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Team finish aside, Hawks soar in All-NSC soccer vote PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 15:21

It’s not often that a fourth-place team in Wisconsin’s toughest high school soccer conference receives the lion’s share of postseason honors.

Consider the Grafton Black Hawks among the chosen few this spring.

Their girls’ squad had four players named to the All-North Shore Conference first team in a recent vote of coaches.

Representing Grafton are forward Carley Pfannerstill, midfielder Emma Fatla, defender Gabi Kuester and goalkeeper Alissa Viste, all seniors.

Despite taking fourth in the league with a 4-3 record, the Hawks had twice as many first-team honorees as any other team, including champion Cedarburg.

“To be in the middle of the standings and have that many players on the first team shows that we’ve gotten some respect,” Grafton coach Don Arnold said.

 
Young talent shines in All-CLC soccer PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 15:13

CG-Belgium, Ozaukee underclassmen stand tall in conference coaches’ vote

One of the area’s top girls’ soccer teams and its best offensive player received their dues in this season’s All-Central Lakeshore Conference voting.

Cedar Grove-Belgium, led by junior forward Halie Schieffer, had three players awarded first-team honors, one named to the second team and two given honorable mention in the coaches’ balloting.

Schieffer was a unanimous first-team choice for the Rockets, who are also represented on the squad by forward Briana Weyker and goalkeeper Alyssa Schmit.
Other members of the top team include two Ozaukee players, midfielder Katie Bares and forward Natalie Clark.

Schieffer scored 25 goals and had 19 assists for the Rockets, who placed second in the CLC with a 12-2 record and were 19-5-1 overall.

 
Bounce back in order for Warriors PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 14:49

Rebound remedy sought by Ozaukee baseball team after rough loss to Oostburg tightens league title chase

After playing Oostburg tough in 7-5 and 7-4 losses earlier this season, the Ozaukee Warriors had every reason to believe they could pull out a win in a Central Lakeshore Conference baseball rematch at home last Friday.

First-place Oostburg had other ideas, though.

The Flying Dutchmen scored early and often, hitting the ball hard and cashing in on seven Ozaukee errors, to post a 19-8 victory in six innings.

“It wasn’t our night. Oostburg played well, we made some errors, and that was the ball game,” said Ozaukee coach Bob Kiefer, whose team saw its three-game winning streak end on Parents Night but remains in the thick of the CLC title chase.

The game was tied at 2-2 after one inning, but Oostburg steadily pulled away by scoring in each frame. After a three-run second, the Dutchmen used an eight-run third to build a 14-2 lead.

The Warriors made things interesting by collecting six runs in their half of the third but were unable to score the rest of the way against a pair of Oostburg relief pitchers.

Oostburg outhit the Warriors, 14-7. Ozaukee was led at the plate by Owen Miller and Patrick Kroening with two hits apiece.

 
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