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Spencer wrestling team third at Oconto Team Tournament

first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterOCONTO — Dominick Wichlacz was a perfect 3-0 to win the 106-pound weight class and help the Spencer wrestling team to a third-place finish at the Oconto Team Tournament on Saturday.The tournament was a round-robin individual format.Spencer also had four individual second-place finishes. Daniel Wilke (145) and Hunter Luepke (182) each went 4-1, and Hunter Hildebrandt (160) and Zach Schneider (170) each were 3-1.The Rockets host Osseo-Fairchild/Altoona/Augusta in their Cloverbelt Conference dual meet opener on Thursday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)2014 Oconto Team TournamentTeam scores: 1. Tomahawk 360; 2. Oconto 328; 3. Spencer 259; 4. Shiocton 254; 5. Crandon 214; 6. Wabeno 161.Individual Results106: 1. Dominick Wichlacz (SP) 3-0; 2. Brenden Dorner (WAB) 2-1; 3. Austin Ratajccyk (OC) 1-2; 4. Tasha Carstensen (TOM) 0-3.113: 1. Sawyer Theobald (SH) 4-0; 2. Aiden Wusterbarth (OC) 3-1; 3. Bryce Shaw (SP) 2-2; 4. Tanner Moris (CR) 1-3; 5. Tanner Dorner (WAB) 0-4.120: 1. Ben Kalata (CR) 4-0; 2. Raymond Herb (SH) 3-1; 3. Caden Schillinger (SP) 2-2; 4. Brandon Moravec (WAB) 1-3; 5. Brady Anderson (TOM) 0-4.126: 1. Tyler Wusterbarth (OC) 4-0; 2. Blake Carsterson (TOM) 3-1; 3. Riley Skarda (OC) 2-2; 4. Melicia Sigala (CR) 1-3; 5. Levi Snorthum (SH) 0-4.132: 1. Elton Kelsey (OC) 2-0; 2. Sam VanStraten (SH) 1-1; 3. Cullen Wagener (TOM) 0-2.138: 1. Zac Higgins (CR) 5-0; 2. Chase Erdmann (TOM) 4-1; 3. Tim Bauer (SP) 3-2; 4. Peyton Boucher (OC) 1-4; 5. Brandon Phalen (WAB) 1-4; 6. Tristan Jarvey (OC) 1-4.145: 1. Bryan Ozak (OC) 5-0; 2. Daniel Wilke (SP) 4-1; 3. Keegan Jack (TOM) 3-2; 4. Trevor Young (SH) 2-3; 5. Riley Wagoner (CR) 1-4; 6. Austin Townsend (WAB) 0-5.152: 1. Austin Riehl (SH) 5-0; 2. Nacie Carlarco (WAB) 3-2; 3. Nate Flohr (TOM) 3-2; 4. Ben Giesler (OC) 2-3; 5. Nathan Neumann (SP) 2-3; 6. Ty Flannery (CR) 0-5.160: 1. Hunter Michalak (OC) 4-0; 2. Hunter Hildebrandt (SP) 3-1; 3. Dakota Tomek (TOM) 1-3; 4. Dylan Houts (WAB) 1-3; 5. John Doane (CR) 1-3.170: 1. Quinton Wallenfang (TOM) 4-0; 2. Zach Schneider (SP) 3-1; 3. Seth Reed (OC) 2-2; 4. John Houts (WAB) 1-3; 4. Trent Moder (SH) 0-5.182: 1. Slade Erdman (TOM) 4-1; 2. Hunter Luepke (SP) 4-1; 3. Mason Gromm (SH) 4-1; 4. Deven Groff (CR) 2-3; 5. KainVan Pay (OC) 1-4; 6. Riley Hoffmann (WAB) 0-5.195: 1. Kaleb Kaminski (TOM) 4-0; 2. Henry Fielding (SH) 3-1; 3. Isaiah Doane (CR) 2-2; 4. Tyler Voda (SP) 1-3; 5. Mason Camps (OC) 0-4.220: 1. Dane Borchardt (TOM) 4-0; 2. Kyle Merschdorf (WAB) 3-1; 3. Ben Gunderson (SH) 2-2; 4. Lucas Ruechel (OC) 1-3; 5. Jason Smith (CR) 0-4.285: 1. Jake Borchardt (TOM) 4-0; 2. Charlie Wilson (CR) 3-1; 3. Dustin Linney (OC) 2-2; 4. Alex Webb (WAB) 1-3; 5. Bobby Pfeiffer (CR) 0-4.last_img read more

