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|OCS readies for St. Fred action|
Eagles squad beats
Grambling Lab, 19-1
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles are off to a hot start to their baseball season with a 9-4-1 record.
The Eagles continued their diamond dominance with a 19-1 win in three innings over Grambling Lab High School on Tuesday evening.
Matt Kennedy got the big hit of the game as he delivered a second inning blast to deep left field. The home run was his only hit of the game but was good for three RBIs.
James Laird was also solid at the plate for the Eagles as he went 3-for-4 and recorded a pair of RBIs for OCS.
Catcher Jay Clay Reeves was a perfect 3-for-3 in the game as OCS did their major damage in the last two innings.
OCS scored seven runs in the second frame and added 10 runs in the third frame before the mercy rule went into effect.
OCS will now move into the Saint Frederick tournament this weekend where the Eagles will be allowed to play their games at their home ball park to accommodate the large number of fans expected at each park for the set of games.
OCS will entertain Delhi Charter, an up-and-coming team in the Class 1A rankings that is no stranger to success on the baseball field this year with a record of 7-2.
"We know they will be another solid ball club," OCS head coach Micah Harper said. "We will have to be focused and continue to hit the baseball. We have been hitting real well as of late and that needs to continue for us to be successful."
Local fans will be familiar with the Cedar Creek squad, coming into the tournament from the same district as OCS and the Warriors.
Cedar Creek will play at St. Fred on Friday night in one of the last games played before the tournament concludes. Three games are scheduled for Saturday.