WSL Saturday Recap: Nationals, Kings Split Low Scoring Doubleheader
May 29, 2016
Jimmy Jungbauer kept the Kenosha Kings off the board during his seven innings of work and the West Allis Nationals beat Kenosha Kings 1-0 in game one of a Saturday doubleheader. In game two, the Kings didn't give Jason Bunton much support, but he got it the job done without it. Bunton pitched seven strong
West Allis Nationals 1, 1, Kenosha Kings 0, 2
Jimmy Jungbauer kept the Kenosha Kings off the board during his seven innings of work and the West Allis Nationals beat Kenosha Kings 1-0 in game one of a Saturday doubleheader.
Jungbauer allowed three hits, one walk and struck out four.
Kyle Cibrario took the loss for Kenosha Kings. He lasted just six innings, walked one, struck out five, and allowed one run.
The lone run of the game for the Nationals in the fifth inning on a sacrifice fly by Brian Huntzinger.
In game two, the Kings didn’t give Jason Bunton much support, but he got it the job done without it. Bunton pitched seven
strong innings to carry Kings to a 2-1 win in seven innings in game two.
had two extra-base hits for the Kings. He singled in the first
inning, doubled in the fifth inning, and tripled in the seventh inning.
was solid at the plate for the Nationals, going 1-2 and scoring their only run. He tripled in the fourth inning.
Tom Starck was the game’s losing pitcher. He lasted six innings, walked one, struck out five, and allowed two runs.
The Kings jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first. The attack began with a single from Paul Pulera. A single by Weigold then moved Pulera from first to second. Travis Vanderwall singled, scoring Pulera.
In the fourth inning, the Nationals pushed across their only run of the day on an RBI single by Nick Schmidlkofer.
The Kings never surrendered the lead after the fifth inning, scoring one run on an RBI double by Garrett Bogucki.
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