With a mark in the loss column, the Bears were a game away from the end of their season. It came in the very next day when they battled Edison, New Jersey.Again, Boyertown got the early lead. They netted two runs in the bottom of the first inning thanks to a two-run homer by Cody Kulp.
After Edison cut the lead to one with a run in the top of the fourth, Nole Saylor cracked a two-run bomb of his own in the sixth to make it 4-1 in Boyertown's favor.
But Ethan Moser, who pitched well until the seventh, gave up two runs in the seventh before being pulled for Nate Schnell. He gave up two more runs without getting an out and Edision completed the inning with five runs crossing home plate.
The New Jersey squaded added one more in the eighth then put the game away with a five-run ninth.
The Boyertown offense managed 10 hits in the contest, including three from Ryan Zakszeski. Saylore had a pair of hits with two runs scored and three RBIs.