Published On: June 28th, 2023

Jake Sirkus – Broadcaster


The Duluth Huskies once again found themselves down early, but a 4-0 deficit in the 3rd inning was not enough to keep them down. The Huskies answered and put up 12 runs on the board to defeat the Waterloo Bucks 13-7 tonight, keeping them alive in the first-half division race.

Calyn Halvorson was the big hitter tonight for Duluth, finishing a triple shy of the cycle with the big blast coming from a 3-run home run that gave the Huskies the lead in the 3rd inning. Caleb Corbin also. contributed with 3 hits along with Brandon Compton who finished with 4 runs driven in.

The Huskies now improve to 7-6 this season when the other team scores first, as they have done a great job of rallying and capitalizing on opportunities.

Caleb Gallant, Caleb Hollis, Issac Rhode, and David Stich came out of the ‘pen to finish off the final 7 innings after starter, Colin Linder had to come out after throwing 35 pitches in the second inning.

With this win, the Huskies keep their ground in the division race, as they sit one game back of Thunder Bay, tied with Eau Claire, and one game ahead of Rochester. The winner of the first half clinches a berth in the postseason.

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