Minden Crimson Tide 16, Bossier Bearkats 1
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North Webster takes high-scoring game from Farmerville
Bats were blistered as North Webster Knights defeated Union Parish (Farmerville) 16-6 Tuesday.
North Webster Knights secured the victory thanks to 12 runs in the first inning. Their offense in the inning came from singles by Collin McKenzie, Jace Wesson, and Cooper Sanders, walks by Sawyer Wages and McKenzie, doubles by Judd Wesson and Dakota Davison, by Nathan Bernard and an error on a ball put in play by Wages.
North Webster got things moving in the first inning, when McKenzie singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
Union Parish scored three runs in the fourth inning. Batters contributing to the big inning included Bennet, Nute and Hill, all knocking in runs in the inning.
Wages earned the win for North Webster Knights. Wages allowed five hits and five runs over three and a third innings, striking out four.
Traylor took the loss for Farmerville. Traylor allowed three hits and four runs over three and two-thirds innings, striking out four.
Bennet started the game. The bulldog lasted one-third of an inning, allowing five hits and 12 runs while striking out one
McKenzie, Davison, Bernard, Sanders, Jayden Hill, Wesson, Colby Dinkins and Wesson all had one hit to lead North Webster Knights .
Farmerville scattered eight hits in the game. Bennet and Hill each racked up multiple hits. Bennet went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Union Parish in hits.
MHS takes victory over Loyola in pitchers’ duel
Both teams were strong on the pitcher’s mound Monday, but Minden Crimson Tide defeated Loyola College Prep Flyers 2-1. Jaxon Smith allowed just three hits to Loyola.
The Crimson Tide got on the board in the first inning when Jakobe Jackson drove in one on a Jackson double.
Smith earned the win for Minden. The pitcher allowed three hits and one run over seven innings, striking out six and walking one.
Gavin Brint took the loss for Loyola College Prep Flyers. Brint allowed five hits and two runs over three and a third innings, striking out two.
Bryson Ranger, Jackson, Brandon Winston, Brody Bower and Elliott Sheppard each collected one hit to lead Minden.
Loyola was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Cain Feibel had the most chances in the field with five.
Lakeside defeats Evangel in blow out victory
Eight runs in the fourth inning led Lakeside Warriors past Evangel Christian Academy Eagles 10-4 Monday. Lakeside’s big bats were led by Matthew Aguilera, Jordan Isbell, Eli Musgraves, Bradley Dick, Cade Boley and Aguilera, all driving in runs in the inning.
Lakeside fired up the offense in the second inning, when Aguilera singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring one run.
In the bottom of the second inning, Evangel Christian Academy Eagles tied things up at two when Brody Turnipseed laid down a sacrifice bunt, scoring one run.
Lakeside pulled away for good with eight runs in the fourth inning. Aguilera singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring two runs, Isbell singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring one run, Musgraves tripled on a 2-0 count, scoring two runs, Dick singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring one run, Parker Fulghum induced Boley to hit into a fielder’s choice, but one run scored and Aguilera singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
Isbell was the winning pitcher for the Warriors. The pitcher allowed three hits and three runs over six and a third innings, striking out four. Boley and CJ Watts entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
Reid Wilson took the loss for the Eagles. The bulldog allowed ten hits and seven runs over three innings, striking out one and walking zero.
Lakeside Warriors scattered 16 hits in the game. Aguilera, Jon Jon Dick, Boley, Hunter Sutton and Musgraves all had multiple hits. Dick and Aguilera each collected three hits to lead the team.
Glenbrook’s three pitchers work together in no-hitter to defeat Arcadia
Glenbrook Apaches’s three pitchers didn’t allow a single hit, as they defeated Arcadia 15-0 on Monday. Ryan Reagan induced a fly out from J Salvaterra to get the last out of the game.
Glenbrook got things started in the first inning when Cason Clemons singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.
The Apaches notched seven runs in the second inning. Their big bats were led by Easton Sanders, Garrett Brown, Toby Haulmark, Seth Mangrum and Landry Powell, all driving in runs in the inning.
Clemons was on the pitcher’s mound for Glenbrook. The hurler went two innings, allowing zero runs on zero hits, striking out five and walking zero.
T Davis started the game for Arcadia. Davis allowed two hits and six runs over one and one-third innings. A Gipson, R Crawley and K Jackson each contributed in relief.
Mangrum led Glenbrook with two hits in two at-bats. The Apaches didn’t commit a single error in the field. Sanders had the most chances in the field with seven. Hayden Harmon led with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with seven stolen bases.
Walk-Off Seals Win For Red River Against Doyline Panthers
It came down to the last play, but Doyline Panthers ended up on the wrong end of a 3-2 defeat to Red River on Monday. The game was tied at two with Red River batting in the bottom of the ninth when Carpel singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring one run.
The pitching was strong on both sides. Red River pitchers struck out eight, while Doyline sat down 13.
Red River fired up the offense in the first inning. Carpel drove in one when Carpel singled.
In the top of the sixth inning, the Panthers tied things up at two. Cameron Johnson singled on a 3-2 count, scoring two runs.
Ethan Williamson took the win for Red River. The fireballer allowed six hits and two runs over nine innings, striking out eight.
Kenneth Lee took the loss for Doyline. Lee surrendered one run on three hits over two-thirds of an inning.
Noah Spears started the game for the Panthers. The righty allowed seven hits and two runs over seven and two-thirds innings, striking out 13.
Lee went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Doyline in hits.
Red River racked up ten hits. Carpel and Hughes all collected multiple hits for Red River. Carpel led Red River with three hits in five at-bats. Red River was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Smith made the most plays with eight.
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