Lake Havasu Boys Baseball Takes Loss with Chins Up…

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Lake Havasu Boys Baseball Takes Loss with Chins Up…

Our Knights show good sportsmanship after the game by giving knuckles to the opposing team.

Our Knights show good sportsmanship after the game by giving knuckles to the opposing team.

Photo Credit Taeya Martinez

Our Knights show good sportsmanship after the game by giving knuckles to the opposing team.

Photo Credit Taeya Martinez

Photo Credit Taeya Martinez

Our Knights show good sportsmanship after the game by giving knuckles to the opposing team.

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Our 9–6 Lake Havasu Boys Varsity Baseball Team were able to shut out the 8–5 Lee Williams Volunteers for the first five innings. Three different pitchers took the mound for Lake Havasu with the Volunteers scoring off of two pitchers, taking the lead in the sixth inning. Even though the scores were close throughout the game, the Volunteers pulled out a win, but the boys did not go down without a strong fight. The team only hopes to strengthen from this loss before their next game.

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  • With his mindset on the base, senior Aydin McDonald takes a straight swing at the ball.

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  • Nearly being hit by the ball, sophomore Kaden Twyman backs out of the way.

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  • Even though the pitch was a bit high, Twyman connects his bat to the ball to get on base.

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  • Awaiting to be sent home, Twyman takes a lead off second base.

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  • Aiming to keep the runner in his place and away from second base, senior James Masden begins his wind up for the pitch.

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  • Trying to throw off the batter, junior Cameron Bagshaw prepares to pitch a fastball.

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  • Nearly hitting the ball, junior Ryan Rose shows a quality swing against a curveball pitch.

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  • Having been thrown a perfect pitch down the middle, McDonald fouls off the ball.

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  • Preparing to strike out the other team, sophomore Isaiah Rivas shows his fastball pitch right before release.

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  • In hopes of striking the batter out, Rivas pitches a fastball, though his teammates are ready to back him up in case of a hit.

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  • Putting all his effort into his swing, senior William Prater takes an attempt at a fastball pitch.

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  • With all the power and force in his body, Bagshaw releases the ball to his next victim.

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  • While the offense continued to struggle, junior Ryan Rose comes to the plate to get the ball rolling.

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  • A new ball gets hit, and sophomore Cole Fuller crosses home plate as he gets driven home.

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  • In hopes of stopping another batter from getting on base, sophomore Isaiah Rivas sets up his pitch.

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  • In hopes of striking out his second batter, senior James Masden begins his fastball wind up.

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  • Having a near miss by a pitch, senior Jacob Hunnicutt backs out of the box before the ball could strike his face.

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  • As the game becomes intense, sophomore Max Vetter gets in his ready position at third base in case the ball is shot down his way.

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  • In an attempt to end the inning, Masden takes his next pitch. Fortunately, the batter hits directly back to him to get the third out.

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