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Kings Pickup First WSL Victory in DH Split with West Allis

July 6, 2020

On Sunday, the Kenosha Kings and West Allis Nationals played back-to-back games at Beaumont Field in Burlington. In game one, the Kings shut out the Nationals by a final score of 12-0. However, in game two the Nationals came back and defeated the Kings 9-2.

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Kenosha Kings 12, West Allis Nationals 0
West Allis Nationals 9, Kenosha Kings 2

On Sunday, the Kenosha Kings and West Allis Nationals played back-to-back games at Beaumont Field in Burlington. In game one, the Kings shut out the Nationals by a final score of 12-0. However, in game two the Nationals came back and defeated the Kings 9-2.

The starting pitcher for Kenosha, Jacob Delabio earned the win letting up zero runs and zero hits with 13 strikeouts. In the first inning he struck out the side, the second inning Delabio struck out another batter and defense had his back making a double play to end the inning. Similar to the first inning, Delabio struck out the side once again in the third inning. Both Ryan Hoerter and Brandon Jeffery helped close out the game.

Although starting pitcher for West Allis, DJ Hess struck out six guys and walked 0 over a four-inning stretch, this wasn’t enough and the Kings were able to nail three hits and two runs off of Hess. The Kings also hit two home runs in the sixth inning, one from Riley Hughes and the next from Trey Leonard.

Kenosha’s outfielder Trey Leonard led the team in hits going 3-4 at the plate. The Kings out played the Nationals in game one acquiring 13 hits with no errors in comparison to the National’s one hit.

Game two ended a bit differently with an early four run lead in the first inning from West Allis including a dinger hit by Aaron Goecks. Their five run fifth inning also amounted to their victory over Kenosha. Max Montgomery, Christian McKelvey, JJ Pinales, and Tyrese Mitchell, each contributed with RBIs in the fifth inning. Identical to game one, offense proved to be helpful in earning the win.

Stats: Game One | Game Two

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