Panthers’ Miske wins EWC title


TREVOR MISKE, Plymouth senior, rides Sheboygan Falls’ Josh Becker en route to a 4-0 win in the 145-pound title match at Saturday’s EWC Wrestling Tournament. — Submitted photo TREVOR MISKE, Plymouth senior, rides Sheboygan Falls’ Josh Becker en route to a 4-0 win in the 145-pound title match at Saturday’s EWC Wrestling Tournament. — Submitted photo TWO RIVERS – Senior Trevor Miske won the 145-pound title to lead the Plymouth Panthers in Saturday’s Eastern Wisconsin Conference Wrestling Tournament.

It was Miske’s first EWC championship as he finished 10-0 in league action this season. He placed second at 138 in last year’s tourney.

Miske defeated Sheboygan Falls’ Josh Becker, 4-0, in the fi- nals. Miske received a first-round bye and then won by a technical fall, 16-0, over Kewaskum’s Max Hardy in the semifinals.

“I’m really proud of his [Miske’s] effort as a senior. He was a runner-up last year and this year was able to make that hurdle to be a champion,” said Panther head coach Lucas Lechnir.


ERIK OHMAN (bottom) of Plymouth tries to escape from Sheboygan Falls’ Ryan McGinnes in a 126-pound semifinal match at Saturday’s EWC Wrestling Tournament. — Submitted photo ERIK OHMAN (bottom) of Plymouth tries to escape from Sheboygan Falls’ Ryan McGinnes in a 126-pound semifinal match at Saturday’s EWC Wrestling Tournament. — Submitted photo Becker, a state qualifier last year, had beaten Miske twice earlier in the season.

“Trevor stuck to his plan and ended the match with putting the kid to his back [for a near fall] to win by a score of 4-0,” Lechnir noted.

Tourney host Two Rivers won its third EWC crown in a row – dominating the field en route to rolling up 246 points and earning a meet-high seven individual titles. Sheboygan Falls was second with 170. The Panthers finished seventh at 68½.

PHS freshman Erik Ohman earned third at 126, scoring a fall over New Holstein’s Ryan Lepisto in the third-place match in only 50 seconds.

“Erik had a strong showing as a freshmen, taking third place. I’m real proud of his efforts for his first year on varsity,” Lechnir said.

The Panthers’ other placewinners included: Danielle Wiese, sixth at 106; Keagan Gustin, fifth, 120; Austin Wiese, fourth, 152; Izack Ohman, fourth, 160; Joe Chandler, sixth, 170; Max Haun, sixth, 182; and Ryan Brooks, fifth at 195.

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS
Two Rivers………………………...246.0
Sheboygan Falls.……..…….…....170.0
Kewaskum……….…………….….131.0
Campbellsport……………..…….....92.0
New Holstein….………..………..…88.0
Kiel.................................................75.0
Plymouth.......................................68.5
Waupun..........................................58.0


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