Swamp Donkeys’ get 100th win

Rob Woyicki got the start for Donkeys in Sunday’s game against the Pine Ryderz.

By JAY LAMM | editor@wsj30.com

The Swamp Donkeys get club win number 100 by defeating Pine Ryderz 2-1 Sunday afternoon.

The game was tied 1-1 until Sean Anders singled on a full count with two outs to drive home Jordan Choinere with the winning run in the sixth inning. Choiniere singled to lead off the inning, then moved to third after sacrifices by Cory Liverman and Rob Woyicki.


Carlos Mata doubled in Jacob Geotz in the first to score the Donkeys’ only other run. 

Dan Thomson got the win in relief. Thomson allowed one hit and no runs over one and two-thirds innings, striking out one and walking one.

Rob Woyicki started the game for the Swamp Donkeys, going five and a third innings, allowing one run on four hits and striking out three.


Rob Heineman, the Pine Ryderz starter, pitched five innings in the loss, allowing seven hits and one run while striking out four.

Thomson went 2-for-3 for the Donkeys. 

The Donkeys will be off next weekend in observance on the Labor Day Holiday.

The season’s final games are set for Sept. 13. The Donkeys will play a doubleheader for the season title. 

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