Friday, February 15, 2013
If you want to see Deerfield High School wrestlers and gymnasts compete in their State Meets today and Saturday and cannot be there, Patch has the answer.
Watching Deerfield High School wrestlers Andrew Mehrholz, Ari Sapinsley and Jim Kirby as well as gymnast Christine Stitcher compete for a state championship today and Saturday is as easy as a click. Get local news in a daily email from Patch. It's like getting a free newspaper. Learn more. The Illinois High School Association will have live feeds of both events. For wrestling, which began Thursday, click on the brackets to see approximately when the Warriors compete and then click here for the TV link and pick your mat. Stitcher begins at 5 p.m. today. For that viewing, go to preliminary order and then on the television feed. For more news and updates, "like" us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Three Deerfield High School wrestlers compete in State Finals starting Thursday.
A winning philosophy adopted by the three Deerfield High School wrestlers competing in the State Meet which opens today at Champaign’s Assembly Hall may make the difference between a championship and a consolation prize Andrew Mehrholz (106 pounds), Ari Sapinsley (152) and Jim Kirby (195) carry the Warrior hopes into the tournament which lasts through Saturday. Now the competition becomes more intense and they have a secret weapon. Get local news in a daily email from Patch. It's like getting a free newspaper. Learn more. “We have to wrestle to win and not wrestle not to lose,” Mehrholz said. “In the end that’s who wins the match.” Mehrholz, a freshman with a 39-2 record on the season and the third seed in his weight class, has firsthand…
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Three Deerfield High School wrestlers qualified for state at a sectional tournament in Barrington last weekend.
Three Deerfield High School wrestlers qualified for the state wrestling tournament this past weekend after placing third at the Barrington sectional meet, according to IHSA results. The following DHS wrestlers will now compete at the state tournament, to be held Feb. 14 to 16 at Assembly Hall in Champaign: Learn more about the Deerfield High School Warriors wrestling program at http://dhs.dist113.org/athletics/WR/Pages/default.aspx. Do you have photos from the sectionals? Upload them here.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Deerfield High School’s wrestling and gymnastics teams both place second in Regionals.
Feb. 2 Wrestling The Final Score: 1. Barrington 193, 2. Deerfield 191.5, 3. Cary Grove 175, 4. Stevenson 123.5, 5. Lake Zurich 97, 6. Buffalo Grove 70, 7. Highland Park 35.5, 8. Palatine 31.5, 9. Lake Forest 17.5. Warriors Star Performers: Andrew Mehrholz (106), Brian Spinello (126), Colton Emmerich (170) and Jim Kirby (195) were Regional champions advancing to the Sectional Meet. Other Notable Warrior Performances: Joey Bloom (120) took second while Brady Glantz (138), Ari Sapinsley (152), Louis Levine (220) and JJ Nawrot (Heavyweight) placed third to move into the Sectionals. Who’s Next: The Warriors compete in the Barrington Sectional at 5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday. The Bottom Line: With the Warriors trailing …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Deerfield will take on Barrington, Buffalo Grove, Cary-Grove, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Lake Zurich, Palatine and Stevenson.
Friday, February 1
The Deerfield High School wrestling team will compete in an important meet at Lake Zurich on Saturday, Feb. 2. The top three individuals will advance into sectionals at Barrington next weekend. The team champion moves on to face the winner of the Grant Sectional with the winner going to the team State Finals, according to Deerfield Coach Marc Pechter. Deerfield High School will face off against Barrington, Buffalo Grove, Cary-Grove, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Lake Zurich, Palatine and Stevenson. The Warriors are currently ranked 18th in the State, according to Illinois Matmen, followed by Barrington at 19 and Cary Grove at 20. Wrestlers to watch for Deerfield include Andrew Mehrholz (ranked 7th in the strate in the 106 weight class), …
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Deerfield High School dance team places ninth in State Finals, Tometz finishes 49th in State Bowling Finals, boys’ basketball team tops Northridge Prep and wrestlers fall in triangular.
