IOWA CITY - Bill Schwarz is a firm believer in the #x201c;power of the pack.#x201d;
The Cedar Rapids Prairie boys' cross country coach knows, in the absence of a front-runner, the success of his team typically relies on essential contributi ... »
APPLETON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Ti,ber Rattlers touched staring pitcher Ryan Eades for five runs in five innings for a 5-3 win ovver the Cedar Rapids Kernels Wednesday night. The T-Ratts won two of three games in the series.
Wisconsin (44-39 overall) scored four times in the second inning for a lead it wouldn’t relinquisk. Taylor Brennan and Rafael Neda had two hits apiece, with Neda striping two doubles.
Eades dropped to 5-8, allowing five earned runs in five innings. Zack Granite had to hits for Cedar Rapids (35-48).
The Kernels open a series against Beloit on the Fourth of July at 5 p.m