Boomer Biegalski and Xavier Altamirano combined for a four-hit shutout, and the bottom of the Beloit order provided the offense as the Snappers beat the Burlington Bees 6-0 on Sunday.
For his 50-plus years of volunteer service to the baseball-playing youth of the city, Kauss will be inducted into the Janesville Sports Hall of Fame on May 7 as part of the Class of 2016.
Brett Siddall's fourth hit of Saturday's game scored Ryan Howell in the bottom of the 12th inning, giving the Beloit Snappers a 3-2 win over Burlington on Saturday night.
Minnesota used a hard-nosed brand of hockey to gut out a 2-1 victory at the Janesville Ice Arena to tie the series 1-1 heading to Cloquet next weekend.
Lordanthony Grissom—a Detroit native often called LA by his teammates—became a staple of the Janesville lineup, playing in 56 of the Jets' 60 regular-season games and becoming a criticial piece to the team's penalty kill unit.
“We're making some strides on the business side,” said Bill McCoshen, the team president and one of the team's part owners as part of Wisconsin Hockey Partners. “It's been a little longer than we expected.
Beloit first baseman Chris Iriart hit two homers and drove in all four Snappers runs to carry his team past the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 4-3 in the nightcap of a doubleheader
Alyx (Stalheim) Brandenburg, who excelled in volleyball, basketball and track and field, will be inducted into the Janesville Sports Hall of Fame next month.
Janesville lost 3-2 in overtime at Coulee Region on Saturday, but that was good enough to wrap up second place in the NAHL Midwest Division
Beloit scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth in rallying for a 9-5 win in a game that was called after five innings due to snow.