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Arrowood beats out Schedlbauer in youth league
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Chris Arrowood edged out Kyle Schedlbauer by a single pin to lead last week’s boys division of the Youth One bracket of the Antigo youth bowling league.

Arrowood scored a 651 triple by stringing together games of 257, 182 and 212. Schedlbauer scored a 246, a 236 and 168 to finish with a 650.

Rebecca Duchac put in another good performance for the girls to tally a 624 triple. She followed her best single, a 226, with a 204 and a 194. Zoe Orgeman led the single game race with a 231.

In the Youth Two division, Kathryn Kirsch led the girls with a 310 series. Her best game was a 108. Carson Kunze posted a 304 for the boys. It featured a 116 single.



Antigo Youth Bowling League

Jan. 23, 2015

Top Six Series

(*Signifies Division’s High Game)



Youth One Division

Girls — Rebecca Duchac, 624 (226); Allivia Zoern, 576 (206); Zoe Orgeman, 567 (231*); Theresa Webb, 535 (213); Kendra Rickert, 504 (186); Hailey Robinson, 490 (199).

Boys — Chris Arrowood, 651 (257*); Kyle Schedlbauer, 650 (246); James Gervais, 577 (210); Collin Schedlbauer, 570 (235); Jared McFarlane, 567 (217); Mike Zabrowski, 564 (2
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Victories come in many forms for Elcho Hornets boys basketball team
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The Elcho Hornets boys basketball team had its work cut out for itself on Tuesday evening, facing the Northern Lakes Conference’s No. 1 squad in Laona-Wabeno. Keeping pace with the Rebels the entire game, the Hornets accomplished morale-building victories despite a 53-47 loss.

“(We were) so close,” Coach Todd Dalle Ave said after Tuesday night’s narrow loss. “Laona-Wabeno is undefeated in the conference and we played them right to the wire. The boys fought hard the entire game. We just have to find a way to win close games. We are playing with too many turnovers.”

Elcho hung with the conference’s best throughout the entire game, trailing by a point 11-10 at the end of the first quarter. Max Muelver got on the board with six points, including two free throws, while Bradley Roberts added two inside baskets.

The Rebels took a slight advantage into halftime as they outscored the Hornets 15-12 in the second quarter. While Muelver added seven more points and Austin Henk was able to capitalize for three, a three-pointer for Laona-Wabeno’s high scorer Michael Gilpin and multiple free throws helped create separation.

After halftime, the Hornets outpaced the R
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Antigo boys hockey team gets 5-1 road win over Waupaca Comets
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A dominant second period powered the Antigo Red Robins hockey team to a 5-1 win over the Waupaca Comets on Tuesday night.

“(Comets goaltender) Walker Smith had a good first period, keeping Waupaca in it. We were getting good, first-shot looks, but we didn’t have much traffic in front and we weren’t able to pick up our rebounds. We made a couple adjustments in between periods and the team was able solve Smith in the second. It was good to see us take control,” Coach Matt Borneman noted.

Entering the Great Northern Conference matchup against Waupaca on a five-game win streak, the Robins (17-2-1, 10-0-0) had outscored teams 33-3 in that very stretch, scoring 6.6 goals per game on average with its high-octane offense.

As the scoreboard read 0-0 after the first period, the Robins came to life in the second. Alex Nagel scored the first of his two goals of the night at the 1:31 mark of the second, assisted by Adam Schmidt and the recently-dynamic Tyler Husnick.

With the Comets’ Zane Johnson called for a five-minute major boarding penalty just under two minutes into the period, defenseman Zack Levis scored on the Robin power play with help from Nagel and Hus
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Charger men fall to tough Iola-Scandinavia squad, 51-22
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Wittenberg-Birnamwood boys basketball team took one on the chin Tuesday evening, falling to Central Wisconsin Eight rival Iola-Scandinavia 51-22 in a game where the Chargers offense stalled from the beginning.

Coach Lon Ebel later said, “I thought we played a good first quarter, but we got outplayed and outcoached the rest of the way.  We played scared against Iola-Scandinavia’s pressure.  The officials allowed a very physical game and we backed down.”

Iola-Scandinavia (now 11-3, 6-2) took control of the game with 18 points in the second quarter followed by 19 in the third.

While both the Chargers and the Thunderbirds struggled to get started, Iola-Scandinavia took a slim 5-4 lead into the second quarter. As Witt-Birn was still unable to get its offense production going, the Chargers had just 11 points on the board by halftime.

At the end of the third quarter, the Chargers faced a 42-16 deficit. With Iola-Scandinavia’s bench players in by fourth, the Thunderbird voracious offense slowed towards the end.

Cory Fraaza finished 3-7 for a Witt-Birn-best six points. Teagon Lehman and Matty Donnelly added four points and three respectively.


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Bastle, Tatro lead Red Robin gymnasts in meet at Marshfield
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In the team’s third meet in five days, Antigo’s Emily Bastle and Tyler Tatro delivered top five finishes in the all around to lead the Red Robin gymnastics team in its on-the-road battle Thursday versus Marshfield.

The two schools compete in the large division of the Great Northern Conference with the dual meet victory being the first in league play for the Tigers. Antigo dropped to 1-3.

“We are pretty even with Marshfield and have been back and forth with them all year. Even though we did not come out on top, we showed improvement over the last couple of meets,” Coach Julie Langseth said.

The squad will host its own multi-team invitational on Saturday. Action begins at 10 a.m.

Antigo’s strength versus Marshfield came on the uneven parallel bars where as a whole the squad had five no-stop, no fall routines to tally a season high score (30.65) to win the event.

The Robins also posted a season best on vault (34.2) but were edged out by Marshfield on the rotation as well as on both the balance beam and floor exercise.

“Beam is improving and we need to work on consistency and no-fall routines,” Langseth said.

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