Besides a double forfeit at 113 pounds, Marshall won all the weight classes from 106 to 138 by sub three-minute pins. It started with Ethan Parsons at the smallest weight class, needing 2 minutes and 45 seconds to dispatch Isaiah Terry, and then Kobe Grossman and Cai Resler needed nearly identical times, 1:36 and 1:34 respectively, to secure their pins as the Cardinals pulled ahead 30-0. “We were real aggressive. I wanted to get us staying in better position, and for the most part, did that.
The Jefferson prep boys basketball team was coming off a disappointing loss from Friday night against Brodhead. Milton used a strong second-half stretch to cut Monona Grove’s lead to 13 points before falling off late on Saturday. On Monday night, attendees wouldn’t have known the difference as the Eagles made 9 of 14 shots from deep in the opening half and built an insurmountable 28-point halftime lead en route to an 86-53 home, non-conference victory.
“We had a slow start getting the puck to the net in the first period, but played hard and at a fast pace,” Fury head coach Luke Steurer said. Cammi Gansher scored just over three minutes later, and then Anne Runde scored with under four minutes to play in the period. Henschler tallied the final goal of the frame just 27 seconds later. In total, Rock County put 15 shots on the net, forcing Middleton Metro’s Gwen Parker to make 11 of her 20 saves in those 17 minutes.
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Selecting a term
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