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Tigers, Brewers Lose Ugly – Saturday Sports Wrap

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Houghton’s Marino Pisani has been honored as the WestPAC boys golf player of the year. Gremlins teammates Cooper Leonard and Ryan Schmierer joined Pisani on the all-conference team, along with Calumet’s Dan Loukus, Westwood’s Tanner Anala, and Negaunee’s Holden Meyer and Cole Karki. Negaunee dominated the girls honors. Rachel Niskkanen was named player of the year, and was joined by fellow Miners Josie Smith, Glasheen Kennedy, Kina Salmela and Sonya Erva on the all-conference team. Lily Keranen from Calumet and Kya Dallavalle from West Iron County rounded out the team.


The Heat entertain the Celtics tonight. Miami leads the NBA Eastern Conference finals 3-2.


The Stars visit the Golden Knights this evening. Vegas leads the Western Conference finals 3-1.


The Tigers suffered an ugly 12-3 loss to the White Sox last night. Joey Wentz struggled through four innings, and allowed five runs. Mason Englert and Tyler Alexander each pitched two innings, and gave up three runs. Zack Short pitched the ninth, and allowed one run.

The Tigers host the White Sox again this afternoon. Michael Lorenzen will start against Jesse Scholtens. Coverage will begin at 12:45 on 99.3 The Lift.

The Brewers absorbed an equally brutal 15-1 loss to the Giants. Freddy Peralta was chased in the third inning, and was charged with 10 runs. Ethan Small gave up the other five in three innings of relief. Milwaukee has now scored just one run in its last 38 innings.

The Brewers entertain the Giants again this afternoon. Corbin Burnes will pitch against Logan Webb.

Milwaukee shortstop Willy Adames was taken to a hospital after he was hit by a foul ball while in the dugout during last night’s contest. The line drive off the bat of teammate Brian Anderson hit Adames in the head. Team officials said he was in pain, but alert and responsive as he received medical attention, and would be kept in the hospital overnight for observation. He will likely be placed on the injured list.

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