SIBLEY – Lakeside’s early struggles have been well-documented.
The wobbly start to the season had a number of scratching their heads, nevertheless those same folks have to be sensing pretty good this morning, after Lakeside utilised great pitching and well-timed hitting to hand Calvary Baptist Academy their own first district loss.
Lakeside stays unbeaten in district 1-2A, and now currently have sole possession of first place.
Tanner Web page and Brayden Jones got the task done for the Warriors, combining to limit Calvary to three visitors on the night. They got support at the plate from Jake Gray who finished with three gets of his own to go with 3 clutch RBIs.
Jones pitched the first a few innings for Lakeside, limiting Calvary to one struck while striking out a couple of batters. In the fourth, Smith gave way to Page who smoothly worked the final four innings, striking out two batters, allowing for two hits and one go. Jones was the receiving pitcher for the Warriors, strengthening his season record to be able to 4-3.
Gray had an RBI double from the third inning before adding a new run-scoring single in the fifth. Colton Peterson followed up Gray’s fifth inning RBI with a ambigu to score Josh Prince and boost the Lakeside lead. Cameron Gray went 2-2 together with drove in a run while in the second with a single. Logan McIver, Dalton Crumpler, Brayden Henderson and Josh Prince all additional hits for Lakeside in the secure.
Cassy Monday led Lakeside, going 3-4 that has a double and 2 RBIs as Lakeside lost Choudrant, 14-11.
Ashley Nunn also went 3-4 with an RBI, as well as Chealsea Mays, Kelly Willis, Laney Taylor and Marjorie Bailey with base hits and RBIs.