Weekend Baseball Roundup: Arrows win, Lakers face stiff competition; Warriors win

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Weekend Baseball Roundup: Arrows win, Lakers face stiff competition; Warriors win

Photo by Travis David | Shakamak senior Riley Huckaby shows he has possession of the baseball to the home plate umpire after a Bloomington North runner slides home safely on Saturday.
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Jasper 4, Shakamak 2: The Lakers made their annual trip to Jasper for opening night Friday and came up short against the 4A Wildcats.


After falling behind 3-0, Shakamak closed to within a run by scoring twice in the top of the sixth. Linden Jenkins put the Lakers on the board with a single, scoring Riley Huckaby. Owen Cox followed with a sacrifice fly to center, scoring Jaden Johnson.


The Lakers went down in order in the seventh to end the game.


Jaden Johnson paced Shakamak with a 3-for-3 effort at the plate


Freshman Madden Husband and Huckaby also singled in the loss.


Jax Cox suffered the loss on the mound, pitching into the fifth inning. Cox fanned three batters.



SULLIVAN 2, Washington 0: The Arrows picked up their second straight shutout in their home opener Friday.


Ty Hamilton scattered four hits over four innings on the mound to pick up his first win of the spring. The sophomore right hander fanned five batters and also recorded a hit at the plate.


Will Brooks tossed the final three frames, earning the save. The southpaw did not allow any hits, while striking out three batters. The only Hatchet to reach base with Brooks on the bump came on a fielding error.


Sullivan grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Marcus Roshel raced home on a sacrifice fly by freshman Hunter Mason.


The Arrows added an insurance run in the last of the fourth inning when Spencer Hanks lifted a fly ball to left field and Jaden Norris tagged from third base. Norris started the inning with a double to right. The sophomore finished the game 2 for 3 at the plate.


Sullivan outhit the Hatchets, 7-4, in the win.


Isaak Osborne added two hits for the Arrows.


Sullivan (2-1) travels to Terre Haute North on Tuesday.



NORTH KNOX 9, Paoli 3: The Warriors put behind them an opening game setback to Sullivan on Thursday with a bounce-back road win on Saturday.


Korbin Jones gave North Knox a 1-0 lead with a bases-loaded walk in the top of the first inning.


After the Rams tied the game in the home half of the opening frame, Levi Pahmeier brought home Camden McCory with a groundout in the second.


McCory gave the Warriors a 3-1 lead with an RBI single in the fourth before Kaleb Archer recorded a 2-run triple in the fifth for a 5-1 lead.


After the Rams closed to within 5-3 with two runs in the sixth, the Warriors added three insurance runs in the top of the seventh. Jones and McCory single home runs while Will Arnold recorded the final tally of the game with a sacrifice fly.


McCory finished the game a perfect 4 of 4 at the dish with two RBI and scored once.


Jones and Archer also recorded multiple hits with two knocks apiece.


Pahmeier picked up the win on the bump, pitching into the sixth inning. The freshman scattered four hits and fanned six batters.


Braxton Yenne recorded the final five outs to earn the save. Yenne struck out three in addition to recording one hit and scoring two runs at the plate. 



SHAKAMAK 9, Northview 0: The Lakers opened the Bloomington North Round Robin with a shutout over the 4A Knights.


Ian Samm led the way, pitching a complete game while recording a career-high 10 strikeouts. Samm also helped himself at the plate with a 3-home run in the sixth inning. The longball was Samm’s only hit of the game, but the sophomore also scored two other runs in the game.


Dolton Fiscus recorded an RBI triple in the third inning which gave the Lakers a 3-0 advantage. 


Madden Husband added an RBI single in the third while Jax Cox brought in a run with a bases-loaded walk.


The Lakers broke open a 2-0 game by scoring four in the third.


Freshman Jalen Johnson recorded an RBI single in the second inning for his first career base hit.



Bloomington North 8, Shakamak 5: The host Cougars strung together four straight one-out, run-scoring hits in part of a 5-run third inning which proved to be the difference in the game. The five runs broke a 3-all score.


Ian Samm doubled home two runs with a 2-out double in the top of the sixth inning to get the Lakers back in the game. But an inning-ending strikeout stranded a pair of Lakers in scoring position.


Riley Huckaby worked a 1-out walk in the seventh inning, but the Lakers did not threaten to score in the final frame.


North grabbed a 3-1 lead, before a 2-run double by Jaden Johnson pulled the Lakers even in the third frame.


Johnson finished the game 2 for 5 at the plate. The sophomore suffered the loss, pitching into the third inning. Carter Crosby allowed just one hit in his 3 ⅔ innings of relief.


Fiscus, Husband and Jalen Johnson added singles in the loss.


Shakamak (1-2) travels to Terre Haute North on Monday. 



Riverton Parke 24, Dugger Union 3: The Bulldogs opened the season on the road Saturday with a lopsided loss.

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Dugger Union (0-1) plays host to Cloverdale on Monday. 


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