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Antigo 9U Stallions finish in fourth at Bulldog Bash
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The Antigo 9U Stallions team opened its season this past weekend, finishing fourth in the 11-team Bulldog Bash held in New London.

Antigo opened play Saturday against West Bend, and scored a 5-3 win. The Stallions needed just four hits to account for its five runs, with Liam Burt leading the way with a double and single. Caleb Vandenlangenberg and Scotty Hagerty each added doubles as well.

Marcus Washatko, Vandenlangenberg, and Hagerty were all solid on the mound in the win. Washatko struck out four over two innings of work, while Vandenlangenberg punched out five. Hagerty threw one scoreless frame.

Game two was an 11-3 rout of Laconia, in a game ended on the mercy rule.

Coleman Marmes led the Stallions at the plate with two doubles and two runs batted in, while Hagerty tripled and drove in a pair.

Burt had an RBI double, with Nate Malone contributing a two-bagger to the winning cause.

Hayden Thill and Blake Genske comprised the Stallions’ pitching staff. Each tossed two innings. Thill struck out five, Genske punched out four.

Antigo moved on to face Waupaca Sunday and emerged 8-4 winners after trailing early 3-0.

Leading hitters for the Stallions included Cade Tiedeman with an inside-the-park home run, single and two RBIs, Hagerty doubled and drove in two, Genske had two hits, including a double and recorded one RBI, while Thill had a single which plated a run.

Genske, Gauge Guenthner, Burt, and Hagerty combined on the mound for the win. Genske struck out four, Burt three.

Bay Port was the opposition for Antigo in the semifinals, with the Stallions on the wrong end of a tough 6-5 loss.

Jordy Pregler doubled and drove in two, while Hagerty had an RBI double, and Genske a run-scoring single.

Vandenlangenberg and Thill each pitched two innings and struck out three each. Genske threw one inning.

The loss moved Antigo into the third place game against Hortonville, where again a lone run was the difference in defeat, this time by a score of 5-4.

Hortonville scored the winning run on a walk-off passed ball.

Genske led the way with two hits, including a triple, and recorded two RBIs. Hagerty drove in a run with a single, with Tiedeman also credited with an RBI.

Washatko, Thill, and Genske each saw time on the mound. Washatko and Thill both went two innings, and struck out five each.

The 9U Stallions are home this weekend as the Antigo Dugout Club hosts its annual tournament.
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Antigo 9U Stallions finish in fourth at Bulldog Bash
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The Antigo 9U Stallions team opened its season this past weekend, finishing fourth in the 11-team Bulldog Bash held in New London.

Antigo opened play Saturday against West Bend, and scored a 5-3 win. The Stallions needed just four hits to account for its five runs, with Liam Burt leading the way with a double and single. Caleb Vandenlangenberg and Scotty Hagerty each added doubles as well.

Marcus Washatko, Vandenlangenberg, and Hagerty were all solid on the mound in the win. Washatko struck out four over two innings of work, while Vandenlangenberg punched out five. Hagerty threw one scoreless frame.

Game two was an 11-3 rout of Laconia, in a game ended on the mercy rule.

Coleman Marmes led the Stallions at the plate with two doubles and two runs batted in, while Hagerty tripled and drove in a pair.

Burt had an RBI double, with Nate Malone contributing a two-bagger to the winning cause.

Hayden Thill and Blake Genske comprised the Stallions’ pitching staff. Each tossed two innings. Thill struck out five, Genske punched out four.

Antigo moved on to face Waupaca Sunday and emerged 8-4 winners after trailing early 3-0.

Leading hitters for the Stallions included Cade Tiedeman with an inside-the-park home run, single and two RBIs, Hagerty doubled and drove in two, Genske had two hits, including a double and recorded one RBI, while Thill had a single which plated a run.

Genske, Gauge Guenthner, Burt, and Hagerty combined on the mound for the win. Genske struck out four, Burt three.

Bay Port was the opposition for Antigo in the semifinals, with the Stallions on the wrong end of a tough 6-5 loss.

Jordy Pregler doubled and drove in two, while Hagerty had an RBI double, and Genske a run-scoring single.

Vandenlangenberg and Thill each pitched two innings and struck out three each. Genske threw one inning.

The loss moved Antigo into the third place game against Hortonville, where again a lone run was the difference in defeat, this time by a score of 5-4.

Hortonville scored the winning run on a walk-off passed ball.

Genske led the way with two hits, including a triple, and recorded two RBIs. Hagerty drove in a run with a single, with Tiedeman also credited with an RBI.

Washatko, Thill, and Genske each saw time on the mound. Washatko and Thill both went two innings, and struck out five each.

The 9U Stallions are home this weekend as the Antigo Dugout Club hosts its annual tournament.
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