Strong offense not enough as Green Bay Storm falls to Sheboygan A’s

GREEN BAY, WI- Both teams put up a lot of offense, but the Sheboygan A’s had a little more as they defeated the Green Bay Storm 10-7 on Friday night.

The A’s took the lead in the third, 2-0 and managed to survive a four run, fifth inning by the Storm to capture the victory.

The A’s answered the big inning by the Storm by having a big inning of their own. The A’s scored three runs in the sixth inning, thanks to a single by Harry Steldt and a single by Mark Wanner.

Derek Loomans earned the win for the A’s. He went six innings, allowing four runs, seven hits and walking one. Steldt threw two innings, as two relievers helped the A’s capture the victory. Steldt recorded the last six outs to earn the save for the A’s. Mitch Eagan took the loss for Green Bay Storm. He tossed five and two-thirds innings, giving up seven runs, ten hits, striking out three and walking one.

On the offensive side of things, the Storm collected ten hits. Adam Enwiya, Andrew Peterik and Kevin Grant each collected multiple hits for the Storm. Enwiya went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the team.

The A’s collected a little more offensively, having 13 hits in the game. Steldt, Wanner and Cole Miklavcic each collected multiple hits. Steldt led the A’s with three hits in six at bats.

This win puts the A’s in second place in the NEWBL with a 10-5 record, while the Storm now finds themselves in fourth place with a record of 8-5.