Spring break or not the Dayton Broncos high school baseball team is not taking it easy. Tuesday afternoon they rolled into Sheldon and took down the host C.E. King Panthers 22-5.
The Broncos sent a 22 batters to the plate, collected four hits, took advantage of four erors, accepted two walks and a hit-by-pitch scoring nine times all in their first at bat. Dayton led 9-2 after one complete inning of play.
Dayton collected two more hits and three more runs sending nine batters to the plate in the second.
Eight more hitters went to the plate in the third and scored three times with just one hit.
In the fourth, two more runs crossed the plate courtesy of a Kevin Roe two run shot that scored Timothy Wehmeyer ahead of him to make it 17-4 with an inning to play to make the Broncos twelfth win official.
Five singles and five runs rounded out the Broncos scoring in the fifth.
Wehmeyer and Connor Green collected three hits a piece in Dayton's 14 hit attack.
Green led the rbi parade with four while lead-off hitter Bryce Armstrong had three.
Bradley Soweel and Josh Eckerman combined to holed the Panthers to one earned run in five innings of work striking out six and scattering six hits.
The win runs Dayton's unbeaten streak to seven in a row.
Dayton hosts Kingwood Park on Thursday Mar. 19 at 6p.m.