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WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- The barrister tallied the aces in the nine-round match and made sure the audience was involved, allowing them to twice decide the striker’s fate.

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And even though strikers knocked the apple around and stepped on the dish, the match got serious when women cranks let the ballists adjust their uniforms.

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Translation: The umpire kept score in the nine-inning game and twice asked the crowd to make the safe or out call for runners at first base. Batters hit the ball and many runners crossed home plate, but female fans decided whether players could roll up the sleeves of their extremely warm jerseys.

STATELINE NEWS -- Eleven members of the Illinois Jets boys and girls track program recently qualified for the AAU Junior Olympic Games.

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The competitions run from July 24 through Aug. 2 at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Track events start July 26.

Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:00

Golfers chipping in to help KANDU

JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- Area golfers will be teeing it up Thursday, Aug. 7, for the 12th annual Winners golf outing and dinner to benefit KANDU Industries.

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The day’s activities at Glen Erin Golf Club will include registration at 10:30 a.m. (entry fee is $150), lunch at 10:45 a.m., a shotgun start at noon, putting contest and social hour at 3:30 p.m. and dinner and program at 4:30 p.m. There also will be hole-in-one prizes.

Each participant will receive a gift bag and $100 gift card. Those who do not golf may join the festivities at 3:30 p.m. for hors d’oeuvres, dinner and the ceremony for $50.

Proceeds will help KANDU buy production equipment to provide more opportunities for client workers and to expand its programs.

Sponsorship opportunities also are available to individuals and businesses.

Call (608) 755-4123 for more information.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 00:00

Photo Gallery: Old World Wisconsin Baseball

Dozen of fans watched the Eagle Diamonds defeat the Milwaukee Grays in vintage base ball on July 12th at Old World Wisconsin.

WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- Colin Grove was kept busy this past season, and the left-handed pitcher met almost every challenge for eventual NCAA Division III national baseball champion University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

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The 2010 Beloit Memorial High School graduate shared the team lead with 19 appearances, all in relief, and finished second in earned-run average at 2.33. That helped the Warhawks earn the school’s second World Series title, both under John Vodenlich, whose first trophy came in 2005.

JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- Being chosen to participate in an all-star game is a huge honor for any high school senior athlete and the ultimate way to end his/her prep career.

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Janesville Parker offensive lineman T.J. Steinke, at 6-foot-4 and 295 pounds, fits right in with other top performers at the annual Wisconsin Football Coaches Association games.

STATELINE NEWS -- Transition has been the name of the game for Rock County’s teams in the Home Talent League this season.

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Clinton’s and Evansville’s entries in the 46-team adult amateur baseball organization are in rebuilding mode while adapting to younger rosters, while the Orioles also have endured growing pains with a move from Orfordville.

JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- Transition has been the name of the game for Rock County’s teams in the Home Talent League this season.

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Clinton’s and Evansville’s entries in the 46-team adult amateur baseball organization are in rebuilding mode while adapting to younger rosters, while the Orioles also have endured growing pains with a move from Orfordville.

Thursday, 19 June 2014 00:00

Rock Valley announces all-league picks

STATELINE NEWS -- The Rock Valley Conference recently announced its all-league selections for softball, baseball and boys golf.

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Softball

The Rock Valley South first team features Player of the Year Kelsie Packard, a junior pitcher from Beloit Turner. The other Trojans on the first unit are junior catcher Summer Amman and junior infielder Tessa Mikkelson.

JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- The seeds are being planted. Now, Claire Cantwell is hoping that it germinates and blossoms.

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Cantwell is the recreation supervisor with the city of Delavan’s Parks & Recreation department whose efforts are helping introduce local residents to pickleball, a national craze and arguably the fastest-growing sport in the country.

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