Bucks junior Eli McLane dominated on the mound, holding Santo to only two hits over five inning as Breckenridge defeated the Wildcats 8-3.
"Eli pitched a wonderful game," Bucks coach Chris Hagler said. "He had good control and kept the batters off-balance with his pitches. We were able to manufacture some runs and capitalize on their errors."
McLane combined with freshmen Quinton Ellis and Aaron Brooks to record 16 strikeouts.
McLane fanned 13 batters while Ellis had two strikeouts and Brooks added one. McLane struck out the side in both the second and fifth innings.
Ellis went 11/3 innings in relief and Brooks recorded the final two outs.
Breckenridge picked up two unearned runs in the top of the first inning.
Junior Cruz Martinez had an RBI single in the top of the third and later scored on a passed ball to give the Bucks a 4-1 lead.
Sophomore Parker Landon drew a bases-loaded walk to add another run for Breckenridge in the top of the fourth.
Senior Pedro Ramirez scored on a passed ball in the sixth before junior Nathan Turner drove in two runs with a single to push the score to 8-1 in Breckenridge's favor.
Santon picked up their final two scores in the bottom of the sixth.
Turner, Landon and Martinez each had singles for the Bucks.
Breckenridge (3-2) wraps up play in the Eastland Tournament today, Mar. 2, before starting the district line-up on the road at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 5, against Cisco.