High School Updates January 24-February 4, 2016

TomM
February 4, 2016 18:20

High School Updates  January 24-February 4, 2016

High School Updates January 24-February 4, 2016

Milton Badger Conference title streak on life support

La Crescent grabs two big dual wins

LC Wrestling defeats Wrightstown 40-19

Focus on wrestling | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Bill Verbeten ends 45-year career as Wrightstown coach | Dennis Wilson
Green Bay High School Sports Examiner | January 29, 2016
There isn’t a lot about prep wrestling that Bill Verbeten doesn’t know or hasn’t seen in his 45 years as a coach. He has been a part of three state champion teams at Wrightstown High School, has coached nine individual state champions for the Tigers, and has been a part of the coaching staff for a countless number of conference champions while donning the blue and white of Wrightstown High School.
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Seniors stand out in New Richmond’s final home wrestling dual

Classic between Raschka and Samson highlights Pewaukee’s dual-meet triumph. @Evanfrank_LCP

 Green Bay Press Gazette Wrestling honor roll: Feb. 3

Stoughton hangs on to No. 5 spot in Wisconsin Wrestling Online team rankings

Dodgeville’s Brady Wetter has committed to Badgers for wrestling

Oak Creek claims third SEC dual-meet title | Oak Creek Now

Kettle Moraine duo thrives with continued improvement | Lake Country Now

Waunakee wins Wisconsin Dells invite

Tomah wrestling coming together at perfect time

After battling illness for years, Sauk Prairie’s Eddie Smith becomes one of state’s elite wrestlers

Cadott wrestling digging in for challenging postseason path | Chippewa Herald

Aquinas senior learns to compete in classroom, too

Raccoons earn piece of fourth straight WLT title

Lawlis, Warzynski win CWC wrestling titles

Competing interests snare potential wrestlers

Wrestling is hard, tough and not for everyone

The power of one: Raabe is Luther’s lone wrestler

Van Asten lifts Kaukauna to Pulaski title

‘Simple act of kindness’ is really so much more

Craig wins seventh straight wrestling matchup vs. Parker

Oconto Falls’ Trepanier beats odds on, off the mat

Panthers defeat SCC, look ahead to tournament season

Wilmot wrestling captures fourth

Logan records wrestling sweep to win city title

1-28 Prep Roundup: Chi-Hi wrestling tops Menomonie

Vikings take second at Zelinski Duals tournament

Marshfield wrestlers dominate Wausau East

Stratford Wins 10 Titles, Cruises To Team Championship At Marawood Conference Wrestling Tournament

Barron holds off Bloomer/Colfax wrestling

Rebels take down Panthers

Focus on wrestling | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Jan. 27, 2016

MHS pins Blackhawks

La Crosse Tribune wrestling honor rolls | January 27

SV-E wrestlers finish first at Sparta Invitational

State tournament loss fuels Deerfield’s top-ranked Cal Hansen

Black River Falls wrestlers battle at tough Sparta Invite

Oak Creek wrestlers storm to another major meet title

Raider wrestlers eye Big Rivers Conference title

Mukwonago makes statement at Zelinski Duals

Jared Krattiger, Waterford Journal Times High School Athlete of the Week: Jan. 26, 2016

Adams-Friendship wrestlers set to make history

Three go unbeaten for Waupun at its own Warrior Duals tourney

Pewaukee juniors come through for Pirates

Ashland takes third at Grand Rapids

Marshfield wrestling 11th at Sparta Invitational

Appleton North wrestlers second at invite

Luxemburg-Casco Wrestling Dominates Pulaski 55-7

Evansville/Albany’s Meyer angling for fourth state wrestling berth

Janesville Gazette High Fives for Jan. 18 to Jan. 23
Keeanu Benton, Janesville Craig wrestling: The freshman continued his solid freshman season Friday night when his 6-1 decision at 285 pounds clinched Janesville Craig’s 31-27 victory over Middleton. The Cougars also got pins from Dennis Nguyen, Grant Pleiss and Aristide Serrano as they captured the Big Eight Conference dual-meet title.

Tristan Woods, Milton wrestling: The Red Hawks matched up in a nonconference dual with Evansville/Albany on Tuesday, giving the area an intriguing bout between two of the area’s top current high school programs. Woods won arguably the most anticipated match of the night, beating Nolan Kicmol—ranked No. 1 in D2—5-0 in the 138-pound match.

