Nats Take Two of First Three on Northern Trip
May 17, 2015
The West Allis Nationals rebounded from a tough 5-3 loss to the Menasha Macs on Friday with wins Saturday against the Marinette Redbirds (4-1) and Menominee Storm (8-1).
The West Allis Nationals rebounded from a tough 5-3 loss to the Menasha
Macs on Friday with wins Saturday against the Marinette Redbirds (4-1)
and Menominee Storm (8-1).
The difference versus the Macs was a fifth inning grand slam that put the Macs ahead and they never relinquished the lead.
Game one on Saturday was tight until Nick Lingvay delivered a two run
single to close out a 3 run sixth inning. Starter Jimmy Jungbauer kept
the Redbirds at bay in a complete game performance, allowing no earned
runs while striking out 8.
The Natties put game two away early, scoring 7 runs in the first two
innings against Menominee. Brian Huntzinger led the offense with three hits, including a home run and knocked in two. Matt Richer added two
knocks and two runs.
The Nationals close out the weekend versus the Marinette Redbirds at noon on Sunday.
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