Raiders dominate Huskies

Raiders dominate Huskies

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Raiders dominate Huskies

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Cameron Greene and Brock Gospodarek each had three RBI as the Two Rivers baseball team dominated New Holstein 15-5 at home on Friday in five innings.

Greene went 3-for-4 with a triple and a home run while Gospodarek was 2-for-3 to lead a potent Raiders offense, which had every starter tally at least one hit.

Bo Skornicka (2-for-4) had the other extra-base hit for Two Rivers (8-10, 6-10), smacking a double while having two RBI of his own.

Brett Kasper held the Huskies (5-16, 4-12) in check most of the game, allowing five runs — three earned — on 10 hits and four strikeouts while his offense provided more than enough run support.

Two Rivers travels on Tuesday to take on Plymouth.

Kewaskum 14, Kiel 1 (5)

The Raiders were taken down in five innings as the host Indians erupted for seven runs in the first two innings before adding seven more in the fourth.

Jordan Meyer started and took the loss for Kiel (4-15, 3-12), allowing five runs — none earned — in his only inning on two hits as the Raiders committed four errors in the first.

Jacob Winkel (1-for-2) had Kiel’s lone RBI, a single in the first which drove home David Esswein who earned a lead-off walk.

Kiel hosts West Bend East today.

Late Thursday GB Blue Jays 9, Man. Legion 4

Manitowoc fell behind 6-0 after the second inning, and despite cutting the lead in half in the third inning, host Green Bay held on.

Jordan Witczak took the loss for Manitowoc (6-7), lasting 5 2/3 innings while allowing eight runs — all earned — on 11 hits with three walks and strikeouts each.

Cole Wimmer (1-for-3) provided a spark in the third, hitting a two-RBI single but the Blue Jays would tack on three more runs in the sixth to put the game away.

Manitowoc takes on host Sheboygan today.

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