Southern Door’s Jacob Englebert (19-1) won five matches at the Oshkosh On The Water wrestling tournament and took home the title in the 138 pound weight class. Saturday, Englebert beat Waupaca’s Levi Petroske in the semifinals, 14-8 and then beat Jason Ipsarides of Cedarburg, 4-2 in the championship match.
Southern Door’s Colin Schubert (18-3) finished fifth in the 152 weight class at the Oshkosh On The Water tournament. Schubert lost to the eventual champion, Beau Breske of Hartford in the semifinals Saturday, 5-1. Schubert then lost to Mason Mergener of Coleman, 7-5 in the consolation round. Schubert came back and beat Deerfield’s Cole Hansen in the fifth place match, 6-0.
Sturgeon Bay-Sevastopol wrestler Lucas Stephenson (17-1) finished third in the 182 pound weight class at the Oshkosh On The Water tournament. Stephenson lost in the semifinals Saturday, falling 4-1 to Brady Huenink of Waupun. Stephenson came back and pinned August Peplinski of Wittenberg-Birnamwood (0:44) and beat Mitch Mallek of Stevens Point, 4-2 in the third place match.
Luxemburg-Casco’s Newton Smerchek (21-1) finished second in the 285 pound weight class at the Bi-State Classic, which was held at the La Crosse Center. In the semifinals, Smerchek pinned Holmen’s Huter Hauser (2:22). Smerchek lost to DeSoto’s Cole Johnson in the championship match, 4-1.
Luxemburg-Casco’s Luke Destiche (19-4) finished third in the 220 pound weight class at the Bi-State Classic. In the semifinals, Destiche was pinned by Tomah’s Lucas Stromberg-Windau (2:45). Destiche then came back and pinned Monroe’s Trevor Gorr in the consolation semifinals (0:27) and pinned Hunter Kauffman of Stratford in the third place match (1:18).
Luxemburg-Casco’s Ethan Peters (16-6) took home a third place finish in the 182 pound weight class at the Bi-State classic. After losing in the third round, Peters won six straight matches, including a 4-2 win over Tomah’s Jordan Reisinger in the third place match.
As a team, Luxemburg-Casco won the Division 2 title at the Bi-State Classic. The Spartans scored 290.5 points, 83.5 more than runner-up Ellsworth.