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Lady Robins advance off Kondzela's no-hitter, re-match with Mosinee
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A tad out of sync against a slow-throwing hurler, the Antigo High School girls softball team none the less used the long ball, and their own pitching maestro, to beat Lakeland Thursday in a WIAA regional game at Lake Park, 3-0.

The victory moved the second-seed and 19-6 overall Robins to another showdown Friday with Great Northern Conference foe and champion Mosinee which trimmed Medford Wednesday, 12-2. The third-seeded Indians are 17-5. The game starts at Lake Park at 5 p.m.

Mosinee topped Antigo twice in the regular season, 4-3 on April 25, and 7-6 on Thursday.

Seventh-seeded Lakeland finished its season at 10-16.

Getting an almost perfect game from hurler Allison Kondzela, the Robins who have faced several speedy pitchers recently, were kept a bit off stride by Thunderbird Tatum Morris’ slower speed and rapped only five hits but two sealed the deal.

After grabbing a 1-0 lead in the third inning on a run-scoring double by Alison Peters, Kondzela clobbered a fourth-inning homer and Liv Weix followed that with a long ball of her own to put Antigo up by 3-0.

Allison has been hitting consistently all season long, AHS coach Sandi Robrecht noted, but Liv’s…well, it was so cool and she was super excited, deservedly so.

Weix ended up with two hits for the game.

Offensively we struggled to find the holes, Robrecht said. Morris was quite a bit slower than what we have seen lately and the girls had a hard time waiting for it to come through the zone.

All of Allison’s pitches were moving, the coach noted, and she shut down Lakelands bats.

The ace didn’t issue a walk or hit a batter with the only blemishes being two errors.

It’s time to refocus for Mosinee, Robrecht concluded. We have a few things to shore up at practice Thursday but we'll be ready for Friday.
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Lady Robins advance off Kondzela's no-hitter, re-match with Mosinee
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A tad out of sync against a slow-throwing hurler, the Antigo High School girls softball team none the less used the long ball, and their own pitching maestro, to beat Lakeland Thursday in a WIAA regional game at Lake Park, 3-0.

The victory moved the second-seed and 19-6 overall Robins to another showdown Friday with Great Northern Conference foe and champion Mosinee which trimmed Medford Wednesday, 12-2. The third-seeded Indians are 17-5. The game starts at Lake Park at 5 p.m.

Mosinee topped Antigo twice in the regular season, 4-3 on April 25, and 7-6 on Thursday.

Seventh-seeded Lakeland finished its season at 10-16.

Getting an almost perfect game from hurler Allison Kondzela, the Robins who have faced several speedy pitchers recently, were kept a bit off stride by Thunderbird Tatum Morris’ slower speed and rapped only five hits but two sealed the deal.

After grabbing a 1-0 lead in the third inning on a run-scoring double by Alison Peters, Kondzela clobbered a fourth-inning homer and Liv Weix followed that with a long ball of her own to put Antigo up by 3-0.

Allison has been hitting consistently all season long, AHS coach Sandi Robrecht noted, but Liv’s…well, it was so cool and she was super excited, deservedly so.

Weix ended up with two hits for the game.

Offensively we struggled to find the holes, Robrecht said. Morris was quite a bit slower than what we have seen lately and the girls had a hard time waiting for it to come through the zone.

All of Allison’s pitches were moving, the coach noted, and she shut down Lakelands bats.

The ace didn’t issue a walk or hit a batter with the only blemishes being two errors.

It’s time to refocus for Mosinee, Robrecht concluded. We have a few things to shore up at practice Thursday but we'll be ready for Friday.
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