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Parson's Brewers scored their first win of the season in Antigo Little League Monday night, upsetting the previously unbeaten Tommy's Braves 5-3.

Combined with an Aspirus Astros' 11-4 win over the CoVantage Phillies, the Braves and Astros are now deadlocked atop the Majors Division standings at 3-1.

Parson's was led by Carter Wassen, who went three-for-four, finishing only a triple short of the cycle. Wassen launched a two-run homer over the left field fence, providing the first long ball in the league this season.

Johnny Lewis singled three times for the Brewers, with Kaden Kamps, “Nasty” Nolan Kielcheski and Mikey Allord all providing hits as well.

Wassen, Gunnar Roth, Kielcheski, Lewis and Allord all pitched an inning in the win, combining to strike out nine Braves hitters.

Brycen Pownell, Porter Nicholson, Nolan Akright and Joe Fleischman had one hit a piece for the Braves.

David Voytovich, Akright, Nicholson and Pownell combined on the mound. Voytovich allowed four runs on four hits, walked three and struck out two in 1 2/3 innings of work. Akright struck out three and allowed two hits and two walks over 1 1/3.

Nicholson pitched a scoreless inning and struck out a pair, while Pownell allowed a run on two hits, with a walk and two strikeouts in his inning of work.

Aspirus took advantage of a number of walks by Co Vantage pitchers and came up with a number of key hits in an 11-4 win, its second against the Phillies this season.

While the Phillies struggled with the base on balls, Astros pitchers, Michael Hagerty, Colin Berger, Jacob Adamski and Mitch Meyer issued just three walks, while allowing five hits and striking out five.

Aspirus was also backed up by a solid defense on the night.

Adamski led the Astros with two hits, including a double. Diego Flores-Martinez, J.T. Oelke, Berger and Brion Koszaek all had hits in the win.

CoVantage's hits came courtesy of Zack Bula, Preston Knapkavage, Dylan Matuszewski, Trenton Walbeck and Ethan Tews. Tews' hit was a double.

Matuszewski, Walbeck, Bula, Knapkavage and Jacob Waldner all pitched for the Phillies, walking 11 and striking out six.

Minors Division play also saw the lone unbeaten team fall, as the 40 et 8 Box Cars lost a 5-4 contest to the Antigo Times Timber Rattlers, who moved into a first place tie with the Box Cars at 3-1.

Isaac Buchman tripled for the T-Ratts and scored once, Scotty Hagerty was one-for-one with a triple, walk and two runs scored. Carter Krueger singled and drove in a run on a groundout in the third inning.

Eli Cornelius came up with a clutch two-out, two-run single up in the middle in the third inning, while Coleman Marmes recorded an RBI hit in the second and Dylan Falk walked and scored a run.

Hagerty went two innings on the mound, while Buchman went 1 2/3 and Krueger pitched 1 1/3. The trio struck out 10 and walked five.

Marcus Washatko doubled for 40 et 8 in the loss, while Liam Burt and Dawson Hirt-Lindner had singles. Seth Krueger reached base twice via walks.

Seeing time on the mound for the Box Cars included Washatko, Nate Malone and Hirt-Lindner.

The other Minors Division game saw the Waukesha Bearings Mud Cats even their season mark at 2-2 with a 6-4 win against Neve's Knights.

Ryker Wissbroecker had a hit and two runs batted in for the Mud Cats, while Carson Rhode singled and drove in one.

Wissbroecker, Rhode, Favi Gonzalez, Greyson Reetz, Miguel Martinez and Trever Johnson all scored runs in the victory.

Blake Genske pitched two innings, giving up a lone run on two hits, he struck out six Knights batters. Rhode struck out two in one inning on the mound, while Zander Zwirschitz struck out the side in his frame, while allowing three runs on three hits.

Neve's was led by Gauge Guenthner with two hits, including a double. R.J. Busse, A.J. Kohler and Chris Theisen had one base knock each.

