Division 3 at GIlman
Division 3 at Flambeau
Divsion 2 at Tomahawk
Chequamegon 7, Mellen 0
Chequamegon 14, Mellen 3
Brianna and Megan Mader tossed one- and two-hitters in a Chequamegon sweep of Mellen in a pair of games on Saturday.
Brianna Mader fanned eight to notch a 7-0 victory in game one and helped her own cause with a two-run double in the second inning.
Chequamegon rapped 10 hits in the game, including two each by Mader, Michelle Lobermeier, and Jamie Palecek.
Megan Mader also fanned eight in a 14-3 victory in game two.
Emily Ernest rapped three hits, including a double and an RBI triple. Abby Lee also had three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs. Ernest, Lee, and Makayla Casey scored three runs each.
Thursday, May 16th
Athens 5 Chequamegon 1
Chequamegon 5 Athens 3
Chequamegon Boys Clinch Marawood North Conference Title!!!!!!!
Chequamegon 4, Neillsville 1
Megan Mader tossed a 4-hitter and the 10th-ranked Chequamegon High School softball team rapped 10 hits in a 4-1 victory at 13th-ranked Neillsville on Thursday. Both teams are #1 seeds in their regionals and earned first-round byes in the WIAA tournament.
Michelle Lobermeier led off the first inning with a single and Danielle Masterson and Brianna Mader drilled RBI doubles in the frame to put the Screaming Eagles up 2-0.
Neillsville cut the deficit in half with an unearned run in the third.
Chequamegon answered back with a deuce in the fourth. Pinch-hitter Emily Ernest opened the inning with a single up the middle and stole second. She moved up on Hannah Gruber's single, and scored easily on a perfectly executed suicide squeeze by Emily Mader. Gruber then scored on an RBI single by Lobermeier.
Megan Mader needed just 69 pitches to notch the win, walking one and fanning one with some excellent glove work behind her.
Girls Tournament Softball:
Rib Lake 8 Prentice 6 (8 inn)
Mellen 20 Winter 9 (5 inn)
Cameron 6 Phillips 4
Hurley 10 Washburn/Bayfield 0 (5 inn)
Lakeland 10 Tomahawk 8
Chequamegon Golf Team WIns Marawood Conference Championship!!!!
1st Place - Dominic Koller
3rd Place - Pierce Pluemmer
Tuesday, May 14th
Athens 5, Chequamegon 2
The Chequamegon High School softball team settled for a share of the Marawood North Conference title, falling 5-2 to Athens on Tuesday at the Park Falls Athletic Complex.
The Screaming Eagles managed just three hits off of Kyncaide Diedrich, fanning 14 times.
Athens scored twice in the second inning after two were out and added two unearned runs in the fifth. The Blue Jays capped their scoring with an insurance run in the top of the seventh.
Morgan Hilgart scored both runs for Chequamegon, crossing the plate in the third and fifth innings.
Chequamegon 20 Rib Lake 10
WP - Jared Mader
Leading Hitters for Chequamegon:
Jared Mader 4 hits
Wyatt Juneau 4 hits
Will Lee 4 hits
Mitch Little 3 hits HR 3RBI
Hunter Bay 3 hits
Monday, May 13th
Conference Tradk Meet
@ Chequamegon Track
Click Here For Complete Results
Marawood Conference MVP Boys - Jordan Koski - Chequamegon
Marawood Conference Boys and Girls Coach of the Year - Mary Patterson
Phillips 3 Athens 0
Phillips 4 Athens 1
Chequamegon 4 Abbotsford 1
WP - Tristen Holman
Will Lee - 2 RBI
Chequamegon 19 Abbotsford 5
WP - Justin Herbst
Mitch Little and Wyatt Juneau each had 3 hits
Athens 12 Phillips 5
Athens 12 Phillips 6
Chequamegon 5, Prentice 1
Chequamegon 10, Prentice 2
The Chequamegon High School softball team swept a twin bill from Prentice on Monday evening to run its record to 8-1 in Marawood North Conference play and to 13-2 overall.
The Screaming Eagles played errorless defense to back the 3- and 2-hit pitching in Brianna Mader and Megan Mader.
