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Never-say-die Hawks pull out soccer win to remember PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 16:21

Late 2-0 deficit no sweat for Grafton boys as they rally to stun Slinger in double OT

Few things in sports are as exhilarating as a comeback win.

In fact, Grafton boys’ soccer coach Don Arnold didn’t hesitate to call his team’s 3-2 victory over Slinger in double overtime Sept. 6 one of its best ever.

“It was a fantastic win. The guys had to really dig down to pull that one out,” Arnold said.

“It will go down as one of the best wins in team history.”

Despite piling up a 35-9 edge in shots for the game, Grafton found itself trailing, 2-0, with 20 minutes left in regulation.

The host Owls appeared to be in control after scoring in the 42nd and 60th minutes.

However, the Black Hawks suddenly sharpened their shooting touch. In the 63rd minute, Willie McElligott scored off a ball sent into the box by Ben Lorge.

 
Game Hawks bow after tussle PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 September 2012 16:58

Grafton gives favored Bulldogs a fight but falls victim to big plays in loss

Mistakes in the form of penalties and turnovers didn’t hurt the Grafton Black Hawks on the football field last Friday.

Defensive miscues, including subpar tackling and missed assignments, were another matter.

Despite showing offensive spark and staying in contention most of the night, the host Hawks eventually fell to Cedarburg, 34-14, in a North Shore Conference game.

“We gave up some big plays that cost us,” said Grafton coach Ben Chossek, whose team trailed by only 21-7 at halftime before the Bulldogs slowly took charge.

“We got a touchdown late in the first half, and we were hoping to come out in the third quarter, score and get right back in the game. But Cedarburg has a strong football team. They came up with the plays when they needed to.”

The Hawks showed they are a much-improved team by hanging close to a foe that had beaten them badly the last three years — 56-0 in 2011, 49-6 in 2010 and 56-0 in 2009. However, Cedarburg again maintained the upper hand with a quick-strike scoring attack that produced four touchdown plays of 25 or more yards.


Tailback Hudson Walton did much of the damage by rushing for a game-high 223 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries. He provided both of the Bulldogs’ second-half touchdowns on runs of 25 and three yards, with the latter capping the scoring in the final two minutes.

Quarterback Mike Mojica threw two first-half touchdown passes for Cedarburg, including a 49-yard strike to Walton that gave their team a 21-0 lead with 3:27 left before intermission.

 
Michigan foe grounds Rockets PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 September 2012 16:55

Kingsford defense has final say against CG-Belgium in battle of football wills

Heading into last Friday’s game against Kingsford, Cedar Grove-Belgium football coach Chris Zablocki wasn’t sure how his team would fare in its first-ever meeting with a perennial power from Upper Michigan.

But he did know the Rockets would have their hands full in their 2012 home opener against a well-coached foe from a larger school with a strong football tradition.

“We played probably the best high school football team in Upper Michigan,” Zablocki said after seeing Kingsford hold on for a 20-7 win.

“They have a school twice our size and twice as many kids in their program, but we stayed with them. I was very proud of our kids. We showed we can play with anybody.”

Kingsford never trailed, building a 14-0 lead by halftime and withstanding a second-half rally by the host Rockets. The Flivvers’ defense successfully checked tailback Alex Giles, the centerpiece of Cedar Grove-Belgium’s ground game.

Giles, an all-state back who rushed for more than 2,600 yards last year, was held to 32 yards on 16 carries by a swarming Kingsford scheme that gave him little room to move.

 
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