The lone undefeated team in Antigo Little comes from the Minors Division.
The Antigo Times A’s moved to 5-0-1 Wednesday with a 18-5 rout of the Neve’s Furniture White Sox, who remain in second place at 3-2-1.
Tucker Medo, Sawyer Brandt and Austin Martinson all had two hits to lead the A’s, while Jacob Brandt doubled and Jaxon Knapkavage, Bordy Jorgenson and Reuben Lucht all recorded singles.
Toeing the rubber in the win was the staff of Martinson, Medo and Brandt, who combined to allow three Neve’s hits, while walking five and striking out six.
Neve’s hits came courtesy of Sawyer Behm, Jaxson Pregler and Greyson Reetz. Kolvyn Ebel also walked twice and scored twice.
In Majors Division play, it was Tommy’s Braves overtaking the CoVantage Cardinals for first place, as the Braves topped Parson’s Pirates 6-5, while CoVantage was doubled up by the Waukesha Bearings Brewers 14-7.
Tommy’s had to hold off a late Parson’s rally for its victory. As the Pirates plated two runs in the top of the sixth before the Braves and reliever Ryker Remington were able to close the door.
Remington struck out four batters in his two innings of work. Marcus Washatko got the start and did not allow a run over two innings, punching out five. Isaac Buchman tossed the middle two frames, allowing just an unearned run on three walks. He did not yield a hit, while striking out three.
Leading hitters for Tommy’s included Buchman and Remington with 2-3 games.
Liam Burt and Coleman Marmes added one hit to the winning effort.
Parson’s was led by the duo of Josh Zanayed and Kruze Krueger, who both went 2-3. Zander Zwirschitz doubled and drove in two runs, Gauge Guenthner also doubled with one RBI, while Evan Simmons drove in one run with a single.
On the mound it was Krueger with the start, striking out a pair in two innings of work. Guenthner K’d four in two innings, while Zwirschitz punched out two in his lone inning of work.
The late game saw Waukesha Bearings rally from a 6-1 deficit in its 14-7 win over CoVantage under the lights of Al Remington Field.
Waukesha Bearings broke the game open in the final inning, leading by just a run at 8-7, the Brewers scored six times to pull away.
Jordy Pregler, Dawson Hirt-Lindner and Walker Washtko got it done on the mound for the Brewers, combining for four walks and five strikeouts, while backed up by strong defensive play.
Waukesha Bearings had a red-hot night at the plate, with timely hitting led by Pregler, who had four hits and finished just a home run shy of the cycle.
Rutger Busse pounded out three hits, including a double and triple; A.J. Kohler ripped out three hits, included was a pair of doubles; Bentley Knutson doubled and singled; while Payson Peterlick added a two-bagger.
CoVantage was led by the bat of Scotty Hagerty, who went 3-3 with a triple. Seth Medo tripled, singled and drew a walk as he reached base three times.
Cade Tiedemann and Eli Cornelius both added doubles for the Cardinals.
Hagery, Seth and Owen Medo all pitched in the loss, walking seven, but striking out 12.