Stingers Shut Out the Huskies to Cap Off First Half

By KBJR News 1

July 4, 2013 Updated Jul 4, 2013 at 10:01 AM CDT

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- The Willmar Stingers used a five-run fifth inning en route to beating the Duluth Huskies on Wednesday night 7-0 at Wade Stadium, capping off the first half of the season in the Northwoods League.

Michael Murray earned the shutout win for the Stingers, pitching seven scoreless innings.

Logan Moon led Willmar with three RBIs including a two-run homer, and Zach Tillery also drove in two runs.

Huskies starter Parker Trewin lasted just four inning while giving up four runs on six hits. Reliever Nate Fury pitched the final five innings, allowing three runs on six hits.

Duluth (20-15) finished the first half of the season in third place in the North Division. Willmar was the runner-up with a record of 23-12.

The Huskies host St. Cloud at 5:05 on Thursday.

Posted by Sarah Wheeler
swheeler@kbjr.com