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Final grind

The schedule is winding down with Districts on the horizon


The Lexington Bulldogs dropped a 23-2 loss to District foe Heritage Hall on Monday night.

Buddy Cormany’s hit in the second inning was a bright spot for Lex.

They were scheduled to be at Heritage Hall on Tuesday to finish out the two-game series.

Last week, Lexington lost both games in a doubleheader with Bethel, 25-6 and 14-0.

It took a bevy of pitchers to get through those two games.

Drew Dierking had a homerun and a single in the first game. And, Colby Haynes’ double in the second inning of game two was a positive.

On Friday they picked up a 14-3 win over Little Axe, but lost to the OKC Knights, 14-6.

The ‘Dawgs had 13 hits in the win over the Indians. Zeke Faulkenberry, Skylar Rollins, Ryan Johnson, Cormany and Dierking and Dax Beason all had multiple hits.

Cormany also had four RBIs. Rollins had three.

Johnson was on the mound for Lexington. He went the distance and gave up three runs on three hits and struck out nine.

Lexington is in the Heart of Oklahoma Tournament in Purcell starting Thursday. They will play CCS at 3 p.m.


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