The Kenosha Kingfish (4-3) beat the Lakeshore Chinooks on Monday's only afternoon game in the Northwoods League by the final of 3-2. The Kingfish got down 2-0 in the 4th innning but scored two in the sixth to tie the game, and then in the 14th inning Jack Yalowitz (Illinois) hit an RBI double to give Kenosha their fourth win of the season.
The Chinooks got their only runs of the game on a sacrifice fly off the bat of Daniel DeSimone (Oklahoma State), and then a Caleb Dean (Lamar) single to give the Chinooks a 2-0 lead in the fourth.
The Kingfish would respond in the 6th as Yalowitz hit a single to right field to get the inning started followed later in the inning by a Mike Madej (Purdue) walk. Tyler Paulsen (Illinois State) would come through with a two out double to left field and the score was tied at 2 a piece.
Colin Treml (UW-Osh Kosh) threw 6 innings of 2 run baseball and the Kingfish got great efforts from relievers Gary Clift Jr. (Youngstown State), Billy McKay (Florida), Christian Bokich (Lee University) and Alex Manasa (Jackson Community College) who did not allow a run after Treml exited the game.
Anthony Warneke (San Diego City College) got on base in the 14th inning by an error from the right fielder, and with two strikes in the at bat, Yalowitz hit a double into the left field corner to give Kenosha the lead. Manasa came on to get his second save of the season in the bottom of the 14th.
The Kingfish will play the second game of the two game set with Lakeshore tomorrow night at 6:35 p.m. at Historic Simmons Field. It will be Festival Foods Oktoberfest Bratwurst Appreciation Day.