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The Clark County Indians opened the week, facing the hard-hitting Centralia Panthers at home on Monday evening. Centralia took a huge lead in the opening inning, and never looked back. The Panthers scored 19 runs in the four-inning contest, winning 19-3. Drew Holstead, Zander Johnson and Eli Elam scored the three Indian runs.
On Wednesday, the Indians traveled to Macon.
Drew Holstead doubled to open the contest, and came around to score. Unfortunately, that would be the only Clark County run.
Lucas Eddleman and Ryan Tweedy had back to back hits in the fourth inning, but the Indians fell 15-1 in five innings.
On Thursday, the Indians found themselves on the road at Scotland County. Carter Briscoe and Zander Johnson gave Clark County a two-run lead in the first inning.
The game was then scoreless for the next two innings until Scotland County got on the board with a run in the bottom of the third.
Koy Nixon added an Indian run in the sixth, to take a 3-2 lead.
Scotland added three more runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the 5-3 victory.
On Friday, the Indians returned home to host Louisiana. The Bulldogs scored in the first to take an early lead.
Clark County tied the game in the second, after Lucas Eddleman reached on an error. He scored on a Gabe Howe single. The Indians added three more runs in the third after Drew Holstead, Carter Briscoe and Zander Johnson were all walked, and all eventually crossed the plate to take a 4-1 lead.
Sam Wheeler and Drew Holstead added runs in the fourth to extend Clark County’s lead to 6-1. Lucas Eddleman added a fifth inning run to put the Indians on top 7-1.
Louisiana scored one in the sixth and one in the seventh, to make the final 7-3 Clark County.
The Indians will face Brookfield, Monroe City and Highland this week.