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|OCS travels to St. Edmund's|
In an offense slugfest for much of the night, OCS found its groove and rallied for a 13-5 Class 1A win over LaSalle on Monday night.
Mark Laird was the starting pitcher for OCS and quickly found himself in trouble. LaSalle got their first two batters on base and used the early momentum to take a quick 3-0 lead.
OCS (24-9-1) responded with three runs of their own in the bottom of the inning as LaSalle had their own pitching difficulties out of starter Jacob Roark. Laird scored the first run of the game for OCS after a wild throw over the first baseman's head from the shortstop.
Hayden Robinson, batting seventh, blasted a two-run single to left field to tie the score for the Eagles.
Robinson went 3-for-4 with five RBI and two runs scored in the game for OCS. It was another big night for the OCS offense and a headache for LaSalle.
OCS exploded to score 10 runs in the first three innings and never looked back in the Class 1A second-round contest.
"The whole bottom of the batting order came up big for us," OCS head coach Micah Harper said. "Hayden (Robinson) had a real big day and pitched well, too."
Robinson pitched three scoreless innings in relief for the Eagles as they shut down the LaSalle offense after a shaky start to the contest.
OCS now travels south to battle St. Edmund's at 3 p.m. on Saturday. The Eagles are one win away from the Class 1A state tournament in Alexandria.
"We are going to have to pitch better," Harper said. "We have to get more control and locate our pitches much better this week."
OCS has been going with pitchers by committee as of late and has not decided on a Saturday starting pitcher.
"We have pretty much been just flipping a coin," Harper said. "We have three guys that can go and we will decide later in the week."
St. Edmund was the district champion in district 6-1A this season. They are well known across the state for having a great defensive team.
"They have three really good pitchers," Harper said. "They are deep and have a great tradition of winning down there."
OCS could potentially find a chink in the St. Edmund's pitching armor however. St. Edmund's has surrendered 14 runs in their last three games.