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Published On: June 20th, 2014

Heavy rains caused a delay in the ninth, but Lakeshore defeated Kenosha in eight official innings.

Right-hander James Teague (Arkansas) got the start for the Chinooks. He tossed six shutout innings, only surrendering two hits. Teague had four strikeouts, including a pivotal Zach Jones strikeout to end the sixth.

Lakeshore scored their only run in the second. Right fielder Brett Siddall (Canisius) hit a single and stole second base. He was driven in on a basehit by designated-hitter Kyle Wood (Purdue). They took a 1-0 lead.

In the ninth, the rain drove away most of the crowd at Simmons Field. However, the Chinooks put five more runs on the scoreboard. These runs were not counted in the official score. Lakeshore won the game, 1-0.

Teague (1-0) picked up his first victory of the season. Garrett Brummett (Wichita State) and Jake Tuttle (UW-Milwaukee) combined for two scoreless innings.

Kingfish starting pitcher Rico Garcia (2-1) received the loss. In seven strong innings, the righty gave up one run off six hits. He issued two walks and struck out three.

The team travels will face the Wisconsin Woodchucks on Friday, June 19 and Saturday, June 20 in Wausau, Wis. They begin a six-game home stand on Sunday, June 22.

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