Sundays matchup in Menomonee Falls featured the respective commissioners of the Lake Country and Suburban divisions squaring off on the mound. Travis Thompson has had a long history of success in this league, while Nick Heiting has been able to keep scoring down over several outings this season.
Falls got things going right away in the bottom of 1. After a single and an error, Tommy Wolf doubled to drive in a run, and Lukas Kell delivered a 2 run single. Sussex would get two back in the top of the second on rbi singles from Aaron Trattner and Bryan Laabs. Falls would add 1 on a groundout in the second, and the score would remain 4-2 until the 5th.
In the 5th, Sussex got things rolling with singles from Ben Wilkins and Seth Kroenke before Ryan Weissman ripped a double to tie the game at 4. With two outs, Tanner Johnson lined a single to left to put Sussex ahead for good at 5-4.
The teams traded runs in the 7th before the Cardinals would break it wide open in the 8th off of reliever Lukas Kell. 8 hits and a couple of Falls errors would lead to 7 runs, and the eventual final score of 13-5.
For Falls, Zach Kornburger had two hits as he continues to chase a batting title, while Tommy Wolf also had a multiple hit game. Sussex was paced by Michael Barnes, Ryan Hernandez, and Trevor Wesline who all had 3 hits, with Ben Wilkins, Seth Kroenke, Ryan Weissman, Tanner Johnson, and Aaron Trattner all chipping in 2.