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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 14:19

Hawks’ Huertas, Weinhold, relays ready for La Crosse with sights on WIAA Div. 2 state titles

A simple philosophy continued to pay dividends for Grafton High School track and field athletes last week.

Saving their best performances for the biggest meets of the season, the Black Hawks secured high honors and state trips at a WIAA Division 2 sectional meet in Whitewater last Friday.

Sparked by senior Erick Huertas’ double win in sprints, the Grafton boys won the team title and had three individual performances and four relays qualify for this week’s state meet in La Crosse.

Huertas won the 200-meter dash (21.88 seconds) and 400 dash (48.61) and anchored a first-place 1,600 relay that also included Sam Miller, Patrick Tobianski and Matt Salm (a team-record 3:19.57). All three times are the top state-qualifying marks in Division 2.

The Grafton boys’ other state-bound efforts were a first from the 800 relay of Alex Gall, Miller, Salm and Nic Fullington (1:30.6); third by the 3,200 relay of Tobianski, Jacob Woolf, Parker White and Salm (8:12.48); and fourths by junior Alec Weinhold in the 1,600 run (4:33.32) and the 400 relay of Will Favret, Miller, Gall and Fullington (44.14).

“It was an excellent meet for us,” said Hawks coach Kevin Kriegel, whose squad scored 63 points to edge Whitewater (58.5) for top honors in the 28-team standings.

“Erick had a great day, and getting all four relays through to state (for the first time since 2004) is pretty special. The 4-by-100 was a challenge, but they came through.”

Huertas, who ran 22.13 in the sectional preliminaries of the 200 dash, heads back to state as a strong favorite in both of his individual races. At last year’s Division 1 finals, he won the 400 dash and was fifth in the 200 and returns even more determined to best that showing.

 
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 14:17

One day after nightmare loss, Pirates bounce back for hard-hitting road win

One day after seeing his team give away a North Shore Conference win, Port Washington baseball coach Ryan Finnerty was eager for a rebound last Saturday.

The Pirates got exactly that, pounding out a 14-6 road win over Wauwatosa West.

“It was a huge win for us, especially after Friday’s loss (at Slinger),” Finnerty said.

“We needed to bounce back, and we made some changes to the lineup. Every person on our roster contributed to the victory.”

Port struggled early in the nonconference game and trailed, 6-4, after three innings. However, the Pirates wiped out the deficit with an eight-run fourth inning and cruised the rest of the way.

While sending 12 batters to the plate in the frame, Port got RBI singles from Ben Schueller and Matt Kirmse and took advantage of six walks and two hit batters.

Dylan Scharnweber led the Pirates’ eight-hit attack with a 2-for-4 effort. He had a triple and drove in five runs.

Aidan Wojciehowski pitched 4-2/3 innings in relief for the win. He allowed only one hit, struck out eight and walked three.

The win improved Port to 3-4 overall.

 
Fast start propels Warriors to baseball win over Dutch PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 14:14

It didn’t take long for the Ozaukee Warriors to get their baseball bats going last Friday.

Racing to an 8-0 lead by the third inning, the host Warriors rolled past Oostburg, 9-4, in their Central Lakeshore Conference opener.

“We came out, hit the ball right away and stole some bases,” Ozaukee coach Bob Kiefer said.

“When you can put up runs like that early, it really helps set the tone.”

After Jake Wolff reached on a fielder’s choice and Zac Beck walked in the first inning, they scored on Jeremy Wichmann’s triple. Wichmann came home on an error to give Ozaukee a 3-0 lead.

In the second, Wolff made it 4-0 with an RBI single.

The Warriors doubled their advantage with a four-run third. Joe Schauer’s two-run double was the key blow.

Lee Wysocki pitched the first 5-1/3 innings for the win. He allowed six hits, struck out six and walked four.

Although Oostburg rallied to pull within 8-4 in the sixth, the Warriors ended the threat at that point.

 
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