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The Shawnee News-Star
  • High school baseball roundup

  • Bethel loses to McLoud, while Tecumseh drops two on the first day of the Tipton Invitational and Dale defeats Jones.
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  • Bethel strands 10 in loss to McLoud
    The Bethel Wildcats just could not get the key hits in a 6-2 loss at McLoud on Thursday, dropping their record to 11-10 on the season.
    The Wildcats got seven hits, including two Brooks Richards, but left 10 men on base in the loss.
    “Give their pitcher a lot of credit,” Bethel head coach Todd Brown said. “He threw a lot of strikes and kept us off-balance. He found a way to get out of innings.”
    McLoud (8-13) scored five of their six runs in the third inning before Tyler Weston came on in relief, allowing just three hits and two walks while striking out five in 3.2 scoreless innings.
    “He did a good job of stabilizing things and giving us a chance to get back in the game,” Brown said.
    The Wildcats will host Washington at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
    Pirates hit 4 home runs to down Jones
    JONES — The Dale Pirates fired four home runs in a 13-10 victory over Jones on the road Thursday.
    Tanner Nelson led the Pirates by hitting for the cycle with a single, a double, a triple and a home run.
    Cage Ross and Lane Cox followed with a double and home run each.
    Chase Byndas hit a home run and Skyler Martin added a triple.
    Xavier Lanham and Dalton Tillson contributed a double each for the Pirates.
    Tillison walked off the mound with a win, improving his pitching record, 3-0.
    The Pirates will move on with a record of 15-3.
    Dale will face McLoud at 4 p.m. Saturday.
    Note: Report compiled by Abbie Click.
    Macomb downs Preston in extra innings
    MOSS — An extra inning helped play in favor for the Macomb Hornets as they clinched a close win against Preston, 5-3, Tuesday night at the Moss Invitational.
    Preston took the lead in the bottom of the third inning, until Macomb rallied back and tied up the game in the top of the fourth.
    Johnny Carey, finishing 3-for-4, stole two bases and knocked in two runs to help snag the lead for the Hornets.
    After completing the seventh inning in a 3-3 tie, Macomb’s Troy Wilson was able to steal home and get the Hornets the victory.
    Wilson completed the game going 3-for-4 and added one RBI.
    Macomb improves their record to 15-8 and will play at noon at Moss in the Moss Invitational Tournament tomorrow.
    Page 2 of 2 - Note: Report compiled by Abbie Click.
    Savages drop a pair at Tipton Invitational
    TECUMSEH – The Tecumseh Savages dropped two games on the first day of pool play at the Bill Tipton Invitational on Thursday.
    The Savages (8-13) lost to McAlester 7-5 in their first game before dropping a 12-3 decision to Guthrie in their second game.
    Rylan Pierce had three hits against the Buffaloes and Micah Sanchez went 2-for-4, but McAlester scored six runs in the fourth to take the win, taking advantage of seven Tecumseh errors.
    Sanchez went 3-for-3 in the loss to Guthrie, which ended by run-rule after five innings. The Bluejays scored eight runs in the fifth inning.
    The Savages will play the OKC Broncos at 11 a.m. on Friday and will take on Chickasha at 6:30.
     

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