The Warriors' bats picked up right where they had left off Saturday night with an 18-3 route of the RBI Prospects Sunday afternoon. The Warriors started off rough, giving up two unearned runs in the top of the first, but never looked back collecting 11 hits on the way to the lopsided victory.
Benjamin Lewis led the way for the Warriors' offense going three for three with four RBI and a run scored. Brandon Eldridge, Campbell Smithwick, and Nolan Crawford all chipped in with two hits apiece with Smithwick driving in three.
In the bottom half of the first, the Warriors pushed across nine runs and setting the tone to what was to follow. After blanking RBI in the second, the Warriors scored four more in the second to widen the gap to 13-2. After giving up one in the third, he Warriors ended the contest with five more runs.
Caeden Graham picked up the complete game victory on just 43 pitches. The southpaw allowed just one hit, no earned runs, struck out four wand walked none in the victory.