Oxford picked an ideal opponent to play its best baseball of the summer season. The Chargers defeated Lafayette 10-2 Friday night at Edwin Moak Field in a NEMCABB game that decided seeding for both teams in this week’s tournament finale. (more…) (June 24, 2013, Page 1B)
Lafayette’s 5-4 loss to North Pontotc at W.V. Brewer Field boiled down to not producing enough offense during the course of the game. While the Commodores scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh, and had two runners in scoring position with the chance to win the game, not scoring runs in the first six frames came back to haunt them. (more…) (April 16, 2013, Page 8)
After facing each other earlier in the week, the Lafayette Commodores and Senatobia Warriors hooked up for a rematch Friday night, this time at WV Brewer Field. The Commodores won Tuesday’s game 11-1, and while the offensive surge was not there on Friday, Lafayette defeated the Warriors for the second time in four days with a 6-1 victory.
Senatobia senior pitcher Davis Brown kept the Commodores’ offense in check through most of the game.
After two less than desirable results against division foe Lewisburg last week, the Lafayette baseball team looked to swing the pendulum back in its favor against Clarksdale. (more…) (April 2, 2013, Page 8)
NEW ALBANY — Lafayette’s run through the MHSAA Class 4A playoffs this past spring seems to be reforming in the annual NEMCABB Championship Tournament. After going 2-1 in regional pool play last week at Oxford’s Edwin Moak Field, the Commodores are off to a 3-0 start in the single-elimination portion of the tournament. (more…) (June 27, 2012, Page 6)
An intensity not seen since the spring was the backdrop of Friday night’s game between Lafayette and Oxford in the NEMCAAB Tournament Oxford Regional Final. The Chargers defeated the Commodores 5-3 at Edwin Moak Field to earn the top seed from regional play in this week’s single-elimination portion of the tournament being played in New Albany.
For first-year Lafayette coach Patrick Robey, Friday’s title game was played with a noticeable difference compared to other summer league games. (June 25, 2012, Page 7)
Lafayette won’t play a game that counts in the MHSAA standings for over eight months.
While that may be true, the Commodores aren’t taking the summer off.