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Wisconsin State Tournament Shifts to Kapco Park

Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Summer Baseball State Tournament will move Bukolt Park in Stevens Point, where it has been held since 1989, to the new Kapco Park in Mequon, home of the Concordia University Hawks and summer collegiate Lakeshore Chinooks (Northwoods League).  The tournament is scheduled for July 20.  Read more here.

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Chinooks Release 2012 Promotional Schedule

PRESS RELEASE – The Lakeshore Chinooks are excited to announce the 2012 promotions schedule for the inaugural season. Lakeshore Chinooks games offer affordable family fun with ticket prices ranging from $11 for reserved box seats to $5 for general admission entrance. An all-inclusive party area is also available, great for group outings. First pitch of the Chinooks inaugural season is Continue reading

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Name the Chinooks’ Mascot, Stadium Nearing Completion

Fans have until May 1 to choose the name for the new mascot for the expansion summer collegiate Lakshore Chinooks (Northwoods League).  You have three choices, including Gill, King, or SammyClick here to vote.  In the meantime, check out the progress being made here on Kapco Park, the new home for the team on the campus of Concordia University in Mequon (WI).

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Yount, Uecker Team Up to Bring ‘Lakeshore Chinooks’ to Mequon (WI)

Milwaukee Brewers Hall of Famer Robin Yount and Brewers announcer Bob “Mr. Baseball” Uecker have joined with majority owner Jim Kacmarcik and nine others to launch the summer collegiate Northwoods League’s expansion Lakeshore Chinooks.  The team will begin play next season at a new $3.4 million Kapco Park on the campus of Concordia University in Mequon (WI). Continue reading

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