Scott Griggs lasted just 3 1/3 innings on the mound for the Bells in his second start; he allowed three runs and six hits and suffered from five walks. Jonny Volk, Danny Hennigs, and Andy Seamen also saw action on the hill and combined to allow nine additional runs in the blow out on seven hits while walking another four Kitsap batters.
Kitsap led 3-0 going into the seventh inning and batted through the order without a recording an out to take a dominating 12-0 lead.
The BlueJackets also dominated on the mound, allowing Bellingham to collect just three hits.
The Bells travel to Bend, Ore., on Friday, July 9 to open a three-game series against the Bend Elks, who are currently ranked No. 10 by Perfect Game Crosschecker, the definitive voice on summer collegiate rankings. Fans can catch all the action live at www.BellinghamBells.com