UNION CITY – Earlsboro ran all over Bowlegs, stealing 15 bases and throttling Bowlegs 13-4 Friday afternoon.

Micah Anderson had a team-high four swipes.

The Wildcats struck for one run in the first inning to take an early lead before Bowlegs went off for four runs in the top of the second.

Then Earlsboro’s bats came alive. The Wildcats scored four in the third and eight in the fourth.

Elijah Maher and Chase Puckett led the team with two RBIs apiece.

Puckett started on the mound, lasting two innings and striking out five Bison.

Maher tossed two innings in relief and struck out two.

As a team, Earlsboro walked 11 times.

Earlsboro fell to Union City in the second game of the afternoon.

The Wildcats (9-10) will play Wewoka Saturday.