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Winning ways put Ice Hawks on cusp of hockey milestones PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 17:35
The Grafton/Port Washington hockey team is one win away from its best season ever, and coach Tony Rieck is one victory from a personal milestone.


The Ice Hawks racked up two more wins last weekend to improve their season record to 10-3-2.

They smoked Manitowoc, 9-3, at home Saturday, one day after edging St. John’s Military Academy, 2-1, on the road.

Grafton/Port has equaled its season-best victory total in the history of the decade-long program and is one win from giving Rieck his 100th victory as a high school hockey coach in Wisconsin.

Against Manitowoc at the Ozaukee Ice Center, the Hawks raced to a 4-0 lead after one period and led, 6-3, after two periods.

Grafton/Port’s season offensive leaders each provided a hat trick.

Junior Adam Schoenfeld had three goals and two assists, and senior Travis Sette had three goals and one assist.

Jordan Smith, Tim Grams and Scott Benson each added one goal and an assist. Steve Wick had one assist.

Goalie Chase Hollander made 32 saves.

On Friday, Rieck said, Grafton/Port did what it always does against St. John’s — play a close game.

The Hawks got one goal in each of the first two periods and hung on as St. John’s scored once in the second.

Sette and Grams each had a goal, and Wick had an assist. Hollander made 30 saves.

This weekend, the Hawks has two 7 p.m. road games. They will face Germantown at the Kettle Moraine Ice Arena on Friday and take on Greendale
Saturday at the Ponds of Brookfield.

On Jan. 25, Grafton/Port will play a 7:30 p.m. road game against Waupun.

 
It’s Pirates on a roll PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 18:08

PORT’S LUKE SCHUELLER tackled a behind-the-back challenge as he battled two Cedarburg players for the ball.
                                     Photo by Sam Arendt

Blue-collar effort against Dogs allows Port boys’ basketball team to stretch winning streak to three


Don’t look now, but the Port Washington boys’ basketball team is on a roll.


After failing to win consecutively the first four weeks of the season, the Pirates turned the trick last week with a pair of victories that gave them a much-needed shot of confidence.

By grinding past Cedarburg, 49-38, at home Friday, Port improved its second-place North Shore Conference record to 3-2 and stretched its win string to three games.

“We really worked hard,” Pirates coach John Bunyan said of his team, which had its hands full with the Bulldogs before pulling away in the second half.

“We gave them six or seven offensive rebounds in the first quarter, but then we shored it up. We weren’t getting any calls, but we kept working at it.”

Port emerged from a ragged first half with a 21-18 lead and asserted itself in the third quarter. Senior Luke Schueller sparked the surge by scoring eight of his 10 points during the period, including a basket that put the Pirates up, 30-22.

Cedarburg (1-4) pulled within 34-30 early in the fourth quarter on a pair of free throws by David Shepard, who scored a game-high 23 points.

However, Port countered with 11-4 run fueled by forward Shane Kennedy, who sat out much of the third period after being elbowed in the mouth.

Kennedy scored seven of his team-high 11 points in the fourth quarter, when the Pirates made 11 of 16 free throws. They finished 15-for-22 (68%) at the line after shooting just six free throws in the first half.

“We looked to get the ball inside more,” Bunyan said. “We got the ball to Shane and were able to get some layups and draw some fouls.”

Although Cedarburg trailed most of the night, it made things interesting by staying within striking distance. The Bulldogs held a 17-14 lead midway through the second quarter, but Port finished the period with a 7-1 run.

Port 65, Milwaukee Lutheran 60

A big second quarter allowed the Pirates to take control in a conference home win Jan. 4.

Port led by only 16-15 after one period but went on a 19-8 run that gave it a 35-23 advantage at halftime. The margin grew to 17 points in the third quarter before Lutheran mounted a futile rally in the final period.

Each team relied heavily on perimeter shooting and had seven three-point baskets. Guard Sawyer Mosley had a trio of threes for Port, which also got two apiece from Schueller and Joey Burbach.

Burbach, a sophomore, and junior Kyle Rismeyer shared scoring honors for the Pirates with 17 points apiece. Schueller and Mosley added 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Lutheran was led by Garrett Wenzelburger’s 24 points.

The Pirates will go after their fourth straight win this Friday when they travel to Homestead for a 7:30 p.m. game.

 
Heavy-duty Hawks: PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 18:02

Three-game challenge in four days leaves tired Grafton/Port hockey team 1-1-1

Grafton/Port Washington hockey coach Tony Rieck said his team should have gone 2-1 last week, but winning three games in four days was too much to ask.

Instead, the Ice Hawks went 1-1-1, capped by a 3-3 tie with Kenosha in a nonconference game last Friday at the Ozaukee Ice Center.

Grafton/Port was coming off a hard-fought loss the previous night and didn’t have much energy, Rieck said.

Each team scored a goal in each period and nothing in overtime.

“The night before (against Cedarburg) was a very, very physical and tough game,” Rieck said.

“Kenosha was definitely a team that we should have beat. We just didn’t have any gas left.”

Senior Tyler Sass scored two goals for the Hawks, and Adam Schoenfeld had one. Travis Sette, Steve Wick and Scott Benson each had one assist.

Rieck said Schoenfeld and Wick are continuing to play well, though Wick’s name won’t show up in the box score as much as his teammates.

“He does the dirty work to get the other guys the goals but doesn’t need all the glory,” Rieck said.

The draw left the Hawks with an 8-3-2 overall record.

Cedarburg 6, Grafton/Port 1

The Hawks had a strong start, but their depleted lineup couldn’t keep pace in a North Shore Conference makeup game Jan. 6 at the Ozaukee Ice Center.

Rieck said his team played well in the first period but was outskated and outshot the rest of the way.

Benson scored the Hawks’ goal.

The win gave the Bulldogs a 1-0 conference mark and left them 5-6-1 overall.

Grafton/Port fell to 1-2 in league play but has the best overall record of the five NSC teams.

Grafton/Port 4, Oshkosh 1

The Hawks got two goals in the second period and outscored their opponent, 2-0, in the third to seal a nonconference victory in a makeup game at home Jan. 4.

Senior Zach Wilson had two goals, Jordan Smith had a goal and an assist, and Tim Grams scored once.

Schoenfeld, the team points leader, had two assists, and Benson contributed another.

Junior goalie Chase Hollander made 28 saves.

This weekend, the Hawks will take aim at equalling their season-best total of 10 wins with a pair of games. They will play St. John’s Military Academy at 6:15 p.m. Friday at the Eble Ice Arena and host Manitowoc at 9 p.m. Saturday.

Although St. John’s is 0-12, Rieck said the Lakers always play his team tough. The Hawks won, 4-2, when the teams met Dec. 17. Manitowoc has a 2-9-1 record.

Two seasons ago, in Rieck’s first year as their coach, the Hawks had 10 wins, the most in their decade-long program.

“We’re plugging away,” Rieck said. “I like the way things are going and the progress we’re making.”

 
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