Lazits was brilliant all afternoon long, striking out 11, while allowing just one hit in the complete-game effort.
"I felt really good," Lazits said. "The weather was nice, that kept me loose. Fastball was lively, curveball was working, and I was locating well."
In a stretch from the fourth to the sixth innings, Lazits recorded six consecutive strikeouts.
"He was great today," Hudson coach
Taconic will play in a state championship for the third consecutive season Saturday, it faces
"I'm proud of our senior group, especially our captains," Reinhardt said. "
Taconic broke through in the third inning, batting around to take a 4-0 lead. Lazits sparked the rally with a leadoff single, before
The Hawks had their best shot to score in the second inning.
The Braves added insurance in the sixth inning when Brendan Stennard walked with the bases loaded to make it 5-0. Stuart didn't give in, though, recording a strikeout and a groundout to escape further damage.
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