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Bulldogs Sink Marines in Extra Innings

Issue Date: April 13, 2022

Area Baseball

It took 10 innings, but the Peshtigo Bulldogs finally came away with an 8-7 win over Marinette on Thursday.

The two offenses looked pretty good in the regular innings, but once extras rolled around, the pitchers locked in.

After two scoreless innings by both sides that included five strikeouts and no hits by either team, Peshtigo broke the deadlock in the 10th. With two outs by the first two hitters of the inning, Eli Nystrom was hit by a pitch to start a rally. Trevor Marquardt was hit by a pitch, and Koby Cuyler walked to load the bases.

Four-year varsity player Landon Lemke stepped up to the plate and singled to bring home Nystrom, competing in his first career varsity game.

"We talk "any way you can get on base.' That was his first game playing on varsity, so it's kind of neat to see a full circle moment like that," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "A guy in his first game on varsity, another guy who brought him in who's literally been playing four years on varsity, so it's kind of a neat situation like that."

It was Lemke's third time on base and his second hit. It was Nystrom's second run. He had two hits.

Cuyler and Marquardt also scored two runs each, as they joined Nystrom in a third-inning rally, each scoring in the inning. Marquardt and Cuyler both scored in the sixth as well.

Another player who didn't show up in the scorebook but had a big impact on the game was Peshtigo catcher Trevor Walters. Playing in his first varsity game behind the plate, Walters went 0-5 with four strikeouts, but Henrigillis raved about his defense at what Henrigillis believes is the most important position in high school baseball.

"No one sees the work that goes into blocking pitches in a gym. They don't see what goes into coming in early in the morning and working with a pitching staff, so Trevor Walters might not show up in the box score, but I'll tell you what, how many runs did he save today? He probably saved four or five runs behind the plate," Henrigillis said. "It's great to see. I wish there was a stat that could quantify that, but there's unfortunately not. Coaches know it. If you watch the game and you know what you're looking for, you know it."

It was the first time either Marinette or Peshtigo had been on the field all season. Every practice had been indoors up until Thursday. Walters was just one example of someone whose indoor practice transitioned to the field.

"It was kind of like the great unknown. Our boys have literally not had one practice on the actual field. I think Marinette played a pretty clean game, we played a pretty clean game, so for two teams that haven't been on the field all year long, it was a well-played game by both teams," Henrigillis said. "There weren't a lot of errors, pitchers on both sides threw a lot of strikes."

Three of Marinette's runs came in the fifth inning. Brett Whiting and Alex Rupert singled and Carson Erdman scored one on a sacrifice fly. Lemery singled home another, but Marinette would strand the bases loaded.

Doubek reached on an error and scored in the third, but Marinette left a runner at third in that inning as well.

Adam Lemery, Ashton Lebich, Hayden Treptow, Erdman and Rupert all pitched in the game. Marinette coach Mike Maedke was happy with his collective pitching effort.

"I was impressed with the pitchers. This is the first time outside for practice, but come in and throw strikes, that's what you've got to do," he said. "Our pitchers are not the reason why we lost. That's obvious. Our pitchers did a nice job. Everyone came in, threw strikes, did their part."

Rupert ended up with the loss despite pitching four innings of great baseball. He allowed just one hit, Lemke's game-winner, and struck out six. Lemke also got the win for 3.2 scoreless innings on the mound.

Whiting was 2-3 with two runs. He was hit by two pitches. Lebich went 2-4 with a run and an RBI.



Cougars Get Win Over

Goodman-Pembine

Coleman picked up a 10-5 win over Goodman-Pembine on Monday in a game that won't count on the official record for the teams.

The game only counted as a JV game in order to get everyone into the game for both teams.

Coleman's hitters didn't seem to be affected in the early innings. Will Bieber walked and scored to give Coleman a 1-0 first-inning lead, and he stranded the bases loaded on the mound in the inning as Coleman's pitcher.

The Cougars scored six runs in the third, with Karson Casper, Noah Nosgovitz, Cole Klimek, Logan Kurth, Eli Zablocki, and Joe Olsen each scoring runs. In the fourth, Nosgovitz scored a run, and both Olsen and Trent Mongin scored in the fifth to round out the team's 10 runs.

