MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- All but two players on the Red Team had at least one hit, as the team recorded its second straight win over the Blue Team, taking game two of the 14U Trials with an 8-3 victory Monday evening at St. Thomas University.

Red blew open a 2-2 game with a run in the fourth, three in the fifth and two runs in the sixth. Matt Vogel had three hits, two stolen bases and two runs scored. Chris Rivera had two more RBIs to pace the Red Team, as he upped his total to four on the trials.

A three-run fifth for Red put the game out of reach for the Blue Team. Ryan Kirby was hit with one out and advanced to second on a fielder's choice by James Ziegler. Nate Mondou then brought home pinch-runner Grayson Ivey with a single to left to make it a 4-2 cushion.

The next play was the dagger for the Blue Team, as a Charles Byers single plated Ziegler. Mondou moved up to third on the left fielder's errant throw to the plate and then scored as Jake Jarvis overthrew third base. Byers motored all the way over to third on the play, giving Red a 6-2 lead.

Ivey and Ziegler continued to pile on the runs in the sixth. Ivey recorded an RBI single, and Ziegler lined a double down the left-field line to bring in the eighth and final Red run.

Jordan Kron picked up the pitching win for Red, throwing two scoreless innings. Jarvis suffered the loss for Blue, struggling through the middle-inning Red barrage.

The game looked as if it would be closer than Sunday night's contest when the two teams traded two-run innings to start the game. Red started where it left off last night, by scoring two runs in the first. Three straight hits plated two runs, as Vogel singled down the left-field line to start the rally. A.J. Balta then tripled to the right-center gap to bring home Vogel, and Rivera laced a single to left to make it 2-0 Blue after one inning.

Blue did what it could not do last night: respond right away. Kennon Fontenot walked to start the inning and advanced to third on an Austin Marty single to short. After Marty stole second, Stephen Nogosek hit a long fly ball to center to bring home Fontenot for the first run. Kohl Hostert then came up with a two-out single to bring in Marty to tie the game at two before Red pulled away in the fourth inning.

The 14U Trials continue on Tuesday, as the two teams will play during their morning session at 9:00 a.m. ET. It will be the last trial game before the final 18-man roster is selected.