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Port edged in volleyball battle; CG-B nips Warriors PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 14:28

The Port Washington volleyball team did its best but couldn’t spoil Whitefish Bay’s Senior Night in a North Shore Conference match Oct. 8.

The Pirates won the first set, 25-21, but lost the next three, 25-12, 25-16, 25-20.

Caitlin Schultz and Hanna Strohm each had 12 kills for Port.

The Pirates’ other leaders were Sarah Maechtle with 26 assists, Erica Rismeyer with five aces and Maggie Schmit with 15 digs.

“Our serve receive did well for the majority of the night, and we also played good defense,” Port coach Todd Lyon said.

“Our difficulty was extending rallies and winning the crucial rallies. Our girls are still learning how to finish and win sets that we stay close in.

“Players are gaining valuable experience now to help us for a run in the conference tournament and also getting ready for the WIAA tournament.”

This week, the Pirates played Germantown on Tuesday and will participate in the conference tournament Saturday at Nicolet High School.

Tuesday’s match included recognition of the Pirates’ four senior players: Maechtle, Krista Kelling, Angie Wick and Hannah Lilly.

On Oct. 22, Port will open WIAA Division 2 regional play.

Pack attack leaves Pirates just shy PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 14:23

Strong group running helps Port boys to 2nd at annual home invitational; CG-B leads local girls’ teams

A tight pack effort almost carried the Port Washington boys’ cross-country team to top honors at the annual Port Invitational on Oct. 10.


Despite having only 47 seconds separate their first and fifth scoring runners, the Pirates had to settle for the runner-up spot in the overall standings.

Led by junior Eagan Norman’s fourth-place time of 16 minutes, 40 seconds on a 5,000-meter course at Tendick Park in the Town of Saukville, Port scored 54 points.

West Bend West won the 16-team meet with 45 points. Rounding out the top five teams were Menomonee Falls in third with 114 points, Cedarburg (123) and New Berlin Eisenhower (134).

“I thought we ran solid, but our top four didn’t do as well as they could have,” Port boys’ coach Mark Pasten said.

“West has a good team. They were missing their top runner, but their top runners were just a little faster than ours.”

Rounding out the Pirates’ scoring runs were Nick Michalowski in sixth (16:46), Billy Ernest in 11th (17:09), Taylor Godersky in 13th (17:15) and Lucas Bischoff in 20th (17:27).

Port’s other finishes were Andrew Cashin in 23rd (17:32) and Tom Knowski in 27th (17:43).

Aric Miller won the meet in 16:19 for West Bend West, whose scoring finishers were all in the top 15 in a field of 114 runners. The Spartans were missing their best runner, Alex Miller, due to illness.

Among other local teams, Cedar Grove-Belgium was 12th with 316 points.

Hawks come through in the clutch PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 15:35

Benzschawel’s TD catch, Teich’s interception make overtime pay for Grafton in 7-0 conference win at Port

A thing of beauty it wasn’t.

But for the Grafton football team, last Friday’s 7-0 win in an overtime tussle at Port Washington couldn’t have been more satisfying.

Not only did the Black Hawks emerge on top in a game where mistakes outnumbered big plays, they did so with dramatic flair.

After the teams stumbled through four scoreless quarters on a foggy night, tight end Beau Benzschawel gave the Hawks all the points they needed on their lone overtime possession.

On third down, the 6-foot-6 senior outleaped a Port defender and snared a 13-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Choo Weisflog in the right rear corner of the end zone.

“I made a move to the inside and cut outside. Choo put the ball up there for me just right,” Benzschawel said.

Port still had a chance to tie or win on its possession. However, when quarterback Ben Schueller tried a similar third-down pass for receiver Darius Will at the same spot in the end zone, Grafton defensive back Alex Teich was waiting.

With the ball slightly underthrown, Teich managed to outwrestle Will for the ball and cradle it as he hit the ground with a game-ending interception.

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