Woodchucks beat up Mallards in Wausau

Big fifth inning fuels 'Chucks
Woodchucks beat up Mallards in Wausau

The Mallards road trip to Wausau didn’t go as planned, as the Woodchucks bludgeoned Madison 5-3 on Saturday. 

The game started out well for the Mallards as Logan Regnier scored on an error to take a 1-0 lead. Then in the second inning, Adam Walton drove in Robbie Tenerowicz and the Mallards jumped out to a 2-0 lead. 

That lead evaporated in the bottom of the third inning when a wild pitch scored Alex Cordova to cut the Mallards lead to one. Then Brendon Hayden’s single drove in Ryan Donovan to tie things up a 2-2. 

In the fifth inning, the Woodchucks pounced. Donovan smashed a solo homer over the right field fence to take a 3-2 lead. Then an error in right field scored Cody Hanke to push the Woodchucks lead to 4-2. Another error in the fifth inning scored Paul DeJong 

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