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Win over Little Axe

Holdenville, North Rock Creek, AmPo on tap for the week


The Lexington Bulldogs were in the Heart of Oklahoma baseball tournament last week and they picked up a 12-7 win over Little Axe in their second game.

The Bulldogs had 13 hits in the win and 12 RBIs. Buddy Cormany batted in three runs and had one hit.

Lexington jumped out in front from the first pitch. They plated nine runs before Little Axe scored their first run in the bottom of the second inning.

And, despite giving up four runs to the Indians in the fourth innng, Lexington hung on for the lopsided win.

The Bulldogs lost 7-6 to CCS in their first game and dropped a 9-8 loss to Pauls Valley to finish out the the tournament.

Both losses were heartbreakers.

The score was tied up 6-6 in the bottom of the sixth inning when CCS hit a solo home run to pull ahead one run.

Lexington was unable to answer in the top of the seventh.

Despite the loss, the top of the Bulldogs’ lineup had some good production at the plate, including a two-run home run from Skylar Rollins in the third inning.

Similarly, Lexington held an 8-6 lead going into the bottom of the seventh against Pauls Valley.

The Panthers plated a couple runs to knot the score at eight-all.

Then, Pauls Valley drew a walk to score the winning run.

Lexington finished with nine hits in the game, led by Zeke Faulkenberry, Drew Dierking and Ezra Faulkenberry with two hits each.

On Monday, Lexington dropped their first of two games with Holdenville, 15-3. They were scheduled to be in Holdenville on Tuesday.


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