Brianna Mader notched the win in the 5-1 victory in the opener.
Chequamegon managed just three hits off of Brianna Dunbar, but Megan Mader's two-run double in the first inning was enough to provide the margin of victory. Chequamegon added two runs in the second inning and one in the third.
Megan Mader notched the win in game two. Jamie Palecek, Brianna Mader, and Megan Mader had two hits each for the Screaming Eagles.
Saturday, May 11th
Chequamegon 15 Hurley 1
Wyatt Juneau 4 for 4
Sam Lehman 3 for 4 and 4 RBI
Justin Herbst 2 hits 2 RBI
Jordan Armstrong 2 for 4 2 RBI
(cominbed 1 hitter)
Justin Herbst 2ip, 3K's
Luke Minnema 2ip, 3K's
Hunter Bay 1ip, 2K's
Chequamegon 9 Phillips 3
Philips 10 Chequamegon 9
Chequamegon 8 Phillips 5
Chequamegon 12 Phillips 5
Butternut was scheduled for a DH at Bayfield on Thursday, but once again field conditions moved the game to Butternut. The teams battled through cold, wet, windy conditions as Bayfield came out on top 14-9, with the second game cancelled due to weather.
Ryan Prellwitz and Kevin Leask both battled control with the cold conditions. “The both struggled in the conditions, but gutted it out for their teams, each pitching the complete game.”
“We didn’t play as well as we had earlier in the week. Given the conditions, the number of games this week, and the way we lost 2 tough games earlier in the week, a let down was probably coming.”
Riley Christian and Ryan Prellwitz each had 2 hits for the Midgets. Now 0-7, they are off until Monday when they travel to Hurley for another DH.
Tuesday, May 7th
PHillips 6 Prentice 4
Chequamegon 7 Rib Lake 2
Rib Lake 3 Chequamegon 0
Drummond 8 Butternut 7
Drummond 11 Butternut 3
The Butternut Midgets were at home for a 2nd straight night of DH action, hosting Ironwood last night. Ironwood got on the board early with 2 runs in the first, but Gabe Miesbauer’s 3 run HR in the bottom half put the Midgets in front. A back and forth game had the game tied in the bottom of the 4th when Steven Scherwinski delivered a 2 out 2 run double to put the Midgets ahead. But for the second straight night, a late rally proved costly as Ironwood scored 3 times in the 5th to win 8-7. Gabe Miesbauer went the distance in the loss.
“This one was really tough. Last night we knew how close we were to sneaking one from Drummond. Tonight we know it was a game we could have, should have won. A few little things are getting us. It’s good to be in these ball games now, against quality teams. We just have to get that first one for some confidence. We are doing a lot of things right, just not quite enough for the win.”
In the 2nd game, a 7 run 3rd inning by Ironwood had them cruise to an 11-3 win. Sam Miesbauer took the loss.
Tuesday, May 7th
Phillips 12 Prentice 0
Phillips 12 Prentice 1
Chequamegon 13, Rib Lake 1
Chequamegon 15, Rib Lake 4
The Chequamegon High School softball team swept a Marawood North Conference twin bill at Rib Lake on Tuesday to move to 5-0 in conference play and to 10-1 overall.
Brianna Mader tossed a three-hitter with no walks and five strikeouts in a 13-1 victory to open the night. The Screaming Eagles broke the game open with an eight-run fourth inning after nursing a 2-0 lead into that frame. Kristen Pechacek had a two-run double in the fourth followed by a run-scoring double by Brianna Mader. Pechacek had three hits and Michelle Lobermeier and Jamie Palecek had two hits each.
Morgan Hilgart's three-run double sparked a nine-run third for the Screaming Eagles in the nightcap. PMader notched the win in the circle, allowing five hits, with one walk and two strikeouts, and helped her own cause with two RBI.
Palecek and Lobermeier had two hits each. Palecek went 4-for-4 in the twin bill and Lobermeier was 4-for-6 with five runs scored.
