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Six Warriors advance to next mat challenge PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 18:12

Ozaukee wrestlers head to Div. 3 individual sectional along with CG-Belgium trio

The Ozaukee wrestling team didn’t get enough breaks to defeat host Random Lake in a WIAA Division 3 regional meet last Saturday, but the Warriors are sending six individuals to the next level this week.

Leading Ozaukee’s sectional qualifiers are regional champions Colton Kraus (113 pounds), Logan Smith (138), Ethan Brouillette (152) and Kevin Beckmann (160).

Also advancing for the Warriors with second-place finishes were Cole Large (120) and Colin Hughes (126).

Random Lake won the meet with 260 points and advances to the team sectionals. Rounding out the top five in the seven-team regional standings were Ozaukee (214), Oostburg (182), Kewaunee (136) and Cedar Grove-Belgium (114.5).

Two Cedar Grove-Belgium wrestlers qualified for the sectional. They are Alex May, who won the 285-pound title, and Greg Wenzel, who was second at 170.

 
Defense sets tone as Grafton girls pick up signature win over Bay PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 18:10

After being held to a season-low 19 points in a December loss at Whitefish Bay, the Grafton girls’ basketball team had to wait nearly two months for a shot at payback.

Although the Black Hawks didn’t exactly burn up the scoreboard, they regained their shooting touch enough to scorch Bay, 43-37, in a North Shore Conference rematch last Friday.

Grafton never trailed but had to withstand a fourth-quarter rally by the Blue Dukes that pulled them within one point with five minutes left.

Junior forward Amanda Hunt went 7-for-8 at the free-throw line in the final period to help seal the victory.

“We didn’t turn the ball over like we did in the first game against them, and that was a big difference,” said Grafton coach Steve Reinhardt, whose team improved its conference record to 7-5.

“We also stepped up defensively and didn’t give up many open shots.”

 
An even dozen for Port wrestlers PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 18:22

Four individual champions help Pirates slip past Cedarburg to win 12th consecutive league team title

That Port Washington won its 12th straight team championship in North Shore Conference wrestling last Saturday was no great surprise.

The Pirates’ slim margin of victory in the eight-team tournament at Homestead High School was a bit eye-opening, though.

“It was definitely tight all day,” said Port coach Angelo LaRosa, whose squad scored 201.5 points to slip past second-place Cedarburg (195).

“We were without several guys and needed every point we got. Everyone else had to step up.”

Port had four individual championships, with freshman Manny Rosado (106 pounds) and seniors Nate Schnell (145), Josh Meins (170) and Tyler Brown (182)
taking top honors.

However, injuries robbed the Pirates of standouts Zach Smith (120), Eli Rosado (138), Brandon Fleischman (152) and Quentin Lueck (160) and forced
LaRosa to juggle his lineup.

 
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