CEDAR RAPIDS - For the second time in six days, the Cedar Rapids Rampage faced off against the Kansas City Comets.
This one did not need overtime.
Goalkeeper Brett Petricek and the Cedar Rapids defense held the Comets scoreless for the e ... »
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