Vincent (0-5 overall, 0-2 Desert Mountain League) grabbed the first lead of the game with a couple runs in the third frame. Nicolas Santos and Michael Gamboa both came across for the Scots. Santos came in on a single by Julian Escalera off Hornet starter Josh Flores and Gamboa scored on a passed ball.
Calipatria (1-7, 1-2) earned the tie in the bottom of the frame when Lyerly singled in Johnny Fallovollita, who finished 3-for-4 with three runs scored.
The Hornets took the lead in the bottom half of the fourth when Fallovollita came across again on an error by Vincent after doubling in the inning. The run gave Calipatria a 3-2 lead and got the ball rolling for the fifth and sixth innings.
Lyerly had a run-scoring double in the fifth as part of a three-run Hornet frame. The Scots hurt themselves in the inning with two errors that allowed two more runs to score. Vincent got one back in the top of the sixth on an RBI single by Adrian Araguas scoring Eddie Olivas, but Calipatria wasn't done.
"We relied on our first pitcher too much and we had to go to our reliever and he didn't do too well either," said Scot coach Edward Roldan.
With both Josh Noriega and Fallovollita on base in the bottom of the sixth, Lyerly cracked his second double to push across the game's final runs.
"The first nine of our 11 games are on the road, but we're improving despite that," said Hornets coach Mike Dixon. "We're a young team and we're still learning. Everytime we step on the field, however, we're improving."
Calipatria will face its next opponent on the road against Mountain Empire at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, while Vincent will be trying for its first win at Borrego Springs at the same time and date.