Senior captain Anna Reisinger posted the second-best score of any Cedarburg girls golfer in history at the WIAA Division 1 state meet with her 198 last week at University Ridge.

Reisinger moves into the runner-up spot behind the 189 shot by Anny West in 2011, when she tied for 59th place. She is ahead of Ellie Bowman, who shot a 201 at state.

Reisinger struggled the first day with a 104 but came back strongly with a 94 the second day.

"Those were not great days of golfing for her," coach Curtis Bentley said, "but she held her head high like the leader she is and battled to the very end."

Bentley said Reisinger is interested in attending the University of South Florida next fall.

"She is a good golfer, a great leader and a humble person," he continued. "It's not always winning that defines one's legacy; it's what they do to influence the future that is important in life."

The Bulldogs had a good season, finishing second behind Homestead in every North Shore Conference meet, and Bentley believes they are set up well for years to come.

"Golf in Cedarburg isn't just a sport for boys; it is a sport for girls," Bentley said. "We have an outstanding future and would encourage any girls to give golf a shot."


The doubles team of junior Amanda Skonieczny and freshman Hailey Haws won two matches at the WIAA Division 1 state individual meet last week in Madison.

Skonieczny and Haws (23-10) opened with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Calli Cain and Kristen Mason of Green Bay Southwest and then downed Jessica Liu and Devika Kamath of Madison Memorial, 6-1, 6-1.

The 11th-seeded team then fell, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2, to sixth seed Bailey Chorney and Autumn Facktor of Waunakee (29-3) in the third round.

"We had opportunities and missed taking them," coach Kaila Haws said.

The doubles team of seniors Margot Henke and Marguerite Manning (24-10) fell in the first round to Maddie Clark and Ally Hujanen of Middleton, 6-4, 6-3.

"I was proud of the team and the opportunity to play at state as seniors," coach Haws said. "They had a remarkable record and will be missed."

The coach said she was pleased with the season.

"I met all of my goals," she said, "and I hope to light the competitive spirit of the girls to train in the off-season so we can be even stronger next year."


The Black Hawks finished the regular season with a flourish, winning the North Shore Conference Tournament at Germantown on Oct. 15.

They beat Nicolet, 25-16, 25-22, in the championship match, handing the Knights their first conference defeat of the season. Nicolet had claimed the conference dual-meet crown with a 7-0 mark.

Grafton beat Homestead in the semifinals after coming out of pool play as the top seed.

The Hawks received the third seed in their portion of a WIAA Division 2 sectional and met Mayville in the first round on Oct. 18. If they won, they would likely play at second seed Plymouth at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20. The regional championship match is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.


The Bulldogs won two games and tied one in the final week of the regular season.

They blanked Homestead, 3-0, on Oct. 10 on goals from Jared Short, Eric Peterson and Nathan Mierow.

Cedarburg tied Grafton, 3-3, on Oct. 11 with goals by Short, Peterson and Braden Voeller, with Voeller's shot creating the tie with six minutes left. The Bulldogs finished North Shore Conference play at 4-1-2.

The Bulldogs then blanked Menomonee Falls, 4-0, on Oct. 13, with Peterson, Max Ruzicka, Nathan Miller and Mierow scoring.

They open WIAA Division 2 regional play at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at home against West De Pere. The Bulldogs have the second seed behind Whitefish Bay in their sectional.


Abeba Sullivan came in third with 19 minutes, 18 seconds in the North Shore Conference Meet on Oct. 15.

She helped the Pirates to second place with 75 points, behind Whitefish Bay with 40 points. Brenna Kautz ran 14th (20:50), Emma Meyer 16th (20:52), Jill Cavanaugh 20th (21:00), Alexis Reichardt 22nd (21:06), Clare Goodman 31st (21:47) and Elizabeth Shiflett 38th (22:08).

Sullivan made the all-conference first team, Kautz and Meyer the second team and Cavanaugh and Reichardt honorable mention.

The boys team tallied 125 points for fifth place. Miles Stimac came in 11th (personal-best 17:04) to earn second-team honors and Ben Claas 22nd (17:27) and Brett Grisar 23rd (17:29), both getting honorable mention.

Isaiah Holland was 34th (17:50), Zach Miller 35th (personal-best 17:57), Jonny Bischoff 36th (17:58, three seconds off the personal best) and Charles DeMerit 50th (19:12).

The teams run in a WIAA Division 1 sectional meet Saturday, Oct. 22, at Lincoln Park. The boys compete at 12:05 p.m. and the girls at 1:05 p.m.


The Bulldogs downed Grafton, 121-64, in a North Shore Conference dual meet on Oct. 11.

Winners were Adriana Avila in diving with 272.2 points, Skylar Fore in the 200-yard individual medley at 2 minutes, 16.64 seconds, the 100 freestyle with 53 seconds, Erika Remington in the 100 butterfly at 1:02.16, Maya Novack in the 500 freestyle with 5:30.36, Lillie Hosack in the 100 backstroke with 56.95, the 200 freestyle relay of Hosack, Lucia Estrada, Novack and Fore with 1:41.48 and the 400 freestyle group of Novack, Remington, Cassie Koester and Hosack at 3:49.76.


