Huskies rallied back to win second to last game of the regular season

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Friday night kicked off the last of two games left for the Duluth Huskies at home. The guys returned to Wade Stadium after being on the road for three games, where they didn’t get the results they were looking for.

In front of the home crowd, the Duluth Huskies got a chance to snag a win as they hosted the Thunder Bay Border Cats.

The Border Cats got on the border first with a deep shot to rightfield by Blake Warner as Peter Fusek scored the first run of the game. The Huskies were able to stop the Border Cats in their track as they led the game 2-0 in the second inning; Max Coupe closed out the inning with a pop fly out.

Huskies notched their first run on the scoreboard with a grounder past the infield by Jake Schelonka sending the Northwoods League MVP Michael Hallquist home for the score.

Throughout six innings, the Huskies rallied back to win 9-4 over the Border Cats. Game two of the series with the Border Cats is set for Saturday at Wade Stadium. The first pitch is at 3:05 pm.