Bellevue team stays alive in Legion World Series | NW Briefs
Brandon Mahovlich tossed a four-hitter as Lakeside bounced back from a 10-inning loss earlier on Sunday to beat Lakewood, Calif., 4-1 in the American Legion Baseball World Series.
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SHELBY, N.C. — Brandon Mahovlich tossed a four-hitter as Lakeside Recovery of Bellevue stayed alive in the American Legion Baseball World Series with a 4-1 win over Lakewood, Calif., on Sunday.
Mahovlich, from Issaquah High School, struck out seven, walked one and took a shutout into the seventh inning. Nate Anderson and Ethan Kalin each went 2 for 4 for Lakeside, which scored three runs in the second inning.
On Monday, Lakeside (38-14) plays a loser-out game against the survivor of Sunday's late game between New Orleans (39-6) and Brooklawn, N.J. (57-3). The other team still alive in the eight-team tournament is Omaha, Neb. (51-9).
Earlier Sunday, Lakeside lost to Brooklawn 3-2 in 10 innings despite an outstanding start by Aaron Sandefur. The right-hander from Newport High School allowed two hits and one earned run in seven innings. Brooklawn scored the winning run on a single, passed ball, a stolen base and a throwing error. Kalin and Jimmy Sinatro each went 2 for 4 for Lakeside.
The title game is Tuesday.
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From sports-information reports.