WSL Thursday Recap: Braves Get By League-Leading Orioles
July 15, 2016
The Lombard Orioles weren't able to score a run off of Ty Parquette during his 5 1/3 innings on the mound and the Addison Braves took home the win, 5-2.
Addison Braves 5, Lombard Orioles 2
The Lombard Orioles weren’t able to score a run off of Ty Parquette during his 5 1/3 innings on the mound and the Addison Braves took home the win, 5-2.
Parquette struck out six and allowed three walks and two hits.
The game was back-and-forth heading into the seventh, with three lead changes.
The Braves pulled out the win thanks to a strong seventh inning. Addison scored on a two-run double by Tyler Behrendt off PJ Schuster, scoring Josh Dryden and Mike Rostine.
Schuster was charged with the loss. He lasted just one inning, walked none, struck out one, and allowed two runs.
The Braves pushed one run across in the fourth inning to start the scoring thanks to an RBI single by Will Hollis.
The Orioles scored two runs of their own in the fourthn on a two-run single by Hunter Fiorlto.
The Braves got one-run rallies in the eighth inning and the ninth. In the eighth, they scored on a sacrifice fly by Josh Dryden, scoring Marco D’Angelo.
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Sheboygan A’s 7, 6, De Pere Dodgers 5, 1
When Harry Steldt is hot, your pitchers are on the hill and throwing strikes, and your line-up produces 2-out, run-scoring hits, victory is attainable.
With those factors in place Thursday night, the A’s swept a doubleheader from the De Pere Dodgers by scores of 7-5 and 6-1 on a rainy night in De Pere.
Steldt was on-base eight times last night going 5-for-5 with two walks, a hit by pitch and a sacrifice bunt attempt that turned into a field’s choice. Taylor Grimm, TD Walker, Tyler Agard and Wyatt Olson all delivered clutch 2-out base hits.
But the key figures in the win were pictures Taylor Schwartz and Eric Schmitz.
A couple first-inning errors put Schwartz behind the eight ball and De Pere scored three runs. He finished with a 6-hitter striking out four along the way. The A’s came back and turned the 3-run three deficit into a 5-4 lead when Hayden Fenner delivered a 2-run base hit. De Pere tied it at five in the seventh when Olson and Grimm ignited the 2-run rally that iced the game. Connor Keating saved it with a 1-2-3 seventh inning.
But the night showstopper was Schmitz who carried a no-hitter to the bottom of the sixth, but it was broken up by Michael Larson’s 1-out single. He finished with a two- hitter allowing only one unearned run.
The A’s launch Wisconsin Amateur Baseball Classic tournament play this weekend. The A’s are hosting one of the pools. The Wildwood Park schedule follows:
Friday night, 6:45, Plymouth VS. Sheboygan; 8:45, Two Rivers VS. Appleton
Saturday, 12 noon, Plymouth VS. Clyman; 2:30 Plymouth VS. Milwaukee Beavers; 5, Clyman VS. Sheboygan; 7:30, Milwaukee Beavers VS. Sheboygan.
Pool winners play in West Bend Sunday for the championship.
Green Bay Storm 26, Oshkosh Giants 8
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