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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 16:25
GAVIN LANCELLO (center) had an assist to help the Grafton/Port Washington hockey team defeat Barron/Chetek on Monday for its sixth win in eight games.    Photo by Sam Arendt

Fast start helps propel Grafton/Port hockey team past Barron/Chetek in opening game of Baldwin tournament

Productive offense and steady defense gave the Grafton/Port Washington hockey team a victory in the opening game of a three-day tournament in Baldwin on Monday.

Adam Schoenfeld, a junior forward,  scored twice and had one assist to lead the Ice Hawks past Barron/Chetek, 5-3, at the United Civic Center.


Senior forward Travis Sette scored his team-leading 10th goal of the season for the Hawks, who also got one goal apiece from senior Zach Wilson and
sophomore Tim Grams.

In addition to Schoenfeld, Grafton/Port got assists from Wilson, Grams, Steve Wick, Gavin Lancello and Joe Benson.

Goalie Chase Hollander, a junior, helped preserve the win by making 37 saves.

After jumping to a 2-0 lead in the first period, the Hawks played the Golden Bears even the rest of the way.

Barron/Chetek was outshot, 29-18, in the first two periods but stayed in contention with a 19-11 edge in shots in the final period.

The victory improved the Hawks’ season record to 6-1-1.

Through Monday, Schoenfeld led the team with 18 points, followed by Sette and Wilson with 15 and 11, respectively.

Grafton/Port was scheduled to play Cedarburg at the Ozaukee Ice Center on  Dec. 23, but the game was postponed  due to injuries and illness. No makeup date has been announced.

The Hawks — a co-op team that includes players from Milwaukee Lutheran as well as Grafton and Port — continued play this week with games at the
Baldwin tournament Tuesday and Wednesday.

Their next game will be Tuesday, Jan. 4, when they host Oshkosh at 5:30 p.m. at the Ozaukee Ice Center.

 
Hot start, big win for well-balanced Warriors PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Debbie Hamm   
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 16:07
PAT KROENING rose over Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Luke Kaat for two of his 12 points in Ozaukee’s 66-54 victory.         Photos by Sam Arendt

Ozaukee boys use 27-point first quarter, shared scoring to down Rockets, improve to 5-1


A huge opening quarter propelled the Ozaukee boy’s basketball team to a 66-54 win over visiting Cedar Grove-Belgium last week.

Racing to a 27-14 lead in the first eight minutes, the Warriors were never seriously threatened in the Central Lakeshore Conference contest Dec. 23.

The lead grew to 44-23 by halftime, after which the Rockets managed to whittle the margin with a fourth-quarter rally.

“We struggled defensively early in the game, and Ozaukee was shooting the ball well,” Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Jim Meinen said.

“Their guards were breaking us down on the drive and had some nice assists.”

The Rockets got a game-high 20 points from senior guard Weston Meinen, but Ozaukee used a balanced scoring attack to take control.

In the first quarter, the Warriors shot 72% from the field  (13 of 18).

“I really liked how we came out,” Ozaukee coach Isaiah Ketterhagen said. “We came out ready to play and shot the ball extremely well.

“We picked up our defense in the second quarter and were able to extend our lead.”

CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM’S Weston Meinen faced a formidable defensive obstacle in the form of Ozaukee’s Stephen Street. Five Warriors each finished with at least eight points to help their team improve to 5-1 in league play.

Guard Alex Janke sparked Ozaukee with 16 points, including a pair of three-point baskets, and forward Eric Hartnett had 13.

Also for the Warriors, Pat Kroening and Stephen Street each had 12 points and Matt Henke added eight.

Coach Meinen said his team’s inexperience, especially in the backcourt, helped Ozaukee grab its quick lead.

“Other than Weston, we are pretty young and haven’t had a lot of varsity experience,” he said. “We have some things to work on defensively.

