The Bethlehem Christian Academy baseball team got back on the winning track Monday with a dominant 15-0 victory against visiting Thomas Jefferson.
The Knights are on track for another region title and a No. 1 seed for the upcoming GISA Class A state playoffs. Thomas Jefferson offered little resistance Monday as BCA (11-5, 6-0) used a nine-run third inning to dispatch the Jaguars.
Tanner Still earned the win, working four innings and allowing only two hits while striking out four. Still gave up a one-out single in the top of the second and a one-out single to deep center in the top of the fourth, but Thomas Jefferson was not able to score in either inning.
Several Knights had big days offensively. In the bottom of the first, BCA scored three runs. Ryan Whiting had an RBI double while P.J. Klein scored on a wild pitch and Nick Suertefelipe crossed home when Brad Toxen reached first on an error.
In the bottom of the second, Luke Allen delivered a two-run single for a 5-0 lead.
The Knights added nine in the bottom of the third. Still had an RBI double and Jacob Parker drove in two runs with a double and another two runs with a single. Brady Stewart had an RBI on a sacrifice fly and Jacob Walls had an RBI single. Allen drove in another run while Whiting had a two-run single.
BCA is scheduled to travel to Gatewood Wednesday (today) and then to Monsignor Donovan Monday and Loganville Christian Tuesday in more non-region games.
The Knights will play their final region games with a home doubleheader against John Hancock Friday.