Prep Scoreboard – Thursday 9/22/22

Prep Scoreboard

Girls Volleyball

Randolph 3 Rio 0

Rio            12  13  12

Randolph  25  25  25

Randolph stats

Kills: Carizma Muth- 13, Rylea Alvin- 8, Jorey Buwalda- 6

Assists: Jorey Buwalda- 24

Aces: Josephine Spors- 3, Carizma Muth- 2

Blocks: Rylea Alvin- 4, Lauren Grieger- 2

Digs: Jorey Buwalda- 9, Brandi Fuller- 6

Rio Stats

Kills: Emily Loging 6

Aces: 3 with 1

Assists: Anna Benisch 7

Blocks: 3 with 1

Digs: Anna Benisch 4, Elise Meyer 4, Lexi Marble 4

“ We knew going in that Randolph was a great team and we had a tall task.  We stepped into the first set and had a great start, but got caught up with some of our mistakes and Randolph took advantage.  They have some heavy hitters and big blockers and we struggled with that some of the night. Emily Loging had some nice success against them attacking, and we were able to do somet good things with our serving.  It’s always a good chance to see where we stack up with the top teams and give us a place to continue working toward.”  Rio coach JC Madorin

Columbus 3 Wayland 0

-C: Mikenna Boettcher 25 assists

Watertown 3 DeForest 0

-W: Payton Roets 30 assists

Boys Soccer

Central Wisconsin Christian 3 Omro 0

Goals: Benn Mbah (Matthew Palmer), Matthew Palmer (Baylee Schaalma), Carter Slings (Baylee Schaalma).

Will Syens – 6 Saves

North Fondy Co-op 3 Wayland 1

After a scoreless first half, Brian Gonzalez-Rodriguez of United tallied the game’s first goal in the 48th minute. In the 56th minute, Wayland knotted the score with a goal from Ugur Can on a corner kick from Berat Nezirler.  Gonzalez-Rodriguez would score the decisive goal in the 72nd minute and Kellan Gill salted away the win with a goal in the 77th minute

Mayville 2 Laconia 2

Cross Country

The Wayland Cross Country competed at the River Run Invitational hosted by Horicon High School.  Personal bests from Drew Benson(17:21), Nelson Mitchell(17:34), Sam Porras(18:15), Jasper Roetter Gresback(20:06), Luca Roetter Gresback((20:16), and William Goodman(20:18), propelled the boys’ varsity team to a 4th place finish out of 20 teams.  On the girls’ side, Marie Jose Acon came within milliseconds of setting a new Wayland record with a personal best of 22:31. Her teammates Griyan Hughland(27:31), Vicky Ezeh(28:34), and Lilly Westergaard(29:33) also set personal records tonight.  The Big Red will back on the course next Tuesday, Sep. 27th.

Girls Tennis

No. 1 – Elizabeth Erdmann, KEWASKUM def. Giulia Silva, WAUPUN , 6-7 (86), 7-6 (5), 10-4 ;
No. 2 – Lauren Ford, KEWASKUM def. Ava Koerner, WAUPUN , 4-6 , 6-3 , 10-7 ;
No. 3 – Mackenzie Steiner, KEWASKUM def. Leah Buwalda, WAUPUN , 6-3 , 6-4 , -;
No. 4 – Liv Fitch, WAUPUN def. Zoe Heiser, KEWASKUM , 7-5 , 6-7 (5), 10-5 ;

No. 1 – Isabelle Thomas, KEWASKUM – Rowyn Wiedmeyer, KEWASKUM def. Miah Stelsel, WAUPUN – Clara Hummelmeier, WAUPUN , 7-6 (5), 3-6 , 10-8 ;
No. 2 – Kaitlyn Blank, KEWASKUM – Audrey Grensavitch, KEWASKUM def. Tehya VanLoo, WAUPUN – Hope Spruetels , WAUPUN , 6-3 , 6-1 , -;
No. 3 – Rylie Dwyer, KEWASKUM – Jade Johnson, KEWASKUM def. Ruth Brewer, WAUPUN – Nicole Roecker, WAUPUN , 7-6 (2), 6-1 , -;

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