Weekend Baseball Roundup: Arrows split; Lakers and T-Birds drop close games; Warriors split

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Weekend Baseball Roundup: Arrows split; Lakers and T-Birds drop close games; Warriors split

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North Daviess 4, Shakamak 3: The Lakers opened the Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference portion of their schedule with a tough road loss Friday night. 


The Cougars scored all they would need in the home half of the first. North Daviess took advantage of three walks and a hit batter in the frame while recording just two singles.


Jax Cox got the Lakers on the board with an RBI single in the second inning, before an infield RBI single from freshman Madden Husband made it 4-2 an inning later. 


Ian Samm pulled Shakamak to within 4-3 with an RBI single in the fifth inning.


The Lakers had runners on the corners in the sixth but could not score.


Linden Jenkins opened the seventh with a double but was stranded on base.


The Lakers outhit North Daviess, 9-4 in the game, as Jenkins, Husband and Dolton Fiscus all recorded two hits apiece.


Riley Huckaby added a single in the loss.



Terre Haute North 1, Sullivan 0: A one-out single in the home half of the fifth inning by the Patriots was the only tally of the game.


Will Brooks was the tough-luck loser for the Arrows. The senior southpaw scattered just three hits and fanned seven batters in the complete game.


A one-out single by Spencer Hanks and a walk by Brooks gave the Arrows two runners on in the seventh but a strikeout ended the threat.


Hanks finished with two of the Arrows’ four hits in the loss. 


Freshman Hunter Mason and senior Isaak Osborne accounted for the Arrows’ other two hits. Osborne also stole a base.



Loogootee 4, North Central 3: The T-Birds fell to 0-2 on the season in heart-breaking fashion Saturday.


North Central erased a 2-0 deficit by scoring three runs in the top of the fifth inning. 


Lane Phegley, Ian Ladson and Tyler Samm all singled and scored for the T-Birds in the fifth.


But the Lions scored twice in the last of the sixth, with two outs.


After a lead-off single, the next two Lion batters were retired. But three straight walks and a hit batter led to the game-tying and game-winning runs to score.


Samm led off the T-Birds seventh with a walk and stole second but the game ended with three straight strikeouts. 


Hayden Schultz and Greydyn Walters added singles in the loss.


North Central (0-2) plays host to Clay City on Tuesday. 



North Knox 10, Pike Central 3: All nine starters recorded at least one hit in the Warriors romp over the Chargers in the first game of the Princeton Round Robin on Saturday.


The Chargers scored twice in the home half of the first for an early lead before North Knox got going in the third inning. 


Kaleb Archer singled and scored on a wild pitch for the Warriors first run.


Braxton Yenne gave the Warriors a 3-2 lead with an RBI single in the fourth and raced around the bases on a triple by Archer for a 4-2 lead. 


After Pike Central pulled to within 4-3 in the last of the fifth, North Knox erupted for six runs in the top of the seventh to put away the game. 


Camden McCory started the scoring with a 2-run double while Brandon Mincey, Yenne and Elkins capped the seventh with RBI singles. Tyler Clark also added an RBI groundout.


Archer and Will Arnold paced the Warriors’ offense with three hits apiece.


Mincey scored twice, while Yenne went the distance to earn the win. The righty scattered just four hits and recorded four punchouts.



SULLIVAN 3, Clay City 2 (8): Jaden Norris lifted a sacrifice fly to center in the last of the eighth inning, giving the Arrows the walk-off win.


Isaak Osborne and Hunter Mason recorded back-to-back singles ahead of Norris’ game winner.


Norris also played a big factor for the Arrows in the field. The strong sophomore started on the mound and pitched the first four innings. Norris did not allow any hits and fanned five batters.


Classmate Ty Hamilton pitched the final four innings on the bump and completed the combined no-hitter. Hamilton allowed one unearned run and struck out eight batters to earn the win. 


After the Eels grabbed a 1-0 lead in the third inning on a walk and sacrifice fly, the Arrows answered back in the home half of the frame with two runs. Mason capped the inning with an RBI double for a 2-1 lead.


The score remained the same until the Eels forced extra innings by scoring on a wild pitch with two outs. 


Mason led the Arrows’ 9-hit attack with a 3 for 4 effort at the plate. 


Ben McKinley, Brady Drury and Marcus Roshel added singles in the win.



Princeton Community 13, North Knox 1 (5): The Tigers scored seven runs in the home half of the first inning and never allowed the Warriors to get into the game.


Will Arnold singled and scored on a passed ball for the Warriors’ lone tally in the third inning.


Tyler Clark and Brandon Mincey added singles in the loss. Clark also swiped a base.


The Tigers recorded 10 hits against three different North Knox pitchers.


The Warriors (2-3) travel to Shakamak on Tuesday. 

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