WSL Tuesday Recap: WSL Teams Struggle Tuesday
July 6, 2016
WSL teams struggled on Tuesday, going winless in five games.
Green Bay Storm 8, Sheboygan A’s 1
The Sheboygan A’s lead for a good chunk of the game, but still fell 8-1 to the Green Bay Storm on Tuesday.
Wyatt Olson hit a two-out double, made it to third on an outfield
bobble and scored on Taylor Grimm’s base hit, the A’s led 1-0 after one
They handed that 1-0 lead over to Taylor Schwarz, who
allowed the Storm just two hits through seven innings. The A’s botched
some early scoring opportunities but it was still 1-0 going into the
Then it happened.
The bats of the Storm exploded,
producing six hits. They were helped along by walks, wild pitches, one
physical and several mental errors.
The win puts Green Bay at 9-2 atop the Northeastern Wisconsin League. The A’s are 8-3 and 18-8 overall.
Menasha Macs 12, Oshkosh Giants 5
The Oshkosh Giants dropped a 12-5 contest to the Menasha Macs in a Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League on Tuesday night.
Koch, Hunter Messerschmidt, Tyler Arthur and Damian Guenther each had
two hits in the game. Koch and Guenther also drove in runs.
The Giants will be back in action on Friday at the Sheboygan A’s.
Oswego Cats 6, Lombard Orioles 3
Beecher Muskies 17, Addison Braves 7
Homestead Ranchers 12, Kenosha Kings 10
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