Montgomery plated a run in each of the first four innings against Miley, who was making his second start for the Shuckers. Ryan Boldt, the second batter of the game poked a ball into left that carried out in the first. The left field jet stream became an oft-used well for hitters on Sunday. Dalton Kelley added an opposite field shot in the second, and in a 3-0 game, Brandon Lowe did the same from the left side of the plate. Miley allowed four runs on six hits over 3+ innings on 63 pitches before he was replaced by RHP Luis Ortiz.
The seventh inning turned the game into a high-scoring affair. With the wind howling all day, Michael Russell reached on an inward-blowing ball to right field that would be routine on another day. Boldt then reached on a Jake Gatewood error before Nick Solak sent a no-doubter out to left. In the bottom of the frame, Stokes Jr. belted his second homer of the year to left field, a two-run shot to make it a 7-3 game.
In the ninth, the Biscuits added six unnecessary insurance runs. RHP Josh Uhen and RHP Wuilder Rodriguez each surrendered three runs on a combined four hits, two walks and a hit batter. Russell and Nathan Lukes each finished a home run shy of the cycle for Montgomery. Looking for a home run, Russell grounded out to first base in the ninth.