Kruze Krueger, Busse, Guenthner and Kohler all pitched for the Knights, combining to strike out 12 and walk ten.
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Unbeatens fall in Monday Antigo Little League action
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Parson's Brewers scored their first win of the season in Antigo Little League Monday night, upsetting the previously unbeaten Tommy's Braves 5-3.

Combined with an Aspirus Astros' 11-4 win over the CoVantage Phillies, the Braves and Astros are now deadlocked atop the Majors Division standings at 3-1.

Parson's was led by Carter Wassen, who went three-for-four, finishing only a triple short of the cycle. Wassen launched a two-run homer over the left field fence, providing the first long ball in the league this season.

Johnny Lewis singled three times for the Brewers, with Kaden Kamps, “Nasty” Nolan Kielcheski and Mikey Allord all providing hits as well.

Wassen, Gunnar Roth, Kielcheski, Lewis and Allord all pitched an inning in the win, combining to strike out nine Braves hitters.

Brycen Pownell, Porter Nicholson, Nolan Akright and Joe Fleischman had one hit a piece for the Braves.

David Voytovich, Akright, Nicholson and Pownell combined on the mound. Voytovich allowed four runs on four hits, walked three and struck out two in 1 2/3 innings of work. Akright struck out three and allowed two hits and two walks over 1 1/3.

Nicholson pitched a scoreless inning and struck out a pair, while Pownell allowed a run on two hits, with a walk and two strikeouts in his inning of work.

Aspirus took advantage of a number of walks by Co Vantage pitchers and came up with a number of key hits in an 11-4 win, its second against the Phillies this season.

While the Phillies struggled with the base on balls, Astros pitchers, Michael Hagerty, Colin Berger, Jacob Adamski and Mitch Meyer issued just three walks, while allowing five hits and striking out five.

Aspirus was also backed up by a solid defense on the night.

Adamski led the Astros with two hits, including a double. Diego Flores-Martinez, J.T. Oelke, Berger and Brion Koszaek all had hits in the win.

CoVantage's hits came courtesy of Zack Bula, Preston Knapkavage, Dylan Matuszewski, Trenton Walbeck and Ethan Tews. Tews' hit was a double.

Matuszewski, Walbeck, Bula, Knapkavage and Jacob Waldner all pitched for the Phillies, walking 11 and striking out six.

Minors Division play also saw the lone unbeaten team fall, as the 40 et 8 Box Cars lost a 5-4 contest to the Antigo Times Timber Rattlers, who moved into a first place tie with the Box Cars at 3-1.

Isaac Buchman tripled for the T-Ratts and scored once, Scotty Hagerty was one-for-one with a triple, walk and two runs scored. Carter Krueger singled and drove in a run on a groundout in the third inning.

Eli Cornelius came up with a clutch two-out, two-run single up in the middle in the third inning, while Coleman Marmes recorded an RBI hit in the second and Dylan Falk walked and scored a run.

Hagerty went two innings on the mound, while Buchman went 1 2/3 and Krueger pitched 1 1/3. The trio struck out 10 and walked five.

Marcus Washatko doubled for 40 et 8 in the loss, while Liam Burt and Dawson Hirt-Lindner had singles. Seth Krueger reached base twice via walks.

Seeing time on the mound for the Box Cars included Washatko, Nate Malone and Hirt-Lindner.

The other Minors Division game saw the Waukesha Bearings Mud Cats even their season mark at 2-2 with a 6-4 win against Neve's Knights.

Ryker Wissbroecker had a hit and two runs batted in for the Mud Cats, while Carson Rhode singled and drove in one.

Wissbroecker, Rhode, Favi Gonzalez, Greyson Reetz, Miguel Martinez and Trever Johnson all scored runs in the victory.

Blake Genske pitched two innings, giving up a lone run on two hits, he struck out six Knights batters. Rhode struck out two in one inning on the mound, while Zander Zwirschitz struck out the side in his frame, while allowing three runs on three hits.

Neve's was led by Gauge Guenthner with two hits, including a double. R.J. Busse, A.J. Kohler and Chris Theisen had one base knock each.

Kruze Krueger, Busse, Guenthner and Kohler all pitched for the Knights, combining to strike out 12 and walk ten.
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