The Capitals without pity for the Boomers

The Capitales de Québec quickly found their way back to victory after seeing their winning streak come to an end at 12 on Friday.

The Capitals without pity for the Boomers

The Capitales de Québec quickly found their way back to victory after seeing their winning streak come to an end at 12 on Friday. They took revenge at the expense of the Schaumburg Boomers by inflicting a dry defeat of 11 to 2 on Saturday at Stade Canac.

Jeffry Parra completely changed the pace of the match - hitherto hotly contested - in the fourth set. He powered a Kyle Arjona offering out of bounds to score a grand slam, dealing a fatal blow to the visitors. Parra had also allowed David Glaude to go around the trails by hitting a sacrifice fly earlier in the game.

Patrick Scalabrini's men, however, had a risky start to the meeting. A defensive error gave Alec Craig and Chase Dawson a lead in the first inning, then a Blake Berry single sent them both home.

It was the only misstep by starting pitcher Miguel Cienfuegos (8-1), who limited the Boomers to four hits in six innings. He also had seven strikeouts.

Ian Codina, Franklin Parra and Franklin Moscatiello then took turns at the mound to muzzle visitors.

Kyle Crowl had an inspired game at bat, driving in two runs and hitting as many hits. Glaude (three hits) and Cubans Yordan Manduley and Yoelkis Guibert (two hits) were the other Boomers torturers.

The nightmare for the Illinois team continued until the eighth inning, where Josh McAdams and Crowl drove in respectively with a single and an optional.

Arjona (2-5) was powerless against the "Caps" strike force, allowing nine earned runs and as many hits.

The decisive match of this series must be presented Sunday, in Quebec.

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