THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Marinette & Menominee Post Solid Week
Issue Date: June 28, 2017
Menominee Takes Two in Triple Header
The Menominee Red Wave Legion baseball team took a couple of wins after driving north to Lake Superior. In their first match with Negaunee the Red Wave came away victorious 8-0. The second match they fell to host Ispheming 5-3 before winning their final match of the day 10-1 over Ishpeming.
In the first contest of the day pitcher Jason Janquart nearly no-hit Negaunee, coming away with only one hit.
After scoring one run in the first inning Menominee went wild in the fourth tagging on seven runs to pretty much put away the match.
Janquart came away from the mound with only one hit and one walk while striking out seven.
Alex Hanson led the plate attack with a two of four showing with two RBIs.
Game two was much closer as the Red Wave had to battle to stay in, falling to Ispheming 5-3.
Kevin Roberts was saddled with the mound loss for Menominee allowing three runs, five hits, two walks while striking out five.
Menominee's third game of the day was all Red Wave as they shutdown Ishpeming 10-1.
Levi Kempka took the mound win striking out eight. He allowed one run, two hits, one walk.
Marinette Wins One In Johnson Tourney
Playing on the diamond of Escanaba Michigan the Marinette Legion took part in the Greg Johnson Memorial Tournament. On Friday they fell to DePere 1-0 while on Saturday they improved their tourney readout to 1-1 with a 8-6 win over Copper Country.
During game one Marinette's Austin Marquardt was saddled with the loss allowing one run, six hits and two walks while striking out two.
At the plate Marinette's Rylie Nelson was one of two while Jack Farley went one of three along with Riley Reif who replicated Farley's numbers.
The game against Copper Country turned into a slugfest as the Marinette boys came away victorious 8-6.
Cole Tackmier took the mound win allowing two runs, three hits and three walks while striking out one.
At the plate Marinette was led by Adam Wahl who went one for one with three walks. Reid was one of two with a home run and three RBIs.
Marinette Takes Win Over Pulaski
Last Wednesday the Marinette Legion showed visiting Pulaski how it's done as they blasted the invading southern diamond forces 11-1.
Trey Bretl took the mound win allowing one earned run, three hits, and two walks while striking out eight.
At the plate Marinette was led by the efforts of Adam Wahl who went four for four with two runs. Kevin Charlesworth was three of four while Cole Tackmier and Austin Marquardt both went two of five.
Menominee's Nowack Throws No-No
Menominee's Red Wave Legion baseball team traveled up to Kingsford Tuesday. Behind the outstanding pitching of starter Nathan Nowack, the Red Wave won 11-0 in five innings.
Taking advantage of seven Kingsford errors, Menominee put up nine runs in the third inning to give themselves a cushion. With Nowack clicking on all cylinders, the Red Wave gave him more than enough run support. Nowack struck out 10 batters in just five innings while not giving up a hit or walk, let alone a run. If not for an error, Nowack would have thrown a perfect game.
Levi Kempka, Jacob Rivard and Kyle Struve each recorded two hits for the Red Wave in the victory.
Marinette Falls to Southwest>/b>
Tuesday evening the Marinette legion team traveled to Green Bay to take on Southwest. A run in each of the second and third innings for Southwest were the difference as they went on to take a 2-0 victory over the guys in purple.
With Matt Osterberg on the bump for Marinette, everyone knows runs are difficult to come by. However, Southwest's Zach Pethan surrendered just four hits to Marinette, and no runs.
Southwest's Cole Schabow connected on a leadoff double in the second inning. Quinn Dellise singled to score Schabow and they took a 1-0 lead. In the third, Brett Whiffen led off with a single and eventually came around to score, doubling the lead to 2-0.
Marinette hitters weren't able to crack Pethan as they left eight runners stranded on base.
Tommy Sawinski went 1-for-1 with a double in the contest for Marinette, Jack Farley, Nick Daye and Austin Marquardt were each 1-for-3.
Osterberg suffered the loss, giving up two earned runs on six hits, while racking up 10 strikeouts.