The Madison Broncos' winning streak grew to seven with an 18-0 rout of Hartford-Humboldt in Cornbelt League action on Tuesday night at Flynn Field. The game was called in the fifth inning due to the 15-run rule.
Madison scored twice in the opening inning and then added seven and nine runs in the second and third innings, respectively.
Six Broncos had multiple-hit games, and each of these six players had at least one extra-base hit.
Brian Miller smacked a home run, a single and drove in three runs.
Matt Burpee had two doubles, a single and four RBIs. Burpee has 11 doubles and 17 RBIs so far this season.
Nick Bird and Greg Biagi each had a triple and a single. Biagi had four RBIs while Bird had three RBIs. Bird has 15 RBIs for the season.
Eric Hortness and Kelly Hall each had a double and a single for the winners. Hall has five doubles this season.
The Broncos outhit Hartford-Humboldt 16-2.
Jordan Brown went the distance for the Broncos to pick up the win. He faced 18 batters in five innings and gave up two hits. Brown struck out four batters and walked just one.
Madison (10-4 overall and 8-4 in league action) will go to Lennox for a key CBL contest on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Earlier this season, Lennox came from behind to slip past the Broncos 5-3.