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Lavaca Rolled up the Hornets to remain undefeated!

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Trey Castor threw a gem of a game on Tuesday for the Lavaca Golden Arrows, allowing no runs on one hit and sitting down seven in 5 innings of work, while the Arrow offense went on to run rule the Hornets by a score of 14-0. Satterfield was on the pitcher’s mound for Hackett. He went four innings, allowing eight runs on six hits and striking out two. Brady Hester threw one inning in relief.

Lavaca fired up the offense in the first inning, when Kaw-Liga Brewer singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run.The Golden Arrows tallied another six runs in the fifth inning. Lavaca’s big bats were led by Jayger Wagner, Jimmy Hall, Kaw-Liga Brewer, and Tyler Armistead, who each had RBIs in the inning. Hackett’s lone hit came in the fourth inning when Tyler Satterfield singled to Left field. The Arrows racked up 11 hits. Tyler Armistead, Kaw-Liga Brewer, and Jayger Wagner each collected two hits to lead the Golden Arrows.

Next up for the Arrows will be a highly anticipated game at Danville. The Arrows and the Little Johns will enter the game undefeated in conference play. Lavaca is 4-0 while Danville is 2-0. This will be a great game. This is the second meeting this year for these two teams. The first meeting was a non conference game at Lavaca. In that game it took extra innings to determine the game. Danville ended up with the 8-7 win. These teams are very evenly matched with a slight edge towards Lavaca. Lavaca is averaging 8.9 points per game while Danville averages only 6.3. Also, Lavaca is coming in with a four game winning streak where they have thumped their opponents by a combined 48-2 score.

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