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Northwoods League Teams Dominating and Scoring Dozens of Home Runs

The Eau Claire Express pulled it together for the win over the Bismarck Larks with an ending game score of 7-6. A solid performance was by Larks Ty Hanchey (Norfolk State) who hit two home runs along with four RBI. The Mankato MoonDogs dominated the St. Cloud Rox with a final score of 12-4. The winning pitcher was Jaxon Passion (Kansas State) who gave up four runs and four strike outs during his strong nine innings of work.

St. Cloud Rox 4, Mankato MoonDogs 12

The Mankato MoonDogs dominated the St. Cloud Rox with a final score of 12-4. The MoonDogs had a solid fourth inning scoring seven runs to win against the Rox. Mankato’s James Gargano (Butler) hit three RBI while Jake Moberg (UCLA) had one double. The winning pitcher was Jaxon Passion (Kansas State) who gave up four runs and four strike outs during his strong nine innings of work. The losing pitcher was St. Cloud’s Zach Lauzon (Concordia University- St. Paul). 

Battle Creek Bombers 3, Madison Mallards 4

The Madison Mallards beat the Battle Creek Bombers during a close six inning battle ending the game 4-3. The Mallards had a total of four runs and eight hits throughout todays game. Cooper Trinkle (John A. Logan College) hit one home run along with two RBI for the Bombers. Madison’s Ben Anderson (Georgia), Justice Bigbie (Western Carolina), and Nicholas Figus (Illinois Wesleyan) received one RBI. The games winning pitcher was Deylen Miley (Bellarmine University) pitched one innings with no runs and no hits. The losing pitcher was Battle Creek’s Walter Talcott (Earlham College). 

Bismarck Larks 6, Eau Claire Express 7

The Eau Claire Express rallied together as a team during the bottom of the seventh inning scoring five runs to defeat the Bismarck Larks. The final score was a close 7-6. Larks Ty Hanchey (Norfolk State) hit two home runs along with four RBI. Express’ Cole Cabrera (Cal Poly) received two RBI and one double during tonights game. The winning pitcher was Kuster Kinlecheenie (Montevallo) who pitched two innings with two runs and one strike out. The saving pitcher was Eau Claire’s Brandon Dieter (Stanford) while the losing pitcher was Bismarck’s Jack Banks (Lakeland University). 

Traverse City Pit Spitters 7, Lakeshore Chinooks 11

The Lakeshore Chinooks demolished the Traverse City Pit Spitters with an ending game score of 11-7. The Pit Spitters started the game off strong scoring three runs in the first innings but it was not enough to win over the Chinooks. Traverse Cities Jake Arnold (University of North Georgia) hit one home run and one RBI. Lakeshore’s Ronnie Sweeny III (Minnesota) scored one home run along with one RBI. Blake Harseim (Heartland CC) was the games winning pitcher with no runs and one hit during his two innings at the mound. The losing pitcher was Spitters Sam Benschoter (Michigan State). 

Kalamazoo Growlers 6, Wisconsin Woodchucks 2

The Kalamazoo Growlers dominated the Wisconsin Woodchucks with an ending game final score of 6-2. The Growlers had a total of six runs and eight hits throughout tonights game. Khale Showers (Northwood University) and Jimmy Sullivan (University of Virginia) received one home run and Showers also hit three RBI for Kalamazoo. Wisconsin’s TJ Reeves (University of Alabama) had one home run along with one RBI. The winning pitcher was Growlers Christian Johnson (Gustavus Adolphus College) who gave up two runs and six strike outs during his six innings at the mound. The losing pitcher was Woodchucks Bobby Vath (NYIT). 

Willmar Stingers, Rochester Honkers 

Tonight’s game in Rochester between the Honkers and the Stingers as been postponed due to weather. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on August 7 starting at 5:00 in Rochester. Both games will be seven innings.

Duluth Huskies, La Crosse Loggers

Tonight’s game in La Crosse between the Loggers and the Huskies has been suspended due to weather. The game will be completed to seven innings on August 7 in La Crosse starting at 5:00. The regularly scheduled game will take place thirty minutes after the conclusion of the first game and it will be seven innings.

Green Bay Booyah 3, Rockford Rivets 10

The Rockford Rivets beat the Green Bay Booayh with a solid performance with a final score of 10-3. The Rockford Rivets had a total of ten runs and twelve hits throughout tonights game. Caleb Durbin (Washington- St.Louis) and Jake VanderWal (Long Beach State) hit one home run each from Rockford. Durbin hit one double and four RBI during todays game. Green Bay’s Nick Kreutzer (Arkansas Pine Bluff) had one double and one RBI. The Rivets Cory Wright (Valdosta State) who pitched seven innings giving up three runs and eight strike outs. The losing pitcher was Booyah Victor Santana (Shorter University). 

Kokomo Jackrabbits, Fond du Lac Dock Spiders 

Tonight’s game in Fond du Lac between the Dock Spiders and the Jackrabbits has been suspended in the 4th inning. The game will be completed to nine innings on August 7 in Fond du Lac starting at 5:05. The regularly scheduled game will take place thirty minutes after the conclusion of the first game and it will be seven innings.

Thunder Bay Border Cats 14, Waterloo Bucks 2

The Waterloo Bucks crushed the Thunder Bay Border Cats with an impressive fifth inning scoring eight runs to capture the win over the Border Cats. The final score was a strong 14-2.  Thunder Bay’s Noah Reed (Lincoln Trail College) hit two RBI and one double. Waterloo’s Blake Wagenseller (Cal Poly) received one home run and three RBI. The Bucks winning pitcher was Brandon Vial (Austin Peay) who pitched six innings with two runs and six strike outs during tonights game. The losing pitcher was Border Cats Alex Dafoe (Friends University (KS)).  

Wisconsin Rapids Rafters 5, Kenosha Kingfish 6

The Kenosha Kingfish won over the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters tonight with an ending game score of 6-5. The Kingfish captured the win over the Rafters during the seventh inning scoring three runs. Wisconsin’s Jake Dunham (Northern Illinois) received two RBI and one double. Connor Mann (New Mexico) hit one home run along with three RBI for Kenosha. The winning pitcher was Jonah Landowski (Marian University) who pitched two innings giving up no runs and four strike outs. The saving pitcher was Jacob DeLabio (Carthage College) while the losing pitcher was Rapids Rafters Cal Djuraskovic (Davenport).