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Ashenden, Ochs take Fish Day 8K titles PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 15:16

Grafton man, Milwaukee woman race to top honors at annual festival run in Port Washington

Andy Ashenden and Holly Ochs raced to top honors in the annual Fish Day 8K Run in Port Washington last Saturday.

Ashenden, a Grafton resident, was the overall winner with a time of 25 minutes, 52.8 seconds.

Ochs, of Milwaukee, was the first woman across the finish line in 32:08.02. She was also the top female finisher last year.

Taking first-place team honors was TROP, which had a composite time of 2:21:30.8. Members were Dan Machmueller, Jack Hackett, Colin Zauner, Mark Pasten, Casey Karpin, Christopher Karpin, Brandon Hinneberg, Jared Sandlin, Eric Ross, Jacob Schowalter, Steven Nelson and Mark Allen.

The race and a 2-mile run/walk, which are held as a fundraiser that benefits Portal Industries, attracted 930 participants.

The winners of the 2-mile race were James Keene of Port Washington among male runners and Sue Miller of West Bend among females.

Top finishers in the 8K race follow.

 
Rockets dominate All-CLC voting PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 15:12

Ruppel, five teammates garner first-team honors for baseball champion CG-B; OHS has four on 2nd team

Making school history is hard enough to do once.

But a senior-laden Cedar Grove-Belgium baseball team was up for the challenge a second time this season.

The Rockets successfully defended the Central Lakeshore Conference co-championship they won last year, this time securing an outright crown. It’s the second conference title they’ve won in 31 years and the first time in school history they’ve repeated.

After winning their first WIAA playoff game in 27 years in 2011, the Rockets won their second playoff contest in the last 28 years this season.

 
Rockets’ playoff dream dies hard PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 14:28

Tough night in Sheboygan Falls brings high-flying CG-B baseball team down to earth

There was nothing easy about the challenge facing the Cedar Grove-Belgium baseball team in a WIAA regional title game last Friday — and the final score reflected that.

After riding a late-season surge into the final, the Rockets found themselves handcuffed by Sheboygan Falls.

Falls, a No. 2 sectional seed, cashed in on Cedar Grove-Belgium mistakes and rolled to a 9-0 home victory.

Although the seventh-seeded Rockets took a five-game winning streak into the game, they committed seven errors and never got on track in an underdog role.

Pitcher Josh Ruppel did his best to keep Cedar Grove-Belgium close, striking out seven in four innings. But he also gave up eight hits and eight runs as Falls quickly took control.

The Rockets failed to get a hit in the first five innings against starter Cole Heili, who struck out eight and walked two.


Cedar Grove-Belgium eventually reached Heili and reliever Jake Wiesenthal for three hits, with Spencer Bares, Luke Kaat and Brian Mueller doing the honors.

Heili led the Falcons’ offensive assault with three hits and three RBI. His hits included a two-run triple in the fourth inning, when Falls scored four times to build an 8-0 lead.

 
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