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Second-half soccer rally lifts CG-B past Ozaukee PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 26 September 2012 16:48

Beaudry’s goal gives Rockets final word in hard-fought home win over upstart Warriors

A second-half rally allowed the Cedar Grove-Belgium boys’ soccer team to escape with a 3-2 win over Ozaukee in Central Lakeshore Conference play Sept. 20.

Host Cedar Grove-Belgium celebrated the Senior and Parents Night game by grabbing a 1-0 lead on an early goal by Alex Romanini.

Ozaukee drew even quickly when Bradd Lemke scored. However, the Rockets countered with a goal by John Schmidt, assisted by Romanini, and took a 2-1 lead into halftime.

Ozaukee showed its fight by tying the game when Sean Murphy scored midway through the second period.

But Cedar Grove-Belgium had the final word. The Rockets got the winning goal from Josh Beaudry, assisted by Jon Schmidt.

The victory improved Cedar Grove-Belgium to 4-4 in CLC play and 6-7 overall. Ozaukee fell to 0-9 in the conference and 0-15 overall.

 
Gritty Pirates pass cliff-hanger test PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 16:43

Port football team overcomes miscues, Nicolet rally to secure much-needed win in conference home opener

The Port Washington Pirates wouldn’t have received high marks for artistic merit last Friday night at Al Urness Field.

But the only numbers that counted in a hard-fought football game glowed brightly on the scoreboard: Port 28, Nicolet 21.

“It was a much-needed win, that’s for sure,” said Pirates coach John Bunyan, whose team used a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to prevail in a seesaw North Shore Conference contest.

“We made some mistakes, but the kids played hard. It was a great night to play some football, and it was an exciting game.”

The Pirates, who were coming off a shutout loss to Homestead in their league opener, put themselves in position twice to take control of an upstart Nicolet team on Parents Night.

Each time, the Knights fought back.

Port built a 14-3 lead in the first half only to have Nicolet rally for a 14-14 tie at intermission.  

In the fourth quarter, the Pirates surged ahead, 28-14. After quarterback Aidan Wojciehowski threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Darius Will, who made a leaping catch in the end zone, Port appeared to put the game out of reach when Marty Franzkowiak broke free for a 69-yard scoring run with 6 minutes, 26 seconds left.

 
Big plays leave Hawks hanging PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 16:41

Homestead’s quick-strike scores take toll on Grafton football team that shows fight but can’t keep pace

Scoring points wasn’t a big problem for the Grafton football team when it tangled with the Homestead juggernaut last Friday night.

Maintaining control of the ball wasn’t either.

Giving up big plays was another matter.

Although the host Black Hawks enjoyed their most productive offensive show of the season, they had no answer for a quick-strike Homestead attack led by quarterback Jake Laihinen.

Laihinen completed 11 of 13 passes for 211 yards and five touchdowns as the Highlanders rolled to a 58-20 win in a North Shore Conference game.

“We knew Homestead has a very good team. Every time we made a mistake, they made us pay for it big time,” Grafton coach Ben Chossek said.

 
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