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Written by MARK JAEGER   
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 17:16

Grafton girls use tough defense to take control in impressive NSC victory

The girls’ teams from Grafton and Port Washington may have been billed as the open act for a coed basketball doubleheader last Friday, but host Grafton showed it
was intent on being the headliner.

The result was a 46-21 win for the Black Hawks.

“Nothing we do comes easy,” said Grafton coach Steve Reinhardt, whose team rolled to its third consecutive win.

“We played great team defense in the first three quarters, and that took the wind out of Port.”

Grafton played a steady game from the start, taking an 11-5 lead by the end of the first quarter.

The Hawks continued to play dogged defense the rest of the half and held a 20-7 lead at intermission.

 
Shorthanded mat lineup no problem for Pirates PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 17:14

Even with injuries, illness, Port wrestling team sticks it to Germantown in NSC meet

Once the Port Washington High School wrestling team gets healthy, look out.

Despite having to battle through an illness-ridden season, the Pirates have their sights set on another North Shore Conference title.

On Jan. 10, Port dismantled Germantown, 57-21, for an impressive home victory.

“A lot of guys are wrestling really well right now. Some guys that aren’t in the varsity lineup stepped up,” Pirates coach Angelo LaRosa said.

Germantown was expected to be one of Port’s toughest challenges in its quest to win a 12th straight NSC team title.

The Pirates got pins from Nick Michalowski (106 pounds), Manny Rosado (113), John Wick (120), Noah Rosado (126), Brandon Moeller (138), Quinten Lueck (160), Josh Meins (170) and Tyler Brown (182).

Meins, a senior, was honored at the meet for earning his 100th career victory at the Cheesehead Invitational the previous week.

 
Healthy Street makes all the difference PDF Print E-mail
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Written by DEBBIE HAMM   
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 18:05

Warriors impressive in pair of home wins; Ozaukee improves CLC record to 5-2

Center Steve Street was slowed by illness in the Ozaukee boys’ basketball team’s final two games before the holiday break.

But if last week was any indication, the senior standout is back to full strength. He led the Warriors to a pair of home victories with impressive performances.

After scoring 19 points in a nonconference win Jan. 3, Street had 23 points and 18 rebounds in a 51-33 victory over Random Lake in Central Lakeshore Conference
play Friday.

In addition to his strong offensive work, Street sparked the Warriors’ defensive effort by holding Aaron Rathke, Random Lake’s top scoring threat, in check.

Street “played fantastic,” said Ozaukee coach Isaiah Ketterhagen, whose team improved to 5-2 in the conference and 8-3 overall.

“He finished around the hoop, held Aaron Rathke to nine points, had three blocked shots and altered many others,” Ketterhagen said.

Ozaukee held a 10-5 lead after one quarter, stretched the margin to 24-13 by halftime and owned a 34-18 cushion after three periods.

“I think we took a nice step forward. It is tough to come back from a game the night before and get it going, but we did,” Ketterhagen said.

Owen Miller and Andy Richter each had 10 points for the Warriors.

 
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