Minden Press-Herald

Oct 01st

Glenbrook improves to 14-1 on the year

The Glenbrook Apaches improved to 14-1 on the season with a 14-3 win Thursday afternoon over Columbia Christian.

"I thought the guys played real well," Glenbrook head coach Jonathan Hardy said. "We swung the bat really good and the pitchers did well also."

Spencer White got the win on the mound for the Apaches, as he held Columbia Christian to three hits and one run over three innings. He struck out five batters. Braden Dickson closed out the game with two innings of scoreless relief, striking out three.

Micah Johnson led the Apaches at the plate with a two-for-three, two RBI game. Jacob White and Conner Clark both had two singles, with Clark also driving in a run. Clay Simonton had a single and two RBIs, Spencer White singled and drove in a run and Caleb Wilson had a RBI-single.

Glenbrook will look to improve to 5-1 in district on Monday, as they host Franklin Academy.

"I just want to invite everyone to come out and support us in this big, huge district game," Hardy said.

The teams will play two games on Monday, with the jv game beginning at 2 p.m., followed by the varsity game.

Tuesday, Glenbrook will host Central School in a varsity doubleheader, starting at 2 p.m. Thursday, the team will head to Pineville to play Cenla Christian.

Glenbrook JV wins tournament

The Glenbrook junior varsity Apaches won the recent JV Tournament held at Claiborne Academy.

Glenbrook beat C.A. 8-5, Franklin, 8-2 and Ely Fields 15-2.

"Everyone in our line-up got at least two hits," Hardy said. "We hit the ball real well. We had some real good performances from a number of kids."

Clay Simonton got two wins in the tournament, and Caleb Wilson was the winning pitcher in Game 3 and Logan Clark homered.

"We were able to play a lot of the younger kids," Hardy said. "And it was good for them to get some experience. Winning the tournament at C.A. was pretty big for us. There were some good teams playing in it, and it really helped our kids."






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