Riley Cordier tossed a no-hitter as the Sturgeon Bay Legion team beat Denmark Wednesday night at Memorial Field, 2-1. Cordier had 15 strikeouts and walked only one as the Bays improved to 8-1 in league play and 10-3 overall.
Despite not having a hit, Denmark led 1-0 after an error, a sacrifice bunt and a wild pitch in the top of the sixth. Sturgeon Bay would rally in the bottom half of the frame. Keith Lehmann drew a lead-off walk and went to second on a sacrifice bunt. Lehmann scored the tying run on Lucas Stephenson’s single. Stephenson then stole second and scored on an error on a fly ball to right. Stephenson’s hit was the only one by either team.
Sturgeon Bay is now off until Tuesday (7/8/14) when they host Manitowoc at 8 PM. That will be the Bays last home game until the regional tournament.
Kewaunee County swept a doubleheader with Northern Door at Casco Wednesday night.
The Lakers won game one by a score of 9-3. Logan Brusky went all seven for the win. Caleb Willems had a big game at the plate as he homered and doubled twice. Willems drove in four runs. Jake Thyes also homered for Kewaunee County. Nick Kita homered for Northern Door. Quinn Schram and Jim McInerney both were 2-for-3 for the Chiefs.
Kewaunee County won game two, 10-2. Caleb Willems went the distance for the win. He struck out seven. Sam Kohnle was 2-for-4 for the Lakers and Blake Ravet was 2-for-3. Matt Hecht homered in the loss. Nick Kita had a double and David Omlinski was 3-for-3.
Northern Door is off until Thursday (7/10/14) when they will host Wrightstown at 5:30 PM and Sturgeon Bay at 8 PM. Kewaunee County will return to action Monday (7/7/14) when they host Sheboygan at 8 PM.