Glacier Twins split a pair against Kalispell Lakers last week

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The Twins finished even with the Kalispell Lakers A last week, splitting a pair of high-scoring games.

On Thursday the Twins held a 6-5 lead after four innings but couldn’t stop the Lakers’ bats. Kalispell drove in eight runs to the Twins’ four in the final four frames for the 13-10 victory.

Coby Clark-Dickenson led the team with three of Glacier’s 10 runs, racking up a double, an RBI and four scores.

Dan Seymour and Caleb Meehan each added two hits.

The Twins got back to form on Friday with an 11-2 clobbering of the Lakers.

Down 2-1 after three innings, Glacier notched seven runs in the next two frames to go up 8-2.

Runs in the sixth and eighth pushed the run count to 11 for the Twins.

Nathan Hader picked up the win on the mound, with three strikeouts and two walks in seven innings.

Terek Bistodeau led the bats with three hits and four scores. Seymour went 2-5 with four RBIs.

On Monday, the Twins beat the Mission Valley Mariners 10-5 and 9-5 in a doubleheader.

Twins A 011 410 111 — 10 10 2

Lakers A 002 303 41x — 13 15 4

WP—Reid Barrows; LP—Donnie Simms; S—Wes Palmer.

GLACIER TWINS A — Jack Schwaiger 1-6, Tommy Hellwig 1-3, Zach Veneman 0-5, Coby Clark-Dickenson 3-3, Dan Seymour 2-5, Terek Bistodeau 1-5, Matt Morrison 0-4, Quintin Schriver 0-4, Caleb Meehan 2-4.

KALISPELL LAKERS A — Ben Corriveau 3-5, Nate Kelly 2-3, Ryan McDonald 0-1, Reid Barrows 1-1, JD Van Kempen 1-2, Payton Davisson 1-5, Jaydon Dillon 3-5, Thomas O’Connell 1-2, Palmer 2-5, Connor Drish 0-5, Luke Halland 1-5.

2B—Clark-Dickensen, Dillon, Kelly; 3B—Kelly; RBIs—Schwager (2), Clark-Dickensen, Seymour, Bistodeau (4), Morrison; Kelly (3), Davisson, Dillon (3), Palmer.

Lakers A 200 000 000 — 2 5 3

Twins A 010 341 02x — 11 14 0

WP—Nathan Hader; LP—Chad Queen.

KALISPELL LAKERS A — Ben Corriveau 0-3, Nate Kelly 0-3, Ryan McDonald 1-2, Wes Palmer 0-2, Payton Davisson 1-3, Queen 1-1, Thomas O’Connell 0-2, Kemren 1-3, Jayden Dillon 0-1, Connor Drish 1-4, Grant Marsh 0-4, Luke Halland 0-3.

GLACIER TWINS A — Caleb Meehan 0-3, Tom Hellwig 2-5, Coby Clark-Dickenson 2-4, Jack Schwaiger 0-3, Terek Bistodeau 3-4, Dan Seymour 2-5, Forrest Kobelt 0-1, Matt Morrison 2-3, Ryan Veneman 2-4, Quintin Schriver 1-4, Billy Barret 0-0.

2B—Kemren; Hellwig, Morrison (2), Seymour, Clark-Dickenson; RBIs—Kemren (2); Hellwig, Schwaiger, Bistodeau, Seymour (4), Morrison.

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