HAYS, Kan. – The TMP-Marian baseball pushed their winning streak to six games with a pair of run-rule wins over Ellis Tuesday at the TMP Field. The Monarchs scored 31 runs on 27 hits and won 15-5 in six innings in game one and 16-6 in five innings in game two.
Ellis struck for five runs in the top of the first inning in game one. It stayed that way until the fifth when the Monarchs scored 12. Carson Jacobs bases loaded walk broke the 5-5 and put TMP in front for good.
Noah Gibson had three hits and drove in four. Ethan Atherton pitched the final two innings of relief for the win.
The Monarchs scored 10 runs in the fourth inning to blow open the second game. Mason Robbins went 3-for-4 to lead the 14-hit attack.
Brady Kreutzer drove in three.
Colby Dreiling allowed one run on four hits over four innings for the win as the Monarchs improve to 6-2.
TMP travels to Abilene Friday to make up a postponed game from last month. They are back at home next Tuesday against Russell/Victoria.