captures B.A.B.A. title
Peterson, GameMost Valuable Player
captured the 66th Annual B.A.B.A. Grand Championship Sunday with a
Tigerton. It was the second straight title for the Lakeman as they
year ago at Tigerton.
winners grabbed a 3-0 first inning lead thanks in part to some shaky
Tigers. After leadoff man Jeff Riddle was hit by a pitch, Jason Wanty
reached on an
Luke Behn then singled to load the bases. A walk to Braden Kaminske
run. Then with two outs, Andy Wanty singled home a pair of runs to
make it 3-0
winners added three more in the fourth when catcher Casey McDaniel
homer to left and later in the frame two runs scored on a throwing
error by Tigerton
A pair of
singles and a hit batsman loaded the bases in the fifth for the
Riddle followed with an RBI single as the winners increased their
margin to 7-0.
added two more runs in the sixth when Luke Behm and Rocky Mondello
and later scored on Wanty’s two out base hit.
Lakemen plated their final run in the eighth when Tom Wanty was hit
by a pitch
scored after a walk and two more hit batsmen.
Peterson, the games Most Valuable Player, was the winning pitcher.
hits, struck out eight, walked two and hit a batter.
Desrochers took the loss, working 5-1/3 innings. Paul Sellner
finished for the
They combined to allow 10 hits, walked three and hit five batters.
They struck out
Wanty led the Waupaca offense going 3 for 4 with 4 RBI. Jeff Riddle
was 2 for
5 with an
RBI, Luke Behm was 2 for 4 and Casey McDaniel was 2 for 4 with an
Kaminske drove in three runs and Wes Austin had an RBI and was 1 for
Tigerton, Ben Schoen was 3 for 4 and Tom Berg was 1 for 4.
the game, awards were presented by B.A.B.A. Commissioner Craig Brei
League Sec./Treas. Gordy Boldig.