HAVILAND – Wayne Trace wrapped up its first week of high school baseball action with two more wins on Saturday as the Raiders swept visiting Edon in non-league action.

The red, white and blue scored ten times over six innings in taking a 10-0, six-inning victory over the visiting Bombers in the opener. Wayne Trace then dominated rallied by scoring a dozen runs in the bottom of the fifth frame in game two for a 15-5 win.

In the opener, Wayne Trace shut down the Edon offense and gradually pulled away for the 10-0 win.

The Raiders scored twice in both the first and second innings before adding one more in the third for a 5-0 advantage. After plating three more runs in the fourth to extend the margin to 8-0, the red, white and blue wrapped up the win with a two-run sixth to seal the 10-0 victory.

Brenden Bidlack led the Wayne Trace offense with two doubles and a single while Cooper Wenzlick and Kyle Slade each added a single and a double. Tucker Antoine also had a pair of singles for the Raiders.

Carter Baksa recorded a double for the red, white and blue and Kyle Forrer posted a single.

Connor Towers had a double to pace Edon with Konnor Prince and Ian Hickman recording a single each.

On the mound, Wenzlick recorded the victory by throwing three innings and striking out five Bomber hitters. Wenzlick allowed one hit and one walk in the contest. Cale Winans and Tucker Antoine each saw action on the hill as well for Wayne Trace.

Wade Parrish took the loss for Edon, giving up nine hits, eight runs and two walks in five innings of work while fanning six. Ian Hickman pitched the final frame for the Bombers.

Game two saw Wayne Trace break the game open in the bottom of the fifth by plating a dozen runs in the frame.

Edon struck first, getting a single run in the first, before the Raiders answered with a pair of runs in the home half of the second. After the Bombers tied the game at 2-2 in the top of the third, the Williams County squad followed that by scoring three times in the top of the fourth for a 5-2 lead.

Wayne Trace trimmed the deficit to 5-3 with a single run in the home half of the fourth before the red, white and blue exploded for 12 runs in the fifth to wrap up the 15-5 victory.

Kyle Forrer took the win for the Raiders, striking out two in one inning of relief work of starting pitcher Trevor Speice.

Konnor Prince suffered the loss for Edon, giving up six hits, five earned runs and four walks with two strikeouts in 4-1/3 innings of work.

Wenzlick and Slade each had two singles for the Raiders while Dane Moore, Speice, Carter Baksa and Jayden Molitor picked up one single apiece.

Ethan Steinke and Chris Joice both had singles for the Bombers and Wade Parrish recorded a double.