A saying some people use for a blowout is, “Sometimes you’re the windshield and sometimes you’re the bug.” The Cape baseball team was definitely the windshield May 10, when they racked up 18 runs on 14 hits as they dominated Seaford 18-2 for their 11th victory of the season.
Eddie Joyce, Matt Newcomb, Jackson Ostroski and Grant Evans all had a multiple-hit game. Joyce cranked a triple, while Logan Dominick, Ostroski and Tyler Husbands slugged doubles.
“Parker Brown and Mason Carrow did a fine job on the mound getting outs,” said Cape coach Ben Evick. “We jumped out quick putting up seven in the first. We never stopped hitting.”
Evick also had kudos for his junior catcher.
“Eddie Joyce did a nice job behind the plate and smoked a triple down the right-field line,” he said.
“The entire team got to play and got at bats,” Evick said. “Everyone played defensively as well. Even the guys that just pitch got in.”
Raymond Brady and Ken Goodwin each picked up an RBI for the Blue Jays.
The Vikings travel to Delmar Tuesday, May 14, to face the 11-5 Wildcats.