Brady Delgado's pitching and hitting helped spark the Antlers past San Antonio Wagner 10-0 for Tivy's 10th win against three defeats in 26-5A baseball action on Monday night at Antler Field.
Delgado struck out seven Thunderbirds, gave up only two hits, and walked only one in sewing up his second consecutive shutout performance.
"He (Brady) threw well tonight and we had a good performance at the plate by the guys also," said Tivy head coach Chris Russ.
Tivy recoreded half-a-dozen hits of their own, paced with two from Delgado's bat. He also earned two RBIs.
Coleson Abel scored twice as Tivy blew erupted with a seven-run fourth inning after building its lead 3-0 after three.
"There were no lazy fly ball outs. The wind was blowing straight in hard, and the guys did a good job of getting above the baseball and hitting line drives and hard ground balls. Also we had some good base hit bunts," said Russ.
Tivy hosts San Antonio Veteran's Memorial on Thursday, April 18 starting at 7 p.m. with the first pitch.