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Diehl: 'We're a hot mess right now'

July 26, 2012
CHICAGO — The Lake Geneva Generals hoped to exact some revenge Saturday against the Chicago Mustangs, a team that ended the local semi-pro team's season a year ago. What the Generals got was a disaster. Chicago scored at will and was only forced to punt once in a 40-13 drilling. Generals coach Derek Diehl voiced his frustrations Monday night. "We're not a good football team right now," he said. "We're at a crossroads. It was a one-sided contest, and we weren't even in the game. Players are comfortable with the system. Now, they're calling the defense. We were checking out of coverages too late. We're a hot mess right now."
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Local star Gaugert will play D1 golf, track

July 26, 2012
Last week, during a visit to the Taylor Made golf factory in San Diego, the future became a reality for Annie Gaugert. The recent Badger graduate and former golf star was getting fitted for custom golf clubs with her dad, Jim, and brother, Austin. She will need them in a month, when she joins her brother Austin at Valparaiso University (Indiana) to play Division 1 golf. After ups and downs including an appendectomy in the fall and unsuccessful college visits, Annie signed with Valparaiso in the spring. The Valpo coach initially called Annie in the fall just after the high school golf season. But it wasn't until the San Diego trip that it all hit Annie like a ton of bricks.

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Locked and reloaded
July 12, 2012
WILLIAMS BAY — Last summer, things couldn’t have gone much better for the Lake Geneva Generals in their inaugural season of semi-pro football.Led by owner/head coach Derek Diehl, the area’s first semi-pro football franchise went 7-2 and won the Mid-States Football League (MSFL) Northwest Division title. Slowly but surely, the Generals have become a “household name” in the area, Diehl said.The Generals play their home games at Williams Bay High School, and Diehl already is pumped for the new season, which opens Friday at 7 p.m. in Racine against the Raiders.
Badgers rally falls short to Beloit Memorial
March 05, 2009
sports@lakegenevanews.netBeloit – Faced with a 10 point deficit with just 6:47 left to play, the Badger boys basketball team decided to do whatever it could to attempt to win.
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