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Spokane Drops 5th Straight and Falls 1-0 to Volcanoes

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KEIZER — Volcanoes pitchers Cameron Lamb and Cody Hall combined on a two-hit shutout Sunday and Joe Panik scored the game's only run in Salem-Keizer's 1-0 victory against the Spokane Indians.
The win gave the Volcanoes (12-7 in the second half) a five-game series sweep of the Indians and kept them in a tie for first place in the Northwest League West Division with Everett, which also won Sunday.
Lamb was stellar, allowing one hit and no walks in seven innings and striking out six. He improved to 3-5. Hall allowed a hit and a walk in two shutout innings, striking out two for his third save.
Salem-Keizer scored in the fourth inning. Joe Panik led off with his seventh double of the season, then moved to third on Brett Krill's fly ball. Kaohi Downing followed with a sacrifice fly to right field, scoring Panik.
Spokane's only threat against Lamb came in the first inning, when Edwin Garcia hit a one-out single, moved to second on a groundout and went to third on a wild pitch. But Lamb struck out Brett Nicholas looking to end the inning.
Lamb then set the side down in order in the next four innings. He allowed only one more baserunner, hitting Nick Vickerson with a pitch in the sixth, but Vickerson was thrown out stealing. Lamb then set the Indians down 1-2-3 in the seventh.
Salem-Keizer starts a three-game set with Vancouver at
7 p.m. tonight.

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