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Written by DEBBIE HAMM   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 16:07

Warriors continue to pile up yardage, points in romp over Bay View that lifts their record to 4-0

The Ozaukee Warriors’ football express kept rolling last Friday night.

Exploding for eight touchdowns, coach Jim Lippe’s team routed Milwaukee Bay View in a 56-8 win that improved its season record to 4-0.


Quarterback Jake Wolff ran for three touchdowns and threw a scoring pass to Michael Richter to help fuel the win.


Sam Schuette added a pair of touchdown runs for the Warriors, who shook off a sluggish start.


“Friday was a strange night,” Lippe said. “The Bay View bus was stuck in traffic, so we started 40 minutes late.


“Warm-ups were kind of strange. We were in and out of the locker room a few times.


“We started slow with a quick four-and-out and then found our glue and started playing better.”


Once the Warriors got churning, they didn’t stop.


Ozaukee scored three times in each of the first two quarters, with Wolff finding the end zone on runs of one and five yards and connecting with Richter on a 35-yard touchdown strike.


“Jake Wolff had another really nice game, as did Sam Schuette,” said Lippe, whose team held a 42-0 lead by halftime.


With the Warriors having outscored their first four opponents, 174-35, this season, it’s hard to believe they are missing several key players.


“We are still playing really short-handed with lots of injuries. It’s getting to be a struggle,” Lippe said.

 
Small-school foe cashes in on Pirates’ mistakes PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 16:04

Perennial power Edgar uses 20-point third quarter to break open close game

An annoying drizzle made things unpleasant for the Port Washington Pirates in a nonconference football game last Friday.

So did a turnover-tainted performance against an opportunistic Edgar team that pulled away for a 42-7 win.


The loss won’t go on the record for Port, which scheduled the game after receiving a North Shore Conference forfeit from Nicolet, but it still didn’t sit well with Pirates coach John Bunyan.


“Our kids are playing hard, but we want to start winning some games,” said Bunyan, whose team has opened the season with four straight defeats.


“I keep telling my team not to worry about who we play but to take care of how we play.”


For two quarters, the host Pirates held their own against Edgar, a perennial Division 6 state power, and trailed by only 8-0 at halftime.


But things quickly unraveled in the third period.


After reaching the Wildcats’ 35 on its opening drive, Port lost possession on a fumbled handoff. On the next play, quarterback Kaleb Wolf threw a 62-yard touchdown pass to Camden Heidmann.

 
Voeller leads Random/Ozaukee girls to Rocket Invite title PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 15:56

Depth and speed carried the Random Lake/Ozaukee girls’ cross-country squad to its first win of the season Sept. 11.

Placing all five of its runners in the top 31 at the annual Cedar Grove-Belgium Rocket Invitational, the newly formed co-op team took the championship with 73 points.


That effort was four points better than runner-up Howards Grove and well ahead of third-place Winneconne’s 83.


Cedar Grove-Belgium was fourth with 86 points.


Sophomore Hannah Voeller led Random Lake/Ozaukee with a third-place time of 20 minutes, 42 seconds in the 5,000-meter race on the Paul Course.


Teammate Elise Large, a freshman, was fifth among teams with full lineups at 21:01.


Random Lake/Ozaukee’s other scoring finishes were Alicia Hartmann in 10th (21:59), Ashley Mullane in 24th (23:16) and Alicia Coeur in 31st (23:40).


Cedar Grove-Belgium was led by senior Lily Paul, whose second-place time of 19:52 trailed only champion Taryn Bosquez of Omro (19:29).


The Rockets’ other scoring finishes were Emily Sass in fourth (20:53), Elysia Hoopman in sixth (21:10), Maggie Turchinski in 12th (22:05) and Kaili Depies in 62nd (26:27).


“All ran good times and improved a lot in the last two weeks,” Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Les Paul said.

 
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