Camdenton pounces Lebanon, Eldon shutout by Boonville, Macks Creek cruises past Climax Springs and Osage falls to California

Camdenton pounces Lebanon

Camdenton had some work to do Thursday night. The Lakers got the job done and then some.

Camdenton found itself trailing Lebanon 3-0 early and after cutting the gap to a single run by the third inning, 11 runs in the fifth erased all doubts in a 13-3 win over the Yellowjackets.

The bat of Drake Miller provided the Lakers plenty of offense as he posted four RBIs on two hits. Brandon Pasley Riley Stidham also got in the groove as the former Laker racked up three hits and RBIs and the latter drove in three runs on one hit. Camdenton finished the night with 10 hits overall.

Garrett Stamper got the call on the hill and the pitcher picked up a win for the Lakers after five innings of work where he allowed three runs on six hits with three walks and two strikeouts.

Camdenton (6-5, 3-2 Ozark Conference) visits Russellville on Friday at 5 p.m.

Eldon shutout by Boonville

Eldon welcomed Boonville to the ballpark for Tri-County Conference action Thursday night and it was a tough one for the Mustangs as they lost to the Pirates 10-0 in six innings.

The Mustangs managed one hit on the night from Fisher Snelling and suffered 16 strikeouts at the plate with just one baserunner getting on the paths via a walk.

Dawson Brandt got the start and took the loss on the mound after three innings where he allowed seven runs, two earned, on four hits and five walks with three strikeouts. Charlie Mays worked the other three innings and allowed three runs, one earned, on one hit and walk while striking out five.

Eldon (1-11, 0-3 Tri-County Conference) hosts California on Monday at 5 p.m.

Macks Creek cruises by Climax Springs

Macks Creek visited its neighbor down the road Climax Springs Thursday night and the Pirates took care of business with a 22-2 win over the Cougars in three innings.

Macks Creek's Trever Smith, Carsen Strutz and Grant English had three hits each to keep the line moving for the Pirates and Smith and English both had three RBIs each with English being a home run short of the cycle. Tyrone Rios also had a productive day collecting his first varsity hit on a two-RBI single.

Macks Creek southpaw Oscar Cortez got the start on the mound and the lefty earned his first win of the season with three innings where he allowed two runs, one earned, on three hits and walk with seven strikeouts. 

"Offensively we were sound tonight and put the ball in play," Macks Creek coach Jason Trusty said. "We get to go right back at it again tomorrow with another game at Walnut Grove."

His counterpart Blake Baum was on the hill for Climax Springs and he allowed 13 runs, five earned, on six hits while striking out four and walking three in 2 1/3 innings. Owen Plott came in relief and worked a third of an inning allowing nine runs, three earned, on six hits with a walk and Jake Reed recorded a strikeout against the only batter he faced.

Blaum, Reed and Justus Duncan provided Climax Springs with a hit each and both Baum and Duncan had an RBI each. 

Macks Creek (7-3) visits Walnut Grove on Friday at 5 p.m. Climax Springs (0-10) will visit Hermitage on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Osage falls to California

School of the Osage hosted California Thursday night and the Indians fell a few runs short in an 8-5 loss to the Pintos.

Osage (7-5, 2-2 Tri-County Conference) will visit Russellville on Monday at 5 p.m.

This story will be updated as soon as more information becomes available