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Upset Sunday In Door County League Baseball

The polar opposites in the Door County League standings met yesterday and the expected results kept each team in their respective positions. Egg Harbor continued to cruise through the summer. This time it was an 8-1 win over cellar dwellers, Baileys Harbor. They did it with 12 hits including eight doubles. Jake Junion was the leader for Egg Harbor (7-1) at the plate. He finished with three hits. Brett Anschutz and Bob Niedzwiecki had two hits apiece for visiting Baileys Harbor (0-8).

Kolberg kept pace with Egg Harbor in the standings with a 17-1 trouncing of Maplewood (3-5). At (6-2) Kolberg is still within striking range thanks to Travis LeRoy and Jeff Sperber. Each drove in four runs in the win. Alan Karas and Mickey Lee each had a multi hit game in the loss.

Washington Island slipped in the standings with a 7-6 loss to Institute. The Cubs won a nail biter when Cody Giesseman belted a two-run double in the ninth inning.  It was just the third win of the season for Institute. Ray McDonald had three hits, including a solo blast to lead the Islanders (4-4).

Sister Bay was also upset Sunday 10-4 by West Jacksonport. Eric Bley’s sixth inning grand slam turned the game for the Ports. The two teams are now tied in the standings at (5-3).


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