Tuesday Roundup: Cavs plate 16 in victory
July 10, 2013
Brady Burzynski drove in four runs and Kyle Comer, Hiroshi Senda, Nick Degen and Taylor Rathke all drove in a pair as the Eau Claire Cavaliers plated 16 unanswered runs Tuesday in a 16-6 victory.
Brady Burzynski drove in four runs and Kyle Comer, Hiroshi Senda, Nick Degen and Taylor Rathke all drove in a pair as the Eau Claire Cavaliers plated 16 unanswered runs Tuesday in a 16-6 victory over the Westmont Red Sox in seven innings at Carson Park.
Taylor Duex and Senda both had three hits for the Cavaliers, who finished with 18 hits.
CAVALIERS 16, RED SOX 6
AB-R-H-RBI: Mike Bolling, cf, 3-2-1-0; Carl Sugihara, rf, 3-1-1-0; Brett Synek, ss, 3-2-2-3; John Boidanis, dh/p, 4-1-1-0; Joe McCaw, lf, 4-0-1-0; Tom DiCristino, c, 2-0-1-1; Bubby Herberg, 1b, 4-0-0-0; Damon Softcheck, 2b, 3-0-0-0; Kyle Bernaciak, p, 0-0-0-0; Benny Collesano, p, 0-0-0-0. Totals 29-6-10-6.
EAU CLAIRE (16)
Brady Burzynski, cf, 5-1-2-4; Brett Vavra, pr, 0-0-0-0; Tyler Duex, 2b, 5-0-3-0; LaDarrius Cole, lf, 4-3-2-1; Brian Burman, c, 4-1-1-1; Kyle Comer, ss, 5-2-2-2; Yuki Yasuda, 3b, 4-3-2-1; Hiroshi Senda, rf, 5-3-3-2; Nick Degen, 1b, 4-2-2-2; Taylor Rathke, dh, 4-1-1-2; Cody Booker, ph, 0-0-0-0; Marcus Perleberg, p, 0-0-0-0; Yuuki Nishimoto, p, 0-0-0-0. Totals 40-16-18-15.
Westmont 004 200 0 — 6 10 3
Eau Claire 000 480 4 — 16 18 0
E — Synek, Boidanis, DiCristino. LOB — Westmont 9, Eau Claire 10. 2B — Bolling, Boidanis; Cole, Comer. 3B — Synek. SB — Bolling, Sugihara; Degen. CS — Sugihara, DiCristino.
Westmont IP H R ER BB SO
Bernaciak, L 5 13 12 12 4 4
Collesano 1q 5 4 4 1 2
Presutti 0 0 0 0 1 0
Perleberg, W 5 9 6 6 4 3
Nishimoto 2 1 0 0 1 1
WP — Presutti; Perleberg 5. PB — DiCristino. HBP — by Perleberg (Softcheck).
Story by: The Eau Claire Leader Telegram
After serving up a 3-run home run to the power-hitting Doug Coe in the first inning, Bryce Taylor settled in and shut down the Green Bay Storm for the next seven innings and his teammates battled back to get him a victory by a 7-4 count.
The A’s 10th straight win moves them to 8-6 in the Northeastern League. They host front-running Menasha (8-1) tonight at Wildwood Baseball Park.
After Coe’s blast, the first of two Harry Steldt doubles and an infield out by Chad Langley in the bottom of the first quickly brought the A’s back to 3-2 after one.
Helped by critical Green Bay errors, the A’s took 5-3 lead in the fifth. A long Greg Rhude double and a hit by Chad Langley were scattered between two Green Bay errors in the 3-run frame. Grant Evans drove-in a run in fifth and Rhude in the sixth to round out A’s scoring.
But Green Bay wouldn’t go away in the ninth.
With a run in, two out, the bases loaded and Coe stepping in, Skipper Tyler Martin brought in young and recently added to the roster Peter Sommerfeld who battled Coe and won with a strikeout to earn a save.
Taylor, the A’s young Australian, scattered six hits through 8â…”, struck out four and walked six. Steldt with a pair of doubles and Luke Maldonado with a single and a double led A’s sticking.
Wednesday’s game is Mayline Night and Thrivent Night with fans encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item for the Thrivent Food Pantry.
Story by: SheboyganBaseball.org
At Manitowoc, John Hendrick took the mound in the eighth for the Appleton Legends and struck out five batters in 1 2â„3 innings to pick up the victory over the Manitowoc Bandits in Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League play.
Hendrick also added an insurance run in the ninth for the Legends (22-3, 10-2 NEWBL). Courtney Watkins led off with a single and Trent Whitcomb followed with a sacrifice bunt that the pitcher threw away, allowing Watkins to score and leaving Whitcomb on third.
Hendrick singled in Whitcomb.
WP: John Hendrick. LP: Michael Anderson. Leading hitters: Mitchell Busch A 2×4, 2B; Courtney Watkins A 2×4; Brett Young A 2B; Tom Sawyer M 3×4, 2B, 2 RBI; Nick Pierre M 2×3, 2B; Bryan Afzoli M 2×2, 2 RBI.
Story by: The Appleton Post Crescent
The Lombard Orioles and Joliet Dirtbags split a Chicago Suburban Baseball League doubleheader Tuesday night. Joliet won game one 4-2 before Lombard won the nightcap 1-0.
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