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ELDON — The Blair Oaks Falcons extended their winning streak to four games Monday with a 14-5 victory against the Eldon Mustangs in Tri-County Conference action.

Reid Dudenhoeffer went 5-for-5 to lead the Falcon offense, finishing the game with four singles and a double. He also drove in three runs.

Blair Oaks scored three runs in the top of the third inning, then busted the game open with a nine-run fifth inning to take a 12-2 lead. The Falcons scored their remaining two runs in the seventh.

Cale Willson was 3-for-5 with three singles, while Ian Nolph added a single and a double. Hayden Salmons also had a multihit game with a pair of singles for Blair Oaks.

Levi Haney, Wilson and Josh Isaacs each drove in two runs for the Falcons.

Blair Oaks used five pitchers in the win, with Cade Stockman, Isaacs, Gavin Wekenborg and Wil Libbert each throwing one inning. Nolph pitched the final three innings, striking out six batters.

Libbert was credited with the win, striking out three batters in the fourth. Isaacs and Wekenborg also recorded three strikeouts each and Stockman added two strikeouts, giving Falcon pitchers 17 strikeouts in the win.

Jacob Bishop had two doubles for the Mustangs, while Fisher Snelling had two singles and two RBI. Dallas Hardy also tallied two RBI.

Blair Oaks (6-2, 1-0 Tri-County) will host Versailles on Wednesday in its home opener.

Eldon (2-7, 0-2 Tri-County) hosts Russellville today.

In Monday's JV game, Blair Oaks defeated Eldon 19-2 in five innings to improve to 3-1.

Tyler Doman was the winning pitcher for the Falcons, striking out six batters in four innings. At the plate, Chase Schnieders had a pair of hits, while Holden Brand had a team-high three RBI for the Falcons.

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