Nationals, A’s Pick Up Victories Tuesday

July 22, 2020

The West Allis Nationals and Sheboygan A's both picked up WSL victories on Tuesday night.


West Allis Nationals 14, Kenosha Kings 3

The West Allis Nationals took off with a 14-3 victory against the Kenosha Kings on Tuesday night, preventing them from even scoring until the sixth inning. The Nationals got their offense started early and scored on a home run by Jonah Meidl in the first inning and a home run by Max Montgomery in the second inning. Kenosha’s only runs scored were in the sixth and seventh inning, Colton Coca scored on an error, and Frankie Cistero grounded out but allowed two runs to score. West Allis had a seven-run ninth inning, which launched their already significant lead over Kenosha even further. Players that contributed to these extra runs were Nick Aide, Max Montgomery, Savier Pinales, Josh Nitch, and Daryl Myers.

Stats: West Allis vs. Kenosha

Sheboygan A’s 7, Greater Green Bay Blue Ribbons 6

The Sheboygan A’s were able to hold a lead over the Greater Green Bay Blue Ribbons until the fourth inning when Green Bay tied the game up at 5-5. The game ended with a final score of 7-6, in favor of the A’s. Sheboygan produced two runs in the first inning when lead-off batter Ross Krist singled to get on base and shortly after, Josh Moses launched a home run to right field. Green Bay stayed competitive and in the fourth inning after three back-to-back hits, followed up with a walk, allowed two runs to tie the game. Going into the ninth inning the Sheboygan A’s were able to score two runs, however, Green Bay almost tied the game up, pushing across a run on a wild pitch and having the tying run on third before a game-ending strikeout.

Stats: Sheboygan vs. Greater Green Bay

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