Garrett Autrey and Brad Picha led an offensive explosion of 51 runs over 42 innings as the Jackets went 4-2 over the North Texas Rotational Tournament beginning on Thursday.

Stephenville started the tourney by taveling to Graham where they stomped Breckenridge 11-1 to open play.

Dominic Jokel got the win by tossing four innings and striking out five, in addition to driving in four runs at the dish.

Picha had a double and a triple en rout to driving in two, while Autrey also had a three-bagger.

Nick Young also had two doubles.

To end day one, Stephenville played bad guests by beating the host team13-8.

Autrey pitched four innings and struck out six for his second victory of the season, while going 4-4 from the plate with two doubles, two homers and three batted in.

Reese Robinson also went 4-4 with a double and two RBIs.

Taylor Levisay had a two-bagger and Young ripped a triple.

On day two, Stephenville continued its winning ways with a 9-5 victory over Mineral Wells in Decatur on Friday.

Blake Pair got the win by going five and a third innings.

Picha and Levisay each had a double, and Autrey was a homer shy of the cycle at 3-4.

The Jackets ended Friday with another win against the host team, knocking off Decatur 9-1.

Matt Mabry pitched a surprising complete game victory allowing six hits and one strike out.

Picha, Pair and Mabry each drove in two runs each.

Things went south for Stephenville when they ended the tournament on Saturday in Azle.

The Jackets started with the host team and lost 12-3.

Parker Davis took the loss for the Jackets.

Both Picha and Autrey belted a solo jack in the lopsided loss.

In the final contest, Stephenville fell to Springtown 12-6.

Seth Adams went three and a third innings for the Jackets and took the loss.

Robinson had a double and two RBIs, while Picha hit a triple and Autrey went deep for the fourth time of the tournament.

Stephenville will begin district action on Tuesday against Granbury at 7 p.m.