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Warriors muscle up after painful meet PDF Print E-mail
Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 20:24

Injury to Brouillette puts damper on otherwise solid mat effort in Sheboygan Falls

Last Saturday’s Sheboygan Falls Duals left the Ozaukee wrestling team with a mixed bag of results.

Although the Warriors finished a strong second behind champion Sheboygan Falls in the six-team tournament, they also lost three-time state qualifier Ethan Brouillette to a shoulder injury.

Brouillette, a 152-pound senior, broke his collarbone in a match and will be out for an undetermined amount of time. Ozaukee coach Luke Gundrum said he hopes Brouilllette can return before the end of the season.

“That was a rough day,” Gundrum said.

Brouillette got hurt in Ozaukee’s only competitive dual meet of the day, a 35-31 loss to Sheboygan Falls.

In other meets, Ozaukee defeated Nicolet (60-15), South Milwaukee (61-18), Rio (77-0) and Berlin (54-21).

Big rally lifts CG-B girls past Lutheran PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 20:22

Things certainly didn’t look good for the Cedar Grove-Belgium girls’ basketball team at halftime last Friday night.

Slowed by turnovers and missed shots, the host Rockets found themselves trailing Sheboygan Lutheran, 26-15, in a Central Lakeshore Conference game.

But there was still time for a comeback — and Cedar Grove-Belgium obliged by launching a 15-0 run that led to a 47-43 win.

“It was rather exciting,” Rockets coach Nate DePagter said. “The girls kept playing hard and got us back in the game.

“We had a lot of turnovers and mistakes in the first half. At halftime, we made some adjustments and slowed the ball down, which helped turn things around.”

Trailing, 34-20, midway through the third quarter, Cedar Grove-Belgium began its biggest rally of the young season. The 15-0 surge started late in the third quarter and gave the Rockets a 35-34 lead early in the final period.

Lady Hawks take no Cedarburg prisoners PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 17:37

Orlowski’s sharp show, pesky defense carry Grafton to big win in league opener

A talented Cedarburg girls’ basketball team is sure to win plenty of games this season.

But last Friday, the Bulldogs didn’t have an answer for checking the best player of a neighboring rival.

Senior guard Haley Orlowski was sharp from start to finish, scoring 26 points to lead host Grafton to a 46-39 win in the North Shore Conference opener for both squads.

“She’s our go-to player, especially when we have to have a big basket,” Grafton coach Steve Reinhardt said. “She had an outstanding game.”

Orlowski had 14 points in the first half, nearly matching Cedarburg’s entire output as the Black Hawks surged to a 25-15 lead.

In the fourth quarter, she helped seal the outcome with six more points, including two free throws in the closing seconds after the Bulldogs pulled within 44-39.

“Just playing Cedarburg is really big,” Orlowski said of her motivation. “We’re not a real big team, but we’re very fast and have a lot of heart. We play really hard.”

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