Saturday Game Recap: West Allis Wins Doubleheader on Walkoffs
June 25, 2017
10 seemed to be the number of the day for Lombard, which was the number of runs the Orioles scored in both games. The Giants and Nationals walked away with much needed wins as well.
OSHKOSH GIANTS 12, 11, ADDISON BRAVES 3, 6
ADDISON, IL – The Oshkosh Giants showed no mercy on Saturday beating the Braves in both games of doubleheader.
In game one the Giants took off running, scoring eight runs in the first inning.
Luke Gajewski, Tommy Hill and Craig Thompson each hit a double.
The Giants went on to score an additional four runs, while the Braves could only mange three.
Game two was no different.
The Giants dominated the first inning scoring five runs.
Leonardo Gil hit a double and Tyler Arthur hit a single to help give the Giants the 5-0 lead in the first.
Although the Braves scored six runs in the second game the Giants never gave up the lead, ultimately winning game two 11 to 6.
LOMBARD ORIOLES 10, 10, DE PERE DODGERS 2, 0
LOMBARD, IL – 10 seemed to be the number of the day for the Lombard Orioles.
In both games of Saturday’s doubleheader Lombard won scoring 10 runs.
Lombard started the game strong in the first inning with a home run from Dylan Gilberts.
The Dodgers only walked away with two runs, one in the first and one in the fifth, while the Orioles managed to score at least one run in every inning except the sixth.
Game two went six innings with Lombard winning 10-0 over the Dodgers.
The Orioles managed 10 hits to match the 10 runs scored in the game.
The game did not fare as well for the Dodgers, whom only managed one hit during the game.
Not even an error from Lombard could help De Pere.
Kyle Pauly earned the win for the Orioles pitching six innings, giving up zero runs, one hit and striking out six.
Dan Delaney led the Orioles going 3-for-3 and batting in three runs.
WEST ALLIS NATIONALS 6, 4, KENOSHA KINGS 5, 3
WEST ALLIS, WI – West Allis wins two nail biters on Saturday thanks to walkoffs.
The Kenosha Kings led most of game one scoring three runs in the second and one in the third.
The Nationals managed to tie the game in the fifth with four runs of their own, but the Kings regained the lead with one run in the sixth.
That’s when the luck ran out for Kenosha.
Jonah Meidl hit a double scoring one run to tie the game at 5-5 in the bottom of the seventh.
Then it happened.
An error from the Kings’ pitcher Brandon Jeffery allowed a run to score, giving the Nationals a 6-5 win.
Game two favored the Nationals for most of the game scoring two runs in the fifth and one in the sixth.
The Kings tried to comeback tying the game in the seventh. Alex Doud scored the two runs for Kenosha on a single.
Unfortunately, that was not enough to give Kenosha the win.
Adam Karas, in the bottom of the eighth, hit into a fielder’s choice, but one run scored, giving the Nationals a 4-3 win over the Kings.
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