First Place Tie In The Door County League

Egg Harbor handed Sister Bay their first loss of the season Sunday, as the Indians picked up a 6-4 win.  Egg Harbor scored twice in the  first and then added a single run in four of the next five innings.  Both Egg Harbor and Sister Bay are 5-1 and tied for first in the Door County League.  Eric DeJardine had two hits for Egg Harbor.  DeJardine hit a two-run homer in the first and Jake Junion added a solo homer in the third.  Riley Spetz (5-0) went all nine for the win.  Andy Woerfel (1-1) took the loss for Sister Bay.  Tom Sawyer had two hits in the loss.

Baileys Harbor slipped by West Jacksonport, 4-3.  The A’s (1-5) led 4-1 after two innings and held off the Ports for their first win of the season.  Paul Nelson had three hits for Baileys Harbor and Griffin Cole added two, including a two-run homer.  Brett Anschutz (1-2) went all nine, striking out 13.  Ryan Tanck had a pair of hits and Cole Biwer hit a solo homer for West Jacksonport (2-4).  Woody Schartner (1-3) took the loss.

Washington Island put on another offense display as they won at Kolberg, 22-15.  The Islanders (4-2) led 10-7 after four innings and that’s as close as the game would get.  Washington Island pounded out 21 hits, six of which were homers.  Troy Jorgenson, Aaron Delorit and Craig Gunnlaugsson all hit two homers.  Jorgenson was 5-for-6 and drove in eight runs.  Matt Foss had four htis and Caleb Cornell and Delorit each had three.  Jorgenson (2-1) came on in the fourth and picked up the win.  The Braves (3-3) had 20 hits in the loss.  Rob Ray hit two homers, and Jeff Sperber and Travis LeRoy each hit solo shots.  Sperber, Bob Tenor and Greg Klaubauf all had three hits.  Justin Alexander (2-1) took the loss as he lasted just an inning and two-thirds.

And Friday night, Maplewood beat Institute, 10-8.  The Mets (2-4) scored three times in the fourth to take the lead for good.  John Price had four hits for Maplewood and Mark Villers and Travis Price each added three.  Kyle Ploor (2-4) pitched into the ninth for the win.  Jordan Olson extinguished an Institute rally for his first save.  Aaron Ash and Cody Giesseman each had three hits for Institute (2-4) and Kirk Schleicher homered.  Kyle Volkman (1-3) took the loss.

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