Young Lakers drop two in Great Falls

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GREAT FALLS — Eric Seaman and Payton Davisson each had a hit and an RBI and Taylor Morton had two RBIs in a losing effort on Sunday for the Kalispell Lakers AA. The Lakers fell 6-5 to the host Great Falls Chargers in an American Legion baseball contest.

Kalispell led 3-0 after three innings Sunday, but the Chargers scored four runs in the fourth. The teams traded runs in the fifth and sixth.

Overall,the Lakers finished the weekend with one win and two losses at Great Falls. They split a doubleheader on Saturday, losing the first game 9-8, but bouncing back to take control of the second game, 9-2.

“We have had leads late in three of four losses. We are still young on the mound and in our lineup. There’s a learning curve, but bottom line is we need to learn how to finish,” said Lakers coach Ryan Malmin.

“We still have guys competing for starting jobs, so hopefully, guys will step up and we can start solidifying a lineup,” he said.

“With a young group, you know there’s going to be growing pains, and the goal is to peak at the end of the season. As long as we can learn from our mistakes and keep getting more experience then we should peak at the right time,” he added.

Jack Corriveau was 3-for-4 in Saturday’s 9-2 win with two doubles and two RBI. Ryan Symmes contributed three RBI in that one. Wes Palmer held Great Falls to six hits to pick up the win.

Payton Davisson batted 4-for-4 in the the 9-8 loss. He had three doubles and three RBI.

Great Falls Chargers 6, Kalispell Lakers 5

Kalispell 003 011 0 — 5 3 1

Great Falls 000 411 x — 6 7 4

AJ Wood and Jonathan Craver. Braden Welty, Cam McNamee (6), Cal Cromwell (6) and Keeton Clark. W — Cromwell. L — Wood.

Lakers — Randy Schultz 0-2, Ryan Symmes 0-3, Eric Seaman 1-3, Taylor Morton 0-4, Luke Halland 0-4, Jack Corriveau 1-4, Jonathan Craver 0-3, Payton Davisson 1-2, Connor Drish 0-1. RBI — Seaman, Morton 2, Davisson 1.

Chargers — Cal Cromwell 1-3, Derick Spring 2-3, Travis Stauter 1-2, Kael Richards 1-2, Josh Lowery 0-2, Braden Hirst 0-3, Tyler Marr 2-3, Keeton Clark 0-2, Logan Huston 0-3, Hunter Houck 0-0. 2B — Stauter. RBI — Richards 1, Marr 2, Huston 1.

Late Saturday

Great Falls Chargers 9, Kalispell Lakers 8

Kalispell 000 161 0 — 8 10 4

Great Falls 103 100 4 — 9 9 1

Logan Siblerud, Ryan Galvan, (6), Ryan McDonald (7) and Jonathan Craver. Josh Lowery, Cam McNamee (5), Brian Hirst (5), Tyler Marr (7) and Keeton Clark. W — Marr. L — McDonald.

Lakers — Randy Schultz 1-3, Eric Seaman 1-2, Luke Halland 0-2, Ryan Symmes 1-4, Ben Corriveau 0-1, Jack Corriveau 0-2, AJ Wood 1-1, Jonathan Craver 0-3, Taylor Morton 1-3, Payton Davisson 4-4, Connor Drish 1-3. 2B —Wood, Davisson 3. RBI — Craver 1, Morton 2, Davisson 3.

Chargers —Cal Cromwell 2-4, Derick Spring 1-4, Travis Stauter 3-5, Kael Richards 2-3, Braden Hirst 0-4, Braden Welty 0-1, Hunter Houck 0-1, Tyler Marr 0-3, Keeton Clark 0-3, Logan Huston 1-4. 2B —Kael Richards, Cal Cromwell, Logan Huston. RBI —Stauter 2, Richards 3, Welty 1.

Kalispell Lakers 9, Great Falls Chargers 2

Kalispell 101 700 0 — 9 10 1

Great Falls 100 100 0 — 2 6 4

Wes Palmer and Jonathan Craver. Derick Spring, Logan Huston (4), Josh Banderob (5), Fox Weymouth (6) and Keeton Clark. W — Palmer. L — Spring.

Lakers — Randy Shultz 1-5, Ryan Symmes 1-3, Eric Seaman 1-4, Taylor Morton 1-3, Luke Halland 0-3, Jack Corriveau 3-4. Jonathan Craver 1-4, Payton Davisson 1-3, Connor Drish 1-3.2B — J. Corriveau 2, Morton, Seaman. RBI — Symmes 3, Seaman 1, Morton 1, J. Corriveau 2, Davisson 1.

Chargers — Cal Cromwell 2-4, Josh Lowery 0-3, Josey Hinderager 0-1, Travis Stauter 2-4, Kael Richards 1-2, Braden Welty 0-2, Braden Hirst 0-2, Josh Banderob 0-1, Tyler Marr 1-3, Keeton Clark 0-2, Logan Huston 0-2, Hunter Houck 0-1. 2B — Stauter. RBI — Cromwell 1, Richards 1.

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