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Solid defense, steady scoring help CG-B boys tame Rams PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 18:05

Strong defense and steady scoring gave the Cedar Grove-Belgium boys’ basketball team a winning combination in Central Lakeshore play last week.

Sparked by 14 points apiece from Spencer Bares and Adam Chier, the Rockets surged to a 48-36 home win over Random Lake on Jan. 15.

“Adam and Spencer both played real solid games,” Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Jim Meinen said.

“Adam has really been coming around in the last three weeks, and Spencer has been pretty steady.”

The Rockets, whose three league wins this season include two over Random Lake, held a 9-7 lead after one quarter. A seven-point edge in the second period stretched their advantage to 25-16 by halftime.

 
Forfeits seal fate of Ozaukee foes PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 18:01

Gift points help Warriors breeze past CG-Belgium, Elkhart Lake in CLC meets

Forfeits became a way of life for the Ozaukee and Cedar Grove-Belgium wrestling teams last week.

When the squads met in a Central Lakeshore Conference meet Jan. 15, host Ozaukee received seven forfeits in a 51-28 victory.

“I think that score should have been a lot tighter. We gave them 42 points,” Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Trevor Peterson said.

With Ozaukee’s Colton Kraus sidelined due to illness, Peterson said he was hoping for a win by pin or technical fall at 113 pounds. Instead, Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Isaac Brockman won a 15-2 major decision over Jacob Wagner.

At 132, Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Devon Villareal led Taz Gottsacker by two points  before Gottsacker pinned him with one minute left in the match.

 
Bragging rights go to hearty Hawks PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MARK JAEGER   
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 17:18

Determined Grafton boys ride big 2nd quarter to hard-fought win over Port in North Shore showdown

Fortunately for the Grafton boys’ basketball team, games are longer than one quarter.

Coach Bob Maronde’s squad found itself down early at home in a showdown with North Shore Conference rival Port Washington last Friday.

But teamwork and determination helped Grafton overcome the deficit and score a 55-44 victory.

“I was extremely pleased with the way my team played,” Maronde said.

“It seemed like the first time this season, we played together like a team. Port hit some shots early and we missed some shots, putting us down, 9-2, but I wasn't
worried.

“I could tell the guys knew what we had to do, and they did it.”

Port coach Brian Hebein called the showdown “an extremely physical contest on both sides.”

“It was a classic Port-Grafton game where everyone was diving for loose balls.”

Port started the game poised and took an 11-6 lead into the second quarter.

 
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