Sunday Recap: Lombard Takes First Place In WSL
June 12, 2017
Sunday was full of doubleheaders in the Wisconsin State League. Lombard took first place in the WSL after dealing Oshkosh two tough losses. De Pere battled with Addison but ultimately walked away with two wins, while Kenosha won big defeating Sheboygan in both games.
GAME 1: KENOSHA KINGS 4, SHEBOYGAN A’S 2
KENOSHA, WI – After losing twice to the A’s on Saturday the Kings return the favor with two wins on Sunday.
Game one was very back-and-forth until the sixth inning where the Kings took the lead once and for all.
The game was tied at two when Paul Pulera hit a single driving in two runs for the Kings.
David Keaton earned the win for Kenosha pitching seven innings, giving up two runs, nine hits and striking out nine.
Paul Pulera led the Kings with two hits.
Ben Folger took the loss for Sheboygan pitching one inning, giving up one hit and striking out one.
The final score of game one was Kings 4, A’s 2.
GAME 2: KENOSHA KINGS 3, SHEBOYGAN A’S 2
KENOSHA, WI – Game two between the Kings and A’s remained close throughout but the Kings walked away with the victory.
The game was tied at two in the bottom of the seventh when Travis Vanderwall singled, driving in the winning run for the Kings.
Ben Milewski earned the win for Kenosha pitching three and two-thirds innings, giving up one run, three hits and striking out two.
Josh Olsen took the loss for the A’s pitching one and one-third innings, giving up one run, two hits, striking out one and walking one.
The final score of game two was Kings 3, A’s 2.
GAME 1: DE PERE DODGERS 3, ADDISON BRAVES 1
DE PERE, WI – Game one between the Dodgers and Braves ended in a low score, thanks to great pitching from both teams.
Addison put one run on the board in the first inning when Will Hollis homered.
De Pere scored two runs in the first inning thanks to a triple from Joe Baier and a sacrifice fly from Sam Kohnle.
Evan Sigmund earned the win for the Dodgers pitching seven innings, allowing one run, five hits, striking out six and walking one.
Alex Cardoza took the loss for the Braves pitching six innings, giving up three runs, eight hits and striking out one.
The final score of game one was Dodgers 3, Braves 1.
GAME 2: DE PERE DODGERS 13, ADDISON BRAVES 7
DE PERE, WI – Game one between the Dodgers and Braves was low scoring but game two proved to be a different story.
Abfall and Dart from the Dodgers each drove in four runs.
Tanner Haessly earned the win for the Dodgers pitching five innings, allowing five runs, nine hits, striking out one and walking one.
Darren Davis took the loss for the Braves pitching one inning, surrendering six runs and three hits.
Final score of game two was Dodgers 13, Braves 7.
GAME 1: LOMBARD ORIOLES 12, OSHKOSH GIANTS 0
OSHKOSH, WI – The Orioles cruised to an easy win in game one on Sunday against the Giants.
Five of Lombard’s runs came in the third inning, where Jeremy Quade singled and Tim Lilly homered.
David Mathews homered in the fifth inning for the Orioles.
Thomas Goodyear earned the win for Lombard pitching four innings, giving up two hits and striking out seven.
Kellen Shea took the loss for Oshkosh pitching four and a third innings, giving up 12 runs, 13 hits and striking out one.
Although Oshkosh lost, Hunter Messerschmidt went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Giants in hits.
The final score of game one was Orioles 12, Giants 0.
GAME 2: LOMBARD ORIOLES 10, OSHKOSH GIANTS 1
OSHKOSH, WI – Game two followed the same tune of game one with Lombard winning big over Oshkosh.
The Orioles scored three runs in the sixth wit the help of a home run from Colin Schrader and a double by Connor Pauly.
Tyler Arthur led the Giants with one run batted in.
Hunter Hockenbrock took the loss for Oshkosh pitching five innings, allowing five runs, four hits and striking out six.
Jack Snider earned the win for Lombard pitching two innings, giving up two hits, and striking out four.
The Orioles are now in first place in the Wisconsin State League following Saturday and Sunday’s games.
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