Ports Move Into A Tie For Second

West Jacksonport sent ten men to the plate in the fifth inning and scored six runs to beat Kolberg, 6-1.  Ryan Tanck hit a three-run double and Tanner Biwer added a two-run single in the West Jacksonport (6-3) outburst.  Biwer and Woody Schartner both had two hits in the win.  Schartner gave up a run in the first and scattered five hits.  Schartner (5-2) went all nine for the win.  Travis LeRoy had three hits, including a double, and he scored the lone run for Kolberg (6-3).  Austin Rohe (1-1) pitched the first six innings and took the loss.

Sister Bay slipped by Maplewood, 2-1.  Sister Bay (6-3) scored both of their runs on a seventh inning double by Dusty Johnson.  That was just one of three hits for Sister Bay.  Wil Henriksen (4-3) went the distance for the win.  Maplewood (2-7) scratched out a run in the eighth and had the tying run on in the ninth, but could not come up with the big hit.  The Mets stranded 15 runners Sunday.  John Price had three hits and Chad LaLuzerne and Calvin Falk each added two.  Falk (2-2) gave up two runs on just three hits in nine innings but was saddled with the loss.

Washington Island beat Baileys Harbor, 8-1.  Craig Gunnlaugsson hit a three-run homer for Washington Island (5-4).  Ray McDonald had three hits in the win while Troy Jorgenson and Josh Mann each added two.  Joe Cornell and Oliver Hansen each had their first Door County League hit in the win.  Hansen’s drove in two runs.  Jorgenson (5-2) went the first eight for the win.  Brett Anschutz had two of the five hits that Baileys Harbor (0-9) had on the day.  Anschutz (0-9) pitched the first six innings and took the loss.

Standings:
Egg Harbor 8-1
Kolberg 6-3
Sister Bay 6-3
West Jacksonport 6-3
Washington Island 5-4
Institute 3-6
Maplewood 2-7
Baileys Harbor 0-9

Sunday, July 21st:
Institute at Sister Bay
West Jacksonport at Washington Island
Kolberg at Baileys Harbor
Egg Harbor at Maplewood
(All games begin at 1:30 PM)

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