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story.lead_photo.caption Lake Hamilton first baseman Dylan Horton (23) makes his way to first base after hitting an RBI single in the second inning of Sunday's game against Texarkana. (Photo by James Leigh of The Sentinel-Record)

SHERIDAN, Ark. — After trading runs in the first two innings, the Texarkana Razorbacks took control in the third inning and never looked back against White Hall on Sunday during a wood bat tournament in Central Arkansas.

Texarkana, which went 2-2 over the weekend, scored in all but one inning in its 8-3 triumph over White Hall.

An Ethan Brooks walk and an RBI-double by Kade Garmany helped boost a three-run fourth helped seal the win as the Razorbacks racked up 10 hits on the day. Peyten Lewis, Daegan Covington and Garmany each recorded multiple hits, with the Garmany recording a game-high three. 

Lewis recorded the win for Texarkana. He went five innings, where he allowed two runs on five hits and struck out six.

 

Texarkana 15, Lake Hamilton 6

After watching Lake Hamilton score five runs in the second inning, Texarkana's bats also got hot and defeated Lake Hamilton, 15-6, in the early game Sunday.

Texarkana collected 13 hits in the victory to Lake Hamilton's six.

Peyten Lewis, Christian Vicknair and Roc Hawthorne each helped the Hogs take the lead for good in the third inning with RBI-singles. The trio each finished with two hits to lead the team.

Ethan Brooks had a game-high three of the Razorbacks' eight stolen bases.

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