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The Mukwonago baseball team soundly beat Waukesha South on June 19 in six innings, 14-4. MHS led after the first inning, 7-3.

Brayden Pozorski went 2 for 4 with a home run and four RBIs. Logan Goetz had two doubles in the game. Nick Beilfuss, Pozorski and Sean Stokhaug also doubled.

Stokhaug, Connor Anonich, and Ben Morse all drove in two RBIs each.

Michael Bloom struck out six, walked four and surrendered just three hits.

On June 12, Mukwonago beat Muskego, 6-5. In the bottom of the eighth, Pozorski singled on a line drive to center field to score Kellen Krahn to tie things at 5-5.

A batter later with two outs and Pozorski on third, Cobie Anderson singled to right to drive in the runner for the game winner.

"Cobie Anderson has been seeing the ball well for us at the top of the lineup," Mukwonago coach Danny Cochran said. "He came through with a clutch hit to beat Muskego in extra innings on Monday. This team can be resilient, but inconsistent as well. We have come out flat each of the last three series after taking the first game."

Mukwonago was beaten by Muskego the next day on June 13, 5-0. Nathan Jendusa had the team's lone hit.

On June 15, MHS beat Waukesha West, 5-3. Anderson went 3 for 4. Stokhaug drove in two runs.

T.J. Jacobi pitched 5 2/3 innings, struck out eight, walked one and gave up nine hits.

"T.J. has been dominant on the mound the past two weeks," Cochran said. "We really have had good pitching all season."

In the second Waukesha West game, Mukwonago lost, 4-3.

"In the two losses to Muskego and West this week, we simply took bad approaches at the plate and made too many errors in the field," Cochran said. "Muskego's pitcher was dialed in and limited us to just one hit. It's nearly impossible to win when you have more errors than hits."

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