Eagles Fall to Cameron 2-1
W.E. Meuth pitched the game of his young high school baseball life, but the Eagles could not convert it into a win over Cameron last week. The Eagles got seven hits, but could not get them in a timely fashion.
Both teams scored all their runs in the third inning. Kogan Garrett got a one-out double and Donnie Havard singled him home. That was Lexington’s only run.
The Eagles had two hits in the second inning but a force out at second kept the Eagles from advancing further than second on two hits. A two-out single by Colin Wiggins in the fourth was followed by a Yoe error to get runners on first and second, but no hit followed.
A hit and two Cameron errors in the sixth could have produced runs but a runner got a bad break on a ball that rolled away from the catcher and was thrown out. Still with runners at first and second, no timely hit was forthcoming.