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The Northwoods League Was Filled with Double Hitters and Close Final Scores

The Green Bay Booyah rallied over the Wisconsin Woodchucks with a close final score of 2-1. Both teams had an impressive pitching performance from Booyah Garrett Martin (Marian) and Woodchucks Beau Nichols (Lincoln Memorial University). The Traverse City Pit Spitters pulled through and won against the Rockford Rivets with a close battle, ending the game with a final score of 5-4. The Pit Spitters Hudson Byorick (Wofford) had a strong performance during tonights game hitting one double and three RBI. The Lakeshore Chinooks were beat by the Madison Mallard with a final score of 12-9. The Mallards scored nine runs during the bottom of the sixth inning to capture the lead over the Chinooks and win the game. 

Rochester Honkers 5, La Crosse Loggers 2

The Rochester Honkers dominated the La Crosse Loggers with a final score of 5-2. The Honkers had a total of five runs and ten hits throughout the game. Logan Denholm (University of California-Davis) had one double along with three RBI for the Honkers. Loggers Hunter Watson (Texas AM) and TJ Byrd (Young Harris) both had one RBI. Evan Layne (Lake Erie College) was the winning pitcher who gave up two runs and three hits during his six innings at the mound. The saving pitcher was Rochester’s Keon Taylor (Georgetown College) who pitched the last inning while Nick Eaton (Butler) was the losing pitcher for La Crosse.  

Thunder Bay Border Cats 3, St. Cloud Rox 4

The St. Cloud Rox beat the Thunder Bay Border Cats with an ending game score of 4-3. The Rox started off strong scoring three runs in the bottom of the first inning. Garett Delano (Brown University) and Freddy Achecar (Georgetown University) had one home run each from St. Cloud. Delano also hit three RBI while Achecar received one during tonights game. The winning pitcher was Carter Bosch (Georgetown University) with two runs and three strike outs during his five innings at the mound. The saving pitcher of the night was Blake Stelzer (Concordia University- St. Paul) who pitched two innings with no runs and one hit. The losing pitcher was Thunder Bay’s Ryan Windham (Creighton University (NE)).

Fond du Lac Dock Spiders 10, Wisconsin Rapids Rafters 15

The Fond du Lac Dock Spiders came together in the eighth inning scoring nine runs but it was not enough to out score the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters. The final score was a strong 15-10. Spiders Zeb Adreon (Iowa) hit one home run and four RBI during tonights game. Wisconsin’s Jake Dunham (Northern Illinois) and Roman Trujillo (New Mexico State) had one home run and three RBI each. The winning pitcher was Cody Turner (Chapman University) who pitched four innings with no runs, two hits, and seven strike outs. Rafters Brayden Bonner (Dixie State) was the saving pitcher while the losing pitcher was Cole Paplham (Lake Land). 

Lakeshore Chinooks 9, Madison Mallards 12

The Madison Mallards won against the Lakeshore Chinooks with a solid sixth inning scoring nine runs to bridge the gap between the Chinooks. The ending game score was 12-9. Lakeshore’s Cole Barr (Indiana) and Daryl Myers (Benedictine College (KS)) both hit one double and one RBI. Madison’s Nicholas Figus (Illinois Wesleyan) and Austin Blazevic (Southeast Missouri) received one RBI and one double as well. The winning pitcher was AJ Archambo (Oral Roberts) and the saving pitcher was Theo Denlinger (Bradley) for Madison. The losing pitcher was Chinooks Jarrett Blunt (Iowa Central). 

Wisconsin Woodchucks 1, Green Bay Booyah 2 

The Green Bay Booyah defeated the Wisconsin Woodchucks with a close final score of 2-1. Green Bay had a total of two runs and three hits throughout tonights game. Jacob Buchberger (Davenport) hit one home run along with two RBI for the Booyah. The winning pitcher was Garett Martin (Marian) who pitched a solid seven innings giving up one run, five hits, and six strike outs. Green Bay’s Will Saxton (Florida International) was the saving pitcher of the game while the losing pitcher was Woodchucks Beau Nichols (Lincoln Memorial University). 

