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updated: 7/1/2011 11:25 PM

Bandits produce a winning response

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On First Responder's Night at Rosemont Stadium, a celebration of all those who serve our country, the Chicago Bandits responded first with their bats in a 10-4 victory over the NPF Diamonds at Rosemont Stadium.

Alisa Goler started it with a 2-run homer in the bottom of the first inning.

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Winning pitcher Jamee Juarez hit a 2-run shot in the fourth inning, and Megan Wiggins had 2-run blast in the fifth and another 2-run homer in the sixth.

Reliever Nikki Nemitz allowed 3 runs in the sixth inning but tossed a scoreless seventh as the Bandits (9-5) held on to the victory in front of 821 fans.

Angeline Quiocho and Biana Mejia hit homers for the Diamonds (4-10).

Snappers 6, Cougars 4:

A night after scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the eighth to rally for a win, Kane County gave up 3 runs in the top of the eighth and lost.

The Beloit Snappers rallied for 3 runs off Santiago Garrido and beat the Cougars on Friday in the middle game of a three-game series at Elfstrom Stadium. The series is now even at a game apiece, and the teams are tied for first place atop the Midwest League's Western Division with second-half records of 6-2.

The Cougars did all of their scoring early and with homers. Cheslor Cuthbert blasted a 2-run shot in the third, and Travis Jones cracked a 2-run shot in the fourth.

Outlaws 7, Fielders 6:

The Chico Outlaws defeated the Lake County Fielders 7-6 on Thursday night in a back-and-forth battle that took 13 innings to decide in Chico, Calif.

It was the first time this season that the Fielders (19-11) lost three consecutive games, and the setback knocked the Fielders out of first place for the first time this season.

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