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LWC Baseball drops Brescia 14-5 in road victory

By Brady Budke

Owensboro, KY - The Lindsey Wilson baseball team traveled to Owensboro, Kentucky this afternoon and knocked off Brescia (KY) by a final of 14-5 at Kamuf Park.

Offensively, the Blue Raiders sent out 11 hits from the plate and stole a season-high eight bases as a team. Kelvin Llanos notched a team-best three hits while Lucas Bault and Tyler Maskill each stole two bases apiece to lead the way. Derek Zavala and Seth Price each corralled three RBIs to guide the scoring effort.

Defensively, Brandon Wilson pitched his way to the win, going eight complete innings of work while recording his season-high of seven strikeouts.

Brescia grabbed the lead in the opening inning, crossing two runs for the early advantage. However, the Blue Raiders added the equalizing runs in the second inning when Price led things off with a solo home run, and Jonathan Gallagher brought Tyler Maskill home off an RBI single a few at-bats later.

The Bearcats answered the call the very next inning, bringing home a single run to take a 3-2 lead. But, it was Lindsey Wilson who produced five runs in the fifth inning to open the floodgates. Derek Zavala started the scoring when he launched out a three-run home run, which was followed in the inning by Maskill scoring on a wild throw and Llanos bringing home Henry Paulino on an RBI single.

Brescia successfully added a lone run of its own in the fifth, but the Blue Raiders packed a strong punch with six more crossing home plate in the sixth inning. Bault sparked the scoring when he scored on a wild pitch. Price continued his strong night by scoring Ty Menrath and Austin Rayno on an RBI single to center field a few batters later. Zavala stole home on the next at-bat, while Price came around to score off a Llanos RBI single. Gallagher notched another RBI by bringing home Paulino on a single to deep right-center field, capping off the scoring outburst.

The final piece of scoring for the Blue Raiders came when Paulino managed a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning to score Maskill. The Bearcats added one more run of its own in the inning but could not climb back into the game.

This story was posted on 2021-03-24 21:25:45
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