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Healthy Street makes all the difference PDF Print E-mail
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Written by DEBBIE HAMM   
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 18:05

Warriors impressive in pair of home wins; Ozaukee improves CLC record to 5-2

Center Steve Street was slowed by illness in the Ozaukee boys’ basketball team’s final two games before the holiday break.

But if last week was any indication, the senior standout is back to full strength. He led the Warriors to a pair of home victories with impressive performances.

After scoring 19 points in a nonconference win Jan. 3, Street had 23 points and 18 rebounds in a 51-33 victory over Random Lake in Central Lakeshore Conference
play Friday.

In addition to his strong offensive work, Street sparked the Warriors’ defensive effort by holding Aaron Rathke, Random Lake’s top scoring threat, in check.

Street “played fantastic,” said Ozaukee coach Isaiah Ketterhagen, whose team improved to 5-2 in the conference and 8-3 overall.

“He finished around the hoop, held Aaron Rathke to nine points, had three blocked shots and altered many others,” Ketterhagen said.

Ozaukee held a 10-5 lead after one quarter, stretched the margin to 24-13 by halftime and owned a 34-18 cushion after three periods.

“I think we took a nice step forward. It is tough to come back from a game the night before and get it going, but we did,” Ketterhagen said.

Owen Miller and Andy Richter each had 10 points for the Warriors.

 
Manpower shortage hurts Rockets PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 18:03

Tough competition limits May to second place in Rocket Scramble

Host Cedar Grove-Belgium had trouble filling several weight classes in the annual Rocket Scramble last Saturday, leading to a 10th-place finish out of 15 teams.

Senior Alex May had the Rockets’ top individual effort, placing second in the 285-pound weight class.

May, who improved his season record to 14-5, won three of four matches after receiving a first-round bye.

He was pinned by Brillion’s Silas Petrie, but secured second place with a 14-9 win over Southern Door’s Mitchell Overbeck.

“Alex actually wrestled very good against the kid from Brillion, too,” Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Trevor Peterson said.

The Rockets scored 415 points despite forfeiting five weights.

 
Ozaukee girls hit the court in a sprint PDF Print E-mail
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Written by DEBBIE HAMM   
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 18:00

Fast start fuels easy win for Warriors over Cedar Grove-Belgium

Hot shooting gave the Ozaukee girls’ basketball team a fast start to the new year when it hosted Cedar Grove-Belgium last Saturday.

Racing to a 14-1 lead by the end of the first quarter, the Warriors were never in trouble on the way to a 45-28 win in Central Lakeshore Conference play.

“We played well defensively both individually and as a team,” said Ozaukee coach Lee LeMahieu, whose team posted its sixth straight victory.

“We shot 50% in the first quarter, including three threes, to get the lead. We also did a good job of taking care of the ball with only 12 turnovers (for the game).”

 
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