Avon’s attack continued early in the second half as Brandon Williams put three shots on frame in a six-minute stretch, and the Orioles broke through with 19 minutes remaining on a goal by Quinton Bridegroom.
Avon’s final goal came with just under nine minutes left, when Kleyn sent a right-to-left cross in the box to a wide-open Logan Hatter, who put it in the back of the net.
"That was pretty," Schmidt said. "Both of our second-half goals were good combination plays, with Quinton finishing the first and Logan the second. Both played great, so it was nice to see them get rewarded with a goal."
Schmidt said Avon is focused on a clichéd but time-tested mindset.
"We really are doing the old traditional one game at a time thing of trying to get better every time out," he said. "We’re looking at the here and now, not looking down the road."
For Brownsburg, getting better physically is its immediate concern.
"A little time off will help us," Frost said. "We’re still on track and we have work to do, but we do need to get healthy."