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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 19:31

CG-Belgium pounds past Resorters to stretch streak to season-best three games

The Cedar Grove-Belgium baseball team finally got a winning streak going, and the Rockets did it in dominant and efficient fashion.sports1

After failing to post back-to-back victories all season, the Rockets made it three in a row with a 13-3 win over Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in a Big East Conference game Monday.

The victory was also Cedar Grove-Belgium’s fourth in its last five contests

“Our defense has really improved over the last five games,” Rockets coach Tom Race said. “We cut down on our errors.”

Tyler Kraus helped Cedar Grove-Belgium secure Monday’s six-inning win at home by pitching the first five innings. He allowed the Resorters one earned run on three hits, struck out three and walked three.

“Tyler is a sophomore and has really started to pitch well over the last month,” Race said.

 
Lukas rides to the rescue for Hawks PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 19:29

Senior uses his arm, bat to help Grafton down East after back-to-back NSC losses

After losing their first two baseball games last week, the Grafton Black Hawks needed a reversal of fortune.sports2

Adam Lukas came to the rescue.

Not only did the senior pitch a complete game in a 7-1 win over West Bend East on June 23, he came up big at the plate with a home run.

“Adam had a great game on the mound and offensively,” Grafton coach Brian Durst said.

“We wanted to end the week on a positive note, and he helped make sure of that.”

After the Hawks took a 1-0 lead in the first inning of the North Shore Conference contest, Lukas gave them all the scoring they needed in the third.

Ben Mason reached on a single, and Lukas followed with a two-run homer over the fence to make it 3-0. Each player had two of Grafton’s eight hits in the game.

For good measure, the Hawks padded their lead by adding two runs in both the fourth and fifth innings. Each time, the scoring came with two outs.

 
Kelley prevails in rain-soaked Frebeka 5 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 19:24

Jackson man races to top honors in Lions’ annual event; Lanser leads women’s field

The weather was no friend to runners and walkers in the annual Frebeka 5 Family Health Challenge Events Sunday, June 26, at Waubedonia Park in Fredonia.sports3

Rain made things extra tough for the 60 participants, who vied for honors in 5-mile, 2-mile and kids’ 1-mile runs.

Michael Kelley, 26, of Jackson raced to top overall honors in the 5-mile run with a time of 32 minutes, 41 seconds.

Julie Lanser, 22, of Belgium was the top female finisher in 35:47.

The overall winner of the 2-mile run was Craig Watry, 28, of Kewaskum in 12:49.

The women’s 2-mile run was won by Karla Kultgen, 29, of Kronenwetter in 13:10.

A 2-mile walk was also held.

 
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