Manitowoc Bandits Win Regular Season Finale

August 6, 2010

The fate of the Manitowoc Bandits season now rests in the hands of the Sheboygan A's.

Wisconsin State League

MANITOWOC — The fate of the Manitowoc Bandits season now rests in the hands of the Sheboygan A’s.

The Bandits defeated De Pere 9-1 in Thursday’s regular-season finale at Municipal Field and will now need Sheboygan to lose both of its doubleheader games against De Pere tonight.

De Pere (2-20 Northeastern Wisconsin League) defeated Sheboygan 9-5 for its second win of the season on Wednesday. Sheboygan (13-9 NEWBL) defeated Oshkosh 13-0 on Thursday to lower its magic number to one game. The Bandits finish the season 13-11 in NEWBL play with the win.

Stewart Larson had five of the team’s 15 hits, including a double, home run and four RBI. Miles Mayer did his part on the mound for the Bandits, striking out nine and having a no-hitter going into the fifth. He pitched seven shutout innings for Manitowoc.

Manitowoc Bandits 9, De Pere 1
De Pere 000 000 001 — 1 8 2
Manitowoc 200 120 22x — 9 15 1
WP: Mayer 7 ip, 5 h, 9 k, 1 w.
LP: Cantalupo 6 ip, 11 h, 6 k, 2 w.
Leading hitters — De Pere: Knudson 2-2; Hendrix 2-4; Manitowoc: Spurney 2-5, 2 2b; Richter 3-4, 2b; Hall 2b; Larson 5-5, 2b, hr, 4rbi; Warwick 2-4, 2b.

Story by: Manitowoc Herald Times

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