Woodchucks Sweep Kingfish in Doubleheader 

Woodchucks Sweep Kingfish in Doubleheader 

Kenosha, Wis. – The Kingfish (20-32 overall) were swept by the Wisconsin Woodchucks at home. Both games finished with final scores of 7-6. 

In game one, the Woodchucks got off to a quick 4-1 lead, and were able to hold on with 3 more runs in the 7th. Pete Schuler paced the Kingfish offense with a 3 for 4 day, including a double and 3 RBI. Marty Bechina also had a 3 for 4 outing in defeat. 

Andrew Reisinger started game one for the Kingfish, and allowed 4 runs off of 6 hits. Reisinger worked the first 6 innings of the game before turning it over to the bullpen. Sam Lund made his Kingfish debut and took the loss after allowing 2 runs. 

In game two, the Kingfish sent two home runs over the fence. Marty Bechina had a solo shot in the third, and Matt Kroon had a 2 run blast in the fourth. Gunnar McNeill was the only Kingfish with a multi-hit game, as he went 2 for 3. 

Cole Erickson was the Kingfish starter and he allowed 6 runs in 4.1 innings. Christian Bokich was the only other Kingfish to take the hill, and ultimately was given the loss. Bokich worked 3.2 innings and surrendered the go-ahead run to the Woodchucks in the last at-bat. 

The Kingfish are off tomorrow, and then head to Kalamazoo on Tuesday. 

Tickets and merchandise for your Kenosha Kingfish are on sale now. For more information on 7-game packs, season or group tickets, please visit or call 262.653.0900. The Kingfish office is located at 7817 Sheridan Road and is open 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday and Saturday by appointment only. 


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