News 8 Sports Round Up – February 11th, 2016

News 8 Sports Round Up – February 11th, 2016


Evening everyone – thanks for watching. Wrestling fans the wait is over….the postseason is finally here. Regional saturday this afternoon. Who will start off on the right foot in their quest…. ..to the Kohl Center mats? D-1 regionals this afternnon at Holmen. Start at 106. Tomah’s Dawson Lambert wins by fall. He takes home the whole thing. 4-0 decison in the finals. To 113. Exciting semis match. Holmen’s Rylee Rensberry takes down Cody Zimmerman in O-T. He though falls to Sparta’s Jon Bailey in the title match. 126. Back to the T-Wolves. Tommy Repka had himself an afternoon. He wins it all. 5-2 decison in the championship. And 132. Vikings Tanner Schultz. Big takedown. He’s your champ. Major decison 11-1 in the finals. Holmen is your Regional champs at 219.5. Other notable winners. Central’s Jaden Van Mannen and Connor Williams. Sparta’s Hayden CRANE Krein. And Luther’s Houston Dorn. Let’s head to West Salem. They host the D-2 regionals. To 120. West Salem/Bangor’s Dalton Schams. He wins by fall. Finishes second though to Viroqua’s Casey Leer. 126. West Salem/Bangor’s Aaron Bahr. Well he didn’t lose all day. He’s your champ. Wins by fall. for first place. And at 138. Viroqua’s Ryan Hannah also with a perfect afternoon. Wins by decison. One-nothing in the championship. He helps lead Viroqua to a team title. West Salem/Bangor second. Other notable winners. Future Badger Devin Bahr and Tyler the truck Hannah. Other D-2 Regional in Abbortsford-Colby. Mel-Min-G-E-T the champs. Julian Purney…Les Lakey…Jacob Summers…Landon Lockington…and Dakotah Daffinson. All with titles today. Some D-3 regional action. At Aquinas. Westby wins with a 230…Blugolds second. Riley Cade and Hunter Groom help lead the way for the Norse. Peter Riley and Jack Horihan win for Aquinas. Also in Durnad. Blair-Taylor finishes second. Josh Nitek and Reed Guenther help with that. Other winners include. C-F-C’s Tate Murty. And Indy-Gilmanton’s Josh Conrad. And finally D-3 in Royall. Brookwood takes home the crown, Ithaca-Weston second. Ben DeWitt for the Falcons wins 145. Ithaca-Weston’s Gavin Burch at 132. And Royall’s Noah Friedl continues his big year at 195. Big nine saturday hoops. Winona host Mankato East. To the second. Winona’s Terrell Hall up to Jake Reeck He finishes the basket. Winhawks leads 34-27 Later in the half Hall again dishing dimes. Finds Oscar Hedin Hits a floater short corner Lead is at five. Winona looking to put this one away. Reeck spots up from three. And he delivers. All Winhawks tonight. They go on to win by 14. Same matchup with the girls. Winhawks trying to keep pace with the top of the standings. First half Danneka Voegeli inside She finishes Winona up four early. Mankato though answers Shayla Karge goes coast to coast. Easy layin. Cuts the deficit to 2. This one stayed close first half. Eden Nibbelink gets the offensive board Puts it back up for the score. We’re now tied. No final though reported for this one tonight. Swimming and diving sectionals at Hudson. Ona-Holmen-Aquinas finish 5-th. Garret Wise qualifies for state in the 50 and 100 free. Colton Peterson in the 100 backstroke. Also, the 200-Medly relay. New school-record again 141.84. Well, U-W-L girls basketball had their chances against nationally-ranked Oshkosh. They look to bounce back… …against Eau Claire. Both teams six-and-five in the WIAC. First Quarter. Elise Denoyer finds Makenzie Miller. That’s good. One board shy of a double-double….13 and 9. Later in the quarter. Look at this ball movement. Just how you draw it up. Annie Schumacher for three. 14-10 Eagles. Big game for Alyssa Clemment. Little stop and pop from the short corner. She leads the way with 17. All U-W-L this afternnon. Their first season sweep of Eau Claire since the 1986-87 season. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx U-W-L men on the road today at Eau Claire. They fall 88-69. Other college action. Viterbo traveled to South Dakota against Presentation. Women lose by 5. Men win a close one 92-89. Ethan Haberman 32 points. Winona State men looking to end a 2-game skid at home. Mavericks start out up 6. Kyle Bauman didn’t like that. Short corner jumper falls Mankato State though up 6-2. Later in the half Riley Bambenek in his last home game. Gets the tough lay up to drop. Adds 28 in his finale. Then they try to close the gap later. Bauman sees Josh Mongan spotting up. That’s a three. Deficit is 4. This one back and forth the closing seconds. Warriors though fall by one.

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