The 2014 Door County League season opened Sunday and all four home teams picked up wins.
Sister Bay beat West Jacksonport, 8-2. The Bays scored twice in the first inning and never trailed. Winning pitcher Sam Forkert (1-0) went the first six innings and added two hits. Stuart Larsen had three hits and Dusty Johnson added a two-run double for Sister Bay, who scored five times in the bottom of the fourth. Nick Johnson had two of the Ports six hits. Woody Schartner (0-1) pitched into the fourth and took the loss.
Kolberg beat Maplewood, 8-2. Chris Wery had two hits including a two-run homer and Derek Raye added two hits for the Braves. Jospeh Omilinsky (1-0) went the first eight innings for the win. Losing pitcher Calvin Falk (0-1) worked the first seven. The Mets had no one with more than one hit.
Egg Harbor beat Baileys Harbor, 9-5. Egg Harbor scored once in the first and never trailed. The Indians tacked on three in the second, two in the fourth and two in the fifth. Baileys Harbor had the bases loaded in the top of the ninth, but Robbie Schartner worked out of the jam. Dave Jilot (1-0) pitched the first five for the win. Schartner (two doubles), Jilot, Eric DeJardine, and Jason Fuller all had two hits for Egg Harbor. Aaron Geitner had a double and reached base four times and Sam Ausloos was on base five times. Ausloos (0-1) pitched into the third and took the loss.
Institute beat Washington Island in 11 innings, 5-4. Tied at two after the ninth, both teams scored twice in the tenth before Aaron Ash’s bases loaded suicide squeeze in the bottom of the eleventh. Ash had three hits and Kyle Volkmann and Josh Paul both had two hits for the Cubs. Paul (1-0) picked up the win in relief. Craig Gunnlaugsson had three hits to lead the Islanders. Mark Woerfel (0-1) took the in loss in relief of Troy Jorgenson.
Egg Harbor 1-0
Sister Bay 1-0
Baileys Harbor 0-1
Washington Island 0-1
West Jacksonport 0-1
Sunday, May 18th (All games at 1:30):
Institute at Egg Harbor
Kolberg at West Jacksonport
Sister Bay at Maplewood
Baileys Harbor at Washington Island