With a week of warm weather the Three Lakes-Phelps baseball team was finally able to stack a few games up, splitting a pair of games with Florence, beating Laona-Wabeno and falling to Goodman-Pembine.

Early in the week on the road, Three Lakes defeated Florence on a combined four-hitter from pitchers Cole Melton and Sawyer Siedschlag.

The offense needed just four hits as the team walked seven times, struck out just twice and was able to get a big three-run third inning to help the 5-1 win.

Chase Melton doubles while Cole Melton, Caden Wolosek and Carter Flannery each had hits. Brandon Baumann had two runs batted in on the night to also help the offensive.

In the 18-3 win on the road against Laona-Wabeno, the Bluejays pounded out 14 hits on the night led by four from LJ Terlizzi, three from Chase Melton and two from Siedschlag. Chase Melton also stole three bases on the night.

The game was tight for the most part, except the Bluejays had a six-run first inning and then exploded for 10 more in the top of the seventh.

At home against Florence last Thursday, the Bobcats got to Siedschlag, the Bluejays starter as they scored six in the first and another in the second to take a 7-1 lead early. Three Lakes-Phelps would get two back in the bottom of the third to make it 7-3, but in the sixth Florence got four more which ended the game, 11-3.

Florence totaled 10 hits on the night. Of their 11 runs scored only five were earned.

Flannery had two hits to lead the offense for the Bluejays. Josh Cogar and Jared Kaufman had the other two hits.

At home Friday, Cole Melton threw a gem of a game, taking a 2-2 game into the seventh inning before the Patriots were able to get on top and win 4-2.

Tied at two in the seventh, Cole Melton gave up a lead-off single, and after striking out the nine hitter gave up one more single to put two on with one away. They then loaded the bases with a walk, walked-in the go-ahead run before Kaufman took over with the bases loaded and one away.

After another run-scoring single made it 4-2 Patriots, Kaufman got a ground out and fly out to end the threat.

The Bluejays were able to get Cole Melton aboard with a one-out walk. He was forced out when Chase Melton rolled a grounder to third, putting one on still, but now with two outs. Wolosek would ground out to first to end the game.

The Bluejays managed just five hits on the night, striking out 10 times across seven innings. Cole Melton was tagged with the loss, going 6.2 innings allowing two earned runs, three walks while striking out seven.

After hosting Laona-Wabeno, Monday, the team hosted Crandon, May 10. They then will travel to Goodman-Pembine this Thursday and Peshtigo, Saturday.