The Lakeside Warriors finished off district play Thursday night in Sibley with a 8-2 victory over the North Caddo Rebels.
The Warriors wrap up district play with just one loss, to the Calvary Cavaliers.
The Warriors record now sits at 17-8 overall and 9-1 in district 1-2A.
Lakeside smashed their way to 14 hits on the night, including three extra base hits.
Trent Geis got the job done right on the mound, pitching three innings for the Warriors, only allowing five hits while striking out four batters and allowing one earned run.
“North Caddo was drastically improved,” Lakeside head coach Bob Gray said. “We hit the ball and did the things we do, but north Caddo turned out giving us a pretty good ballgame.”
Lakeside went off for four runs in the second inning.
With two outs already recorded, the Warriors got five consecutive singles to break the game open.
Logan Clark began the fourth inning with a walk, before scoring on a single by Coulson White.
An RBI double by Josh Prince plated White ,expanded Lakeside’s lead.
The Warriors tacked on one more run in the fifth for good measure and the pitching staff would handle the job for the final two frames.
With the win, Lakeside will share the district title with Calvary Baptist.
The Warriors will face off with the Minden Crimson Tide tonight, weather permitting, with junior varsity at 4 p.m. and varsity at 6.
Saturday, the Warriors will host the Evangel Eagles for senior day, as Lakeside will honor its senior players.
There will also be a ceremony honoring the 1990 and 1991 Sibley High School state championship teams.
First pitch for junior varsity Saturday will be 11 a.m., with varsity beginning at 1 p.m.