Jordan Thurber smacked two home runs and drove in seven runs and Corey Morgan added two homers Friday, to power Clear Spring to a 14-4 win over host St. Maria Goretti.
The game was halted in the sixth inning by the 10-run rule.
The Blazers (2-0) pounded out 13 hits - including five home runs - to win their second straight game. They opened the season Wednesday with a 7-3 victory over Hancock.
"The bats came alive and that was good to see this early in the season," Clear Spring coach Mark Shives said. "As far as Thurber is concerned, with the two homers and the seven RBIs, we expect good things from him - he's one of the finest hitters in the area."
Clear Spring quickly jumped on Goretti starter J.J. O'Neill for four runs in the first inning to hold the upper hand the entire way.