July 24, 2016
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Just keep on swimming, Kingfish sayBY DAN TRUTTSCHEL

They may be swimming upstream a bit at this point, but don’t count the Kenosha Kingfish out just yet.

Even at 4-10 in the second half and in last place in the Northwoods League’s South Division going into Saturday night’s game against the Wisconsin Woodchucks at Simmons Field, they plan to fight to the end in the last 22 games.

Hall of Fame’s traveling ‘We Are Baseball’ exhibit a big hit

MILWAUKEE — As if the recent Northwoods League Home Run Derby at the Harbor and All-Star Game weren’t enough, area baseball fans can treat themselves to another unique event through July 31.

It’s the Baseball Hall of Fame Tour called “We Are Baseball” — a collection of five trailers filled with memorabilia and interactive displays, along with an IMAX theater, set up in the Braves parking lot in the shadows of Miller Park.

One more timeKENOSHA NEWS STAFF

Three Kenosha football players who will be hitting the college gridiron this fall will play in one final high school competition tonight at UW-Oshkosh’s Titan Stadium.

Wide receiver Christian Jones and offensive lineman Jake Simar, Indian Trail graduates, and offensive lineman Kyle Richter, a Tremper graduate, will suit up for the Large School South team in the annual Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game against the Large School North squad at 6 p.m.

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Just keep on swimming, Kingfish sayBY DAN TRUTTSCHEL

They may be swimming upstream a bit at this point, but don’t count the Kenosha Kingfish out just yet.

Even at 4-10 in the second half and in last place in the Northwoods League’s South Division going into Saturday night’s game against the Wisconsin Woodchucks at Simmons Field, they plan to fight to the end in the last 22 games.

Local College
Red Men start summer break on working vacationBY JEREMY REEVES

jreeves@kenoshanews.com

After two years of planning, the Carthage football team will finally get to experience life overseas for the next week.

On Campus
Savaglio makes his mark at ValpoBY DAN TRUTTSCHELdtruttschel@kenoshanews.com

Former Bradford boys tennis standout Michael Savaglio recently put the finishing touches on an impressive collegiate career.

And that was both on the court and in the classroom as well.

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