Two Shut Outs and Teams Scoring in the Double Digits on Day 11 of the Northwoods League
The Fond du Lac Dock Spiders and Madison Mallards started off this beautiful and sunny day with the Mallards taking the win with a shut out 3-0. The Bismarck Larks took the win from the La Crosse Loggers dominating with a final score 13-7. The Larks took charge right out of the gates scoring seven runs in the first five innings. Lastly, the Wisconsin Woodchucks crushed the Green Bay Booyah 15-4 scoring consistent runs in every inning.
Fond du Lac Dock Spiders 0, Madison Mallards 3
Madison Mallards shut out the Fond du Lac Dock Spiders in a low scoring game of 3-0. Mallards started the first inning off scoring one run but in the bottom of the sixth they scored two run to take the win over the Spiders. E.J. Ranel (Lenoir-Rhyne) scored one home run, an RBI, one hit, and one run for Madison. The winning pitcher of the game was Eliot Turnquist (Madison College) pitched a solid four inning with three hits, zero runs, two walks, and five strike outs. Fond du Lac’s losing pitcher was Houston Glad (Texas Wesleyan) was the losing pitcher of the game with seven hits, three runs, two walks, and three strike outs during his strong six inning time.
Thunder Bay Border Cats 3, Mankato MoonDogs 4
The Mankato MoonDogs came on top over the Thunder Bay Border Cats in a close game 4-3 tonight. Extra innings were played when the MoonDogs scored one run to take the win. Jakob Newton (Florida Tech) and Tyson Fisher (Dixie State University (UT)) had one RBI each for the Border Cats. For Mankato Taylor Jackson (Kirkwood CC) received one RBI and two double hits. The winning pitcher of the game was MoonDogs Shane Barring (Bellarmine) with zero hits, zero runs, zero walks, and one strike out. While, the losing pitcher of Thunder Bay was Carlos Lequerica (Bethune-Cookman U (FL)) giving up four hits, two runs, one walk, and two strike outs during his two inning term on the plate.
Bismarck Larks 13, La Crosse Loggers 7
The Bismarck Larks demolished the La Crosse Loggers 13-7. The Larks took control in the the top of the first inning scoring two runs and never looked back not allowing the Loggers to catch up. Loggers Vinnie Massaglia (Illinois Central CC) hit one home run and four RBIs during tonights game. While, Luke Stephenson ( Xavier) received four RBIs, hit a double, three hits, and two runs for the Larks. The winning pitcher of the night was Bismarck’s Dominic Arias (Chicago State) pitching a strong six innings with three hits, one run, six walks, and two strike outs. The losing pitcher from the La Crosse Loggers was Landry Wideman (Texas AM) giving up 12 hits, seven runs, one walk, and two strike outs.
St. Cloud Rox 9, Rochester Honkers 8
The St. Cloud Rox beat the Rochester Honker 9-8 in a close game tonight. Rochester scored two runs in the last inning but it was not enough to out score the Rox to grab the win. St. Cloud Rox Ben Carew (Kent State University) and Garett Delano (Brown University) both scored a home run as well as Carew two RBIs and Delano three RBIs. For the Honkers, Ryan Wrobleski (Dallas Baptist University) hit a home run and two RBIs. The winning pitcher was Blake Stelzer (Concordia University- St. Paul) pitching one inning with zero hits, one run, zero walks, and one strike out. While the losing pitcher from the Rochester Honkers was Landon Anderson (Cal State Fullerton) with one hit, two runs, zero walks, and one strike out.
Kalamazoo Growlers 2, Rockford Rivets 11
The Rockford Rivets destroyed the Kalamazoo Growlers 11-2 tonight with the Rivets scoring a strong eight runs in the second inning. Rockford’s Nick Juaire (TCU) received three RBIs, a triple hit, one run, and one strike out. The winning pitcher of the night was Brayden Jensen (Illinois-Springfield) pitching five innings with two hits, zero runs, three walks, and five strike outs. Then in the last three innings, Jordan Nelson (Dubuque) swooped in for the save giving up five hits, one run, zero walks, and zero strike outs. The losing pitcher of the game was Kalamazoo’s Ralph Gambino (Pennsylvania State University) with two hits, seven runs, three errors, four walks, and zero strike outs.
Wisconsin Rapids Rafters 5, Lakeshore Chinooks 0
The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters grab another win against the Lakeshore Chinooks after their shoot out 5-0 during tonights game. The Rafters were very consistent on scoring run throughout the game scoring four run in the first three innings. Both Josh Nicoloff (Columbia) and Rich Ciufo (Brown) had one RBI for Wisconsin. The winning pitcher was Rapids Rafters Nathan Hammerling (Lakeland) pitching a strong six innings with four hits, zero runs, two walks, and one strike out. While the losing pitcher was Chinooks Randon Dauman (Triton CC) giving up six hits, four runs, three walks, and zero strike outs.
