The Manchester Academy Mavericks are now 7-1 in district after shutting out Greenville Christian School in a conference double header last Thursday;
In game one of the series, the Mavericks defeated the Saints 15-1 across four innings.
"We knew coming into the game that we had to take care of business," said Coach Kyle Wever.
Offensively for the Mavericks, Cade Potter stood out with a home run and four RBIs. Manchester had nine hits total in Game 1, two each from Cade Potter and Landon Lowery, and one each from Parks Poe, Dylan Dendy, and Jon Riley Poe.
Blake Coghlan took to the mound on defense for the Mavericks where he threw four innings, gave up one hit, one run, and struck out eight.
The second game of the series was just as successful for Manchester, who beat out Greenville Christian 15-0 in three innings.
In this game, Ty Kilpatrick pitched for the Mavericks on defense for those three innings, giving up no hits, no runs, one walk, and struck out five batters.
On offense Manchester had 10 hits total in the second game. Dylan Dendy and Jon Riley Poe each had 3 RBIs. Others hits in the game came from Parks Poe, Ty Kilpatrick, Cade Potter, Landon Lowery, Blake Coghlan, Tres Paul, and Connor Stevens.
"It was a good series all around," Wever said. "It put us at 7-1 in conference and we are tied at first place with Tri-County right now."
The Manchester boys who are 9-4 overall, are currently getting ready for upcoming district games next week.
"We will spend this week getting ready and will be putting in a lot of defensive and offensive work," Wever said.