Sheboygan A’s blast the Giants
July 11, 2014
Sheboygan pounded out 18 hits and used a five-run second inning to blow past the Oshkosh Giants 15-1 in five innings in the Wisconsin State League Challenge on Thursday.
Sheboygan pounded out 18 hits and used a five-run second inning to blow past the Oshkosh Giants 15-1 in five innings in the Wisconsin State League Challenge Thursday night on E.J. Schneider Field.
Trey Demler scored the Giants’ (9-13) lone run on an RBI single by Brandon Schilling.
Sheboygan’s Ben Stanzyk held the Giants in check all evening, scattering six hits in a complete-game effort to pick up the win.
The Giants will continue tournament this weekend, playing four more games this weekend in Sheboygan.
Story by: The Oshkosh Northwestern
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