Sheboygan A's Baseball

A’s and Kings Split Saturday Doubleheader

Posted: June 5, 2016

Kenosha Kings jumped out to an early lead on the Sheboygan A’s and
captured an 11-5 victory on Saturday in game one at Wildwood Baseball
Park in Sheboygan.

Kenosha did all their damage in the first three innings to put the game away early.

A three-run home run by Jason Dennis during the first inning and a two-run double by Travis Vanderwall in the second inning helped Kenosha Kings put some runs on the board early.

Jason Dennis racked up four RBIs on two hits for Kenosha Kings.

Adam Ryan got on base three times in the game for the A’s. He doubled in the second inning and singled in the seventh inning.

Derek Loomans
had an impressive outing against Kenosha Kings’ lineup, coming on in
relief after starting pitcher Daniel Behlke and A.J. Alessi were
reoughed up in their combined 2.2 innings of work. The Kings managed
just two hits off of Loomans, who allowed no earned runs, walked none
and struck out three during his 4 1/3 innings of work.

Justin Stender recorded the win for Kenosha Kings. He allowed one run over 3 2/3
innings. He struck out two, walked three and surrendered five hits.

Daniel Behlke took the loss for Sheboygan A’s. He allowed six runs in two innings, walked one and struck out one.

The Kings piled on six more runs in the top of the third. The inning got off to a hot start when Kyle Jones doubled, bringing home JT Schneider and Paul Pulera. That was followed up by Vanderwall’s single, bringing home Jones.

The tables turned in game two, as it was the A’s who got out to a early lead a crused to a 13-3 mercy rule victory in game two.

An RBI triple by Wyatt Olson, an RBI single by Cole Heili, and an error in the first inning fueled Sheboygan A’s’ offense early as they took a 3-0 lead after one.

Olson put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for Sheboygan A’s, including a home run.

Weston Nelson
got the win for Sheboygan A’s. He allowed three runs over five innings.
Nelson struck out seven, walked five and gave up six hits.

Sheboygan A’s’ Trevor Cho, Heili, Olson and Brad Young combined for seven hits and six RBIs.

Kyle Cibrario took the loss for Kenosha Kings. He lasted just two innings, walked one, struck out one, and allowed four runs.

The Sheboygan A’s added five more runs in the bottom of the third. Young homered, plating Adam Ryan and Harry Steldt to start the inning. That was followed up by Cho’s single.

The Sheboygan A's are members of the Wisconsin State League and Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League. The A's have helped develop more than 43 players that have reached professional baseball, including 2002 World Series Champion Jarrod Washburn (Anaheim Angels). All Sheboygan A's home games are played at Wildwood Baseball Park in Sheboygan. Connect with the A's on FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.