North Webster 18, Bossier 0
Judd Wesson didn’t allow a single run as North Webster Knights defeated Bossier 18-0 on Saturday. Wesson allowed just two hits.
North Webster secured the victory thanks to 12 runs in the fourth inning. The big inning was thanks to singles by Cooper Sanders, Mason Haynes, Wesson, Kyle Dinkins, and Conner Budwah, a walk by Peyton Ingle, by Collin McKenzie, and a double by Dakota Davison.
The Knights got things moving in the first inning by scoring two runs when Sawyer Wages doubled.
North Webster scored 12 runs in the fourth inning. Their big bats in the inning were led by singles by Sanders, Haynes, Wesson, Dinkins, and Budwah, a walk by Ingle, by McKenzie, and a double by Davison.
One bright spot for Bossier was a single by Kaleb McClinton in the second inning.
Wesson was credited with the victory for North Webster Knights. The hurler allowed two hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out four and walking one.
Kody Harlow took the loss for Bossier. The bulldog surrendered 13 runs on ten hits over three innings.
North Webster totaled 14 hits. Wesson, Sanders, and Wages each managed multiple hits. Wages, Sanders and Wesson each collected two hits. North Webster stole 16 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. McKenzie led the way with four.
St. Mary 15, Doyline Panthers 0
Doyline Panthers fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 15-0 loss to St. Mary on Friday. St. Mary took the lead on a single in the second inning.
The Panthers struggled to contain the high-powered offense of St. Mary, giving up 15 runs.
St. Mary fired up the offense in the second inning, when Ethan Busby singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.
A single by Kenneth Lee in the third inning was a positive for Doyline.
Busby was the winning pitcher for St. Mary. The ace went two innings, allowing zero runs on zero hits, striking out three and walking zero. Nathan Slaughter, Payne Williams and Ben Bienvenu all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory.
Noah Spears took the loss for the Panthers. The righthander allowed seven hits and five runs over five innings, striking out six and walking one.
Lee went 1-for-2 at the plate to lead the Panthers in hits.
Graeme Fidelak led St. Mary with two hits in three at bats.
Glenbrook 10, Mangham 1
Glenbrook Apaches won big over Mangham Saturday.
In the first inning, Glenbrook got their offense started. Cale Hollis drew a walk, scoring on run.
Glenbrook tallied four runs in the seventh inning, thanks to home runs by Landry Powell and Turner McLelland.
McLelland was the winning pitcher for Glenbrook. He allowed six hits and one run over five innings, striking out 10.
Easton Sanders threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen. Sanders recorded the last six outs to earn the save for the Apaches.
Curtis took the loss of Mangham. The bulldog lasted five and two-third innings, allowing six hits and six runs while striking out eight.
Glenbrook saw the ball well, racking up 10 hits in the game. Cason Clemons, Seth Magnum and Hayden Harmon each managed multiple hits for the Apaches. Clemons went 3 for 3 at the plate to lead the team in hits.
Mangham scattered eight hits in the game. Huber and Almond each collected multiple hits.
Minden 12, Taylor 2
Minden Crimson Tide had all cylinders firing on offense Saturday, winning big over Taylor.
Taylor got on the board in the first inning when an error scored one run for Taylor.
Brandon Winston took the win for Minden, allowing seven hits and two runs over six innings, striking out seven and walking one.
Cranford took the loss for Taylor. The hurler allowed six hits and six runs over two innings, striking out one and walking one.
The Tide smacked one home run on the day. Jacob Jackson went deep in the first inning.
The Crimson Tide totaled 12 hits. Andrew Cooper, Jackson Mayfield, Price Miller and Jackson each racked up multiple hits for the Tide. Cooper went 3 for 4 at the plate to lead the Tide in hits.
Taylor racked up seven hits in the game. Cranford and Smith each managed multiple hits in three at-bats. Taylor was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Pitre had the most chances in the field with four.
Powered by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media.
To report an issue or typo with this article – CLICK HERE