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Bay Port sports shorts: wrestling, boys swimming, hockey, Bay Area Ice Bears


WRESTLING: the Pirates recorded a 42-30 road win over the Coleman Cougars Jan. 5.

Eli Trast (285) and Tristan Warzynski (106) both won via forfeit, while Max Meeuwsen (220) won a 7-6 decision. Matt Arnoldi (145) also won a 5-4 decision, with Austin Heim (132), Caleb Hale (152), Travis Jahnke (170) and Jack Ehrfurth (195) all winning by pins

BAY AREA ICE BEARS GIRLS HOCKEY: the Ice Bears improved to 6-6-3 with a convincing 9-3 conference road win over Brookfield Jan. 6.

With the score tied at two after the first period, Bay Area tallied three goals in the second and four in the third for the final margin of victory. Brookfield scored just 55 seconds into the contest.

The game belonged to Kalli Mikesch (Bay Port), Jordyn Kadrlik (Bay Port) and Mia Dunning (Ashwaubenon). Mikesch recorded a hat trick, while Kadrlik and Dunning each scored a pair of goals. Dunning also added two assists for a four-point game.

Autumn Klemencic (Green Bay Notre Dame) and Maddie Gibson (Green Bay Southwest) had the other goals for the Ice Bears.

Goalie Delaney Butterfield (Notre Dame) recorded 24 saves on 27 shots to earn the victory.

BOYS HOCKEY: Bay Port lost one game and won another this past weekend.

The Pirates dropped a 4-0 road contest to Arrowhead Jan. 5, but came back the next day to defeat Waupaca 6-2 at Cornerstone.

In the victory over Waupaca, Nate Kroll had a pair of goals, while Carl Cano, Jake Boxer, Sean Samels and Aaron Ribar each tallied one.

With Bay Port leading 3-2 early in the third period, they scored three consecutive goals for the final margin. Bay Port improved to 4-10-1 with the win.

Goalie Riley Baye recorded 11 saves on just 13 Waupaca shots.

BOYS SWIMMING: at the 37th annual Ashwaubenon Invite Jan. 6, Bay Port won the 12-team event by a whopping 520-263 margin over the second-place Jaguars.

Overall event winners for the Pirates were the 200 Medley Relay team (Alec Jeffers, Calvin Schilz, Wyatt Dvorak, Griffin Hawley – 1:42:74), Schilz in the 200 Individual Medley (2:01:37) and 100 Breaststroke (1:03:98) and Hawley in the 50 Freestyle (22:50).

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