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Ashenden, Cerbon rule Fish Day run PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:31

Grafton man, La Crosse woman set pace for 8K race in fundraising run/walk that attracts more than 1,100

Andy Ashenden and Flannery Cerbon raced to top honors in the annual Fish Day 8-kilometer run in Port Washington last Saturday.

Ashenden, a Grafton resident, was the overall winner with a time of 25 minutes, 6.69 seconds.


Cerbon, who lives in La Crosse, was the first woman across the finish line. She was clocked in 30:15.97.


The 8K race and a 2-mile run/walk are held as a fundraiser that benefits Portal Inc., a nonprofit agency that assists developmentally disabled adults in Ozaukee County.


The first-place team in the 8K race was TROP, whose members included Christopher Karpin, Casey Karpin, Mark Pasten, Jack Hackett, Danny Machmueller, Scott Allen, Jerrod Berget, Evan Ross, Jason Revels and Colin Zauner.


In the 2-mile race, the top male runner was Aaron Brown of Random Lake (12:23). The fastest female finisher was Emma Goodman of Saukville (15:00).


A total of 1,133 runners and walkers participated in this year’s events.


The top 8K finishers by age group follow.

 
Turnabout title shot ends Hawks’ run PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:28

Early lead, late comeback not enough for Grafton regional final loss to Falls

Turnabout was hardly fair play for the Grafton High School baseball team last Friday.

Cruising early in a WIAA regional baseball final against Menomonee Falls, the host Black Hawks took a 2-0 lead into the fourth inning.


Two innings later, the Hawks faced a four-run deficit that left them scrambling to preserve their season.


A determined rally pared Falls’ lead but wasn’t enough to avert a 6-5 loss in a game filled with plenty of what-ifs.


“We were never done. One of our strengths is having kids who don’t give up,” Grafton coach Brian Durst said.


“We thought we could come back. We just fell a little bit short.”

 
Kewaskum’s comeback ends tournament trail for Rockets PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:27

For four innings, a 1-0 lead appeared to be enough for the Cedar Grove-Belgium baseball team in a WIAA playoff game at Kewaskum on July 16.

However, a late breakdown dashed the Rockets’ hopes, as the home team rallied to score a 6-1 win in regional semifinal play.


Cedar Grove-Belgium took the lead in the fourth inning on an RBI hit by freshman Justin Theune.


Starting pitcher Justin Obbink made the Rockets’ slim advantage hold up until the fifth, when Kewaskum responded with two runs.


The Indians then pulled away with a sixth-inning uprising, scoring four times against Obbink and reliever Spencer Bares.


Brett Boegel led Kewaskum with a 2-for-3 effort and drove in three runs.

 
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