O'Brien's 8 v Kaspers 6
Bryan Oliver and Keith Olsen had two hits to pace the offense. Dan Wilfrath- making his case for come back player and pitcher of the year- pitched his fifth complete game of the season striking out six to get the win.
O'Brien's 8 v Kaspers 6
In game two of a Saturday twi-night doubleheader, O'Briens jumped out to a 8-0 lead after three innings highlighted by back to back home runs by Jim Vielbaum and Jim Rinelli (yes the game was at Harden and yes it was hit down the line- but I'll take it.) Chris Sanders was 3-3 at the plate with two RBI and Dan Wilfrath and Keith Olsen also added two hits each. Kaspers came back with six runs but fell short as Jim Vielbaum pitched the complete came striking out 7 while walking none to get the win.
Blue Jays 10 v MPD 7
The Bluejays jumped out to a 6 run lead but the police came back getting 7 runs of their own in the 6th inning. Rick Weist hit a dramatic two out, three run home run to put the Jays back up late. The Bluejays then added an insurance run to win 10-7.
MPD 13 v Blue Jays 5
Johnny Vs 10 v Colonel Hart's 7
Johnny V's overcame a 6 run 1st inning by Colonel Hart's to win 10-7 in Game 1 of doubleheader. A 3 run 6th inning led by Mike Radke's home run broke a 7-7 tie. Rob Weist pitched a complete game to get the win.
Johnny Vs 16 v Colonel Hart's 0
In game 2 of a doubleheader, Dan Cwiklinski, Josh Christensen, and Mike Radke combined to shut out Colonel Hart's. Tom Librizzi lead the hitting attack with 3 hits and 4 RBI's.
McGinn's 12 v Barber Plumbing 6
In the first game of the doubleheader, McGinn's held off a late rally by Franklin Barber Plumbing for the win.
Barber Plumbing 6 over McGinn's 0
Mike Thrun threw a shutout. Tom Lewandowski and Jake Barber had two hits.
Royal's 14 v Wong's 3
Adam Miller allowed just three runs in six innings and the Royals' defense played its first error-free game of the year in the Royals first victory of 2005. Up 3-2, the Royals busted out for four runs in the fifth. With the bases loaded and two outs, a key error not only kept the inning alive but allowed Jesse Roschyk and Mike Barse to score while Scott Rappl moved to third and Kyle Birchbauer took second. Dan Pfeifer then hit a line-drive single to center to score Rappl and Birchbauer. After each team traded runs in the sixth, the Royals broke the game open in the seventh with a six-run inning. Roschyk went 2-for-4 with four RBI and Rappl went 2-for-3 with a double and a pair of runs scored.
Long Wong's 11 v Royal's 9
Tom Mortenson, Drew Dean, Josh Sopczak, Mike Fuss and Kirk Spano led a balanced Wonger offense. Wong's staked a 10-2 lead as Josh Sopczak pitched 5 solid innings, allowing only two runs in the bottom of the fifth, qualifying for the win. Josh reentered from the outfield in the 6th after the Royals closed the gap to 11-7 and closed out the game to (we think) also get the save.
Supreme Builders 7 v Pilots 1
Ryan Diaz threw a complete game. Tom Rapp led the offense with 2 hits including a double and an RBI. Gawletta homered for the Pilots only run.
Supreme Builders 19 v Pilots 3
Supreme Builders scored ten runs in the first inning of the second game to get the DH sweep of the Pilots. Chad Olson pitched 5 innings to get the win. Pat Hansen had a four hit game, while Dan Rischmann, Jonny Baierl, Chris Moser and Tom Rapp each had three hits in the offensive outburst for Supreme. Pilots catcher Bodny had two hits.