CSL Grabs Day One Advantage
July 11, 2009
After day one of the Wisconsin State Leauge / Chicago Suburban League Challenge, the CSL has taken a 9-7 advantage of the WSL, gaining two day one sweeps.
After day one of the Wisconsin State Leauge / Chicago Suburban League Challenge, the CSL has taken a 9-7 advantage over the WSL, gaining two day one sweeps.
Five of the eight series on the day were split decisions, while the Lombard Orioles were the only WSL team to sweep as they defeated the Chicago Wildcats by scores of 5-1 and 10-9. The Sheboygan A’s and Janesville Aces were the hard luck teams for the WSL on the weekend, both getting swept.
The challenge resumes on Sunday, as each team will again play a double header. Action begins at 11:00 A.M. as the Oswego Cats face the Eau Claire Cavaliers (game played in Kenosha).
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