It's Storm/Legends for Championship...

The Green Bay Storm scored three runs in the sixth inning to take down the Menasha Macs 4-2 in the deciding game of the Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League semifinals at VandenPlas Field.   With the Storm trailing 2-1 in the sixth, Justin Sizemore tied the game with an RBI single and Zak Hilbert put Green Bay ahead for good with a two-run single.  Jon Rupno started the scoring for Green Bay with a solo home run.  Garrett Scray allowed three hits and struck out four to get the win and Gunnar Eastman retired three straight in the ninth inning for the sav

Legends Advance, Macs Ties Series

The Appleton Legends eliminated the Sheboygan A's, winning their best of three series 2 games to 1 after a 7-4 win on Monday night.  At the same time, Menasha defeated Green Bay 7-2, tying that series at one game apiece.  The deciding game will be held tonight at Green Bay with the winner advancing to take on the Legends in the Championship Series.

Sheboygan Evens Up Series 1-1; GB/Menasha Rained Out

The Sheboygan A's  defeated the Legends 9- 6, tying the series at a game each and forcing  Game 3 tonight (Monday) at 7:30 in Appleton.  The Green Bay and Menasha contest was rained out will play today (Monday) at Koslo with Game 3 on Tuesday at Green Bay if needed.

Green Bay, Appleton Open Playoffs with Wins

The Green Bay Storm opened up the playoffs with a 4-2 win over the Menasha Macs on Saturday followed by an Appleton Legends 15-5 win over the Sheboygan A's. Each leads their respective series 1-0 with the second games planned for this afternoon if Mother Nature cooperates.

Bandits Eliminated as A's Win Game 1, 4-0

The Sheboygan A's defeated the DePere RiverBandits by a score of 4-0 in Game one of their Friday night doubleheader, effectively ending the Bandits 2010 season.  The A's advance as the 3rd seed in the NEWBL Playoffs and will play Appleton while Menasha claims the #4 seed and will play Green Bay, the League's top seed.  The Bandits would like to thank everyone associated with the organization, from players to fans for their continued dedication.  Though the season may not have ended as well as it could have, know that it nine months, the Bandits will take the field again, this

Bandits Wrap Up Regular Season with Win, Now Wait

The Bandits wrapped up the 2010 regular season with a 9-1 win over the De Pere RiverBandits.  Miles Mayer picked up the win with seven solid innings of work.  Stewart Larson was 5x5 on the evening and fell just one hit short of tying Joe Borchardt's record of hits in a game.  Borchardt was 6x6 in the Bandits second game ever back in 1998.  Nat Richter was 3x4 and continued hitting at his torrid pace and Sam Spurney added another pair of doubles, giving him 17 on the season.  The Bandits must now wait to see if DePere can sweep Sheboygan in a DH on Friday night.

Bandits Playoffs Hopes Pinned on DePere

The Bandits playoff hopes are so slim, you might not even see any light.  The Bandits needed Sheboygan to lose three of their four remaining games and that meant that Manitowoc, going into Wednesday night, needed  DePere, who is 1-19, to beat the Sheboygan A's in two of three contests they have remaining with them this week while the Bandits must defeat DePere on Thursday night.  Lo and behold, De Pere mustered a win at Sheboygan Wednesday night by a score of 9-5, giving them just their second win of the season and keeping the Bandits playoff hopes alive.  The Bandits no

Playoffs in Jeapordy with Another Close Loss

The Appleton Legends jumped out to an 8-0 before the Bandits were able to push across even one run although outhitting the Legends 13 hits to 12.  In the bottom of the seventh inning, the Bandits would put up six runs before scoring another in the ninth but would fall 8-7 in Appleton as Galen Duff lined out to second base to end the contest and darken the hopes that the Bandits would make the 2010 Playoffs.  Menasha also fell tonight, losing to Sheboygan 14-11 and ending their season at 13-11.  If the Bandits defeat De Pere on Thursday night, they would also be 13-11.  T

Walk-off HR Propels Menasha Past Bandits

The playoff picture remains out of focus, but got a lot dimmer, as the Menasha Macs defeated the Manitowoc Bandits by a score of 5-2 on Monday night at Menasha behind a walk-off 3 run homerun.  Green Bay and Sheboygan split their Monday night doubleheader, giving Green Bay a share of the regular season crown and one of four playoff spots.  The remaining three playoff spots are up for grabs between Manitowoc, Menasha, Appleton and Sheboygan.  This is the final week of the regular season and the Bandits host the Legends tonight at Municipal Field at 7:30 before hostin

Bandits Beat Sheboygan 11-1 Sunday

After travelling to Kenosha on Saturday and dropping another pair of close games in the WSL 3-2 and 3-0, the Bandits' bats came to life in an 11-1 vicotory over the Sheboygan A's on Sunday night in Sheboygan.  The win gives the Bandits 12 wins in the NEWBL, putting them back into the playoff hunt.  The Bandits have three NEWBL contests during this final week, Menasha on Monday at Menasha and then a home game on Tuesday against Appleton and a home game on Thursday against De Pere.

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