Alex Tozer’s last name is essentially synonymous with Milwaukee soccer. The 26-year-old, still a professional soccer player himself and deeply involved in the sport locally and nationally, doesn’t shy away from the connection to his father, Keith, the former Milwaukee Wave coach and national soccer advocate. “People ask me a lot if it’s difficult having my dad’s last name,” said Alex Tozer, the newly hired boys soccer coach at Oak Creek High School.
Like many high-school students, Andrew Butler is fond of Xbox, and he might occasionally foray into playing an NHL video game. But he’s far more partial to Black Ops or Grand Theft Auto, with the NHL games perhaps not quite as easily controlled as their real-life counterpart for Butler. “I do tend to get mad (with the NHL games),” he admitted. The Germantown High School freshman is very much in control when it’s his own skates touching the ice.
The Arrowhead hockey team has gotten red-hot, having won five in a row heading into a Jan. 20 battle with Fox Cities and seven of eight. Arrowhead (11-6-1) is part of a logjam in the Classic 8, sitting at 3-1 along with Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc (which has also won five straight games heading into a Jan. 19 battle), University School and Marquette. Waukesha stands at 3-0. Arrowhead meets the Wings on Feb. 6. Jaxson Carr leads Arrowhead in points with 39, while Tyler Trivett has 31.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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