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Written by MITCH MAERSCH   
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 17:14


The Grafton High School baseball team may not have come out on top Monday, but coach Brian Durst found encouragement in giving the state’s best team a run for its money.
The Black Hawks grabbed a two-run lead at home over West Bend West before the undefeated Spartans came back to claim their 12th North Shore Conference victory, 4-2.
“It was a really well-played high school baseball game, a great game for the fans to watch and also a great game for both teams to be in,” Durst said.
“West hasn’t had many challenge them this year.”
Grafton’s Haden Fisk was back from injury and threw four shutout innings, including stranding a runner at third base and two more after the leadoff hitter reached.
GRAFTON SLIDE s2062617164 4CIn the bottom of the fourth, Grafton plated its two runs. Jack Pawlak led off with a single, and Fisk moved courtesy runner Ryan Hogan to second on a sacrifice bunt. Zack Merkle walked and Lucas Gosewehr followed with an RBI double to left. John Kluck walked to load the bases, and Drew Donahue hit an RBI sac fly.
The Spartans then got their bats going, tying the game in the top of the fifth.

 
Close-call setback PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017 17:09

Port baseball team comes up one run shy in hard-fought contest against Homestead

Port Washington’s baseball team came up one run short in a 7-6, back-and-forth North Shore Conference contest against host Homestead Monday.
“It was a battle. It was a really good high school baseball game,” Port coach C.J. Koehler said.
“Homestead had one more big hit than we did.”
The Pirates drew first blood right off the bat. Zach Uselding singled, Cody Sadler sacrificed him to second and Marcus Schmitt had an RBI single.
The Highlanders answered with one run in each the first and second innings.
PORT CATCHER s2062217154 4CPort tied the game in the fourth. Schmitt singled, and a Michael Murphy double brought him home.
Homestead again answered with two runs in the fourth to go up 4-2.
Port followed with three runs in the fifth. Pat Knowski singled and Noah Prom reached on an error. Uselding had an RBI single, Sadler an RBI sac fly and Schmitt another RBI single.
Knowski pitched into the fifth and got the first batter out, but the next three Highlanders singled. Prom came in and walked a batter and allowed a two-RBI single, which turned out to be the winning runs.
Port got one run back in the sixth. Tanner Orten reached on an error, stole second and then took third on a passed ball. He scored on a ground out to first.

 
Big East kudos for Rose, Bares PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 28 June 2017 16:47

League soccer coaches reward CG-Belgium duo by naming them to first team

Jessica Rose and Haleigh Bares served as leaders for Cedar Grove-Belgium High School’s soccer team all year, and they fittingly led the Rockets’ post-season honors.
Both were chosen to the Big East All-Conference first team. Haven Minick earned honorable mention.
Rose, a junior team captain, scored 23 goals and had 18 assists.
“Jessica would often stay late after practice to put the extra work in. Hence the improved play, offensive influence and output this year,” coach Elias Garza said.
orange chick“She’s a pacey, dynamic player who could hold the ball and play with her back to the goal, finish with either foot, attack balls out of the air or put the opponent under difficulty with her speed. Going from honorable mention last year as a sophomore to first-team all-conference player as a junior speaks volumes about the body of work for Jessica this year.”
Bares scored 18 goals and had 20 assists in her senior season. Garza said she is an all-around player with no weaknesses.
“Haleigh patrolled and controlled the center of the pitch for us. She played both sides of the ball aggressively, skillfully and with great soccer I.Q. Whether dropping into the holding mid or pushing into the attacking center-mid position, Haleigh’s impact on the team play was monumental,” he said.

 
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