Jan.26 Gymnastics The Final Score: 1. Deerfield 135.674, 2. Glenbrook North 133.075, 3. Niles North 122.75, 4. Highland Park 121.775, 5. Maine West 119.375, 6. Maine East 111.2. Warriors Star Performer: Christine Stitcher was the all around champion (37.675) as well as the winner of the uneven parallel bars (9.3) and the balance beam (9.55). She took second in the vault (9.375) and floor exercise (9.45). Other Notable Warrior Performances: Leslie Ross finished fourth on the bars (7.975) and eighth on the vault (8.575) while Aly Perbohner was sixth in the all around (32.35) and eighth on floor (8.45). Emily Berlin took fourth on beam (8.4) while Nikki Katz medaled with a fourth on floor (8.675). Who’s Next: The …
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Deerfield High School wrestling tops New Trier, Niles West while boys’ basketball team falls to Glenbrook North.
Jan.25 Competitive Dance The Final Score: 1. Highland 90.84, 2. Lake Forest 86.16, 3. Crystal Lake Central 84.58, 5. Eisenhower 81.2, 6. Deerfield 81, 7. Grayslake North 80.1, 8. Vernon Hills 79.58, 9. Lincoln Way West 74.76, 10. Triad 74.16. Who’s Next: The Warriors compete in the finals today in Bloomington. The Bottom Line: Deerfield is currently in sixth place after the first day of competition in the inaugural Illinois High School Association competitive dance event. Bowling Warriors Star Performer: Anthony Tometz rolled games of 212 213, 242, 215, 178 and 188 for a 1,248 total to put him in 58th place. Who’s Next: Tometz advances to today’s final round. Wrestling The Final Score: Deerfield 49, New …
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Deerfield High School’s wrestling team dominates 12-team field with four individual champions.
Jan.19 The Final Score: 1. Deerfield 271, 2. Niles West 198, 3. Maine South 163, 4. New Trier 149, 5. Evanston 125, 6. Maine East 106, 7. Maine West 100.5, 8. Glenbrook South 84, 9. Niles North 82, 10. Waukegan 79, 11. Highland Park 50, 12. Glenbrook North 36. Warriors Star Performers: JJ Nawrot (Heavyweight) successfully defended his league title while Colton Emmerich (170), Jordan Lieberman (113) and Andrew Mehrholz (106) won championships. Other Notable Warrior Performances: Finishing second were Jim Kirby (105), Chase Hanusa (182), Ari Sapinsley (152) and Bready Glantz (138). Patrick Johnson (220), Tom Bonadies (160) and Brian Spinello (126) placed fourth while Brian McCann (145), Jeff Spinello (132) and Joey Bloom (…
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Deerfield High School takes time out before recent wrestling meet to honor 11 senior athletes, a score keeper and a pair of hall of fame inductees.
Jim Coleman and Dru Meshes became the latest members of the Deerfield High School Wrestling Hall of Fame Thursday. At the same time, 12 current Warrior seniors were honored before Deerfield’s Thursday meet against Maine West. Get local news in a daily email from Patch. It's like getting a free newspaper. Learn more. Coleman wrestled with injury—seven knee surgeries—as much as opponents during his time as an athlete at Deerfield and the University of Michigan. As a senior he finished third at the State Meet despite competing “on one leg” during his semifinal and third-place matchs, according to current Coach Marc Pechter. Since graduating from Deerfield in 1971, Coleman has devoted himself to a business career. Meshes was a Warrior from …
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Deerfield High School’s hockey teal skates past Highland Park, 10-2, while the wrestlers win two more dual meets.
Jan.12 Hockey The Final Score: Deerfield 10, Highland Park 2 Warriors Star Performers: Mason Rosenberg scored four goals and Henri Beaudion had a hat trick with three. Beaudion also had two assists and Rosenberg added one. Other Notable Warrior Performances: Spenser Delman added two goals and four assists while Mike Wiggemansen contributed a goal. Also chipping in with assists were Robbie Friend (3), Steven Mages and Eric Schmidt. Goalie Adam Serck had 22 saves. Who’s Next: The Warriors entertain Carmel at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Buffalo Grove. The Bottom Line: Jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the first seven minutes, the game was never in doubt. The Warriors are now 22-1-4 for the season. For more details see Dylon …