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High school baseball: Glenbrook rolls in battle of top select Division IV teams; North Webster, Doyline win

by Russell Hedges

Glenbrook, North Webster and Doyline posted victories Monday.

Glenbrook defeated Ouachita Christian 9-1 at Glenbrook, North Webster downed Logansport 14-5 at Logansport and Doyline topped Calvin 3-2 at Doyline.

Elsewhere, Lakeside dropped a tough 4-3 decision at Northwood and Minden fell to Evangel Christian 9-5 at Evangel.

At Glenbrook, the Apaches dominated a game that matched two of the top three teams in the select Division IV power ratings.

According to GeauxPreps.com, Ouachita Christian is No. 2 and Glenbrook No. 3.

Hayden Harmon pitched a three-hitter. He struck out five and walked only two.

Maddox Mandino hit a solo home run and doubled. Harmon went 2-for-3 with a double.

Easton Sanders went 2-for-3. Toby Haulmark had a double and two RBI.

The Apaches scored five runs in the first inning then tallied four in the sixth.

Glenbrook (19-8) resumes District 1-1A play Tuesday at 6 against Plain Dealing at home. Ouachita Christian dropped to 21-8.

At Doyline, the Panthers led 3-0 after six innings then held off a Calvin rally in the top of the seventh.

Five Panthers combined for six hits. J.D. Bryant went 2-for-3.

Noah Spears scattered six hits. He struck out nine and walked two.

Doyline (7-15) visits Lakeside Tuesday at 6.

At Logansport, North Webster improved to 16-6. The Knights host Ouachita Parish Tuesday.

At Northwood, Lakeside scored two runs in the top of the fifth to take a 3-2 lead. But the Falcons tied it in the bottom of the inning and scored a run with two outs in the seventh to win it.

Lakeside’s CJ Watts went 2-for-3 with a triple. Cooper Chase also went 2-for-3.

Cade Boley pitched five strong innings.he also had a double.

Lakeside dropped to 14-13. Northwood, No. 8 in the select Division I power ratings, improved to 21-6.

At Evangel, Elliott Sheppard went 2-for-4 with four RBI. Jakobe Jackson went 2-for-3 with a solo home run.

Minden (15-10) resumes District 1-4A play Tuesday at 6 at Huntington.

— Featured photo by Valette Weaver

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