Sunday Roundup: A’s, Braves, Orioles get wins

July 8, 2013

A roundup of Wisconsin State League team's in action on Sunday.

Wisconsin State League

The Sheboygan A’s won both games of a road doubleheader against the Genoa City Red Dogs on Sunday to push its winning streak to nine games, winning Game 1 6-5 in eight innings and winning Game 2 5-1.

Leading 5-1 at one point in Game 1, the A’s needed an extra inning to earn the win as Greg Rhude hit a leadoff double in the eighth and scored after a Trevor Theissen hit resulted in a throwing error which Rhude scored on.

Rhude finished with three hits while Theissen and Chad Langley each had two hits. Jordan DeBoer earned the win in relief.

Langley stayed hot offensively in Game 2 as he went 3-for-3 with a walk and four RBI while teammate Harry Steldt was 3-for-4.

Max Kramsky started and pitched six innings for the win.

The A’s next will host the Green Bay Storm on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

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Nolan Peterson, making his first start on the A’s mound, scattered seven hits and notched three strikeouts in a 3-1 win to open the doubleheader.

Ryan Schilter had two hits and Chad Langley had two hits and drove in a run for Sheboygan. Jordan DeBoer hit a double and Ben Gordon drove in a run to help the A’s on offense.

In the 10-5 Game 2 victory, Sheboygan was led by Cole Heili who was 4-for-4 with two doubles and six RBI while Luke Maldonado and Ryan Schilter each had two hits.

Sam Raff allowed seven scattered hits to earn the win in six innings of work.

Story by: The Sheboygan Press

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The Addison Braves split a Sunday doubleheader with the Joliet Dirtbags, falling 12-2 in game one before rebounding in game two to take a 5-2 victory.

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The Lombard Orioles swept the Beecher Muskies by scores of 4-1 and 10-0 Sunday in Chicago Suburban Baseball League action.

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