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Written by SARAH McCRAW   
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 17:16

Port’s Midshore League youth baseball team takes title in inaugural season

    Coaches for the new U14 Midshore Baseball League team in Port Washington would have been happy reaching .500 this season, but instead celebrated winning the league’s championship game in their inaugural year.

    The Port Washington Pirates defeated the Kohler White Bombers, 9-6, in the first round and won 16-13 against the Kohler Blue Bombers in the second round of the championship on Sunday, July 22.

    The victories came against the two teams Port lost to at the beginning of the season.

    “We were able to show that we could really beat them,” said coach Mike Rintelman.

    Rintelman, who spearheaded the creation of the Port Washington Midshore team last fall, said he wanted to help fill a void in youth baseball.

 
Saints march back into 2nd PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 15:53

Saukville starts fast in Lakes win that keeps it alone in division runner-up spot

A fast start helped the Saukville Saints score a key win and maintain the edge in a battle for runner-up honors in Land O’ Lakes baseball last Sunday.

Host Saukville used three walks and an error to score four runs in the first inning and rolled to a 10-3 win over Thiensville-Mequon in Northern Division play.

The win gave the Saints an 11-6 record, one game ahead of third-place Grafton (10-7) entering the final week of the regular season.

Driving in a run apiece for Saukville in the first inning were Josh Hein (sacrifice fly) and Mike Sherrick.

The Saints stretched their early 4-0 lead to 9-1 in the fifth.

Saukville finished with 15 hits, including three apiece by Sherrick and Brandon Slayton. For the Twins (7-10), Ryan Finnerty had three hits, including a solo homer.

Cedarburg (16-0) has clinched the regular-season division title.

Highlights of other local Northern Division games follow:

Grafton 5, West Bend 4

Max Pruefer’s one-out RBI double in the bottom of the ninth lifted the Express to a home win Sunday.

With the game tied at 4-4, Joey Thome started the final rally with a walk. He stole second base and raced home on Pruefer’s hit.

West Bend held a 4-1 lead after two innings, but Grafton scored single runs in the third, fifth and sixth to pull even.

Mickey Pruefer pitched a complete game for the win, blanking the Benders over the last seven innings.

 
Jacobs, Pritzl lead Ozaukee golfers PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 15:50

Cedarburg residents set pace for men, women in annual county tournament

Cedarburg residents Jon Jacobs and Stacy Pritzl captured top honors in this year’s Ozaukee County Golf Tournament.

Jacobs won the overall men’s title by shooting a two-round 138 in the 33rd annual competition, which was held July 26 to 29 at Hawthorne Hills Golf Course in

the Town of Saukville and Mee-Kwon Park Golf Course in Mequon.

Jacobs finished two strokes ahead of Jared Deleaux in the men’s championship flight. Deleaux placed second in the same flight last year.

Pritzl won the women’s championship flight with a score of 178, well ahead of runner-up Nancy Tolocko, who shot 188.

Bob Schroeder won the senior men’s championship flight with a score of 155, and Bill McGaw took the super senior men’s championship at 157.

The senior women’s title went to Sue Wassenberg, who carded 172 to successfully defend her crown.

Among boys, Jack Dorward won the championship flight for ages 15 to 17. He shot 156.

Peter Dorward placed first in the boys’ 12 to 15 championship flight with 165.

More than 170 golfers participated in the tournament, which is open to county residents.

A summary of top finishers follows.

 
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