Glynn Academy capitalized on five two-out walks to tally five sixth-inning runs in a 9-5 win over South Effingham on Monday in Brunswick.
The Terrors, who scored all their other runs in the opening frame, collected only three hits during the decisive inning.
Kaleb Johnson and Nick Duke paced the Mustangs (2-2) with two hits each. Johnson also scored twice.
Duke, Carson Spendiff, Hunter Walthour and Bryce Ogle added South Effingham RBI.
Walthour was the losing pitcher in relief of Nick Milbrandt, who worked the first four frames.
The contest was scheduled as a Mustangs home game but was moved to Glynn Academy because of soggy conditions.
South Effingham's next game is at Screven County on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.