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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 16:00
KYLE KIRST of Cedar Grove-Belgium went airborne during the triple-jump competition in a home meet last week.       Photo by Sam Arendt

CG-Belgium track teams get early season boost from field athletes in home meet


The Cedar Grove-Belgium boys’ and girls’ track and field squads scrapped their ways to third-place finishes in a six-school meet at home Monday.

The boys scored 106 points, trailing  Kohler (170) and Random Lake (143). Eastbrook Academy and Washington County Home School had 34 and 26 points, respectively.

In the girls’ portion of the meet, Cedar Grove-Belgium scored  86 points, trailing Random Lake (221) and Kohler (95). Eastbrook had 43 points, followed by Washington County Home School (34) and Elkhart Lake (3).

The Cedar Grove-Belgium boys were led by Zacke Lyons, who won the long jump (19 feet, 4 inches) and triple jump (41-6-3/4). Also for the Rockets, Joel Merritt won the 1,600-meter run in 4 minutes, 48 seconds, and Tyler Garcia won the 400 dash (57.83).

“It was a windy but comfortable day,” Rockets coach Les Paul said. “Our guys’ long and triple jumpers, Zacke and Kyle (Kirst) in particular, are showing some great consistency.”

Cedar Grove-Belgium got four second-place finishes in relay races — from the 3,200 team of Merritt, Alex Holle, Zach Johnson and Josh Beaudry (10:18.93); the 800 team of  Kirst, Logan Peterson, Lyons and Christian O’Donnell (1:41.34); the 400 team of Isaiah Garza, O’Donnell, Derek Lopez and Jake Weyker (50.65); and the 1,600 team of Merritt, Alex Claerbaut, Arjun Seghal and Garcia (3:59.25).

Winning for the Rocket girls were Molly Ison in the 400 dash (1:07.42), Kiera Depies in the 1,600 run (5:41.68) and the 1,600 relay team of Tammi Del Ponte, Ison, Erika Meinen and Jackie Bruggink (4:32.96).

Meinen took second in the 400 dash (1:07.67), as was the 800 relay team of Laura Lamers, Bruggink, Carina Deppiesse and Ashley Tarvas (2:02.83).

 
Rapid-fire approach keeps Lady Hawks on soccer roll PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 15:58
After seeing his team score a pair of shutout wins last week, Grafton girls’ soccer coach Don Arnold didn’t have much to complain about.


But that doesn’t mean the Black Hawks weren’t without flaws, Arnold was quick to note.

“We had two nice wins, but there is a lot of room for improvement,” he said of Grafton’s victories over University School and Kettle Moraine Lutheran.

“We had a ton of scoring opportunities, but we didn’t always make the most of them.”

Last Friday, the Hawks posted a 5-0 nonconference win at University School, raising their season record to 4-1. Despite the lopsided outcome, they didn’t take control until unleashing a four-goal flurry in the second half.

Junior midfielder Tess Safstrom put Grafton up, 1-0, in the 31st minute when she scored with an assist from Zoie Bauer.

In the second period, the Hawks got goals from Maddy Huibregste at 43 minutes, Hannah Eichler at 51 and Carley Pfannerstill at 67 and 72.

Huibregste and Bauer finished with two assists apiece, and Pfannerstill had one.

Grafton got off 39 shots to just five for University School but had trouble finding the net before intermission.

“If you get 20 to 30 shots and score five goals, that’s OK, but we weren’t finishing, especially in the first half,” Arnold said. “What was good was that we had a lot of different players scoring, which makes it hard
for teams to defend us.

“It’s still early in the season, and we’re going to continue to improve.”

 
Port, Grafton pull out softball wins PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 15:57

A late comeback lifted the Port Washington softball team to a 10-6, eight-inning win over host Cedarburg in a North Shore Conference game Monday.

Port trailed most of the contest and faced deficits of 3-0 and 6-2 before rallying with a pair of big innings.

After the Pirates scored four runs in the sixth to pull even at 6-6, the game moved into extra innings. They then pulled away with a four-run eighth.

Ali Bichler pitched a complete game for the win. She allowed nine hits, struck out nine batters and walked none.

Offensively, Port was led by Sam Wagner, who went 3-for-4 with an RBI.

Erin Livingston took the loss for Cedarburg despite going the distance. She struck out five and walked three.

Each team committed five errors.

The win improved the Pirates to 2-0 in conference play and 2-1 overall.

In another NSC game Monday, Grafton scored a 3-2 road win over Germantown.

The Black Hawks scored two runs in the second inning and another in the third to build a 3-0 lead and hung on the rest of the way.

Germantown scored runs in the third and fourth.

Aly Bartel outdueled Hannah Klebsadel for the victory. Each pitcher allowed only three hits.

Bartel struck out five and walked three. Klebsadel fanned 13 and walked six.

Grafton improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in league play.

 
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