Lakeside goes 2-1 over the weekend
SIBLEY—The Lakeside High School Bistineau played out in front of big crowds this weekend. Here's a wrap-up of the games from Friday and Saturday.
Lakeside 11, Haynesville 1
The Warriors took a six-inning mercy rule win over the Tors. The Warriors led 6-1 going into the bottom of the sixth, and then scored five runs to put the game away.
"It was a good game for us," Lakeside coach Bob Gray said. "Our bats woke up a little bit and Cameron Corley pitched a great ball game for his first win."
Corley (1-4) went all six innings scattering five hits and striking out five to get the win.
Luke Griffith led the Warriors at the plate with a three-for-four game. Payton Johnson had a single and a double, and Thomas Lambert and Chase Woodall both added doubles. Corley, Austin Ashley and Jake Gray added base hits.
Other games: Haynesville 16, Homer 0 and Northwood 16, Homer 0.
Minden 10, Loyola 5
Austin Keough took the win on the mound for the Crimson Tide and Carson Bolyer led the way on offense with two triples. Austin Sumner and Mikey James both added doubles and two runs batted in. Turner Francis, Hutton Leppert, Thomas Pevy and McCaul Lacobee all added singles.
Minden 11, Bastrop 1
Chase Toland improved his record to 2-0 as he took the win on the mound for the Tide. He allowed just four hits and struck out two.
Turner Francis led the offense with a three-for-three game, and Austin Sumner homered and doubled. Francis drove in three runs and Sumner two.
Mikey James added a single and a double, and Lacobee tripled in a run.
Other games: Loyola 10, Bastrop 2
Lakeside 13, Bastrop 1
Austin Ashley was the winning pitcher as Lakeside dominated Bastrop.
"We played a real good game against a team that beat us soundly earlier in the year," coach Gray said. "Both teams pitched the same pitchers, so either we're getting better or they're getting worse. I think we're getting better."
Coulson White led the Warrior offense with three doubles and Thomas Lambert and Jake Gray both had two hits. Luke Griffith added a double, and Corley singled and doubled. Ashley added a base hit.
Ouachita Christian 12, Lakeside 5
"It really wasn't a bad ball game for us," coach Gray said. "We played them much better than the last time we played. Josh did a real good job, it was a good outing against one of the better teams in Louisiana."
Prince (1-1) took the loss for Lakeside, going 3 1/3 innings with one walk and one strikeout.
Payton Johnson went three-for-four and Austin Ashley added a pair of hits for the Warriors. Woodall doubled and Jake Gray, Coulson White, Corley and Griffith added base hits.
Minden 11, Haynesville 1
The Crimson Tide scored runs in five of their six innings as they rolled past Haynesville by 10 runs.
Austin Sumner took the win on the mound for the Tide as he went all six innings, allowing just four hits and striking out four. He also went two-for-three at the plate.
Turner Francis went three-for-three with two singles and a double and Hutton Leppert drove in three runs. McCaul Lacobee singled and doubled, and Marshall Frye added two hits. Corey DeMoss and Pevy singled and Frye had two hits.
Ouachita Christian 9, Minden 6
McCaul Lacobee took the loss, but went three-for-three at the plate.
Hutton Leppert had two hits and three RBIs, and James, Frye, Sumner and Pevy all added base hits.