Baseball wrapup: Errors costly for Meeker Bulldogs; Tecumseh Savages whip Harrah
Errors costly for Bulldogs
MEEKER — Jones took advantage of four Meeker errors to notch a 4-2 victory Monday.
Meeker pitching starter Budgie Cameron gave up four runs but only one was earned. Cameron permitted five hits, fanned five and walked one in six innings.
Reliever Jacob Martin didn’t surrender a hit, fanned one and walked one in one inning.
Meeker, 3-3, was limited to four singles. Jones made two errors, leading to one unearned run.
Meeker will travel to Jones today for a 4:30 game.
Savages whip Harrah
HARRAH — Gage Boatman and Tyler Thompson cracked solo home runs Saturday as Tecumseh outslugged Harrah 9-6.
Both players posted three hits as Tecumseh compiled 14 hits to Harrah’s 11.
Doubling for Tecumseh were Jaxon Meyers, Brandon Montgomery and Colby Trammell. Kane Ainesworth and Montgomery drove in two runs each.
Monday, Oklahoma City Broncos’ hurler Phoenix Nelson struck out 12 Savages and gave up just four hits in seven innings as Tecumseh dropped a 6-1 decision.
Kainan Ryan scored Tecumseh’s run (unearned) in the fourth inning.
Tecumseh (3-2) is scheduled to entertain North Rock Creek at noon Saturday after playing at Cushing Friday at 5 p.m
Note: Reports compiled by contributing writer Fred Fehr.