Jared Sterling picked up the win, giving up 10 hits, walking one and fanning seven. Clint Crane took the loss for Wister.
The Wildcats got on the board first. Devon Midgley led off the game with a double, and was drove in by Logan Warren. Silo countered quickly in the bottom half. B.W. Savage smacked a double, immediately followed up by a Dillon Bolin double that drove in Savage. Kyle Tate would later single in Bolin, giving Silo a 2-1 lead at the end of the first inning.
Wister reclaimed the lead in the second inning, when Jon Watts singled in two runs, giving Wister a 3-2 advantage.
Silo would storm back with a fury in the third inning. Shawn Hendricks led off with a towering home run over the center field wall, tying the game. Bolin and Mason Dye followed up with singles to keep the momentum going. Tate would single in Bolin, followed by Tristan Mantzke driving in Dye. Tate, Mantzke, and Trey Johnson would all score later on passed balls. Savage would drive in Sterling to cap a seven run inning, giving Silo an 9-3 lead.
Wister would pick up a run in the fifth, as well as two in the sixth to narrow the gap. But Silo pulled away in the sixth, picking up five more runs, leading to the final score of 14-6.
B.W. Savage had a big day, going 3-4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Hendricks went 2-3 with a home run, two RBI and three runs scored. Tate was 3-4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Leonard Sandler was 2-2 with an RBI, and Mantzke had two runs batted in.