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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 04 October 2017 18:34

Determined comeback not enough for Port in frustrating football loss at West Bend East

The Port Washington football team bounced back from double-digit deficits twice on the road last Friday, but West Bend East made enough plays when it counted to pull away, 35-22.
That leaves both teams at 3-4 in the North Shore Conference and needing two victories in their final two games to qualify for the postseason.
Battling back to take a 22-21 lead, Port had a fourth-and-five from East’s 35 with less than 10 minutes to play. One first down and Port could have taken more time off the clock and perhaps drove down and scored to seal a victory.
Quarterback Adam Baierl rolled right but couldn’t find anyone. East’s bump-and-run coverage with help from other defenders blanketed star receiver Jacob Lippe.
BAIERL CR IMG 2836 4CBaierl scrambled back left and tried to create something, but slipped. East took over at its own 44 with 9 minutes, 31 seconds left.
“That would have been real good. We couldn’t get that,” Port coach John Bunyan said.

 
Rockets take second in home tourney PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 October 2017 18:31

Grafton tops Cedarburg; Ozaukee wins four straight in volleyball action last week

Cedar Grove-Belgium took second place in its own volleyball tournament on Saturday.
Kewaskum won by going 5-0 in matches and 10-0 in games.
The Rockets went 4-1 in matches and 8-3 in games. They beat St. Francis, Kiel, Valders and Kohler, and lost to Kewaskum.
“We played well throughout and are starting to build some rhythm. Our back row continues to step up big for us and although our front row is young, they are coming through for us,” coach Chris Holzer said.
Amanda Meerdink had 37 kills and Amy TenHaken had 21 assists. Megan Gonwa had 51 digs and Jessica Rose had 29 digs.
“Amanda, Megan and Jess are great leaders and are playing at a high level,” Holzer said.

CGB VB CR s1093017322 4COn Sept. 26, the Rockets beat Big East Conference opponent Mishicot on the road, 21-25, 25-16, 27-25, 25-17.
The Rockets were scheduled to host Random Lake Tuesday and play in the conference tournament on Saturday.
Grafton comes down after senior night win
Grafton’s volleyball team went 2-2 at the Oostburg tournament on Saturday, after beating Cedarburg on Sept. 26.
The Black Hawks lost to Oostburg, 2-1;  beat Poynette, 2-0; beat New London, 2-1; and lost to Catholic Central, 2-1.
Against Cedarburg, the fired-up Hawks won, 27-25, 25-17, 20-25, 25-22.
Senior Sarah Schmitz led the way with  22 kills.
“She just dominated. She was hitting really well,” coach Austin Cass said.
The Hawks’ middle blockers, despite giving up five to six inches across the board, held up.
“We did a great job with our blocking, so our middles disrupted a lot of their hitters,”  Cass said.
Senior Sophia De La Pasqua had nine kills, junior Jackie Tomashek had seven and senior Carley Olson had five.

 
CG-B edged in tournament final PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 October 2017 18:28

Ozaukee having much improved season; Port wins two straight

Cedar Grove-Belgium’s kickers were one goal away from a possible title in their home tournament on Saturday.
The Rockets lost, 1-0, to Veritas/Tenor in the championship game.
In pool play, the Rockets beat Manitowoc Roncalli, 3-1; and beat Ozaukee, 3-2, in penalty kicks after tying, 1-1, in regulation.
“It was a great day for soccer. We avenged an earlier-in-the-year loss to Roncalli,” coach Elias Garza said
Nick Alva scored all three goals versus Roncalli, and Matthew Pearson netted the Rockets’ only score against the Warriors.
On Sept. 28, the Rockets earned a 1-1 draw at Oostburg, the second-place team in the Big East Conference.
CGB OZ SOCCER s2093017212 4CThe Flying Dutchmen scored in the first 39 seconds of the game and held possession for much of the half, but the Rockets’ defense held up, Garza said.
With nine minutes left in the game, Josh TeStroete evened the score.
“Tale of two halves — much better play in the second half. I cannot say enough about the collective effort and response by these kids in not giving up against state-ranked Oostburg,” Garza said.
Oostburg moved to 7-0-2 in the conference and Cedar Grove-Belgium to 0-6-1.
On Sept. 26, the Rockets lost, 3-0, in a nonconference match at New Holstein. The Rockets were missing three players.

 
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