn on Wednesday at 5:00 for the Regional Championship. Washburn defeated Drummond 10-6.Chequamegon 6Chetek/WeyerhaueserBox Score R H ECheq 6 10 3Chet/Wey 5 3 4WP – Dawson Weik2 hits for Blake Richard and Hunter Minnema2 RBI for William GrafHigh School Baseball5/24/18
Butternut Mercer hosted Phillips in a Regional tune up. A scoreless pitchers duel thru 4 between Austin Edwards and Jace Scherwinski. In the 5th the Puoneers defense flinched and the Loggers took advantage scoring 4 times. The rain came in the 6th sending the Loggers home with the 4-0 shutout victory. Edwards gave up one hit, striking out 6. Scherwinski gave up 4 hits, striking out 3.
B/M finishes the regular season at 13-4 and will host the Regional game on Tuesday at 5:00 against the Hurley-Mellen winner.High School Softball5/23/18The Butternut Mercer girls softball wrapped up their regular season on Monday night, dropping a non conference game to Mellen 11-10. Back and forth battle saw Mellen scratch a run in the first with BM responding with 2 in the 2nd, each team trading runs in the 3rd and Mellen plating a run in the 4th to tie the game at 3 a piece. Grace Wegner’s 2 RBI triple in the bottom of the 5th gave the Lady Pioneers the lead. Mellen responded with 4 runs in the top of the 6th thanks to a couple defensive errors to grab a 7-5 advantage. RBI’s by Jess Klopatek and Taylar Bortz helped BM score 3 in the bottom of the frame to go ahead 8-7. A couple more defensive miscues allowed Mellen to score 4 in the top of the 7th to go ahead 11-8. The Lady Pioneers rallied to score 2 runs to pull within 1 but stranded the tying run at 3rd to end the game. Butternut Mercer pounded out 16 hits including 5 doubles and 2 triples. “We definitely hit the ball well tonight, but made a lot of base running errors that cost us a couple runs and took us out of, what could have been, some really big innings. Key defensive errors late in the game proved to be the difference maker”- Coach Wegner. Taylar Bortz lead the offense going 3-4 with 2 runs scored 2 doubles and RBI and stolen base. Rhiannon Kolar continued to pound the ball with a double and triple. Taylor Weinberger went 3-4 with a double, and RBI and run scored. Bortz pitched 6 strong innings giving up 7 runs (only 3 earned) on 7 hits, 7 walks and 1 K. Grace Wegner pitched the 7th giving up 4 runs (only 1 earned) with no hits allowed, 3 walks and 2 K’s. Butternut Mercer ends their regular season with a 6-9 overall record, good for the 5th seed in Regionals and travel to Minong on Wednesday the 23 to face Northwood.Butternut Mercer fell to Northwood 18-3 in a 4 inning contest Wednesday night at Minong. Tight battle through 2 innings with Northwood scoring on a home run in the first. The Northwood Evergreens exploded for 11 unearned runs in the bottom of the 3rd to put the game out of reach. A couple of early errors followed by some solid hitting allowed Northwood to pull away. Butternut Mercer fought back in the top of the 4th scoring 3. After 1 out, Grace Wegner got it started with a single followed by a Tryphina Zielke walk. After a lineout to 1st by Rhiannon Kolar, Chelsea McReynolds reached on an error to load the bases for Emma Herbst who lined a single to left to plate the first run of the game. With based still loaded Jess Klopatek came though with a big hit to score 2 more but was thrown out a second to end the frame. Northwood scores 6 in the bottom of the 4th to end the game via the 15 run rule. “We basically ran out of pitching at the end with all 3 girls nursing arm injuries. Taylar really pitched will early on, but that 3 inning really took it’s toll on her in the heat” Grace Wegner and Rhiannon Kolar combined to pitch the 4th to finish the game. “This was a great group of girls to coach this year and we took a big stop forward for the program with the core of the team still intact for next season. We had 8 out of the 14 girls as first year players. They had to learn a lot in a very short amount of time with the compressed season with some of them really starting to excel late in the season. We will be returning 7 of the 9 starters with some good talent coming up, so we should be right in the thick of things next year.”High School GolfRegionals @ BirchwoodChequamegon places 2nd to advance to SectionalsSee Results HEREHigh School Baseball5/222/18Chequamegon 11 Edgar 1High School BaseballChequamegon 17 Ironwood, MI 1Box Score R H EChequamegon 17 15 2Ironwood, MI 1 6 5High School Baseball5/19/18Butternut Mercer Pioneers went 1-1 in the Washburn tournament on Saturday. In game 1, a good match up with Div 2 Northland Pines. Both teams going with their aces, but it did not look that way early as each team scored 4 times in the first inning. Each starter settled down after that and pitched in to the 6th inning. Pioneers starter Jace Scherwinski went 5-2/3 giving up 5 runs, 3 earned on 6 hits, with 10K’s. J.Meier for Pines wnet 6-1/3 giving up 5 runs, 4 earned on 8 hits with 10K’s. Seth Scherwinski pitched 2-1/3, giving up 3 runs, 1 earned to take the loss. As NP scored 3 times in the 8th inning to pull out the 8-5 win. John Lynch led the Pioneers with 3 hits.In the consolation game, the Pioneers got up early and cruised to a 14-3 win over Gogebic in a time limit shortened game. Baylie Huybrecht gets the win on the mound pitching 2 scoreless innings with 5K’s. John Lynch and Jordan Ahlborn pitched in relief. Isaac Wegner with 2 hits for the Pioneers.B/M (13-3) travel to Prentice on Monday, then host Phillips Thursday in match up of top seeds tuning up for Regional playHigh School Baseball5/18/18Phillips 11 Edgar 4Stratford 9 Chequamegon 5Girl Softball5/18/18Lakeland 11 Tomahawk 5High School Baseball5/17/18Chequamegon 12 Abbotsford 2Chequamegon 13 Abbotsford 3Athens 7 Phillips 6Butternut/Mercer 12 Hurley 2
Butternut Mercer Pioneers clinch the Indianhead outright with 12-2 win over Hurley.Big night at the plate for Jace and Seth Scherwinski with the rest of the order chipping in for one big inning to bust open a close game.“Hurley played very well for 4 innings. We had two big plays throwing runners out at the plate or things could have been a lot different. We starting hitting in the 5th and it kind of snowballed on them.” Trevor Pollitt was solid on the mound and Baylie Huybrecht came in to snuff out a rally in the 4th and finish off the game to pick up the win.B/M (12-2,8-0) play Northland Pines Saturday at 11 in the Washburn tourney and at Prentice Monday.High School Softball5/17/18
at Hurley 10, Chequamegon 8
Hurley rallied from an 8-1 deficit to score three runs in the fifth and six in the sixth to defeat the Chequamegon High School softball team 10-8 on Monday in Hurley. Kayla Herbst hit a run-scoring double and scored on Josi Orr’s two-out single in the Chequamegon third. Kiana Schmidt singled and Mackenzie Dane walked ahead of Hannah Borne’s two-run double in the fourth. In the fifth, Orr walked and Eva Pasewald and Allison Michels singled ahead of Kiana Schmidt’s two-run double. Korre HHerbst and Dane followed with RBI ground outs.High School Golf5/15/18@ Apostle Highland in Bayfield1st) Washburn 3642nd) Ashland 3713rd) Chequamegon 391For Chequamegon-Zach Carper 86Jason Chao 98Sam Nesbit 103Blake Karnick 104Olivia Zeman 111High School Softball5/15/18
Chequamegon 10, Drummond 0 (5)
Mackenzie Dane allowed just three hits and fanned 11 in Chequagon’s 10-0 five-inning victory over visiting Drummond on Tuesday at the Park Falls Athletic Complex. The Screaming Eagles rapped 15 hits in the game.
Chequamegon plated two runs in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Hannah Born and an RBI single by Kayla Herbst.Miranda Dane had a two-run single and Korrie Herbst had an RBI double in a four-run third.
With a 6-0 lead, Allison Michels and Brooklyn Hanson singled to start the bottom of the fifth. After two were out, Borne hit a two-run single and scored on Kayla Herbst’s triple. Miranda Dane ended the game via the run rule with an RBI double.
The 13-4 Screaming Eagles will travel to Hurley for a 4:30 p.m. game on Thursday.High School GolfMarawood Conference Match @ Tomahawk1st) Marathon 7722nd) Chequamegon 8313rd) Newman Catholic 8834th) Prentice 9185th) Assumption 941Zach Carper – All Conference – 2nd place IndividualHigh School Track5/14/18Marawood North Conference Meet @ PhillipsBaseball5/14/18Butternut/Mercer 5 Solon Springs 4Butternut/Mercer Pioneers had an excited come from behind win in 8 innings against a solid and determined Solon Springs team. Seth Scherwinski started on the mound and pitched 4 solid innings, leaving with a 3-2 lead. But the Eagles would not go away and when Ethan Skaggs hit a 2 run HR in the 7th off Pioneers reliever Jace Scherwinski it look like and upset. The Pioneers go the leadoff batter on in the bottom of the 7th, but was erased on a line out double play. Carter Christian doubled on a looper down the right field line. John Lynch down to his last strike rifled a hard hit single to right to score Christian. Lynch was thrown out on the play trying to stretch to 2nd base on the play. Scherwinski shut down the Eagles in the top of the 8th. Then lead off the bottom of the 8th with a single, stole 2nd and 3rd. With 1 out, Trevor Pollitt came through with the infield drawn in with a single to left to score Scherwinski for the walk off 5-4 win.“It was a fun game to be part off.” Solon played a heck of a game, in particular Banks on the mound and Skaggs with the huge 2 run HR to take the lead. We’re happy to come out with this win. We have not been as sharp as we should be, but someone keeps stepping up to pull us through. John Lynch has been hitting the ball the past week or so, tonight he came through with a big one. Then Trevor and Jace got the run in the 8th. We’ve had different clutch hitters on a nightly basis.B/M (11-2,7-0) clinch at least a share of the Indianhead Conference title, and travel to Hurley on Thursday. They will play Northland Pines in the Washburn Tournament on Saturday.High School Softball5/14/18Phillips 11 Prentice 7Prentice 4 Phillips 3
Chequamegon 15, at Flambeau 3 (5 innings)
The Screaming Eagles rapped 14 hits to back the five-hit, four-strikeout pitching of Eva Pasewald in a 15-3 victory at Flambeau on Monday. Brooklyn Hanson and Korrie Herbst singled to open the game and Mackenzie Dane followed with an RBI single. Josi Orr had a run-scoring single to cap a four-run inning.
Hannah Borne had an RBI single, Kayla Herbst followed with a two-run double and Miranda Dane singled in a run in a four-run second inning.
In a five-run fifth, Allison Michels and Hanson singled ahead of Korrie Herbst’s run-scoring double. Mackenzie Dane walked and Borne followed with a two-run triple. Kayla Herbst singled and Miranda Dane walked; both scored on Orr’s triple. Orr capped a four-RBI day with a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning.
