The Tivy Antlers scored four runs in the first inning, setting the stage for a 10-1 romp over Seguin Tuesday night.
Tivy’s bats have been heating up the past two games.
Tivy has outscored their opponents, 25-3, over the past two games.
Eric Tenery went 2-for-2 at the plate, tallying three RBIs.
Tenery has had eight RBIs in the past two games, fueling an offensive explosion for the Antlers.
More importantly, Tivy only had one error Tuesday night.
On the plate, Coleson Abel struck out 12 batters, allowing only one run.
Abel was credited with the win for the Antlers and had a total of 62 strikes in 109 pitches.
Abel, Cooper Duennenberg, Walker Grimes, Kale Lackey, Jack Patterson and Fisher Roberts had one RBI apiece, in addition to three RBIs by Tenery.
Patterson was credited with two stolen bases and Sam Letz swiped a base, along with Grimes.
Letz also spent an inning and a third on the pitching mound, throwing 16 strikes, striking out one batter.
Tivy Coach Chris Russ was all smiles after the victory.
“We swung the bats good tonight,” Russ said. “Coleson went out and did what he was supposed to do.”
Tivy has won two in a row, but making the playoffs is not a guarantee.
“Mentally, we have to build on this and carry it into next week,” Russ added. We have an uphill climb to the playoffs., but we are a good enough team to make a run.”
Tivy has a bye Friday night and will play Buda Johnson, Tuesday, April 20, at 7 p.m. in Kyle.