After losing yesterday, the Bucks bounced back to win 10-4 on 14 hits.
Waterloo jumped out to an early lead with a three-run homer from Blake Doremus in the second. Jalen Smith added a run on a RBI double. Willmar made it 4-1 with a wild pitch from Ben Olson.
The Bucks got that run back with a Brett McCleary double that scored Tristan Peterson. With the score 5-1, Willmar catcher Chase Stanke drove in a run on a ground out to make it 5-2, Waterloo.
Peyton Williams drove in a run for the Bucks on a single to put Waterloo up 6-2. The Stingers would get a run in the sixth to narrow the gap to three.
Waterloo would add four in the ninth to only one for Willmar and the Bucks won 10-4 to take first in the Minnesota-Iowa Pod.
Ben Olson earned the win for Waterloo with six innings and two runs. Jack Zigan took the loss for Willmar.
The Bucks take on the Rochester Honkers tomorrow at 6:35 p.m. from Cost Cutters Field at Riverfront Stadium.