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Blue Raiders fall short against Union despite late surge

By Clayton Barefield

The Lindsey Wilson baseball team fell to Union (Ky.) 14-11 at Egnew park on Thursday.

The Blue Raiders are back in action this weekend as they take on Cleary (Mich.) Friday and Saturday in two doubleheaders. Friday's action is scheduled to begin at 3pmCT from Egnew Park, Lindsey Wilson Sports Complex, 928 Russell Road, Columbia, KY.


The Blue Raiders (0-10) took advantage of sloppy play by Union in the bottom of the first inning taking an early 3-0 lead with two runs coming from wild pitches.

Union would take the lead in the third inning after scoring two runs in both the second and third to make the score 4-3. The Bulldog lead was short-lived after LWC scored two runs in the bottom of the third inning making the score 5-4.

The Blue Raiders would be held scoreless for two innings while giving up three runs to add to the Union lead. In the top of the sixth, Union scored three runs before Lindsey Wilson was able to take one back, cutting the Bulldog advantage to 10-6. In the seventh, Union added a solo run to make the score 11-6.

Union would score three more runs in the eighth while letting LWC score a run of their own to close out the inning 14-7.

Lindsey Wilson would make things interesting in the bottom of the ninth, scoring four runs to make the score 14-11. The Blue Raiders would load the bases with two outs in the inning but their ninth-inning comeback bid would fall short.

Union outhit Lindsey Wilson 18-11 on the day which included two home runs. The Blue Raiders were able to poke two balls to the opposite side of the fence also.

Bradley Hines started on the mound for Lindsey Wilson and led the team alongside Francisco Arias with three strikeouts each.



This story was posted on 2019-02-28 06:01:17
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