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Putting the losses behind them PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Debbie Hamm   
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 22:10

Comeback in road test at Ozaukee carries Port boys to first victory of the season

It was a tale of two halves and two perspectives when host Ozaukee took on Port Washington in a nonconference boys’ basketball game Monday night.sports1

By rallying for a 64-56 win, Port walked off with its first victory of the season — an outcome that gave the Pirates relief and encouragement.

“It was a big win for us,” Port coach Brian Hebein said.

“We played with a lot more energy and focus in the second half, which was good to see.”

But for Ozaukee coach Bob Domach, the outcome was anything but positive.

“I was very disappointed in our play,” Domach said.

“We didn’t play to our potential. With that in mind, we still had our chances to win.  We couldn’t capitalize, just like last week (in a loss to Hilbert).”

Ozaukee, which fell to 5-3 overall, overcame a slow start to take a 22-20 lead into halftime.

However, Port (1-4) stepped up its play in the second period and slowly took control.

 
Points, wins keep coming for Rockets PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 22:09

Fast scoring pace continues to serve CG-Belgium boys well as they race to third consecutive win in Big East play

It might be wise to avoid playing up-tem-po basketball with the Cedar Grove-Belgium boys’ basketball team.

After being held to 57 points in a season-opening loss, the Rockets have gotten their offense in gear and rolled to three straight high-scoring wins — the latest coming Dec. 13 against longtime rival Oostburg.

Led by 29 points from Josh Weiss, Cedar Grove-Belgium dropped the Flying Dutchmen, 77-64, in a Big East Conference game.

 
Grafton girls fall on road to sharp-shooting NSC foe PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 22:06

Black Hawks can’t keep pace with Germantown’s offensive surge in 2nd half

Few things are tougher to face than a basketball buzz saw on the road.

The Grafton girls’ team was reminded of that Dec. 13, when it was handed a 75-44 road loss by a sharp-shooting Germantown squad.

“Germantown just made their shots when they had to,” Black Hawks coach Mike Grzesiak said.

“We were ready for their press, but we didn’t rebound well and couldn’t sustain anything offensively.”

 
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