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Mallards earn split with Woodchucks, 13-3

Published On: Jun 25 2014 10:20:58 PM CDT


Robbie Tenerowicz had three hits and three runs batted in and Joe Dudek had three hits and two RBI as the Madison Mallards defeated the Wisconsin Woodchucks 13-3 at Warner Park Wednesday night.

Tenerowicz hit a two-run homer in the third and a run scoring single in the five-run seventh.

Dudek had run scoring singles in the second and third innings as the Mallards built a 6-0 lead.

Pete Alonso had four of Madison's 18 hits.

Alex Bacon was 3 for 4 and Trent Higginbothem added three runs batted in.

The Mallards moved their record to 16-11 while the Woodchucks are 17-11.

Madison hits the road for a game at Green Bay Thursday night at 7:05 pm.

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