MOUNDRIDGE — In a pair of high-scoring affairs, the Moundridge High School baseball team swept rival Inman High School Friday in Moundridge. The Wildcats pounded out a staggering 37 runs in 11 innings as both games were called before the seventh inning.

In game one, Inman took a few early leads but each time Moundridge responded. After the Teutons scored a run in the top of the first, Moundridge scored two in the bottom half of the inning.

The Teutons took a 3-2 lead in the top of the third inning before the Wildcats exploded for seven runs. Bryant Olson had three RBIs in the first three innings to aid the Moundridge offense.

Inman attempted to cut into the Moundridge lead in the top of the fifth with three runs, but again the Wildcats could not be contained in their half of the inning, scoring six runs to end the game due to mercy rule at 16-6.

Olson led the way for Moundridge with three hits. Chris Leddy also had three hits, while Peyton Fast had two RBIs. Collin Kohl picked up the win for Moundridge, allowing three runs on five hits and three strikeouts in 4.1 innings.

Connor Brown led Inman with there runs, two walks, and one RBI. As a team, Inman mustered only four hits.

Game two saw the Teutons again dig themselves a large hole early before battling back to make things interesting. In the end, the Moundridge offense could not be stopped.

The Wildcats led 8-2 heading into the top of the fourth before six different Teutons recorded an RBI in an eight-run fourth inning. However, Inman saw its 10-8 lead vanish in the bottom of the fourth as Moundridge scored four more.

Moundridge outscored Inman 9-1 in the next two innings before a 21-11 win.

Olson had another big game for the Wildcats, reaching base four times in four at bats with three runs scored. Kohl was a monster at the plate with a game-high five RBIs, while Fast was just as good with four RBIs and two runs scored. Noah Eichelberger, who was 3-for-4 with four runs, and Corbin Unruh, who had two hits, each had three RBIs.

Wyatt Falco pitched 2.2 innings for the win, allowing only one hit and one run while striking out three.

Inman had two hits from Brown, John Ramey, and Landen Snyder, with the latter of the group knocking home a team-high three RBIs. Six Inman errors also aided the loss.

The Wildcats host Canton-Galva on Tuesday in their next action, while Inman travels to Little River on Tuesday as well.