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Port finds consolation in bounceback victory PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Tuesday, 31 December 2013 15:45

Pirate boys regroup to take 3rd place at tourney after tough semifinal loss

A split decision left the Port Washington boys’ basketball team with third-place honors at the Tim Reuter Showcase in Pewaukee last weekend.

Jumping ahead early and slowly pulling away, Port secured a 51-38 win over a solid West Bend East squad in the consolation game of the four-team tournament.


Besides improving the Pirates’ season record to 6-5, the victory gave them a lift after a hard-fought, 62-55 loss to Pewaukee in Friday’s semifinals.


Balanced scoring and long-range shooting helped the Pirates take control against East (7-3). Junior guard Matthew Kirmse led Port with 12 points, and Sam Weiland and Patrick McDonald added 10 and eight, respectively.


Kirmse’s total included three of the Pirates’ nine three-point baskets. Weiland and McDonald each had a pair of threes.


Port controlled the tempo with a season-best defensive effort that limited East to 12 or fewer points in each quarter.

 
Marshall’s strong show gives Grafton a mat lift PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 31 December 2013 15:42

Senior’s 3rd-place finish sets pace for Black Hawks in On the Water tournament

Alex Marshall continued to set the pace for the Grafton High School wrestling team at the annual Lourdes On the Water Classic in Oshkosh last weekend.

The senior, who was the Black Hawks’  lone state qualifier last season, turned in their top tournament finish by placing third in the 220-pound weight class.


After receiving a first-round bye, Marshall pinned his next three opponents before being pinned by undefeated Dallas Wanta of West Allis Hale in the semifinals. Wanta (20-0) scored a fall in 5 minutes, 2 seconds.


Marshall bounced back to win his last two matches, including a 4:20 pin of Coleman’s C.J. Pillath and a 7-0 decision over Kimberly’s Drew Tomasovic in the third-place final.


The tournament left Marshall with a 17-3 season record.


Grafton scored 75 points, good for 33rd place in the 59-team field. Coleman won the team title with 321.5 points, 3.5 more than Wittenberg-Birnamwood.


Rounding out the top five were Random Lake (293.5), Cedarburg (270.5) and Oshkosh West (237).

 
Smith seizes the day at Marty Loy PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 December 2013 14:23

Junior’s title-winning effort sets pace for Port wrestlers in Fond du Lac tournament

Zach Smith continued his impressive start to the wrestling season by reaching the top at the Marty Loy Classic in Fond du Lac last Saturday.

The Port Washington junior scored four straight wins, including three by pin, to win the 126-pound weight class in the 24-team tournament.


Smith, who improved to 10-1, won his first three matches by fall, including a pin of Manitowoc Lincoln’s Jose Acosta in 5 minutes, 16 seconds, in the semifinals. In the title match, Smith defeated Random Lake’s Jon Mudlaff, 4-2.


The latter two wins were particularly impressive because Acosta and Mudlaff came into the tournament undefeated.


“It was a really good meet for Zach,” Port coach Angelo LaRosa said. “He had to beat some really tough wrestlers to win it. This is the best I’ve ever seen him wrestle. ”


Port finished 11th in the team standings with 107.5 points. Sauk Prairie won the title with 184.5 points, and Random Lake was second with 166. Menomonie (150.5) and Hudson (142) rounded out the top four.


“This was probably the toughest the Marty Loy tournament has been in the eight years I’ve been going to it (as coach),” LaRosa said. “There were a lot of excellent wrestlers there.”


Port had three other top-five individual finishes, including a second by Quentin Lueck at 152 pounds.


Lueck, a senior, won his first three matches, including a 7-5, overtime decision over Bryce Bennot of Wautoma/Wild Rose in the semifinals before losing to Sauk Prairie’s Austin Powell, 8-3, in the final. Lueck has a 9-2 season record. Bennot was the state’s top-ranked Division 2 wrestler in the weight class.

 
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