Horseshoes Tavern League May 23 Frog Hop def. Sandbar 11-5; Fox Run def. Bateman 11-5; Eagles def. Charlie’s 9-7; Brown Hut tied Liner 8-8. High ringers: Todd Sheehan 48, Jimmy Gwiazdon 45, Randy Luedtke 42, Roger Hargrave 39, Tom Machnik 37, Jeff Kunz 32, Dan Nelson 32. Standings: Liner 33-15, Bateman 30-18, Fox Run 30-18, Frog Hop 29-19, Brown Hut 22-26, Eagles 22-26, Charlies 15-33, Sandbar 11-37. Golf Pine Meadow Thursday Nite Ladies May 24 Low scores — Flight A:
Two former Eau Claire Memorial athletes wrapped up big weekends at the NCAA Division III track and field championships in La Crosse. Hannah Roeske completed her stellar freshman year for Wheaton College with a pair of All-American finishes. She took third in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 10:23.26 seconds. She turned around and placed sixth in the 5K, running to a time of 17:16.54. Ali Glassbrenner, who runs for St. Thomas, finished sixth in the 1,500 in 4:31.66. It was
Measuring sticks differ at all levels of baseball. In the Majors, winning trumps all. In the minors, development and advancement is the name of the game. The Northwoods League has an added wrinkle: Recruitment. And while the Eau Claire Express have made the playoffs the past two years, adding three more universities to his well may be an even a bigger splash of success for manager Dale Varsho. Thanks to the experiences of guys at his usual schools of recruitment, word of mouth allowed for
MILWAUKEE — A.J. Ramos walked consecutive batters to force in the winning run with two outs in the 10th inning, handing the Milwaukee Brewers a 4-3 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night. Ramos relieved Jerry Blevins with runners at first and third, walked Hernan Perez on four pitches then skipped his 3-1 pitch to Travis Shaw to end it. That scored Eric Sogard, who singled with one out off Robert Gsellman (4-1) to spark the rally and snap an 0-for-28 skid. Sogard, newly
Immanuel 000 101 0 — 2 7 0 Mcdonell 010 002 x — 3 3 0 WP: Megan Baier (7IP, 7H, 2R, 2ER, 0BB, 7K). LP: Steph Kazemba (6IP, 3H, 3R, 2ER, 2BB, 3K). Leading Hitters — Immanuel: Emma Miller 2x3, Brynn Schlerenbeck 2x3 (2 2B). McDonell: Olivia Misna 1x3 (RBI), Baier 1x3 (2B), Liz Rietschel (HR, 2 RBI). Records: Immanuel 8-5; McDonell 16-1.
Elk Mound 100 020 0 — 3 6 2 Altoona 001 021 x — 4 6 1 WP: Ally Wagner (7IP, 6H, 3R, 1ER, 3BB, 1K). LP: Clare Hallum (6IP, 6H, 4R, ER, 2BB, 1K). Leading Hitters — Altoona: Averie Varsho 3x4 (2 2B, RBI), Karly Maurina 1x3 (RBI), Brooklynn Arbs 1x2; Elk Mound: Allison Lindquist 2x3 (2B, RBI), Hailey Blaskowski 1x4. Records: Altoona 19-6; Elk Mound 12-4.
UW-Eau Claire’s David Kornack finished as national runner-up in shot put at the NCAA Division III outdoor track and field national championships in La Crosse on Friday. He unleashed a throw of 60 feet, 8 inches to take second place. UW-Stout’s Sam Elsner earned his second All-America award of the championships by finishing in eighth place in the event. Elsner’s best throw of 53 feet, 2.25 inches was just enough to get him on the podium. He won the discus national title for
Baseball NONCONFERENCE Regis 6, Prescott 5 Regis 004 000 2 — 6 9 1 Prescott 101 111 0 — 5 8 0 WP: Matthew Klink (2IP, 4H, 2R, 2ER, 1BB, 2K). LP: Peter Brookshaw (1IP, 3H, 2R, 2ER, 0BB, 1K). Leading Hitters — Regis: Dayton Gutsch 1x3 (2B, 2 R, RBI), Cade Osborn 3x4 (RBI), Jaxon Kostka 1x3 (HR, 4 RBI), Mason Bauer 1x2 (2B); Prescott: Brookshaw 3x3 (2B, RBI), Derek Rundquist 1x3 (2B, RBI), Jonah Anderson 1x2. Records: Regis 16-4, Prescott 13-6. Memorial 7, D.c.
Cade Osborn singled in Dayton Gutsch in the top of the seventh inning, and the Eau Claire Regis baseball team completed a come-from-behind win over Prescott 6-5 in nonconference action on Friday night in Prescott. Trailing 5-4 to begin the top of the seventh, Gutsch doubled in a run before Osborn’s heroics. Jaxon Kostka hit a grand slam in the third inning for Regis. North Dakota State recruit Peter Brookshaw went 3-for-3 for Prescott but picked up the loss trying to close
With one out, a runner on base and a batter at the plate, the first-seeded McDonell softball team held a one-run lead against the fifth-seeded Lancers in the top of the seventh inning in the WIAA Division 5 regional final. The Macks fielders had a shot at the picture-perfect close. And with the 6-3-5 double play, McDonell ended fifth-seeded Immanuel Lutheran’s playoff hopes with the 3-2 victory to earn the regional title Friday at Casper Park in Chippewa Falls. The defending state