Matthew Twaroski was strong at the plate and on the hill in carrying St. Agnes to a 7-2 victory over Minneapolis Edison on Wednesday at Toni Stone Field.
Twaroski went a perfect 1-1 at the plate for St. Agnes. He singled in the third inning.
Twaroski picked up the win for St. Agnes. Twaroski allowed two earned runs, three hits and five walks while striking out five over 6 2/3 innings of work.
James Swofford took the loss for Minneapolis Edison. He allowed seven runs in six innings, walked three and struck out eight.
St. Agnes went up for good in the third, scoring three runs on three singles.
One run in the top of the fifth helped Minneapolis Edison close its deficit to 3-1. An RBI triple by James Swofford gave Minneapolis Edison life. Twaroski ended the inning by getting Liam Davis Temple to ground out.
St. Agnes added four more runs in the bottom of the sixth. A error scored Erick Klein for the inning’s first run.
Minneapolis Edison scored one run in the top of the seventh to cut its deficit to five. A groundout by Kyle Seymour sparked Minneapolis Edison’s rally. Finally, Twaroski got James Swofford to fly out to end the game.