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Panthers win CWS crown with win

Leader Sports Editor

BOWLER The Bowler baseball team claimed its first CWS Conference title since 1982 Monday afternoon with an 8-1 win over Tigerton. Coming off their only loss of the season last Friday, the Panthers clinched the title with the help of a five-run fifth inning breaking open a 3-1 game.

Brad Emmel went the distance on the mound for Bowler striking out nine batters and allowing just two hits for the win. Andy Kryll picked up the loss for the Tigers.

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Marion sweeps pair of games from Eagles

Leader Sports Editor

MARION The Marion baseball team swept a doubleheader over Menominee Indian Monday afternoon to wrap up their season. The Mustangs beat the Eagles 10-3 in game one and 11-8 in game two in CWL Conference action.

In the first game the Mustangs broke open a 3-2 game with a six-run effort in the fourth inning to pull away for the win. Jason Smith went four innings striking out eight to pick up the win. Mike Kinepoway picked up the loss for the Eagles.

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Shawano softball shuts down Bay Port

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The Shawano softball team belted 17 hits in their 13-0 shutout of Bay Port Monday afternoon in Bay Conference play. The Hawks scored six runs in the second and fourth innings to pull out the big win.

Deanna Hartzell went the distance striking out five batters, while allowing just three hits to get the win on the mound for Shawano.

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Bears show perfection

Leader Sports Editor

SHIOCTON Y2K means perfection for the Bonduel baseball team as they wrapped up their regular season with their 18th straight win, an 8-2 victory over Shiocton Monday afternoon, to stay unbeaten on the year.

I've been here 19 years and it hasn't happened," said Bonduel Head Coach James Reinke of his team finishing the regular season unbeaten.

The Bears also won the CWL Conference title for the first time since 1994 behind solid pitching and timely hitting throughout the season.

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15
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Spring practice

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Bob Sweeney, coach of the Phillies girls softball team in Shawano, gets ready to send in a pitch to Hannah Molitor (not pictured) on Monday, as Caitlin Sweeney, left, and Megan Lacy wait to field a hit at one of the fields at Memorial Athletic Park. Practice for youth leagues is just getting underway, although today's rainy weather may stop teams from getting on the diamonds the next few days.

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Chmura charged with sexual assault of 17-year-old

Associated Press

WAUKESHA Mark Chmura's 17-year-old baby sitter told police the Green Bay Packer tight end led her in a bathroom, had her on the ground in seconds and had sex with her at a post-prom party last month.

"He is four times my size. What could I do?" the girl said, according to the criminal complaint filed Monday.

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15
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County panel sends pay hikes for officials back to full board

Leader Reporter

Two Shawano County Board committees have reexamined a two-year salary proposal for elected county officials and have sent it back to supervisors with only one adjustment.

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