Published On: August 2nd, 2010

Green Bay 7, Wisconsin Rapids 4
Green Bay 6, Wisconsin Rapids 4
The Green Bay Bullfrogs took game one of the doubleheader 7-4 due to two big innings.  The Bullfrogs center fielder Collin Kuhn (Arkansas) was 3-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBI.  Green Bay’s pitching staff combined to throw a four hitter over the final 4.1 innings.  The Bullfrogs touched up Rafter’s starting pitcher Kyle Anderson (California Poly San Louis Obispo) for six runs on eleven hits in just 3.1 innings. 

The Bullfrogs completed the two game sweep with a 6-4 win in front of 1,047 fans.  Green Bay used multi-hit games from Brad Zapenas (Boston College) and Scott Schebler (Wichita State) as the two combined to account for four of the six runs.  Alex Schmarzo (Saint Mary’s) earned his third save of the season throwing the final 1.1 innings of scoreless baseball. 

Battle Creek 2, Madison 1
Madison 7, Battle Creek 3
The Battle Creek Bombers took game one of the double header 2-1 at C.O. Brown Stadium.  The Bombers knocked out six hits off starting pitcher Estevan Uriegas (Texas A&M).  Uriegas took the no-decision while J.R. Graham (Santa Clara) took the loss giving up one run in the final 0.2 innings of the game.  The Bombers left fielder Andrew Lawrence drove in both runs with two sacrifice flies. 

Madison jumped out to a 4-1 lead after one innings against the Battle Creek Bombers and took the game 7-3 on Monday night.  The Mallards were led by Adam Davis (Illinois) led the offense with three hits and four RBI in the win.  Kyle Gaedele (Valparaiso) had two RBI while Jacob Esch (Georgia Tech) earned the win with a six hitter over 5.0 innings.  Sean Deegan (Penn State) had two hits in the loss for the Bombers. 

Duluth 2, Alexandria 1
Alexandria 7, Duluth 1
The Duluth Huskies Robbie Collier (North Florida) threw a great game to earn the win Monday night. Collier earned his sixth win of the season by throwing a three hitter over 6.2 innings while striking out seven Beetles.  The Huskies Cody Asche (Nebraska) continued his hot hitting by going 2-for-3 with two RBI which takes his league leading RBI total to 59.  Jake Tanis (Mercer) homered in the loss for the Beetles. 

The Beetles took game two 7-1 to earn the double header split against the Duluth Huskies.  The Beetles used a great start from starting pitcher Lindsey Caughel (Stetson) who threw a one hitter over 6.0 innings to earn his seventh win of the season.  Alexandria used a balanced scoring attack as all but two starters scored a run on the night.  The Huskies lone hit of the game was a Pete Cappetta (Illinois) homerun. 

Willmar 2, St. Cloud 1
Willmar 4, St. Cloud 3
The Willmar Stingers took game one of the doubleheader 2-1 over the St. Cloud River Bats.  The Stingers scored two in the fifth and held on as the River Bats rallied back for one in the seventh, but Jacob Barnes (Florida Gulf Coast) earned his seventh save of the season in 1.0 inning of work.  Willmar’s offense game from Isaac Ballou (Marshall) and Mitch Delfino (California) who both drove in runs in the victory. 

The Stingers took game two in extra innings 4-3 in front of 1,677 fans.  Willmar’s Joe Sever (Pepperdine) and Jared Norris (Oregon State) combined to score all four of the runs in the win.  Jayson Huett (NW Missouri State) earned his fifth win of the season after throwing 3.0 innings of hitless baseball in relief. 

Eau Claire 8, Wisconsin 3
The Express beat the Woodchucks Monday night by a score of 8-3 at Carson Park.  Eau Claire’s Nate Baumann (Augustana) hit his second homerun in five days and drove in three runs to pace the offense.  Dietrich Enns (Central Michigan) and Scott Marinier (Central Michigan) combined to throw a seven hitter while only allowing three runs.  The Woodchucks Rob Lind had three hits in the loss. 

La Crosse 4, Waterloo 2
The La Crosse Loggers won their second game in two nights by beating the Waterloo Bucks 4-2 at Copeland Park in La Crosse.  Kodey Simon (Winona State) earned the win while throwing 7.0 innings of three-hit baseball.  Madison Boer (Oregon) registered the save throwing the final 1.0 inning.  The Loggers used a two-hit night from Mick Doyle to pace the offense. 

Mankato 4, Thunder Bay 1
The Mankato MoonDogs were down 1-0 in the middle of the fifth, but scored four unanswered runs to take the game 4-1 in front of 1,211 NWL fans.  The MoonDogs pitching staff combined to throw a four hitter while striking out 11Thunder Bay batters.  Mankato was led by right fielder Mike Moore who was 2-for-3 with one run scored and an RBI. 

Brainerd 10, Rochester 1
The Brainerd Lakes Area Lunkers received a great pitching performance from starting pitcher Joe Willman who threw 7.0 innings of one run baseball.  The Lunkers only allowed six hits on the night while striking out three.  The Lunkers got to Honkers starting pitcher Josh McKeon (Upper Iowa) with four runs on eight hits.  Brainerd was led by Tommy Reyes (California Irvine) who was 3-for-3 with while David Allbritton (Emporia State) had three RBI. 

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