The Bulldogs had 17 hits in Game 2 and left seven runners on base after leaving 14 on in Game 1. Lapel also hit three home runs, with Land and Rich hitting two-run shots to go along with Burnell’s three run homer.
Rich’s shot came in the sixth and was the game-ending hit.
Shenandoah finished with two hits in Game 2 and left a total of 15 runners on base. Goyette and Krathwohl had three hits apiece for the Raiders.
The two wins gave the Bulldogs a shot of confidence going into sectional play after dropping a 4-3 decision to Wapahani in eight innings. Wapahani will be Lapel’s first-round opponent in 10 days.
Both wins came from freshmen pitchers, and Scott Rich was happy with the way both pitched, especially Daniels.
“They want to be in the circle,” Rich said of Daniels and McGuire. “They’ve been good for us all year.”
Shenandoah (14-9) hosts Cowan on Monday while Lapel (15-10) will host Guerin Catholic on Tuesday in its final home regular-season game.