Nosgovitz ended with three walks, one hit, and two runs scored. Bieber had a run and two RBIs, and Klimek was 2-4 with a run. Mongin had two RBIs and a run. He tripled in the game.

Bieber got the win on the mound, with only one of five runs earned over the course of four innings. He allowed seven hits, struck out seven, and didn't walk a batter.

Nosgovitz threw two hitless innings in relief and Ray Lemieux threw a perfect seventh.

Ryan Ehlert scored two runs for Goodman-Pembine on a 2-3 hitting day. Ryan Erickson was 3-4 with three RBIs and one run.

Kevin Streitzel got the loss, allowing 10 runs (six earned) in 4.2 innings. He allowed six hits and seven alks.

It's been a busy start to the season for local baseball teams, especially Coleman. The Cougars played seven innings against Wausaukee last week, then 14 on Saturday, and they played Monday and Tuesday of this week.

With all those games, it limits practice time, so teams are working things out in-game.

"We've got lots of things to work out," Coleman coach Kent Casper said. "That's where you've got to get a lot of practice time, and we haven't had a lot of practice time to really figure things out, so you're playing games and you're trying to figure things out during the game, but there's a lot of things to cover in practice."

Ultimately, that's what it's all about, though.

"That's what we're here for, to step in and play. They're young boys so they should be able to handle it," Casper said.



Crivitz Battles

Lena for 11-6 Win

Lena out-hit Crivitz on Monday night but was outscored 11-6 by the Wolverines, with an eight-run fourth inning the biggest decider of the outcome.

Entering the fourth, Crivitz led 2-1. The first four batters of the inning reached base, with Caleb McCullough and Jacob Behrendt walking and RBI hits from Brady Tadisch and Seth Sellen.

After a strikeout and a hit-by-pitch, two Wolverines walked in and Dillan Gehm singled home a run.

An error moved Eli Gruzynski home and Kenneth Andrekopoulos scored on a passed ball.

Lena scored three in the fifth, with RBI hits by Logan Graef and Logan Shallow and an RBI single by Josh Kristof, and they got one more in the seventh with a Bryce Kittredge RBI single, but they couldn't cut the deficit any more than that.

It was a balanced effort for the Wolverines lineup, as no player had more than one RBI and only one player, Chad Schroeder, had more than one run. He had two.

Eight Wolverines scored in the game, with Gruzynski, Tegan Werner, Dillon Gehm, McCullough, Logan Marvin, Behrendt, Sellen, Tadisch, Kaiden Goltz, and Andrekopoulos scoring one each.

Sean Christiansen got the win on the mound for Crivitz. He was nearly untouchable through four innings, with just one run allowed, but he was tagged for four in the fifth. He finished with five earned runs allowed on eight hits and three walks. He struck out nine.

Behrendt came in to relieve him, throwing two innings of one-run ball. He struck out four.

Lane Whiting took the loss. He allowed six runs (five earned) on four hits and three walks over 3.1 innings. He struck out seven.

Graef, Shallow, and Wyatt Dean finished the remainder of the game.

For the Lena lineup, Shallow was 3-4 with a double, two runs scored, and an RBI. Kittredge was 2-4 with an RBI, and Graef was 1-3 with a double, two runs scored, and two RBIs.



Coleman Gets Past

Wabeno/Laona

on Four Hits

The Coleman Cougars tallied just four hits against Wabeno/Laona on Saturday, but that was plenty to get six runs across and pick up a 6-1 victory.

The Cougars took a 1-0 lead in the second inning. With one out, Ray Lemieux walked, then advanced to third on a single to second by Cole Klimek and scored on a sacrifice fly by Joe Olsen.

In the third inning, the Cougars added three more.

Trent Mongin and Will Bieber walked, and the Cougars took advantage of some sloppy pitching and catching.

Mongin stole second and advanced to third on a wild pitch while Bieber was at the plate. Once on base, Bieber stole second, and Mongin scored on a wild pitch.

Noah Nosgovitz singled and scored Bieber, then stole second and eventually scored on a passed ball.

In the fourth, Mongin and Olsen singled and eventually scored on a two-out error by the second baseman.

