Heading into Thursday’s game against Tri-City, the most runs the Pilots had scored in a game was seven against Wilson June 4 and the Chili Peppers Sunday.

However, Peninsula’s (10-3) offense erupted for 15 runs in a 15-10 victory over Tri-City (4-10) behind multi-RBI games from infielder Jack Dragum, utility Erik Stock, first baseman Hunter Hart and center fielder Trey Morgan. The win snaps the Pilots’ three-game road losing streak.

Peninsula heads back to War Memorial Stadium Friday to face the Chili Peppers for the sixth time this season, as it is 4-1 against Tri-City on the season. First pitch is at 7 p.m. and gates open at 5:30 p.m.