Stingers Winning Streak Ends

Willmar, Minn.—The Stingers winning streak ends with a loss to the La Crosse Loggers. Willmar’s home stand will end tomorrow after one game against the Mankato Moondogs.

Bradley Kinsey (Pittsburg State) made the start for the Stingers. Kinsey completed five innings giving up three runs, but only one of them earned. He gave up for hits, walked four and struck out one.

The La Crosse Loggers scored first in the fourth inning. Three runs came around and scored off two hits. Errors were the killer in tonight’s game. The Stingers committed three errors in the fourth which allowed the runs. 3-0 Loggers.

Noah Haupt (New Mexico State) drove in John Trousdale in the bottom half of the fourth. That would be the lone run the Stingers would score. 3-1 Loggers.

Augie Sylk (Southern California) made his first appearance in relief for the Stingers. He got Willmar through a clean sixth inning. Austin Reich (Northwestern State) pitched the last three innings for the Stingers. He was lights out allowing one hit and striking out six. But the Stingers fell to the Loggers with a final score of 3-1.