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Run For State Title Comes Up Short

A strong season came to a close Monday morning in Cedarburg

The Menomonee Falls Indians’ baseball season came to an end Monday in Cedarburg.

Falls lost to Arrowhead High School (24-9, 13-8 Classic 8) 7-4 in the first game of sectionals in the WIAA state baseball tournament. The Indians (27-5, 17-3, Greater Metro) went into the tournament as the top seed, and defeated Slinger 6-1 in the regional final after a bye in the first round.

The Indians were led by seniors Nick Mandella, Joel Zyhowski, Cole Morris, Ryan Bowe, Paul Fitzgerald, and Troy Kenkel. The Indians also clinched the baseball team’s eighth conference championship.

jerry mislang July 17, 2012 at 02:28 AM
Falls was the best team in state all uyear. Lost only five games when every team was gunning for them game after game, week after week, in a tough conference where they wound up being Conference Champs. When it's one and done, stuff happens. Outstanding Senior leadership, excellent Junior class, JV team that lost only two games all year. Can't wait until next year!!! Go Indians...
Richard July 17, 2012 at 01:53 PM
Too bad, a wonderful season ends in disappointment for all! Monday's game is proof just how important very good pitching is when one and done is the mantra.

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