Baseball shuts out Wheaton 20–0

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Baseball shuts out Wheaton 20–0

Shortstop Matt Ryan makes contact with the ball while at bat. Ryan had four RBI's in the Vikes' shutout win over Wheaton. Photo by Joey Sussman.

Shortstop Matt Ryan makes contact with the ball while at bat. Ryan had four RBI's in the Vikes' shutout win over Wheaton. Photo by Joey Sussman.

Shortstop Matt Ryan makes contact with the ball while at bat. Ryan had four RBI's in the Vikes' shutout win over Wheaton. Photo by Joey Sussman.

Shortstop Matt Ryan makes contact with the ball while at bat. Ryan had four RBI's in the Vikes' shutout win over Wheaton. Photo by Joey Sussman.

By Sara Azimi

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The baseball team (6–1) demolished the Wheaton Knights (4–2) 20–0 in another dominant performance Monday.

In their third shutout win of the season, the Vikes were able to take down the Knights with their aggressive offense. First baseman Tyler DeMartino and center fielder Justin Carboni each went two for two at bat for three RBI’s each. Shortstop Matt Ryan contributed four RBI’s and Bennett Solomon pitched five no-hit innings to propel the Vikes to their shutout victory.

The team next faces cross-town rival B–CC Barons (8–0) away Thursday at 3:45pm.

Bennett Solomon is a sports writer for The Black and White.

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