WILBURTON — Two more victims were added to the belt of undefeated Shawnee Thursday.
The Wolves had to score six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to get past Pryor, 7-5, then riddled Claremore 10-2 at the McAlester Tournament.
Both games were played at Eastern State College.
Pryor led 5-1 entering the bottom of the sixth inning, only to have Shawnee rally to move to 29-0.
Cale Reed, the third of four SHS pitchers, earned the win after allowing one run on three hits. Reed walked just one batter.
Jake Taylor earned the save by blanking Pryor in the seventh. Taylor didn’t permit a hit, fanned two and issued one walk.
Shawnee finished with seven hits with leadoff batter Eli Davis posting a double and single.
Five other Wolves had a single apiece. Kade Self scored twice and drove in two runs.
Two of Shawnee’s six runs in the sixth were unearned. Pryor finished with two errors while Shawnee had one.
Versus Claremore, Shawnee upped its record to 30-0 off an 18-hit attack, including eight for extra bases.
Taylor, who went 3 for 5, smacked a home run and two doubles. He scored twice and drove in two.
Saul Villegas went 4 for 5, including a double, and Davis was 3 for 5 with a triple and double. Austin Wood and Cole Payne notched two hits with Payne claiming a double.
A.J. Barron not only drove in two runs but tossed a route-going seven-hitter. Both Claremore runs were unearned as Shawnee errored four times.
Claremore, the home team, had its only lead at 1-0 after the first inning. Shawnee scored in five of the seven innings, including a three-spot in the fourth.
Shawnee will continue McAlester Tournament play today with games against Duncan (10 a.m.) and Durant (12:30).