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Mettle show means medal finish PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 19:23

Pirates’ Rosado caps strong senior season with 6th at state wrestling meet

Through the first two rounds, Manny Rosado was on target for the top prize in his weight class at the WIAA Division 1 state individual wrestling tournament in Madison last week.

But after reaching the semifinals in the 132-pound weight class, the Port Washington senior ran into three tough foes and ended up settling for a sixth-place medal.


Rosado, who rode a midseason surge to a 40-13 record, scored a first-period pin and decision in his first two matches Feb. 25 at the Kohl Center.

In Friday’s semifinals, he battled Mukwonago’s Nathan Smith (31-4) before losing, 5-3. Smith went on to place second.

On Saturday, Rosado was handed an 8-2 defeat by Menomonie’s Hayden Schlough (35-7) in the 

consolation semifinals and lost, 9-5, to Cedarburg’s Josh Hickey (41-4) in the fifth-place match.

“Manny had a good tournament. We were real excited after winning the first two matches and getting to the semifinals, but all these guys are tough,” Port coach Angelo LaRosa said.

“Manny wrestled hard. It could have gone the other way, but he just made some mistakes that cost him.”

In Hickey, Rosado faced a familiar foe who defeated him in the North Shore Conference tournament Feb. 5. Rosado took a 4-2 lead into the third period before Hickey rallied to prevail.

Rosado made his second state appearance after qualifying at 106 pounds as a freshman. He finished his Port career with 118 wins, good for a place among the top 10 in team history.

He also followed in the footsteps of his  brother Noah Rosado, who won a Division 1 state title at 113 pounds in 2014.

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Wednesday, 02 March 2016 19:14

Grafton/Cedarburg girls return team to Div. 1 final; Port qualifies two in Div. 2

Strong sectional performances earned the Grafton/Cedarburg gymnastics team and two members of the Port Washington squad trips to this week’s WIAA state meet.

Led by senior Maddie Gleed, Grafton/Cedarburg finished second out of eight teams in a Division 1 sectional at Manitowoc Lincoln last Saturday.Sports2

Manitowoc won the team title with 139.925 points, followed by Grafton/Cedarburg (136.75) and West Bend West (136.125) in the top three.

The first two teams qualified for state competition Friday and Saturday at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School.

Gleed was one of three Cedarburg/Grafton gymnasts who also advanced with top-five finishes in individual events. The senior qualified in the all-around, vault and balance beam.

Sophomore Natalie Zimbelman advanced in uneven bars and vault, as did freshman Paige Arnold in floor exercise and vault.

“I’m extremely proud of the girls, especially the younger ones,” said Cedarburg/Grafton coach Renae Weaver, whose team reached state for the second straight year.

“Other than our two seniors in the lineup, this was the first sectionals for all of them. They kept their composure and fought for state.”

Gleed, who will be participating in her third straight state meet, placed third in the all-around with 34.675 points, was second in uneven bars (8.575) and tied with Arnold for fifth in  vault (8.8).

Arnold was third in floor exercise (9.175).

Zimbelman was second in vault (9.0) and third in uneven bars (8.475).

Gleed has been her team’s top all-around performer throughout the season after qualifying for state last year in the all-around and all four individual events. Arnold has shown steady improvement, and Zimbelman has come on strong late in the season.

“Natalie was the silent but deadly competitor this year,” Weaver said.

“She worked so hard at practice to really get her momentum going during meets. She wasn’t a big name and didn’t win every single meet, but her steady work ethic and determination helped her grow into a beautiful and strong gymnast.”

O’Donnell, Garant advance for Port

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Wednesday, 02 March 2016 18:59

Football teammates use long-distance play to give Grafton boys a buzzer-beating win at Bay

During his time on the Grafton High School football team, Luke Benzschawel caught more than a few passes from quarterback Jarred Kettenhoven.

But Benzschawel never thought his skills as a tight end and Kettenhoven’s aerial accuracy would pay off on the basketball court — until last week.


Pipe dream became reality at Whitefish Bay on Feb. 25 when Grafton converted an improbable buzzer-beating play to pull out a 66-64 victory in a North Shore Conference game that ended the regular season.

With the score tied at 64-64, Bay missed a potential winning shot, and Benzschawel grabbed the rebound. Grafton called timeout with 1.6 seconds left to set up a last-ditch shot.

Success seemed highly unlikely because the Hawks had to go the length of the court.

No problem.

With Bay backing off the end line, Kettenhoven launched a 70-foot pass that Benzschawel caught in the middle of the Hawks’ lane. Foregoing a dribble, the 6-foot-7 senior spun back to his right free of defenders and released a shot that dropped through the hoop as time expired.

The Grafton sideline erupted in celebration.

“Jarred’s had some experience throwing the ball in football, so we were confident we could get off a shot,” Benzschawel said.

“I told the guys that if I got the ball, I could score. You never know if it’s going to work out, but it did.”

The shot quickly became a viral sensation when a video of the play appeared online, with the posting suggesting Benzschawel channeled the spirit of Christian Laettner, the former Duke star who beat Kentucky with a legendary winning shot in 1992.

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