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|OCS stays ahead in District 2-1A|
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles stayed atop the district 2-1A standings with a 17-6 pounding of the Cedar Creek Cougars on Monday night.
Mark Laird and John Clay Reeves each went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead an OCS squad that pounded out 14 hits in the five inning offensive onslaught.
Reeves hit a pair of home runs and recorded a team-high seven RBIs. Reeves now has a team-high nine home runs this season.
Chad Williamson was the starting and winning pitcher for OCS. Williamson (3-2) gave up just four hits and two runs with no base on balls in the first two innings.
Matt Kennedy closed out the game with two innings of relief to pick up the his first save of the season.
Kennedy allowed just one run off of two hits on the mound for the Eagles. Pitching and timely hitting helped the No.2-ranked Class 1A squad overcome six errors in the game and pound out the win over the Cougars.
Mitch Antony (5-1) suffered his first loss of the season and was lit up by the OCS bats from the start.
Antony surrendered 11 runs off of nine hits and walked three batters while also striking out five OCS batters.
Drew Antony led Cedar Creek at the plate with a 2-for-3 performance and one RBI. Cedar Creek never scored more than two runs in any one inning, which let OCS jump out to a large lead and cruise to victory.
OCS continues district play by hosting the Bernice Bears on Thursday night. OCS will then step outside of district 2-1A competition and travel to Mangham for an exciting non-district tilt with the Mangham Dragons on Saturday.