WSL Thursday Recap: WSL Teams Go 3-1 Thursday
June 24, 2016
De Pere Dodgers starter Tanner Umentum didn't need much help when he was on the mound on Thursday against Two Rivers. Seven strong innings by Umentum carried the De Pere Dodgers to a 2-1 victory.
De Pere Dodgers 2, Two Rivers Polar Bears 1
De Pere Dodgers starter Tanner Umentum didn’t need much help when he was on the mound on Thursday against Two Rivers. Seven strong innings by Umentum carried the De Pere Dodgers to a 2-1 victory.
Noah Robinson helped the Dodgers pull ahead for the duration in the sixth inning. With the score tied at one, Robinson came to the plate and homered.
The top of the first saw De Pere take an early lead, 1-0. Umentum singled to ignite the Dodgers’ offense. A stolen base then moved Umentum from first to second. Sam Kohnle singled, plating Umentum.
Two Rivers scored its only run of the game on a single by Mike R in the first inning.
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Menasha Macs 3, Oshkosh Giants 2
MENASHA – Troy Mannebach was one out away from pitching a no-hitter against the Menasha Macs on Thursday.
That last out never came, however, as the Macs rallied with three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat the Oshkosh Giants 3-2 in a Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League game at Koslo Park.
With the Giants leading 2-0 after scoring two runs in the top of the ninth, Mannebach retired the first batter in the bottom half of the inning to keep his no-hitter going.
Mannebach then walked Zach Bayreuther, Sam Hawley and Mac Shumann to load the bases with one out. He struck out Alex Grambow for the second out, keeping the no-hitter intact.
Menasha’s Alex Duros then came up and lined a single to right field to break up the no-hitter and drive in two runs to tie the game at 2-2. Ryan Hinske followed with another single to right field to bring home the winning run.
Mannebach, a former Appleton West standout, finished with 11 strikeouts but walked six batters.
Jason Wierschke was just as solid on the mound for the Macs, also striking out 11 batters in the complete-game win. He gave up seven hits and did not walk a batter.
Lombard Orioles 4, Beecher Muskies 0
Addison Braves 11, Oswego Cats 6
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