Borne had a single, double and triple. Hanson, Korrie Herbst, Kayla Herbst and Orr finished with two hits each.High School Baseball5/12/18Three Lakes/Phelps 9 Butternut/Mercer 5Lakeland 14 Chequamegon 4Chequamegon 6 Merrill 5High School Baseball5/11/18Chequamegon 10 Wausau Newman Catholic 7WP – Jonny MillerPhillips 1 Stratford 0Butternut/Mercer 10 South Shore 0Seth Scherwinski was sharp in the mound tossing 5 shut out innings with 11ks and 3-3 at the plate with 4 RBI in the Pioneers 10-0 win over South Shore at Home. 7 other starters each had 1 hit.B/M (10-1, 6-0) travel to Phelps on Saturday to play Phelps-Three Lakes in a matchup of conference leaders at 11am. Then host Solon Springs on Monday.High School Softball5/11/18Chequamegon (11-2) 8 Wausau Newman Catholic 5WP – Eva PasewaldPrentice 11 Rib Lake 5The Lady Pioneers of Butternut Mercer evened their season record to 6-6 on the year with a sweep over the visiting Cardinals from South Shore on Friday night in Butternut. Game 1 had the Lady Pioneers edging out the Cardinals 10-9. Going the distance and earning the W was Sophomore Grace Wegner going 5 innings giving up 9 Runs (7 earned), on 5 hits and 10 walks with 8 strikeouts. Wegner also helped her cause going 2-3 at the plate with a triple, stolen base and 2 RBI and 3 runs scored. Senior Triphina Zielke also had a nice day at the dish going 2-3 with 3 RBI. Junior Taylar Bortz chipped in with 2 hits and 2 stolen bases and 2 runs scored and Senior Chelsea McReynolds also had 2 hits in the game. Coach Wegner “ we got some bad news a half hour before game time and would have to go the night without our top pitcher in Bortz with a shoulder injury.” Wegner got the nod to start and proved ready for the challenge. “Grace hasn’t really been stretched out too far with Bortz seeing most of the action on the mound and she really stepped it up with a very impressive performance tonight. Not only that but our defense really played well again. Freshman Rhiannon Kolar out in RF and Sophomore Ella Torkelson at SS made some spectacular catches at key moments in the game and Sophomore Jess Klopatek made an incredible scoop on a low throw to secure the final out of the contest with bases loaded”- Coach WegnerGame 2 of the twin bill saw the Butternut Mercer team jump out to an early 10-2 advantage and finish off the visiting Cardinals 14-2. Grace Wegner once again with the complete game going 5 strong only allowing 2 ER on 3 hits, 5 walks, 2 HBP with 7 punchouts. “Grace at times, really found a nice rhythm. After giving up a walk and 3 consecutive singles to give the Cardinals 2 runs in the bottom on the first, she really buckled down and started pounding the strike zone. She pitched a perfect 3rd inning with 3 K’s on 9 pitches. I can’t say enough about the effort she gave tonight, just incredible”- Coach Wegner Wegner again lead the offense going 3-4 at the plate with 2 Runs and 2 RBI. Taylar Bortz with 2 more hits and 4 runs scored, 2 RBI and 2 SB’s, Triphina Zielke had another a big game going 3-4 with a run. Rhiannon Kolar had a big double as well plating 2 runners. “Up and down the lineup tonight, we consistently put the ball in play and are now gaining some confidence. Not only hitting the ball but driving it into gaps. The team is still pretty young but starting to really come together and play a complete game”- coach Wegner.Next up for Butternut Mercer is a home double header vs the Solon Spring Eagles on Monday the 14th, followed by a non conference home game vs Rib Lake.Baseball5/10/18Chequamegon 8 Prentice 7WP – Alec O’MearaFor Prentice – 2 hits each for Parii and HeikkinenPrentice pitching – Trace Brayton – 12 K’s in 1/3 innings pitchedButternut/Mercer 24 Bayfield 0Butternut Mercer Pioneers regrouped from their first loss with a 24-0 win at home over Bayfield. Baylie Huybrecht gave up one hit over 3 innings for the win. Isaac Wegner and Carter Christian each pitched a scoreless inning in relief. Wegner also had 4 hits on the night. Huybrecht, John Lynch and Josh Brown all had 2 hits.B/M (9-1,5-0) host South Shore on Friday and travel to Phelps/Three Lakes on Saturday for a match up between conferences leaders.Girls Softball5/10/18
Chequamegon 11, at Prentice 0 (5)
The Chequamegon High School softball team completed an undefeated Marawood North Conference championship season with an 11-0 victory at Prentice on Thursday.
Miranda Dane’s two-run single capped a three-run first inning for the Screaming Eagles, who finished 8-0 in MNC play and improved to 10-2 overall. Chequamegon tallied four times after two were out in the second with Hannah Borne blistering a two-run double. The Screaming Eagles tacked on four more in the third with RBI singles by Kayla Herbst and Miranda Dane.
Mackenzie Dane allowed one hit and two walks while fanning seven over four innings. Eva Pasewald pitched a one-two-three fifth inning.
Miranda Dane was 2-for-2 with two walks and three runs batted in. Brooklyn Hanson also had two hits.
The Btternut Mercer softball team improved their overall season record to 4-6 by sweeping a twin bill from the Bayfield Trollers Thursday night at Butternut taking the first game 17-6 and the night cap 12-5. Junior Taylar Bortz picked up the win in each game going a combined 7 innings giving up 7 Earned runs on 8 hits, 11 walks, 2 HBP collecting 7 k’s. Freshman Rhiannon Kolar pitched the final frame in Game 1 giving up 3 ER on 1 hit and 3 BB, striking out 2. Sophomore Grace Wegner closed the door on game 2 with an impressive 2 innings of 1 ER, 0 hits, 3 BB’s and 6 k’s with the final 3 out’s called 3rd strikes back to back to back.Game 1 saw the Butternut Mercer offense bust out of the gate with 5 in the 1st, 2 in the 2nd, and 6 in the 3rd to take a quick 13-3 lead after 3. Leading the offense was Grace Wegner going 3-4 with 3 Runs scored, 3 RBI including a triple and fence clearing home run. Senior Chelsea McReynolds went 3 for 3 with 2 R’s a double and an RBI. Taylar Bortz and Rhiannon Kolar each chipped in with 2 hits and an RBI a piece.Game 2 proved to be a tough battle with the Butternut Mercer squad clinging to a slim 5-4 lead after 3 complete innings. The Pioneers squeaked out a run in the top of the 4th and then exploded for 6 runs in the top of the 5th, thanks in part to a huge 2 RBI triple by Rhiannon Kolar to put the game out of reach. 2 hits and 2 RBI each by Grace Wegner and Rhiannon Kolar lead the offensive attack. Taylar Bortz and Taylar Weinberger also collected 2 hits a piece in the winning effort.Solid defense was the key for victory in both games with the Butternut Mercer defense only committing 1 error all night.Next up for the Pioneer softball squad will be a home double header vs the visiting South Shore Cardinals on Friday Night at 4pm.High School Golf5/10/18Chequamegon INvitational1st) Washburn 3752nd) Chequamegon 3773rd) Medford JV 4104th) Chequamegon JV 4455th) NOrthland PInes JV 5066th) Lakeland JV 520Individually for Chequamegon:Zach Carper – 1st Place – 75Sam Nesbit – 98Wesley Kovarik – 102Jason Chao – 102Blake Karnick – 104Olivia Zeman – 106Joseph Balsavich – 113Margie Miller – 113Marissa Dne – 113High School Baseball5/8/18Ashland 12 Butternut/Mercer 2Chequamegon 6 Prentice 0WP – Dawson Weik, 5K’sFor Chequamegon – Blake Richard and Jaedyn Eder 2 Hits eachBlake Richard 3 Runs scoredFor Prentice – Trace Brayton 2 HitsGirls Softball5/8/18Chequamegon 13 Prentice 6Chequamegon 7 Phillips 5The Chequamegon High School softball team won the Marawood North Conference championship with a pair of hard-fought victories on Tuesday at the Park Falls Athletic Complex.The Screaming Eagles clinched at least a share of the title with a 13-6 victory over Prentice and clinched the outright title with a 7-5 victory over Phillips. Chequamegon has one conference tilt remaining at Prentice on Thursday.Hannah Borne hit three home runs – her seventh, eighth and ninth of the season – and a triple against the Bucs. Every starter for the Screaming Eagles had hits and scored runs. Mackenzie Dane fanned 13 through the first six innings and Eva Pasewald fanned two in the seventh.
Chequamegon led 6-0 in the nightcap before Phillips tallied four times in the third. The Loggers closed to within one in the sixth. Miranda Dane’s RBI single in the bottom of the sixth gave the Screaming Eagles an insurance run.
Mackenzie Dane went the distance for the win, striking out seven.Butternut/Mercer softball notched their 1st and 2nd victories of the season last night in Mellen, after dropping their first 3 sets of Double headers to Hurley, Ironwood, and Drummond. Down 9-2 after 3, BM launched a comeback to score 5 in the 4th and 7 in the top of the 5th to take a 14-10 victory. Taylar Bortz went the distance in game one to earn the win giving up 10R (6 ER), 7 hits, 4 walks, 1 HBP with 3 K’s. Grace Wegner lead the offense going 3-4, 3 R, 5 RBI and 2 triples. Chelsea McReynolds and Rhiannon Kolar each collected 2 hits and an RBIGame 2 of the Double header saw the Butternut Mercer girls jump out to an early 14-4 lead after 3 and hold off a late Mellen rally to earn a 14-12 win. Taylar Bortz and Grace Wegner combine on the mound for the W with the defense playing solid committing only 1 error in the game.High School GOlf5/7/18Marawood Golf Meet @ Wausau Country ClubAfter the first leg (18 or 36 holes)1) Marathon 3882) Chequamegon 426(7 teams participating)For Chequamegon:Zach Carper 89, Wesley Kovarik 111, Blake Karnick 111, Jason Chao 115, Sam Nesbit 121Softball5/7/18
at Chequamegon 4, Ladysmith 3
Chequamegon escaped with a 4-3 non-conference victory over visiting Ladysmith on Monday, May 7.
Chequamegon stranded two runners in the first inning, two in the second, three in the third, a one-out triple in the fourth and left the bases juiced again in the fifth and again in the sixth after scoring three times.
Trailing 3-1, Korrie Herbst drew a one-out walk and stole second. She scored on a single by Hannah Borne, followed by a walk to Kayla Herbst. Miranda Dane’s soft roller hit the third base bag, which allowed Borne to score the tieing run. Josi Orr reached on an error to load the bases and Eva Pasewald was hit by a pitch to send the go-ahead run home.
Chequamegon managed just five hits, including the triple by Hanson. Pasewald scattered eight hits, allowing no earned runs and striking out five without a walk.Baseball5/7/18Butternut/Mercer 7 Mellen 2Butternut/Mercer Pioneers improved to 8-0 on Monday with a business-like win at Mellen over the Granite Diggers 7-2. Jace Scherwinski got the win on the mound going 6-1/3 innings giving up 2 runs on 5 hits, striking out 9 with no walks. Seth Scherwinski got the final two outs to seal the win. Brendan Bebeau had 2 hits and Carter Christian 2 RBI.The Pioneers (8-0,4-0) travel to Ashland for a non-conference Varsity/JV doubleheader today starting at 4:00. Then host Bayfield on Thursday and South Shore Friday.Baseball5/5/18Butternut/Mercer 8 Prentice 6Box Score R H EButernut/Mercer 8 6 1Prentice 5 6 8Jace Scherwinski 3 hitsTrace Brayton 2 hitsSoftball5/4/18Marathon 13 Prentice 0at Chequamegon 18, Ashland 1
Eva Pasewald checked Ashland on four hits, striking out seven, in an 18-1 five-inning victory for the Chequamegon Screaming Eagles’ softball team on Friday, May 4, at the Park Falls Athletic Complex.
Hannah Borne’s grand-slam home run capped a 12-run fourth inning for the Screaming Eagles. Borne was on b ase four times and scored four runs. Brooklyn Hanson had two hits and scored three times.
Korrie Herbst, Mirnada Dane and Pasewald drove in two runs each.Baseball5/4/18Chequamegon 20 Washburn 8Box Score R H EChequamegon 20 8 4Washburn 8 5 6Dawson Weik – 3 hitsWP- Alec O’Meara 4 K’sButternut 6 Drummond 4 (8 innings)Box Score R H EButternut 6 9 6Drummond 4 9 3Seth Scherwinski and Carter Christian 2 hits eachWP – HuybrechtMarathon 14Prentice 0Box Score R H EMarathon 14 11 0Prentice 0 0 4Baseball5/3/18Athen 12 Chequamegon 2Alec O’Meara 3 hitsPhillips 10 Rib Lake 4Butternut/Mercer 13 Washburn 5Abbotford 12 Prentice 4Box Score R H EPrentice 4 2 6Abby 12 9 3Butternut 13 Washburn 6Butternut Mercer Pioneers improved to 5-0 with a 13-6 conference win over Washburn. Seth Scherwinski struggled on the mound but battled through 4 innings for the win. He made up for it at the plate going 4-4 with 4 RBI. Trevor Pollitt, Carter Christian, John Lynch and Josh Brown all had 2 hits for the Pioneers.Softball5/3/18Gilman 8 Prentice 4Cheqamegon 10, at Athens 6Korrie Herbst went 3-for-3 with three RBI as the Chequamegon High School softball team improved its Marawood North Conference record to 5-0 with a 10-6 victory at Athens on Thursday.Chequamegon tallied two runs in the first inning and added two in the second on a double by Allison Michels, triple by Brooklyn Hanson and single by Herbst.Athens put up five runs in the second to take the lead, but Kayla Herbst doubled and scored on Josi Orr’s single to knot the score in the third.With two out in the top of the fourth, Korrie Herbst singled and scored on Mackenzie Dane’s triple. Hannah Borne followed with an RBI single to put Chequamegon ahead 7-5.Miranda Dane led off the seventh inning with a single and Eva Pasewald reached on an error. Michels singled to drive in a run and with two outs, Korrie Herbst hit a two-run single to extend the lead. Athens scored in the bottom of the seventh but stranded a runner on third.Mackenzie Dane notched the win in the circle and was 2-for-4 at the plate. Miranda Dane and Michels were also 2-for-4.Chequaumegon is 5-2 overall.Antigo 16 Lakeland 0Antigo 4 Lakeland 1High School track5/1/18 @ AbbotsfordSoftball5/1/18Mosinee 15 Lakeland 1 (5 innings)Mosinee 6 Lakeland 0@Chequamegon 7, Athens 5 – The Screaming Eagles overcame deficits of 3-0 and 5-4 in a 7-5 Marawood North Conference victory over Athens on Tuesday at the Park Falls Athletic Complex. Brooklyn Hanson’s RBI single sent Josi Orr home with the tying run in the bottom of the fifth inning. Mackenzie Dane led off the bottom of the sixth with a walk, stole second and scored on Hannah Borne’s RBI double. Borne advanced to third and scored on a sacrifice fly by Kayla Herbst. Dane got the win in the circle, allowing eight hits and two walks while striking out nine.The win moved the Screaming Eagles to 4-0 in MNC play.
