Sister Bay improves to 3-0 as they beat West Jacksonport Sunday, 10-9. Justin Hartel’s three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth gave acting manager Jason Bauldry his first win. Hartel had a pair of hits and Stewart Larsen went 4-for-6 with two doubles, as Sister Bay rallied from deficits of 4-0, 7-4 and 8-7. Andy Woerfel (1-0) pitched the final two innings for the win. Woody Schartner (1-1) took the loss as he and two other West Jacksonport pitchers combined to walk 15 batters. Steve Jilot and Cole Biwer each had two hits and Alex Larsen and Derrick Flok both hit solo homers as West Jacksonport drops to 2-1.
Institute is in a three-way tied for second at 2-1 as they edged Washington Island, 6-5. Lance Jennerjohn’s run scoring hit in the bottom of the tenth was the game winner. Winning pitcher Josh Paul (1-0) started the Cubs tenth with his third hit of the game. Paul pitched the final three innings. Jennerjohn, Jason Annis, Aaron Ash and Danny Allen all had two hits. Troy Jorgenson (0-1) came out of the Washington Island bullpen in the eighth and took the loss. Jorgenson homered for the Islanders, who had leads of 3-1 and 5-4. Washington Island is now 1-2.
Egg Harbor is tied with Institute and West Jacksonport for second in the DCL, as they pounded Baileys Harbor, 16-3. The Indians had a 6-0 lead after two innings and were never threatened. Brian Crook was 4-for-6 with a homer, a double and he drove in three runs. Jake Junion had three hits for Egg Harbor (2-1), while Matt Ash, Joe Sawyer, Eric DeJardine and Riley Spetz all added two hits. Spetz (2-0) pitched the first seven innings for the win. Brett Anschutz had three hits, including a double and a homer, as Baileys Harbor falls to 0-3. Aaron Geitner had two hits, including a homer and Pete Berns also had two hits. Geitner (0-1) took the loss as he gave up 15 of Egg Harbor’s 16 runs.
Kolberg beat Maplewood Monday, 23-9. Leading 7-5, Kolberg sent 21 batters to the plate in the bottom of the seventh, scoring 16 runs. The Braves hit five of their nine home runs in that frame. Travis Leroy had four hits in the win, two of which were home runs. Bob Tenor also homered twice and Jeff Sperber, Jesse Miller, Chris Wery, Rob Raye and Dylan Welch also went deep. Justin Alexander (1-0) pitched the first seven innings for the win. Kolberg improves to 1-2. Travis Price and Mark Villers homered for Maplewood, who drops to 1-2. Kyle Ploor (1-2) pitched the first five innings for the Mets and was saddled with the loss.