Here’s a look at what happened in area prep baseball over the weekend:
Loyola 5, Minden 4
The game was tied at four with Loyola College Prep batting in the bottom of the seventh when Chance Lyon hit a solo homer to give the Flyers a walk-off win.
Minden fell behind by four runs in the second inning, but then tried to fight back.
The Tide scored four runs in the comeback on a walk by Camron Dollar, a single by Haynes Mandino, and a error.
Minden (14-4) tallied four runs in the third inning.
The offensive onslaught by the Crimson Tide was led by Dollar, Mandino, and Trevor Mclean, who each had RBI in the inning.
John Volentine took the loss for Minden.
He went six innings, allowing five runs on ten hits and striking out four.
Austin King, Trenton Mclaughlin, Mclean, and Mandino each managed one hit to lead Minden.
Lakeside 5, Northwood 4
Lakeside got out to a five-run lead in the fifth inning and held on for a 5-4 victory over Northwood on Saturday.
Northwood scored four runs in the failed comeback, including one run in the bottom of the seventh that made things interesting.
Lakeside (9-13) got on the board in the second inning. Bradley Dick doubled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run.
Michael Watts earned the victory on the pitcher’s mound for Lakeside. He allowed four hits and three runs over four and two-thirds innings, striking out one.
Brian Foster threw two and a third innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Foster recorded the last seven outs to earn the save for the Warriors.
Lakeside totaled nine hits in the game. Watts, Grayson Lamar, and Tanner Stewart each racked up multiple hits for the Warriors.
Stewart, Lamar, and Watts each collected two hits.
Doyline 11, Stanley 1
The Panthers improved to 16-3 thanks to a Friday blowout over Stanley.
It took Doyline a few scoreless innings to get going, but they got on the board eventually thanks to a seven-run fourth inning.
Jake Pepper led Doyline with three hits.
Hunter Carter earned the win for Doyline after going six innings on the mound.
N. DeSoto 10, N. Webster 8
The Knights fell behind 6-0 after just a few innings, digging themselves a hole.
They ran out of time in their comeback effort despite scoring five runs in the final two innings.
Roc Hawthorne had two hits and three RBI, and Conner Audirsch was 3-for-3 to lead the Knights (13-9).
Glenbrook 10, Franklin 5
Maddox Mandino led the Apaches with three hits from the leadoff spot to help Glenbrook to victory.
The Apaches were assisted by seven Franklin errors but still provided plenty of offense with eleven hits.
Glenbrook improves to 9-3 with the win and play tomorrow at Prarie View in Bastrop.