Tuesday, January 25th, 2022
Beaver Dam 9 Stoughton 1
-Hat tricks for Gavin Hearley and Evan Burchardt
Waupun 2 Fox Cities 2
-Waupun: Tyler Fromholz 48 saves
-Waupun goals: Quinn Baley, Mason Holz
Beaver Dam 52 Fort Atkinson 32
-Beavers outscore Fort 38-17 in 2nd half
-BD: Wilke 15, Salettel 8
-FA: Kohl 11, Marquart 11
Watertown 55 Stoughton 50
-W: Hinrichs 18, Demet 17
-S: Tangmann 17
Waupun 71 Winneconne 26
-Wa: A. Aalsma 26, Gopalan 13, Petersen 13
Randolph 74 Cambria-Friesland 23
-R: J. Buwalda 28, M. Moldenhauer 17, B. Baird 13
Rio 50 Princeton-Green Lake 44
-R: Emily Logging 19 pts, 14 rebs, Marble 12, 10 rebs, Staveness 12
Hustisford 48 Dodgeland 35
-H: Collien 14, Joeckle 12
-D: Knueppel 10
Pardeeville 52 Fall River 47
Lourdes Academy 51 Central Wisconsin Christian 31
-CWC: S. Buwalda 17
Mayville 85 North Fond du Lac 63
-M: Braeden Vollmer 32, Brad Buschke 26, Adison Mittelstadt 17
Lakeside Lutheran 69 Marshall 54
-M:Craig Ward 30
-LL: Lauber 19
Waterloo 65 Rio 44
Williams Boys 59 Horicon 48
Watertown Gymnastics coach Jenna Wendt gave us this update on the Goslings meet with Waunakee.
Watertown hosted Waunakee.
Vault : Round 1- We didn’t start as strong as we wanted to with our scores however Tricia and I were very happy with how everyone vaulted. Our hands were in the right place and we have been working on our landings. Lauryn Olson threw her new handspring full tonight and she did very well with it, we can’t wait to see how it continues to score in the next few weeks.
Bars: Round 2- We got a 30 as a team score on bars today so that was great but I know we can do so much more. Meghan Hurtgen got her second highest bar score of the season tonight. We are throwing a lot of new skills we are just trying to stay consistent and clean up our form.
Beam: Round 3- Unfortunately, we did not have a good beam day as a team. We are working on more full sets and staying on.
Floor: Round 4- We ended on our signature event with a team score of 35.6. We are super consistent and the girls love showing off their routines.
We have a few teammates battling injuries and coming back from being sick so we are just working on our endurance and getting back to where we were. We have some skills to bulk up and we can’t wait to keep showing off our routines. Varsity travels to Menomonee Falls Invite this weekend and we host another home dual on Tuesday.