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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Thursday, 27 October 2016 20:21

Both CG-Belgium teams, Rams’ Large race to berths in Div. 2 cross-country finals

The Cedar Grove-Belgium boys’ and girls’ cross-country squads are headed to this week’s WIAA Division 2 state meet, and Random Lake/Ozaukee’s Elise Large will represent her team as a sectional champion.sports1

The Cedar Grove-Belgium girls won last Saturday’s Mayville Sectional with 57 points, fueled by Emily Sass’ second-place finish and Maggie Turchinski’s sixth.

“They have been consistent all year, so we had a good feeling, but you can’t show up thinking it’s a lock,” Rockets coach Les Paul said.

In the boys’ competition, Cedar Grove-Belgium qualified by placing second with 89 points, nine fewer than third-place Ripon. Ian Ison took third for the Rockets in a field of 110 runners, and teammate Stephen Lavey was sixth.

Omro won the boys’ team title with 57 points.

 
Rockets off to playoff races with Hilbelink PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Thursday, 27 October 2016 20:20

CG-Belgium senior scores every which way in leading football team to first-round rout of Oostburg

Of all the scoring the Cedar Grove-Belgium football team has done this season — and it has done plenty in averaging 42 points per game — none of the Rockets’ touchdowns came on kickoff returns.

Before last Friday, that is.

Wide receiver Reid Hilbelink, who twice ran back kickoffs for scores last year, got back in the habit in a WIAA Division 5 playoff opener against Oostburg.

The senior’s 93-yard return for a touchdown was one of his three scores in Cedar Grove-Belgium’s 42-0 rout of Oostburg.

 
Seven wins not enough for Hawks in Bay pool test PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Thursday, 27 October 2016 20:17

Seniors lead way for Grafton swimmers in road loss; Ottesen sets pace for Port in final dual meet of season

Numbers were not on their side, but the Grafton Black Hawks did what they could to stay competitive in their final dual meet of the girls’ swimming and diving season Oct. 18.

Coach Tom Miazga’s team won seven events in a 104-71 road loss to Whitefish Bay.

“We had a lot of great swims across the board leading up to the last week in the North Shore Conference,” Miazga said.

“It was a really strong meet for us.”

 
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