The North Shore Navigators continued to right the ship last night against Seacoast, taking their third meeting with the Mavs in the last two days, 4-0.
Navs starting pitcher Justin Davis improved to 4-0 on the summer and allowed just four baserunners over five innings. He shared the shutout with fellow North Shore hurlers Mick Terzi, Kyle Gauthier and Brandon Walsh.
North Shore (13-12) had split a doubleheader against the Mavericks yesterday. Peabody native Pat Ruotolo, who graduated from high school just a few weeks ago, got the start for Seacoast and allowed two runs over five innings with three strikeouts.
Tim Hendricks hit a 2-run double in the first to put the Navigators on top early. They stayed there for the duration, with Eddie Reese adding an RBI on a fielder’s choice and Colin Graves coming up with an RBI double in the sixth.
Graves was the only multi-hit man for the Navs, with two, while Andrew Brodbeck, John Hennessey and Forrest Johnson also had hits.
The Navigators are off today and will look to keep the winning going tomorrow when they return home to face Wachusett.