Polk Middle's Matthew Jarrett had two hits and drew two walks in Monday's win

Winning is becoming contagious for Polk County Middle’s baseball team.

The Wolverines rolled Monday to their second straight win, handing Flat Rock Middle a 13-3 setback at Polk County Recreation Complex.

Polk Middle (2-3) trailed 3-2 entering the bottom of the fourth, but took command of the game with an epic 11-run rally.

The Wolverines sent 16 batters to the plate in the inning, with Matthew Jarrett singling and scoring twice in the inning. Gavin Waldbillig doubled and scored twice, and Polk also got a base hit from Callum Eadus in the rally.

Also reaching base and scoring were Nate Fagan, Callaway Cameron, Simms Harris, Matt Foy and Brantley Hall.

“We hit the ball really well with two ropes by Brantley Hall and Gavin Waldbillig,” said Polk Middle head coach Alston Rikard. “I’m proud of the boys tonight for all the effort they’ve put in.”

Polk Middle scored once in both of the first two innings, with a bases-loaded walk to Cameron forcing in a run in the first and Harris being hit by a pitch in the second inning scoring another.

Jarrett finished 2-for-2 and walked twice, with Waldbillig, Hall and Eadus adding base hits. Polk batters drew 10 walks in the game.

Fagan earned the win on the mound, striking out seven and scattering five hits.

Polk Middle will be back in action on Wednesday, hosting Brevard Middle in a 4:30 p.m. game.