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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 19:51

Southside Classic crowngives Pirates much-neededlift after slow start to season

After losing five of its first six games this season, the Port Washington boys’ basketball team had one major goal entering last week’s Southside Classic in Cudahy: play well against a pair of nonconference foes.sports1

Coach Brian Hebein’s squad got more than they might have expected. The Pirates not only won both of their games in the inaugural holiday tournament Dec. 27 and 28, they came home champions.

After scoring a 49-42 victory over Cudahy in the opener, Port held off Waukesha West for a 65-55 win the following day and emerged as the only undefeated entrant in the four-team competition.

“We won the championship, which was great,” Hebein said of his team’s performance. “We played pretty well but had to overcome some things in each game.”

 
Dual meets continue to be just fine for Pirates PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 19:49

Familiar head-to-headformat leaves Port wrestlerswith 5-2 record in Merrill

One month into the season, dual meets have become a way of life for the Port Washington High School wrestling team, and the Pirates aren’t complaining.

Coach Angelo LaRosa’s squad continued to make the most of the head-to-head format during the Northern Exposure Duals in Merrill last week, posting a 5-2 meet record and placing fifth out of 18 teams.

 
Rockets’ passing show returning to Lambeau PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 19:46

Packers home playoff game Sunday gives CG-Belgiumplayers another shot in Quarterback Challenge contest

That Green Bay Packers victory over the Detroit Lions last Sunday did more than give the Green and Gold a home playoff game.

It earned a return trip to Lambeau Field this Sunday for a few Cedar Grove-Belgium High School football players, one of whom is showing his heart is as big as his skill set.

Quarterback Josh Weiss and receivers Reid Hilbelink and Ethan Brochtrup — under the guidance of coach Dan Schreurs — won the Packers’ Quarterback Challenge over rival Oostburg by completing the longest undefended pass during halftime of Green Bay’s game against Dallas in October.

 
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