Green Bay Storm Can’t Quite Erase 5-Run Deficit In Loss To Menasha Macs

The Green Bay Storm‘s effort to come back from down five runs in the eighth inning came up just short, as they fell 5-3 to the Menasha Macs on Thursday. Green Bay scored three runs in the failed comeback on a sacrifice fly by Michael Larsen, a double by Tyler Brown, and a groundout by Brett Reinhart.

Brian Brown earned the victory on the mound for Menasha. He surrendered three runs on six hits over seven and a third innings, striking out nine and walking one. Hunter Barber and Mack Blashkaentered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Barber recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Menasha.

Brad Szymusiak took the loss for Green Bay. He surrendered five runs on four hits over two innings, striking out two.

Bryce Braspennickx started the game for Green Bay. He went six innings, allowing zero runs on three hits and striking out three

Green Bay totaled seven hits. Carson Jacques and Max Vanboxel all managed multiple hits for the StormVanboxel and Jacques each collected two hits to lead Green Bay.

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Appleton Legends Claims Blow-Out Victory Over Green Bay Storm, 12-2

The Appleton Legends blew out the Green Bay Storm 12-2 on Tuesday.

In the first inning, Appleton got their offense started. Tony Krueger homered on a 2-0 count, scoring two runs.

Appleton scored six runs in the fourth inning. The rally was led by singles by KruegerRyan Brouch, and Bryce Cross and a walk by Aaron Moody.

Jason Malkowski led the Appleton to victory on the mound. He went four innings, allowing one run on three hits, striking out four and walking one. Evan Sankey threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Zach Watzka took the loss for Green Bay. He surrendered ten runs on eight hits over three and a third innings, striking out three.

Appleton socked two home runs on the day. Krueger went for the long ball in the first inning. Trent Whitcomb put one out in the seventh inning.

The Legends tallied ten hits. KruegerBrouch, and Cross each managed multiple hits for AppletonKrueger went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Appleton in hits.

Marcus Rauschenbach led Green Bay with two hits in three at bats.

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Appleton Legends Clinches Lead In Sixth Inning For Victory Over Menasha Macs

Appleton Legends nabbed the lead late in the game in a 4-1 victory over Menasha Macs on Thursday. The game was tied at one with Appleton Legends batting in the bottom of the sixth when Matt Baehmansingled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

Menasha Macs opened up scoring in the second inning, when Drew Johnson hit a solo homer.

Appleton Legends evened things up at one in the bottom of the fourth inning. Isaac Gerhardt drove in one when he singled.

Appleton Legends pulled away for good with one run in the sixth inning.

BJ Chase pitched Appleton Legends to victory. He went four innings, allowing zero runs on zero hits and striking out two. Evan Sankey threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Nick Guzzo took the loss for Menasha Macs. He surrendered one run on two hits over two and a third innings, striking out one and walking one.

Tim Harikkala started the game for Appleton Legends. He lasted two innings, allowing two hits and one run while striking out one and walking one Brice Swick started the game for Menasha Macs. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while walking one

Appleton Legends had seven hits in the game. Baehman and Bryce Cross all managed multiple hits for Appleton LegendsBaehman led Appleton Legends with three hits in five at bats.

Peyton Jack went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Menasha Macs in hits.

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Green Bay Storm Drops Game To Sheboygan A’s After Late Score

Green Bay Storm stayed in it until the end, but Sheboygan A’s pulled away late in a 5-4 victory on Thursday. The game was tied at four with Sheboygan A’s batting in the top of the eleventh when an error scored one run for Sheboygan A’s.

Green Bay Storm lost despite out-hitting Sheboygan A’s eight to six.

In the first inning, Sheboygan A’s got their offense started. Logan Vietmeier grounded out, scoring one run.

Green Bay Storm knotted the game up at four in the bottom of the ninth inning. Green Bay Storm scored one run when Marcus Rauschenbach singled.

Green Bay Storm scored three runs in the seventh inning. The rally was led by a groundout by Tyler Brown, an error on a ball put in play by Max Vanboxel, and a double by Zach Watzka.

Ryan Fields earned the victory on the pitcher’s mound for Sheboygan A’s. He allowed five hits and zero runs over three innings, striking out five. Chris Madison threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Cam Crawford took the loss for Green Bay Storm. He allowed one hit and one run over one inning, striking out one and walking zero.

Watzka started the game for Green Bay Storm. He went six innings, allowing three runs on three hits, striking out seven and walking one Eric Schmitz started the game for Sheboygan A’s. He allowed one hit and zero runs over six innings, striking out five and walking one

Green Bay Storm racked up eight hits in the game. Hunter Larson and Rauschenbach all managed multiple hits for Green Bay StormRauschenbach and Larson each collected two hits to lead Green Bay Storm.

Josh Gates led Sheboygan A’s with two hits in four at bats.

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Sheboygan A’s Fights Back In Loss To Appleton Legends

Despite a 7-run deficit in the fifth inning, Sheboygan A’s almost came all the way back, eventually falling 10-9 to Appleton Legends on Wednesday. Sheboygan A’s put up five runs in the failed comeback. Logan VietmeierRyan FieldsJJ ZywicielMark Wanner, and Harry Steldt came through with RBIs to lead the rally.

Sheboygan A’s was right in it until Appleton Legends singled in the ninth inning.

Appleton Legends opened up scoring in the second inning. Isaac Gerhardt grounded out, scoring one run.

In the bottom of the eighth inning, Sheboygan A’s tied things up at nine. Sheboygan A’s scored one run on a stolen base.

Sheboygan A’s scored three runs in the fifth inning. Sheboygan A’s ‘s big inning was driven by a single by Fields and by Vietmeier.

Appleton Legends scored seven runs in the fifth inning. The offensive firepower by Appleton Legends was led by Carl ValkTony KruegerAaron MoodyGerhardtCourtney Watkins, and Jaxon Spiegelberg, all driving in runs in the inning.

#16 was credited with the victory for Appleton Legends. He surrendered four runs on three hits over four innings, striking out six. Jake Stern threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Taylor Schwarz led things off on the hill for Sheboygan A’s. He surrendered nine runs on six hits over four and two-thirds innings. Jacob Bonin threw four and a third innings out of the bullpen.

Jason Malkowski started the game for Appleton Legends. He lasted four innings, allowing four hits and two runs while striking out three

Sheboygan A’s racked up eight hits on the day. Jake Falish and Ross Krist all managed multiple hits for Sheboygan A’sKrist and Falish each collected two hits to lead Sheboygan A’s.

Appleton Legends totaled 11 hits in the game. Krueger and Gerhardt all collected multiple hits for Appleton LegendsKrueger went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Appleton Legends in hits.

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