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Written by Mitch Maersch   
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 19:28

Marksmanship, teamwork carry CG-Belgium 8th-grade squad to top honors in Ohio

When it comes to “ready, aim, shoot,” no team in the country is better than the Rocket Trap.sports3

The five-member squad from Cedar Grove-Belgium schools recently won a national title in the Intermediate Eighth Grade Division of the Scholastic Clay Target Program in Marengo, Ohio.

Members included Tony Ogren, Jake Weyker, Nolan VanEss, Josh Nett and Matt Anderson.

“We’ve got a very solid five kids, which helps you win the team event. They’re very consistent,” coach Dan Nett said.

The team tournament spanned two days of an eight-day competition that attracted shooters from fifth grade through college.

Each team member shoots at 100 clay targets each day, divided up into rounds of 25. One round consists of shooters firing at five targets at each of five stations.

 
Familiar foe, familiar heartbreak PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Ostermann   
Wednesday, 20 July 2016 19:48

State champion Menomonee Falls’ late rally leaves Grafton baseball team with another season-ending loss

No one would blame the Grafton Black Hawks if they prefer not facing Menomonee Falls on the baseball diamond for a while.sports1

For the third straight year Monday, the teams tangled in the WIAA playoffs, and the Hawks were handed a season-ending loss.

This time, Falls prevailed with a 2-1, walk-off win in a pitcher-dominated sectional semifinal at Germantown that could have easily gone the other way.

“It’s frustrating, but we gave Falls a great game,” Grafton coach Brian Durst said.

“We had our chances, but we just didn’t hit the ball well. We couldn’t get anything going offensively, which was the big story for us.”

Shaky defense at inopportune times also cost the Hawks, including on the final play.

The game was knotted at 1-1 when Falls mounted the decisive rally in the bottom of the seventh inning.

 
Allen rules Fish Day run PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 20 July 2016 19:44

Former PWHS standout races to top overall honors;  Depies wins women’s title

Scott Allen and Kiera Depies raced to top honors in the 31st annual Fish Day 8-kilometer run in Port Washington last Saturday.sports2

Allen, a former Port Washington High School standout runner who lives in Milwaukee, was the overall winner with a time of 26 minutes, 54 seconds.

Depies, a former Cedar Grove-Belgium High School standout who lives in Platteville, was the first woman across the finish line. She was clocked in 31:45.

The 8K race and a 2-mile run/walk are held as a fundraiser that benefits Portal Inc.

The 8K race had 452 entrants, 421 of whom finished.

The first-place 8K team was TROP, whose top five finishers were Dominic Maio, Rod Hacksaw, Brian Schafer, Nick Michalowski and Nicholas Bath. They had a combined time of 2:20:06.

The fastest 8K runner with a stroller was Brian Udovich of Oconomowoc.

 
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