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O's destroy Lakers, look strong
May 18, 1994

   The Oconomowoc Five O's ran their record to 2-0 Sunday with a fierce 19-1 pummeling of the North Lake Lakers at Roosevelt Field.
   The bout ended by TKO after seven innings, as the fighters sized each other up. The O's landed the only jab when Ron Meunier scored off Steve Rhoads' double to right field to make the score 1-0.
   The O's then unleashed a flurry of blows in the fourth inning, ripping North Lake pitching for 10 hits and 12 runs. The assault left North Lake staggering, and they would not get off the canvas.
   While the O's offense was clicking, the pitching and defense were superb. Hurler Chad Brown carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning, picking up his first win while allowing only three hits.
   Brown was aided by stellar defense by Meunier as it coolly recorded 18 ground ball outs.
   At the plate, Oconomowoc was led by second-baseman Bob Anderson, who smacked four hits with a home run. Left fielder Brett Bender also homered for the O's.
   "Nineteen hits doesn't look too shabby," O's player/manager Jason Brown said of his team, which has 40 hits in two games. "We've got to keep hitting."
   "Chad pitched a heck of a game. If we keep getting ground balls out of him and the other pitchers, we'll be alright."

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