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High school baseball: Minden, Glenbrook, North Webster, Lakeside win

by Russell Hedges

Minden, Glenbrook, North Webster and Lakeside all won Tuesday.

Minden defeated Taylor, Ark., 15-6 at Taylor, Glenbrook topped Calvary Baptist 6-2 at Calvary, North Webster routed Bastrop 15-2  in a District 1-3A opener at North Webster and Lakeside downed Logansport 11-1 at Lakeside.

At Taylor, Minden trailed 6-4 after six innings then scored 11 in the top of the seventh. The Crimson Tide took advantage of seven walks, three hits and an error in the inning.

Hudson Brown went 2-for-2 in the game. He drew three walks and had two RBI.

Price Miller and Landyn Huddleston both went 2-for-4 with doubles. Elliott Sheppard had a double and two RBI.

Zander Rowell got the win in relief. He gave up four hits and no earned runs with one walk in four innings.

Minden (8-1), which has won seven straight, hosts Airline Thursday at 6 p.m. on the first day of the Lakeside tournament.

At Calvary, Turner McLelland went 2-for-2 with a triple. He also walked twice.

Seth Mangrum went 2-for-4. Cason Clemens had two RBI.

Easton Sanders went five innings for the win. He struck out six. Hayden Harmon allowed one hit and struck out four in two innings of relief.

Glenbrook (8-2) begins a three-game series against Haughton Thursday at 5 at Haughton.

At North Webster, seven Knights got hits in the five-inning game. Sawyer Wages went 2-for-4 with three RBI.

Collin McKenzie had a double and two RBI. Kyle Dinkins also had a double.

Ethyn Radar got the win. He allowed two hits in three innings. Judd Wesson and Jace Wesson pitched one inning each.

North Webster (8-1), which has won eight straight, plays Airline at Friday at Lakeside in the Lakeside tournament.

At Lakeside, Bradley Dick, CJ Watts, Jon Jon Dick and Cooper Chase all had two hits in the five-inning game.

Watts had two doubles. Jon Jon Dick had a double and two RBI. Chase also had two RBI.

Chase went three innings for the win. Hunter Sutton didn’t allow a hit in two innings of relief.

Lakeside (5-3), which has won three in a row, hosts Texas High Thursday at 7:30 on the first day of the Lakeside tournament.

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