Lakers' 6-game undefeated streak to start the season comes to an end
The streak has come to an end.
Camdenton suffered its first road bump of the season in an Ozark Conference battle at Glendale Tuesday night where the Lakers fell to the host Falcons 7-1.
It was a scoreless gridlock through the first four innings until Glendale took a 1-0 lead in the fifth and piled on six more runs in the sixth.
The Laker offense had a tough day, being outhit 12 to 2 as Paxton DeLaurent and Brandon Pasley came up with the team's only two hits. Pasley also went on to pick up the lone run in the sixth. In the end, Camdenton suffered eight strike outs before the night wrapped up.
Camdenton pitcher Garrett Stamper got the start and the hurler allowed eight hits and a single run over five innings of work while striking out two batters and walking two. Jack Welsh took the loss, allowing four earned runs on three hits while walking a batter and striking out one. Ethan Folks finished the night and allowed a single run on one hit while also picking up a walk and a single strikeout.
Camdenton (6-1, 1-1 Ozark Conference) will visit Waynesville for another conference battle on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.