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Published On: June 24th, 2017

The Duluth Huskies (13-11) dropped game one of the two game series with the Waterloo Bucks (17-7) in front of 1,024 fans in Wade Stadium.

Waterloo started hot, scoring 4 in the first right away. They continued to add to their score throughout the game, putting their final score at 12. Joe Genord of the Bucks had quite the night with 3 homeruns, giving him 7 RBIs for the night.The Huskies bats continued to stay hot as they tallied 13 hits as a team, following their 15 hits last night. Camyrn Williams had two hits on the night, both of which were doubles coming in the 1st and 4th innings, each driving in a run. The offense put 3 of the 7 runs on the board in the 4th on 4 hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch.  In the 7th inning down by 1, Kyle Hubbuch tied the game at 7 all with a solo shot, his first of the year. It would be the last run the Huskies scored on the evening.

Piero Amador started for the Huskies and tossed 4.0 innings allowing 5 hits with strikeouts. Stephen Yancey was slated with his first loss of the year giving up 5 runs in his final 2 innings of work. The defensive highlight of the night came in the top of the 7th when the Huskies turned a rare triple play. A line drive to the 2nd baseman Isaac Collins was caught for out number one, then thrown to second and first base for the final two outs completing the triple play. Ryan Dunne receives the win for the Waterloo Bucks after tossing 1.1 innings.

Saturday June 24, is Wrestling at the Wade! Gates open at 3pm with wrestling action to begin at 4pm. First pitch is at 6:35 for game two against the Waterloo Bucks.  Come on down to Wade Stadium to come support the Duluth Huskies!