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Girls Basketball vs. St. Francis

The University School girls’ basketball team defeated St. Francis 61-38 in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Tuesday, February 13th at USM.

It was Senior Night at USM.  Before the game, the Wildcats and their fans celebrated the basketball careers of the team’s five seniors: NaaAyeley Aryeetey, Elaine Botros, Marla Hiller, Hannah Hakami, and Alexia Jaso.

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

The University School boys’ basketball team defeated St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy 95-68 in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Saturday, February 10th at USM.

The game was close in the first 8 minutes.  The Lancers actually held the lead at 20-19 with about 10 minutes left.  Then USM’s Keegan Kubicki sank a three-point shot to give USM the lead.  The Wildcats began to pull away and took a commanding 58-36 lead at half time.

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Boys Hockey vs. Sun Prairie

Tyler Herzberg’s overtime goal gave the University School boys hockey team a 3-2 victory over Sun Prairie in a non-conference game at the Sun Prairie Ice Center on Saturday, February 10th.

The game ended regular season play for the two teams. 

Jason Woods, USM’s head coach, commented on the game, “An exciting finish to the regular season. Sun Prairie is very solid, and I feel great coming out of there with a win. Tyler Herzberg continues to show he is an elite player in the making. He just makes things happen every game. 21-3 is an unreal regular season record for us, but now it's all about making some noise in the post season.”

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Boys Swimming at Nicolet Sectional

The Brown Deer/University School boys swimming and diving team took 4th place in Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Nicolet Sectional on Saturday February 10th at Nicolet High School.

Although the team’s finish did not allow the full BD/USM team to advance to Friday’s state tournament, the team had individuals who advanced in six different events.

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Skiing at Giant Slalom Meet at Holy Hill

The University School ski team completed the regular Midwest High School Ski Conference season by competing in a Giant Slalom meet on Thursday, February 8th at Holy Hill. The USM girls team took 1st place. The USM boys team took 3rd place in the meet.

The first place finish helped the girls team. The USM girls made it to the state tournament that will be held in Lacrosse beginning February 17th. The top 12 teams from the conference qualify for the meet. The USM’s girls’ team ended up in 11th place in the standings.

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Boys Basketball vs. Milwaukee Carmen School of Science and Technology

The University School boys’ basketball team defeated Milwaukee Carmen School of Science and Technology 100-74 in a non-conference game at USM on Thursday, February 8th.

The Wildcats and their fans celebrated Senior Night.  They honored the USM basketball careers of Grant Booth, David Hutton, and Sencere Powell.

“It was good for us to play against an extremely athletic team,” said Sylvester Cutler, USM’s head coach. “While the score may not indicate it, Carmen presented some challenges for us defensively. They are a really scrappy team. I was proud of the hustle and the team work our guys showed on the floor and a special shout out to our seniors David, Sencere, and Grant for all their hard work for this program. It was nice to honor them.”

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Boys Basketball vs. St. Francis

The University School boys’ basketball team defeated St. Francis 80-33, in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Tuesday, February 6th at St. Francis High School.

The Wildcat jumped ahead 17-2 in the early part of the contest and never looked back. 

Sylvester Cutler, USM’s head coach, said, “Happy to pick up a victory on the road. I thought our defensive intensity was the difference in this game.  we had 23 steals as a team. Offensively, we did an outstanding job sharing the ball.  It is always good to record double-digit assists. We have some fine tuning to do as we prepare for the playoffs, but I believe we are on our way to playing our best basketball.”

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Girls Basketball vs. University Lake School

The University School girls’ basketball team defeated University Lake School 61-42 in a non-conference game on Tuesday, February 6th at University Lake School in Hartland.

The game was tied after the first eight minutes.  Then Laine Bolton sank a shot off an offensive rebound.  That started the Wildcats on a 17-2 run, and by the end of the first half, USM held a substantial 33-19 lead.  The Wildcats never relinquished it and returned home with the victory.

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Girls Hockey vs. Bay Area Ice Bears

The University School co-op girls’ hockey team and the Bay Area Ice Bears renewed their rivalry in the third-place game of the Eastern Shores Conference Tournament on Saturday, February 3rd at the Ozaukee Ice Center.  The Wildcat skated to a 9-3 victory over their conference rivals.

“The girls played probably their best game of the season,” said Dan Carey, USM’s head coach.  “We had them down 2-0 in the first period and just kept going. We played three full periods of good hockey.  We’d only scored one goal in each of our last three games, so scoring nine today really helped get our scoring going again.”

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Boys Hockey vs. Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc

The University School boys’ hockey team concluded its Classic Eight Conference season with a convincing 6-2 defeat of Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc on Friday, February 2nd at Nagawaukee Ice Arena in Delafield.

Jason Woods, USM’s head coach, commented on the victory, “Just a really nice win against a very solid Kettle Moraine team. Coming off last night’s tough game against Marquette, and the big-time injuries we had in that game, I was worried. Kettle Moraine was up to the challenge, showing they are very strong, and gave us all we could handle. Lucky for us, we played a clean and solid third period to get out of there with the win. It was an impressive win and a great show of character by our guys. They continue to impress.”

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