The Kiel baseball team was swept by Plymouth in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference doubleheader Friday afternoon in Kiel.
The Panthers (18-2, 14-0 EWC), who clinched the EWC championship with the wins, won game one 8-2 and took the nightcap 4-0.
Terren Driscoll and Eric Weber each had a hit for the Raiders (4-13, 2-9 EWC) in game one. Nathan Pieper drove in a run.
Pieper took the loss for Kiel, pitching five innings and allowing eight runs — seven earned — on 12 hits. He struck out three and walked four.
Offense was in short supply for the Raiders in the second game as they mustered just four hits.
Jordan Meyer went the distance for Kiel, tossing seven innings and allowing only one earned run. He recorded eight strikeouts and three walks.
Campbellsport 11, Two Rivers 10
Down six runs after the first two innings, the Raiders mounted a comeback, including a four-run sixth inning, and managed to tie the game at 10-10 heading into the bottom of the seventh.
The Cougars (7-9, 5-6 EWC) were able to push a run across in the home half of the final inning and win in walk-off fashion.
Two Rivers’ Garrett Willmann finished the night 2-for-3 at the plate with a pair of RBI while teammates Cameron Greene and Brock Gospodarek each added two hits of their own.
Mitchell Taylor was handed the loss for the Raiders, pitching six innings and allowing seven earned runs on five hits while walking five and striking out one.
The Raiders (3-10, 2-10 EWC) are back in action Monday when they host Kiel in a doubleheader. First pitch is set for 4 p.m.
Sheboygan Falls 10, Kiel 2
Kiel’s Jordan Meyer finished 2-for-3 at the plate and knocked in a pair of runs, but it wasn’t enough as the Raiders fell on the road to the Falcons 10-2.
Kiel (4-11, 2-7 Eastern Wisconsin Conference) were the first on the board with a run in the top of the first, but Sheboygan Falls responded with a run of their own in the home half of the frame.
The Falcons (11-6, 9-4 EWC) gained the lead thanks to a four-run second inning and never looked back.
Nick Walsh took the loss for the Raiders. He scattered eight hits across three innings of work, allowing eight runs — seven earned — striking out two and walking seven.