Door County League Scoreboard

Robbie Schartner threw a complete game, holding Washington Island to just 3 runs as Egg Harbor advanced to the Door County Baseball League’s playoff championship game on Sunday. The Indians topped the Islanders 9-3. Schartner also contributed 3 hits to the cause. Egg Harbor scored 3 in the first inning and never trailed. A big blow in that opening frame was a 2 run homer by Eric DeJardine, he had 2 hits, including a double. Egg Harbor led 7-0 after 4 innings. Other leading hitters included Cory Fuller who had 2 hits, one of which was a solo home run in the 4th inning while Matt Ash and Robbie Schartner had 3 each and Woody Schartner and Joe Sawyer had 2 each.

Mike Jorgenson had a double and single and Matt Foss 2 singles to lead the Islanders.

At Kolberg, the home team held a 7-4 lead after 6 innings, but their bull pen failed and Sister Bay scored 3 runs in each of the last 3 innings to win 13-9. Justin Hartel and Tucker Emerson hit home runs in those innings, for Hartel it was his second of the game. He had 5 runs batted in with the 2 round trippers. Hartel also scored 3 runs in the game with 4 hits. Jon Woerfel had 3 hits while Emerson and Andy Kaczmarek had 2 each. Sam Forkert earned the win in relief of Will Hendriksen, he came on in the 5th with a run in, a man on and one out. He then struck out the next 2 batters to get out of the inning and in all he struck out 9 in 4 and 2/3 innings.

The game ended on a double play as Kolberg looked like they were starting a rally, a walk a base hit, then a strike out followed by the 6-4-3 double play.

Next Sunday will be the final game of the playoffs with trophy presentation following the game, batting champion Riley Spetz of Egg Harbor, manager of the year Clark Erickson of Sister Bay and pitcher of the year Robbie Schartner of Egg Harbor.

The team trophies, the Leon Schram memorial, the Jeff DeJardine memorial and the Fritz Woldt memorial will be presented to the regular season and the playoff winners.


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