WMC knocked out 14 hits in the opener, with Caleb McKay the pacesetter with three safeties, including two triples. Sam Liggett smashed a three-run home run, the first four-bagger knocked out at the Warriors’ new field, and finished with two hits.
Sam Sipe and Samuel VanOrman each had two hits as well. Sipe was on the mound and picked up his second win of the season, allowing just one hit and walking one while ringing up five strike outs.
In the nightcap, Hogan Harmon and McKay led the way for the Warriors with two hits apiece. Harmon, VanOrman and Alex Wagonmaker each ripped a triple.
Wagonmaker took the bump in the second game and gave up just four hits with a pair of walks while striking out five.
“The guys came to play today,” said Warriors head coach Mark Hill. “I’m happy that we are getting production from everyone on the team, and that the guys really support each other.
“We finally had a beautiful day for baseball, and it was great to have a crowd there to support us.”
The Warriors improved to 5-1 overall.