WSL Friday Recap: WSL Teams Compete in WABC Tournament
July 18, 2015
The West Allis Nationals, Kenosha Kings, West Bend 7 Up and Northern Illinois Legends all played games in the Wisconsin Amateur Baseball Classic in West Bend Friday night.
West Allis Nationals 8, Monches Irish 1
A rainout Thursday pushed the Nationals’ matchup vs Monches to the
Irish’s home park for a Friday evening makeup. After falling behind
early 1-0, the Nationals patiently outlasted the Irish 8-1.
Facing a crafty lefty, the normally aggressive Natties drew 13 free
passes waiting for pitches over the plate. When they finally came, they
were hit hard to the opposite field gap. Brian Huntzinger led the
offense with two walks, a double, a triple, and two runs scored. Jake
Kolasinski knocked in three runs and Nick Schmidlkofer knocked in two
Cody Griebling went the first six innings on the hill, allowing one
earned run on three hits while striking out three. Andy Arenson pitched
the seventh, striking out three of the four batters he faced.
Kenosha Kings 5, Brookfield Bulldogs 1
The Kenosha Kings won their first game in the 24-team Wisconsin Amateur Baseball Classic tournament in West Bend.
In the opener Friday, Ben Miller tossed a complete-game, one-hitter in a victory over the Brookfield Bulldogs. Miller allowed just one run.
Appleton Legends 2, West Bend 7 Up 0
Green Bay Storm 11, Oshkosh Giants 8
Oshkosh Giants 7, Green Bay Storm 4
Kewaskum A’s 16, Northern Illinois Legends 4
The Wisconsin State League is one of the premier semi-professional/amateur baseball leagues in the mid-west. In operation since 1970, the Wisconsin State League is a highly competitive league that features many of the midwest's top current and former collegiate athletes, as well as many former professional baseball players. Keep up to date on everything happening in the Wisconsin State League by following the league online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
WisconsinStateLeague.com | #WSL