Thursday, January 19th, 2023

Girls Basketball

Monona Grove 65 Beaver Dam 58 – OT

-BD: Wilke 22, Donaldson 19, Oetsreicher 12

-MG: inda 19, Tortorice 12, Justice 12, Smith 11

Watertown 54 Milton 31

-M: Kojo 10

-W: Hinrichs 17, Demet 16

Bellville 54 Waterloo 43

-W: B. Huebner 15, T. Blundell 10

-B: M. DeSmet 14

Oakfield 59 Central Wisconsin Christian 37

-CWC: Taylor Hoffman 9, Elise Ritzema 8

-O: K. Sabel 10

Fall River 55 Cambria-Friesland 32

-FR: O. Fietz 18, J. Richardson 12

-CF: J. Pulver 15

Lourdes 62 Dodgeland 29

-L: Slusarski 19

-D: Carpenter 15

Randolph 65 Montello 19

-R: J. Buwalda 19, M. Moldenhauer 13

Horicon 43 Hustisford 32

Markesan 52 Rio 42

New Glarus 75 Marshall 37

Lake Milles 67 Columbus 37

Boys Basketball
Mayville 69 Laconia 65

-M: Bushke 31, Mittelstadt 16

-L: Grade 24

Williams Bay 59 Dodgeland 39

-D: Cotter 15

Central Wisconsin Christian 64 Abundant Life 55

-CWC: Syens 22, Hoekstra 15, Schaalma 10

-AL: Loomans 14

Winnebago Lutheran 85 Lomira 80

Boys Hockey

Beaver Dam 5 Waunakee 3

-BD Goals: Evan Burchardt 3 Boston Damon 2

Waupun 9 Stoughton 0

-Abel Kooima collected the shutout

Girls Hockey

Metro-Lynx 9 Beaver Dam 0

-BD Saves: Emily Smedema 46


Markesan (MARK) 59.0 Lakeside Lutheran (LALU) 18.0

220: Ethan Rowe (MARK) over   (LALU) (For.) 285: Keagan Kurowski (MARK) over Corban Meyer (LALU) (Fall 5:13) 106: Brayden Luebke (LALU) over   (MARK) (For.) 113: Kayden Vannatta (MARK) over Caleb Studnicka (LALU) (Fall 3:31) 120: Caden Ruetten (MARK) over Owen Fleming (LALU) (Fall 1:45) 126: Zach Hallman (LALU) over   (MARK) (For.) 132: Memphis Castillo (MARK) over Dominic Garcia-Hix (LALU) (MD 16-4) 138: Chase Powell (MARK) over Gabe Weidner (LALU) (Fall 1:42) 145: Gavin Campnell (MARK) over James Monday (LALU) (Fall 0:38) 152: Ryan Schultz (LALU) over   (MARK) (For.) 160: Treston Eckstein (MARK) over Sam  Schmidt (LALU) (Dec 9-2) 170: Caleb Stoll (MARK) over Colten Schultz (LALU) (MD 12-2) 182: Jaden Walker (MARK) over Lincoln Coates (LALU) (Fall 1:12) 195: Noah Hanefeld (MARK) over Sabastian Murray (LALU) (Fall 1:07)

Markesan (MARK) 54.0 Horicon (HORI) 30.0

285: Keagan Kurowski (MARK) over   (HORI) (For.) 106: Rylan Erz (HORI) over   (MARK) (For.) 113: Kayden Vannatta (MARK) over Kylee Firari (HORI) (Fall 0:29) 120: Dominic Wenninger (HORI) over Caden Ruetten (MARK) (Fall 0:57) 126: Cylus Hetzel-Sawyer (HORI) over   (MARK) (For.) 132: Rocco Barzano (HORI) over Memphis Castillo (MARK) (Fall 0:39) 138: Chase Powell (MARK) over Seth Rohloff (HORI) (Fall 2:46) 145: Gavin Campnell (MARK) over Ethan Strieff (HORI) (Fall 1:05) 152: Quinton Bradley (HORI) over   (MARK) (For.) 160: Treston Eckstein (MARK) over   (HORI) (For.) 170: Caleb Stoll (MARK) over Ethan Fraze (HORI) (Fall 1:08) 182: Jaden Walker (MARK) over   (HORI) (For.) 195: Noah Hanefeld (MARK) over Brian Wagner (HORI) (Fall 0:34) 220: Ethan Rowe (MARK) over   (HORI) (For.)

Markesan (MARK) 60.0 Oakfield (OAKF) 6.0

195: Noah Hanefeld (MARK) over Brent Morell (OAKF) (Fall 0:36) 220: Lincoln Laabs (OAKF) over Ethan Rowe (MARK) (Fall 3:30) 285: Keagan Kurowski (MARK) over Ben Crile (OAKF) (Fall 1:13) 106: Double Forfeit 113: Kayden Vannatta (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 120: Caden Ruetten (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 126: Double Forfeit 132: Chase Powell (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 138: Memphis Castillo (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 145: Gavin Campnell (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 152: Double Forfeit 160: Treston Eckstein (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 170: Caleb Stoll (MARK) over   (OAKF) (For.) 182: Jaden Walker (MARK) over Noah Holzman (OAKF) (Fall 2:35)


“Started on bars and Tricia and I felt overall we were very clean tonight.  We did not have any stops or extra swings which was our goal.  Vault was good but our scores seemed a little lower for all our girls than we have been scoring all season. Petig had some nice flight, Wiedmeyer has been working on a stuck landing, and Dehnert has been working to consistency pull a full around.  Strohbusch had a nice handspring full tonight too.  JV had an awesome floor tonight they really have been working on their connections and pulling their jumps all the way around.  We ended on beam and we had 4/10 Stuck beam routines from girls tonight including Sophia Page, Aveline Jacob, Emily Bardenwerprer, and Mikayla Dehnert.  We have been working extremely hard to stay on and make our connections.   The girls have been sick and pushing through some injuries and this sport is such a hard one to do that with.  They are working on staying positive and motivated while polishing their routines so that we are ready for sectionals.  Watertown travels to Waunakee on Tuesday 1/24 for a conference dual. Personal best scores earned tonight: 

Sophia- floor,Claire- beam, Olesya- bars- tied from last year 

– Jenna Kirchoff, Watertown Gymnastics Coach