Door County League Scoreboard

League leading Egg Harbor(11-1) clinched at least a share of the Door County Baseball League title with a win over Maplewood(2-10) Sunday afternoon 14 – 6. The Indians pounded out 17 hits in the win, led by Rob Schartner who hit for the cycle & was 4 for 5 on the day with 5 RBI. Tom Schmidt, Eric DeJardine & Jason Fuller all had 3 hits for Egg Harbor, DeJardine & Schartenr also had solo homeruns. Riley Spetz gets the win for Egg Harbor, he improves to (10-0), Jason Shimon took the loss for the Mets.

Sister Bay(9-3) escaped with a 5-4 win over Institute(3-9) with a walk off single in the bottom of the 9th inning. Institute led most of the afternoon, but the Bays chipped away & tied the game at 4 in the 6th on a Dusty Johnson homerun. In the 9th it was a base hit by Tom Sawyer, who then stole second base & scored on a base hit by Al Higgenbotham for the walk off win. Justin Hartel went the distance for the Bays, he improves to (4-0) on the season, Kyle Volkman pitched the complete game for the loss for the Cubs. Sister Bay was led by Tom Sawyer who had 2 hits, 3 runs scored & a 2 run homerun, James Larsen & Adam Biwer had two hits each for Sister Bay.

West Jacksonport(5-7) topped Washington Island(6-6) 4-3 Sunday. Woody Schartner held the Island to only 3 hits in the complete game win. Neither team had a player with more than 1 hit. Derek Flok scored the Ports winning run in the 7th inning on a fielders choice.

Kolberg(8-4) pounded Baileys Harbor(4-8) 21-5. Jesse Miller led the way for the Braves with 2 homeruns & a double, Travis LeRoy had 3 hits & 3 RBI, Chris Wery, Derek Ray & Rob Ray all had 3 hits. Baileys Harbor led 2-0 after the first with back to back homeruns to start the game from Austin Rohe & Brett Anschutz, but Kolberg got 6 in the 2nd & 7 in the 3rd to pull away. Paul Nelson, Sawyer Johnson & Derek Niedzwiecki all had 3 hits for the A’s, Tyler Dantoin added two hits including his first DCL hit.

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