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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 18:40

Pair of shutout wins leaves Port girls on top at Lutheran soccer quad

The Port Washington girls’ soccer team sneaked over the .500 mark for the first time this season, thanks to a three-game winning streak and tournament title.

The Pirates beat West Bend West, 2-0, in the championship final of the Kettle Moraine Lutheran Quad last Saturday.

The game was a rematch of an early season battle between the teams that ended in a scoreless tie.

PORT SOCCER TEAM 4CJunior midfielder Lydie Krueger scored in the fifth minute on an assist from senior midfielder Brianna Schnell. Junior forward Megan Barian netted an insurance goal in the opening minute of the second half off a pass from Schnell.

In a 2-0 win over host Lutheran in the tournament semifinals, Krueger scored “off a nice lay-off pass by Barian” in the third minute, Port coach Eric Liebergen said.

In the 33rd minute, senior forward Meghan VandeBoom scored with an assist from Barian.

 
Winning becomes habit for Warriors PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 May 2017 18:33

Ozaukee puts its early soccer struggles behind it by taking tournament title

The Ozaukee girls’ soccer team earned its first win of the season last week, and the Warriors liked it so much that they went out and picked up their first tournament title as well, in nail-biting fashion.

On Monday, the Warriors picked up their third win in six games, including two ties in matches they won on penalty kicks in taking the Kiel Tournament crown last Saturday.

Ozaukee beat Sheboygan Lutheran, 2-0, on Monday, its second victory over the Crusaders in seven days.

Kiel Tournament 1 4CThe latest win came behind second-half goals by freshman forward Mikayla Penkwitz and sophomore midfielder Abby Miller. The Warriors had 29 shots on goal to the Crusaders’ 10.

Lexi Kristine, the team’s third backup goalie, made three saves.

On Saturday, the Warriors beat Kewaskum, 3-0, before beating Mayville and Kiel on penalty kicks after tying both teams in regulation and overtime.

In the title game against Kiel, the Warriors bounced back from a 1-0 halftime deficit to force a 1-1 tie on an unassisted goal by sophomore defender Abby Paulus.

The Warriors kept the score even throughout overtime, despite being outshot, 10-8 for the game.

Kristine made 10 saves.

Nobody scored in overtime, and the game came down to penalty kicks.

Sophomore midfielder Tammy Landing, Paulus and Miller scored on penalty kicks to win the game and championship.

In the semifinal, Ozaukee and Mayville played to a scoreless tie. Kristine made nine saves to preserve the game.

 
At long last: a Grafton softball title PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 May 2017 18:24

Krause-led Hawks handle Port, storm in wrapping up their first North Shore crown

It was a bit anticlimactic due to the weather, but the Grafton Black Hawks welcomed their first North Shore Conference softball title in any way, shape or form.

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For four innings on Monday, that meant another dominant performance at the plate and in the field.

The Hawks clobbered host Port Washington, 11-0, before lightning put the game on hold. A rainstorm soon followed, and the game was called even though the five innings weren’t played.

Grafton’s players took cover in the team bus during the storm. A big cheer filled the vehicle when coach Ken Hunt told his team the game was over and the Hawks had won the conference outright.

“They were pretty happy once I told them on the bus,” Hunt said. “They knew going into this game that we had at least a share of it locked up.”

 
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