All told, the Brothers got 19 hits, four of them from Mike Trasolini, who tripled and scored three runs. Nick Capozzi managed three hits, four runs scored and three RBIs, while Tim Corapi, Dom Spinoso and Sam Little each drove in two runs. Tom Benz also scored three runs.
Given plenty of run support, Emmett Dunn could relax and pitch six innings, overcoming six hits and four walks with six strikeouts before Tommy Pirro closed it out.
CBA didn’t play again until Saturday, when it met Bishop Ludden again and, while not as lopsided, got the same positive result, smashing the Gaelic Knights 8-1.
Wasting little time, the Brothers scored twice in the bottom of the first, and then added three runs in the third and fourth innings.
Trasolini and Webb Little accounted for all of the damage, each of them hitting home runs and combining to drive in all eight of CBA’s runs, with Trasolini getting five RBIs and Little three RBIs. This made things easy for pitcher Jack Sheridan, who went six innings and held Ludden to one hit and three walks.