Meadowview pitcher Dylan Lawrence winds up for a pitch against Lakeside Saturday at Meadowview. The Trojans won the first game of the doubleheader, but dropped the second. -- Robert Hudson

Split keeps Trojans even on season

Published 12:37am Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Meadowview Christian School Trojans split their doubleheader against the Lakeside School Chiefs, as they won the first game 4-3, but fell 5-0 in the second game Saturday at Meadowview.

Lebo Jones, head baseball coach of Meadowview (3-3, 2-2), said his team played pretty well overall for the day, but he wants to see better hitting from the Trojans.

“The first game we won and that was a great win for us. We didn’t play real good, but we played good enough to win and pulled in out in the sixth inning,” Jones said. “The second game, we had a great pitching performance from Dylan Lawrence, but we just couldn’t score any runs. We didn’t hit the ball at all the second game, but I think we’ll come around. We played pretty well overall, we’ve just got to hit the ball better.”

Meadowview’s Dylan Lawrence held the Chiefs to one run in five innings from the mound in the second game until Lakeside’s Cody Gulledge singled to right field and scored two runners to make the score 3-0 in the sixth, sparking the Chiefs on a four-run inning.

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