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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 03 April 2013 16:41

With talent, experience and a record turnout, CG-B softball team is set to shine this spring

The Cedar Grove-Belgium High School softball program already hit a new high in 2013, and the season hasn’t even started.

Twenty-seven girls came out for the sport this spring, allowing the school to field varsity and junior-varsity teams for the first time.

Just three years ago, the Rockets had only 12 players.

“It just continues to get bigger. That’s a good thing,” Rockets coach Scott Soerens said.

Now in his fourth year, Soerens has led an entire class through the program, developing continuity.

This year, the Rockets have six returning starters, including three players who will share pitching duties — juniors Kasie Feind and Hannah Dirkse and sophomore Mandy Race.

“It’s a good thing to have. It makes for all the more competition in practice. Nice luxury,” Soerens said.


Feind earned All-Central Lakeshore Conference first-team honors last year as a utility player, and Race received honorable mention as an outfielder.

Kaylee Juhasz, one of three seniors entering their fourth varsity seasons, will be the Rockets’ starting catcher.

 
Veteran soccer talent has Rockets set to soar PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 03 April 2013 16:27

Senior-led girls’ team has skill, depth as it prepares for Central Lakeshore title chase

There is no shortage of skill and high expectations for the Cedar Grove-Belgium girls’ soccer team this spring.

Coming off of a 19-5-1 overall record and a 12-2, second-place finish in the Central Lakeshore Conference, the Rockets have plenty of veteran talent in their bid for another title shot.

Leading the pack are seven seniors, including three who received all-conference first-team honors last year: forward Halie Schieffer, midfielder Briana Weyker and goalkeeper Alyssa Schmitt.

Schieffer scored 25 goals and had 19 assists for the Rockets, who trailed only Howards Grove in the CLC standings.

Weyker had 16 goals and five assists and helped spark her team’s transition game.

Schmitt anchored a defense that posted 12 shutouts.

Cedar Grove-Belgium’s other top players include seniors Alex Buechler, Caitlin Hausner, Brooke Koepsell and Alyssa Sauer, junior Abby Vrubley and sophomore Ashli von Heimburg.

 
Winningest Warrior bids adieu PDF Print E-mail
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Written by DEBBIE HAMM   
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 17:42

Ozaukee’s LeMahieu retires after 31 years as head girls’ basketball coach

Nearly four decades after working the sidelines for the first time, Lee LeMahieu has decided to call it a career.

The longtime Ozaukee High School girls’ basketball coach, who spent 31 years as head of the Warriors’ varsity program, announced his retirement Monday, March 25.

“I’ve been fortunate to have had the opportunity to coach so many fine student athletes,” LeMahieu said.

LeMahieu’s retirement caps a career in which he helped shape the lives of young people in the classroom and sports. In addition to his basketball contributions, he was a math teacher at Ozaukee High School for 33 years, coached junior-varsity football for 27 years and served as athletic director.

Since retiring from teaching several years ago, LeMahieu has continued to work as a substitute teacher at the school.

As a coach, he has overseen two generations of student athletes, amassing a long list of accomplishments.

After two years coaching JV basketball, he became head of the varsity program in 1976-77. Fifteen seasons later, LeMahieu took a five-year break from coaching to spend more time with his family while his children were in high school.

He returned to the court for the 1997-98 season and remained with the varsity team through this season, when the Warriors went 16-8.

LeMahieu led the Ozaukee girls to nine Central Lakeshore Conference titles — an average of one every three years.

 
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