Prep Scoreboard – Saturday 12/3/22

Saturday, December 3rd, 2022

Girls Basketball

Watertown 65 Portage 19

-W: Drew Hinricks 14, Addi Maas 12, Alyx Johnson 12, Ellie Demet 19

Lake Mills 61 Randolph 55

-R: Jorey Buwalda 26, Mya Moldenhauer 13

Wayland Academy 46 Horicon 39

-W: McGuinness 18, Murilo 13 Acon 13,

Boys Basketball

Columbus 66 Platteville 36

-Cbus: AJ Uttech 18, Jaymeson Sullivan 16, Nathan Cotter 13, Nolan Stauffacher 10

Pecatonica 52 Rio 34

Luther Prep 41 Marshall 33

-M: K Miggins 19

-LP: Vasold 20

Wrestling

Beaver Dam Wrestling was at East Troy Duals: The wrestling team finished 4-1 on the day with wins over Clinton (65-12), Union Grove (57-18), Baraboo (48-34), and Kenosha Indian Trail (59-21). Their lone loss came at the hands of Lodi (50-14).

“Horicon traveled to Watertown for the Tom McGarvie Earlybird Scramble. The young team had an encouraging showing, while only having 8 contestants. The Marshmen came home with some hardware. Highlighted by Junior Kylee Firari winning the 114 girls division, other notable place finishers were Senior Alex Krumholz who took 4th at 152, Sophomore Bruce Twardokus placing 5th at 113, and Sophomore Dominic Wenninger placing 8th at 120. The Marshmen are back in action next Saturday, December 10th, as they host their annual H-Town Throw Down in Horicon. All results are on TrackWrestling.” Horicon Coach Joe Kern

“Waupun went 2-2 at the Seymour Duals on Saturday. We lost to Seymour 48-36 and lost to Bonduel 42-38. We beat Lena 54-24 and beat Peshtigo 50-30. Miles Sherden, Anthony Nighbor, and Easton Hull went 4-0” – Waupun Coach Brady Huenink

Boys Hockey

Waupun 6 Northland Pines 1

Gymnastics

The Waupun Warrior gymnastics teams kicked off the 2022-2023 season with a pair of 4th place finishes at the Sun Prairie Invite Saturday.  The Warriors were led by Sophomore Abby Roecker, who finished 1st on Beam (9.35), 4th on Bars (8.15), 7th on Vault (8.4), 8th on Floor (8.65), and 4th All Around (34.55).  Senior Nicole Roecker also turned in a solid beam routine for 5th place (8.675).   Exchange student Lea Johannmeier also contributed valuable performances and placed 9th All Around (30.45), while freshman Michielah Borchardt made her Varsity All Around debut, highlighted by an 8.4 on Floor.

“Today went about as expected – the girls have really stepped up in practice the last few days, and were excited to get the competition part of the season going. The first few meets are always a bit rough around the edges, but they fought through, stayed positive, and turned in some really good performances. Almost half the team is new this year (3 freshman and 2 exchange students), with 6 returning members, so there’s a bit of a learning curve yet, but they all did great for the first meet. Coach Nicole and I are very proud of all the girls, it’s been a fun season so far with them and we’re looking forward to the rest and seeing what they’re capable of.” – Coach Emily Engelhardt said

The Warriors head into a busy week, traveling to West Allis for a Conference Dual on Wednesday and separate JV / V invites Friday & Saturday. 

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