EDMOND — Hosting Choctaw Thursday evening in the Edmond Tournament, Edmond Santa Fe put up seven runs in the second inning and didn't let the Yellowjackets back in the game en route to an 11-3 win.
Down 3-1 going into the bottom of the second inning, Santa Fe staged a two-out rally, led by Jake Martin's two-run double. Four straight singles and a passed ball put the Wolves up 8-3.
The score remained thus until the bottom of the sixth, when Garrett Greenwood was hit by a pitch and scored on a triple by Quin Walbergh, who proceeded to score on a passed ball, putting the score at 10-3.
The game came to an early end in the sixth with the seldom seen walk-off pop-up, as the Wolves' K.J. Orr hit a high pop to the infield that the Choctaw pitcher lost in the lights. The ball fell to turf between the mound and first base and Santa Fe's Xavier Sundman, standing at third after the Wolves' second consecutive triple, scampered home to give Santa Fe the eight-run win in six innings.
Santa Fe pitcher Mike Jones went the distance, striking out one, walking three and allowing five hits and three earned runs in six innings.
Walbergh had a big night at the plate, going 4-for-4 with two runs scored and three RBIs. Orr and Martin each had a pair of RBIs. Greenwood had three runs scored, and Sundman crossed the plate twice.
The Edmond Tournament continues through Saturday.