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OHS seniors lead seven local wrestlers to Div. 3 state meet PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 20 February 2013 17:57

Ozaukee seniors Ethan Brouillette and Logan Smith are headed to the WIAA state individual wrestling tournament for a combined seventh time this week.

That’s not a typo. Brouillette qualified for the Madison finals for the fourth straight year by winning a Division 3 sectional title at 152 pounds in Cedar Grove-Belgium last Saturday, and Smith (138) earned his third consecutive state trip by placing second.

This year, the pair will be accompanied by three teammates — juniors Colton Kraus (113), Cole Large (120) and Kevin Beckmann (160).

Among the other local state qualifiers are Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Alex May (285) and Greg Wenzel (170).

The top three finishers in each sectional weight class advanced to the state level.  

Brouillette, who missed most of this season due to a shoulder injury, shook off the rust to claim his title. He improved his season record to 17-2 by winning three matches, including a 17-5 major decision over Johnson Creek’s Garret Gross in the first-place final.

 
CG-Belgium starts fast, Warriors finish stronger PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 20 February 2013 17:55

Rockets’ big first quarter not enough as Ozaukee rallies for CLC road victory

Fast starts can be deceiving.

Just ask the Cedar Grove-Belgium girls’ basketball team, which saw a strong first quarter fade into a frustrating Central Lakeshore Conference loss to Ozaukee on Feb. 14.

After racing to an 11-1 lead, the host Rockets couldn’t sustain their shooting touch and were handed a 41-32 defeat on Senior Night.

“We made some early shots and played good defense in the first quarter but then went cold,” Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Nate DePagter said.

“We didn’t allow a field goal in the first period, but we didn’t score for the first four minutes of the second quarter. It was very frustrating.”

Ozaukee, which improved its CLC record to 10-5, got back into contention with regular trips to the free-throw line. The Warriors had only two baskets in the first half but went 9-for-13 on foul shots and pulled within 15-13 by intermission.

“We had a tough first half offensively, but played good defense and got to the line, which kept us close,” Ozaukee coach Lee LeMahieu said. “In the second half, we shot better and had only four turnovers.”

 
Sectional pool test a breeze for Hawks PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 18:14

Seven first-place finishes in Plymouth challenge pave Grafton boys’ road to state swimming and diving meet

You couldn’t have asked for a much bigger splash than the one made by the Grafton boys’ swimming and diving team last Saturday at Plymouth High School.

Winning seven events and turning in state-qualifying performances at nearly every turn, the Black Hawks churned to their first-ever WIAA sectional team championship in a Division 2 meet.
“I’m ecstatic. It was quite the day,” said Grafton coach Mark Minz, who saw his squad score 378 points and hold off Plymouth, which was second with 338.

“I knew we had a chance to do well, and everything fell into place for us. We had great time drops, and everyone stepped up for us.”

When it was all done, Grafton had 10 individual performances and all three of its relay teams qualify for this week’s state meet.

As he has done throughout his career, senior Al Nennig led the Hawks’ charge by winning two races in impressive fashion. Nennig placed first in the 50-yard freestyle (21.61 seconds) and the 100 backstroke (52.55) and will return to state with the top-seeded times in both events.

In the backstroke, Nennig’s time was more than two seconds faster than runner-up Jan Hansen of Beaver Dam (54.69).

The Hawks also got wins from Kieran Paddock in the 200 individual medley (2:10.44); Brad Kempka in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.33); Tyler Kish in the 500 freestyle (5:22.12); the 200 medley relay of Kish, Nennig, Paddock and Bailey Bodart (1:43.53); and the 200 freestyle relay of Ben Gosselin, Bodart, Kempka and Nennig (1:29.63).

 
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