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Middleton marches on


August 10, 2017

Mary Langenfeld

Hunter Bindl and Middleton's Home Talent League team rolled in their playoff opener Sunday.

The Middleton 29ers have enjoyed a memorable Home Talent League season, to date.

Middleton went 14-2 during the regular season. The 29ers won the Northern Section's Eastern Division. And Middleton was a No. 1 seed in the postseason.

But midway through the 29ers' first round playoff game with Waunakee Sunday, they held a tenuous 2-1 lead. And Middleton manager Brandon Hellenbrand had a simple message for his team.

"It doesn't matter what happened the last 16 games," Hellenbrand said. "Now, its win or go home."

Middleton wasn't ready to have its season stopped.

The 29ers erupted for five runs...

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