“We fell behind early, but after the first 12 or 14 minutes, we started to do things better. We didn’t fold and made a decent run at them.”

Cedar Grove-Belgium, which fell to 4-2 in league play, got 16 points from Jon Herzog and nine from Kyle Kirst.

Meinen scored 10 of his points in the final period

“I thought we began to coast a little after the first quarter, and that came back to bite us in the fourth quarter,” Ketterhagen said.

“Weston Meinen gave us all we could handle. He is very crafty getting to and around the hoop, and he went to work on us in the fourth.”

The Warriors resumed play this week at the WisHoops Shoot Out at Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon. They faced Milwaukee Messmer on
Tuesday and Burlington Catholic Central on Wednesday.

Ozaukee will return to conference play Jan. 4 at Elkhart Lake.

Cedar Grove-Belgium’s next game is also Jan. 4 when it hosts Random Lake.
 
A spirited rally but too many miscues PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 22 December 2010 21:11

 Second-half comeback can’t rescue Port boys in home-opening loss to Bay

 

A few things were amiss last Friday night in the Port Washington High School  gymnasium.

Things like sharp free-throw shooting, crisp ball handling and foul-free defense.

Amid all the miscues that marred play for both teams, the Pirates still had a shot at a come-from-behind victory in their home opener against Whitefish Bay.

It wasn’t until Joey McIlree’s three-point attempt in the closing seconds bounced off the rim that Port was saddled with a 55-52 loss in a tense North Shore Conference game.

The Pirates trailed, 37-20, early in the second half before launching a long, steady rally. They pulled within 53-52 on two free throws by Luke Schueller with 21 seconds left, but a turnover helped derail the comeback.

“Turnovers really hurt us. That’s been a big problem all season so far,” said Port coach John Bunyan, whose team fell to 1-2 in NSC play and 2-4 overall.
“We may be playing a bit too fast. We’ve just got to do a better job of protecting the ball.”

The shaky ball handling was the chief cause of the Pirates’ big deficit. After trailing, 29-20, at halftime, they came out cold and saw Bay score the first eight points of the third quarter.

Three-point baskets by Ron Patten and Kelin Johnson sparked the Blue Dukes’ third-period flurry.

After a timeout, the Pirates finally started clicking. They outscored Bay, 14-2, in the final five minutes of the quarter to pull within 39-34 entering the fourth period.

The teams traded points throughout the final eight minutes, with Port slicing its deficit to 52-50 with 40 seconds left on a basket by Shane Kennedy.

Although the Pirates had three chances to pull even, their possessions ended in a missed layup, turnover and McIlree’s errant three-pointer.

Port struggled at the free-throw line, making just 17 of 28 attempts (61%). Bay was even worse, shooting 53% (16 of 30).

Both teams committed 22 fouls.

Kennedy, a senior forward, and Sawyer Mosley, a junior guard, shared team-high scoring honors with 16 points.

Patten had 17 points to lead Bay (1-2 in the conference, 2-5 overall), and Jamie Schneck added 12.

Despite the mistakes, Bunyan was impressed with his players’ determination in a hard-fought game.“They did a tremendous job of coming back,” he said. “They’re playing good defense.

“We’ve got to be stronger handling the ball, but it will come. It’s going to get better.”
Port Washington 52, Nicolet 49

The Pirates used a fourth-quarter rally to pull out a conference road win Dec. 14.

Trailing, 42-40, after three periods, Port outscored the Knights, 12-7, in the final eight minutes.

Mosley sparked the Pirates with a game-high 16 points, including a trio of three-point baskets. Joey Burbach added 12 points.
Nicolet  got 10 points apiece from Corey Smith and Raheem Lemons.

Port will host Appleton West in a 7:30 p.m. nonconference game Thursday.
The Pirates will then participate in a four-team holiday tournament at Middleton High School on Dec. 29 and 30 before resuming conference play Jan. 4 at home against Milwaukee Lutheran.

 
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