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Glenbrook takes two from Prairie View Tuesday

by Minden Press-Herald

Glenbrook hosted district rival Prairie View Academy Tuesday for a doubleheader to kick off the district slate.

 Courtesy Photo/Darden Gladney

Courtesy Photo/Darden Gladney

Apache players and fans left the ballpark wearing big smiles after sweeping the two games, 19-9 in game one and 12-11 in game two.

Game one
Glenbrook 19
Prairie View 9

The Apaches rolled in game on of the doubleheader, totaling 14 hits at the plate. Glenbrook also had six combined strikeouts on the mound from hurlers Tyler Perryman and Hayden Williams.

Colt Wilson had three singles to lead Glenbrook, followed by Williams with a pair of clutch doubles. Perryman and Nick Mourad had two singles each. Cade Clemons singles and doubled for the Apaches, Trevor McClean and Cam Barnette both had doubles and Parker Christy added a single.

Perryman started and was the winning pitcher. He and Williams combined to scatter seven hits in the winning effort.

Game two
Glenbrook 12
Prairie View 11

In game two between the Apaches and Spartans, things took a wild turn in the late going, with Glenbrook earning a crazy, come-from-behind victory over Prairie View.

With the game tied 4-4 in the sixth, PVA broke the game wide-open with seven runs in the inning to lead 11-4. That’s where the score was when Glenbrook came to bat in the bottom of the seventh.

Trevor McClean led off the final inning with a base hit, followed by four more hits from Colt Wilson, Nick Mourad, Parker Christy and Mason Hood. After walks to Cam Barnette and Cade Clemons, Hayden Williams reached on error making the score 11-10. With one out in the inning, Trevor McClean walked to load the bases, bringing up Mourad.

With control of district 6AA on the line, Mourad smoked a line drive to right field that scored the two runs needed to win the game.

Wilson came in to pitch and stopped the bleeding during the disastrous sixth inning. The improbable win puts Glenbrook in the driver’s seat early on in the district race.

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