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Published On: July 29th, 2014

The La Crosse Loggers lost their series opener Monday night to the Kenosha Kingfish by a final score of 8-4 at Simmons Field in Kenosha.  The loss now drops the Loggers to one game under the .500 mark on the season.  

Kenosha scored the first three runs of the game in the first two innings.  The first run came off a Zach Ratcliff (Ohio State) sacrifice fly to score Buddy Reed (Florida).  The next two runs came when Reed doubled home Taylor Douglas (Tennessee-Martin) and CJ Saylor (San Diego State).  

The Loggers would get on the board in the top of the fifth inning when shortstop, Nash Knight (Dallas Baptist), scored on a Brody Weiss (UC-Santa Barbara) putout.

Kenosha would double their run total in the bottom of the fifth however when they scored three more runs of Logger newcomer, Jameson Sadowske (UW-La Crosse) to give the Kingfish a 6-1 lead.

Eventually down 8-2, La Crosse would score two more run in the top of the eighth when Aaron Knapp (California) would score on a Kevin Zak (Grand Valley State) sacrifice fly, and Jack Meggs (Washington) would be hit home on a Luke Persico (UCLA) RBI single.

La Crosse and Kenosha will conclude their series Tuesday night from Simmons Field.  First pitch is scheduled for 7:05.