GREENWICH, Conn. Jack Voigt hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the top of the sixth and Brian Schutzman hurled a complete-game two-hitter as the Brunswick baseball team handed Hopkins of New Haven its first loss of the season Thursday. The 2-1 win was the eighth in a row for the Bruins.
Schutzman struck out six in the seven-inning effort, bringing his season total to 28 in 25 innings pitched. Brunswick committed four errors, but Schutzman wiggled out of trouble each time. Hopkins' only run was unearned.
Voigt's two-run shot was just Brunswick's third hit of the day. It was the biggest win yet for the red-hot Bruins, knocking off the first-place team in the Fairchester Athletic Association.
Brunswick (8-2) travels to Pottstown, Pa., on Saturday to play a doubleheader against the Hill School.
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