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Girls Hockey vs. Fox Cities

The defending girls’ hockey state champion, the Fox Cities Stars, looks ready to go for a third in a row. They opened the 2020-21 season on Friday, November 27th by trouncing the University School co-op 7-1 in a non-conference game at the Tri-County Arena in Neenah.

The Stars stunned the Wildcats. They got right down to their title defense, scoring a goal in the first 29 seconds and adding another before three minutes had elapsed in the lopsided contest. They added a third in the first period, three more in the second, and a final one in the third.

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Boys Hockey vs. Edgewood

The University School boys’ hockey team scored six straight goals to come from behind and defeat Madison Edgewood, 7-4, in a non-conference game played before a nearly empty rink at USM on Friday, November 27th.

USM coach Matt Roadhouse commented on the Wildcats’ win, “Our team came out a little slow, and, as expected, it was a back-and-forth game with mistakes on both ends. After being down 3-1, the boys rallied back with some great tic-tac-toe plays and scored six in a row to help climb back ultimately for a 7-4 victory. Lots of good notes from today’s game, and we are excited to get right back at it.”

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Boys Hockey vs. Bay Port

The University School boys’ hockey team defeated Bay Port, 4-0, in a non-conference game on Saturday, November 28th at USM. The Wildcats won their second game in less than 24 hours. The game Saturday against the Pirates was a low-scoring, defensive affair compared to their 7-4 defeat of Madison Edgewood on Friday evening during which the teams scored 11 total goals.

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Girls Basketball vs. Kenosha Christian Life

The University School girls’ basketball team began the season wonderfully.  The Wildcats had a big win, defeating Kenosha Christian Life, 74-6, in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Tuesday, December 1st at USM.  It was also the first varsity win for the team’s new coach, Morgan Woods.

Woods said, “Tonight was a really special win for me. It was special because I got my first varsity win at home as head coach. Having had the opportunity to attend USM in middle school and high school, the USM gyms were always my favorite thing about school. The basketball court was always a place where I felt most comfortable and could really be myself. I am just so excited about this opportunity to lead the USM girls’ basketball program, and I am honored to be able to relive those experiences and create new ones with my team this year.”

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Football at the WIAA Level 2 Playoffs

Regional Champions. The University School football team completed the virus-shortened season by defeating Racine Saint Catherine’s in a Level 2 game of the WIAA Division 3 state tournament playoffs on Thursday, November 19th at Westosha Central High School in Salem.  The Wildcats won their season’s final game narrowly, 30-28. As a result, they returned to USM with the Regional’s crown.

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Girls Swimming at the WIAA State Meet

Lucy Art, Rosa Rivera, Mira Giles-Pufahl, Ingrid Lofgren, Mya Johnson, Anna Staples, and Maddie Miracle qualified at the Whitefish Bay Sectional to compete as individuals for the Brown Deer/University School girls' swimming and diving team in the Division 2 State Tournament on Friday, November 13th at the Waukesha South Natatorium. Together, they finished 15th out of 28 teams competing in the State meet.

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Girls Swimming at the WIAA Sectional Meet

The Brown Deer/University School girls swimming and diving team took 6th place in the Whitefish Bay Sectional of the WIAA Division 2 State Tournament on Friday, November 6th and Saturday, November 7th at Whitefish Bay High School. 

The 6th place finish precluded the full BD/USM from advancing to the State Championship meet at the Waukesha South Natatorium on Friday, November 13th.  However, several members of the team will advance to the championship meet.

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Boys Soccer at the WIAA State Tournament

A near perfect season ended imperfectly for the University School boys’ soccer team.  The Wildcats headed into the Semifinals of the WIAA Division 3 State Tournament with an undefeated record of 11-0.  Unfortunately, they left the game with a record of 11-1.  USM lost the state semifinal to the Saint Lawrence Seminary Hilltoppers, 2-4, and ended the season as a result.

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Football vs. St. Francis

The University School football team prepared for the start of the Division 3 state tournament playoffs in a wonderful way. They ended their regular season schedule by defeating St. Francis, 45-14, in a Metro Classic Conference on Friday, November 9th at St. Francis High School.

The Wildcats took control early and never let up.  They scored three touchdowns in the first quarter to take an insurmountable lead.  During the game, USM compiled 322 yards of total offense, and the USM defense allowed the Mariners to gain a total of 122.

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Cross Country at the WIAA Division 2 State Championships

The University School boys’ cross country team and Mya Hartjes competed in the WIAA Division 2 State Tournament meet on Saturday, October 31st at Colby High School.  The USM boys’ team took 9th place in the boys’ meet. Running as an individual, Mya Hartjes took 8th place in the girls’ meet.

Eric Pilling, USM’s head coach, described the event, “The course was very soft due to the melted snow from earlier in the week and the thousands of footsteps from races earlier in the day. The wind also posed some challenges with gusts of 30 miles per hour.

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