Malvern swept a doubleheader against visiting Sebring this past weekend, winning the first game 5-2.
Jaret Majestic earned the win as he pitched six and 2/3 innings, giving up two runs, one earned, on seven hits, striking out 10.
Gavyn Potts recorded the final for the save.
Jake Foster led the offensive attack with two singles, a double and two runs scored.
In game two, Potts and Drew Hutchison each had a single, double and two runs scored in leading Malvern to an 11-5 victory.
Chase Meyer earned the win in relief, giving up no runs on just one hit.
Hunter Mullins had two hits, four RBIs and a run scored; and Majestic singled twice and scored two runs.
"It was a very good day for the Hornets," stated Head Coach Matt Chiurco. "Although we didn't feel like we played our best, we will certainly take two wins. We made some mistakes in the field, but luckily they didn't come back to bite us.
"Jaret was very good in game one and had command throughout the game. Jake got going at the plate and that was a good sign to see. In game two, we really persevered. It was a back and forth game for four 1/2 innings, but once Hunter got the big two-out, two-run single to put us ahead in the fifth, we really exploded after that.
"Chase came on in relief and was just simply outstanding. He went the last four innings and only needed 37 pitches to get through them. He challenged the hitters and it was a great to see. That is a big confidence booster for him going forward."
Garaway - 5
Malvern - 0
Earlier in the week, the Hornets dropped a 5-0 decision to Garaway.
Getting base hits were Potts, Majestic, Austin Patterson, Foster and Hutchison.
Hutchison pitched five innings, giving up five runs, four earned, on seven hits, striking out three.
"We played real well against a good Garaway team," noted Coach Chiurco. "We had runners in scoring position in both the first and third innings, but we just couldn't get that big hit.
"Drew got a little tired in the fifth and kept the ball up, which just resulted in a lot of hits. However, it was a step in the right direction, and the guys are gaining more confidence with each game."
Malvern (2-3) will host Ridgewood on Monday, April 17; and Tusky Central on Wednesday, April 19.