Oak Creek Sports News

Oak Creek Sports News

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  • Saturday | via Kenosha News 

    Wrestling roundup: Red Devils a close second

    The Bradford wrestling team gave favorite Oak Creek a battle in the Southeast Conference Tournament on Saturday at Indian Trail. In the end, the defending champion and 12th-ranked Knights scored 236 points to outlast the runner-up Red Devils, who collected 220.

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  • Saturday Feb 6 | via Kenosha News 

    Without Easthon, Central prevails

    The short-handed Central boys basketball team overcame a four-point halftime deficit to defeat Waterford, 55-46, in a Southern Lakes Conference game on Friday night in Paddock Lake. The first-place Falcons played without second-leading scorer Jordan Easthon, who learned earlier in the day that he will miss the rest of the season with a fracture in his foot suffered in Tuesday's 94-92 loss at Wilmot.

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  • Friday Feb 5 | via Kenosha News 

    Tremper girls can't slow down Oak Creek

    The Trojans came into the contest as the Knights' closest rival in the SEC with a pair of league losses good enough for second place in the standings, but in the end they proved no match for the state's No. 2 ranked team in a 68-27 loss.

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  • Wednesday Feb 3 | via Franklin 

    boys basketball team adapts, earns big win over Creek

    First-year Franklin boys basketball coach Tyler Podoll has been appreciative of the support and patience of the fans as he tries to rebuild the Saber program from the ground-up. A big reward for that patience came on Jan. 29, when the Sabers remembered the lessons from a December loss to rival Oak Creek and applied them with great vengeance, denying the favored Knights at every turn in a stunning 50-42 upset.

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  • Tuesday Feb 2 | via OakCreek 

    Oak Creek girls basketball team gets defensive in wi...

    For good measure, toss in some timely free-throw shooting and a clutch 3-pointer by a veteran senior guard whose team needed her, and she responded. That's what the Oak Creek girls basketball team did against archrival Franklin Jan. 29 when the crafty Sabers abandoned their traditional zone with a strong man defense and stymied the three-time Southeast Conference champion Knights for much of the game.

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  • Friday Jan 29 | via Franklin 

    Oak Creek girls basketball team outlasts Franklin, 4...

    For good measure toss in some timely free throw shooting and a clutch 3-pointer by a veteran senior guard whose team needed her and she responded. That's what the Oak Creek girls basketball team did against archrival Franklin Friday night when the crafty Sabers abandoned their traditional zone with a strong man defense and stymied the three-time Southeast Conference champion Knights for much of the game.

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  • Wednesday Jan 27 | via OakCreek 

    Level-headed Cleary is new leading scorer for Oak Cr...

    The best player in the baseball program's storied history with a flame-throwing fastball was a high-level Major League draft pick several years ago. Though getting to "The Show" was not quite in the cards for him, Butler established a standard that will be hard for any Knight baseball player to reach.

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  • Tuesday Jan 26 | via OakCreek 

    Oak Creek girls basketball team gets road-tested, pu...

    The Oak Creek girls basketball team has been battering Southeast Conference opposition for about three weeks solid with little resistance, so it was good that Knights coach Steve Hluchnik scheduled a road trip on Jan. 23 to Kimberly for a little test. Which the Knights passed soundly, turning in a good defensive effort in a 51-40 decision over the Papermakers .

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  • Tuesday Jan 26 | via OakCreek 

    Oak Creek wrestlers storm to another major meet title

    There was a solid number of established veterans around to lead the two-time Southeast Conference champion Oak Creek wrestling team this winter. However, veteran coach Matt Sommerville knew there were still enough holes in the lineup to potentially derail any plans of a third league title and a coveted berth in the WIAA state team tournament.

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  • Monday Jan 25 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal 

    Focus on girls basketball

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Madie Kaelber, Kenosha Indian Trail. The Hawks are stuck in the middle of the pack in the Southeast Conference, but Kaelber, a 5-foot-8 senior guard is following up nicely to her junior season when she shared the conference's most valuable player award.

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  • Saturday Jan 23 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal 

    Events to watch, week in review

    Oak Creek at Racine Park, 7 p.m. Tuesday: Southeast Conference leader Park can complete a season sweep of the second-place Knights. City Review, 3 p.m. Wednesday at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena: The boys portion of the Milwaukee City Conference showcase features Hamilton vs. Vincent at 3 p.m., Washington vs. South at 4:30 and King vs. Riverside at 8:15.

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  • Monday Jan 18 | via South Milwaukee 

    Oak Creek boys basketball team steadies itself, beat...

    When the offense went flat for the Oak Creek boys basketball team on Jan. 15 against Kenosha Indian Trail, the Knights could not respond in a damaging Southeast Conference loss. And on Tuesday, when the offense went south again late against a testy host South Milwaukee squad in a tense southside nonconference tilt, the Knights were again wondering if they could overcome that hurdle.

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