The Rebels' only run came with two outs in the seventh. Karson Casper and Bieber combined to stifle the Rebel offense, with Casper going three scoreless to start the game, striking out five and allowing two hits and three walks. Bieber took over and threw four innings of one-run ball, with two hits and four strikeouts. Both pounded the strike zone, combining to throw 61 of 96 pitches for strikes in the game. Of 28 batters faced, 24 saw first-pitch strikes.

Mongin was 1-2 with two runs and a walk, Nosgovitz was 1-3 with a run scored, and Olsen was 1-2 with one run, one walk, and one RBI. Klimek was 1-3.

After a long winter, it was nice to get out on the field over the weekend.

"Everybody was playing. Varsity was playing, JV was playing, everybody was playing, so we had a good day," Coleman coach Kent Casper said. "We got everybody to pitch and people got a lot of playing time. I think everybody was excited to hit the field. That's what it's all about."



Coleman No

Hits Wausaukee

in Early Season Action

Five Coleman pitchers combined to no-hit Wausaukee over five innings in a 13-0 win Thursday.

Karson Casper, Ray Lemieux, Logan Kurth, Noah Nosgovitz, and Joe King all threw one inning apiece. A hit batter by Lemieux in the second inning was the only Wausaukee batter to reach base in the game. The five pitchers struck out seven, with Nosgovitz, Kurth, and Lemieux striking out two apiece. King struck out one in an eight-pitch fifth.

Coleman's offense was the complete opposite of Wausaukee's, tallying 12 hits and 13 runs.

Cole Klimek went 3-3 with two runs, two RBIs, and two steals, and Kurth was 2-3 with two runs, two RBIs, a steal, and a triple.

Will Bieber was 2-3 with two runs, an RBI, a walk, and two steals.

In addition to their pitching, Lemieux and Nosgovitz scored two runs and had an RBI each. Casper scored once and added an RBI.



Oconto Takes Win

Over Crivitz at

Jeff Baumann Invite

A seven-run third inning propelled Oconto to a 10-5 win over Crivitz in the first game of the Jeff Baumann Invitational over the weekend.

Trailing 1-0 after two innings, Oconto nine-hitter Bryton Fuller opened the inning with a single, starting a stretch of four straight singles by Blue Devil hitters, with Braden Shallow, Luke Krueger, and Riley Anderson each getting hits. After a groundout, Devon Bostwick singled, and Crivitz compounded its issues with two errors in the next three plate appearances.

Crivitz got one back in the third and scored three in the seventh, but it wasn't enough to overcome that seven-run inning, as well as two more Blue Devil runs in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Tegan Werner took the loss, throwing three innings with seven hits and seven runs (four earned) allowed. He walked one and hit one.

Conner Christensen got the win. He threw 96 pitches to complete six innings, allowing two runs, one earned, on two hits and three walks. He struck out eight.

For Oconto, Bostwick was 2-4 with two RBIs and one run scored, Krueger was 2-4 with one run and two RBIs, Shallow was 2-4 with two runs and one RBI, and Anderson was 2-4 with two runs scored and one batted in. Fuller was 2-3 with one run.

Seth Sellen had two of the Wolverines' four hits, scoring twice. Kenny Andrekopoulos had three RBIs on a seventh-inning double.



Wolverines Blast

Wildcats With 11 runs

Crivitz turned five hits into 11 runs in a win over Lena on Monday, with a nine-run fourth inning setting the Wolverines up for the win.

Pitching was in control early, with both teams going scoreless for the first two innings. In the third, Lena got on the board first as Logan Graef walked, advanced to second on an error by the catcher and scored on a Tyler Shallow single.

Immediately after falling behind 1-0, Crivitz took the lead, and the problems were all of Lena's own making. A walk put Kaiden Goltz on first, and he scored on the next hitter on an error by the pitcher, which moved a bunting Chad Schroeder all the way to third. Schroeder scored on a wild pitch.

A groundout to third and two swinging strikeouts was the result of Lena's next round at the plate, and from there, Crivitz took over.

Caleb McCullough and Jacob Behrendt walked to start the inning, Seth Sellen singled and Brady Tadisch reached on an error.

