Phoenix Betancourt and Jaiden Hrobar shined on the mound and at the plate, and Hilton Head Prep baseball rolled to a 14-2 road win Thursday over Thomas Heyward.
The Dolphins ignited the offense early, scoring a whopping 10 first-inning runs to blow the game open before taking the contest in a five-inning run-rule decision.
Betancourt was dynamite at the plate, going 4-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs, and Hrobar was 2-for-3 and smacked a double. The dynamic duo also dominated on the hill, allowing just four combined hits and striking out six batters through the five innings.
“The offense looked good tonight, especially Phoenix and Jaiden,” HHP head coach Chris Wells said. “Those two are a tough out right now.”
Jeremy Clemmer led the Thomas Heyward offense, picking up two hits and driving in both runs.
HHP (12-0, 5-0) is right back at it Friday with a home game against Battery Creek.
Thomas Heyward (5-5, 4-3) travels to John Paul II on Monday.
By Wes Kerr