The Subiaco Academy Trojans dropped games to Dardanelle and Paris last week and remained winless in the young high school baseball season.
Against Dardanelle, Subiaco struggled in a 12-1 loss.
Subiaco’s Caleb Phillips struggled with command on the mound and the Dardanelle hitters made him pay for it with timely hits. Ryan King came in relief of Phillips and was slightly more effective on the mound holding the Sand Lizards to three runs.
Little happened on the offensive side for the Trojans. Peter Sayre scored the Trojans only run when Bryce Tencleve hit him home on a strong two out double down the left field line.
Earlier in the week, Paris beat Subiaco, 9-2.
Subiaco struck first with and RBI from Bryce Tencleve that scored Patrick Richardson from third. Tencleve did his best to hold off the Eagles offense, but Tencleve was punished by an extremely poor defensive showing from the Trojans.
Tencleve got eight strikeouts on the night, but the Trojan defense had an equal number of errors. Tencleve surrendered eight runs with only four being earned. Tencleve finished 2-3 with an RBI and a run scored.
Peter Sayre and Caleb Phillips contributed with a hit a piece.
The Trojans have a big week ahead of them with four games in a row. They will play Ozark, Charleston, Cedarville, and Hector. The Trojans are currently 0-3 on the season.