The Plymouth summer baseball team held visiting Ozaukee to two hits in a 9-1 win and followed it up with an 8-2 victory over Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler on Saturday in Plymouth.
Jake Richards started and pitched four innings for the win against the Warriors with Clay Henning earning a three-inning save. Each notched six strikeouts while Justin Picard supplied three hits and three RBI for the Panthers offense.
Henning finished with a double, a triple and two runs and teammate Matt Olig added two runs and a double.
In their second game, the Panthers got two hits, three RBI and a home run from Luke Held with Tyler Willeford and Zac Cain each collecting a pair of hits and an RBI.
Cain earned the win as he went five innings, allowing one earned run on two hits and two walks with 10 strikeouts.
Paul Vincente had a hit and two runs for Lutheran/Kohler while Charlie Tobin and Greg Bauer each collected singles.
Sheb. Falls 7, Oostburg 2
Tied 2-2 in the fifth inning, Sheboygan Falls scored five runs in the final two innings for the road win.
“Sheboygan Falls made some amazing plays,” Oostburg coach Chris Holzer said. “‘If we would have limited our walked batters it would have been a very interesting game, but Falls kept up the pressure.”
Jake Weisenthal picked up the complete-game win as he allowed eight hits with teammate Josh Rostek finishing with a pair of hits and two RBI.
Jake Hurlbutt started for Oostburg, allowing one hit in four innings. Chris Brill took the loss while going 2-for-4 at the plate.
Also for the Flying Dutchmen offense, Jonah Frier went 2-for-2 and Brett Ebbers had a two-run single in the fourth inning which scored Ryan Hafeman and Kyle Swart.
“It was a good first game for us, we did a lot of things right and we are looking to build on that (this) week,” Holzer said.