Lincoln County took a strong 11-3 win at Beaver, Utah on Monday, April 22.

Lincoln owned the top of the first inning with four runs. Attempting to catch up, Beaver scored three in the bottom. Lincoln only went up from there while Beaver’s score stayed stagnant thereafter.

Lincoln scored four more runs by the fourth inning, and by the top of the sixth had established an eight-run lead.

Mason Thornock pitched, striking out seven.

Kamdon Lewis went 3-for-5 with a double, two home runs and six RBIs. Kobe Walker hit 2-for-2 with a double and one RBI. Mathew Hafen and Kobe Kelley each hit a double.

“The season is going good,” Lewis said. “We have one loss, which was dumb, but we only lost by one.”

Lewis was happy that the team made no errors in the field and hit the ball well.

Lincoln is 21-1 overall and are first in the 2A Southern League at 10-0. The Lynx face two good tests as it gears up for another postseason run. The team hosts second place Laughlin (14-2, 8-2) April 26 for the final home game of the regular season, starting at 1 p.m.

“It’s senior night,” Lewis said. “It should be a good game; they have some good players.”

Lincoln plays at third place Meadows (15-3, 8-2) to wrap up the schedule on May 2.

The 2A Southern League playoffs are May 9-11 at Mountain View High School in Las Vegas.