"It's a big family in here. It's just fun to play and it's easy to play here."
All the offense and Trepagnier's effort masked a rough night for Power starter John Kuchno, who lasted just three innings, yielding five earned runs on six hits, two walks and two hit batsmen while striking out two.
Lakewood reliever Geoff Broussard (2-2) was responsible for the backbreaking fifth inning, yielding all six earned runs on five hits in taking the loss.
The Power also scored in the fifth on an RBI double for D.J. Crumlich and a two-run single for Walker Gourley.
Newcomer Jordan Steranka went 2 for 5 with an RBI after an 0-for-5 performance on Thursday while Josh Bell had a pair of hits and runs scored. Dilson Herrera started the scoring for West Virginia in the first with a solo blast to left field, his seventh homer of the year.
West Virginia catcher Kawika Emsley-Pai walked three times and scored after each of them.
Willie Carmona had two hits with a double and two RBIs to lead Lakewood (1-1).
The teams will continue the four-game set at 7:05 tonight. The Power will send right-hander Tyler Glasnow (3-1, 2.83 ERA) to the mound. Lakewood will counter with lefty Yoel Antonio Mecias (4-2, 3.71).
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