WEBSTER CITY - The St. Edmond baseball team stayed on a roll here on Monday night, cruising to a 12-3 North Central Conference road victory over Webster City.
The Gaels (13-4 overall, 5-2 NCC) pounded out 14 hits in the game and scored in five of the seven innings.
"We're getting confident at the plate right now and are being selective and aggressive," said SEHS head coach Joe Shanks. "We've played a lot of baseball and are starting to get into a rhythm."
Nick Clark powered the Gaels with a perfect 5-for-5 effort, including a double and three runs scored. Hank Crimmins also contributed a grand slam, a double and four RBI, while Neil Flattery had a triple and single.
"Nick was kind of a tablesetter for us," Shanks said. "It was good to see him get on base and hit the ball well. Hank's grand slam in the first inning also got us going."
Earning the complete game win was Landon Peed, who scattered five hits with four walks and four strikeouts.
St. Edmond 12, Webster City 3
St. Edmond 402 140 1-12 14 2
Webster City 002 000 1-3 5 3
Landon Peed and Matthew Bocken; Trey Tesdahl, Ben Mossman (4) and Doug Stoakes.
2B-SE: Nick Clark, Hank Crimmins. 3B-SE: Neil Flattery. HR-SE: Crimmins.
"Landon showed some good stuff at times in his second varsity start," said Shanks. "He made some quality pitches to get out of a few jams."
For the Lynx (3-9, 1-6), Dylan Fielder recorded a pair of hits.
St. Edmond, which swept the season series from Webster City, will put its four-game victory streak on the line when it hosts Hampton-Dumont on Wednesday. Start time is set for 7:30 p.m.