Big Sixth Inning Pushes Broadneck Past South River
Broadneck scored six runs in the sixth on its way to an 8-1 victory over South River on Monday. The offensive onslaught came from singles by Jack Capps and Ryan Smolen, fielder’s choices by Thomas Coble and Cam Urlock, a walk by Dylan Tenney, and a sacrifice fly by pinch hitter Zack Lynchard.
The visiting Bruins went on top in the first inning, when Zach Rees’s wild pitch allowed one run to score and another score came on a ground out to the Sea Hawk second baseman.
Dillon Smith was credited with his fifth victory of the season for the Bruins. He went seven innings, allowing six hits and one run while striking out five. Zack Rees took the loss for South River. He allowed five hits and seven runs over five and a third innings, striking out three.
Broadneck racked up seven hits. Will Munnelly, Capps and Smolen each managed two hits to lead the Bruins.