The Smyrna High baseball team has won their first two games of the season with a 6-1 win at Cape Henlopen on Friday and a 10-3 versus Indian River yesterday at home.
The Eagles got a jump Friday against Cape Henlopen, scoring two runs in the first inning and three runs in the second single. Senior outfielders Gary Everage hit a three-run homerun, scored three runs and had a single. Junior shortstop Robbie McKeldin contributed two hits and scored two runs. Pitcher Dustin Warren threw a four-hitter for Smyrna; Brentt McDonald came on to pitch in relief.
The Eagles scored six runs on seven hits, beating the Vikings 6-1. The win was the first for new coach Jacob Emerson.
Smyrna started off Tuesday's game at home versus Indian River scoring three runs in the first inning but the scoring wasn't done there as the Eagles came firing on all cylinders in the third inning, scoring six runs.
Smyrna scored 10 runs on eight hits, to beat the Indians 10-3 for their second win in as many games this season.
Dylan Voss pitched a shut out through four innings for his first win of the season; Brentt McDonald came on in relief.
The Eagles next game is tomorrow, March 29 vs. Woodbridge High School. The game starts at 4:15 p.m.