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Weather dampens Geneva/Genoa's comeback


Game to continue Friday



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July 22, 2010 | 09:56 PM
Beloit -- The game was only two innings old before Mother Nature reared her ugly head into the equation Thursday night at Pohlman Field, the home of the Beloit Snappers.

Thanks to heavy lightning and severe thunderstorms, the Geneva/Genoa Senior Legion's regional tilt with Union Grove will resume in the third inning Friday at 5 p.m. at the same location, 2301 Skyline Drive. The Red Legs had fallen behind 4-1 after two innings before a third-inning double by Colter Beck, a single by Clint Andresen and a Sawyer Tisch (Wilmot) sacrifice fly cut the lead to 4-3.

However, continual lightning rods which were first ignored eventually stopped the action.

On the hill, sophomore Colton Andresen surrendered four runs but struck out the side in the second inning. If Geneva/Genoa loses tomorrow, the squad will be eliminated from the regional.

Check www.lakegenevanews.net over the weekend and next week's Regional News for more Geneva/Genoa results and photos.

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