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June 1, 2015 at Sumner

Knights continued to pile up the runs on Monday, scoring three runs in the seventh inning, on the way to a 13-4 landslide win over Sumner Fredericksburg.
Knights scored four runs in the second on Knights scored in the second on a passed ball, an error, and a groundout by Derek Holschlag.
Koby Alpers reached base three times. He scored four runs and had one RBI.
Alex Barz kept contact to a minimum, striking out 11 Sumner Fredericksburg batters. Alex Barz allowed two earned runs, five hits and three walks over six innings.
Spencer Shulz couldn’t get it done on the hill for Sumner Fredericksburg, taking a loss. He allowed seven runs in five innings, walked five and struck out none.
Knights never trailed after scoring one run in the first on a groundout by Brady Driscol.
After posting one run in the third, Knights again scored one in the fourth. In the third, Knights scored on a passed ball, bringing home Blake Faber.
Sumner Fredericksburg scored three runs in the bottom of the third to cut its deficit to three. A wild pitch, an RBI single by Tyler Sassman, and an error gave Sumner Fredericksburg life. Alex Barz ended the inning by getting Pierce Schultz to strike out.
After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fifth, Sumner Fredericksburg faced just a 7-4 deficit. A groundout by Sassman set off Sumner Fredericksburg rally. Finally, Alex Barz got Will Hambly to strike out to end the threat.
Knights brought home three runs in the sixth inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the sixth, Knights scored on an RBI double by Holschlag, plating Alpers.

Knights continued to pile up the runs on Monday, scoring three runs in the seventh inning, on the way to a 12-3 landslide win over Sumner Fredericksburg.
Alex Barz racked up seven RBIs on four hits for Knights. He singled in the first inning, homered in the fourth inning, and doubled in the third and seventh innings.
Knights got the win thanks in large part to Brady Driscol’s dominant, eight-strikeout performance. Driscol allowed three earned runs on five hits and no walks over seven innings.
Sam Fox ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He lasted just 3 1/3 innings, walked five, struck out two, and allowed five runs.
Knights didn’t relinquish the lead after scoring two runs in the first inning when it scored on an RBI single by Alex Barz.
Knights tacked on another two runs in the third. Alex Barz doubled, scoring Driscol to start the inning. That was followed up by Bryon Sells’s single, bringing home Blake Faber.
Knights built upon its lead with four runs in the fourth. The inning looked promising, as Alex Barz homered, scoring Driscol and Derek Holschlag to kick things off. That was followed up by Austin Kiler’s single, scoring Cael Lambe.
Knights piled on three more runs in the top of the seventh. Alex Barz kicked things off with a double, bringing home Justin Carey and Holschlag.