The Waterloo Bucks no longer lead the division race after being swept in a series for the time this season. St. Cloud completed the two-game sweep with a 16-7 win over the Bucks in the series finale Wednesday night (June 22, 2016).
A four-run fifth inning followed by a two-out run in the bottom of the eighth pushed the St. Cloud Rox past the Waterloo Bucks, 5-4, in the series opener from Joe Faber Field on Tuesday night (June 21, 2016).
The Waterloo Bucks remain in the first place in the North Division after downing Thunder Bay, 15-9, in front of a season-high 2,096 fans at Riverfront Stadium on "Star Wars" night (Saturday, June 18, 2016)...
Trailing 3-2 after seven innings, the Waterloo Bucks scored four two-out runs in the top of the eighth to top the La Crosse Loggers, 7-3, in the series finale at Copeland Park Friday night (June 17, 2016).
In a game that started nearly two hours late and featured a second rain delay of almost 90 minutes, a Northwoods League curfew forced the suspension of play at Waterloo's Riverfront Stadium early Wednesday morning (June 15, 2016).
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