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Fangman Fifth at Boone County Invite

February 5, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ALBION — The Wolfpack wrestling team competed Saturday at the Boone County Invite.
Just two Wolfpack wrestlers saw action — Geoffrey Carr at 120 pounds and Andrew Fangman at 152.
Fangman was the Wolfpack’s only medal winner, finishing fifth in his weight class.
Individual results were:
120 pounds — Champ. Round 1 - Andrew King (Boone Central/Newman Grove) (18-15) won by fall over Geoffrey Carr (Elgin/Pope John) (7-20) in 27 seconds; Cons. Round 1 - Tyler Miller (Elkhorn Valley) (8-17) won by fall over Geoffrey Carr in 3:36.
152 — Quarterfinal - Morgen Valentine (David City) 12-3 won by a score of nine to two over Andrew Fangman (Elgin/Pope John) 22-9; Cons. Round 3 - Andrew Fangman won five to zero over Noah Rutjens (Elkhorn Valley) 14-6; Consolation semi-finals - Garett Allemang (Neligh/Oakdale) 23-5 won by decision four to one over Fangman; 5th Place Match - Fangman pinned Jonnie Huff (Pierce) 24-5 in 4:40.

Wolfpack Defeat Lady Warriors In NVC Tourney Opener

February 5, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

STUART — The tandem of Baylee Wemhoff and Jenna Parks combined for 32 points Saturday evening to help lead the Wolfpack to a 60 to 42 victory over Neligh-Oakdale.
In the opening round of the NVC Tournament, EPPJ doubled the score of the Lady Warriors in the first half. Leading 17 to 11 to start the second quarter, the Wolfpack limited Neligh-Oakdale to just five points in the second quarter as they took control of the game.
The second half was more competitive as the Wolfpack outscored their opponent 28 to 26.
Wemhoff led the scoring parade with 19 points. She hit on six of 10 shots from the field and added four of eight free throws in the game.
Junior Jenna Parks tossed in 13 points. They were the only Wolfpack players to score in double figures. The Wolfpack (14-5) made 21 of 39 shots from the field (54 percent).
Wolfpack 60, Lady Warriors 42
Warriors………………………..11   5   12  14 — 42
Wolfpack………………………17  15  16  12 — 60
Wolfpack — Liz Selting 3-7 2-4 8, Jenna Parks 5-7 2-4 13, Calli Krebs 0 2-2 2, Jordan Mescher 3-4 1-2 7, Jill Schindler 1-2 2-5 4, Baylee Wemhoff 6-10 4-8 19, Hayley Stamp 1-4 0-0 2, Nikki Beckman 2-5 0-0 4, Amy Nelson 0-0 1-2 1. Team totals: 21-39 14-27 60.
Team statistics: Rebounds — Wolfpack 27 (Jenna Parks 10, Liz Selting 6). Assists — 12 (Baylee Wemhoff 5, Liz Selting 4). Steals — Wolfpack 15 (Jenna Parks 6).