Medford 17, at Chequamegon – Medford rapped 15 hits, including two fourth-inning home runs, in a 17-4 victory in non-conference play on Tuesday. Chequamegon, 4-2 on the season, had just three hits, including a two-run double by Brooklyn Hanson. Mackenzie Dane walked three times and scored twice.Baseball5/2/18Butternut/Mercer 8 Ironwood, MI 3Butternut/Mercer Pioneers opened Indianhead Conference play with an impressive 8-3 victory over a tough Ironwood Red Devil team. Jace Scherwinski had a big night to pace the Pioneers as he pitched a complete game on the mound, striking out 9. He was also 3-3 at the plate with 2 HR’s (solo shot in the first, 2 run HR in second). After a quick 5-0 lead, Ironwood rallied to close the gap 5-3 after 5. But John Lynch had a clutch 2 out 2 run single in the 6th for insurance and the Pioneers went on to victory. Trevor Pollitt continued to hit the ball well picking up 2 more hits. Carter Christian also with 2 hits in the 10 hit Pioneer attack. Ironwood ace Parker Wilson took the loss for the Red Devils.
Pionners (4-0, 1-0) host Washburn on Thursday in another key conference battle before travelling to Drummond on Friday.
Athens 4 Chequamegon 0
Box Score R H E
Chequamegon 0 2 3
Athens 4 8 1
Rib Lake 6 Phillips 4
Mosinee 16 Lakeland 9
Mosinee 10 Lakeland 2
Prentice 12 Abbotsford 2
For Prentice – 3 hits each for Trent Heikinnen and Logan Parisi. 2 hits each for Keagan Esterholm and Braydon Johnson
Rhinelander 5 Lakeland 0Softball4/30/18Chequamegon 16, at Phillips 7Hannah Borne belted four home runs and drove in seven to lead the Screaming Eagles to a 16-7 Marawood North Conference victory.Chequamegon scored six runs over the final two innings to pull away.Borne and Kayla Herbst were each 4-for-5, Mackenzie Dane went 3-for-5 with a home run and Brooklyn Hanson and Korrie Herbst had two hits each.Dane was touched for six hits. She fanned eight and walked four.Boys GolfInvitational @ MarathonPine Valley Golf Course18 Holes4/30/181) Cadott 4132) Chequamegon 4283) Prentice 454) Colby 4615) Newman Catholic 4676) Marathon JV 4687) WI Rapids Assumption 471Overall Top Score (Medalist):Zach Carper – Chequamegon 84 (photo attached)Other Chequamegon Scores:Joseph Balsavich 113Wesley Kovarik 114Blake Karnick 117Sam Nesbit 118Softball4/28/18Lakeland 12 Prentice 2Baseball4/28/18Phillips 13 Chequmaegon 12Box Score R H EChequamegon 12 13 6Phillips 13 11 4For Cheq – 3 hits each for Dawson Weik, William Graf and Alec O’MearaCheqauemgon 12 Washburn 1WP – Peter Newbury 6 K’sFor Cheq – Dawson Weik and Jaedyn Eder 2 hits eachBox Score R H EChequamegon 12 10 2Washburn 1 5 4Butternut/Mercer 15 Washburn 93 hits for Seth ScherwinskiBox Score R H EButternut/Mercer 15 10 3Washburn 9 8 4Baseball4/27/18@ MaustonButternut/Mercer 14 Hurley 12 hits/4rbi for Trevor PollittWP – Seth ScherwinskiButternut 14 Hurley 5Seth Scherwinki 2 hitsJace Scherwinski 2 hits/4 rbiK. Hiller 2 hitsWP – B. HuybrechtBaseball4/26/18Phillips 15 Chequamegon 5HR – Hunter Minnema – ChequamegonAlec O’Meara – Chequamegon – 3 hitsBen Edwards – Phillips – 3 hitsWP – Austin EdwardsSoftbal4/26/18Three Lakes 7 Chequamegon 3Chequamegon fell behind 3-0 after one inning and 5-0 before Hannah Borne lined the seventh pitch of her two-out at bat over the center field fence for a two-run homer in the sixth inning. Josi Orr, who was 3-for-3, scored in the seventh inning on the second double of the game by Brooklyn Hanson.Baseball4/23/18Rib Lake 5 Chequamegon 1WP – Levi Ewan – 7ip, 9 k’sLP – Dawson Weik – 5ip, 6 k’sChequamegon 10 Rib Lake 6WP – Max Brunner10 run 6th inning for Cheq, powered by inside the park HR from Chase KronbergerAthens 6 Prentice 22 hits each for Kegan Esterholm, Logan Parisi and Kason MakiAthens 4 Prentice 3Prentice hits: Logan Parisi, Kason MakiSoftball4/23/18Chequamegon sweeps a doubleheader over Rib LakeBaseball4/12/18Chequamegon 4 Cochrane-Fountain City 2WP – Dawson Weik 7ip, 9k’sChequamegon 5 Pittsville 2WP – Max Brunner 5 2/3 4k’s2 hits for Dawson WeikPhillips 7 Prentice 1WP – Collin KrauseDerek Petruzalek 2 HitsTrace Brayton, Logan Paris, Kason Maki 2 hitsPhillips 12 Prentice 4Keagan Esterhold 3 hitsGirls Softball4/12/18Lakeland 6 Prentice 5 (8 innings)Lakeland 22 Prentice 3 (5 innings)Baseball4/10/18Lakeland 12 Chequamegon 0High School Track4/7/18Chequuamegon and Phillips @ Northland PinesHigh School Boys Basketball2/22/18Phillips 71 Abbotsford 52Prentice 40 Chequamegon 18Superior 66 Ashland 57Assumption 69 Marathon 68Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 55 Spooner 54Northwestern 53 Ladysmith 36Edgar 51 Newman Catholic 34Rhinelander 75 Mosinee 59Rib Lake 51 Athens 45Stratford 62 Auburndale 42Winter 51 Bruce 33Thorp 58 Colby 33South Shore 76 Lakeview Christian Academy 61Lakeland 85 DC Everest 65Pacelli 63 Rosholt 40High School Boys Basketball2/16/18Athen 65 Chequamegon 43Rib Lake 71 Phillip 59Lakeland 72 Mosinee 54Assumption 62 Newman Catholic 19Auburndale 55 Edgar 36Marathon 61 Stratford 56Medford 76 Northland Pines 49High School Girls Basketball2/16/18Mellen 54 Chequamegon 51Flambeau 93 Winter 34Goodman/Pembine 52 Mercer 40Abbotsford 61 Athens 48Bloomer 47 Hayward 34Northwestern 51 Ladysmith 30South Shore 40 Ashland 35Medford 62 Prentice 55High Schhool Boys Basketball2/15/18Washburn 65 Butternut 33Ladysmith 56 Spooner 53High School Girls Basketball2/15/18Rib Lake 53 Chequamegon 36Drummond 44 Hurley 40Marathon 61 Newman Catholic 55High School Boys Basketball2/13/18Lakeland 73 Antigo 57JV – Lakeland 53 Antigo 41Washburn 68 Chequamegon 38JV – Washburn 62 Chequamegon 52Solon Springs 62 Hurley 55South SHore 57 Drummond 27Butternut 81 LCO 27Mellen 96 Bayfield 68Marathon 89 Colby 48Athens 65 Northland Lutheran 64Tomahawk 54 Northland Pines 50Phillips 74 Ladysmith 41Rhinelander 60 Medford 46Birchwood 96 Winter 86Ironwood, MI 49 Mercer 43Stratford 48 Pittsville 39High School Girls Basketball2/31/18Prentice 68 Chequamegon 25Winter 52 Birchwood 52Ironwood, MI 49 Mercer 42Rib Lake 57 Athens 39Stratford 49 Auburndale 41Abbotsford 85 Phillips 67High School Team Wrestling2/13/18Lakeland 45 Ripon 27Luxemberg Caso 60 Lakeland 8–Lux. Casco team advance to stateClear Lake 46 Phillips 30(St. Croix Falls advanced to state)High School WrestlingRegionals@ Chequamegon High School2/10/18Click HERE for ResultsHigh School Boyss Basketball2/9/18South Shore 58 Butternut 46Stratford 62 Chequamegon 31For Cheq. – Chase Kronberger 12ptssAuburndale 55 Prentice 41Drummond 62 Solon Springs 36Hurley 57 Mercer 34Ironwood 72 Mellen 55Girls Basketball2/9/18Lakeland 67 Antigo 43Marathon 68 Abbotsford 49Assumption 55 Athens 38Stratford 63 Chequamegon 28Flambeau 60 Bruce 10Rib Lake 66 Newman Catholic 43Northland Pines 49 Tomahawk 29High School Boys Basketball2/8/18Edgar 54 Phillips 36Assumption 77 Athens 40Marathon 84 Abbotsford 39Lakeland 61 Medford 39Rib Lake 80 Newman Catholic 50Rhinelander 70 Tomahawk 16High School Girls Basketball2/8/18Washburn 58 Chequamegon 42For Cheq. – Katie Metza 16ptsNew Auburn 69 Winter 29Flambeau 70 Cameron 55South Shore 55 Drummmond 29Ladysmith 60 Spooner 56Athens 47 Tomahawk 30High Schohol Boys Basketball2/6/18Lakeland 72 Hayward 57Drummond 40 Mercer 33Northland Pines 79 Prentice 49Merrill 63 Rhinelander 58South Shore 51 Washburn 46Ashland 80 Mellen 46Hurley 65 Phillips 55Ironwood, MI 69 Bayfield 52High School Girls Basketball2/6/18Ashland 46 Hurley 24Abbotsford 62 Prentice 60Lakeland 63 Medford 51Lakeland – Junior Melissa Bruckner scores her 1,000th pointNewman Catholic 65 Assumption 57Athens 73 Chequamegon 33Auburndale 56 Edgar 31Lakeland 63 Medford 51Rib Lake 70 Phillips 36Marathon 61 Stratford 56High School Boys Hockey2/6/18Ashland 7 Lakeland 4High School Boys Basketball2/5/18Medford 65 Nekoosa 48Athens 61 Tomahawk 46High School Girls Basketball2/5/18South SHore 60 Butternut 55Flambeau 62 Ladysmith 24Hurley 58 Ladysmith 24Hurley 58 Mercer 29Solon Springs 61 Drummond 57Washburn 65 Bayfield 58High School Boys Basketball2/2/18Stratford 63 Phillips 49Newman Catholic 68 Chequamgon 62Rhinelander 79 Northland Pins 56Edgar 42 Abbotsford 29South Shore 69 Ashland 57Marathon 57 Athens 41Butternut 53 Mercer 49Mosinee 60 Medford 52Assumption 62 Prentice 58Auburndale 61 Rib Lake 46Hurley 60 Ironwood, MI 59Lakland 69 Tomahawk 49Girls Basktball2/2/18Rib Lake 40 Auburndale 31Stratford 63 Phillps 45Lakeland 69 Tomahawk 32South Shore 46 Chquamegon 36Newman Catholic 56 Nekoosa 47High Schol Boys Basketball2/1/18Hayward 59 Ladysmith 31High School Girls Basketball2/1/18Washburn 37 South Shore 36Hurley 56 Mellen 45Marathon 78 Athens 45Newman Catholic 66 Chequamegon 37Cloquet, MN 53 Ashland 31High School Boys Basketball1/30/18Abbotsford 57 Chequamegon 48For Cheq – Chase Kronberger 14pts, Blake Richard 10pts, Zachary Carpet 10ptsAthens 59 Phillps 52Cumberland 61 Ladysmith 35Edgar 51 Assumption 36Medford 45 Antigo 37Rib Lake 55 Prentice 45South Shore 60 Solon Springs 58Stratford 0 Newman Catholic 39Mosinee 82 Tomahawk 43Rhinelander 74 Wausau East 48Girls Basketball1/30/18Colby 79 Athens 50Auburndale 48 Greenwood 36Hayward 60 Cameron 53Neillsville 42 Assumption 31High School Girls Gymnastics1/30/18Chequamegon @ Lakeland Meet Results HEREHigh School Girls Basketball1/29/18Phillips 79 Northland PInes 78 (Listen to game audio HERE)For Phillips – Rachel Callow 25ptsAbbotsford 