Fog Suspends Woodchucks-Chinooks Series Finale

Game Will Resume as Part of Double-Header Monday

MEQUON, Wis – With the score tied at 1-1 after four complete innings at Kapco Park, Friday night’s contest between the Wausau Woodchucks and Lakeshore Chinooks was suspended due to dense fog.

The game will be made up in Wausau Monday night at 5:05 p.m. central, with the Woodchucks at the plate with the bases empty and no outs in the top of the fifth. That game will last nine innings, and game two will be seven innings thirty minutes after the ending.

In the third inning, the Woodchucks scored on an RBI double by Chase Hug (Evansville). His slicing line drive to left field plated Camden Janik (Illinois), who played in his final game of the summer Friday.

The Chinooks tied the game in the fourth inning, but Nate Madej (Florida Southern) limited damage by inducing a double play with the bases loaded. Madej struck out three but walked six in his final outing of the summer.


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The Woodchucks return to Wausau for a 4 and a half-game homestand starting tomorrow — Saturday, August 6 where they’ll take on the Fond Du Lac Dock Spiders for two games and then the Chinooks for three games. Saturday is Crystal Finishing Systems and JDRF night. There will be post-game fireworks after Saturday’s game presented by Crystal Finishing Systems. Buy tickets here: