The Wisconsin Woodchucks scored all nine of its runs in the first three innings, forcing the Green Bay Booyah to play catch-up in a 9-5 defeat Sunday afternoon in Ashwaubenon.
The Woodchucks scored in the first inning and score four times each of the next two frames to put the Booyah in 9-0 hole. Designated hitter Adam Frank drove in three runs on a double and a triple while Kyle Hess and Raul Ortega each drove in two RBI.
The comeback started in the bottom of the third when Bo Majkowski drew a bases-loaded hit by pitch and Cameron Tilly hit a sac fly to drive in a run. Tilly would score again in the seventh inning on a stolen base and the Booyah scored their final two runs in the eighth on a Brady West two-run homer. The Green Bay Booyah will play the second half of a home-and-home against the Woodchucks Monday night in Wausau at 6:35 p.m.
Picture courtesy of the Green Bay Booyah