67 Spencer 54Rib Lake 54 Gilman 38Mosinee 65 Edgar 47Stanley-Boyd 48 Ladysmith 40Wittenberg-Birnamwood 39 Stratford 29Washburn 66 Solon Springs 40High School Gymnastics1/27/18@ AntigoHigh School Boys Basketball1/26/18Ladysmith 55 Chequamegon 39For Cheq. – Chase Kronberger 15pts and 10 rebBlake Richard 9pts 5 rebPeter Newbury 8ptsAuburndale 64 Spencer 54Edgar 36 Athens 28Medford 64 Ashland 41Mellen 62 Washburn 33Phillips 64 Northland Pines 53South Shore 62 Mercer 33Rhinelander 53 Lakeland 51Girls Basketball1/26/18Abbotsoford 71 Chequamegon 33South Shore 48 Mercer 27Ironwood 67 Butternut 64Lakeland 66 Rhinelander 63Athens 78 Phillips 70Medford 63 Ashland 37Stratford 53 Newman Catholic 47Rib Lake 56 Prentice 40High School Girls Basketball1/25/18Mellen 65 Butternut 58South Shore 59 Solon Springs 48Hayward 66 Ladysmith 14Winter 46 Laqc Courte Oreilles 32Stevens Point 64 Rhinelander 58High School Boys Basketball1/25/18Flambeau 65 New Auburn 40Winter 74 Lac Courte Oreilles 46High School Wrestling1/25 18Athens def. ChequamegonWinners for Cheq. – Jaden Schienebeck and Michael ZillingerPhillips 42 Auburndale 18High School Boys Hockey1/23/18TEAM SEaL 2 Medford 1For SEaL –ToivoKivimaa unassistedBrendan Bebeau assisted by Grayson KiefAUstin Schwilk saved 16 of 17 shotsBoys Basketball1/23/18Hurley 49 Butternut 29For Butternut – Josh Brown 7pts, Josh Brown 6pts, Carter Cristian 5ptsWashburn 46 Ironwood 45Prentice 62 Phillips 50Trace Brayton 24pts, Austin Edwards 13ptsRib Lake 61 Chequamegon 29Zachary Carper 8pts, Levi Ewan 19pts, Cody Blomberg 13pts, Nick Gerstberger 11ptsAthens 43 Abbotsford 42Marathon 110 Newman Catholic 42Bloomer 80 Ldysmith 36South SHore 90 Mellen 51Girls Basketball1/23/18Solon Springs 53 Mercer 34Lakeland 89 Northland Pines 59Medford 43 Antigo 23Auburndale 60 Pittsville 42High School Wrestling1/23/18Phillips 60 Chequamegon 12High School Boys Hockey1/18/18Tomahawk 8 TEAM SEaL 2Boys Basketball1/18/18Abbotsford 61 Greenwood 47Rib Lake 84 Northland Lutheran 59Hermantown, MN 70 Ashland 60Girls Basketba1/18/18Lakeland 65 Marshfield 55JV – Lakeland 55 Marshfield 30Marathon 67 Prentice 32Newman Catholic 98 Phillips 39Hermantown, MN 56 Ashland 19Antigo 48 Northland Pines 31Edgar 47 Athens 46Bayfield 54 Drummond 51Ladysmith 48 Cumberland 31Hayward 45 Northwestern 22South Shore 72 Mellen 45Medford 50 Tomahawk 23High School Boys Basketball1/16/18Phillips 75 Chequamegon 33 (Game Audio HERE)For Phillips: Terran Spacek 26pts/16reb, Austin Edwards 18pitsFor Cheq: Zachary Carper 13pts, Chase Kronberger 9ptsButternut 61 Bayfield 52Jace Scherwinski 29pts, Josh Brown 10ptsRib Lake 49 Abbotsford 35Assumption 54 Stratford 49Prentice 66 Athens 56Auburndale 72 Newman Catholic 46Birchwood 71 Winter 37South Shore 58 Hurley 36Ladysmith 49 Flambeau 44Marathon 46 Edgar 40Rinelander 50 Medford 37Northland Pines 53 Tomahawk 51Girls Basketball1/16/18Birchwood 51 Winter 34Rice Lake 54 Ashland 19Hayward 76 Cumberland 10Bloomer 72 Ladysmith 49Merrill 67 Rhinelander 60High School Hockey1/15/18Lakeland 7 Medford 0Hhigh School Boys Basketball1/15/18Lakeland 65 Antigo 55High School Girls Basketball1/15/18Butternut 53 Drummond 49Stanley-Boyd 9 Athens 58Northwoods 61 Bayfield 32Colby 57 Medford 53Flambeau 82 Siren 32Prentice 80 Bruce 20Stratford 56 Edgar 33Ironwood, MI 66 South Shore 46High School Boys Basketball1/12/18Medford 93 Northland Pines 69Prentice 63 Chequamegon 45Rib Lake 71 Athens 46Auburndale 60 Stratford 47Edgar 66 Newman Catholic 31Lakeland 85 Misinee 75Assumption 64 Marathon 63Phillips 71 Abbotsford 60Ashland 62 Washburn 55Girls Basketball1/12/18Lakeland 68 Mosinee 51Prentice 78 Phillips 52High School Boys Basketball1/9/18Hayward 56 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 47Edgar 47 SPencer 37Prentice 60 Flambeau 55High School Girls Basketball1/9/18Phillips 66 CHequamegon 54Washburn 57 Butternut 37Lakeland 54 Antigo 43Newman Catholic 48 Auburndale 42Rhinelander 51 Medford 50Abbotsford 65 RIb Lake 49Hurley 52 Solon Springs 48High School Boys Basketball1/8/18Ironwood, MI 56 Mellen 48Owen-Withee 61 Abbotsford 55Marathon 78 Columbus Catholic 63Hurley 73 Mercer 48South SHore 64 Butternut 26Phillips 74 Tomahawk 45High School Wrestling1/6/18 CadottThe Phillips Loggers competed at the Cadott tournament this Saturday. Out of 14 schools they came in 5th. Javyn Freeman came in with a second place, Hunter Bruhn with 3rd, and Colton Freeman with 4th place.High School Boys Hockey1/5/18Shawano 7 – Team SEaL 4
Grayson Kief (assists to Brendan BeBeau & Seth Gehrke)
Seth Gehrke (assist to BeBeau)
Jonathon Ocker (assist to Gehrke)
Gehrke (assists to Justin Weinberger and Kief)
Austin Schwilk saved 36 of 42
Team SEaL 5 vs L’Anse Hornets 4
Grayson Kief (assist to Brendan BeBeau)
Dylan Kleinhans (assists to Josiah Chuzles and Seth Gehrke)
Gehrke ( assists to Kief and Justin Weinberger)
Kief (assist to Weinberger)
Kief (assists to BeBeau and Gehrke)
Austin Schwilk saved 30 of 34.High School Boys Basketball1/5/18Phillips 62 Auburndale 61WI Rapids Assumption 83 Chequamegon 33Rhinelander 60 Tomahawk 28Phelps 71 Mellen 68Medford 53 Lakeland 44High School Girls Basketball1/5/18WI Rapids Assumption 66 Chequamegon 32Lakeland 90 Medfod 72South Shore 66 Butternut 47Stratford 71 Athens 41High School Boys Basketball1/4/18Chetek/Weyerhaeuser 59 Ladysmith 41Barron 62 Hayward 60Bloomer 66 Northwestern 53Edgar 51 Prentice 38Marathon 70 Rib Lake 57Stratford 57 Athens 53New Auburn 52 Winter 39Girls Basketball1/4/18Drummond 52 Mercer 24Luck 60 Bayfield 52Northland Pines 51 Wageno/Laona 42Ashland 58 Duluth Denfeld 10Boys Hockey1/4/18Lakeland 8 TEAM S.E.A.L. 0High School Boys Basketball1/2/18Northland Pines 60 Chequamegon 44For Cheq. – Chase Kronberger 12pts/6rebBlake Richard 12 ptsMedford 48 Antigo 43Ashland 57 Spooner 48Rhinelander 64 Marshfield 61Merrill 74 Lakeland 63Mellen 72 Winter 30Girls Basketball1/2/18Mellen 74 Winter 68Ashland 58 Phillips 48Cameron 66 Ladysmith 26Flambeau 65 Rib Lake 49Solon Springs 70 Butternut 55Northern Badger Wrestling Tournament12/29/17High School Boys Basketball12/21/17Athens 73 Chequamegon 32For Cheq. – Chase Kronberger 9pts, Zachary Carper 8ptsEdgar 50 Auburndale 42Merrill 64 Medford 48Phillips 59 Rib Lake 48Solon SPrings 80 Birchwood 59Marathon 64 Stratford 61Ironwood 36 Hurley 35Rice Lake 54 Ashland 49Lakeland 82 Wausau East 75Rhinelander 57 Wausau East 37High School Girls Basketball12/21/17Butternut 52 Mercer 39South Shore 72 Winter 31Lakeland 73 Wausau East 36Wausau West 91 Rhinelander 61Hayward 69 Chetek/Weyerhaueser 22Spooner 39 Ladysmith 36Boys Hockey12/21/17Tomahawk 3 TEAM S.E.A.L. 0High School Boys Basketball12/18/17Abbotsford 64 Chequamegon 46For Cheq. – Blake Richard 9, Peter Newbury 9, Zach Carper 8Assumption 50 Edgar 48Auburndale 63 Marathon 61Cornell 56 Flambeau 54Hayward 61 Northwestern 52Lake Holcombe 88 Winter 35Cumberland 56 Ladysmith 18Lakeland 69 Northland Pines 40Mosinee 81 Tomahawk 33Stratford 72 Newman Catholic 38Girls Basketball12/19/17Lakeland 70 Marathon 68Tomahawk 41 Chequamegon 39 (ot)Stratford 37 Assumption 27(Listen to game broadcast HERE)
In an Indianhead Conference basketball the Mellen Granite Diggers earned a hard fought 70-56 victory over the Butternut Midgets in boys action. Mellen held a 28-19 edge at the end of the first half and were able to extend that lead in the second half thanks to shooting 39 free throws in the second half and making 27 of them.Mellen had four players score in double figures. Blaze Smith scored 11, Brady Mesko-Jokinen scored 12, Owen Jokinen scored 16 and leading all Mellen scorers was Luke Zakovec who tallied 20 points.The Butternut Midgets got 4 points each from Josh Brown and Carter Christian, Seth Scherwinski threw in 8 points and leading all scorers with an outstanding individual performance was Jace Scherwinski who scored 25 points.High School Wrestling12/16/17
The Phillips Loggers had a good showing at the Tomahawk wrestling tournament, with a first place in the small school division.Javyn Freeman first at 120# 5-0Hunter Bruhn second at 132# 4-1Isaiah Upson second at 220# 4-1Brandon Bruneau second at 152# 4-1Garrett DeLeasky first in JV at 132# 5-0Chequamegon Results:JV 109-119JohnMiller’s place is 1st and has scored 18.00 team points.Round 1 – John Miller (Chequamegon) won by fall over Colin Dicus (Ladysmith) (Fall 3:55)Round 2 – John Miller (Chequamegon) won by fall over Dylan Stanke (Phillips) (Fall 3:19)Round 3 – John Miller (Chequamegon) won by fall over Mitchell Holloway (Tomahawk) (Fall 1:21)Round 5 – John Miller (Chequamegon) won by fall over Elijah Pearson (Ladysmith) (Fall 5:04)
Owen Miesbauer’s place is 2nd and has scored 20.00 team points.
Round 1 – Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) won by fall over Ryan Smulley (Hayward) (Fall 1:35)
Round 2 – Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) won by fall over Naleah Hedges (Tomahawk) (Fall 1:18)
Round 3 – Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) won by fall over Caiden Engel (Ladysmith) (Fall 2:56)
Round 4 – Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) won by fall over Nick Reynolds (Marathon) (Fall 2:42)
Round 5 – Garret Deleasky (Phillips) won by major decision over Owen Miesbauer (Chequamegon) (Maj 17-3)
Beau Mullins’s place is 1st and has scored 18.00 team points.
