Bandits, Kings Split; Cavs Sweep Braves

June 12, 2011

Saturday Wisconsin State League action recap.

Wisconsin State League

The Manitowoc Bandits traveled to Kenosha Saturday to take on the Kings in Wisconsin State League play and split a doubleheader, losing the first game 2-0 and winning the second 9-3.

In Game 1 the Bandits’ pitcher Brennan Rhode took a no-hitter through the 5À inning before Kenosha broke it up. Rhode’s outing was outdone by the Kings’ Randy Johnson, reigning Wisconsin State League Pitcher of the Year, who held the Bandits to only three hits and no runs in seven innings.

In Game 2, Nathan Shea pitched seven innings to record the win.

The Bandits (11-2, 5-1) host the Oshkosh Giants Tuesday.

Story by the Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter

The Eau Claire Cavaliers scored early in both games to top the Addison Braves 9-0 and 6-3 in a doubleheader at Carson Park.

The Cavs are back home Sunday afternoon again taking on the Braves. The first game starts at 1:00pm. Wednesday night the will also be home playing host to the Red Wing Aces.

Story by WEAU 13 News

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