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Throughout baseball history, the winning of a title, a pennant, a championship is the dream for all ball players, but to win a championship after a long drought makes it even sweeter for a team.
On May 15, the Tri-County Penguins boys’ baseball team defeated the Almond Eagles 9-8, picking up a huge conference win.
On May 17, the Lady Hornets played a double-header against Omro.
Wautoma Hornets Jack Eagan pitched a shut out against the Westfield Pioneers on May 13, playing six innings, and striking out 8 players, walking 3, while only allowing 4 hits.
The Wild Rose Wildcats traveled to Tigerton on May 15 for a defensive battle. The boys’ baseball team walked away with the win leading with 8 hits and 5 runs.