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For the record, O’Connor and Hawks shine PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 17:52

Grafton senior breaks own butterfly mark in winning 2nd straight state title, leads Grafton to 3rd as a team

Sean O’Connor defended one title, broke two of his own school records and led the Grafton boys’ swimming and diving team to third place and school history at the WIAA Division 2 state meet last Friday in Madison.sports1

“It’s been amazing this year. We’ve all worked hard,” said O’Connor, a senior who helped the Black Hawks score 208 points.

As expected, Monona Grove ran away with the team championship with 381 points, well ahead of runner-up Ashwaubenon (232), which Grafton edged by one point for a sectional title the previous week.

North Shore Conference rival Cedarburg was fifth with 169 points, and Port Washington was 18th with 29.

 
Ailing Warriors can’t catch Kiel PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Debbie Hamm   
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 17:49

Injuries, illnesses make things tough on Ozaukee boys in nonconference loss

When Kiel came to Fredonia Monday night for a nonconference makeup game against the Ozaukee boys’ basketball team, Ozaukee coach Bob Domach knew some players had to step up to get a victory.sports2

The Warriors were missing their top scorer, Garrett Hoffmann, due to an injury, and several other players were battling illness.

Ozaukee put up a fight, but fell, 63-52, after a second-half rally fell short. The Warriors trailed, 40-31, at intermission.

 
Gritty effort leaves Pirates short in home finale PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 17:44

Port boys show fight before bowing to athletic foe, 84-70, on Senior Night

The Port Washington boys’ basketball team stayed with New Berlin West for about 30 minutes Monday night, but the visiting Vikings’ athleticism and offensive firepower eventually took control.sports3

The Pirates lost the nonconference game, 84-70, on Senior Night.

Sophomore Adam Baierl and freshman Evan Lilly led the Pirates with 18 points apiece. Senior Jack Larson added 15 points.

 
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