Brookfield Central dropped two more games last week and extended its losing streak to five, dropping their record to 1-8 overall and 1-6, last place in the Greater Metro Conference.
Muskego used a six-run first inning on Friday at McCoy Field to coast to a 13-4 victory. Central left runners on base in both the bottom of the third and fourth innings. They did score two runs in the third and fifth innings to cut the lead to 9-4 through five.
But the Warriors scored three in the sixth and one in the seventh to put the game away.
Senior Pete Schuelke drove in two runs and finished with two of Central's four hits.
Central's first game after exams was the day before at McCoy Field and the Lancers dropped an exciting 6-5 loss to Brookfield East.
Ryan Rouse's two-run homer and Drew Kehoe's sacrifice fly keyed a four-run fourth inning as the Spartans rallied to beat the Lancers before a packed house.
Central took a 2-0 lead on a wild pitch and a sacrifice fly by Charlie O'Dwyer in the second inning, but the Spartans tied it in the third as the Lancers made two key errors.
An error and a two-run single by Schuelke gave Central a 5-2 lead before the Spartans' big inning.
Relievers Pat O'Brien for East and Elijah Goodman for Central were both outstanding, shutting out both sides the final three innings.
Schuelke had two hits, was hit by a pitch, scored a run and had two RBIs. No other Lancers had more than one hit.
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