The South Knox baseball team couldn’t be stopped in a dominating win against the Rivet Patriots.
Spartans scored 11 runs in the second en route to a 21-2 win.
The Patriots started the game with some defensive errors that helped South Knox score six runs and put the game out of reach early.
In the second inning, Damon Wallace launched a grand slam over the fence, highlighting the 11-run inning.
Kylar Simmons was perfect from the plate for the Spartans going 3-3 adding three runs and three RBIs.
South Knox had 16 hits total and Nathan Fisher struck out eight and only gave up one hit.
Rivet scored twice in the fourth inning, one off a Tommy Herman sacrifice RBI to score Fisher lemon, and the second when Kenadee Frey scored off a Mitchell Earley RBI.
This makes the sixth win in a row for South Knox, who improve to 13-5 on the season and 5-0 in the Blue Chip Conference as they look to continue their streak Tuesday at Class A No. 9 North Daviess at 5 pm.
Rivet falls to 0-13 and 0-6 in the Blue Chip.
The Patriots take the field again Wednesday at 5 pm when they host Hutsonville, Illinois.