Madison's Ceigan Sutton(10) slides past Bonneville's pitcher to score a run.

Madison’s Ceigan Sutton(10) slides past Bonneville’s pitcher to score a run.

The Madison Cats blew out the Bonneville Bees single A in both of their games Tuesday then lost two games to the Idaho Falls Knights on Thursday.  

In the first game Tuesday, Madison won 11-1 in six innings.

Trey Holloway pitched six innings allowing five hits and one run with nine strikeouts and two walks.

Adrian Blanco and Tyler Pena made a double play.

Pena and Isaac Walker went 2/3 at the plate and Reid Nelson went 2/2.

In their second game Tuesday, the Cats beat Bonneville 13-3 in six innings.

Brendon Ball pitched a little over five innings allowing seven hits and three runs with seven strikeouts and two walks. Kameron Kostial also threw six pitches. 

In their first game Thursday, Madison lost 9-5.

Tyler Pena went 3/4 at the plate with triple and Marc Telford and Ceigan Sutton each hit doubles.

Isaac Walker pitched a little over three innings allowing no hits and five runs with eight strikeouts and five walks. Kameron Kostial pitched three innings allowing five hits and four runs with no strikeouts and three walks. 

Sutton, Telford and Walker made a double play.

In their second game against the Knights, Madison lost 5-1. 

Ikakai made the team's lone hit and stole a base.

Pena pitched five innings allowing one hit and three runs with five strikeouts and six walks. Telford pitched two innings allowing two hits and two runs with two strikeouts and one walk. 

Madison’s next games are Friday against Post 43 Giants 18U at Jackson Hole High School. They play at 5 and 7 p.m.