After a strikeout, Chad Schroeder was hit by a pitch. With the bases loaded, Eli Gruszynski and Tegan Werner both walked to push runs across.

From there, a fielder's choice, two walks, two singles, and two errors finished off a nine-run inning.

Lena scored four in the fifth to make it an 11-5 game, but the Crivitz pitching would hold them there.

Sean Christiansen pitched five innings, allowing five runs (three earned). He struck out five. Behrendt finished off the final two innings with one run allowed.

At the plate, Behrendt was 2-3 with an RBI and a run scored. Schroeder scored twice.

Lane Whiting took the loss for 3.1 innings of six-run ball. Four were earned on three hits and three walks. He struck out seven. Graef, Logan Shallow, and Wyatt Dean finished the game. Graef didn't record an out and allowed two runs, while Shallow and Dean each threw 1.1. Shallow allowed three runs (two earned) and Dean was not scored upon.

Logan Shallow and Bryce Kittredge were each 2-4. Shallow scored two runs and had an RBI. Graef scored two runs with an RBI as well.



Wolverines Have Tough

Going Against Crandon

The Crivitz Wolverines couldn't get the bats going in a 12-2 loss to Crandon at the Jeff Baumann Invitational on Saturday.

Crivitz had just three hits in the game, all of them coming in the first inning. Tegan Werner singled and scored on a Dillan Gehm triple. Gehm made it 2-0 Wolverines after scoring on a Caleb McCullough single.

That would be the last of the Crivitz offense, and Crandon scored one in the first and four in the second, never looking back. The Cardinals added four in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Chad Schroeder took the loss, throwing two innings and allowing five runs (two earned) on two hits and two walks. Brady Tadisch allowed four unearned runs in two innings, and Gehm threw one inning, allowing three runs (two earned).

Crandon's Brett Palubicki got the win for five innings of two-run ball, settling in after a tough first inning. He struck out seven.



Wolverines Open

Season With Win

Over Gillett/Suring

The Crivitz Wolverines defeated Gillett/Suring 13-4 in seven innings on Thursday to open the 2022 season.

Gillett/Suring struck first in the opening inning, with Keegan Rattin reaching on a walk and eventually scoring on a wild pitch to give his team a 1-0 lead.

Crivitz answered in the second with four runs. Jacob Behrendt opened the inning with a single. He would steal two bases and then take home on a wild pitch.

After a flyout by Seth Sellen, Chad Schroeder and Sean Christiansen both reached on walks. Eli Gruszynski and Dillan Gehm had singles and two RBIs each in the inning.

After a scoreless third by G/S, Behrendt opened the third inning on base as well, reaching on an error. He stole second and Sellen singled, and the pair would score to open up a 6-1 Crivitz lead.

After three G/S runs in the top half of the fourth, Wolverines added four more in the bottom half with Gruszynski, Tegan Werner, Gehm, and Brady Tadisch all scoring runs after reaching on two walks, one hit-by-pitch, and one error.

Gruszynski reached on an error and scored his third run of the ballgame in the fifth, with Werner walking and scoring as well. Both scored on wild pitches.

Gruszynski was 2-3 with three runs and two steals. Werner walked three times and scored twice and Behrendt scored twice with one RBI.

Behrendt threw 3.1 innings in the game and picked up the win. Christiansen threw the rest of the seven.

Rattin took the loss after throwing three innings for Gillett/Suring. At the plate, he walked three times and scored once. Quinn Thomson and Ryan Pensis singled and scored in the fourth inning.



Peshtigo Drops

Match With Fox

Valley Lutheran

Peshtigo couldn't take advantage of runners in scoring position and limit its defensive errors in a 13-6 loss to Fox Valley Lutheran on Monday.

The bulldogs committed seven errors and left seven runners in scoring position outside of the third inning, where they scored six and took a 6-4 lead.

In the third, Collin McMahon led off with a single and Trevor Marquardt moved him over. Koby Cuyler and Landon Lemke both walked, and a run scored on a force out. Jake Berth and Will McMahon walked, and Caleb Proft was hit by a pitch, helping the Bulldogs move six across the plate.

