Egg Harbor Remains In First

Egg Harbor sits atop the Door County League standings with one game to play.  Egg Harbor beat Kolberg Sunday, 7-4.  The Indians (11-2) tied the game at one in the second inning and then scored four times in the third to take the lead for good.  Eric DeJardine hit a two-run homer in the win.  He finished with three hits and was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle.  Dave Jilot (8-2) pitched into the sixth and picked up the win.  Riley Spetz worked the ninth for the save.  Jeff Sperber hit a two-run homer and Derek Ray had two hits to lead Kolberg (7-6).  Austin Rohe (1-4) pitched the first four innings for the Braves and took the loss.

Sister Bay beat Washington Island, 5-3.  Sister Bay (9-4) never trailed in the contest, scoring once in the second and three times in the third.  Justin Hartel had three hits and drove in two runs to lead Sister Bay.  Tucker Emerson had a pair of hits and Stuart Larsen scored two runs.  Wil Henriksen (7-4) pitched the first seven for the win.  Sam Forkert, fresh off a Northwoods League Championship, pitched the final two innings for the save.  Caleb Cornell had two hits and Con McDonald drove in two runs for Washington Island (6-7).  Troy Jorgenson (6-5) pitched the first seven innings and took the loss.

Maplewood beat Baileys Harbor, 18-5.  The Mets (4-10) lead 11-0 after five innings.  Jason Shimon had four hits and Mickey Le had three hits and drove in two.  Jordan Olson, Cliff Goodacre and Calvin Falk all had two hits.  Falk (3-4) pitched the first seven for the win.  Joey Feurst had three hits and Sawyer Johnson and Tyler Dantoin each added two for Baileys Harbor (1-13).  Sam Ausloos (1-3) pitched the first four innings and took the loss.

Standings:
Egg Harbor 11-2
West Jacksonport 11-3
Sister Bay 9-4
Kolberg 7-6
Washington Island 6-7
* Institute 5-9
* Maplewood 4-10
* Baileys Harbor 1-13
(*Eliminated from playoff consideration)

Sunday, August 25th (1:30 PM):
Sister Bay at Egg Harbor
Washington Island at Kolberg

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