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Wednesday, 01 August 2012 15:48

Saukville angler lands top prize with lake trout in Port Lions’ annual Lake Michigan fishing derby

Tom Sanden reeled in the top award in the Port Washington Lions Club’s annual Lake Michigan fish derby last weekend.

Sanden, a Saukville resident, won the grand prize of $1,500 in a drawing between anglers who had the first-place catches in each of five categories.

He won the lake-trout category with a catch that weighed 14.7 pounds.

The top finishers by category follow.

Chinook salmon — First place, Dennis Bartelt, Grafton, 20.2 pounds; second, Ryan Barsch, Port Washington, 19.9; 3, Jordan Schwanz, Port Washington, 19.5; fourth, Leroy Sydow, Columbus, 18.8.

Coho salmon — First, Jeff Visser, Waupun, 7.2; second, Bryan Johnson, West Bend, 6.9; third, Mark Kleppin, Jackson, 6.3; fourth, Dan Kropidlowski, Cedarburg, 6.3.

Brown trout — First, Ken Schlosser, Mequon, 14.9; second, Jerry Booth, Mazomanie, 12.0; third, Larry Lorenz, Port Washington, 11.1; fourth, Joe Kaberleton, Germantown, 8.2.

Lake trout — First, Tom Sanden, Saukville, 14.7; second, Jeff Watzlawick, West Bend, 13.3; third, Chad Andree, Port Washington, 11.9; fourth, Mark Kleppin, Jackson, 10.7.

Rainbow trout — First, Jeff Siira, Oak Creek, 9.7; second, Jim Brooks, Fredonia, 8.4; third, Mark Arle, Port Washington, 8.2; fourth, Ken Carter, Mazomanie, 7.5.

It’s top honors for Weisflog, Godersky PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 15:18

Grafton, Port infielders awarded All-North Shore first-team recognition in vote of baseball coaches

Baseball teams that finish in the bottom half of conference standings usually play second fiddle when it comes to garnering all-league honors.

But the trend didn’t ring true this year for Grafton and Port Washington, who each had a player named to the All-North Shore Conference first team in a recent vote of coaches.

Grafton shortstop Choo Weisflog, a slick fielder with a penchant for getting big hits, received the honor along with Port’s Nick Godersky, a hard-hitting third baseman.

Weisflog, a sophomore, batted .339 in NSC games and was named the Black Hawks’ most valuable player. He scored five runs, drove in seven and had a .441 slugging average with two doubles and two triples.

Weisflog committed only one error and finished with a .986 fielding average.

“It’s a real honor for a player to be named first-team all-conference as a sophomore, especially in the North Shore,” said Grafton coach Brian Durst, whose team tied for sixth place with a 7-11 record.

Ashenden, Ochs take Fish Day 8K titles PDF Print E-mail
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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.

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