The Madison College WolfPack won their second game of the NJCAA Division II College World Series, beating the Heartland Community College Hawks on Monday.
The WolfPack used a season-high 19 hits to down the Hawks, 13-4.
The WolfPack got on the scoreboard first on a Landon Tenhagen single to left that scored Treysen Vavra in the first inning.
Madison College added four more runs in the third inning to take a 5-0 early lead after three and half innings. In the bottom half of the third inning, Heartland finally got the board with a Michael Collins two-run home run.
Madison College responded to Heartland's first score with four more runs of their own over the next three innings including one run in the fourth and three runs in the sixth. Heartland scored two runs in the seventh but the WolfPack once again responded by scoring two runs in each of the final two innings to runaway with the game, 13-4.
The No. 5 nationally ranked Madison College WolfPack got payback against the No. 2 nationally ranked Highland Community College Hawks for a March 19 loss.
With the 13-4 win, this time around, the WolfPack advance to play the winner of Des Moines Area Community College and Western Oklahoma State College on Wednesday.