Kings, A’s to battle for Langsdorf League crown
July 31, 2012
Two Wisconsin State League teams, the Kenosha Kings and Sheboygan A's, will play for the right to be crowned champions in the Langsdorf League of Southeastern Wisconsin.
Two Wisconsin State League teams, the Kenosha Kings and Sheboygan A’s, will play for the right to be crowned champions in the Langsdorf League of Southeastern Wisconsin.
The best-of-three series kicks off Tuesday July 31 at Simmons Field in Kenosha at 7:30 pm. Game two will be in Sheboygan at Wildwood Baseball Park on Thursday August 2, also at 7:30 pm. Game three, if necessary, will be back in Kenosha on Saturday August 4.
The Kings locked up the top spot in the league after finishing 15-3 in league play, earning a bye to the championship round. The A’s finished second overall with an 11-7 record. The A’s defeated the Kenosha Bobcats in a single elimination game on Sunday to advance to the championship. This is the A’s first season in the Langsdorf League.
The Kings are the five time defending Langsdorf League champions.
In Wisconsin State League play this season, the Kings took three of the four contests, winning by scores of 1-0, 2-1 and 5-1. The A’s beat Kenosha 2-0 on July 25, the most recent meeting between the two teams.
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