Sunday Recap: Kings Sweep Braves in Addison

May 30, 2017

The Kenosha Kings swept a Sunday twinbill from Addison by scores of 4-1 and 11-4 to jump to 3-0 in league play to start the season.

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Kenosha Kings 4, 11, Addison Braves 1, 4

The Addison Braves fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 4-1 loss to the Kenosha Kings on Sunday in game one of the team’s doubleheader. Kenosha captured the lead in the first inning after a Jason Dennis grounded out scored one run. Kenosha collected nine hits. Travis Vanderwall and Jake

Kenosha collected nine hits in the game, with Travis Vanderwall and Jake Falish each collecting multiple hits.

Thomas Kahle went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Addison in hits.

In game two, Addison watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in an 11-4 loss. Kenosha scored on a home run by Michael Szeszol on a 2-0 count in the first inning and a double in the second inning.

Addison scored three runs in the seventh inning to make the boxscore look closer, but it was all Kensoha in game two.

The Kings scored four runs in the sixth inning to blow the game open.

David Keaton earned the win for Kenosha Kings. He pitched five innings, allowing one run, three hits, and striking out five. Two relievers combined to close out the victory for Kenosha. Dylan Brambora took the loss for Addison Braves. He threw four and a third innings, allowing five runs, eight hits, and striking out one.

Kenosha collected 14 hits in the game. Christian Zamudio, Jake Falish, and Michael Szeszol each collected multiple hits.

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