A squeeze bunt in the seventh inning led to the lone run in Kewaskum’s 1-0 win over Sheboygan Falls Tuesday night.
After Garrett Yahr singled and Tony Gonring was hit by a pitch, Corey Burdick sacrificed the runners to second and third, setting the stage for Austin Goeden’s squeeze.
The loss was Falls’ first of the year. The Falcons are now 11-1, 6-1 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference. Kewaskum improved to 9-1, 6-0.
Falls got two runners on in the bottom of the seventh, but Bobby Musil popped out to end the threat.
Cole Heili took the loss, striking out nine in a complete-game effort. He also added one of Falls’ four hits at the plate.
Brad Boegel got the win, posting 11 strikeouts over seven innings of work.
Kiel 4-5, Two Rivers 3-6
Kiel staved off a comeback in Game 1 to keep a 4-3 win, but gave up a 6-5 decision in Game 2.
Kiel (2-9, 1-6 EWC) led 2-0 after five innings of the first game. But Two Rivers (4-4, 2-4) used a three-run sixth to jump ahead. Kiel got two more runs in the seventh to save the win.
Nathan Pieper had two RBI on one hit in Game 1 for Kiel. Brad Jaeger had a hit for an RBI, and two other Kiel batters — Jordan Meyer and Terren Driscoll — each had a hit.
Tyler Konz collected his second win of the season after pitching all seven innings. He gave up nine hits and two earned runs on a five-strikeout effort.
Kiel jumped ahead in the second game, but got buried by Two Rivers’ six-run avalanche in the fourth inning. Kiel crept back with three more runs later in the game, but couldn’t catch up.
Jaeger, Konz, Tim Beltram and David Esswein each had a hit for Kiel.
Nathan Pieper pitched the loss in 3.1 innings on the mound. He allowed three hits, four runs (all earned) and threw a pair of strikeouts.
New Holstein 8, Campbellsport 5
Dominic Probst picked up the win on five innings pitching with four hits and two strikeouts.
The Huskies jumped to a 6-0 lead after four innings. Two fielding errors led to five unearned runs New Holstein runs in the fourth.
Campbellsport scored four runs in the top of the sixth and one more in the seventh, but New Holstein held off the comeback.
New Holstein’s Ross Klapperich finished 2-for-3 at the plate.
Campbellsport’s James Hughes was 3-for-4, and Dustin Salter was 2-for-4.
Elkhart Lake 7-17, Random Lake 6-10
In Game 1, Random led 6-4 entering the seventh inning before Elkhart rallied for the Central Lakeshore Conference win Monday.
Taylor Kaboord had two hits to lead the Resorters offensively.
Logan Armstrong finished 3-for-3 to pace the Rams.
In the nightcap, Kyle Rentmeester went 2-for-4 with four RBI, including a two-run home run in the fourth inning for Elkhart.
Ollie Sadiq got the win, striking out 11 in a complete-game effort.
Random’s Reed Anklam took the loss while going 4-for-4 from the plate.
Elkhart hosts Howards Grove today.