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Wisconsin State LeagueSaturday Recap: Braves, Nationals Split Doubleheader

May 28, 2017

West Allis and Addison split their first two games on Saturday, with West Allis claiming a 9-3 victory, and Addison responding with a 1-0 shutout.

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West Allis Nationals 9, 0 – Addison Braves 3, 1

Even though the Addison Braves and West Allis Nationals both had their opportunities, it was Nationals that eventually prevailed 9-3 on Saturday in game one of the team’s doubleheader. The game was tied at three with West Allis batting in the top of the fifth when Adam Cibulka doubled off of Alex Cardoza, driving in two runs.

West Allis captured the first lead of the game in the first inning when Curt Pryal drove in one when he singled in the first inning.

After West Allis scored one more in the top of the second when Dan Scallon had an RBI groundout. Addison answered with one of their own when Kevin Cronin singled off of Aaron Woods, driving in one.

Thomas Kahle, Cronin, and Sam Kerr each drove in one run to lead Addison Braves.

West Allis collected nine hits. Pryal and Scallon each collected multiple hits for West Allis, Pryal went 3-for-4 at the plate as he led the team with three runs batted in.

In game two, Chris Wido didn’t allow a single run as Addison defeated West Allis 1-0. Wido allowed just three hits and induced a groundout from Adam Cibulka to end the game.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Wido struck out four, while the West Allis pitching staff sat down six.

Geovani Cabral and Luke Lucchetti each collected one hit to lead Addison. Addison was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Josh Vega had the most chances in the field with four.

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