Wisconsin Rapids, Wisc. – Mason McCoy (Iowa), Jordan Zimmerman (Michigan State), and Ty Provencher (Long Beach State) played in the 2015 Northwoods League All-Star Game, with the South Division winning 3-1.
Mason McCoy was also selected to the Marshfield Clinic Home Run Challenge. He hit three home runs which was tied for fourth best among all individual players. The North won the team competition 22 home runs to 21. He started at shortstop and led off for the South Division, finishing 1-for-4 from the plate. He led off the 1st with a double and scored on a Anthony Gonsolin (Madison Mallards) sacrifice fly to center. In the field, we was 2-for-2 with 2 putouts, including a 3-6-3 double play.
Ty Provencher came in to pitch the 6th inning. He took down the North 1-2-3 with two groundouts to the mound and a strikeout.
Jordan Zimmerman was put in at second base in the 7th and fielded a ground ball to end the inning. In his one at bat for the night he struck out swinging.
All three players had tremendous success and were excited to be a part of the festivities. 2,006 fans showed up to watch the All-Star Game. La Crosse is tied for second place with the Mallards in the second half at 13-8. Overall the Lumberman are 32-23 and have a six-game lead for the final wild card spot. The Loggers have today off but head south to take on the Madison. Catch the game on the Logger Radio Network, Eagle 102.7 or the La Crosse Loggers Baseball app.