Blake Britzke

Blake Britzke delivers a pitch for Cambridge in its 15-1 victory against Helenville on Thursday at the Fort Atkinson Generals Tournament. Cambridge will play in the consolation championship on Thursday against Johnson Creek at 8:30 p.m.

Stoughton earned a 14-0 victory against Cambridge in seven innings at home. Ben Riffle scattered six hits and one walk in a complete-game victory. The Merchants remain atop the Southeast Section with a 6-0 record.

Cambridge has a 1-4 record and is tied with McFarland and Waterloo for seventh place out of 10 teams in the section.

The Blues fell behind in the top of the first inning, but scored 15 runs in four innings to take a 15-1 victory in a consolation round game of the Fort Atkinson Generals Tournament at Jones Park on Thursday.

Blake Britzke hit the first batter he faced before settling in to strike out eight batters over five innings. Britzke gave up five hits and one earned run.

Cambridge had six hits and drew 10 walks. Britzke was the only Cambridge batter with two hits. He was 2-for-3 with three RBIs.

Cambridge continues its season at Fort Atkinson Baseball Fest on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. The Blues will take on Johnson Creek in the consolation championship.

The next Sunday League game for the Blues is Sunday, June 16, at Jones Park against McFarland. The game will begin at 3:30 p.m.

Southeast Section

Jameson Lavery struck out 16 batters for Evansville as the Jays earned a 4-0 victory against Lake Mills in Home Talent Southeast Section Sunday League action on Sunday.

Evansville scored twice in the ninth inning to put the game out of reach for good.

The Grays were outhit, 8-2.

Lake Mills will continue its season with a doubleheader against Albion at noon on Sunday, June 16.

Albion (4-1, second place) knocked off Jefferson (4-2, fourth place) with a 15-11 victory. The Tigers drew 11 walks and had 11 hits. They put five runs up in the second inning and seven runs in the fifth inning.

Fort Atkinson outhit McFarland, 10-2, to earn an 8-0 victory. Drew Dunkleberger struck out six batters, and gave up four walks and two hits in a complete-game win. It was the fifth complete game the Generals have had.

Utica (3-4, sixth place) held off Waterloo for a 5-4 victory in a game on Sunday. Waterloo scored two runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth before eventually losing at home.

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