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2 teens who survived the Wisconsin Christmas parade attack are back on the baseball field

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Two teenagers who survived a Christmas parade in Wisconsin have returned to baseball

Erick Tiegs, 16, and Tyler Pudleiner, 17, spent months recovering after being found at the Waukesha Christmas Parade.


The two high school basketball players are back on the field, playing together for the first time since they were nearly killed in an attack on Christmas Eve in Wisconsin. Erick Tiegs, 16, and Tyler Pudleiner, 17, both started their Waukesha South basketball game on Wednesday at Frame Park, about 30 minutes outside Milwaukee. The couple were walking apart in a South Waukesha march when an SUV driver hit them from behind. Police have arrested and charged Darrell Brooks Jr. and driving an SUV through a parade. He faces more than 80 charges, including six counts of manslaughter, and will be arraigned in October. Six people were killed in the attack, including 8-year-old Jackson Sparks. On Wednesday, the Waukesha South Basketball Association honored Sparks by placing the number 23 on his helmet. Tiegs and Pudleiner chatted with the WISN sister channel before the game. “I’m very happy. It’s great to be here,” Tiegs said. “(I’m scared) a little bit. Most of the fun. I’m just looking for fun.” “I’m trying to put (parade) back now. “It would be nice if we could get back there and get in between those lines. We’re both coming back that way together, it’s very important.” “Small nerves, it’s a big tool, a little worry about that, but it’s a big tool,” Pudleiner said. The two survivors had a group of fans congratulating them during the game, mostly family members. “Yeah, we have to do that,” said Tyson Tiegs, Erick’s younger brother, while holding a large cut on Erick’s face. “I think it will do a great job today. I don’t think South Milwaukee knows what’s coming to them.” Waukesha South Football opened the game with respect, playing the National Anthem for teams.

The two high school basketball players are back on the field, playing together for the first time since they were nearly killed in an attack on Christmas Eve in Wisconsin.

Erick Tiegs, 16, and Tyler Pudleiner, 17, both started in the Waukesha South varsity basketball game Wednesday at Frame Park, about 30 minutes outside Milwaukee.

The couple were walking apart in a South Waukesha march when they were later hit by an SUV.

Police have arrested and charged Darrell Brooks Jr. and driving an SUV through a parade. He faces more than 80 charges, including six counts of manslaughter, and will be arraigned in October.

Six people were killed in the attack, including 8-year-old Jackson Sparks. On Wednesday, the Waukesha South Basketball Association honored Sparks by placing the number 23 on his helmet.

Tiegs and Pudleiner chatted with the WISN sister channel before the game.

“I’m very happy. It’s great to be here,” Tiegs said. “(I am nervous) a little bit. Most exciting. I’m just looking to have fun.”

“I’m trying to put (the parade) behind now. This is our happy place by everything,” Pudleiner said. “It would be nice if we could get back there and get in between those lines. We’re both coming back this way together. It’s really important.”

Pudleiner said he is confident of working with Tiegs.

“Small nerves, it’s a great workplace, a little nervous about that, but it’s a great workplace,” Pudleiner said.

The two survivors found a crowd of fans congratulating them during the game, many of them family members.

“Yeah, we have to do that,” said Tyson Tiegs, Erick’s younger brother, while holding a large cut on Erick’s face. “I think he’ll do a great job today. I don’t think South Milwaukee knows what’s coming to them.”

The Waukesha South martial arts club opened the event with a tribute, playing bands.

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