Charlie Ginsburg opened the game with a single to center. After stealing second, Ginsburg scored on a Ben Cohen single to left. Sam McIntosh then singled to right, advancing Cohen to third. Ethan Crawford followed with a line single to left center, scoring Cohen and sending McIntosh to third. Tommy Quanstrom plated McIntosh with a sacrifice fly, and the Giants led 3-0 after their first at-bat.
The Giants added three more runs in the second. Thomas Johnson led off the inning with a walk. Ginsburg followed with a bloop single to right. Cohen brought them both home with a shot up the gap in left-center for a double. After Cohen advanced to third on a wild pitch, McIntosh brought him home with an RBI groundout.
Mikey Bender started on the mound for the Giants and was very impressive on short rest, striking out eight over his five innings of work and yielding only one run.
The Giants continued to add on in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings, with Crawford, Quanstrom, Asher Jacobs, McIntosh and Bodie Jehling delivering RBIs.
Zane Kempler relieved Bender in the bottom of the sixth, striking out two to end the game after six innings based on MCAL mercy rules.
Cohen paced the Giants offensively with three RBIs and three runs scored. McIntosh, Crawford and Quanstrom had two RBIs apiece, and Ginsburg led the Giants with four runs scored.
Next game for the frosh is at San Marin at 11:00 AM on Saturday.