Oklahoma Baptist couldn’t get the big hit in the second game after getting plenty of them in the opener in an 11-1, 5-6 split with Culver-Stockton Saturday.


Oklahoma Baptist couldn’t get the big hit in the second game after getting plenty of them in the opener in an 11-1, 5-6 split with Culver-Stockton Saturday.
The Bison had 10 hits in the opener, including three by Anthony Lopez and two apiece by Reece Alnas and Mitchell Prophet.
OBU hurlker Richie Mirowski (2-0) allowed one unearned run in five innings, while collecting two strikeouts and allowing two hits.
Lopez had four RBI and Alnas and Prophet had three each.
OBU scored six in the first inning, much of that coming on four consecutive doubles by Bam Davis, Lopez, Daniel Baptista and Reece Alnas. Bam Davis had an RBI, Lopez two and Alnas one in that parade. Prophet added a two-run single.
The Bison made it 9-0 in the third on a two-run double by Lopez and an RBI walk to Alnas.
OBU ended the game on the run-rule with two in the bottom of the fifth on an RBI single by Alnas and an RBI double by Prophet.
OBU fell behind 2-0 in the top of the first in the second game, but tied it in the bottom of the first on an RBI single by Davis and an RBI double by Lopez.
The Bison went ahead 4-2 in the third, including an RBI triple by Alan Trayler.
Culver-Stockton scored four in the fifth.
 on three hits and two errors.
The Bison cut the CSC lead to 6-5 in the fifth on a sacrifice fly by Trayler.
OBU had seven hits, including three by Terrence Buchanan.
Ryan Plum (1-1) took the loss, allowing four unearned runs. He had six strikeouts in five innings.
Now 5-3, the Bison play at Southeastern Oklahoma State at 2 p.m. Tuesday.