Miske, Bonebrake fall in first round at state


TREVOR MISKE of Plymouth tries to turn Michael Chadwick of Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal in a D-2 first-round match at 138 pounds in the state meet Thursday. — Photo by Mike McGill TREVOR MISKE of Plymouth tries to turn Michael Chadwick of Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal in a D-2 first-round match at 138 pounds in the state meet Thursday. — Photo by Mike McGill MADISON – Trevor Miske of Plymouth and Brock Bonebrake, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, lost in the first round at their respective weight classes in the state individual wrestling tournament Thursday night at UW-Madison’s Kohl Center.

Miske, a junior, lost to junior Michael Chadwick of Neillsville/Greenwood/ Loyal by a technical fall, 21-6, in a Division 2, 138-pound match. Miske ended his season with a 39-12 record. Chadwick was 29-10 coming into the state meet.

Bonebrake, a sophomore, was pinned in 4:27 by senior Carter Shampo of Crandon in D-3 action at 132. Shampo, 46-4 heading into state, went on to place third on Saturday. Bonebrake finished 36-16.

Miske led 2-0 with a takedown but was unable to escape from the bottom later in the match. Chadwick tilted the Panther wrestler a couple of times for near-fall points en route to the win.


BROCK BONEBRAKE of Elkhart Lake (right) attempts to escape from Crandon’s Carter Shampo in a D-3, 132-pound match at Thursday’s state meet. — Photo by Mike McGill BROCK BONEBRAKE of Elkhart Lake (right) attempts to escape from Crandon’s Carter Shampo in a D-3, 132-pound match at Thursday’s state meet. — Photo by Mike McGill “I was proud of his season and how he got the chance to wrestle down in Madison,” said Panther head coach Lucas Lechnir.

“Trevor was one of four participants in his weight class of 12 who were not a senior. I really feel he has a bright future. I am excited to see him put in the hard work it is going to take to place down at Madison next year.”

“Brock had a great season this year,” said Elkhart head coach Larry Ward.

“Brock had a tough draw on Thursday having to wrestle Shampo. Brock got caught in the cradle a few times and the last time he got caught he could not roll out of it.

“This was a great experience for Brock to get down there as a sophomore. We will use this experience to build from for the next couple of seasons,” Ward said.

Sheboygan Falls had four wrestlers in the D-2 meet and was led by junior Alex Fitzgerald and Drew Setzer who finished fourth at 126 and 220, respectively, to earn medals. Also competing for Falls were Brandon Broetzmann at 152 and Mitchell Lambrecht, 160.


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