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Girls Hockey vs. Rock County Fury

Goaltender Sami Stommel withstood an aggressive attack by the Rock County Fury, gained a shutout, and helped the University School co-op girls’ hockey team win a fast-paced non-conference contest 4-0 on Saturday, December 1st at USM.

 

Thanks to the efforts of the game’s two freshmen goalies, Stommel and the Fury’s Olivia Cronin, the game remained scoreless until the last two minutes of the second period when the Wildcats broke through and then tallied four times in the remainder of the game.  Stommel made 18 saves in the game, while Cronin made 16. Sophomore Emily Mueller led the Wildcat scoring with two goals.  Seniors Gaby Turer and Kinzie Youngblood each scored one goal for the victors.   

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Boys Hockey vs. Wausau West

In a battle between two of the state’s top ten boys’ hockey teams the University School Wildcats came from behind to defeat Wausau West 5-3 in an exciting non-conference game on Saturday, December 1st at Marathon Park Ice Arena in Wausau.   

Tyler Herzberg led the Wildcats by scoring four goals, including the ultimate game-winner, in the annual clash between these two state hockey powers. 

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Wrestling at the Nicolet Knights Scramble

The Whitefish Bay/Dominican/University School wrestling team took 10th place out of 11 team teams competing in the Nicolet Knight Scramble, an invitational meet sponsored by Nicolet High School on Saturday, December 1st at Nicolet High School in Glendale.

Five wrestlers competed in the day-long Scramble for WFB/Dom/USM. Head coach Nathaniel Pope described the day for each WFB/Dom/USM wrestler who competed in Saturday’s scramble, “Alex Sanchez is now 2-4 on the year. He missed weight by .6 which put him up at 113. We’ll get that under control so we can get him in the right weight class. He’s going to adjust his technique a bit, and we’ll work on things during the week to get him ready. There’s no reason he can’t double his win total from last year.

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Boys Basketball vs. St. John's Northwestern Military Academy

The University School boys’ basketball team lost to St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy 86-59 in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Saturday, December 1st at St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield.

“Simply put, we were just outplayed,” said USM’s head coach Sylvester Cutler. “We have a lot of work to do on the defensive end, especially our interior defense. We are still trying to find our identity as a team in many facets and will have to continue to work on the little details that make teams successful. Obviously, this is not the start we expected this season, but we will rebound and learn from it.”

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Boys Hockey vs. D.C. Everest

The University School boys’ hockey team traveled north to Wausau for a weekend of hockey excitement. In their first game of the weekend, the Wildcats excited the fans who followed them there by defeating D.C. Everest 7-1in a non-conference game on Friday, November 30th at Greenheck Arena on the D.C. Everest High School campus.

Casey Roepke, one of USM’s captains, commented on the win, “The boys came out and had to find a way to put the puck in the net. And that’s what we did. We are building for tomorrow and the rest of the season, game by game.”

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Wrestling vs. West Bend East

The Whitefish Bay/Dominican/University School wrestling team opened the 2018-2019 season in a North Shore Conference dual meet on Thursday, November 29th at West Bend East High School.   WB/Dom/USM was outmanned in the meet and lost it to the home team by a lopsided 63-6 score.

WB/Dom/USM had only four wrestlers compete in the match, Dajun Johnson, Alex Sanchez, David Pellenz, and Connor Dyke.

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Boys Swimming vs. Cudahy

The Brown Deer/University School boys swimming and diving team opened the 2018-2019 season with a nail-biter.  BD/USM lost to Cudahy by just two points, 80-78, in a Woodland Conference dual meet on Wednesday, November 28th at Cudahy High School.

Doug Dickinson, the head coach of the BD/USM team, commented on the meet, “The boys swim season kicked off with a great battle versus Cudahy. We lost the battle by two points to a team with double the number of swimmers that we had.

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Girls Basketball vs. Lake Country Lutheran

In the opening game of the Midwest Classic Conference girls’ basketball season, the Lake Country Lutheran Lightning defeated the University School Wildcats 60-37 on Tuesday, November 27th at USM.

The Wildcats could not stay with Lake Country Lutheran, a perennial powerhouse in the conference.  The Lightning took the lead in the first half, and stayed ahead, winning the open frame by 11 points at 29-18.  The score in the second half was similar.  The Lightning outscored the Wildcats in it by a 31-19 margin.  

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Girls Hockey vs. Brookfield Glacier

Forechecking relentlessly, the Wildcats of the University School co-op girls’ hockey team scored five goals in the first period then added four more in the third period as they skated to a 9-1 victory over the Brookfield Glacier in an Eastern Shores Conference game on Tuesday, November 27th at USM.

Gaby Turer scored three goals to lead the Wildcats, who fired 34 shots at Brookfield’s goalie Kristin Woodcock.  Jenna Klenz scored two goals for the victors, while Hannah Neudorfer, Karly Lamoreaux, Eiley Sheahan, and Emily Mueller each scored one goal.    Sami Stommel made 15 saves in net for the Wildcats, allowing only one shot, taken by Ellie Fuchs, to get by her in the third period.

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Girls Hockey vs. Hayward

In the Gobbler Cup, a tournament between the four teams that have won the last four girls’ hockey state championships, the competition is always fierce. The teams know they are facing opponents they may see in Madison in March.

So, after a dismal showing Friday in the opening round of the early-season tournament, the Wildcats of the University School co-op team knew they had something to prove in the consolation game of the Gobbler Cup tournament.  They quickly revived their hockey skills, played with purposeful intent, and defeated the Hayward co-op, 5-1 in the tournament’s consolation game on Saturday, November 24th at the Mosinee Recreation Center in Mosinee.

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