The Madison Broncos blasted out 20 hits en route to a 10-4 Cornbelt win over the Flandreau Cardinals on Thursday night at Flandreau.
The score was deadlocked at two after two innings. After that it was all Madison.
Madison scored three runs in the third frame, one in the fourth and two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings.
The Cardinals scored once in the third and added one in the fourth frame.
Seven Broncos had multiple hits in the game. Matt Burpee had one double and two singles while Ray Wagner added a double and one single. Trent and Brian Miller each had four singles in the contest.
Eric Hortness, Mitch McNary and Nick Bird each had two singles while Jon Waba added a single for the winners.
Bird pitched seven innings to chalk up the win for Madison. He allowed eight hits, walked six batters and struck out four.
Hortness pitched the final two innings for the Broncos and did not allow a hit.
Madison (10-0 in Cornbelt League and 12-2 overall) will go to Montrose on Sunday to face Canistota in a Cornbelt League game starting at 4 p.m. The Broncos and the Rebels will finish a game that was rained out in the eighth inning on May 30 first. They will resume that game in the eighth inning with the Broncos leading the Rebels. After the conclusion of that game they will play the regularly scheduled game.