Monday, May 6th
Hayward 9 Chequamegon 3
Will Lee and Jared Mader - 2 hits each
Monday, May 6th
Chequamegon 5, Abbotsford 4
Chequamegon 10, Abbotsford 4
The Chequamegon High School softball team swept a twin bill at Abbotsford on Monday to move to 3-0 in Marawood North Conference play and to 8-1 overall.
Slated for two five-inning games, the 12th-ranked Screaming Eagles broke a 2-2 tie with three runs in the top of the seventh on a double by Danielle Masterson, and RBI single by Kristen Pechacek, an RBI ground out by Megan Mader and an RBI single by Hannah Gruber. Abby plated two in the bottom of the seventh before Chequamegon recorded the final out.
Masterson went 3-for-3 for Chequamegon and Gruber and Michelle Lobermeier had two hits each.
Megan Mader went the distance for the five-hit victory, fanning three and walking none.
Playing as the home team in the nightcap, the Screaming Eagles trailed 3-1 and were hitless entering the bottom of the fourth when an error opened the door to a nine-run inning. Megan Mader's RBI single closed the gap and Gruber plated the tying run with an RBI grounder. Jamie Palacek's single drove in the go-ahead run and Morgan Hilgart followed with a double. After an error and a walk, Masterson drilled a three-run homer over the centerfield fence and singles by Kristen Pechacek and Brianna Mader capped the outburst.
Brianna Mader allowed three hits and four walks, and fanned four for the victory in the circle.
Monday, May 6th
The Butternut Midgets finally opened their home season last night in a DH with Drummond, the games moved to Butternut due to field conditions. The Midgets dropped a heartbreaker in the first game, 3-2 in extra innings. Drummond scored once in their final at bat to tie the game, then in extra innings, following an intentional walk to load the bases, Andrew McKinney delivered a single to left for the game winner. Ryan Prellwitz went the distance for the loss.
“Ryan pitched great. We played solid defense behind him and put the ball in play. Drummond plays good defense and has bats up and down the line up. We played good, it’s a tough loss.” – Coach Scherwinski
The night cap did not go as well. A suicide squeeze in the 1st left Drummond up early 2-0 after one. A grand slam by Ryan Shick in the 2nd inning blew the game open as Drummond then cruised to a 19-3 win. Steven Scherwinski took the loss.
“Steven threw hard, threw strikes. I think we were emotionally flat after the first game. We did not play the solid defense behind him we need to, especially against a good hitting team like Drummond. Overall, we showed some things that we can build on.”
Girls Softball 4/26 and 4/27
Jamie Palecek launched two home runs and drove in five to spark the Chequamegon High School softball team to an 8-0 victory at Spencer on Saturday, and the Screaming Eagles rapped 11 hits in a 10-3 victory in game two for a doubleheader sweep.
Game one was scoreless through four innings before a two-run homer to left off Palecek's bats. Palecek capped a four-run seventh inning with a three-run dinger.
Danielle Masterson had three hits and drove in a pair of runs, and Michelle Lobermeier and Brianna Mader had two hits each.
Brianna Mader checked Spencer on six hits, walking none and striking out six, for a complete-game victory.
Chequamegon jumped to a 7-1 lead after two innings in game two. Megan Mader had a complete-game five-hitter, walking three and striking out four.
Megan Mader went 4-for-4 with a double and Brianna Mader had a two-run single to cap a four-run second inning. Morgan Hilgart had a two-hit night.
Chequamegon split a twin bill at Medford on Friday night, winning 14-2 and losing 6-2 in the five-inning nightcap which was shortened by darkness.
Megan Mader notched the win in game one, fanning nine in six innings with Brianna Mader finishing up.
A two-run single by Palecek capped a five-run first inning. Masterson had two hits and scored three runs for Chequamegon.
Game two saw Medford tally four times in the third and twice in the fourth. Chequamegon had solo runs in the second and third frames, managing just three hits.
Chequamegon 15, @ Athens 8
The Chequamegon High School softball team opened its 2013 season on the road Thursday with a 15-8 victory over 20th-ranked Athens.
Trailing 5-3 after four innings, the Screaming Eagles took charge with an eight-run fifth. A single by Jamie Palecek knotted it at 5-5 and Morgan Hilgart's base hit put Chequamegon back in front.
