Wolfpack Victorious Over Guns Monday Night

The Wolfpack improved to 12-8 on the season with a blowout win over the Guns Monday night. The offense took a couple innings to warm up, but ended up scoring twelve runs on the night when all was said and done.

Dirk Dembroski (2-1) got back into the win column with a strong performance on the mound, he allowed only three runs (one earned) over seven innings while striking out seven and walking only one, the Guns only mustered four hits against him.

Cam Williams, Fraser Armstrong, and Trent Lawson continued to swing hot sticks, as they all contributed multiple hits on the day, and they combined for eight of the Pack’s twelve RBI in the game.

Michael Goldade reached base in four of his five plate appearances as the table-setter at the top of the lineup, but his biggest contribution of the night came in the third inning when he chased down a would-be leadoff double in the gap screaming off the bat of Guns second baseman Conner Leavitt for the first out of what ultimately became a three up, three down inning. The score was only 2-1 at the time of the catch, and there was a palpable shift in momentum from that point forward.

The Wolfpack are back in action Tuesday night when Cory Lawson takes the mound again in search of his first career victory against the White Sox at 6:30pm.