WSL Thursday Recap: Nationals Down Pewaukee

June 5, 2015

Out of the three WSL teams in action Thursday night, only the West Allis Nationals came away with a victory.

Wisconsin State League

West Allis Nationals 8, Pewaukee Muskies 3

The West Allis Nationals used an eight run second inning to distance themselves from Pewaukee on Thursday night en route to an 8-3 victory.

Starting pitcher Joseph Wagner showed some rust in his season and Nationals debut, walking four and giving up three runs in the first inning. However he settled in and followed that start with two scoreless frames.

Bob Herrick pitched two innings of scoreless relief to pick up his first win of the season.

Brian Huntzinger led the offense with a bases clearing double that put the Nationals ahead for good at 5-3. Drew Worth added two hits and two runs; Nick Lingvay contributed an RBI single and double.

Beecher Muskies 3, Addison Braves 2

The Muskies slipped past the Addison Braves 3-2 on Thursday night in a Chicago Suburban Baseball League match-up.

Chicago Angels 12, Lombard Orioles 9

In a high scoring affair, Chicago got the better of their Chicago suburb counterparts by a final score of 12-9.

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