Round 2 – Beau Mullins (Chequamegon) won by fall over Elliot Johnson (KIngsford) (Fall 4:21)
Round 3 – Beau Mullins (Chequamegon) won by fall over Owen Roe (Phillips) (Fall 0:25)
Round 4 – Beau Mullins (Chequamegon) won by fall over Tony Vandentie (Ladysmith) (Fall 1:40)
Round 5 – Beau Mullins (Chequamegon) won by fall over George Bestman (Hayward) (Fall 2:48)
Bradon Little’s place is 5th and has scored 0.00 team points.
Round 1 – Dylan Miller (Merrill) won by fall over Bradon Little (Chequamegon) (Fall 2:47)
Round 2 – Tyler Leistikow (Merrill) won by fall over Bradon Little (Chequamegon) (Fall 0:47)
Round 4 – Saul DeMain (Hayward) won by fall over Bradon Little (Chequamegon) (Fall 1:15)
Round 5 – Tristan Riley (Onalaska) won by fall over Bradon Little (Chequamegon) (Fall 1:24)
Jordan Metig’s place is 1st and has scored 18.00 team points.
Round 1 – Jordan Metig (Chequamegon) won by forfeit over Ethan Florez (Merrill) (FF)
Round 2 – Jordan Metig (Chequamegon) won by fall over Caleb Stoeckmann (Merrill) (Fall 1:02)
Round 4 – Jordan Metig (Chequamegon) won by fall over Tommy Teegan (Onalaska) (Fall 0:14)
Round 5 – Jordan Metig (Chequamegon) won by fall over Devin Miller (Merrill) (Fall 1:41)
Jaden Schienebeck (7-4) placed 4th and scored 11.00 team points.
Round 1 – Jaden Schienebeck (Chequamegon) 7-6 won by fall over Jayden Windsor (Hayward/Northwood) 8-3 (Fall 3:13)
Round 2 – Jaden Schienebeck (Chequamegon) 7-6 won by fall over Kody Nitchey (Turtle Lake/Clayton) 2-6 (Fall 1:33)
Round 3 – Javyn Freeman (Phillips) 16-0 won by fall over Jaden Schienebeck (Chequamegon) 7-6 (Fall 1:06)
William Graf (2-11) placed 10th and scored 0.00 team points.
Round 1 – Bailey Gillett (Cadott) 14-2 won by fall over William Graf (Chequamegon) 2-11 (Fall 2:50)
Round 2 – Jordan Jawarski (Ladysmith) 8-5 won by fall over William Graf (Chequamegon) 2-11 (Fall 0:00)
Round 3 – Lucas Wanty (Three Lakes/Phelps) 7-8 won by major decision over William Graf (Chequamegon) 2-11 (MD 13-0)
Round 4 – Brock Lyshik (Rosholt) 6-6 won by fall over William Graf (Chequamegon) 2-11 (Fall 1:57)
Round 5 – Jack Hoyt (Crandon) 11-3 won by fall over William Graf (Chequamegon) 2-11 (Fall 1:54)
Michael Zilinger (4-7) placed 9th.
Round 1 – Trevor Povolo (Kingsford) 10-2 won by fall over Michael Zilinger (Chequamegon) 4-7 (Fall 1:56)
Round 2 – Adam Charnecke (Rosholt) 10-3 won by decision over Michael Zilinger (Chequamegon) 4-7 (Dec 6-2)
Round 3 – Michael Zilinger (Chequamegon) 4-7 won by fall over Greyson Thogmartin (Onalaska/Luther) 1-4 (Fall 0:57)
Consolation Bracket – Michael Zilinger (Chequamegon) 4-7 won by injury default over Trey Mollman (Chequamegon) 3-9 (Inj. 0:00)
9th Place Match – Michael Zilinger (Chequamegon) 4-7 won by fall over Eann Shepro (Marathon) 5-10 (Fall 2:22)
Trey Mollman (3-8) placed 12th and scored 10.00 team points.
Round 1 – Riley Anderson (Crandon) 7-6 won by fall over Trey Mollman (Chequamegon) 3-9 (Fall 1:16)
Round 2 – Brady Spaeth (Cadott) 14-1 won by fall over Trey Mollman (Chequamegon) 3-9 (Fall 0:42)
Round 3 – Trey Mollman (Chequamegon) 3-9 received a bye () (Bye)
Consolation Bracket – Michael Zilinger (Chequamegon) 4-7 won by injury default over Trey Mollman (Chequamegon) 3-9 (Inj. 0:00)
Michael Kirch (5-6) placed 6th and scored 11.00 team points.
Round 1 – Ryan Konkol (Rosholt) 11-2 won by fall over Michael Kirch (Chequamegon) 5-6 (Fall 1:23)
Round 2 – Michael Kirch (Chequamegon) 5-6 won by forfeit over Bennett Bowe (Cadott) 4-7 (For.)
Round 3 – Michael Kirch (Chequamegon) 5-6 won by major decision over Parker Anderson (Phillips) 8-8 (MD 12-1)
Round 4 – Michael Kirch (Chequamegon) 5-6 won by decision over Kade Wenninger (Tomahawk) 8-7 (Dec 8-3)
Round 5 – Michael Kirch (Chequamegon) 5-6 won by fall over Kyle Nelson (Ladysmith) 2-7 (Fall 3:42)
Max Brunner (5-7) placed 4th and scored 17.00 team points.
Round 1 – Max Brunner (Chequamegon) 5-8 won by fall over Everett Wagner (Elcho) 5-8 (Fall 3:47)
Round 2 – Dylan Bukovic (Crandon) 10-5 won by fall over Max Brunner (Chequamegon) 5-8 (Fall 1:50)
Round 3 – Max Brunner (Chequamegon) 5-8 won by fall over Eric Decker (Tomahawk) 7-9 (Fall 0:30)
Round 4 – Ronny Snider (Hayward/Northwood) 9-6 won by fall over Max Brunner (Chequamegon) 5-8 (Fall 0:14)High School Boys Hockey12/15/17 and 12/16/17Marshfield Tournament
Friday, Dec 15
Marshfield Tigers 11 – Team SEaL 3
Scoring for Team SEaL:
Seth Gehrke (assist to Jonathon Ocker)
Seth Gehrke (assist to Justin Weinberger)
Brendan BeBeau (assists to Grayson Kief and Toivo Kivimaa)Saturday, Dec 16
Regis – Altoona – McDonell 8 – Team SEaL 2
Scoring for Team SEaL:
Justin Weinberger (assists to Toivo Kivimaa and Brendan BeBeau)
Seth Gehrke (unassisted)Team SEaL 6 – WSLFG Blizzards 5
Scoring for Team SEaL:
Brendan BeBeau (assists to Seth Gehrke and Ben Lee)
Seth Gehrke (assists to Toivo Kivimaa and Brendan BeBeau)
Seth Gehrke (assist to Justin Weinberger)
Toivo Kivimaa (assist to Seth Gehrke)
Brendan BeBeau (assist to Seth Gehrke and Justin Weinberger)
Seth Gehrke (penalty shot goal with 4.8 seconds left in the game)High School Boys Basketball12/15/17Marathon 86 Chequamegon 28WI Rapids 59 Phillips 49Edgar 60 Rib Lake 25Cornell 63 Winter 61Hurley 67 Newman Catholic 59Mercer 87 LCO 35Lakeland 72 Tomahawk 37High School Girls Basketball12/16/17Auburnale 51 Abbotsford 44Cornell 68 Winter 39Rib Lake 65 Edgar 31Butternut 57 Mellen 48Lake Hlcome 71 Tomahawk 31Rhinelander 69 Northland Pines 47Newman Catholic 81 Athens 47Marathon 65 Chequamegon 16Ladysmith 53 Chtek/Weyerhaeuser 47Bayfiel 72 Hurley 37Medford 60 Mosinee 33Hayward 69 Barron 32Stratford 44 Prentice 30South Shore 64 Solon Springs 50High School Boys Basketball12/13/17Newman Catholic 66 Athens 64Lake Holcombe 50 Flambeau 30Bloomer 62 Ladysmith 28Hurley 35 Drummond 31Mosinee 81 Medford 62Northwestern 58 Spooner 45Stratford 62 Prentice 40Ironwood, MI 52 Butternut 38(C Squad Game) Ashland 41 Chequamegon 37High School Wrestling12/14/17Athens 63 Phillips 18Winning for Phillips:Javyn Freeman, Brandon Bruneau and Hunter BruhnHigh School Boys Basketball12/12/17Chippewa Falls 49 Medford 40Marathon 82 McDonell Central 61Flambeau 57 New Auburn 37Ashland 53 Northland Pines 50Tomahawk 68 Rib Lake 50High School Girls Basketball12/12/17Athens 53 Chequamegon 34Frederic 60 South Shore 36Bruce 60 Birchwood 18Bloomer 64 Spooner 22Hayward 47 Ladysmith 19Marathon 57 Stratford 50Medford 52 Antigo 46Assumption 57 Newman Catholic 51Lakeland 59 Northland Pines 56Rib Lake 76 Phillips 53Mosinee 69 Tomahawk 37High School Boys Basketball12/11/17Hurley 68 Chequamegon 44For Cheq. Chase Kronberger 13 pts/7 reboundsOsceola 52 Hayward 50Butternut 72 Winter 43Almond-Bancroft 45 Edgar 35High School Girls Basketball12/11/17Butternut 90 Winter 61Solon SPrings 50 Mercer 25Gymnastics12/8/17(including Chequamgon results)High School Boys Hockey12/9/17Team SEaL 8 – WSLFG Blizzards 3
Scoring for Team SEaL:
Seth Gehrke (unassisted)
Seth Gehrke (assist to Toivo Kivimaa)
Seth Gehrke (assist to Toivo Kivimaa)
Brendan BeBeau (assist to Toivo Kivimaa and Seth Gehrke)
Brendan BeBeau (assist to Seth Gehrke)
Seth Gehrke (unassisted)
Seth Gehrke (assist to Toivo Kivimaa and Justin Weinberger)
Seth Gehrke (unassisted)
Goalie Austin Schwilk recorded 35 saves on 38 shots for 92.1%High School Boys Basketball12/9/17Stratford 58 Owen-Withee 45High School Hockey12/8/17Team SEaL 5 Medford Raider 2Scoring for Team SEaL:Toivo Kivimaa (assist to Brendan BeBeau)Chance Petroski (assist to Toivo Kivimaa)Josiah Chuzles (assist to Ben Lee)Brendan BeBeau (assist to Seth Gehrke)Chance Petroski (unassisted)Austin Schwilk stopped 22 of 24 shots for a 91.6 save percentage.High School Boys Basketball12/8/17Rib Lake 70 Chequamegon 45For Cheq. – Chase Kronberger 18Auburndale 47 Assumption 41Marathon 71 Newman Catholic 24Mosinee 81 Northland Pines 42Stratford 72 Edgar 68Antigo 56 Tomahawk 16Phillips 70 Prentice 66
In front of a packed gym in Phillips the Phillips Loggers came away with a hard fought 70-66 victory over the Prentice Buccaneers in an exciting Marawood North Conference boy’s basketball game.
Prentice was lead by an outstanding performance by Trace Brayton who tallied 30 points. Also, in double figures were Jarrett Dunbar with 14 points and Peyton Enders with 10 points. The Prentice Buccaneers record now stands at 2-2 overall and 1-1 in the Marawood North.
The Phillips Loggers record is now 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the Marawood North conference. Phillips Austin Edwards poured in 25 points and was followed closely by Collin Krause who scored 23 points. With a furious rally in the closing minutes by the Prentice Buccaneers Augie Mayer hit two free throws with about 20 seconds left in the game and Austin Edwards made one free throw with 10 seconds to go and those free throws provided the margin of victory for Phillips.
Prior to the boys game the Phillips girls hosted the Flambeau Falcons in a non-conference game. Flambeau is ranked number two in the state and showed they are indeed deserving of that ranking as they scored an 86-41 victory over Phillips.
