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Five O's give up 15 runs, still pound Sussex by nine
June 22, 1994

   The Oconomowoc Five O's won another slugfest Sunday, routing the Sussex Cardinals 25-16 at Roosevelt Field.
   The O's offense rang up more than 20 runs for the third time in eight games.
   Oconomowoc was all over Sussex starting pitcher Matt Damato early, scoring ten runs in the first inning. Eric Olson and Bob Anderson both homered in the initial frame.
   Sussex slowly chipped the lead to 13-7 after six innings, bringing fears that the O's could lose a big lead the second straight week. However, Oconomowoc unleashed a furious offense assault down the stretch, scoring 12 runs to put the game away.
   Sussex scored eight times in the ninth to make the final score respectable.
   Ron Meunier triggered the O's late barrage with a pair of homers, and five hits for the game. The Oconomowoc shortstop now has four home runs for the year.
   Tim Nelson also ripped five hits, including a double. The rookie outfielder is 9-for-11 since joining the squad two weeks ago. Oconomowoc's Eric Olson added four hits to the cause.
   Mike Michalsky and Steve Smith got into the extra-hit parade, each pounding out doubles.
   Smith also gained the pitching victory, covering eight innings. Smith allowed eight runs, all earned, on 11 hits. He also recorded four walks and three strikeouts.
   Michalsky came on in the ninth to pitch the final inning and allowed eight more runs to score on six hits and four walks.
   The O's now sport a 5-3 record behind an attack that is averaging over 15 runs a game. Next Saturday, the O's close the first half at home against Genesee in a 3 p.m. tilt. On Sunday, Oconomowoc travels to North Lake to open second-half play in a 1:30 contest.

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