The Bunceton Dragons baseball team scored 11 runs in the first four innings Thursday night in a 11-1 win over Calvary Lutheran in CCAA action at Jeff City.
The Dragons, 2-0 on the season, have now outscored their opponents 27-1 in two games.
Bunceton coach Dustin Ray said the players came out swinging the bat again.  “The story of last night’s game was timely hitting,” Ray said. “As we continue moving forward, the key is going to be making in-game adjustments to what we are doing.  Defensively we played a solid game, giving up only one run. Austin Alpers and Brayden Doyle both had great nights at the plate adding three hits each to our 11 hit game. Very proud of these boys and happy to come out with another conference win.”
The Dragons left little doubt while leading Calvary Lutheran 3-1 after one, 7-1 after two and 9-1 after three. Bunceton also tacked on two runs in the fourth  to extend the lead to double digits.
Dillon Alpers picked up the win on the mound for Bunceton while Becker took the loss for Calvary Lutheran. Alpers pitched the first three innings and gave up one run on three hits and four walks while striking out two batters. Brayden Doyle then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed three walks while striking out three.
Bunceton also out-hit Calvary Lutheran 9-3, with Jason Burnett going 2-for-4 with a single and a double. Brayden Doyle finished the game with two singles and two RBIs while Austin Alpers added two singles and Dillon Alpers, Layne Maddex and Hunter Griffin-Rechers each with one single and one RBI.
For Calvary Lutheran, Lieb, Becker and Johnson each had one hit.