Paris scored in the 4th thanks to a long ball. With one out, Morris singled and the next batter, Behringer hit a 2-run homer. The next two batters went down.
Leading just 4-2 in the bottom of the 4th, Shelby got the separation they needed. Baker led off with a single, but was out going to 2nd. Neil Yockey reached base and Tyler Hendryx reached on an error.
Vonderheide singled a run in. Keown singled a run in. Vonderheide got to 3rd on errors, then stole home. With two outs, Hatfield singled and Shelby was up 8-2.
Paris went in order in the 5th on two ground balls to the mound and a pop up to Yockey at short. Shelby was still hot from the 4th and pulled away further from Paris.
Cole singled, Baker singled for the third time, and Yockey walked. Hendryx singled two runs in and Vonderheide sacrificed runners over. Keown walked and Theis drove in a run on a ground out, 11-2 Shelby.
Vonderheide threw a K in the 6th, an error allowed a runner on and Vonderheide gave up a single. He then rang up the next two batters. Shelby was scoreless in the 6th. No matter, Vonderheide rang up the first two batters in the 7th and Yockey threw out the other.
Shelby went down in order in the 7th. Paris got a runner to 3rd in the 8th, but no further. Aaron White came on in relief and gave up two walks. A fielder’s choice moved a runner to 3rd.
With runners at 1st and 3rd an infield fly rule froze the runners. A ground out ended Paris best last chance to get a run across.
In the bottom of the 8th, Theis drew a lead-off walk. Hatfield went deep, just not deep enough. It was caught to keep Paris alive. With one out, Trevor Moore walked. Cole came to the plate and smoked a double, driving in the game-ending run, 12-2.