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Stratford girls basketball beats Northland Lutheran for fourth-straight win

first_imgTigers open Marawood South schedule with 16-point victoryBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterKRONENWETTER — Savannah Schillinger made 9 of 11 free throws and scored 15 points to help the Stratford girls basketball team to its fourth-straight win, a 48-32 victory over Northland Lutheran on Friday night at Northland Lutheran High School.Macie Frueh added 14 points, six rebounds, and five assists, and Kaylee Hollatz and Andie Zuelke each had 10 rebounds for Stratford (4-0, 1-0 Marawood Conference South Division).Northland Lutheran is now 2-2 and 0-1 in the conference.Stratford ended up 21 of 36 at the free throw line, while the Wildcats made just six shots from the field and was 20 of 29 on free throws as the two teams combined for 50 fouls.Stratford plays at Wausau Newman Catholic on Tuesday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com)Tigers 48, Wildcats 32Stratford 21 27 – 48Northland Lutheran 11 21 – 32STRATFORD (48): Savannah Schillinger 3-12 9-11 15, Taya Nett 0-2 0-0 0, Sammy Griesbach 3-6 4-6 10, Macie Frueh 4-15 5-8 14, Chelsey Gliniecki 1-4 1-4 3, Anna Goldbach 0-0 0-0 0, Kaylee Hollatz 0-1 0-0 0, Andie Zuelke 2-6 2-7 6. FG: 13-46. FT: 21-36. 3-pointers: 1-11 (Frueh 1-7, Schillinger 0-4). Rebounds: 40 (Hollatz 10, Zuelke 10). Assists: 11 (Frueh 5). Fouls: 22. Fouled out: Frueh. Record: 4-0, 1-0 Marawood Conference South Division.NORTHLAND LUTHERAN (32): Beka Edelburg 2 6-10 10, Hannah Kloehn 0 4-4 4, Mesa Haag 0 0-0 0, Sidney Moore 0 0-0 0, Halley Engelbrecht 1 4-8 6, Erin Gast 1 2-2 4, Hailey Russ 0 0-0 0, Melissa Neumann 2 4-7 8. FG: 6. FT: 20-31. 3-pointers: none. Fouls: 28. Fouled out: Edelburg, Haag, Engelbrecht. Record: 2-2, 0-1 Marawood South.last_img read more

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Metro of the Month: Detroit

first_imgTo learn more about Detroit and other metro economies, please go to:Metro Economic Outlooks As Detroit continues its recovery from a high-profile bankruptcy, the city’s leaders have taken note of a number of positive trends, including steady job growth and increased real estate values.One of the busiest companies in the Detroit metro region – a six-county area that includes the Motor City – has been online lender Quicken Loans, which relocated its headquarters from Detroit’s suburbs to the downtown region in 2010. That move brought 1,800 jobs to the city, and several of Quicken Loans’ sister companies have moved into Detroit since then. All told, Quicken Loans and its sister companies employ about 8,000 people in downtown Detroit.The automotive industry’s rebound has generated much of the recent economic success in the region, and part of Detroit’s rebirth includes beautification efforts. A leader in that realm has been the nonprofit Greening of Detroit. As of early 2016, the organization has provided job training for 350 residents, and it hopes to ultimately certify more than 5,000 workers in urban agriculture, landscape construction and other occupations.Also of note is a workforce development initiative backed by financial interest JPMorgan Chase. The company’s philanthropic division will spend $100 million over a five-year period in Detroit as part of its “New Skills at Work” initiative. The work will include development of a master plan to train local residents in high-demand, middle-skill occupations and place them in jobs.last_img read more