Danielle Masterson laced a two-run double later in the frame and Brianna Mader capped the inning with an RBI double. Brianna Mader had a run-scoring single earlier in the frame and finished the night with three hits and three runs batted in.
Emily Mader was 3-for-4 with a walk, and drove in four runs, capping her night with a two-run double in a four-run sixth inning.
Masterson had two hits and drove in three runs.
Coach Ken Dischler said the Screaming Eagles showed great plate discipline, drawing 16 walks on the night while striking out just three times against three Blue Jays' pitchers.
Brianna Mader earned the victory, working 4-1/3 innings in relief of Megan Mader. Combined, the allowed 12 hits, walked five, and struck out six.
4/6 and 4/7/13
National Powerlifting Competition
(as reported by coach Jeff Schillinger)
14 of the powerlifters traveled to Denver, Co to lift in the USAPL High School National Poerlifting Meet this last weekend and did extremely well. We brought home 4 National Champs of the 14 and 3 of those National Champs were also in the placings for the Champion of Champions (Best Lifters of the Meet).
Results were as follows:
Kate Svoboda - Missed 3 deadlifts and didn't place
AcacIa Angelo - 3rd Place
Shelby Reukauf - 2nd Place
Emily Fuhr - 4th Place
Emily Kopecky - 1st Place/National Champion - 3rd Champion of Champions
Sawyer Haubert - 1st Place/National Champion - 1st Champion of Champions
Giulia Mondin - 4th Place
Cassy Freeman - 2nd Place
Morgan Schillinger - 1st Place/National Champion - 3rd Champion of Champions
Tyler Schilling - 1st Place/National Champion
Jared Dubois - 7th Place
Jaegar Haubert - missed 3 squats and didn't place
Joe Hernandez (Park Falls lifter who lifts with us on our team) - 5th Place
Nick Skomaroske - missed 3 squats and didn't place
Cassy Freeman and Sawyer Haubert have made the Sub Junior World Bench Team that will travel to Kaunas, Lithuania to compete with the rest of the USA Bench Team on May 16th thru the 23rd.
Morgan Schillinger and Tyler Schilling are waiting for a month or so to find out if they will make the 3 lift Sub Junior World Team that will be in the US this year in Killeen, Tx. Both are the front runners, but have to wait for one more qualifying meet to find out if they make the team.
The powerlifting team and it's coaching staff would like to thank all the teachers and staff for everything you do for us in helping us be who we are and what we do. Thanks !!!!!!
Thursday, April 4th
Tomahawk Indoor Invitational
1st) Chequamegon 88
2nd) Tomahawk 81.50
3rd) Stratford 39.50
4th) Spender 23
1st) Chequamegon 103
3rd) Stratford 30.50
4th) Spencer 9
Thursday, March 28th
Lakeland Indoor Invite
2nd) Lakeland 158
3rd) Rhinelander 69
4th) Drummond 37
5th) Phillips 36
6th) Ironwood 29.5
7th) Lakeland JV 15.5
2nd) Chequamegon 151.50
2nd) Lakeland 142
3rd) Rhinelander 113
4th) Ironwood 54
5th) Drummond 39
6th) Phillips 18
7th) Lakeland JV 5
Thursday, March 14th
@ Eagle River Indoor Invitational
2nd) Northland Pines
1st) Chequamegon 168.5
2nd) Ashland 164
3rd) Northland Pines 144.5
4th) Rib Lake 47
5th) Mercer 17
6th) Menomonie Indian School 16
7th) Prentice 14
8th) Three Lakes 13
4x800 Relay - Chequamegon - 1st Place - Jordan Koski, Cade Strehlow, Sam Belanger, Isaac Weik
