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Raiders on win streak

 


The Raiders are on a baseball win streak that has improved their overall win-loss record to 14-4 and their Central Washington North 2B record to 10-4.

Lake Roosevelt defeated the Pateros Billygoats on senior night at Greene Field April 26 12-2 and 10-0. On Saturday, the Raiders spoiled the Manson Trojans senior night by soundly trouncing them 11-1 and 12-1.

With the wins, LR is now in fourth place in the North and could hold on to the final district spot with a sweep of the Tonasket Tigers, whom they were scheduled to play last night in Tonasket after deadline.

If LR got swept by the Tigers then they are out of the district tournament as the final seed will be determined by a single-elimination game between Lyle-Wishram/Klickitat and Soap Lake tomorrow.

But the Raiders and the Tigers split the doubleheader last night, a tiebreaker game would be played tomorrow to determine the number-four seed to the district tournament starting on Saturday.

In the first round of the district tournament in Moses Lake at the Paul Lauzier complex, the Raiders in the number-four seed from the North would be playing the number-one from the South, the Warden Cougars, at 1 p.m. Warden has had a lot of success in league, but have struggled against 1A opponents. If LR defeated the Cougars, they would play again at 5 p.m. against the winner of the Okanogan/Waterville-Mansfield game.

If the Raiders then lost to Warden, they would take on the loser of the same Okanogan/Waterville-Mansfield game at 5 p.m.

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