Davis County’s bats did much of the talking Friday night as the Mustangs banged out 13 hits in a 14-1 road triumph in six innings over South Central Conference foe Knoxville.
Caedyn Glosser was 2-3 at the plate. His biggest hit came in the 3rd inning. Glosser’s bases-clearing triple was the final blow of a five-run inning that stretched Davis County’s lead to 6-0. Clay Collier and Gavin McCall each had multi-hit games for the Mustangs as well.
Davis County lengthened their lead with a run in the 4th inning, two runs in the 5th inning, and five runs in the 6th inning.
The copious run support was more than enough for Mustang starter Caden Hill. The senior right hander allowed just one run on four hits in six innings. Hill walked three and struck out four.
Davis County improves to 4-5 on the season with an SCC record of 3-3. The Mustangs will play their final home game of the season Monday night versus Pekin.