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Boys Basketball vs. Milwaukee Carmen School of Science and Technology NW

In the opening round of the Division 3 state tournament playoffs, the University School boys’ basketball team defeated Milwaukee Carmen Northwest School of Science and Technology NW 91-60 in a Sectional 4 regional game on Tuesday, February 27th at USM.

The Wildcats entered the game as the regional’s 6th seed, while Carmen was seeded 11th.  As expected, the favored Wildcats took an early lead in the contest, but their visitors stayed within striking range for a while.  The Wildcats rebounded well in the defensive end, keeping Carmen from follow-up baskets. Eventually USM went on a 11-0 run and went ahead by double figures.  They never lost that advantage and ended the first half leading by 10 points at 44-34.

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Boys Hockey vs. St. Mary's Springs

One shot.  One shot made all the difference.  Zach Welsch fired a shot into the net at 11:39 of the third period to break a scoreless tie and give the St. Mary’s Springs boys’ hockey team a 1-0 victory over University School and send the Ledgers to the state tournament.

The Sectional 8 Final on Saturday, February 24th at The Blue Line Ice Center in Fond du Lac between the sectional’s top two seeds, USM, the number one seed, and Springs the number two seed, was a hockey game that purists love. 

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Girls Hockey vs. Warbirds/Beaver Dam Co-op

Drew Deanovich scored a hat trick to lead the Warbirds/Beaver Dam co-op to a 5-2 victory over the University School co-op girls’ hockey team and send the Warbirds to the state tournament.

The WIAA Sectional 4 Sectional Final between the top-seeded Wildcats and the second-seeded Warbirds played at the Cornerstone Ice Center in Green Bay on Friday, February 23rd, was closer than the final score might indicate.  The action went back and forth and gave the fans in attendance plenty of thrills.  The Wildcats actually outshot the Warbirds 26-19 in the contest, and the score was just 3-2 with two minutes left in the game.

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Boys Basketball vs. Kenosha Christian Life

The University School boys’ basketball team completed the regular season in fine fashion on Thursday, February 22nd. The Wildcats defeated Kenosha Christian Life 84-48 in a Midwest Classic Conference game at Kenosha Christian Life High School. 

USM now heads into the WIAA Division 3 state tournament playoffs.  The way they played on Thursday indicates that they are ready for playoff action.

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Girls Hockey vs. Brookfield Glacier

A third period rally gave the University School co-op girls’ hockey team a 5-2 victory over the Brookfield Glacier co-op in the WIAA Sectional 4 Semi-Final on Tuesday February 20th at USM.

It was the season’s fourth encounter between the sectional rivals.  USM won three of the four contests, including this most important one.

“The girls kept to the game plan, and it paid off,” said Dan Carey, the Wildcats’ head coach. “We knew we had to contain their high scorer.  We kept Hadley Malcomson, the state’s highest goal scorer, from getting any points.  I’m proud of the way our whole team played tonight. We were solid on defense, and we put pucks on net.”

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Boys Hockey vs. Waupun

Freshman Ethan Mann scored two goals to lead the University School boys’ hockey team to a 6-3 victory over Waupun in the WIAA state tournament’s Sectional 8 Semi-Final played Tuesday, February 20th at USM. 

As a result of the win, the Wildcats advance to the sectional final. On Saturday, USM, seeded first in the sectional, will take on second-seeded Fond du Lac St. Mary’s Springs in Fond du Lac where the two teams will play for the chance to go to the state tournament in Madison.

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Girls Basketball vs Milwaukee Carmen School of Science and Technology NW

The University School girls’ basketball team defeated Milwaukee Carmen School of Science and Technology Northwest 58-33 in a WIAA Division 3 state tournament Sectional 4 Regional Semi-Final game on Tuesday, February 20th at USM.

The Wildcats, who are seeded 7th in the sectional, hosted the Carmen team, which came into the game as the underdog, seeded 10th in the sectional. As a result of the win, the Wildcats advance in the state tournament playoffs.  They face the number 2 seed, St. Thomas More, in their next contest.

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Boys Swimming and Diving at the State Tournament

Ben Hayes, a member of the Brown Deer/University School boys swimming and diving team, won two first place medals in the WIAA State Swimming Championships held Friday, February 16th at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Hayes won the 100 yard Butterfly race and 200 yard Individual Medley race at the championships.  It was the second straight year that he has won two medals in the state tournament.

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Skiing at State Tournament

The University School girls’ ski team finished 11th out of 21 teams in the Wisconsin High School Ski and Snowboard Championships held on Saturday, February 17th – Monday, February 19th in Lacrosse.

Porter Westveer skied as an individual for USM in the boys’ state tournament.  He finished 101st out of 155 in the boys’ individual standings.

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Boys Hockey vs. Cedarburg

It’s playoff time.  The University School boys’ hockey team opened its 2018 quest for a WIAA state ice hockey tournament championship by defeating Cedarburg 5-0 in the tournament’s Sectional 8 Regional Final on Friday, February 16th at USM.

The Wildcats, seeded first in the Sectional, outshot the eighth-seeded Bulldogs 39-7 in the game. The Wildcats scored their first goal in the opening minute of the contest, and held on to the lead thereafter.  They added two more goals in the first two minutes of the second period, then concluded the game with two empty net goals in the waning moments of the third period. 

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