Cameron 62 Ashland 36
Bayfield 64 Solon Springs 48High School Boys Basketball12/7/17Abbotsford 51 Pittsville 48Solon Springs 68 Frederic 48Ironwood, MI 49 South Shore 38Drummond 51 Butternut 21For Butternut – Seth Scherwinski 8, Jace Scherwinski 6
Flambeau 86 Phillips 41
Lakeland 71 Rhinelander 55
Girls Basketball12/7/17Newman Catholic 59 Auburndale 42Mosinee 54 Northland Pines 47High School Wrestling12/5/17Marathon 42 Chequamegon 33Edgar 42 Chequamegon 27High School Girls Basketball12/5/17Phillips 69 Athens 62
In Marawood North Conference action the Phillips Logger girls traveled to Athens to square off against the Bluejays. Two evenly matched teams saw the first half end with Phillips having a 35 to 29 lead over Athens. The second half saw the Phillips Loggers build double digit leads to only have the Athens Bluejays cut those leads to 5 points or less. With Athens forced to foul at the end of the game, the Loggers used the charity stripe to gain control of the game and come away with a 69-62 victory.Athens Marawood North Conference record now stands at 0-3. They were lead by Kenadi Diedrich and Gabriella Janke who each tallied 16 points on the night. AbigailVan Rixel added 11 points. The Phillips Loggers conference record improved to t 2-1. Loren Sauter’s 24 points lead all scorers. Rachael Callow added 14 points and Carolyn Neerdaels finished with 13 points for the night.Three Lakes 67 Phelps 32South Shore 45 Mellen 32WI Rapids Assumption 60 Edgar 42Butternut 54 Birchwood 48Marathon 55 Auburndale 34Rhinelander 50 Ashland 16Prentice 72 Rib Lake 62Newman Cathholic 55 Stratford 41Boys Basketblall12/5/17Rhinelander 71 Ashland 40Phelps 71 Three Lakes 52Athens 62 Colby 58Edgar 58 Northland Lutheran 32Rib Lake 76 Gilman 46High School Boys Basketball12/5/17Phillips 68 Owen-Withee 58 (Game Audio HERE)
In non-conference basketball action the Phillips Logger boys defeated Owen-Withee by a score of 68-58. With the win the Phillips Logger’s record improves to 2-1 and Owen-Withee record falls to 1-2.The Black Hawks of Owen-Withee were lead by 16 points scored by Derek Hubbard, 12 points from Bahr and 11 points scored by Brandon Bennett. The Phillips Loggers were lead by 22 points by Austin Edwards, 14 points by Terran Spacek and 8 points from Ben Edwards.It was fitting in a game that saw three players foul out and a total of 49 fouls called that the difference in a Phillips 10 point victory was that the Loggers made 15 our of 19 from the charity stripe in the second half.Tomahawk 48 Chequamegon 37For Cheq. – Chase Kronberger 9, Kevin Chao 8, Zach Carper 6Lake Holcombe 72 Prentice 57Stratford 65 Loyal 37Butternut 66 Bayfield 46Scoring leaders from Butternut. Jace Scherwinski 20 points ( 13 rebounds)Seth Scherwinski 25 points ( 13/17 free throws) ( 11 Rebounds)Jacob Connelly 7 points. Josh Brown 7 pointsButternut was 23/38 from the free throw line as a team.High School Girls Basketball12/5/17Northland Pines 52 Hurley 34High Scho0l Boys Basketball12/2/17Kohler 80 Chequamegon 32For Cheq: Blake Karnick 5 pointsBoys High School Hockey12/1/17TEAM S.E.A.L. 5 Sparta 3Goals for Chequamegon:Brendan BeBeau (assists to Seth Gehrke & Jonathon Ocker)
Seth Gehrke (assist to Joseph Niece)
Josiah Chuzles (assists to Chance Petroski & Seth Gehrke)
Seth Gehrke (assists to Toivo Kivimaa and Brendan BeBeau)Austin Schwilk saved 40 of 43 shots for a 93% savepercentageBoys Basketball11/30/17Kohler 80 Chequamegon 32Girls Basketball11/30/17Marathon 74 Phillips 47Athens 63 Thorrp 36Bayfield 60 Winter 33Colby 62 Stratford 39Northland Pines 48 Antigo 38Washburn 64 Hurley 44Wausau East 37 Ashland 34Boys Basketball12/1/17Bayfield 65 Winter 51Assumption 61 Abbotsford 26Auburndale 76 Athens 35Kohler 66 Butterntu 32Edgar 69 Chequamegon 28DC Everest 66 Medford 39Marathon 71 Phillips 47Prentice 79 Newman Catholic 68Stratford 66 Rib Lake 29Wausau West 72 Lakeland 69Boys Basketball11/30/17Hayward 67 Ashland 53Rib Lake 60 Lake Holcombe 45Girls Basketball11/30/17Edgar 50 Chequamegon 27Butternut 46 Drummond 45Assumption 61 Abbotsford 49Auburndale 44 Athens 42Newman Catholic 57 Prentice 52Rib Lake 39 Stratford 33Boys Basketball11/28/17Phillips 83 Chequamegon 31 (Archived Game HERE)JV – Chequamegon 40 Phillips 39Lakeland 62 Ashland 57Mercer 65 Winter 28Auburndale 79 Newman Catholic 45Prentice 58 Athens 33Stratford 62 Assumption 47Medford 69 Wausau East 40Girls Basketball11/28/17Bayfield 54 Bruce 33Tomah 49 Stratford 24Auburndale 48 Adams-Friendship 32Abbotsford 57 Greenwood 40Marathon 63 Mosinee 26Athens 75 Spencer 46Girls Basketball11/27/17In Marawood North Conference girls action the Prentice Buccaneers defeated the Phillips Loggers by a score of 76-35. Prentice had nine girls score throughout the night and were lead by Bailey Burcaw’s 16 points, Kaelyn Isaacson and Caelyn Ulrich who both scored 12 points and Alyssa Schellin who scored 11 points. Phillips was lead by freshmen , Rachael Callow. who scored 12 points and Callie Podmolik and Lindsey Meives who both scored 6 points. With the win the Prentice Buccaneers record improves to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Marawood North Conference. Phillips record is 1-1 overall and in conference.Drummon 65 Winter 37Hurley 44 Chequamegon 20Crandon 49 Northland Pines 41Edgar 52 Northland Lutheran 33Boys Basketball11/27/17Drummond 55 Winter 37
11-21-17Boys HockeyGame vs Rhinelander Hodags. Team seal (Chequamegon/Phillips/Butternut) lost 3-2. Scoring for team seal …Seth Gehrke with an assist to Jonathan Ocker and Seth Gehrke unassisted on a short handed goal. Austin Schwilk had 39 saves and a 92.9 percent save percentage.
This was our last home game and our Dig Pink event so there was a lot of energy in the gym and the girls came out to play. I was very pleased with the attacking and net play. This was the scrappiest I’ve seen them play. My setters Taylar Bortz and Gabby McCorison both had great nights setting and digging up tips.
Grace Wegner led the team with 17 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 10 and Gabby with 8.
Taylar led the team with 4 service aces followed by Chaselyn Currier with 3.
Taylar led the team with 19 digs followed by Gwen with 17.
The girls worked well tonight as a team and changed up the attacks on Solon to keep them on their toes. The second set we had a lot more errors than I would have liked but they pulled together to win it. They worked hard and I was very proud of them.
Sophomore Grace Wegner led the team with 11 digs followed by freshman Gwen Mccorison and Senior Gabby Mccorison with 9 each.
Gabby led the team with 4 aces followed by senior Chelsea McReynolds with 3.
Gwen led the team with 8 kills followed by Grace with 6, and Gabby and Junior Taylar Bortz with 4.
In Marawood Conference Volleyball Cross-Over action the Logger Volleyball team won 1 and lost 2 on Saturday at Stratford.
I was very proud of how the girls came out to play tonight. A lot of time was spent this week discussing the meaning of a team and the need to play like one in order to be successful. This was probably one of their best matches in moving and communication. As a result we were able to stay aggressive and put pressure on Mercer.
Setters Junior Taylar Bortz and Senior Gabby McCorison were strong setting tonight.
Freshman Chaselyn Currier led the team with 19 digs followed by Freshman Gwen McCorison with 15.
Gwen led the team with 7 kills followed by Sophomore Grace Wegner with 6 and Gabby with 5.
Grace led the team with 4 aces followed by Gabby with 3.
I knew going into tonight that this was going to be a tough match for my young team. The competition was great – Chequamegon played well. We struggled with blocking and covering their attacks. As a result we never were consistent in playing our game and being aggressive at the net. Communication was also an issue tonight. We were able to put a few good attacks together but not enough to stay competitive. The girls did great at the service line serving 97.5%.
Junior Taylar Bortz and Freshman Riannon Kolar led the team with 2 service aces. Sophomore Grace Wegner led the team with 10 digs and 4 kills.
Kav FitzPatrick ran the fastest time of the day for all divisions. His time of 15:42.00 was a Course Record for the Division 1 Small School Division and an LUHS School Record. Darius Diver (3rd D1 Small/7th Overall D1) and Jack Garcia (10th D1 Small/20th Overall D1) also medaled for the T-Birds
Lakeland Girls finish 3rd in the Division 1 Small Schools Division
Ashley Peterson finished 2nd in the D1 Small Schools Division (6th D1 Overall). Her time of 18:59.96 is the second fastest time ever for a LUHS girl. Aubrey Anderson (10th D1 Small/26th D1 Overall) also medaled for the T-Birds
Phillips over Cadott Hornets (3-1)
The girls came out to play tonight. Communication and movement were on and they really played well as a team. This was the scrappiest I’ve ever seen them play. They had a lot of energy that continued throughout the entire match. I was able to play some of my bench and I was very impressed with how they played.
Sophomore Grace Wegner led the team with 3 service aces followed by Junior Taylar Bortz and Freshman Gwen McCorison with 2. Wegner also led the team with 10 kills followed by Gwen McCorison with 4. Senior Gabby McCorison led the team with 21 digs followed by Bortz with 13.
25-21, 25-18, 25-16)
We struggled with illness and came out slow but then by the second set they were playing better as a team. We knew Drummond was going to be tough and we did some great things against them and had some great attacks but we weren’t as consistent as I would have liked. This team never gave up and fought right till the end. I was very proud of them.
Sophomore Grace Wegner led the team with 3 kills. Freshman Gwen McCorison with 15 digs, and Freshman Chaselyn Currier with 3 service aces.
It was a hard fought match tonight and I’m very proud of how the girls worked together as a team to pull out the win. The teams were very evenly matched which made for an exciting night of volleyball. We had our fair share of mistakes throughout the sets but they continued to work hard and never gave up. Sophomore Grace Wegner led the team with 4 kills and Freshman Gwen McCorison led with 3 service aces. Setters Junior Taylar Bortz and Senior Gabby McCorison had a good night of setting. At times we struggled with serve receiving and they were consistent with getting the ball to our hitters for an attack.
Middle School Football
We struggled tonight coming off the long holiday weekend. Communication and movement were poor. They seemed to have forgotten how to play their game. They ended the match cleaner than they started. We do not have a JV team this year so I was able to get some of the JV players into the game and they did great.
Sophomore Grace Wegner led the night with 7 kills followed by Senior Gabby McCorison and Freshman Gwen McCorison with 5 kills each. Junior Taylar Bortz and Grace Wegner led the team with 4 service aces each. Gwen McCorison led the team with 16 digs.
Despite their early struggles this team did a lot of great things on the court and I’m excited to see what the season will bring. (Written by Coach Bortz)
In Marawood Conference Volleyball Cross-Over action the Logger Volleyball team won 2 and lost 1.
The Phillips Loggers’ girl’s softball team squared off against Juda/Albany in a Division 4 semi-final game at Goodman Diamond on the Campus of UW- Madison. Phillips came in with a record of 21-1 and Juda/Albany brought a 25-2 record into the game.
The Panthers of Juda/Albany got on the scoreboard in the first inning turning a triple by Alexis Goecks and singles by Sara Jordan and Sayde McDermott along with a Phillips error into 2 runs. Phillips responded in the bottom of the first when Morgan Edwards reached first on an error and Ashley Kilty advanced her with a perfectly placed sacrifice bunt and following another Juda/Albany error, Morgan Edwards slide across home with the first run for Phillips.
For the next three innings Niciole Becker on the mound for Juda/Albany shut down the Logger bats. Matching her pitch for pitch. Morgan Edwards of Phillips silenced the Panther bats for the next three innings. But in the 5th inning the bats for Juda/Albany came alive and they used 5 hits, 2 Phillips errors, 2 wild pitches and 2 passed balls to tally 6 runs and lead by a score of 8-2. In the bottom of the 5th Phillips got singles from Megan Polster and walk to Mickey Kosmer and Morgan Edwards hit an RBI single and Ashley Kilty followed with an RBI single. At the end of 5 innings the score was Juda/Albany 8 and Phillips 3.
