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Huskies win, close in on first place

A five-run first inning sent the Duluth Huskies well on their way to a 10-1 drubbing of Willmar in a Northwoods League game Monday night at Wade Stadium between the top two teams in the North Division.

A five-run first inning sent the Duluth Huskies well on their way to a 10-1 drubbing of Willmar in a Northwoods League game Monday night at Wade Stadium between the top two teams in the North Division.
The Huskies scored five times in the first and never looked back, tacking on four more in the sixth and a single run in the eighth. Holden Cammack plated two runs in the sixth with a single and finished with three RBIs, while Colton Waltner was 2-for-4 with two runs batted in as Duluth climbed within a half-game of the division-leading Stingers.
The Huskies cycled through four pitchers, with Ryan Agnitsch picking up the win. Jonny Ortiz took the loss for Willmar, allowing five hits and five runs - four earned - in five innings.
Willmar left 14 men on base in a game played in front of 726 fans.
The Huskies return to Wade Stadium on Thursday for “Bark in the Park” night against Alexandria.

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