Black Earth Home Talent Baseball
The Black Earth Bombers is an amateur baseball organization who participates in the Home Talent League in south central Wisconsin. The Bombers were one of the six original teams when the league formed in 1929. The other teams were Arena, Bellville, Cottage Grove, Deforest and Middleton. Black Earth went 7-3 in the inaugural season under manager Howard Sebert. Middleton, who also still has a team in the league, won the title that year, and their current nickname, the 29ers, honors their 1929 championship.
Larry has been a long time fan and supporter, and continues his support as the Booster Club President. Former owner of the Black Earth Lanes, Larry was a critical part of the Bombers annual bowling tournament, the team's main fundraiser.
Kasey was a player and/or manager for 17 years for Black Earth. After retirement, he moved to the Booster club to continue his support of the team. He's also still active with the coaching staff, helping out when needed. 2019 marks the 20th year Kasey has been a part of Black Earth Home Talent baseball in some capacity.
Holly has been on the Booster club doing various duties and tasks for 20 years. An absolute major part of the organization. She takes care of all finances for the Bombers, runs the concession stand, including inventory, scheduling, and cleaning, and puts a lot of time at the team's annual bowling tournament.
Eric Duhr has been playing and/or managing in Home Talent baseball for over 20 years. He joined the Bombers during the 2013 season, and became manager in 2017.
Ben has been a Bomber for 12 years now. He's been a huge help with on and off field tasks, from 3rd base coach, filling out lineups, helping with fundraising, and more.