In the fifth, up 6-5, Will McMahon and Proft singled and moved to third and second, but a strikeout ended the inning.

FVL took an 8-6 lead in the fifth, with three runs scoring on no hits, with three walks and two errors doing the damage.

In the sixth, FVL scored five on three walks and three hits to blow the game open.

Will Boettcher started on the mound, allowing four runs (two earned) in three innings. Eli Nystrom ended up with the loss, but all five of his runs allowed in two-plus innings were unearned. He allowed three walks and one hit.

"We weren't as sharp as we were on Saturday today. It always starts with pitching and defense. Unfortunately, when you make seven errors and walk seven hitters it's tough to win a ballgame," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "However, we had a chance until the sixth so we stuck in it the whole way. We start conference play this week so we'll need to be much more sharp."

At the plate, Trevor Marquardt was 3-5 with a run scored. Nystrom went 2-2 at the plate after entering the game.

Boettcher, Berth, McMahon, and Cuyler each scored runs as well.



Rangers Rout STAA in

Early Season Match Up

Wausaukee walloped Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy on Monday, 28-2.

Wausaukee scored 14 runs in the first inning and seven each in the second and third.

STAA batters walked five times and scored two runs in the fourth, while Wausaukee had 21 hits to go with 14 runs.

A total of 14 different Rangers scored runs and nine had hits, including four-hit games for two players, Ryan Wojcik and Prestin Brunette.

Brunette went 4-4 with two doubles, three runs scored, and four RBIs, while Wojcik was 4-4 with three runs and three RBIs. Both players walked as well.

Kamden Stumbris was 3-4 with two runs and three RBIs and Christian Deschane was 3-5 with three runs and three RBIs.

Connor Schroeder, Luke Smith, Nathan Shaw, Layne Rowley, and Danny Suennen scored two runs each. Schroeder and Kayden Suennen had two RBIs each. Kayden Suennen was 2-2 with a run and two RBIs, and Rowley was 2-2 with two runs and an RBI.

Wojcik got the win, pitching two scoreless. Shaw threw a scoreless frame and Kamden Strumbris threw one inning, allowing two runs on five walks.

Teagan Anderson took the loss. He allowed three runs without recording an out to start the game. Ethan Braley allowed 11 runs in two thirds and Dakota Yother threw the final 2.1 innings and allowed 14.

Calvin Peters had STAA's only hit and one of two RBIs for the Cavaliers.



Coleman Holds

Menominee to Just

two Hits in Shutout

Coleman defeated Menominee 9-0, holding the Maroons to just two hits in the five-inning game.

Karson Casper pitched four innings, allowing two hits and walking one. He struck out 11. Logan Kurth finished the game with one scoreless inning.

For the Coleman offense, Will Bieber was 2-4 with two runs scored, Casper was 2-3 with two runs scored and an RBI, and Noah Nosgovitz went 2-2 with two runs and two RBIs. Kurth had a double and three RBIs.

The Cougars ran rampant on the basepaths, with 12 steals in the game. Casper stole four bases and Bieber took three bags.

Menominee's Austin Malke pitched three innings and allowed six earned. Gabe Buck allowed three runs (two earned) in two innings.

Menominee got one hit each from Malke and Brody Waara.



Wolverines Take

Down Cavaliers

The Crivitz Wolverines posted a 16-0 win over the St. Thomas Aquinas cavaliers Tuesday evening in Crivitz.

Crivitz pitcher Tegan Werner had the mood under his control from start to finish as he nearly shut down the Cavvies entirely, but one hit from STAA's Henry Piasecki saved the caves from a no hitter.

Crivitz piled up seven hits in their 16 run win.

The win went to Werner who pitched five innings and allowed one hit and two walks while striking out five.

Piasecki took the mound loss allowing 15 runs on five hits while allowing three walks and striking out two.

At the plate the Wolverines' Sean Christiansen led the way with a two of four performance with two runs and three RBIs.



Peshtigo

Defeats Sevastopol

The Peshtigo Bulldogs posted a 9-4 win over Sevastopol Tuesday night.

Peshtigo scored one run in the first inning and two in the third before piling on six in the fifth inning.

