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Next Game Thursday, June 11 at Frame Park - Catholic Memorial 7 P.M.
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Countdown to Spring (Mar 21/05)
Mukwonago Indians no Match for Hot Kettle Moraine Laser TeamKettle Moraine jumped out with nine runs in the first inning in route to a shortened 12-0 victory Monday night. The bats came alive in the first inning for the Lasers and the Indians could not answer. Scott Matyas started and threw the two innings to notch the victory. He recorded four stikeouts in the brief stint. Neil Harder hit a moonshot homer and some fine defense on the part of the Lasers capped off the night. Thursday night, the Lasers will make their first trip in to Frame Park in Waukesha to take on Catholic Memorial. Game time is 7 P.M.
Lasers outlast Waukesha West in 3 plus hour marathon.Thank goodness for day baseball because this game could have threatened curfew the way these teams went at it. After the dust settled and 34 hits later, the Kettle Moraine Lasers outlasted the Wolverines 19-16. The game featured 5 home runs with Ryan Solberg, Scott Matyas, and Neil Harder blasting bombs with Solberg's being a grand slam. Matyas and Harder went back to back in the comeback 7th inning. Joe Trovato and Dan Stasiewski went yard for the West club.
Jeff Zajdel pitched two impressive innings to get the victory for the Lasers.
Lasers down Blackshirts in Short Order
After a shakey start, the Kettle Moraine Lasers settled in to dismantle the Waukesha South Blackshirts in 5 innings. The Blackshirts took off in the first with some shakey defense on the part of the Lasers with several hits mixed in to establish an early lead. Kettle Moraine vindicated themselves with some solid hitting at the plate to quickly come back and upend the Conference leading South team by the score of 15-5 in the 5 inning contest. Scott Matyas picked up his third victory in the young season. Blake Rowe came up big at the plate with a 3 for 4 night with 4 RBI's. Lance Wagner went yard for the Lasers. Any shaky defense was made up for at the plate as the Lasers chased starter William Jahns and then went to work on the offerings of releiver, Jeff Dunlap. The Lasers visit Waukesha West for a key conference matchup Saturday. Game time is 2 PM.