TOMAH, Wis. (WXOW) - The last two days of conference play were critical for the RiverHawks' dreams. With a win over Aquinas on Monday, Central needed to defeat Tomah on Tuesday to earn a share of the title.
It was a slow start for the RiverHawks through the first four innings, scoring their lone run in the second.
In the fifth inning, Central made their claim for co-champions. Drew Wonderling drove in two runs on a fielder's choice with a throwing error. Hunter Hess hit a blooper over the Tomah infielders to drive in an additional two runs. The RiverHawks scored seven runs in the fifth.
Central's Andrew Johnson had a strong performance on the mound. Johnson went six innings, allowing zero runs and only two hits.
Central defeats Tomah, 11-0.
Central is Co-Champion of the MVC, alongside Aquinas and Onalaska.