SHREVEPORT – The Minden Crimson Tide put it on the Huntington Raiders Tuesday, 17-0 to improve their district record to 5-5 and remain in good playoff standing for Class 4A.
The game was never in doubt, as Minden poured it on early with a two run first inning and a nine run third.
Clint Ray started on the mound for the Tide, going five strong innings, allowing no runs and one hit, while striking out six.
At the plate it was a hitting frenzy as Minden exploded for 17 hits, 13 RBI and five extra-base hits.
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