Giants split season-opening twinbill with Kenosha
June 3, 2012
The Oshkosh Giants opened their season by splitting a doubleheader with the Kenosha Kings on the road on Saturday.
KENOSHA — The Oshkosh Giants opened their season by splitting a doubleheader with the Kenosha Kings on the road on Saturday.
The Giants won the opener, 4-3, before getting shutout in the second game, 6-0.
Trey Demler had two hits and Zac Peterson drove in two runs in the first game for the Giants, who used a two-run fifth inning to take the lead for good.
Joe Pavlovich got the win for Oshkosh.
Peterson and Luke Gajewski had the only hits for the Giants in the nightcap.
Oshkosh will hold its home opener on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at E.J. Schneider Field. The Giants will be hosting the Sheboygan A’s.
Oshkosh 4, Kenosha 3
Oshkosh 020 020 0 — 4 6 2
Kenoasha 003 000 0 — 3 4 2
WP — Joe Pavlovich. LP — Jon Olson. Sv — Matt Wells
Leading hitters: OSH — Trey Demler 2×3, RBI; Michael Swift RBI; Zac Peterson 2 RBI; Bobby Kachel 2B.
Kenosha 6, Oshkosh 0
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Kenosha 010 302 x — 6 12 1
WP — Randy Johnson. LP — Michael Swift.
OSH — Peterson 1×3, Luke Gajewski 1×3.
Story by: The Oshkosh Northwestern
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