Shutting out Santa Fe-Alma 18-0 last week Tuesday and beating Sweet Springs 16-2 Thursday, Britt's has remained unbeaten on the season. Britt's is now 4-0 in LaCoMo East play and 10-0 overall in Major League action.
Britt's opened up a 5-0 lead through the first inning and led 15-0 after two frames. Britt's scored its other three runs in the fourth stanza.
The game ended after four innings due to the 10-run rule.
Britt's had seven hits, including a single and a double from Jonah Irwin and two singles from Noah Sleeper. Wade Heimsoth cracked a home run and Derek Woodall and Caleb Pfannkuch a single apiece.
Woodall and Pfannkuch each scored four runs, Heimsoth three, Tate Bittiker and Irwin two each and Austin Werths, Sleeper and Spencer Brown one apiece. Heimsoth collected four runs batted in, Sleeper and Irwin three each, Woodall two and Bittiker one.
Werths hurled the first 2-2/3 innings, allowing one hit and one walk while striking out four, en route to the win. Sleeper pitched the final 1-1/3 frames, walking one and fanning two.
Ryan Overstreet had the only hit for Santa Fe-Alma.
Sweet Springs grabbed a 1-0 lead through the top half of the first inning, but Britt's responded with five tallies in the bottom half. Sweet Springs again plated a run in the top of the second, but Britt's answered with four in the bottom half for a 9-2 lead. Britt's put away the game with a seven-run third.
The game was halted due to the 10-run rule after Sweet Springs was held scoreless in the top of the fourth.
Bittiker earned his first-ever Major League mound victory. He hurled the distance, allowing two runs on two hits and three walks, while fanning 11.
Britt's had 12 hits, including a single, double and a home run by Pfannkuch. Heimsoth doubled and tripled, Brown singled and tripled, and Sleeper singled and doubled. Irwin swatted a home run. Werths added a double and Abram Frerking a single.
Werths, Heimsoth and Pfannkuch each scored three runs, Sleeper and Brown two each and Bittiker, Irwin and Frerking one apiece. Pfannkuch accumulated five RBIs, Heimsoth three, Irwin two and Bittiker, Sleeper and Frerking one each.