Elroy Outlaws fall to Mauston 10–0

By JOE VITCENDA |  Elroy Outlaws coach

The Mauston Axers pounded the Elroy Outlaws pretty solidly Thursday night, June 14.

Elroy failed to put a run on the scoreboard, and Mauston had 10 runs in the nine-inning contest. Mauston finished the game with a 10-0 victory.

Veteran Rick Steffen, Nate Brieske and rookie Ryan McKittrick had the only hits for the Outlaws, as the smoking guns from last week had cooled.

Games on deck

• Thursday, June 21 – Bangor vs. Elroy at Kendall

• Thursday, June 28 – Elroy at Kendall Mustangs

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