Willmar Stingers 17, Bismarck Larks 11

The Willmar Stingers demolished the Bismarck Larks with an impressive final score of 17-11. The Stingers came out of the gates swinging scoring ten runs in the first innings to defeat the Larks. Tyler Bosetti (Nevada) and Brennan McKenzie (Cal Poly Pamona) hit three RBI and one double for Willmar. Bismarck’s Wyatt Ulrich (St. Johns (MN)) and Zack Gregory (Arkansas) both received two RBI during tonights game. Stingers Christopher Peres (La Verne) was the winning pitcher who gave up two runs and three strike outs during his five innings of work. The losing pitcher was Hunter Kloke (Indiana University-Southeast).  

Mankato MoonDogs 6, Eau Claire Express 7

The Eau Claire Express beat the Mankato MoonDogs with an ending game score of 7-6. The Express scored four runs during the bottom of the fourth innings to capture the lead over the MoonDogs. David LaManna (Notre Dame) hit one home run along with one RBI for Eau Claire. Another great performance was by his teammate, Brock Burton (Grand Canyon) who received one triple hit and three RBI. Mankato’s Adan Fernandez (Nova Southeastern University) with one double and two RBI. The winning pitcher was Kuster Kinlecheenie (Montevallo) who pitched a solid three innings giving up four runs and one strike out. Express’ Alec Baker (Dallas Baptist) was the saving pitcher who pitched two innings with no runs and no hits. The losing pitcher was Mankato’s Dalton Grose (UM-Crookston). 

Duluth Huskies 7, Waterloo Bucks 14

The Waterloo Bucks crushed the Duluth Huskies with an ending game score of 14-7. The Bucks had a solid fifth inning hitting seven runs to steal and continue their lead over the Huskies. Duluth’s Channy Ortiz (Yakupai College) hit two doubles along with two RBI during tonights game. Waterloo’s Tony Jenkins (Miami) received one double and five RBI. The winning pitcher of the game was Jimmy Smiley (Columbia) who pitched one inning with no runs or hits. The losing pitcher was Huskies Austin Smith (Southwestern University). 

Rockford Rivets 4, Traverse City Pit Spitters 5

The Traverse City Pit Spitters came out on top scoring four runs in the second innings to begin their lead over the Rockford Rivets. The final score was a close 5-4. Rockford’s Caleb Durbin (Washington- St. Louis) hit one double and two RBI. Hudson Byorick (Wofford) had one double along with three RBI from the Pit Spitters. The winning pitcher was Traverse Cities Luke Little (San Jacinto College) who pitched three innings giving up no runs, no hits, and striking out five. The losing pitcher was Rivets Trevin Eubanks (Valdosta State). 

Kenosha Kingfish 3, Kokomo Jackrabbits 9

The Kokomo Jackrabbits dominated the Kenosha Kingfish with a solid final score of 9-3. The Jackrabbits had a total of nine runs and eight hits throughout tonights game. Jack Thelen (Wisconsin-Milwaukee) hit one home run and two RBI for the Kingfish. Kokomo’s Ben Livorsi (Minnesota St-Mankato) received one double and two RBI. The winning pitcher was Lucas Folmar (Mercyhurst) who pitched seven innings with three runs and five strike outs. The losing pitcher was Kenosha’s Anderson Strunk (Mott Community College) who gave up five runs and two strike outs during his five innings of work. 

Battle Creek Bombers 9, Kalamazoo Growlers 10

The Kalamazoo Growlers defeated the Battle Creek Bombers with a final score of 10-9. The Growlers had a total of ten runs and fourteen hits during tonights game. Caleb Balgaard (Iowa Western) hit one home run along with one RBI for Battle Creek. Growlers Clay Owens (USC) received two doubles and two RBI tonight. The winning pitcher was JT Rogoszewski (Central Michigan) with one run and one hit during his two innings of work. The saving pitcher was Growlers Pete Joseph (Northwood University) while the losing pitcher was Bombers Luke Dawson (Bentley University). 

Schedule for July 28: 

Willmar @ Bismarck (1:05 pm) 

Wisconsin Rapids Rafters @ Fond du Lac (1:05 pm) 

Kenosha @ Kokomo (1:05 pm) 

Duluth @ Waterloo (2:05 pm) 

Mankato @ Eau Claire (2:05 pm) 

Green Bay @ Wisconsin Woodchucks (3:05 pm) 

Battle Creek @ Kalamazoo (3:05 pm) 

Thunder Bay @ St. Cloud (4:05 pm) 

Rochester @ La Crosse (5:05 pm) 

Madison @ Lakeshore (5:05 pm) 

Rockford @ Traverse City (6:00 pm)