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Junior achievement puts Hunt on top PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 12:30

Pitching, hitting talent earns Grafton standout NSC Player of Year award

Most area softball fans probably expected Grafton’s Amanda Hunt to be one of the top pitchers in the North Shore Conference this spring.

How many were sure the junior would win Player of the Year honors in a league traditionally dominated by senior talent is another question.


Hunt eliminated all doubt, though, by excelling with her arm and bat on the way to the NSC’s top individual award in a vote of coaches.


Coming off all-league second-team honors last year, Hunt became a first-team pitcher this season. She posted a 7-3 record with a microscopic 0.64 earned-run average in NSC play.


In 66 innings, Hunt struck out 73 and walked 16.


At the plate, Hunt was nearly as impressive. She batted .419 with a .605 slugging average, had a homer, triple and three doubles and led Grafton with 15 runs batted in.


“Amanda had a solid season,” Grafton coach Ken Hunt said of his daughter.


“As a pitcher, she really improved her control. She was always around the dish with her pitches.”


Amanda Hunt’s leadership was crucial to the Black Hawks, whose 10-4 league record was good for second place.


Champion Germantown (14-0) grabbed the lion’s share of the postseason honors by having three players named to the All-NSC first team and two selected for the second team.

 
Germantown’s big first inning throttles Pirates PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 12:26

The hot bats of a first-place foe were too much for the Port Washington baseball team in a North Shore Conference game Monday.

Host Germantown scored seven runs in the first inning and rolled to a 12-4 win over the Pirates.

Port held a brief 2-0 lead before the Warhawks batted.

Germantown, which improved to 7-2 in NSC play, outhit Port, 11-8. Jordan Kuczynski led the Warhawks with a 3-for-4 effort and three RBI.

Sam Lepak was 2-for-3 with a double for the Pirates (0-12).

In another NSC game Monday, Grafton was blanked by Slinger, 4-0.

John Sprayberry limited the host Black Hawks to four hits, striking out six and walking four.

Slinger (7-6) scored two runs in the first inning and two runs in the fifth. Jake Bjorklund had a triple and two RBI for the Owls.

Brad Parsons was 2-for-3 for Grafton (4-8).

In a Central Lakeshore Conference game Monday, Ozaukee edged Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, 2-1.

The game was scoreless through four innings. After host Ozaukee took a 1-0 lead in the fifth, both teams scored once in the sixth.

Lee Wysocki pitched the final two innings in relief for the win.

Jeremy Wichmann was 2-for-3 to lead Ozaukee, which improved its league mark to 7-3.

 
Sweet finish to a dream season PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 15:50

Bares-fueled surges, hard-nosed defense carry Ozaukee team to eye-opening state soccer title

With a four-year goal of reaching the state level already realized, Katie Bares, Erika Karrels and Mickey Burns weren’t about to stop.

The trio of Ozaukee seniors and a strong supporting cast didn’t just advance to the WIAA Division 3 girls’ state soccer tournament last weekend, they
ruled it.

One day after knocking off last year’s state champion, the Warriors throttled Prairie School, 3-1, to claim a championship of their own Saturday at Uihlein
Soccer Park in Milwaukee.

Ozaukee combined a defensive shell that budged but rarely broke with an opportunistic offense to claim its fourth WIAA title in six state trips.

“I’m really excited and happy. It was a great way to end the season,” Burns said.

“It’s just amazing, ending my senior year with this. It’s just been a really fun year,” said Bares, who scored twice, including a goal worthy of a
“Sportscenter” highlight reel.

“Crazy,” Karrels said. “For the seniors, I’m glad we went out the way we did and I’m really proud of them.”

Entering the title game, Ozaukee (21-1-2) had made a habit of grabbing early leads in playoff games and then buckling down defensively. The strategy —
which Warriors coach Eric Liebergen called the “Dick Bennett style of soccer” in tribute to the former University of Wisconsin basketball coach — resulted
in hair-pulling, heart-racing pressure that paid off.

Saturday was no different, but it came with a twist, thanks to two Ozaukee co-captains.

 
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