Madison Cats pose for a photo in Twin Falls after winning the Donnelly tournament.

Madison Cats pose for a photo in Twin Falls after winning the Donnelly tournament. Bottom row, left to right: Ceigan Sutton, Cody Rydalch, Kam Kostial, Riley Sutton, Ikakai Jensen, Jett Merrill, Isaac Walker. Top row, left to right: Coach Ty Walker, Coach Ron Ball, Reid Nelson, Marc Telford, Carter Stapelman, Brendon Ball, Jace Leatham, Tyler Pena.

The Madison Cats traveled to Twin Falls this weekend where they went 4-0 to win the Donnelley Tournament.

In their first game Madison dominated North Cache 16-0 in five innings. They scored two or three runs in every inning but the second; in the second, they scored six runs.

Tyler Pena pitched three innings allowing two hits with two strikeouts and no walks. Reid Nelson pitched two innings allowing two hits with one walk and one strikeout.

Kameron Kostial, Jace Leatham and Mason Parker made a double play.

Pena went 3/4 at the plate with a double and Brendon Ball, Ikakai Jensen, Kameron Kostial and Jace Leatham each hit doubles. Tyler Pena and Isaac Walker each batted in three runs.

I didn’t get much easier for the Cats’ opponent in their second game Thursday when they beat the Boise Barons 15-2. The Cats rode an 11 run third to a five-inning victory.

Kostial pitched three innings allowing two hits and a run with two strikeouts and two walks. Marc Telford pitched two innings allowing three hits and one run with five strikeouts and no walks.

Brendon Ball went 3/3 at the plate and Nelson and Pena each hit triples and Kostial hit a double.

In their game Friday, Madison beat the Kimberly Astros 13-5 in five innings. After trailing for four and a half innings, Madison scored nine runs in the fifth to end the game.

Ball pitched a little over three innings allowing seven hits and five runs with two strikeouts and four walks. Isaac Walker pitched two innings allowing one hit and no runs with five strikeouts and no walks.

No Madison player hit more than two times and Cody Rydalch was the lone batter to hit a double butnine of 11 players made hits and eight of those players batted in runs.. Rydalch led the team with two RBIs.

In their final game, Madison beat the Blackfoot Broncos in their only tournament game that went seven innings.

Pena pitched a little over four innings allowing five hits and six runs with three strikeouts and three walks. Nelson pitched two innings allowing two strikeouts and three walks.

Kostial, Leatham and Walker made a triple play.

Leatham went 3/3 at the plate and Telford went 3/4 with two doubles. Kostial alos hit a double.

Madison plays their next games Tuesday against the Bonneville Bees A at Madison Junior High at 4 and 6 p.m.