Sheboygan A's vs. Lombard OriolesOrioles Suffer First Loss; Nationals Gain Ground

July 10, 2021

The Sheboygan A's gave the Orioles their first loss of the season in a doubleheader split, while the Nationals gained ground in the race for first with a sweep of Addison.

Sheboygan A's vs. Lombard Orioles

Sheboygan A’s 5, 3, Lombard Orioles 4, 9

The Lombard Orioles, a perfect 16-0 so far heading into their weekend series with the Sheboygan A’s, suffered their first loss after an extra-innings walk-off single by the A’s Ross Krist in the bottom of the ninth inning Saturday. The Orioles jumped out to an early 3-0 lead after the first on a Jake Novak home run. The A’s would score two in the third and two in the fifth to take the lead 4-3 before the Orioles tied it back up in the top of the seventh. Both teams had chances in extras, but after TJ Roberts reached third, Krist played the role of hero. In game two, the Orioles would once again jump out to an early 3-0 lead, but they would add to it to take a 7-0 lead. The A’s started to mount a slight comeback, scoring three in the sixth before Lombard shut the door and added two more for insurance.

Stats: Game One | Game Two

West Allis Nationals 11, 4, Addison Braves 4, 2

The West Allis Nationals gained a little groudn on Lombard in the race for first place Saturday after sweeping Addison by scores of 11-4 and 4-2. Led by three hits apiece from Alex Elliott, Noah Armstrong and Dalton Madsen, the Nationals scored in every inning but the first in a 17-hit, game one victory. Madsen hit a grand slam in the bottom of the second to start the offensive surge for the Nationals. Game two was a closer score on the scoreboard, with the Braves taking a lead into the bottom half of the fifth inning before the Nationals erased it in the eventual 4-2 victory. Antionio Valadez earned the win on the mound, pitching four innings of relief, striking out four and scattering two hits.

Stats: Game One | Game Two

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