For being out for sixteen days, Williamson played their first game back well, but Iaeger got out to an early lead. The Pack was able to pull within three runs in the bottom of the fifth, but in the end, Williamson wasn’t able to catch up to Iaeger.
The Cubs put on an impressive display of power with 8 of their 16 hits being for extra bases. In all, Iaeger hit two homeruns, two triples, and four doubles.
Iaeger’s Jeremy Marushia got a hit in all of his five at-bats and batted in three runs. Tyler Walker hit 2-for-4 with four RBIs, including a two-run double and a triple. Austin Walker went 2-for-3 with 4 RBIs, two of which coming off a two-run homer in the top of the first. The Cubs’ Daniel Long hit a double, Cody Jackson hit a three-run homer in the top of the second, Jeffrey Johnson hit 2-for-5 with three RBIs, and Cody Stevens hit a double and batted in two runs.
Josh Blankenship picked up the win for Iaeger.
Nick Lee started the game off for the Pack and pitched one and a third innings. Gabe Varney came in for Lee during the second and pitched for three and a third. Israel Varney took over for one and a third, and Jordan Cisco finished out the game for Williamson for the final three outs in the seventh.
Williamson’s Jarrid McCormick had two hits on the night, Caleb Stacy had two hits and two RBIs, Ryan Diamond got two hits with one run-batted-in, Chris Hatcher had two hits including a triple with an RBI, Chris Atkins had two hits and RBI, Gabe Varney 2-for-3 with 4 RBIs, Justin Hensley hit 2-for-3, and starting pitcher Nick Lee hit a single.
Williamson (7-2) will face Cross Lanes on the road Friday, April 23.