Power Outage Hits Nicolet, Whitefish Bay High Schools

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Summary: Whitefish Bay - Nicolet - Shorewood 1, Kettle Moraine - Mukwonago - Oconomowoc 1

By Vincent Butler, Special to the Journal Sentinel

Jan. 19, 2013 >0 > > > >

The Whitefish Bay-Nicolet-Shorewood hockey team has been a high-scoring unit all season.

The Storm hadn't faced a goalie like Quinn Disrud this season, though. The Kettle Moraine-Mukwonago-Oconomowoc goaltender turned away 49 of 50 shots as the game between the conference leaders ended in a 1-1 tie Saturday afternoon at the Milwaukee School of Engineering's Kern Center.

Whitefish Bay (13-3-1, 4-0 North Shore) came into the game averaging more than five goals per game while allowing fewer than two goals.

"The big difference is that this team has a goalie," Whitefish Bay leading scoring Djordje (pronounced George) Torbica said. "We haven't really faced top-notch goaltenders this season. The only thing you can do is keep throwing the puck at the net and come harder and harder every time."

Disrud's counterpart, junior Sean Leahy, also turned in a standout performance, turning away 35 of 36 shots.

"It was a grinding game for us; they really did a great job against us defensively," Whitefish Bay coach Maco Balkovec said. "We had some fabulous chances but their goalie played fantastic. In the overtime, we had two breakaways with Djordje but the kid made some great saves."

Disrud has been outstanding in goal all season for Kettle Moraine (8-7-4, 3-1 Classic 8). He has to be. The Lasers are averaging 2.50 goals a game. The team has allowed less than two goals per game.

"Our chemistry needs a little work," Disrud said. "But I think by the playoffs, we'll be ready."

The only blemishes against the two goaltenders came in the third period. Kettle Moraine forward Austin Freeman took a pass from Jeff Johnson and hit a wrist shot just past the left skate of Leahy at 11 minutes 1 second.

Torbica tied the game with his 20th goal of the season on a breakaway at 5:28. The senior forward won the faceoff at his team's end, quickly made a break and got a pass at center ice from defenseman Thomas Aiken. Torbica made a couple of feints against Disrud and flicked the puck past goal to tie it.

"It was a set play," Torbica said. "I just brought it back to the defenseman and I jump up the middle and he threw it to me."

Torbica had two chances in overtime, but Disrud was up to the challenge.

Kettle Moraine outshot the Storm, 8-3, in the final period.

Although there was little scoring, both teams played aggressively offensively. Whitefish Bay had four power-play opportunities in the first period. At one point the Storm had a two-man advantage but came up short against Disrud. The second period was a tale of two halves. WNS dominated the first half of the period. Kettle Moraine dominated the second.

"It was a great high school hockey game," Balkovec said. "There were two teams that were evenly matched. It was a lot of fun."

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