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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 03 October 2012 17:59

Senczyszyn-led Grafton makes most of its numbers against larger teams in meet

Numbers haven’t favored the Grafton girls’ swimming and diving squad very often this season.

Talent is another matter.

Despite having significantly fewer team members than most of their foes, the Black Hawks more than held their own in two meets last week by maximizing their point production.

After defeating Nicolet in a North Shore Conference dual meet on Sept. 27, Grafton posted a solid fourth-place effort at the Bulldog Invitational in Cedarburg Saturday.

The Hawks had nine top-four finishes and scored 336 points, close behind runner-up New Berlin Eisenhower (358) and third-place Divine Savior Holy Angels (355).

Cedarburg rolled to the meet title with 567 points. Rounding out the eight-team field were Racine Case (289) in fifth, followed by Kiel (171), Brown Deer/University School (129) and West Bend East (109).

 
No room to run again for Pirates PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 03 October 2012 17:57

Offensive woes continue for Port football team as Germantown plays role of spoiler in homecoming loss

Facing a 6-0 deficit early in the second quarter, the Port Washington football team appeared headed for a tying touchdown against Germantown last Friday.

Bolstered by an enthusiastic homecoming crowd, the Pirates mounted an impressive drive that carried them to the Germantown 16-yard line.

Seconds later, though, the 50-yard march ended when a fourth-down pass fell incomplete — giving the Warhawks possession and ending Port’s best offensive series of the night.

Before halftime, Germantown tacked on three touchdowns and took control on the way to a 39-0 victory in North Shore Conference play.

“We knew this game was going to be a real challenge,” Port coach John Bunyan said.

“Germantown has one of the best teams in the area and is strong on both offense and defense. We just weren’t able to move the ball consistently against them.”

 
Rams get taste of Rockets’ red glare PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 26 September 2012 17:21

Random Lake no match for relentless assault of CG-Belgium football team

The Cedar Grove-Belgium football team has had some tough, nail-biting games against Random Lake through the years.

Last Friday was not one of them.

Controlling the line of scrimmage from the start, host Cedar Grove-Belgium had little trouble rolling to a 47-0 win in Central Lakeshore Conference play.

Not only did the Rockets fire up a rushing attack that collected 357 yards and five touchdowns, their defense put the clamps on a foe that had won three of its first four games.

The Rams were limited to 142 yards in total offense, including just 45 rushing on 24 carries.

“We had a good week of practice and were well-prepared for a good Random Lake team,” Rockets coach Chris Zablocki said.

“Their coach (Chris Bichler) is one of the toughest coaches I’ve faced. He always has his teams ready.

“But our kids just came out and took control. Our defense is really clicking and flowing to the ball well.”

 
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