Facing an undermanned Washington Union-Easton baseball team, the Liberty Hawks just had to withstand the early pressure and turn on the offense Friday.
After scoring five runs in the fourth, Washington Union scored three runs in the fifth, but the Hawks closed it out with four runs in the fifth for a 10-5 North Sequoia League victory at Liberty.
“Washington Union stayed in the game and got a couple of clutch hits,” first year head coach Terance Frazier said. “The score was 6-4 and our guys woke up and answered back and put more runs on the board.”
Michael Barber carried the team Friday. with two doubles and a triple with two runs scored and two RBIs...