You'd think moving the game to an earlier start time in fear of bad weather would hurt attendance. Not the case with standing room only to watch another neighborhood rival game. Senior pitcher Tony Cianci pitched another complete game to earn his third victory of the season. In the first inning, QO jumped out to a 1-0 lead. The Jags came back at the bottom with a series of errors by QO. Mike Shannon reached base on a booted ball by the third basemen. Shannon later reached third base on an overthrow from QO catcher that went into right field. Steve D'Amato delivered a solid hit into right field with the count full to score Shannon. D'Amato reached third base on another attempted pick off went awry. Scotty Ardoin on an attempted suicide squeeze resulted in D'Amato being tagged at home but then on an aggressive play by QO to get Scotty out at first, over threw the ball again letting Ardoin reach third standing up. The difference in the game was two fold. A knock out fourth inning and stellar defense lead by junior Johnny "JJ"Jan who help turn two double plays in critical times of the game. The pair of 5-4-3 double plays were started by Joey Moeltner to JJ Jan to Ryan Teachum. QO tied the game in the fourth inning 2-2. But the Jags sent 9 players to the plate and scored 6 runs on 2 hits to break the game wide open. Moeltner reached on an error, Cianci was hit by a pitch, Nick Siegel walked to load bases. Shannon was hit by a pitch that scored Moeltner. Teachum signled in Cianci and D'Amato doubled to deep right center to empty the bases. D'Amato after reaching third base on an outfielder overthrow scored on a SAC bunt by Ardoin. Steve D'Amato went 2 for 3 with 4 RBI's to lead the Jags and Tony Cianci finished allowing only two runs, one earned, on five hits. The Jags are now 7-2 and travel to Damascus on Tuesday for a 3:30 game (moved from Monday - weather).