Emma Hayford didn't allow a hit in her two innings on the mound in Wednesday's game

Home, away, it doesn’t matter at this point – Polk Middle is piling up runs no matter the venue.

The Wolverines continued their early-season scoring frenzy on Wednesday, rolling past Hendersonville Middle 19-2 in their home opener at Polk County Recreation Complex.

Polk Middle (2-0-1) has scored 48 runs in three games. The Wolverines only batted twice Wednesday in accumulating their highest run total to date.

Hendersonville Middle aided the Wolverine cause with 11 walks and five errors. That helped Polk score eight runs in the first inning and 11 more in the second.

There were key base hits amid the free passes. Izzy Young and Camdyn Israel-Garrett had back-to-back singles in the first, with Emma Hayford also adding a base hit during the initial eight-run rally.

Three more hits came as part of the 11-run outburst in the second, those from Kenzie Alm, Young again and Minda McComas. Young finished 2-for-2 with three RBI and three runs scored.

Hayford pitched two hitless innings and struck out three, with McComas striking out two in her one inning on the mound.

Polk Middle is back at home on Monday, with Flat Rock Middle visiting for a 4:30 p.m. game.

Izzy Young had two hits and fired a strike to first base to retire a Hendersonville Middle batter in the second inning of Wednesday’s game