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High school baseball: Parkway’s Lape tosses no-hitter; Benton wins 7th straight; Bossier wins

Parkway’s Trenton Lape threw a no-hitter and Benton extended its winning streak to seven in high school baseball action Tuesday evening.

Parkway downed Loyola 3-0 at Frank Cicero Field, and Benton defeated Calvary Baptist 5-3 on the road.

Also, Bossier picked up its second win of the season, edging Haynesville 15-14 in eight innings at Haynesville.

Haughton dropped its second straight, falling to Neville 7-4 at Haughton.

At Frank Cicero Field, it took Lape only 71 pitches to complete the no-hitter. He struck out 11 and walked just two.

Parkway (8-3) took advantage of a couple of errors to score a run in the first inning,

It was still a 1-0 game going into the sixth. Cameron Fink led off with a walk. With two outs, he advanced to third on a wild pitch. Brady Norcross walked and stole second.

Barrett Newman then doubled to right field, scoring Fink and Norcross.

At Calvary Baptist, Benton (11-2) scored three in the top of the seventh to rally for the victory.

Austin Berry led off with a double and scored on Clint Lasiter’s one-out double. Grayson Gates’ double with two outs brought Lasiter home.

Rylan Lawrence then scored Owen Wainscott, running for Gates, with a single.

Dane Stearns led the Tigers at the plate, going 3-for-4. Lawrence went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Lasiter also went 2-for-4. Jack Walters hit a solo home run.

Gates went the distance, scattering eighth hits and allowing one earned run.

At Haughton, Carter Griffin and Roman Tolbert both went 2-for-3 for the Bucs (11-2). Tolbert had three RBI.

At Haynesville, Coleman Beeson had four hits, including two doubles, and five stolen bases to lead the Bearkats (2-7).

Avery Williams had two hits, two RBI and five stolen bases. Kaleb McClinton had two hits and two RBI.

Williams allowed two hits and one earned run in three innings to get the win. Beeson struck out three in an inning of work for the save.

NOTE: The above report is based on information on teams’ GameChanger accounts and provided by coaches.

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