From that point on Juda/Albany scored 3 runs in the 6th inning and another 3 runs in the 7th inning. Phillips was only able to tally one more run in the 7th inning on a walk to Elicia Ericksen, a single by Morgan Edwards and a RBI single by Virginia McMillian.
The final score was Juda/Albany 13 and Phillips 4. Juda/Albany scored 13 runs on 13 hits and committed 2 errors. Phillips scored 4 runs on 6 hits and committed 5 errors. The winning pitcher for Juda/Albany was Nickole Becker and Morgan Edwards took the loss for Phillips. Hailey Kammerer and Sara Jordan lead the Panther hitters with three hits each. Morgan Edwards lead the Phillips Logger hitters with a 3 for 4 night.
The Phillips Loggers remarkable season ends with an overall record of 21-2 and conference, regional and sectional championship. The season may have ended but the memories will live on.
Butternut Mercer Pioneers season came to an end at Sectionals with a 16-1 loss to Webster in Shell Lake. The Pioneers had chances early but left 10 runners on base in the first 4 innings. Webster got out to a 7-1 lead and then put the game away with a 9 run 4th. Jace Scherwinski and Carter Christian each had 2 hits in the game. Zayne Earl and Trevor Pollitt each added another hit. The Pioneers finish the season at 15-10, returning all but two players, Senior Charles Hirtreiter and foreign exchange student Jose Cruz for next year. Webster went on to win the championship 13-0 to advance to State.
Webster scored three runs in the first inning on hits by Trevor Gustafson, Jack Washburn and Jordy Larson. Webster added four more runs in the second inning on hits by Trevor Gustafson, Trenton Wols, Hunter Gustafson to take a 7-0 lead. Butternut/Mercer chipped away at that lead in the third inning as they turned walks by Carter Christian, Zayne Earl and Isaac Wegner plus single by Trevor Pollitt to put one run on the scoreboard. But the floodgates opened in the fourth inning as Webster sent 13 hitters to the plate and scored 9 runs to take a 16-1 lead and that ended up being the final score.
Jody Larson earned the win for Webster striking out 3 and walking 4 while only allowing 5 hits. He got relief help from Caleb Purdue in the bottom of the 5th inning. Leading hitter for Webster were Trevor Gustafson who went 4 for 4 and Hunter Gustafson and Matt Buffington who both had doubles.
Taking the loss for Butternut/Mercer was Jace Scherwinski with relief help from setter Scherwinski and Trevor Pollitt. Pioneer pitchers struck out 7 and walked 6 in the game. Carter Christian and Jace Scherwinski had two hits each for Butternut/Mercer and Trevor Pollitt added a single.
Coach Troy Scherwinski’s Pioneers ended a very success Indianhead season and tournament run with an overall record of 15-0. With a very young team the Butternut/Mercer Pioneers have a very bright future ahead of them.
Morgan Edwards picked up the complete game victory giving up 5 runs on 6 hits and she struck out 9 batters and walked one. Taking the loss for Marathon was Sasha Hornung who gave up 6 runs on 7 hits while striking out 4 and walking one.
The Phillips Logger record now stands at 21-1 on the year and includes conference, regional and sectional championships and more importantly their first ever trip to the Division Four State Championship to be played at Goodman Diamond in Madison,
The Chetek/Weyerhauser Bulldogs defeated the Phillips Loggers by a score of 6-1 to win the Division 3 Regional Baseball Championship and will now advance to the Sectional Tournament to be played in Cumberland. Phillips got an early 1-0 lead in the first inning on hits from Ben Edwards, Darek Petruzalek and Tanner Riley. Chetek/Weyerhauser tied the game in the fourth inning on two walks and one hit by Bronson Schofield. Chetek/Weyerhauser added a run in the 5th inning when Phillips committed two errors and Andrew Loy collected a hit. The Bulldogs then put the game away in the 6th inning when they scored four runs on one hit, 1 walk, 1 hit batter and two errors.
Taking the loss for Phillips was starting pitcher, Collin Krause even though he only allowed 6 hits over seven innings. Winning pitcher for Chetek/Weyerhauser was Dakota Hermann who gave up one run on four hits and was backed by a defense that only committed two errors. Phillips collected four singles in the game by Ben Edwards, Darek Petruzalek, Collin Krause and Tanner Riley. Chetek/Weyerhauser’s offense collected 6 hits including two each by Andrew Loy and Bronson Schofield.
Earning the victory for Phillips was Morgan Edwards who stuck out 6, walked 2 and gave up 8 hits. Cassidy Lee took the loss for Grantsburg while striking out 6, walking 1 and giving up 10 hits.
Grantsburg took a 4-0 lead in the first inning on singles by McKenna Johnson, Emma Quimby and a double off the bat of Maddie Duncan. Phillips cut into the lead by scoring 2 runs in the second inning on singles by Brook Bogdanovic, Marie Harrington and Megan Polster. Phillips added a run in the third inning on a double by Marie Harrington and then tied the game in the fifth inning on a long homerun by JoJo Baratka.
Grantsburg responded and took the lead with a run in the sixth inning singles by Emma Quimby and Maddie Duncan. Leading by the score of 5-4 Grantsburg got two unearned runs in the top of the seventh to lead 7-4. With their backs to the wall the Phillips Loggers responded with three runs in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game and send it into extra innings on singles by Ashley Kilty, Loren Sauter, JoJo Bartaka and Marie Harrington.
In the top of the 8th inning Grantsburg’s leadoff hitter, Cassidy Lee, hit a screamer to deep right center that seemed destined to go all the way to the fence, but on a dead run, right fielder, Nicole Schultz made a spectacular catch. In the bottom of the eighth Morgan Edwards walked and stole second and advanced to third on a ground out. It was time for Loren Saunter’s heroics and even though it appeared that Grantsburg was trying to intentionally walk her, she reached out and hit a game winning single.
With the win, the Phillips Loggers advance to the Division 4 Softball Sectional Final for the first time in school history.
In a hard fought Regional Championship game the Phillips Loggers came away with a 16-6 win over the Flambeau Falcons softball victory in 6 innings. With the win, Phillips will advance to the Sectionals next week. Phillips built a 2 to 0 nothing lead in the first inning. But Flambeau roared back and scored 5 runs in the third to take a 5-2 lead. Phillips responded with 2 runs in their half of the third and then added 8 runs in the fourth inning to take control of the game. Flambeau was lead by Anna Taylor who went 2 for three at the plate including a double and Sadie Groothousen and Taylor Moore who each hit triples. On the mound for Flambeau, Taylor Moore took the loss giving up 17 hits and walking three batters.
he Phillips Loggers saw Morgan Edwards going 4 for four, and JoJo Baratka, Michaela Ericksen and Marie Harrington all going 3 for four. Included in Michaela Ericksen ‘s 3 for four afternoon was a triple and 4 RBI’s. Morgan Edwards earned the victory on the mound giving up 6 runs on seven hits while striking out 4 and walking 1.
In a tournament tune up, the Butternut Mercer Pioneers travelled to Phillips and came out on the short end of a good dual 4-3. Austin Edwards went the distance for Phillips for the win, giving up 5 hits and striking out 5. Jace Scherwinski pitched well but could not get out of the 5th, tagged for 4 runs in the loss also striking out 5. Seth Scherwinski pitched 2 scoreless innings to keep the Pioneers in striking distance. Phillips made some good defensive plays to throw out 2 runners at the plate on the night, but made a couple miscues in the 5th to allow a 2 run Pioneer rally. Butternut Mercer finishes the regular season at 13-9 overall and will host Mellen in Regional play on Tuesday.
Division 4 softball Regional semi-finals the Phillips Loggers came away with an 8-0 victory over the Boyceville Bulldogs to advance to the Regional Finals. organ Edwards earned the win for Phillips throwing a complete game shutout giving up only 5 hits while striking out 7 and walking one batter. Taking the loss for Boyceville was Tyra Kostman who gave up 8 runs on 13 hits while striking out none and walking one.
Leading hitter for the Boyceville Bulldogs was Amber Retzloff who went 3 for 3 – all singles. Madysn Riek and Tyra Kostman collected the other hits for Boyceville.
8 out of 9 batters for the Phillips Loggers collected hits during the game. Leading the hit parade for Phillips was Ashley Kilty who had three hits including a double, Michaela Ericksen who had three hits and JoJo Baratka who had two hits including a two run homeroom. Phillips scored two runs in the second inning and put the game away with five runs in the 4th inning before plating the final run in the 5th inning. Boyceville had bases runners in 5 of the 7 innings but could not push any runner beyond third base. An outstanding catch in right field by Phillips Logger Nicole Schultz ended one of the Boyceville threats.
The Butternut Mercer Pioneers defeated the Prentice Buccaneers at home in non-conference action 4-2. In a game where both teams got a lot of reserve playing time, the Pioneers came back from an early 2-0 deficit. Trevor Pollitt got the win on the mound going 4-2/3 innings. Brant Johnson took the loss. Carter Christian with 2 hits for the Pioneers. Now 13-8, the 2 seed Pioneers receive a bye in the first round of Regionals, but will travel to Phillips for another non-conference tune up game. On Tuesday they will host the winner of the Bayfield-Mellen game.
Chequamegon 12, @Drummond 0
Having fallen behind 6-0 in two losses earlier in the week, the Chequamegon High School softball team turned the tables and scored seven runs in the top of the first inning en route to a 12-0 victory at Drummond on Monday.
After Korrie Herbst singled home a run in the first, Drummond was one pitch away from ending the inning. Instead, Kayla Herbst walked on a full count with two outs, Tess Richard walked to force in a run, Ally Derr lined a two-run single and Brooklyn Hanson rapped a two-run double, The seventh run of the inning scored on an error.
Chequamegon added two runs in the second on an RBI single by Kayla Herbst and an error and added an unearned run in the fourth. Klaudia Swanson had and RBI double in the fifth, followed by an RBI single by Hannah Borne.
The Screaming Eagles played flawless defense to back the two-hit, six-strikeout pitching of Mackenzie Dane.
Chequamegon (12-9) will play a regiona semifinal game at Flambeau today (Tuesday) at 5 p.m. The game was originally slated to be played on Wednesday, but has been moved up a day.
Butternut Mercer Pioneers suffered another tough loss at Chequamegon on Saturday 3-2. Hunter Minnema pitched into the 6th inning giving up 2 runs, 1 earned, striking out 4 for the win. Max Brunner pitched 2 scoreless to get the save. John Lynch gave up 3 runs in 3 innings for the loss. Zayne Earl pitch 3 scoreless in relief. The Pioneers had 3 hits in the game with Kyle Mareno getting a double. Max Brunner and Alex Omeara with 2 hits each for the Screaming Eagles. Butternut/Mercer (10-3, 11-8) travel to Ironwood on Monday and Phillips on Thursday.
Three walks and two wild pitches helped Neillsville open a 6-0 lead after one inning in wet conditions Saturday.
Chequamegon erupted for eight runs in the fifth inning to wipe out the deficit. Korrie Herbst had a two-run single, Kayla Herbst followed with an RBI double and Ally Derr rapped a two-out RBI double to fuel the big inning.
Two walks in the fifth helped Neillsville close to 8-7 and two walks to open the sixth, followed by an error, put the Warriors back on top.
The Phillips Logger girls won a share of the Marawood North Conference softball title with a convincing 18-0 victory over the Edgar Wildcats.
@Athens 12, Chequamegon 8
Three unearned runs in the first inning and three more in the second staked Athens to a 6-0 lead in the Marawood North Conference finale for both teams in Athens with Chequamegon as the home team.
Brooklyn Hanson’s triple, an RBI ground out and a two-run double by Korrie Herbst halved the deficit in the bottom of the third and a double by Maggie Miller and RBI single by Klaudia Swanson made it 6-4 in the fourth.
Remi Orr doubled and scored in the fifth and doubled home two runs in a three-run sixth to pull Chequamegon within one before Athens tacked on three in the top of the seventh.
Swanson was 4-for-4, Orr and Hanson had three hits each and Miller and Korrie Herbst had two apiece for the Screaming Eagles.
Grantsburg 6, Chequamegon 5
Div. 4 second-ranked Grantsburg scored two unearned runs in the top of the seventh inning to snap a 4-4 tie and held on for a 6-5 victory over the Chequamegon High School softball team on Saturday at the Gilman-Thorp SlamFest in Gilman. The game see-sawed with Grantsburg scoring solo runs in the first and second innings. Chequamegon tallied once in the third and three times in the fourth. The Pirates knotted it in the fifth. va Pasewald allowed eight hits, walked three and struck out three for the Screaming Eagles. Klaudia Swanson, Remi Orr and Korrie Herbst had two hits each. Herbst drove in a pair of runs.
