The Two Rivers baseball team dropped both games of the doubleheader on Tuesday against visiting Plymouth, losing Game 1 2-1 and Game 2 8-4.
The Panthers pitching staff kept the Raiders in check, with Two Rivers getting just two including a triple in the fourth inning by Bo Skornicka who went 1-for-3. The Raiders would eventually score its lone run on a fielding error in the inning.
Brett Kasper took the loss for Two Rivers, going all seven innings allowing two runs — both earned — on eight hits with three strikeouts and two walks.
The Raiders were able to get things going offensively late in Game 2, scoring all four runs in the seventh but ended up leaving the bases loaded to end the game.
Josh Tice (2-for-3) led his team by driving in a pair RBI.
Aaron Glysch ended up taking the loss for Two Rivers, which hosts Kewaskum in another doubleheader on Thursday.
Complete pitching stats for Game 2 were not provided to the Herald Times Reporter.
Kiel 1, New Holstein 0
In what turned out to be a pitchers duel, Jacob Winkel singled in the sixth inning allowing pinch runner Justin Bertram to score the games lone run on a fielding error to give Kiel the road win.
Tyler Konz went the distance for the Raiders, getting the complete-game shutout victory while allowing six hits, striking out a pair and walking one.
At the plate, Konz and Winkel each went 2-for-3 to lead Kiel (4-10, 3-7) offensively.
New Holstein would mount late comeback, loading the bases with one out before Konz struck out New Holstein’s Brady Schmitz for the second out and Derek Schmitz lined out to center to end the game.
Late Monday Kiel 3, Campbellsport 1 (5)
The Raiders can thank Mother Nature for win over the visiting Cougars.
Campbellsport actually led 5-3 entering the bottom of the sixth inning with Kiel at the plate with one runner on and two outs when a third rain delay prevented the game from finishing.
Umpires cited WIAA rules stating that a game suspended die to rain after five innings is not resumed even though Kiel and Campbellsport do play again this season.
The Raiders scrapped together two hits including as starting pitcher Jordan Meyer (1-for-3) hit an RBI single in the fourth, part of a three-run fourth inning for Kiel.
On the mound, Meyer was credited with five innings pitched allowing one earned run with five strikeouts before the game was called.
Sheboygan Falls 3, Two Rivers 0 (4)
The game was suspended in the fourth inning due to rain with a possible continuation to be determined.
No stats of this game were provided to the Herald Times Reporter.