Peshtigo's Berth took the pitching win over his five inning allowing two walks and two hits. He allowed four runs (two earned) while striking out five.

"It felt good to get back on the field after last night's disappointing performance and play better. We pitched and had much better approaches at the plate highlighted by Trevor Marquardt and Jake Berth who has been a steady presence on the mound the past two years.," said Peshtigo head coach Neal Henrigillis. "I anticipated this game may end early due to weather so it was vital to get ahead. Sevastopol always plays tough and will compete. Especially with only 8 conference games we have to have laser like focus. I'm proud of our boys to get the first conference win, and game, out of the way."


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08-08-2022Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Board Okays Plan To Add K-9 Police Officer

08-08-2022Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Am. Legion Post to Celebrate US Coast Guard

08-08-2022Community - Crivitz
American Legion Annual Open House Aug. 17th

08-08-2022Perspectives
"Gathering Wild Roses" by Roger Lanich

08-08-2022Perspectives
Judy Reid's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
Pete Pfankuch's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
Derrick J. McGee's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
David Johnson's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
Engaged in Battles - From My Window 8/3/22

08-08-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 8/3/22

08-08-2022Obituaries
Douglas R. Aagaard

08-08-2022Obituaries
Bernadine F. Brown

08-08-2022Obituaries
Steven J. Delfosse

08-08-2022Obituaries
Albert W. Ewaldt

08-08-2022Obituaries
Virginia Ferdon-Shallow

08-08-2022Obituaries
George Hoffman

08-08-2022Obituaries
Louise Kawa

08-08-2022Obituaries
Mary J. Kleinke

08-08-2022Obituaries
Jean La May

08-08-2022Obituaries
Darrell R. Laylin

08-08-2022Obituaries
Scott P. Piantek

08-08-2022Obituaries
Ronald J. Renk

08-08-2022Obituaries
Karrie A. Sadowski

08-08-2022Obituaries
Gary L. Seidl

08-08-2022Obituaries
Eunice M. Schultz

08-08-2022Obituaries
Ronald M. Shearer, Sr.

08-08-2022Obituaries
Sandra L. Mayou

08-08-2022Obituaries
Martin G. Wellner

08-08-2022Community - Coleman
Pantry Continues Food Distribution Procedures

08-08-2022Community - Coleman
Location Changed for Coleman FFA Alumni Annual Auction Aug. 6

08-08-2022Front Page
Wes Olson Now Sexton For Riverside Cemetery

08-08-2022Front Page
City Streets & Drainage Committee Okays Permits

08-08-2022Front Page
Aug. 9 Primary Contests For Federal, State, County Offices

08-08-2022Front Page
Chase Kuffel Hired As Peshtigo City Engineer

07-28-2022Front Page
Trygve Rhude Sworn In As Marinette County Supervisor

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Students Win Poppy Poster Contest

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Back to School Program Now Registering

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Niagara Town Board May Stop Renting Town Hall

07-27-2022Perspectives
Wanna Go Hunting? DNR to Host Intro To Hunting Webinar Beginning July 28th

07-27-2022Perspectives
Gary B. Schahczenski's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Michael Sievert's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Gerry Schoenfeldt's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Cathi Malke's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Les Gertz's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Jessica Olson's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Ellen Hanneman's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Amy Grandaw's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Linda Gould's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Bob Blackbourn's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Bonnie C. Beamer's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Jeff Jandrey's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Family Matters - From My Window 7/27/22

07-27-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 7/27/22

07-27-2022Obituaries
Arnold R. Belair

07-27-2022Obituaries
Donald A. Bertrand

07-27-2022Obituaries
James K. Beyer

07-27-2022Obituaries
Carol J. Borths

07-27-2022Obituaries
Michael J. Enstrom

07-27-2022Obituaries
Ruth E. Karkkainen

07-27-2022Obituaries
Judith A. Kirt

07-27-2022Obituaries
Margie A. Jones

07-27-2022Obituaries
Jacob J. Kaster

07-27-2022Obituaries
Michael J. Mann, Jr.

07-27-2022Obituaries
Marie Marquardt

07-27-2022Obituaries
Jeffery L. Meyer

07-27-2022Obituaries
Marcia A. Peters


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