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TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: Beaver Dam wins 1992 Waupun Class AA Legion regional
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TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: Beaver Dam wins 1992 Waupun Class AA Legion regional

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On this date in 1992, Beaver Dam American Legion Post 146 completed a four-game sweep of the Class AA regional tournament held at Schlieve Field in Waupun. Post 146 punched its ticket to the Menasha State Tournament with a 4-0 shutout of Portage. Post 146 pitcher Matt Brandenburg struck out seven and walked one in a complete game. Teammate Kyle Christensen hit a solo home run to left field in the fourth inning. Beaver Dam outhit Portage 7-2.

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