Non-Leauge Roundup: Braves win; Giants, Orioles fall
June 14, 2013
The Addison Braves came away with a 11-1 victory Thursday night while the Oshkosh Giants and Lombard Orioles both fell.
The Green Bay Storm defeated the Oshkosh Giants 9-2 in a Northeast Wisconsin Baseball League game Thursday night at VandenPlas Field.
The Storm used a four-run fourth inning to bust open, highlighted by a two-run double by Doug Coe. Adam Enwiya went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Chad Ljunggren had two hits as well for Green Bay (2-4, 1-2 NEWBL).
Nick Schadrie picked up the win, scattering seven hits while striking out eight in a complete game effort.
The Lombard Orioles fell to the Oak Forest Shooters 3-2 Thursday night in a Chicago Suburban League game. The Orioles are now 5-2 in the CSBL and 4-1 in the WSL.
The Addison Braves defeated the Homestead Ranchers 11-1 in Homestead on Thursday night. A seven-run sixth inning helped propel the Braves to the victory.
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