The LaCoMo junior league all-star baseball team's postseason was hanging by a thread as of Monday afternoon. LaCoMo was 1-1 in district play at Albany.
LaCoMo opened with a 9-5 victory over Harrison County on Saturday, a five-run bottom of the sixth playing a huge role.
Levi Kreie, Tucker Wege-ner, Tyler Mitchell and Dalton Edwards each had a single for LaCoMo. Kreie, Jordan Schlueter and Edwards each scored two runs and Josiah Beck, Mitchell and Dalton Vi-sentin one each. Schlueter, Wegener, Mason Meyer, Col-lin Lynch, Mitchell and Ed-wards each had one RBI.
Schlueter allowed four runs in four innings to earn the win. Meyer earned the save.
Northwest led 8-0 through the top of the third Sunday. It was a 13-5 lead after the top of the fourth, en route to a 16-8 victory.
Kreie had two singles, Meyer a double and Schlueter, Wegener and Lynch a single each. Wegener scored two runs, Kreie, Meyer, Derek Woodall, Edwards and Vi-sentin one each. Meyer drove in two runs and Kreie, Schlue-ter, Lynch and Beck one each.
Kreie, who suffered the mound loss, Beck, Logan Glasco and Edwards all toiled on the hill. Kreie struck out four and Glasco one.
LaCoMo played Carroll County Monday night to try to stay alive.
The LaCoMo East 10- and 11-year-old baseball all-stars were eliminated from play at the district tournament with an 18-0 loss to Northwest Satur-day and a 17-2 setback to Har-rison County Sunday at Eagle-ville.