Baseball mid-week recap


Two pitchers work together as Lakeside shuts out Doyline

Lakeside Warriors defeated Doyline 10-0 Tuesday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Hunter Sutton struck out Jonas Florence to finish off the game.

Lakeside opened up scoring in the first inning, when an error scored one run.

They put up four runs in the fourth inning.  Big bats in the inning were led by a single by Sutton, an error on a ball put in play by Eli Musgraves, and a double by Jon Jon Dick.

Doyline fell behind early and struggled to contain the high-powered offense of Lakeside.

One bright spot for Doyline was a single by Austin Arbaugh in the first inning.

Jordan Isbell led the Lakeside to victory on the mound. Isbell went four innings, allowing zero runs on two hits, striking out four and walking one. Sutton threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Kenneth Lee was on the pitcher’s mound for Doyline.The bulldog went two and two-thirds innings, allowing three runs on two hits and striking out one.  Benton Bates threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Dick led Lakeside Warriors with three hits in three at-bats.

Four RBI day for Bower spells out victory for MHS

Brody Bower drove in four on one hits to lead Minden Crimson Tide past Huntington 16-1 Tuesday. Bower drove in runs on a double in the third and a walk in the fourth.

Brandon Winston took the win for the Tide . The righty surrendered one run on two hits over four innings, striking out nine and walking zero.

Chambers was on the pitcher’s mound for Huntington. The pitcher allowed seven hits and seven runs over two and a third innings.  Gibbs and Rodriguez entered the game as relief, throwing one inning and two-thirds of an inning respectively.

Minden Crimson Tide collected 11 hits on the day.  Winston and Bryson Ranger all managed multiple hits.  Ranger and Winston each collected two hits to lead.

North Webster defeats Ouachita Parish

North Webster Knights weathered a scare by Ouachita Parish (Monroe, LA) in the third inning where the Knights coughed up four runs. But the Knights still won 15-5.  Tripp Fleming, Gavin Waters, and Kris Pleasant each had RBIs in the frame.

North Webster got things moving in the first inning. Collin McKenzie drove in one when McKenzie doubled.

The Knights tallied six runs in the second inning.  The offensive onslaught by was led by McKenzie, Ethyn Radar, Jace Wesson, Judd Wesson, and Dakota Davison, all driving in runs in the frame.

McKenzie was on the pitcher’s mound for North Webster. He lasted two innings, allowing two hits and two runs while walking one.

Ryan Martin started the game for Ouachita Parish. Martin allowed seven hits and 11 runs over two innings, striking out one and walking one.  #21 threw three and two-thirds innings in relief.

McKenzie went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead North Webster Knights in hits.


Tide outdone by Evangel Eagles, 9-5

In the first inning, Minden Crimson Tide got their offense started when Elliott Sheppard was struck by a pitch, driving in a run.

Evangel Christian Academy Eagles took the lead for good with four runs in the fourth inning. An error scored two runs for the Eagles and Garrett Burns singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.

The Crimson Tide notched three runs in the seventh inning, scoring its runs on a single by Sheppard.

Landon Martin took the win for Evangel Christian Academy. Martin allowed four hits and four runs over six innings, striking out two and walking one. Tristan Beaty and Jacob Cassels entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Brody Bower toed the rubber for Minden Crimson Tide. The righty lasted five innings, allowing four hits and eight runs while striking out five.  Zander Rowell threw two innings out of the bullpen.

The Tide launched one home run on the day. Jakobe Jackson put one out in the third inning.

Minden totaled six hits in the game.  Sheppard and Jackson each racked up multiple hits.  Jackson and Sheppard each managed two hits to lead the team.

Evangel Christian Academy Eagles tallied seven hits.  Burns and Peyton Fulghum each collected multiple hits.

Late score costs Lakeside against Northwood

Monday’s game against Northwood Falcons was a heartbreaker for Lakeside  Warriors, as they lost the lead late in a 4-3 defeat.  The game was tied at two with Lakeside batting in the top of the sixth when Cooper Chase singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring one run.

Lakeside lost despite out-hitting the Falcons six to five.

The Warriors got things started in the first inning when Jon Jon Dick singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

Jack Carlisle was credited with the victory for Northwood. The righthander allowed six hits and three runs over seven innings, striking out six and walking one.

Cade Boley was on the mound for Lakeside. The pitcher allowed five hits and three runs over five innings, striking out one and walking zero.  CJ Watts threw one and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Lakeside tallied six hits. Watts and Chase all managed multiples.  Chase and Watts each collected two hits to lead.

Jaxon Bentzler went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Northwood Falcons in hits.

First inning plays key role in Glenbrook blow out over Ouachita

Five runs in the first inning led Glenbrook Apaches past Ouachita Christian Eagles  9-1 on Monday.  Easton Sanders, Garrett Brown, Jackson Waller, Toby Haulmark, and Landry Powell each drove in runs during the inning.

Glenbrook fired up the offense in the first inning when Sanders drew a walk, scoring one run.

Hayden Harmon toed the rubber for Glenbrook. The hurler went seven innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out five.

Carter Volion was on the hill for Ouachita Christian Eagles. The righthander lasted four and a third innings, allowing five hits and five runs while striking out three.  Trace Busby, Tate Hamby, and Eli Williamson each contributed in relief for the Eagles.

Glenbrook Apaches tallied one home run on the day. Maddox Mandino had a dinger in the sixth inning.

The Apaches tallied eight hits. Sanders, Mandino, and Harmon each racked up multiple hits for Glenbrook  Apaches.  Harmon, Mandino, and Sanders each collected two hits to lead.  The team didn’t commit a single error in the field. Haulmark had the most chances in the field with eight.

Noah of Doyline Panthers shuts out Calvin

Noah Spears didn’t allow a single run against Calvin, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Doyline Panthers to a 3-0 victory Monday.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Spears struck out nine, while Calvin pitchers sat down five.

A single by G Musgrove in the second inning was a positive for Calvin.

Spears got the start for Doyline Panthers. The pitcher lasted seven innings, allowing six hits and zero runs while striking out nine.

J Poisso toed the rubber for Calvin. The pitcher allowed two hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out four and walking one. A Camp threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

J.D. Bryant went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Doyline in hits.The Panthers tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Caysten Mingo led the way with two.

L Higgs led Calvin with two hits in three at-bats.

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