Waterloo Routs St. Cloud

When it rains, it pours. Tonight in Waterloo, even with a rain delay, the Bucks punched home a season-high 15 runs on 20 hits to win 15-1 against the St. Cloud Rox.

The Bucks scored in every inning, starting with an RBI groundout from Patrick Ferguson. Waterloo would take a 4-0 lead into the fourth when Nate Rombach would put one on the board for St. Cloud with a solo homer to center, making it 4-1. Waterloo had more in the tank as they would score 11 unanswered runs.

Every player in the starting lineup reached base multiple times and eight of the nine had multiple hits. Beau Balado earned the win for Waterloo with an inning and two-thirds out of the bullpen. Rox starter Trent Schoeberl took the loss with an earned run in an inning and a third.

The Bucks are off the next two days before they head back to Franklin Rogers Park for a game against the Mankato MoonDogs on Friday.