Blue Jays jump out early twice, roll to two wins

RENO — The Carson Blue Jays jumped out to early leads twice in rolling to two wins in baseball Saturday at North Valleys High School.

The Blue Jays beat the Boise Senators 15-4 and the Rockaway Beach 14-3.

With 11 runs in the first three innings, the Blue Jays left no doubt about the eventual outcome against Boise.

Abel Carter had three extra-base hits for Carson (19-7).

Bryce Moyle recorded the win for the Blue Jays. He allowed two runs over four innings. He struck out six, walked six and surrendered four hits.

Jesse Lopez, Carter and Trevor Edis helped lead the Blue Jays. They combined for five hits and six RBI.

The top of the first saw the Senators take an early lead, 2-0.

After posting four runs in the third, the Blue Jays again scored four in the fourth. In the third, Jesse Lopez scored on a wild pitch for Carson.

Carson beat Rockaway Beach in five innings after a 13-run explosion in the second inning.

The Blue Jays scored in the second on a bases loaded walk, a fielder’s choice and five two-run singles from Kahle Good, Moyle, Colby Zemp, Brandon Gagnon and Landon Truesdale. Moyle had two hits for the Carson.

Rockaway Beach couldn’t get anything going as long as Kyle Glanzmann was pitching. Rockaway Beach managed just one hit off of Glanzmann, who allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out three during his three innings of work.

Cole McDannald finished up for the Blue Jays. He allowed two runs over two innings. McDannald struck out one, walked four and gave up two hits.

The top of the first saw Rockaway Beach take an early lead, 2-0. It didn’t take long for the Blue Jays to answer and they added a run in the fourth that scored on a passed ball.


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