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Published On: July 5th, 2014

After taking game one of the double header in exciting fashion on Friday night, the Bucks could not hang on for the sweep, losing game two 5-3. 

A four run fifth inning for Rochester was the difference maker, providing a lead to large for Waterloo to overcome. The Bucks rallied in the sixth scoring with two outs and cutting the deficit to two. The score would stand, though, and the Bucks would not get any closer. 

Tim Shannon had a rough outting, giving up five runs over five innings of work. He was credited with the loss. Rochester starter Will Bamesberger took the win, giving up two earned runs over five innings. LJ Brewster was credited with the save for Rochester, as well. 

The two teams faceoff again on Saturday in Rochester, as the Scheels Highway 63 Cup rolls on. The Bucks currently lead the season series 3-2.