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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 18:00

Germantown, Bay stay several steps ahead of Grafton girls in North Shore games

A jolt of basketball reality brought the Grafton girls’ team back to earth last week.

After winning five straight games, including four in North Shore Conference play, the Black Hawks put their restored confidence on the line against the league’s top two teams.

But co-leaders Germantown and Whitefish Bay had no trouble handling Grafton, building early leads and steadily pulling away for convincing wins.

The pace was particularly tough on the Black Hawks in a 70-42 home loss to Germantown on Friday.

After a competitive first quarter left Grafton trailing by only 13-9, Germantown broke things open with a 26-9 surge in the second period.

“We ended up turning the ball over way too much,” said Black Hawks coach Steve Reinhardt, whose team fell to 5-6 in NSC play.

 
Large, Beckmann, Wenzel rule PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 17:57

Two Warriors, one Rocket secure mat championships in Central Lakeshore final

Ozaukee’s Cole Large and Kevin Beckmann and Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Greg Wenzel all ruled their weight classes at the Central Lakeshore Conference tournament last Saturday.

As expected, host Random Lake ran away with team title, but this week Ozaukee has an advantage. The Warriors will participate in a WIAA Division 3 regional at Dodgeland, while Random Lake will host its own regional.

Ozaukee coach Luke Gundrum said the scheduling puts his team in a position to win its first regional title since 2006, with Lomira providing the toughest challenge.

On Saturday, Random Lake had a wrestler reached the first final in all 14 weight classes and scored 277.5 points.

Ozaukee was a distant second with 183.5 points, followed by Oostburg (158), Cedar Grove-Belgium (115) and Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (70).

Large (34-4), a senior who became Ozaukee’s career wins leader two weeks ago, cruised to the 132-pound title.

 
Gritty Lady Hawks secure rematch win PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 05 February 2014 17:45

Ruona-led Grafton digs down to outlast Homestead, avenge early-season defeat

After seeing his team struggle in a 30-25 loss to Homestead in December, Grafton girls’ basketball coach Steve Reinhardt was hoping for better things in last Friday’s rematch. Much better.

He wasn’t disappointed again.


Not only did the Black Hawks nearly double their previous point production, they made enough defensive stops to stymie Homestead, 45-42, in a hard-fought North Shore Conference game and notch their fifth straight victory.


“This is a big win for us,” Reinhardt said. “We hung tough and found a way to get it done.


“It was just like a lot of our other games. We might have two great plays in a row and then have eight bad plays, but we keep working hard.”


Grafton built a 26-16 halftime lead behind the hot shooting of junior Rachel Ruona, who scored 13 of her game-high 21 points before intermission. However, the Highlanders fought back and eventually pulled within 42-40 with just over one minute to play.


Fueling Homestead’s determined rally was a 10-for-10 performance at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter.


After forcing a Grafton turnover with pressure defense, the Highlanders pulled even at 42-42 on two free throws by Taylor McIlwraith, who led them with 16 points.


But following a timeout, the Hawks broke the press and regained the lead on a layup by Zoie Bauer.

 
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