Chequamegon 7, Glenwood City 0
Mackenzie Dane threw a four-hit shutout, fanning five, in the Screaming Eagles win at SlamFest. Chequamegon rapped nine hits, including three by Swanson and two each by Dane and Hanna Borne. Swanson drove in two runs, Borne swiped two bases and had and RBI and Dane hit two doubles and drove in a run.
The Phillips Loggers defeated the Chequamegon Screaming Eagles by a score of 8-3 in Marawood North Conference softball. RBI singles by JoJo Baratka and Michaela Ericksen in the first inning put Phillips into a lead that they never gave up. In the third inning Phillips plated four more runs on RBI singles by Baratka and Ericksen again and also Brook Bogdanovic. Trailing by a score of 6-0 there was no quit in the Chequamegon Screaming Eagles as they tallied two runs in the bottom of the third on a walk and singles by McKenzie Dane, Remi Orr and Kiana Schmidt. Chequamegon added a run in the fifth inning on an RBI double by Remi Orr and suddenly they trailed by a score of 6-3.
Phillips added two insurance runs in the 6th inning on three walks and a base hit by Ashley Kilty and that ended the scoring as Phillips won by a score of 8-3 over Chequamegon. Taking the loss for Chequamegon was McKenzie Dane who gave up 8 runs on 11 hits, while striking our 4 and walking two. The Screaming Eagles committed 2 errors. The winning pitcher for Phillips was Morgan Edwards who gave up three runs on 6 hits, striking out 7 and walking 3. The Phillips Loggers committed two errors.
Meanwhile starting Chequamegon pitcher, Dawson Weik was mowing Rib Lake down yielding only 4 hits and 0 runs through five innings. But everything changed in the sixth inning when Rib Lake sent ten men to the plate and struck for three hits (singles by Zane Mencheski, Sean Schreiner and Nick Gerstberger), were issued four walks and scored 4 runs to take a 4-3 lead. Jesus Ontiveros, relived Jerad Arkola in the 4th inning and the Rib Lake Redmen shut Chequamegon Screaming Eagles down giving up only a single to Max Brunner while striking out one and walking one to earn the win.Taking the loss for Chequamegon was Dawson Weik who got relief help from Hunter Minnema.
Again the final score was Rib Lake 4 runs on 6 hits and left 3 runners on base and Chequamegon 3 runs on 4 hits and left 7 runners on base.
Cheuamegon 11, @Rib Lake 1 (6)
Klaudia Swanson’s home run got the Screaming Eagles going in the first inning. Kiana Schmidt’s RBI triple fueled a two-run fourth.
Hannah Borne laced an RBI double, Remi Orr singled home a run ahead of Korrie Herbst’s two-run double and Kayla Herbst and Josi Orr had RBI singles in a five-run fifth.
Korrie Herbst lofted a sacrifice fly and Kayla Herbst had an RBI single to cap the scoring in the sixth.
Mackenzie Dane checked Rib Lake on two hits over the first five innings, striking out six and walking a pair. Eva Pasewald finished up with a 1-2-3 sixth, aided by Josi Orr’s caught stealing and a relay from Ally Derr to Borne to Schmidt to get the final out at third base.
With the score tied at 4-4 both teams were able to score three runs in the 5th inning to keep the game deadlocked at 7-7. Neither team was able to score in the 6th inning and the game went into the final inning as the rain increased in intensity. In the top of the 7th inning Prentice was able to put runners on first and second and Brant Johnson came to bat and delivered a run scoring double and Prentice had the lead at 8-7. In the bottom of the 7th Phillips Tanner Riley walked and advanced as far as third but on the mound Taylor Brayton got the last two hitters out on strikes to end the game.
The final score from Veterans Memorial Field was Prentice 8 and Phillips 7. Earning the victory in relief for Prentice was Taylor Brayton who worked 5 innings giving up three runs on three hits, while striking out 6 and walking 5. The loss went to the third pitcher of the night for Phillips, Derek Petruzalek who pitched 2 and 1/3 innings giving up 1 run on two hits and struck out two batters while walking 1.
The Sreaming Eagles rapped 16 hits to back the three-hit pitching of Mackenzie Dane and Eva Pasewald.
Dane was 4-for-4, Kiana Schmidt and Kayla Herbst were each 3-for-3 with two RBI and Korrie Herbst was 2-for-3 with three RBI.
Dane fanned eight in four innings and Pasewald pitched a 1-2-3 fifth inning with a pair of punchouts.
In Marawood North Conference softball the Phillips Loggers hosted the Chequamegon Screaming Eagles in a Price County rivalry game. At stake was possession of second place in the conference and remaining only a game behind league leading Athens. The final score was Phillips 10 and Chequamegon 0 in a 6 inning game. MacKenzie Dane started on the mound for Chequamegon and was the pitcher of record. She struck out 6, walked 2 and gave up 10 hits. The Screaming Eagles were only able to record three hits with MacKenzie Dane, Klaudia Swanson and Remi Orr each hitting singles. Phillips had Morgan Edwards on the mound and she pitched a complete game shutout. Edwards gave up only 3 hits, stuck out 8 and did not walk a batter. The Phillips attack was leading by Morgan Edwards who was 2 for 4, Loren Sauter who went 3 for 4, Michaela Ericksen who went 2 for 4 and JoJo Baratka who went 3 for 3 including a single, double and triple. With the victory Phillips conference record stands at 3-1 and Chequamegon is 3-2.
Butternut-Mercer Pioneers travelled to Hurley looking for a bounce back win against a club back to full strength after playing without their seniors the past 4 games. Jace Scherwinski got the start on the mound but did not have his best stuff. Hurley got to him early with 3 runs in the first, but he settled in after that and battled through 4 scoreless innings after that. Meanwhile Hurley ace Dante Bender held the Pioneers scoreless the first 4 innings. Trailing 3-0 heading to the 5th inning the Pioneers decided to play small ball. Good execution on their part couple with a few Hurley errors lead to a 5 run outburst for the 5-3 lead. Bender reach his pitch limit in the 6th and the wheels fell off as B/M scored 5 more for a 10-3 lead. Zayne Earl pitched 1-1/3 and John Lynch got the last 2 outs for the save in the 10-6 win. Jace got the win on the mound and had 2 hits at the plate, Seth Scherwinski had 2 more hits in the Pioneers 8 hit game. Bender took the loss for Hurley.
B/M now 4-1,4-3 host Bayfield in DH on Thursday at 4:00 and play Lake Holcombe/Cornell on Saturday at 10:00 in the Prentice wood bat tourney.
Jerod Arkola started on the mound for Rib Lake and gave up a run in the first and two runs in the fifth inning. Arkola gave up a single to Jon Fraundorf and one to Tanner Riley through four innings. Phillips came up with two runs in the fifth inning on one walk, two Redmen errors and one hit by Collin Krause to take a 3-0 lead.
Meanwhile, Austin Edwards on the mound for Phillips was cruising along giving up only four hits with three strikeouts through four innings. Then in the fifth inning Rib Lake struck on one walk, one hit batter; a single by Austin Winter and a ringing triple by Zane Mencheski and suddenly the score was tied at 3-3.
Neither team was able to score in the sixth inning and Phillips was unable to score in the top of the seventh. But in the bottom of the seventh, Rib Lake loaded the bases on three walks and Nick Gerstberger came to the plate and had a walk off hit by the pitch and Rib Lake stayed undefeated in Marawood North Conference action.
The leading hitter for Phillips was Jon Fraundorf with two singles. Leading the way for Rib Lake was Austin Winter going three for three. Taking the loss was Collin Krause who replaced Austin Edwards on the mound for the Phillips Loggers. The winning hurler for the Rib Lake Redmen was Jesus Ontiveros who replaced Jerod Arkola.
@Athens 12, Chequamegon 2
The Athens Bluejays rapped six doubles and two home runs in a 12-2 victory Monday night.
Klaudia Swanson’s fifth-inning single was the lone hit for the Screaming Eagles. Swanson and Ally Derr scored in the fifth.
@ Medford 9, Chequamegon 8
Medford plated an unearned run in the sixth to tie the game and pushed the winning run across with one out in the bottom of the seventh. Chequamegon scored five times in the second, which was matched by Medford in its half of the second. The Raiders pulled ahead 7-5 in the third, but the Screaming Eagles tallied once in the fourth and pulled ahead 80 with a pair of runs in the fifth. Mackenzie Dane went 4-for-4 for the Screaming Eagles, Remi Orr was 3-for-3 with a two-run double and t rhee RBI and Hannah Born had a two-run double. Dane allowed five earned runs on 10 hits and three walks with five strikeouts.
Chequamegon 14, @ Edgar 4 (6)
Hannah Borne drilled an RBI triple and a two-run inside-the-park homer in Chequamegon’s 14-4 victory at Edgar in Marawood North Conference play on Tuesday. The Screaming Eagles had 12 hits in the game, including a 3-for-4 night by Klaudia Swanson, who tripled and drove in a pair of runs. Kayla Herbst had a sacrifice fly and two-run double for three RBI. Mackensie Dane allowed five its, walked five and struck out seven to notch the win in the circle.
Spencer 15, @ Chequamegon 1
The Spencer Rockets scored early and often en route to a 15-1 victory over the Chequamegon High School softball team on Monday at the Park Falls Athletic Complex.
Spencer rapped 15 hits and capitalized on four Chequamegon errors to score five times in the first inning, four times in the second and six times in the third.
Hannah Borne belted a solo home run for the Screaming Eagles. Chequamegon’s Mackennzie Dane struck out 13 in a losing effort.
Rib Lake 19 Prentice 14
Athens 11 Assumption 0
Washburn 5 Ironwood 2
Pittsville 13 Abbotsford 2
Butternut 6 Drummond 2
Butternut-Mercer Pioneers got a big conference win over Drummond at home Monday night. Seth Scherwinski starting on the mound and pitched a solid 4 innings giving up 2 runs while fanning 6. Jace Scherwinski came in relief with a runner on in the 5th getting a double play ball to get out of inning with no damage. Trailing 2-1 in the bottom half of that inning the Pioneer bats responded finally getting to Drummond starter Collin Mergen with 4 runs keyed by clutch RBI hits from Zayne Earl and Isaac Wegner. Mergen threw 4-2/3 giving up 5 runs striking out 6. Scherwinski closed the door from there pitching 3 scoreless with 6 k’s giving up 1 hit. He also went 3-3 with 2 doubles at the plate. Seth Scherwinski and Isaac Wegner had 2 hits each in the 10 hit attack. Butternut-Mercer now 3-0,3-2 travel to Washburn on Thursday.
Ally Derr’s two-run triple jump-started the Chequamegon High School softball team’s offense in a 20-2 victory over visiting Prentice in the Marawood North Conference opener for the Screaming Eagles on Tuesday, April 11, at the Park Falls Athletic Complex. Chequamegon allowed two unearned runs in the first inning and Derr’s triple drew the Screaming Eagles even as sparked a seven-run second. Derr drilled an RBI double in Chequamegon’s six-run third innings. Mackenzie Dane had an inside-the-park homer to highlight a seven-run fourth for Chequamegon. Dane worked the first four innings, allowing no earned runs, five hits and one walk while fanning five. Hannah Borne had two hits for Chequamegon.
Phillips 2 McDonnell Central 1
Drummond 21 Mellen 0
Phillips 10 Three Lakes/Phelps 7
Greenwood 10 Hurley 5
Drummond 5 Birchwood 2
D3-106 – Javyn Freeman (34-8) placed 3rd and scored 21.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Javyn Freeman (Phillips) 34-8 won by fall over Kale Grossman (Marshall) 44-7 (Fall 5:09)
Quarterfinal – Javyn Freeman (Phillips) 34-8 won by fall over Anthony Rautmann (Random Lake) 41-11 (Fall 4:41)
Semifinal – Manny Drexler (Stratford) 41-4 won by major decision over Javyn Freeman (Phillips) 34-8 (MD 15-4)
Cons. Semi – Javyn Freeman (Phillips) 34-8 won by major decision over Mason Lull (Fennimore) 42-7 (MD 12-2)
3rd Place Match – Javyn Freeman (Phillips) 34-8 won by fall over Cian Fischer (Weyauwega-Frem.) 44-6 (Fall 2:57)
Butternut 64 LCO 36
In Boy’s State Soccer results in Division 4, the Racine St. Catherine Angels defeated the Phillips Loggers by a score of 4-1 and will advance to the state championship game on Saturday.
The Phillips Boys Soccer team defeated Barron 4-0 in their sectional semifinal Thurday afternoon