Lindale Sweeps District Series with Wildcats Baseball Winning at Home Friday, 4-1
The Lindale Eagles won all three district games they played against the Wildcats’ baseball team this season winning again Friday at home, 4-1. Lindale and Royse City have both swept the Wildcats during district play. Friday night Lindale won a game where hits were rare. The Wildcats managed only 4 hits while Lindale got 5. The Eagles got timely hits. A second inning single resulted in an RBI as Lindale went up 1-0. In a big 3 run third, the Eagles got a triple that drove home 2 runs and a sacrifice fly that drove in the third run. Lindale was up 4-0 after three innings. The Wildcats lone run came in the top of the seventh. Kamren Harrison scored the run and Jace Burchfield drove him in. Kaden Argenbright was 2 for 2. Will Sims and Burchfield also had hits. The Wildcats left 5 men on base. In a battle of pitching Chaney’s, Lindale’s Landon Chaney got the pitching win going 7 innings allowing only 4 hits and 1 run with 4 strikeouts and 2 walks. The Wildcats Jaxon Chaney took the pitching loss giving up 5 hits and 3 earned runs with 5 strikeouts and a walk over 6 innings. The Wildcats have now lost six straight games including 5 district games. They are now 2-7 in district play and are 10-9 for the season. Next week is Greenville week for the Wildcats. They play at Greenville Tuesday night and then at Wildcat Park next Friday. Earlier this season, the Wildcats took a district win over Greenville, 9-2 back on March 15 at Wildcat Park.