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JAMESTOWN, Mo. — The Calvary Lutheran Lions dropped a 12-8 decision Monday to the Jamestown Eagles.

Jonathan Lieb had a solo home run and scored three times for Calvary Lutheran, Morgan Allen drove in two runs while Ben Hardin had two hits. Alex Proctor, Jared Braun and Logan Meers all had an RBI for the Lions.

Proctor took the loss. In 4 innings, he allowed 10 runs (eight earned) on seven hits and four walks.

Jamestown scored a run in every inning it batted. Calvary Lutheran led 8-5 going to the bottom of the fourth, but the Eagles answered with two runs in the inning, then took the lead for good with a three-run fifth.

Evan Schoenthal had three RBI for Jamestown, while Tristan Jones added two hits and two RBI.

Bradley Schoenthal was the winning pitcher, striking out five in 3 innings. Mack Sorrells started for the Eagles and struck out nine in 3 innings.

Calvary Lutheran (7-8) will host Vienna at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. The Lions were scheduled to host Versailles today, but that game has been moved to May 13.

Jamestown (9-5), which is receiving votes in the latest Class 1 state rankings, is back in action Wednesday at Tipton.

On Saturday, Calvary defeated Missouri Military Academy 12-5.

Braun had four hits for the Lions and scored twice. Lieb had two hits, scored twice and drove in three runs. Meers totaled two hits, two runs scored and two RBI. Jesse Jorgensen had two hits and two RBI, while Proctor also had two hits and scored twice. Carter Brooks had two RBI in the victory.

Lieb went the distance to get the victory, allowing three earned runs on 10 hits while recording 12 strikeouts.

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