EPPJ Boys Defeat Ewing 66 to 25

January 30, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ELGIN — Scoring 23 points in the first quarter, Elgin Public-Pope John went on to defeat Ewing 66 to 25 in boys basketball action Friday night.
The winless Tigers had no answer for the Wolfpack’s pressure defense on this night as turnovers led to easy baskets. The pressure defense, when it didn’t create a turnover, forced the Tigers into bad shots which missed the mark.
Treys by Kyle Kallhoff and Seth Schumacher and a three-point play by Jack Borer helped spark a 15 to one run to start the game. Ewing’s lone point in the streak came on a free throw by Lars Laenen.
After a deuce by Kyle Heithoff, Borer hit back-to-back treys as the Wolfpack took a 23 to 6 lead after one quarter.
It didn’t get any better for the Eagles in the second quarter as they managed just four points, two from Laenen and two more from Brendan Napier.
The scoring parade continued for the Wolfpack as Austin Meis and Dylan Behnk made their way into the scoring column. Borer added five points and Schumacher added four before halftime as the Wolfpack took a 28-point lead.
The Wolfpack played strong defense in the third quarter, limiting Ewing to just three points. At the other end of the court, Schumacher had eight points in the quarter. The Wolfpack connected on four treys in the quarter, two by Borer and one each from Schumacher and Miles Schrage.
Ewing outscored the Wolfpack 12 to seven in the fourth quarter.
The victory boosted the Wolfpack’s record to 5-10 while Ewing fell to 0-14 with the loss.
Wolfpack 66, Ewing 25
Ewing………….6    4    3  12 — 25
Wolfpack……..23  15  21  7 — 66
Wolfpack — Dylan Behnk 1-2 3-8 5, Chad Bode 0-4 0-2 0, Jack Borer 8-13 1-1 22, Kyle Heithoff 2-8 0-0 4, Kyle Kallhoff 2-8 0-0 5, Austin Meis 3-7 0-2 6, Evan Schindler 0-1 1-2 1, Miles Schrage 1-2 0-0 3, Seth Schumacher 6-11 6-7 20. Team totals: 23-56 66. Three-point shots — Wolfpack 9 (Jack Borer 5, Kyle Kallhoff 1, Miles Schrage 1, Seth Schumacher 2).
Team Statistics: Rebounds — Wolfpack 29 (Kyle Heithoff 5, Kyle Kallhoff 5, Austin Meis 5). Assists — Wolfpack 13 (Seth Schumacher 4). Steals — Wolfpack 12 (Seth Schumacher 5). Turnovers — Wolfpack 7.

Wolfpack Easily Defeat Lady Eagles

January 30, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ELGIN — The Wolfpack held Ewing scoreless for nearly four minutes to start the game and went on to defeat the Lady Tigers 42 to 27 in girls basketball action Friday night.
Wolfpack defense and cold shooting on the part of the Lady Tigers allowed EPPJ to gain the upper hand. So clear was EPPJ’s domination in the game that they never trailed in the game.
The Wolfpack built a 25 to 16 lead in the first half. Junior Jenna Parks led the way scoring wise, finishing with a game-high 21 points. During one stretch in the second quarter, Parks scored eight straight points including back-to-back treys. Hayley Stamp’s putback with 1:20 left finished off first half scoring for the Wolfpack.
Having a commanding lead to start the second half, the Wolfpack played a sluggish third quarter. They managed just seven points against the Lady Tigers’ defense. Liz Selting and Jordan Mescher had baskets during the quarter as did Parks.
In the fourth quarter, Jill Schindler got things started, getting open inside for two points. Parks then connected on a trey and added two free throws as the Wolfpack lead grew to 38 to 24 with 2:11 left in the game. Baylee Wemhoff led the march to the free throw line, making two of the Wolfpack’s four made free throws in the final 1:16 of the game.
The Wolfpack made 19 of 52 shots from the field and eight of 17 free throws.
Parks led the Wolfpack with 21 points, Schindler and Wemhoff each had six in the game.
The victory boosted the Wolfpack’s record to 12-4. The loss dropped the Lady Tigers’ record to 8-6.
Wolfpack 42, Ewing 27
Ewing………….8    8  6    5 — 27
Wolfpack……..14  11  7  10 — 42
Wolfpack — Liz Selting 1-2 1-4 3, Jenna Parks 7-12 3-7 21, Jordan Mescher 1-3 0-0 2, Jill Schindler 3-5 0-0 6, Baylee Wemhoff 1-3 4-6 6, Hayley Stamp 2-4 0-0 4. Team totals: 19-52 8-17 42. Three-point shots — Wolfpack 4 (Jenna Parks 4).
Team statistics: Rebounds — Wolfpack 31 (Jenna Parks 9, Jill Schindler 8, Hayley Stamp 7). Assists — Wolfpack 7 (Baylee Wemhoff 3, Jenna Parks 2, Jill Schindler 2). Steals — Wolfpack 6 (Jenna Parks 4, Jordan Mescher 2).

