Sister Bay doubled up Washington Island, 12-6. Sister Bay (6-3) snapped a three game losing streak and is now all alone in second place. Sister Bay led 6-0 after five innings, but Washington Island tied the game with a six-run sixth. Sister Bay then scored six times in the eighth for the win. Tom Sawyer had four hits and drove in four runs and Justin Hartel had three hits including a solo homer. Hartel (1-0) pitched the first eight innings for the win. Aaron Delorit had two hits and Craig Gunnlaugsson hit a three-run homer for Washington Island (5-4). Troy Jorgenson (3-2) took the loss in relief of Mark Woerfel.
Egg Harbor won their eighth straight as they won at Kolberg, 15-6. The Indians (8-1) led 11-2 after four innings and were never really threatened. Eric DeJardine had three hits and drove in four. DeJardine homered twice. Jason Fuller added three hits and Matt Ash hit a solo homer. Riley Spetz (8-0) went the first seven for the win. Travis LeRoy and Derek Raye both had two hits for Kolberg (5-4). Joseph Omilinsky (1-1) took the loss as he gave up nine runs in three innings.
Baileys Harbor won their fourth straight by beating Maplewood, 20-8. Baileys Harbor (4-5) scored eight times in the fourth to snap a 6-6 tie. Nick Kita and Will Gonzalez each had three hits and both hit solo homers. Brett Anschutz (4-2) pitched the first six for the win. Adam Schubert and John Price each had two hits for Maplewood (2-7). Price hit a solo homer. Kyle Ploor (2-3) went the first four and took the loss.
West Jacksonport beat Institute, 13-10. Ryan and Drew Tanck and Steve Jilot all had three hits to lead West Jacksonport (4-5). Woody Schartner (3-4) pitched the final five and a third for the win. Danny Allen had three hits to lead Institute (2-7). Josh Paul (1-2) took the loss in relief.