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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 19:37

Scrappy effort, clutch plays highlight Grafton boys’ hard-fought win over Indian Trail in new coach’s debut

It took steady scoring for the Grafton boys’ basketball team to post a season-opening win last Saturday.sports1

But it was resilience that really carried the Black Hawks to a 76-73 victory over Kenosha Indian Trail in an overtime thriller.

“We had to show some fight and battle back,” said Grafton coach Damon James, whose team rallied in the nonconference battle to make his debut with the Hawks a success.

“We had some kids step up and make big plays when we needed them. For the first game of the season, that was really good to see.”

 
Finding new leaders tops Grafton’s priority list in NSC wrestling wars PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 19:35

With last season’s top finishers graduated, Hawks turn to new faces

A variety of challenges await the Grafton High School wrestling team this season, not the least of which is replacing lost talent.

Although the Black Hawks had six sectional qualifiers in the WIAA Division 2 tournament last season, only two are back in the fold.

Juniors Jonathon Duran and Nick Rapp lead the varsity veterans after reaching the sectional level at 126 and 160 pounds, respectively.

 
Falls holiday tournament not so festive for Port girls PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 19:32

It’s early, but not so much so that a victory wouldn’t work wonders for the Port Washington girls’ basketball team.

After losing twice last weekend, the Pirates saw their season record fall to 0-4.

“We would like to have a win, but it’s going to get better,” Port coach Jakob Wahl said after his squad dropped two games at the Menomonee Falls Holiday Tournament.

 
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