Tuesday Recap: Wins For The Home Teams

The De Pere Dodgers tried to come back in the ninth, but the A’s managed to still walk away with the victory, while the Kings took the lead late in the game to beat the Nationals.

SHEBOYGAN A’S 5, DE PERE DODGERS 2

SHEBOYGAN, WI – The Sheboygan A’s controlled Tuesday night’s game, keeping the Dodgers from scoring until the ninth inning.

The lack of runs and four errors held De Pere back from taking the game.

Sheboygan managed to score two in the third, as well as one in the fourth, sixth and seventh for a total of five runs.

The two runs in the third inning came from a two-run home run to left field from Josh Moses.

The Dodgers tried to come back in the ninth scoring two runs and loading the bases, but John VanderPloeg of the A’s induced a ground ball that ended the game for the Dodgers.

KENOSHA KINGS 3, WEST ALLIS NATIONALS 1

KENOSHA, WI – The comeback kings, Kenosha, took the lead in the sixth to beat the West Allis Nationals 3-1 on Tuesday.

West Allis took the lead in the third with a line drive double to left field from Johnny Keane, scoring one run.

That’s where West Allis’ luck runs out.

Kenosha came back to tie West Allis 1-1 on an RBI double from Mike Aiello.

The Kings took the lead for good in the six with two runs in the six Mark Cibrario singled to score one run and Mike Aiello groundout, but managed to bring a run in.

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