Arrows finish out the week vs Hector.

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The Lavaca Golden Arrows traveled to Hector Thursday to battle the Wildcats on the baseball diamond. The Arrow’s Colby Clunn was on the mound and was credited with the win after pitching a complete game. Clunn was extremely strong giving up just 4 hits. The Arrows won by a score of 4-2 in a game were hits came at a premium. Jayger Wagner got on the board first for the Arrows, when he scored on a dropped third strike and throwing error by the Hector’s catcher in the first inning. In the second inning Tyler Armistead scored for the Arrows on a wild pitch. In the bottom of the second Dylan Ellison and Jimmy Hall turned a 3-6 double play. In the forth Inning Lavaca’s Andrew Wright and Kaw-Liga Brewer would both score on wild pitches to round out the scoring for the Arrows. The Arrows were happy to get away with the win, but will look to get their bats rolling again when they face Western Yell on Monday the 25th.

For the Lavaca Lady Arrows, Thursday was a tough night. The Lady Arrows out hit Hector 14-10, but Hector stole the win with a big nine runs in the 4th inning. Four Lady Arrows had multiple hits in the game. Breanna Winchester led the way with three, including a triple in the seventh. The lady Arrows played well offensively and will look to rebound on Monday the 25th when they bring their big sticks to travel to Lamar. The Lady Arrows capped off the week by going to a Razorback softball game. Coach Vire said, “We had a good time doing something together as a team. We have played a lot of ball in a short amount of time so I wanted to do something fun for them and get Spring Break started kicked off together as a team. The girls had a good time and enjoyed spending time together, we were missing a few who had prior engagements they had to attend but I’m glad we were able to go and watch.”

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