Mavs AA rally by Lakers AA in Legion baseball

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MISSOULA — A four-run sixth inning gave the Missoula Mavericks a 6-4 Class AA American Legion baseball victory Tuesday evening over the Kalispell Lakers.

Kalispell held a 5-2 lead after five innings.

Ryan Symmes had two of Kalispell’s five hits.

The Lakers (17-5, 1-5) are back in action Saturday hosting the Billings Royals AA for a doubleheader starting at 5 p.m. The Lakers and Royals have a single game on Sunday starting at noon.

Kalispell Lakers 110 030 0 — 5 5 6

Missoula Mavs 101 004 x — 6 5 2

WP—Dylan Chalmers; LP—Ryan Galvan.

KALISPELL LAKERS — Randy Stultz 0-2, Ryan Symmes 2-4, Eric Seaman 0-4, Taylor Morton 1-3, Luke Halland 0-2, Kobe Burland 1-3, Jonathon Craver 0-3, Payton Davisson 1-2, Connor Drish 0-2.

MISSOULA MAVERICKS — Brendon Hill 0-3, Dane Fraser 1-3, Tradd Richardson 1-4, Stewart Long 1-4, Drew Stensrud 1-2, Bridger Johnson 0-3, Thomas Martin 1-3, Zach Hangas 0-2, Dayton Bay 0-3.

2B—Burland; 3B—Fraser; RBIs—Stultz, Symmes, Morton (2), Drish; Fraser (2), Richardson, Johnson.

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