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Klemp, Sass rule county links PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 15:06

Mequon residents capture championship flights in annual Ozaukee County Golf Tournament

Mequon residents Jonathan Klemp and Stephanie Nass captured top honors in this year’s Ozaukee County Golf Tournament.

Klemp won the overall men’s title by shooting a two-round 146 in the 34th annual competition, which was held July 25 to 28 at Hawthorne Hills Golf Course in the Town of Saukville and Mee-Kwon Park Golf Course in Mequon.


Klemp finished nine strokes ahead of runner-up Robert Fechner in the men’s championship flight.


Nass won the women’s championship flight with a score of 163, well ahead of runner-up Stacy Pritzl, who shot 178.


Greg Moline won the senior men’s championship flight with a score of 156, and Herbert Fischer took the super senior men’s championship at 151.


The senior women’s title went to June Caro, who carded 244.


Among boys, Jack Dorward successfully defended his title in the championship flight for ages 15 to 17. He shot 156.


Peter Dorward placed first for the second straight year in the boys’ 12 to 15 championship flight with 161.


Greg Gralewski of Cedarburg won a new car in a hole-in-one contest sponsored by Sommer’s Buick of Mequon. He used a 7-iron to ace the 165-yard third hole at Mee-Kwon Park.


More than 100 golfers participated in the tournament, which is open to county residents.

 
Williams, Zwagerman set Holland Fest pace PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 15:04

Oostburg man, Illinois woman can’t be caught in pursuit of 10K honors during 34th annual Cedar Grove races

Unseasonably cool weather greeted more than 550 runners and walkers as they took to the streets for the 34th annual Holland Fest Run in Cedar Grove last Saturday.

Jordan Williams of Oostburg raced to top honors in the 10-kilometer event, crossing the finish line in 32 minutes, 18 seconds. Taking second in 33:30 was Ryan Mugan of Howards Grove.

Placing first in the women’s 10K race was Jenny Zwagerman of Champaign, Ill., who finished in 39:35. The runner-up was Kiera Depies of Cedar Grove in 40:43.

Alex Aman of St. Charles, Ill., won the men’s two-mile race in 9:21.

Shannon Teunissen of Belvidere, Ill., won the women’s two-mile run in 10:43.

The event also featured a two-mile walk. Runners and walkers followed a course that started at Independence Park and continued through the village and on surrounding roads.

A summary of the top finishes in each race follows.

 
O’Donnell earns nod as CLC’s best PDF Print E-mail
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Written by STEVE OSTERMANN   
Wednesday, 24 July 2013 13:24

CG-Belgium’s hard-hitting senior named Player of Year on all-league first team that also includes Wichmann, Bares

Central Lakeshore Conference baseball coaches didn’t have to look hard to find their 2013 Player of the Year.

They merely had to check the statistical numbers compiled by the best all-around performer on a championship team for a logical choice.


Cedar Grove-Belgium centerfielder Christian O’Donnell received the honor after leading his squad to a share of the CLC title. All the senior did as the Rockets’ leadoff hitter was bat .500 in conference play, score 22 runs and post a .845 slugging average.


O’Donnell had five doubles and two triples, walked nine times and struck out only three times on his way to a .726 on-base percentage.


He stole 20 bases in 22 attempts and showed his glove skills with a .929 fielding average.  


“Christian’s just an excellent all-around ball player,” said Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Mike Ruppel, whose team won its third straight league championship by sharing the crown with Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler.


“He’s a solid contact hitter with gap power and great speed. He was usually the one getting on base first when we did our scoring.”


O’Donnell, who plans to play baseball next year at Wisconsin Lutheran College, earned All-CLC first-team honors for the third straight season. He was one of six unanimous first-team selections in the coaches’ voting and became the league’s inaugural Player of the Year.


Other local players named to the first team were Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Spencer Bares and Ozaukee’s Jeremy Wichmann.

 
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