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Wednesday, 14 August 2013 13:43

Grafton resident leads the pack at fourth annual Port Washington triathlon

Dozens of athletes put their speed and endurance to the test during the fourth annual City of Seven Hills Triathlon in Port Washington last Saturday.

Adan Burgos of Grafton emerged as the overall winner of the competition, which included a 2/10ths of a mile swim in Pirates’ Hollow Waterpark, followed by a 12-mile bike ride and 3-mile run on city streets.


Burgos, who was the top finisher among males ages 30 to 39, posted a cumulative time of 1 hour, 19 seconds, including transition periods between events.


The top female finisher was Andi Barber of Port Washington (1:12:23).


The winning team was Mike & Lily Relay, consisting of Mike Peacy and Lily Kaplan of Grafton. Their collaborative time was 1:09:16.


A total of 37 individuals and four relays participated in this year’s event, which was organized by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.


A summary of the top age-group finishers follows.

 
Norman, Kultgen lead Green Heart 5K PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 August 2013 13:38

Port, Random Lake runners take top honors at 9th annual 5K fundraising race in Belgium

A Port Washington High School junior set for the pace for the ninth annual Green Heart Run and Walk in Belgium last Saturday.

Eagan Norman, 16, emerged as the overall winner in the 5-kilometer race. He crossed the finish line in 16 minutes, 38 seconds.

Karla Kultgen, 26, of Random Lake  was the top female finisher with a time of 20:13.

 
Saints fall short in role as LOL spoiler PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 07 August 2013 16:06

Ninth inning rally allows Cedarburg to repeat as Land O’ Lakes champions

The Saukville Saints seemed to relish the role of Land O’ Lakes spoiler in Sunday’s road showdown with the Cedarburg Mercs — that was, right up until the final at bat.

Cedarburg clinched the title as the Northern Division’s regular champions with a 3-2 home win over Saukville. The win snuffed out the hopes of the second-place Grafton Express to unseat the Mercs.


In Sunday’s game, the Saints scored two runs in the opening inning, and gave up only one run over eight innings. That set the stage for some ninth-inning dramatics.


Cedarburg’s Robby Proehl delivered a one-out sacrifice fly in the bottom on the ninth to tie the game. The next Mercs batter, Ross Zahour, singled to deliver the game winning run.


Zach Lauterbach got the win for Cedarburg.


Zahour collected three hits during the day, as did Ian Tucker for the Saints.


The Mercs wrapped up their regular season play Monday with a road win against the West Bend Benders.


The 13-0 victory gave them a season record of 16-2.


In other Land O’ Lakes action:


Grafton 8, Port Washington 7


The Grafton Express did their best to keep the division race interesting, pulling off an 8-7 road win Friday over the Port Washington Lakers.

Grafton overcame a sluggish start to lead 5-3 after two innings and held off a determined Port Washington rally in the bottom of the ninth for the win.


Lance Keplinger, Max Pruefer and Drew Doring each had two hits for the Express.


Miles Mayer earned the win, and Nick Wycklendt came in for the save,

 
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