Bryan Baseball Falls To Lindsey Wilson

Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Bryan College baseball traveled to Lindsey Wilson College Wednesday and fell 7-5 to the Blue Raiders.

Lindsey Wilson led by two at the end of the first inning. There was a long break after the second inning due to lightening. Both teams crossed the plate once in the fourth inning.  Bryan scored one run in the top of the fifth inning, but Lindsey Wilson scored three in the bottom of the inning.  The Blue Raiders added another run in the seventh inning.  The Lions scored one run in the eighth and two in the ninth to cut into the deficit but lost by a final score of 7-5.

 The baseball team is now 24-18 on the season.

Crandon Wallace led the offense with two runs batted in, two hits, and one run scored.  Kelvin McMiller finished with one RBI, two hits, and one run scored.  Joey Underwood recorded one RBI and one hit.  Tyler Latham had a team high three hits and one run scored.  Preston King tallied two hits.  Grant Zawadzki logged one hit and one run scored.  Garrison Price and Cody Rhinehart added one hit apiece.  BJ Borresen scored the Lions other run.

Hunter Lamoureux started on the mound for the Lions and received the loss.  He gave up two runs and four hits in two innings of work.  Chad Burrows pitched the next two inning.  He gave up one run and three hits.  Burrows struck out four batters.  Isaac Meyers threw the fifth inning.  He gave up three unearned runs and four hits.  Ian Andrews pitched the sixth inning.  He struck out one batter and two hits.  Kyle Paulson threw the seventh inning.  He gave up one unearned run.  Tyler Latham pitched the eighth inning and did not give up a hit.

The Lions play again on Friday at Montreat College.  The single nine-inning game is scheduled to start at 1:00pm ET.

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