Green Bay Booyah 4, Wisconsin Woodchucks 15
The Wisconsin Woodchucks destroyed the Green Bay Booyahs to even their season record 7-5 tonight with a strong win. The final score was 15-4. The Woodchucks were consistent on scoring two runs almost every inning to take the win from Green Bay. Booyah Chris Williams (Florida International) hit one home run and one RBI. For Wisconsin, Byron Murray (Lynn University) and Adam Frank (FDU) scored each a home run and three RBIs during tonight blow out game. The winning pitcher of the game was JC Ariza (Howard Community College) pitching a solid six innings with seven hits, four runs, two walks, and six strike outs for the Wisconsin Woodchucks. In the last three innings, Will Bausinger (Missouri Southern State) came in for the saving pitch with zero hits, zero runs, two walks, and three strikes. While the losing pitcher was Green Bay’s Nate Brown (Arizona) with five hits, six runs, three walks, and four strike outs.
Waterloo Bucks 12, Eau Claire Express 13
The Eau Claire Express pulled out a win against the Waterloo Bucks in a nail bitting and pressure-filled game. The final score was 13-12. The Express scored a strong seven runs in the second inning taking the lead for the remainder of the game. But Waterloo really put up a fight scoring six runs in the fifth and four in the top of the seventh, but it wasn’t enough to outscore the Express. For the Bucks, Patrick Ferguson (Kent State) scored a home run, four RBIs, and three run during tonights game. For Eau Claire, Sam Kohnle (Winona State) hit a home run, three RBIs, and one run. The winning pitcher was Graham Laubscher (St. Thomas) pitching five innings with four hits, six runs, five walks, and six strike outs. Nick Herold (Winona) came in for the save for two innings giving up one hit, two runs, one walk, and three strike outs. Lastly, the losing pitcher of the night was Zach Jones (Spalding) who had seven hits, nine runs, three walks, and two strike out during his time at the pitching mound.
Kokomo Jackrabbits 3, Battle Creek Bombers 8
The Kokomo Jackrabbits defeated the Battle Creek Bombers in a single digit scoring game 8-3. In the bottom of the second inning the Bombers scored three runs beginning to bridge the game between the Jackrabbits to steal the win away from them. Kokomo’s Denzel Clarke (CSU-Northridge) hit one home run and one RBI during tonights game. Also, Josh Sears (Freed Hardeman) hit one home run and one RBI as well for the Bombers. The losing pitcher of the game was Jackrabbits Creede Jeffers (UC-Colorado Springs) with one hit, three runs, and three walks. The winning pitcher was Ty Shoaff (Notre Dame College) pitched five inning giving up three hits, three runs, four walks, and eight strike outs.
Willmar Stingers 2, Duluth Huskies 3
The Duluth Huskies find their mojo back after their close win against the Willmar Stingers. The ending score was 3-2. Duluth’s Noah Marcelo (Skyline College) and Dexter Swims (Missouri Souther St.) had one RBI each. Along with Ian Jenkins (South Carolina) hitting one triple and two hits during tonights game for the Huskies. The winning pitcher was Dane Morrow (Pepperdine) pitching a heavy seven innings with five hits, zero runs, two walks, and eight strike outs. While Mason Bryant (Texas) slid in with the save who had two hits, two runs, two walks, and five strikes. Lastly, the losing pitcher was Stingers Evan Furst (Augustana) giving up six hits, three runs, one walk and three strike outs.
Kenosha Kingfish 7, Traverse City Pit Spitters 3
The Kenosha Kingfish beat the Traverse City Pit Spitters 7-3 evening their season record both to 5-7. The Kingfish made their move during the eighth inning scoring four runs to grab the win. Kingfish’s Charles Middleton (Sierra College) had two RBIs, three hits, one double hit, and two runs during tonights game. For the Spitters, Jake Arnold (North Georgia) and Adam Proctor (Michigan State) had one RBI each. The winning pitcher of the night was Matthew Plisko (Macalester College) pitching three innings with zero hits, zero runs, zero walks, and four strike outs. While for the Traverse City Pit Spitter, Chase Gearing (Saginaw Valley State) gave up two hits, three runs, one walk, and one strike out during his two innings at the pitchers mound.
Schedule for June 9th:
Wisconsin Woodchucks @Fond du Lac (1:05 pm)
Lakeshore @ Green Bay (1:05 pm)
Rochester @ Waterloo (2:05 pm)
Thunder Bay @ Eau Claire (2:05 pm)
Traverse City @ Kalamazoo (3:05 pm)
La Crosse @ Duluth (3:05 pm)
Kokomo @ Rockford (3:05 pm)
Bismarck @ Mankato (3:05 pm)
Madison @ Wisconsin Rapids Rafters (4:05 pm)
Willmar @ St. Cloud (4:05 pm)
Battle Creek @ Kenosha (4:05 pm)