December 3, 2019

WAUSAU– The Wausau East girls basketball team beat Green Bay East 64-49 on Tuesday to improve to 3-2 on the season.

The Lumberjacks were led by Elizabeth Boulanger, who scored 14 points. Abby Thompson added 13 points.

Wausau East Scoring: Abby Thompson 13, Gabby Braatz 10, Lily Messman 2, Hailey Koehler 3, Maddie Krueger  9, Elizabeth Boulanger 14, Elsie Ambord  9, Kit Kronberger  4 

Chippewa Falls 58, Everest 37

WESTON– The Evergreens tallied just 15 points in the first half of their non-conference tilt against Chippewa Falls on Tuesday as the Cardinals cruised to a 58-37 victory.

Everest got 15 points from Hanna Stuedemann and 10 points from Kiara Hammond.

Caelan Givens led Falls with 19 points.

Boys Basketball

Marathon 78, Newman 35

MARATHON– Jordan Koeller and Clarke Mouw led the Red Raiders to a big 78-35 victory over Newman.

Koeller led Marathon with 20 points and Mouw added 19.

The Red Raiders raced out to a 49-17 lead at halftime and never looked back.

Newman got 18 points from Charlie McCarty.  11 of McCarty’s points came subsequent to intermission.

Marathon Scoring: Koeller 20, Mouw 19, Kaldunski 2, Vande Boom 11, Baumann 3, Tradwicki 3, Hahn 6, Strasser 8, Hanke 2, Warren 4

Newman Scoring: Brenner 3, Prey 9, Pfiffner 2, Zeimetz 3, McCarty 18


Lakeland 4, East-Merrill United 2

WAUSAU – Seniors Jack Piskula and Jared Heller tallied goals but the Bluejacks were doubled up by the Thunderbirds in a nonconference matchup at Marathon Park.

Heller accounted for the lone goal of the opening period to stake East-Merrill United to an early lead.

Lakeland came out flying in the second period and struck for three unanswered goals to grab a 3-1 lead. Max Toijala paced the Thunderbirds’ attack with a pair of goals and an assist.

A power-play goal from Piskula at 4:03 of the final period brought the Bluejacks within a goals. Any hopes of a comeback ended when Toijala found the empty net with 53 seconds remaining to close out the scoring.

Freshmen Bluejacks goalie Jake Furrer stopped 30 shots while Lakeland goalie Collin Guelcher was credited with 15 saves.

East-Merrill United 1 0 1 – 2
Lakeland 0 3 1 – 4

First period: 1. EMU, Jared Heller (Blake Raddatz, Greg Glovinski), 2:48.

Second period: 2. L, Max Toijala 2:17; 3. L, Tyler Gillich (Tyler Godfrey) 7:10; 4. L, Victor Masayesva (Toijala) 12:22 (pp).

Third period: 5. EMU, Jack Piskula, 4:03 (pp); 6. L, Toijala, 16:07 (en).

Saves: East-Merrill United 30 (Jake Furrer)30; Lakeland 15 (Collin Guelcher) 15.

Records: East-Merrill United 1-1; Lakeland 2-1.


Everest Boys 10, Medford 1

DCE skip John Wilkerson
3rd Will Vraney
2nd Andrew Bethke
lead Kolby Piepenburg

Medford skip Dalton Casar
3rd Alex Wilson
2nd Tanner Cliver
lead Brett Lundy

Everest Girls 10, Medford 1

DCE skip McKenna Green
3rd Maisie Gelhar
2nd Lydia Check
lead Julia Zamzow

Medford skip Karina Herrada
3rd Karlee Westrich
2nd Lyza Brandner/ Jill Mahner
lead Sarah Dake/ Anya Apfelbeck

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