The Mustangs used a quick game to boast more than just the offensive side of the diamond as starting pitcher Michael Lydon-Lorson brought a no hitter all the way up to the top of the sixth with two outs.
Right hander Lydon-Lorson dominated his way through Ozark lineup, only allowing four hits and two runs while also racking up five strikeouts through all seven innings of the shortened double header game. Lorson continued his streak of scoreless innings pitched all the way up to the seventh inning before giving up two runs on three hits, ending his streak at 22 innings.
Josh Williams would highlight the Mustangs quick sting as he started the game two for two with the game opening RBI. Williams would single home Brady Anderson with two outs to get the offense started. Following in a row the Mustangs scored with take advantage of an error by the opposing pitcher to take the 2-0 lead, an RBI groundout from Pat Dilllion the next inning. Then finishing up with a sacrifice fly from second basemen Louis Mele to score the birthday boy, Brody Santilli.
The victory puts the Mustangs at a good place as the victory gives them a record of 12-4 while also besting one of the best teams the MINK has to offer as the loss pushes the Ozark Generals to 7-4 on the season.
Game two of the doubleheader will proceed to be played at a time of approximately 7:50 as the Mustangs hope to complete the two game sweep on the day and get the first two games of the three game series.