The Gents have won eight of their last 10 games to improve to 16-10 with Monday’s victory.
Once again, the Gents broke out the big sticks, banging out 13 hits off four different Crusader pitchers.
Kyron Benoit got the Gents going early, driving a leadoff triple to the wall in center in the second inning. He eventually scored the first run of the game on a passed ball.
The Gents added two more runs in the frame on a bases-loaded walk to Jake Trahan and an error.
Crowley scored four more runs in the third inning, two coming off a single from Chad Hoffpauir.
The Gents put the finishing touches on the game in the fifth when Trahan plated two more runs on a single.
Crowley sent three pitchers to the mound in the contest with Beau Desselle picking up the victory. Desselle gave up two runs on no hits and three walks. He struck out three in three and a third innings.
Taylor Bertrand got three and two third innings of work in, giving up three runs on five hits and five walks. He struck out two.
Trahan closed in the seventh and gave up one hit while striking out two.
Benoit was a home run shy of the cycle, hitting a single double and triple to lead the Gents at the plate.
Mike Doughty singled, doubled and drove in one run, while Bertrand, Nick Hoffpauir and Seth Beglis each had two hits. Trahan singled and drove in three runs while Chad Hoffpauir and Tyler Dupuis each had a hit and a RBI.