The Duluth Huskies (3-0) beat Thunder Bay Border Cats (0-3)
Daniel Gardner started the game off by scoring the first run for the Huskies in the first inning. In the third inning Gardner scored the second run of a sacrifice fly by Matt Brown. The 4th inning was a big one for the Huskies with 4 runs coming from Mitch Reeves, Grant Farley, David Kyriacou and Gardner once again. The Border Cats made a dent in the Huskie lead with three runs of their own from Cooper Lamke, Ryan Sutterer and Jordan Gillerman. In the 6th Kyriacou scored his second of the night which was the last run of the game to increase the Huskie lead back to four runs. The final score being 7-3 Duluth Huskies.
Logan Browning started for the Huskies and pitched 5 innings. Only allowing 5 hits with 3 SO. Replacing Browning was Marcus Frederickson only allowing 1 hit in his 3.2 innings pitched. Wade Regas came in to close for Huskies and only needed one pitch to finish the game.
The Huskies will take on Thunder Bay Border Cats once again tomorrow Friday, June 3rd at 7:05pm.
The Huskies are back at the Wade for the season home opener on Saturday, June 4th at 7:05 against the Mankato Moondogs. Season tickets or 7-game punch cards are available now. For more information, contact the Duluth Huskies front office at 218-786-9909 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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