Lincoln County High baseball continued its dominance with wins over Parowan and Mountain View.

On March 20, Lincoln County took it to Parowan at home, winning 16-3.

Lincoln came out strong, and by the top of the third inning, already had a 10- run lead. Two more runs in the bottom of the third led to a 12-point lead. Parowan answered with one run in the top of the fourth, but the Lynx quickly turned the inning and sealed the deal with a 16-3 win.

Kobe Walker pitched, striking out four.

Mason Thornock was 2-for-3 with a double and a triple and three RBIs. Walker was 3-for-4 with three RBIs and one run.

On March 22, Lincoln crushed Mountain View Christian Academy in a doubleheader in Las Vegas, 15-0 both games.

In the first game, Mckinley O’Connor pitched and struck out seven batters.

Kobe Kelley hit a double with three RBIs.

Lincoln scored all its points in the first inning.

The teams played again immediately after the first game. It was a repeat of the previous contest, only the runs were a little more spread out over the three innings.

Thornock was 2-for-3 with three RBIs and Hunter Cluff was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.

Alex Vincent pitched, striking out eight.

Coach Raymond Wadsworth said, “I hope we’re improving. It’s kind of hard to gauge because Mountain View struggled. In fact, McKinley and Alex both threw a no-hitter through three innings. They didn’t put the ball in play, but they struggled defensively too. However, Parowan’s a really good team. This is the first time that we’ve beat them since I’ve been coaching. It was good and encouraging to get that win.”

March 26, Lincoln played Milford High School at home. They will play Calvary Chapel Christian Academy at home on April 1, at 1 and 3 p.m.