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Holland posted scores over nine in each of the four events, finishing first in The Marshfield High School gymnastics team won the Snowflake Invitational on . for the WIAA State Gymnastics Championships, which will be at Wisconsin .. November · October · September · August · July The La Crescent High School gymnastics team earned its highest team score of the By Ryan Henry / Houston County News; Feb 23, ; 0 team to qualify for the Class A state meet at the University of Minnesota. Partner: jingle-bells.info Overall, the Lancers scores all surpassed 8, which is a good day on. Girls Gymnastics · Girls Soccer · Girls Softball · Girls Swimming · Girls Tennis · Girls Hartfords Dual Meet Record: Hartford won the opening Wisconsin Little Ten meeting against West Bend . Congratulations to Beau Breske who took first in the WIAA State Championship! Return to Top. Schedule & Results.
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Gymnastics UW-W came in knocking on the door. After finishing second in the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association championship inand third in andthe edition of the Warhawks were locked in. UW-W opened the season with a quadrangular win in Saint Paul, then reeled off five consecutive dual meet wins. Allyse Dieringer won the balance beam title, Katie Thompson finished second on the uneven bars and third in the all-around, and Cici Talcott tied for third in the vault -- but UW-W, the two-time defending champions, finished second to defending national champion UW-La Crosse.
UW-W led after three rounds of the meet, and in nail-biting fashion tied host The College at Brockport in the final standings, giving UW-Whitewater its first national gymnastics championship. One night later Dieringer captured the uneven bars title, the fifth individual title in school history. Thompson added first team All-America honors by finishing second to Dieringer, and again with a fifth place in the vault, giving her the distinction three times in the championship.
Young and Siri Wischmann also earned first team All-America recognition by tying for second on the balance beam. After progressing from third in to second in to sharing the title in -- Whitewater won the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association NCGA championship outright inand they did it in their gym in front of their fans. Cici Talcott won the uneven bars crown, the sixth individual national champion in school history.
Katie Thompson finished second in the all-around competition and concluded her career with twelve All-American honors, the most ever for a Warhawk gymnast. The edition of the Warhawks set school team records in five areas team total, vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor exerciseincluding three of the top four team scores in school history.
Football After a season that didn't live up to the expectations of what so many UW-Whitewater football fans have come to expect, the Warhawks set out to win another national championship inand that they did in a rout of perpetual Stagg Bowl attendee Mount Union. The title was UW-W's fourth in the last five years and fifth in the last seven. The Warhawks were aided by an MVP performance from junior quarterback Matt Behrendt who went for for yards and four touchdown tosses, two to Jake Kumerow and the other two to Tyler Huber.
Behrendt threw three of the TD strikes in the first half to open up a lead heading into halftime. Jordan Ratliffe scored the first of his two rushing touchdowns in the third quarter to extend the Warhawk lead to and shortly after Eric Kindler added a field goal to make it The fourth quarter is when the Warhawks made their final statement, scoring three different ways and shutting out the Purple Raiders the rest of the way. The Warhawk defense, the best in Division III, forced four turnovers in the game and kept the Gagliardi award winner, quarterback Kevin Burke of Mount Union, out of the end zone, via the air, for sixty minutes.
Basketball This one will go down in Warhawk athletic, not just men's basketball, lore. Young added a free throw for the final, UW-Whitewater became the first Division III school to win national championships in basketball women's or men's and football in the same year with the Stagg Bowl trophy in December and the men's basketball title in March That feat has only been duplicated by the University of Florida in and by the University of Tennessee, with football and women's basketball in The Vikings lead the overall series: Hartford leads the Hwy 60 Series with the Owls: With the dual tied at 17, Matt Schmirler notched a fall to begin 33 point landslide to overwhelm the Indians as the Orioles won the last seven matches.
Hartford leads the series with Mukwonago: Hartford crowned five champions, highlighted by freshman Nick Becker's win over Cooney's 2x champion and state ranked Zach Mommaerts. Third place finishers were: Matt Schmirler finished 4th. Hartford qualified all 14 wrestlers. The Orioles qualified for State from and returned to the team final as their championship run continued.
Tyler Dippel finished second to qualify as well. Senior Danny Allen was one match away from placing.
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Becker once again defeated WLT rival Zach Mommaerts on his way to the highest place of any conference wrestler. Cross for materials needed to print the Honor Roll. Coaches and media would send 10 SASE so that results could be sent out once a week. After a wrestling controversy arose over the season ranking of wrestlers prior to the WIAA wrestling meet the WIAA stopped its support of ranking in track and field and wrestling.
Loren Seagrave edited the girls honor roll from to while he was an assistant track coach at UW-Madison.
Those honor rolls were published through an organization titled the Wisconsin Athletic Congress. In those days computers were not the craze, so Loren compiled the lists on a memory typewriter that used cassette tapes to record the data. Prior to Jack Rauwerdink who was a student at Oostburg high school began helping Mr. Cross with organizing the honor roll.
After completing college Jack returned to Oostburg and became the track coach. He compiled the girls honor roll from through and the boys honor roll from until Mark Rongstad began compiling the lists for the boys honor roll in Also in the late 80's and Dick Basham [Milwaukee Marquette] and Erik Pankow [Milwaukee Lutheran] compiled a boys and girls honor roll for the private schools.
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Dave Lehmann and Dave Figi compiled both private and public school performances on the Girls Honor Roll beginning in Coach Rauwerdink accepted phone calls and faxes up to 9: However, by that time, the majority of the results were in.
Luckily the coach [ who will remain nameless ] who used to phone results to Bill Cross at Jack spent probably close to hours on the computer each Saturday and Sunday. Then he would make final adjustments to that week's honor roll, print it up, and fax it out to 6 different newspapers. If everything was working well, he could get done by about Then he would bring the Honor Roll to school Monday morning, have it copied, and stuff envelopes during his lunch time.
Jack mailed out between honor rolls each week. A fax machine, telephone, typewriter, word processor, and Macintosh computer were tools that Coach Rauwerdink used to produce the Honor Roll Mark Rongstad ran track in high school he won the WIAA Class B state low hurdles title in while at Ladysmith HS and was always very interested in the statistical side of track.
As a high school student, Mark anxiously waited each week for the new track honor roll to be published. When Mark's oldest daughter Lindsey began competing in track at Eau Claire North high school he began helping submit results to the honor rolls. When Jack Rauwerdink put out a notice that he was no longer going to publish the boys honor roll Mark decided to jump in as it combined his love of track and the Internet In Dave Lehmann talked to Jack Rauwerdink at a track-coaching clinic and offered to help with the Girls Honor Roll.
Inspired by former Madison West track coach Don Loker who wrote computer programs in the 's that organized data for athletic events both Parker High School staff members wrote programs in Apple Basic that organized and scored gymnastic and track meets.
Dave Figi submitted results to the Janesville Gazette that featured a 'local area honor roll. The two newcomers to compiling the Honor Roll had no results to report. At that instant Lehmann and Figi realized what they had gotten into. After a one week delay and help from many coaches around the state the Girls Honor Roll was again up and running.