Green Bay is 5-2 in last seven games
MADISON, Wis. – The Green Bay Booyah have won their first two games on this three-game road trip after finishing strong against the Madison Mallards on Saturday, 9-3.
Green Bay opened the scoring in the top of the second, thanks to a two-run home run to left field by Max Wagner (Clemson).
The Mallards were able to score a run each in the second and third, but Dalton Pearson’s two-run home run to left in the fifth inning broke the tie. In the seventh, Nick Dagnello (College of Charleston) had an RBI single that plated Kaden Hollow (Dixie State).
In the eighth inning, the Booyah broke it open. Johnny Hipsman’s (Richmond) leadoff solo home run and Nadir Lewis’ (Princeton) triple kickstarted a four-run inning.
The Mallards scored one in the bottom of the ninth, but it was not enough.
A great outing was put together by Logan Lee (Northwood). He went seven innings, allowing three hits, two runs, one earned, walking three and striking out four. Mason Coon (Illinois-Springfield) pitched the final two frames, allowing two hits, one run and punching out three.
The Booyah improved to 5-7 on the year while the Mallards slip to 6-7. The two teams will end the two-game series on Sunday afternoon and the Booyah will end their three-game road trip.
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