The Noblesville Millers varsity baseball team completed a three-game sweep of Hoosier Crossroads rival Brownsburg on Saturday with 13-3, 10-run rule victory, on Senior Day.

In the final two games of the series, the Millers amassed 34 runs and 24 hits. Noblesville defeated the Bulldogs 21-8 on Friday and won 4-2 last Thursday in the series opener.

“This has been a crazy series,” Noblesville head coach Justin Keever said. “Brownsburg is a scrappy team. We were lucky to escape the opening game with a victory, and Friday was just a strange game. The ball was just flying out of the park, and (Saturday) Jackson Ramey and our guys did a great job of limiting them any freebies until that last inning.”

Noblesville got on the scoreboard early Saturday, with one run in the first inning on the help of a double by Cooper Miles. He later scored on a fielder’s choice by senior Jacob Thieman.

The Millers added three more runs in the second inning. Brownsburg pitcher Garrett Copley walked the bases loaded before senior Mark Goudy unleashed a double off the wall, scoring Tyler Owens. It could’ve scored two, but Noblesville had a runner picked off first base earlier in the inning. D.J. Owens followed Goudy’s double with a double, scoring Cooper Miles and Goudy.

D.J. Owens had three hits, and Miles and Jackson Ramey had two hits each to lead the Millers.

“We are just really locked in at the plate right now,” Noblesville head coach Justin Keever said. “We had some pretty good drives, and we held off the bad pitches and were just able to get on base in a variety of ways. We are just doing a really good job of adjusting to what our opponents are giving us and taking advantage of the opportunities.”

With the Millers leading 4-0, senior pitcher Ramey was getting the run support he needed, and he was shutting down the Bulldogs early.

Ramey held Brownsburg scoreless the first three innings, allowing just three hits and forcing the Bulldogs into easy groundouts and fly outs.

“Jackson does a good job with his off-speed pitches, and he has really just been able to locate the strike zone,” Keever said. “He doesn't throw extremely hard, but he has been extremely efficient in pounding the strike zone.”

Noblesville exploded for six more runs in the third inning, registering four hits, reaching on an error and drawing three walks. The big blast was a three-run triple by Thieman. The Millers took a 10-0 lead into the fourth inning.

The victory improved the Millers to 17-10, after starting the campaign 6-8. The contribution of the seniors has not gone unnoticed by Keever.

“This group of eight guys has been unbelievably fun to watch,” Keever said. “They have taken the ownership to invest in the legacy of Noblesville Miller baseball, and that is how they’ve always wanted to be remembered, in not making it about themselves, but making it about the team. Their hard work has shown that. They all really care about their teammates, and that is a great example of how we want Miller baseball to be. We are going to miss them.”

Noblesville plays at Avon on Wednesday.