Sunday Recap: Illinois Teams Walk Away With The Wins

Lombard took home another two wins on Sunday for a successful undefeated weekend against De Pere, while Addison handed Oshkosh two losses in return for the two received Saturday to split the weekend.

ADDISON BRAVES 2, 10, OSHKOSH GIANTS 1, 0

ADDISON, IL – Addison may have lost twice on Saturday to Oshkosh, but the Braves sought revenge and took home two wins Sunday.

Game one seemed to favor Oshkosh, who had six hits and no errors, while the Braves had four hits and one error.

Tied at 1-1, the game looked to go either way.

That’s when Addison struck.

The Braves took the lead for good thanks to an RBI single from Ryan Kocher in the bottom of the sixth.

Game two continued in favorable fashion of the Braves.

The Braves went on to score 10 runs, while Oshkosh was unable to score.

Not letting up from last game’s win the Braves scored five runs in the first inning alone.

Luke Lucchetti led the Braves driving in four runs, on a home run in the first and a single in the fourth.

Rostine allowed just two hits.

LOMBARD ORIOLES 12, 2, De Pere Dodgers 1, 0

LOMBARD, IL – Lombard kept the wins rolling, taking home another two against the De Pere Dodgers.

De Pere tried to take the lead in the top of the third with one run, but Lombard responded with six of their own.

Shawn Dunn and Carson Bartels each singled scoring one and two runs respectively, while Tyler Ward doubled driving in three runs to give the Orioles the 6-1 lead in the bottom of the third.

The Dodgers could not recover and ended up losing 12-0 to the Orioles.

With game one carrying a big score differential, the Dodgers tried to stick around in game two.

Sadly, three errors were tough to overcome. The Dodgers managed four hits but were unable to capitalize on any.

The Dodgers did hold the Orioles to only two runs, one in the third and one in the fifth.

Jack Snider earned the win for Lombard pitching two innings and giving up just one hit.

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