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Boys Hockey vs. Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha

Senior Stephan Priest scored an overtime goal to complete the Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha Rockets come-from behind 3-2 victory over the University School boys’ hockey in a non-conference game on Tuesday, November 21st at the Tri-County Ice Arena in Neenah.

Jason Woods, USM’s head coach, commented on the game, “Boy, what a great high school hockey game. Two really excellent teams battling in a season opener. I’m not much for moral victories, but we sure showed we are more than capable of being special. I credit Neenah; they are an excellent hockey team with a big future in front of them. They got the bounce they needed and fueled off that momentum. Our young guys proved very capable, and I am excited to keep working to get better.”

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Girls Basketball vs. Brown Deer

The University School girls’ basketball team lost to Brown Deer 51-28 in a non-conference game on Tuesday, November 21st at USM.

Jason Strains, USM’s head coach describe the game saying, “We were a bit short-handed tonight. We had some JV girls playing up at the Varsity level, and their efforts didn't go unnoticed. We ran out of energy late, but we competed hard all game.”

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Girls Hockey vs. Middleton Metro Lynx

An impressive start. The University School co-op girls’ hockey team began the 2017-2018 season by shutting out The Metro Lynx of Middleton 4-0 in a non-conference game played Saturday, November 18th at USM.

It was certainly an impressive start for the Wildcats’ head coach Dan Carey in his first game as a varsity coach.  “I’m happy for the girls.  They played hard today.  They’ve been working hard since we started practice two weeks ago. It was a good start to the season,” said Carey after his initial victory.

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Girls Basketball vs. Catholic Central

The University School girls’ basketball team lost to Burlington Catholic Central 38-20 in a non-conference game on Friday, November 17th at USM.

“We played a hard-fought game,” said USM’s head coach Jason Strains. “Our defense really improved this game, and we got lots of steals and deflections. We were able to keep it close throughout, but unfortunately, Catholic Central was able to pull away at the end.”

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Girls Basketball vs. Kohler

The University School girls’ basketball team began the 2017-18 season against Kohler in a non-conference game on Wednesday, November 15th at Kohler High School. 

The Wildcats lost their season opener to the Blue Bombers by a score of 62-20. 

The Blue Bombers roared to a 31-11 lead at half time.  Things did not go much better for the Wildcats in the second half either.  In the second frame, the Blue Bombers held them to just 9 total points, while scoring 31 more themselves.  As a result, the Wildcats returned home with the knowledge that they have things to improve upon.

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Girls Swimming and Diving at the State Tournament

Mary Holmes, Katie Hayes, Amanda Hoppe, Minasi Simhan, and Abby Frenkel represented the Brown Deer/University School girls swimming and diving team in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Swimming and Diving Division 2 Championships on Friday November 11th at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

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Girls Swimming and Diving at the Ashwaubenon Sectional

The Brown Deer/University School girls swimming and diving team took 4th place in the Ashwaubenon Sectional of the WIAA Diving 2 Swimming and Diving State Championship held Friday, November 3rd and Saturday, November 4th at Ashwaubenon High School.

Although the BD/USM team did not qualify as a team for the state tournament, several individual competitors did well enough at the sectional meet to qualify for the state tournament next Friday.

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Cross Country at the State Tournament

Lexi Keppler and Clayton Cheney represented the University School cross country team in the WIAA Division 2 State Tournament at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday, October 28th

Keppler, a sophomore, finished 77th in the girls’ race.  Cheney also finished 77th in the boys’ race.

Both USM runners finished almost exactly in the middle of the pack in their respective races.

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Girls Swimming and Diving at the Woodland Conference Meet

The Brown Deer/University School girls swimming and diving team took 6th place in the Woodland Conference Championship meet at Greenfield High School on Saturday, October 28th.

Katie Hayes had two 1st place finishes to lead BD/USM in the conference meet. She won the 100 yard Butterfly race, completing it with a conference record time of 57.69 seconds. 

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Boys Soccer vs. Lake Country Lutheran

Johnny Daniels scored with four seconds left in the first of two overtimes to give the Lake Country Lutheran boys’ soccer team a 1-0 upset of University School on Thursday, October 26th at USM.

Jock Mutschler, USM’s head coach, said, “The match was a classic, exciting, well-played affair. A great advertisement for boys' high school soccer. The boys fought until the end. They gave 100% effort. As one of our soccer alumni mentioned: ‘it takes a bit of luck’ to stay alive sometimes. We didn't get that ‘bit of luck’ last night, hitting a post and a crossbar in the second half. The journey ends.”

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