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Krattiger leads Waterford at Terry Kramer Open

Zielinski Memorial Duals Invite

Waterford wrestlers impressive at loaded invite

Coleman continues to impress in Bay Port win

Burlington looks healthy again

Wisconsin Dells picks up 45-21 win over Westfield

Vikings remain undefeated in the Badger South Conference

Luxemburg-Casco dominates Oconto Falls

Freedom wrestlers top Wrightstown in showdown

Quiet Riot: Jefferson’s Roth lets his wrestling do the talking

Red Hawks continue to persevere

La Crosse Tribune Honor Roll January 20

Hawks win Ithaca-Weston Invite

Pirates strong at Ithaca-Weston invitational

Oak Creek wrestlers moving forward at great speed

Milton wrestlers flatten Evansville/Albany

Morgan driven to excel on the mat

Mukwonago freshmen take center stage in dual-meet win

Dodgeland nets four champs, takes fourth at Milwaukee Hamilton Invite

Prep Profile: Luke Meihack, Winnebago Lutheran

Pewaukee loses tight dual meet to Mukwonago

Tomah wrestling team peaking at right time

Millard, Homestead love wrestling By Steven L. Tietz Jan. 27, 2016  
School hosts varsity, JV meets in same weekend

A lot of people think Homestead wrestling and baseball coach Ernie Millard is nuts.
He’s a two-sport coach with a still-young family, and he’s famous for his heart-on-his-sleeve nature and emotional reactions to things. But he almost always gets the most out of his kids no matter what the talent level, and he is much beloved by many for his professionalism, honesty and character. Not to mention his work ethic.

Green Bay Press Gazette Wrestling honor roll: Jan. 27
=Team of the week
=Wrestler of the week
=Honor roll
=Minimum: 15 matches
=Undefeated
=One loss
=Two losses
=Three losses
=.750 or better winning percentage

Glendale Now Sports Shorts: Jan. 28
NICOLET WRESTLING
The Knights were sternly tested when they claimed 10th in the 23-team Sheboygan North Herb Tyler Invite on Jan. 23. They will close out their North Shore Conference dual meet season when they host Port Washington on Thursday, Jan. 28. Nicolet scored 71.5 points for their spot as Moline (Ill.) dominated the meet with 246.5. Chris Azcuetawas fourth at 182 pounds to lead the way. Azcueta (20-9 overall) went 2-2 overall, falling to a Germantown wrestler, 5-1, in the third place bout. Earning sixths were Teague Worlton at 138 (22-9) and Adam Plotkinat 152 (30-13). Worlton went 3-2 on the day as did Plotkin. Savion Deanat 145 claimed seventh, also going 3-2 for the tourney.
Collin Shea (13-11) was also seventh at 195 with a 3-2 tourney mark as was Jaren Yoder at 120 (3-2, 13-15).
WHITEFISH BAY WRESTLING
Cooper Fergustook third at 120 pounds to lead the Blue Dukes to a 16th place effort in the 19-school Homestead Highlander Scramble on Jan. 22. Bay, which will close out its North Shore Conference dual meet season at Grafton on Thursday, Jan. 28, scored 97.5 points for its spot at Homestead as Oak Creek defending its title with 461.5. Fergus (21-6 overall) went 4-1 at Homestead for his spot, losing to only old nemesis Austin Lasanske of Menomonee Falls, 4-0, in the semifinals. Fergus bounced back to claim third with a 10-2 major decision over a Kimberly opponent. Zack Turneralso had a good day at 195, going 3-2 to take fifth with a pin over a Kettle Moraine opponent in his final match. Zach Lichosik went 2-3 at 182 (2-8 overall) as did Andy Oatesat 160 (9-12). Evan Mitchell split two matches in a 160-pound round robin competition.
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VALLEY WRESTLING REPORT: JANUARY 25, 2016

Focus on wrestling Jan. 20, 2016 (Journal-Sentinel Online)
>>Milwaukee AREA Team RANKINGS
>>INDIVIDUAL Milwaukee Area RANKINGS
>>NOTABLE
>>WRESTLER OF THE WEEK
>>TEAM OF THE WEEK
>>COMING UP (big events this week)

BEAVER DAM 67, WATERTOWN 6

Varsity Roundtable: Kaukauna wrestling
Drew Krepline and Tyler Lee of the two-time defending WIAA Division 1 state champion Kaukauna wrestling team will be our guests today at 7 p.m. on Varsity Roundtable, our weekly prep sports program!

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February 4, 2016 18:20
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