It took awhile for the offense to get going in game two, but Bishop Carroll's pitching did their part in keeping East off the board en route to a 5-0 win in game two of Monday night's doubleheader.
Mason Baalmann got things started early for Carroll, smacking a double to score the game's first run in the top of the first inning.
That was all the insurance senior Jack Ebright needed, throwing 6 innings of shutout ball, allowing just four hits and striking out nine.
In game one, it was sophomore Jorey Faber that went five innings without giving up a run in a game that featured much more offense, with Faber exiting with a 7-0 lead. Carroll plated five more runs in the sixth, and got the 12-1 win in six innings after East scored on a Casey Steward solo shot to end the shutout bid.