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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Tuesday, 22 November 2016 21:35

Near-miss in classic state title game leaves CG-Belgium football players heartbroken but humble and thankful

The leaders of the Cedar Grove-Belgium football team put their season and careers into perspective after nearly winning the WIAA Division 5 state title at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison on Nov. 17.sports1

“It’s been incredible,” record-setting senior quarterback Josh Weiss said of the Rockets’ season.

“We do stuff every Monday night, Thursday night, Friday obviously, weekends we’re together. So I’m going to miss that most of all.”

Receivers Reid Hilbelink and Ethan Brochtrup and defensive end Amani Anjum, all seniors, were quick to echo those sentiments after a 38-35 loss to defending champion Amherst.

“It’s been a fun ride. Did you see how many people were here? It was nuts,” Hilbelink said.

“This community rallied behind us, and I wouldn’t want to do it anywhere else.”

“I love everything about this program,” Brochtrup said. “I love our coaches, I love the players, I love the community.

 
New leaders chart Warriors’ course PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Tuesday, 22 November 2016 21:33

Domach takes over helm for Ozaukee team that also has to replace three starters

For the first time in 14 years, the Ozaukee High School boys’ basketball team will have a new sideline leader.

Longtime coach Isaiah Ketterhagen resigned after taking a teaching job at Oostburg High School. In his 14 seasons at Ozaukee, he guided the Warriors to 151-148 record.

Taking over for Ketterhagen is Bob Domach, whose 24 years as a basketball coach include stints at Dominican, Whitefish Bay and Brookfield East.

 
Hawks’ Block back with NSC elite PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Tuesday, 22 November 2016 21:30

Grafton senior named to top boys’ soccer team again; three Pirates on second team

Being in the right place at the right time goes a long way on the soccer field.

It’s also worked wonders for Grafton’s Logan Block when it comes to recognition among North Shore Conference boys’ coaches.

The senior’s standout work as a midfielder has earned him a place on the All-NSC first team for a second straight season.

Block, who led the Black Hawks with 13 goals and seven assists, was one of 11 players chosen for the 2016 top squad, which represents the elite in arguably the best prep soccer league in Wisconsin.

 
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