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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 04 October 2017 18:31

Grafton tops Cedarburg; Ozaukee wins four straight in volleyball action last week

Cedar Grove-Belgium took second place in its own volleyball tournament on Saturday.
Kewaskum won by going 5-0 in matches and 10-0 in games.
The Rockets went 4-1 in matches and 8-3 in games. They beat St. Francis, Kiel, Valders and Kohler, and lost to Kewaskum.
“We played well throughout and are starting to build some rhythm. Our back row continues to step up big for us and although our front row is young, they are coming through for us,” coach Chris Holzer said.
Amanda Meerdink had 37 kills and Amy TenHaken had 21 assists. Megan Gonwa had 51 digs and Jessica Rose had 29 digs.
“Amanda, Megan and Jess are great leaders and are playing at a high level,” Holzer said.

CGB VB CR s1093017322 4COn Sept. 26, the Rockets beat Big East Conference opponent Mishicot on the road, 21-25, 25-16, 27-25, 25-17.
The Rockets were scheduled to host Random Lake Tuesday and play in the conference tournament on Saturday.
Grafton comes down after senior night win
Grafton’s volleyball team went 2-2 at the Oostburg tournament on Saturday, after beating Cedarburg on Sept. 26.
The Black Hawks lost to Oostburg, 2-1;  beat Poynette, 2-0; beat New London, 2-1; and lost to Catholic Central, 2-1.
Against Cedarburg, the fired-up Hawks won, 27-25, 25-17, 20-25, 25-22.
Senior Sarah Schmitz led the way with  22 kills.
“She just dominated. She was hitting really well,” coach Austin Cass said.
The Hawks’ middle blockers, despite giving up five to six inches across the board, held up.
“We did a great job with our blocking, so our middles disrupted a lot of their hitters,”  Cass said.
Senior Sophia De La Pasqua had nine kills, junior Jackie Tomashek had seven and senior Carley Olson had five.

Senior setter Audrey Schaut had 37 assists. Senior libero Lauren Stielow had 31 digs, and Schmitz had 14.
The Hawks were scheduled to play at Hartford on Tuesday, host Slinger on Thursday and play in a Nicolet tournament on Saturday.
Warriors stretch winning streak to four
On Sept. 28, Ozaukee beat Mishicot at home, 25-22, 9-25, 25-14, 25-15.
Emma Richards and Sydnie Stadler each had nine kills. Caryn Hamm had 19 assists, and Sam Kroeger had 12 digs.
Two days earlier, Ozaukee won at Random Lake in a thriller, 25-20, 23-25, 25-20, 32-34, 15-10.
Richards had 18 kills and seven blocks. Stadler had nine kills and 11 digs. Kroeger had 19 digs, and Loren Miller had 16.
Ozaukee was scheduled to play Oostburg Tuesday and in the conference tournament on Saturday.
Port goes 1-3 in Oostburg tournament
Port Washington won its first match against Sheboygan Christian, 25-23, 25-19, before losing its final three on Saturday.
The Pirates lost to Sheboygan Falls, 25-14, 25-16; Bradford, 25-19, 25-12; and Whitnall, 25-13, 25-8.
Kyra Baumann had 17 kills, and Gretchen Lilly had 23 assists and eight aces. Olivia Biertzer had 13 digs and Jordan Rabideaux had five blocks.
Port was scheduled to play at West Bend East on Tuesday, West Bend West on Thursday and at an invite at Brillion on Saturday.

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