BETHEL ACRES — Perennial power Heritage Hall, behind a 21-hit attack, throttled Bethel 15-4 Tuesday.

The game was stopped on the run rule after five innings.

Coached by former Shawnee High School baseballer Breck Draper, Heritage Hall chalked up eight runs in the third inning and five more runs in the fourth.

Bethel was limited to four hits withTerrell Dodson going 2 for 3, both singles. Jaylon Gordon and Cameron Egger notched a single apiece for Bethel. LW Moore, Gordon and Seth Jackson knocked in a run apiece.

Heritage Hall also inflicted a 6-1 defeat on Bethel Monday. Dodson had a single for Bethel’s sole hit.

Heritage Hall compiled 8 hits.

Starter Jake Williams, who lasted 2 1/3 innings, absorbed the pitching loss. He gave up 9 runs, all earned. Jackson went the last 2 2/3 innings, surrendering eight runs, four of which were unearned.

The Wildcats dropped to 6-1.