A reversal of fortune is just what the Bishop Lynch baseball team needed, at exactly the right time.
The Friars had won just one of their previous 11 games before heading to Tomball for the Rosehill Christian Tournament last weekend. There, the Friars (7-9-1) bested Northland Christian, Emery/Weiner, and Legacy Prep Academy to claim the tournament championship and build some momentum heading into district play, which begins Wednesday at PCA.
The Friars will face Prestonwood Christian at 3:00 pm on Wednesday and host the Lions on Thursday at 7:00 pm. During spring break the team will host John Paul II next Tuesday and play in Plano on March 15. Both games are scheduled for 7:00 pm.
Friars 5, Northland Christian 2
Kade Findley (1-0) picked up his first win of the season with 4.2 innings allowing just one hit and one run. Jalen Webster and Matt Johnson each doubled and had two hits and Johnson drove in four runs. Christian Cabra swiped three bags.
Friars 10, Emery/Weiner 0
John McVicker, Larson Beaurline, and Webster combined to throw a no-hitter on just 71 pitches, helping McVicker (2-2) earn his second victory of the year. Westin Walls and Aaron Hunter each drove in a pair of runs and Grant Young crossed the plate three times.
Friars 11, Legacy Prep 3
Max Danielsen (3-3) needed just two scoreless and hitless innings to earn his third win of the year and lower his earned run average to just 1.14. The Friars scored three in the first inning and six more in the second, collecting 10 hits in four innings. Webster doubled twice and had three hits while driving in a pair of runs. Danielsen also doubled and drove in two.