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Mallards drop doubleheader at Lakeshore

Published On: Jun 16 2014 10:12:44 PM CDT
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The Lakeshore Chinooks swept a doubleheader from the Madison Mallards Monday night at Kapco Park in Mequon 5-4 and 2-0.

In game one, Brett Sidall hit a two-run homer for Lakeshore, Pete Alonso had a solo shot for the Mallards.

In the second game, Lakeshore scored two runs in the bottom of the third inning. Jake Noll led off with a double and scored on a single by Brant Valach. Valach later scored on a sacrifice fly by Sidall.

The Mallards are now 12-9 on the season as they fall to fourth place in the Northwoods League South Division.

Lakeshore is now 14-7 in first place in the South.

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