Dom DeMaria tallied in the 64th minute to give the Pirates a 1-0 victory over Nicolet in the North Shore Conference finale on Oct. 10.

Port, which finished 2-4-1 in the North Shore, opens WIAA Division 2 regional play at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, against West Bend West at Jefferson Middle School.


The Highlanders finished third in the North Shore Conference tournament, beating Cedarburg in the consolation match.

Grafton beat overall league champion Nicolet for the tournament title.

The Highlanders secured the ninth seed in the WIAA D1 Germantown sectional and will visit eighth-seeded Waukesha West in a regional semifinal Thursday, Oct. 20. If they win that match, they will head to a regional final at sectional top seed and state-ranked Menomonee Falls on Saturday, Oct. 22.


Patrick Stilb, Logan Block and Carson Klaus all scored to give the Black Hawks a 3-3 tie with rival Cedarburg in a North Shore Conference game on Oct. 11.

The tie came after an 8-0 loss to conference champion Whitefish Bay on Oct. 10 and left the Hawks at 3-2-2 in the North Shore.

Grafton beat Kettle Moraine Lutheran, 2-0, on Oct. 14 behind goals from Block and Stilb and two saves by goaltender Noah Chopp.

The Hawks begin WIAA Division 3 tournament play at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at home against the Milwaukee School of Languages.


The Highlanders were fourth of seven teams in the North Shore Conference meet at Tendick Park in Saukville on Oct. 15.

They scored 104 points for their spot, as Whitefish Bay won its 17th title in a row with 40 points.

Allie Levin finished 12th on the 5,000-meter course to lead the way in 20:41, while Thais Marques was 18th (20:59) and Reilly Albert 19th (20:59). Other scoring runners included Kimberly Hartlieb in 21st (21:05) and Grace Baden in 34th (21:54). Also running were Maria Fitzgerald in 36th (22:04) and Katherine Gebhardt in 37th (22:07).

The Highlanders will take part in the WIAA sectional meet at Lincoln Park Golf Course on Saturday, Oct. 22.


The girls squad came in fifth with 113 points in the North Shore Conference Meet on Oct. 15.

Julia Wille ran eighth in 20 minutes, 27 seconds and Anna Eifert ninth at 20:34, with Wille earning first-team all-conference honors and Eifert making the second team.

Natalie Cherella finished 24th (21:13) to receive honorable mention. Ava Pedersen was 32nd (21:50), Elise Lueck 40th (22:34) and Chloe Chontos 41st (22:57).

The boys team came in sixth with 129 points. Gordy Thompson ran fourth to make the all-conference first team and Zander Lichosik 10th (17:03) to make the second team.

Ben Weishan took 33rd (17:49), McKenna Wolfe 40th (18:12), Thomas Volkmann 42nd (18:16), Luke Wolfe 43rd (18:23) and Jake Kempka 45th (18:30).

The teams will compete in a WIAA Division 2 sectional on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Lincoln Park. The boys run at 11:30 a.m. and the girls at 12:40 p.m.


Abbey Kuborn came in fourth with 19 minutes, 25 seconds for the Bulldogs in the North Shore Conference Meet on Oct. 15.

Kuborn made the all-conference first team with her efforts, which helped Cedarburg finish sixth with 116 points.

Samantha Grady placed 17th (20:56) to earn honorable mention, Olivia Norquist 43rd (23:14), Ditte Bojsen 45th (23:20) and Stephanie Korb 47th (24:30).

For the boys, Andrew Rathkamp snared 12th place (17:12) to make the all-conference second team. Sam Schleicher was 26th (17:34), Greg Sorrell 41st (18:15), Timmy Brey 48th (18:44), Matthew Meuler 49th (19:02), Matthew Zbiegien 51st (19:12) and Noah Pecor 52nd (19:13) for the Bulldogs, who were seventh with 176 points.

The teams run in a WIAA Division 1 sectional on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Lincoln Park. The boys compete at 12:05 p.m. and the girls at 1:15.


The Bulldogs finished fourth in the North Shore Conference Tournament on Oct. 15 at Germantown, losing to Nicolet in the semifinals and to Homestead in the third-place match.

Cedarburg also dropped a North Shore dual meet to Homestead, three games to none, on Oct. 13.

The Bulldogs open WIAA Division 1 regional play at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at home against Waukesha South.


The Pirates came in sixth in the North Shore Conference Tournament on Oct. 15, topping Milwaukee Lutheran in consolation play and losing to Germantown in the fifth-place match.

Port opened WIAA Division 2 regional play against Milwaukee Morse/Marshall on Oct. 18. If the Pirates won, they would likely play Milwaukee Lutheran at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at home.