BOONVILLE — The Adirondack Trail Blazers exploded for 31 combined runs in a doubleheader sweep of the Geneva Red Wings at home Sunday in the Perfect Game Baseball League.
The Red Wings came in 17-7 but Adirondack blitzed them with four runs in the fourth to take a 4-1 lead, then added five in the fifth and seven in the sixth to win game one 16-1.
Ryan Solimine threw a complete game for the win, allowing five hits and striking out five.
Adirondack pounded out three home runs, one each by Randy Flores, Alec Burns and Andy Hague. Burns and Daniel Irisarri had three-hit nights. Flores drove in four and Burns had five RBIs.
The offensive blitz continued in the second game, as the Trail Blazers opened up an 11-0 lead by the end of the third. Geneva would fight back and cut the lead to 11-5 in the middle of the fifth but Adirondack scored four in the fifth and went on to a 15-8 win.
Steven Miller was the winner, allowing five runs — two earned — on five hits and two walks over 5 1/3 innings. He fanned six.
Vincent Cimini hit his first two homers of the season and Irisarri hit his first. Cimini drove in six and scored twice. Irisarri had a three-hit game — falling a triple short of a cycle — with two runs and three RBIs.