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Published On: June 19th, 2010

Tonight came to a close with the addition of two losses to the Bucks record.  The Bucks fell to the Woodchucks in the first game 6-5 after two extra innings.  Starting off strong, the Bucks’ bats rattled pushing them around the bases in the bottom of the fourth for a rally inning scoring four runs.  Jake Astor, Brandon Williams, Landon Anderson, and Tyler Robbins all had hits.  Ryan Rieger had his first homerun for the season, bringing in two runs.

The Bucks held the Woodchucks scoreless until the sixth inning, giving up one run but still keeping a four point lead.  In the top of the seventh, Woodchucks came back to tie up the game forcing the Bucks into two extra innings before the Woodchucks broke away with the winning run.

On the mound tonight, Bucks cycled through five picthers, Scott Lieser, Will Strack, Matt Grobowski, Luke Putz, and Billy Barrett.  Putz was credited with the loss and Wisconsin’s Anthony Drobnick was credited with the win.

In game two, Woodchucks took the victory 3-0.  The Bucks struggled at the plate only getting four hits and remaining scoreless.  Jeremy Lucas and Landon Anderson lead the team pounding out a double each.  Other Bucks with hits were Phil Keppler and Nick Anderson.

Bucks defense kept the Woodchucks to six hits, but allowed three runs to score. The games only error was on 2B Ellis Lowe.

Starting pitcher Zach Cooper was credited with the loss and Wisconsin’s Jayson McClaren was credited with the win.