Wolfpack Win Three Medals At Warrior Invite

January 30, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

NELIGH — Facing the best wrestlers 20 teams had to offer, the Wolfpack wrestling team brought home three medals from the Warrior Invitational held Saturday.
The Wolfpack brought home two third-place medals and one fourth-place medal from the tournament.
Freshman Logan Henn reached the consolation finals in the 106-pound weight class. There, he capped a big day by defeating Dillon Steward of Elkhorn Valley by the score of 21 to four. Henn’s season record is now 18-7.
Junior Ryan Pelster finished third in the 145-pound weight class. In the consolation finals he posted a five to three victory over Breydon Mlady of West Holt. The victory improved Pelster’s season record to 21-6.
Claiming a fourth place medal was Wolfpack junior Andrew Fangman. Competing at 152 pounds, Fangman fell to Riley Dugan of Central Valley by the score of eight to three. The loss dropped Fangman’s record to 16-6. Earlier in the day, Fangman recorded an 18-second pin over Alec Zimmerer of Creighton.
At 120 pounds, Wolfpack wrestler Geoffrey Carr posted a 1-2 record, losing to two wrestlers who medaled. Carr’s highlight of the day came in round three when he recorded one of the fastest pins of the tournament, pinning Wayne’s Yabet Thijillo in just 19 seconds. Carr’s season record is now 6-14.
Amherst won the team title with 255 points, second was Creighton with 142.5. Other team scores were Neligh-Oakdale 124, Randolph 108, Elkhorn Valley 90.5, Central Valley 85, West Holt 78, Wayne 77.5, Scribner-Snyder 59.5, Nebraska Christian 56, Clearwater-Orchard 55.5, EPPJ 54.5, Fullerton 50.5, Osmond 30, North Central 22, St. Mary’s 21, Niobrara-Verdigre 14, Lutheran High Northeast 11, Lindsay Holy Family 7 and Riverside 3.
Individual results were:
106 pounds — Logan Henn (Elgin Public/Pope John) won by fall over Corbin Schollmeyer (Creighton) 8-14 (Fall 1:20); Logan Henn won by decision over Hunter Cobb (Amherst ) 5-12 (Dec 7-0); Alejandro Martinez (Elkhorn Valley) 19-6 won by decision over Logan Henn (Dec 6-1); Logan Henn won by decision over Joshua Ibach (Central Valley) 16-14 (Dec 6-1); 3rd Place Match - Logan Henn won by tech fall over Dillon Steward (Elkhorn Valley) 17-8 (TF-1.5 5:00 (21-4).
120 — Juan Lasso (Nebraska Christian) 15-13 won by fall over Geoffrey Carr (Elgin Public/Pope John) (Fall 0:50); Geoffrey Carr won by fall over Yabet Thijillo (Wayne ) 0-4 (Fall 0:19); Seth Miller (West Holt ) 5-11 won by fall over Geoffrey Carr (Fall 0:51)
145 — Ryan Pelster won by fall over Hunter Friend (Fullerton ) 14-12 (Fall 1:08); Logan Dibbern (Amherst ) 30-3 won by major decision over Ryan Pelster (MD 13-0); Ryan Pelster won by fall over Matthew Reeves (Lutheran High Northeast ) 21-8 (Fall 2:56); 3rd Place Match - Ryan Pelster won by decision over Breydon Mlady (West Holt ) 18-14 (Dec 5-3)
152 — Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) won by fall over Noah Rutjens (Elkhorn Valley) 11-4 (Fall 2:28); Devin Dibbern (Amherst ) 31-2 won by major decision over Andrew Fangman (MD 14-0); Andrew Fangman won by fall over Alec Zimmerer (Creighton) 7-9 (Fall 0:18); 3rd Place Match - Riley Dugan (Central Valley) 21-5 won by decision over Andrew Fangman (Dec 8-3)

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