The Warriors scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back, and then added three runs in the third and fourth innings, respectively.
Kellogsville got only two hits off Warriors starting pitcher Alex Wagonmaker and reliever Sam Liggett, who gave up one hit each. Wagonmaker threw 3 1/3 innings and struck out two. Liggett pitched the final 1 2/3 innings and walked one while striking out four.
Liggett led the Warriors with three hits, including a two-run home run and scored three runs himself.
Sam Sipe knocked out two hits, drove in two runs and scored three. Wagonmaker added two sacrifice flies to drive in two runs.
“After a big win Tuesday, our focus was to come out with the same intensity and continue to play our game,” said WMC coach Mark Hill.
“The guys came out of the gate fast, and continued to work and play good baseball. It was great to see the guys finish our last regulr season game at home with a win.”
WMC improved to 16-6 overall and finished 11-1 in the conference.