55m Dash - Shane wakefield - Chequamegon - 2nd place
1600m Run - Jordan Koski - Chequamegon - 2nd
4x200m relay - Chequamegon - 1st Place - Collin Strehlow, Victor Vuchetich, Matthew Stueber, Shane Wakefield
400m Dash - Cade Strehlow - Chequamegon - 2nd place
200m Dash - Shane Wakefield - Chequamegon - 1st Place
3200m Run - Jordan Koski - Chequamegon - 1st place
Kevin Koski - Chequamegon - 2nd place
4x400m Relay - Chequamegon - 2nd Place - Matthew Stueber, Isaac Weik, Cade Strehlow, Chanse Peth
Boys High Jump - Matthew Stueber - Chequamegon - 1st Place
Troy Komarek - Prentice - 2nd Place
Boys Pole Vault - Dakota England - Mercer - 1st Place
Tanner Byholm - Chequamegon - 2nd Place
Hunter Pritzl - Chequamegon - 3rd Place
Triple Jump - Joshua Hawn - Chequamegon - 3rd Place
Shot Put - Joe Myers - Chequamegon - 2nd Place
State Powerlifting Meet
Kate Svoboda - 105lb class - 4th place
Cassy Freeman - 114bl class - 2nd place
Morgan Schillinger - 123lb class - 1st Place - State Champion
Jaegar Haubert - 148lb class - 5th place
Joe Hernandez - 220lb class - 4th place
Sawyer Haubert - 148 lb class - 3rd place
Levi Parr - 181lb class - 2nd place
Tyler Schilling - 123lb class - 1st Place - State Champion
Nick Skmoaroske - 275lb class - 1st Place - State Champion
For the 2nd year in a row, Phillips win the Division 3 State Team Championship!
Friday, March 1st
Girls Tournament Basketball
Thorp 52 Prentice 45 (final)
Thursday, Feb. 28th
Boys Tournament Basketball
Clayton 45 Prentice 33
Tuesday, Feb. 26th
Girls Tournament Basketball
Ashland 48 Sparta 46
Rhinelander 39 Lakeland 38
Spooner 29 St. Croix Falls 27
Flambeau 54 Cadott 51
Athens 72 Phillips 47
Hurley 48 Chequamegon 38
Mellen 92 Mercer 35
Drummond 53 Frederic 37
Winter 57 Bayfield 44
Prentice 56 Bruce 24
Owen-Withee 70 Rib Lake 17
Saturday, Feb. 23rd
Prentice 61 Chippewa Falls McDonnell 53
Clayton32 Thorp 16
Luck 55 Washburn 46
Drummond 52 Solon Springs 32
Hurley 79 Abbotsford 54
Auburndale 51 Marathon 46
Somerset 52 Hayward 37
Rhinelander 44 Medford 34
Friday, Feb. 22nd
Prentice 54 Turtle Lake 48
Drummond 48 Siren 35
Solon Spring 47 Frederic 41
Hurley 70 Colby 54
Abbotsford 47 Athens 42
Hayward 33 Northwestern 30
Somerset 68 Spooner 40
Rhinelander 46 Merrill 35
Lakeland 56 Medford 52
Thorp 52 Rib Lake 37
Thursday, Feb. 21st
Antigo 38 Lakeland 35
Ashland 37 Minong, Northwoods 33
Auburndale 50 Prentice 42
Flambeau 48 Lake Holcombe 35
Hayward 61 Maple, NW 27
Hurley 37 Washburn 35
Mercer 40 Butternut 28
Northland Pines 47 Mosinee 37
Tuesday, Feb. 19th
Boys Tournament Hockey
Eau Claire Memoiral 9 TEAM S.E.A.L. 3
Stevens Point 5 Northland Pines 1
Boys Tournament Basketball
Athens 64 Chequamegon 44
Colby 65 Phillips 51
Drummond 76 Lac Court Oreilles 16
Siren 62 Mellen 33
Frederic 58 South Shore 28
Solon Springs 65 Winter 35
Washburn 70 Butternut 43
Shell Lake 56 Birchwood 42
Northwoods 75 Bayfield 54
Luck 65 Mercer 30
Stratford 70 Edgar 47
Spooner 45 Ladysmith 36
South Shore 61 Chequamegon 41
DC Everest 59 Lakeland 31
Rib Lake 51 Butternut 27
Monday, Feb. 18th
Hayward 40 Superior 38
Hurley 60 Maple, NW 50
Northland Pines 54 Three Lakes 25
Shell Lake 50 Spooner 38
Winter 46 Turtle Lake 40
Friday, Feb. 15th
Antigo 45, Medford Area 29