Egg Harbor is as about as hot as a team can get in Door County League Baseball. They kick started the weekend Friday night with a 4-3 win over Baileys Harbor. Tied at three in the ninth inning, Jason Fuller came through in the clutch with a two-out RBI single to lift Egg Harbor to their ninth straight win. Riley Spetz provided some pop at the plate for the (9-1) league leaders with a home run. He also improved to (9-0) on the mound with 14 strikeouts. Paul Nelson hit a home run to account for two of Baileys Harbors' three runs.
Sister Bay jumped out to a 17-0 lead against West Jacksonport after three innings and coasted to a 17-8 victory yesterday. Jon Woerfel and Al Higgenbotham each hit home runs to power the league's second place team to a (7-3) record. Entering play with the league's best batting average at .556, Stewart Larsen did nothing to affect his impressive stat line. Justin Hartel pitched eight innings for the win. Steve Jilot, Zac DeFere and Davis Stoffel all homered for West Jacksonport. Woody Schartner was also seeing the baseball extremely well with four hits in the loss.
Kolberg stayed a game back of Sister Bay by beating Maplewood 14-7. A seven run first inning was really all that Kolberg would need to keep the Mets at bay. Bob Tenor finished with five RBI's including a homer. He joined Greg Klaubaug, Travis LeRoy and Adam Bretl in the three hit club for the game. Derek Raye also added a home run in the win.
Institute upset Washington Island 7-3. Kyle Volkman's unbelievable 16 strikeout performance powered the Cubs to their third win of the season. Home runs by Danny Allen and Jason Annis helped drop Washington Island to (5-5) on the season. Aaron Delorit homered twice in a losing effort.