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Volume 05 May 11

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LIVE STREAMS of all Homestead sports events!

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Come to Missing Links this Friday from 7PM to 9PM to play mini golf and raise money for Advocates of Ozaukee and Feeding America. Be sure to bring cash to purchase raffle tickets for prizes like gift cards to Highland House, Prime Minister and more! You can also sign up using the QR code on our posters around Homestead. We look forward to seeing you!

Spring Sports
Boys Golf
 
Homestead Takes Team Title at prestigious Erin Hills MACC Fund Invitational
 
A stacked field that included nine of the top 10 Division 1 teams in the state couldn’t stop Homestead from taking home the team title at the Erin Hills MACC Fund Invitational this past Saturday. The #2 ranked Highlanders, led by Senior Ty Mueller’s even par 72, posted a team total of 298, just two strokes shy of the tournament record. #1 ranked Kettle Moraine and #3 ranked Hartland Arrowhead tied for second with a score of 300. The Invitational, which boats 35 teams from across the state is considered a good early season test to see how the state’s best teams stack up against each other. For the first time this season, the Highlanders put it all together as all four golfers posted scores of 76 and below. Sophmore Hunter Thibert posted his best varsity score of the year, carding a 75, as did Junior Luke Ladd. While Junior Joe Fricker posted a 76. Besides being a showcase for the state’s top golfers, the tournament also raised a whopping $65,000 to benefit the MACC Fund.
Baseball
Varsity -

Varsity baseball had a tough week. They had 4 games scheduled for last week. Monday's game against West Bend West was rained out. Unfortunately that may have been the best game for the team.

Wednesday's game at Cedarburg was a loss for the Highlanders. Our bats were held silent with nary a hit in the first 6 innings. In the top of the 7th inning Nate Bacskai hit a line drive single into center field, breaking up the no-hitter. Nate came around to score also preventing a shut out for the Bulldogs.

Friday's game against Grafton was another loss, this one a 15-1.

Saturday was a loss at Germantown, Homestead being shut out 8-0.

Monday was a new the start of a new week but the results were similar. It resulted in loss at home against West Bend East 7-0.

Next up are games at Whitefish Bay Wednesday and home against Hartford on Friday. Let's cheer for some timely hitting, better defense, and strong pitching.
JV -
This week saw our JV baseball team go 1-1, dropping our only loss of the season to Cedarburg 5-0.
We got things back on track Friday against Grafton, winning 10-5.  The victory was led by a solid pitching performance from sophomore Max Swenson going 4 innings with 4 strikeouts and no earned runs. 
Big week of baseball this week with 4 games in 5 days. 
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