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story.lead_photo.caption Bud Sullins/Special to Siloam Sunday Siloam Springs third baseman Jacob Rowe applies the tag to Harrison base runner Noah Moix during Tuesday's game at James Butts Baseball Complex. Harrison defeated Siloam Springs 17-2.

CLARKSVILLE -- The Siloam Springs baseball team lost its third straight game Thursday with a 6-2 loss at Clarksville.

The game was scoreless going into the bottom of the fourth inning when Clarksville scored all six of its runs.

Clarksville took advantage of walks, hit batters and errors in the fourth.

John-Foster Case walked and Braden Payne reached on an error to put runners on second and third. Braden Nelson reached on an infield hit to load the bases and Matt Guess was hit by a pitch to drive in Clarksville's first run.

Cole Clark drew another walk as Clarksville (2-13, 1-8) pulled ahead 2-0 and Daniel Villareal ripped a bases-clearing double as Clarksville extended its lead to 5-0.

Garrett Waddil singled and Case singled to score Villareal for a 6-0 lead.

Siloam Springs scored two runs in the top of the sixth to make it 6-2.

Baron Meek singled to left and Tanner Broyles reached on an error. Both runners scored on Colin Evers' single to make it 6-2.

Siloam Springs (3-16, 2-7) had a runner reach base but couldn't get any more runs on the board in the seventh.

Taylor Pool had two hits to lead Siloam Springs, while Reed Willbanks, Meek, Isaac Price, Dalton Cook, Broyles and Evers all base hits.

Jacob Rowe was the losing pitcher, while Broyles and Meek also pitched. Payne was the winning pitcher for Clarksville, going seven innings.

Harrison 17, Siloam Springs 2

The Goblins scored 14 of their runs in the first three innings and head coach Alan Hardcastle was ejected in a mercy-rule loss on Tuesday at James Butts Baseball Complex. Hardcastle also had to sit out the game against Clarksville.

The Goblins, who defeated Siloam Springs 2-1 in Harrison on April 5, jumped all over the Panthers 5-0 in the first inning and added five more runs in the top of the second for a 10-0 lead. Hardcastle was ejected in the top of the second inning.

The Goblins scored four more runs in the third and three in the fifth, while Siloam Springs scored one run in the bottom of the fifth.

Brecklin Duck and Carson Journagan each had three hits for Harrison, while Duck had four RBIs and Journagan scored three runs. Tanner Taylor and Cole Keylon each had two hits. Taylor and Thailer Lovell each scored four runs and had a pair of RBIs. Colton Shaver also scored three runs for the Goblins.

Duck picked up the win on the mound, allowing six hits in five innings of work.

Reed Willbanks was the losing pitcher for Siloam Springs, while Tanner Broyles and Dalton Marsh also saw mound time.

Chance Hilburn and Elijah Coffey each had base hits and RBIs for Siloam Springs, while Isaac Price, Dalton Cook, Tanner Broyles and Jacob Rowe all had base hits.

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Siloam Springs' nonconference game against Mountain Home scheduled for Friday was canceled because of weather. The Panthers are scheduled to host Alma on Tuesday at James Butts Baseball Complex. Alma defeated the Panthers 6-5 on March 15.

Sports on 04/15/2018

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