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Published On: July 1st, 2019

Madison, WI – The Green Bay Booyah allowed six runs in the third inning and were never able to recover as they fell 10-4 in Madison on Wednesday night.

 

Green Bay scored first in the second inning, putting up two runs off of Madison starter Aj Archambo. In his first career start, catcher Brady West singled in his first at-bat, driving in Joe Mason to give the Booyah the lead. Jacob Buchberger followed up by bringing in Chris Williams on an RBI single to put Green Bay up 2-0.

 

The floodgates broke open for Madison in the third inning when the Mallards produced six runs off of four walks, three singles, and one error. The big inning for Madison proved to be enough throughout to take two of three from Green Bay.

 

On the mound, Nick Riggle went 2.1 innings, allowed five hits and picked up four earned runs. Riggle dropped to 1-3 on the season. In the bullpen, Dalton Wiggins recorded three innings of scoreless work, striking out his former team four different times, and lowering his ERA to .84. Chandler Ingram threw an inning and a third, giving up an earned run and striking out two. Logan Lee also went an inning and a third, allowing a run and recording one strike out.

 

At the dish, West led Green Bay in his first start. West went 3-5, with three singles and two RBIs. Williams finished the day 2-5, reaching base three times on the night.

 

Green Bay starts a two game set with Lakeshore tomorrow at home. First pitch is set for 6:35 p.m. and the Booyah have left-hander Jack Mahoney on the mound in his fifth start of the year.

 

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