Franklin (4-4) scored nine runs in the final two innings, including an eight-run explosion in the top of the seventh, to come from behind and pick up a big 11-3 win over Kelley-Rex rival King Philip (4-6) on Sunday in Wrentham.
Panthers pitcher Zane Byrne, making his first start of the season, gave up three runs on four hits in the bottom of the first but settled down and finished with six scoreless innings allowing only one more hit and three more base runners.
Franklin High School Panthers
“We were fighting against ourselves early and Zane was a little excited in his first start and was a little off, but I was really proud of how he and the team settled in, righted the ship, and started to play good baseball,” said Franklin coach Zach Brown. “It was a much-needed win against a high quality opponent.”
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