Sports Shorts: Jan. 21

Jan. 21, 2013


Reed Timmer poured in 37 points, hitting a trio of 3-point field goals and 14 of 15 from the free throw line, to lead the Lions to a 78-73 triumph over Shorewood on Friday night.

Eisenhower fell behind 21-12 after one quarter but chipped away and trailed only by six at 39-33 at halftime. The Lions then tied it at 50 after three periods and outscored the Greyhounds 28-23 in the final quarter to win.

Free throws helped not just Timmer, but the entire squad, as the Lions went 25 of 31 from the line for the game.

Sandro Pesquiera added 14 points, Mitch Arman 11 and Corbin Messman seven as Eisenhower improved to 9-2 in the Woodland Conference West Division, still tied with Pewaukee for the lead.

The Lions (13-3 overall) visit St. Francis at 7:30 p.m. Friday, then welcome Greendale at 7:30 Feb. 1.


Emilio Gutierrez finished second at 220 pounds for the combined team in the Homestead Invitational on Friday evening.

Gutierrez, who improved to 25-6, went 4-1 on the day. He took a first-round bye, then posted a pin and two decisions before being pinned in 1 minute, 44 seconds in the final match against Alex Marshall of Grafton (29-1).

Alex Rodriguez (24-6) claimed third place at 195 pounds. He won with two pins and a decision, then lost a decision in the semifinal and came back to take an 8-4 decision over Matt Braatz of Greenfield in the third-place match.

Snaring fourths were Kevin Thiessenhusen (21-9) at 170 pounds with a 3-2 mark and Ben Clark (16-6) at heavyweight, also at 3-2.

Zac Nordstrom (21-13) came in fifth at 132 pounds and Bailey Rountree (16-5) captured sixth place at 182. Taking eighth were DJ Heinrich at 120 and Tony Talatzko at 182.

Jarod Clark was 10th at 113, Spencer Stanfield 12th at 195, Nick Buban 12th at 160, Brian Schafer 13th at 126, John McArthur 13th at 170 and Quinn Thompson 15th at 152.

New Berlin tallied 212 1/2 points for 11th place.


Austin Quartullo and Connor Price both posted 5-0 marks to lead the Warriors in the Zelinski Duals at Whitnall High School on Saturday.

Quartullo competed at 120 and 126 pounds and collected two pins and a major decision. Price went 5-0 at 152 pounds with four pins, including two within one minute, and a major decision.

Ryan Borton went 4-1 at 160 pounds with two pins and a pair of major decisions. Going 3-2 were Jack Sarnowski at 106, Vinny Nazario at 113, Cameron Rygiewicz at 132, Riley Wikel at 138 and Brady McFarland at 145.

Muskego lost its first dual to Pewaukee, 48-19, but then swept through the consolation bracket to take ninth place overall. The Warriors followed with victories of 42-32 over Green Bay Preble, 42-16 over Fond du Lac, 41-35 over Germantown and 37-26 over Whitnall.

They also routed Waukesha West, 59-9, in a Classic 8 Conference dual on Jan. 15. Winners were Marty Alivo at 220 (6-2), Sarnowski (forfeit), Nazario (forfeit), Derek Wieting at 120 (forfeit), Quartullo (forfeit), Rygiewicz (15-6), McFarland (11-8), Price (15-4), Borton (pin in 4 minutes, 59 seconds), Ryan Honerlaw at 170 (9-4), Josh Nowak at 182 (pin in 3:22) and Jim Miller at 195 (pin in 27 seconds).

The Warriors were also scheduled to meet Kettle Moraine in another Classic 8 dual on Jan. 17 but the meet was postponed.


Beth Ver Haagh tallied a game-high 19 points but no one else had more than two points as the Vikings fell to Pius XI, 37-26, in a Woodland Conference contest on Friday night.

West was in the game, trailing 14-11 at the half, but was outscored 12-4 in the third period to fall behind 26-15 and could not catch up to the first-place Lady Popes.

The Vikings also fell to another first-place team, Waukesha West, by a 52-38 count on Jan. 15. The Wolverines currently share the Classic 8 Conference lead with Mukwonago.

Ali Boldt scored nine points and Ana Liska six for the Vikings, who came into this week at 8-3 in the Woodland West Division and 9-5 overall.

They host Shorewood at 7:30 p.m. Friday, then welcome Mukwonago at 7:30 Jan. 29.


An 18-6 first quarter proved too much to overcome for the Vikings in a 48-37 loss to Pius XI on Friday night.

West trailed 31-17 at the half and could not rally in falling to 3-9 in the Woodland Conference West Division and 3-13 overall.

Tyler Thompson tallied 14 points with a trio of 3-point field goals, while Kevin Marx added six points and Brett Connors and Chamika Wijenayake each five points.

For Pius, the duo of Donovan Jackson and Levi Bradley combined for 32 points.

West visits Shorewood at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Waukesha North at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29.


The Warriors fell to Hartland Arrowhead, 60-36, in a Classic 8 Conference game on Friday night.

Turner Kehoe scored 11 points and Josh Breider seven, but the Warhawks had six people with at least six points. After a close first quarter, they outscored Muskego, 42-21, in the middle two periods.

The Warriors slipped to 3-5 in the Classic 8 and 6-10 overall. They visit Mukwonago at 7:30 p.m. Friday, hoping to avenge a 58-49 loss earlier this season.

Compiled by John Rech




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