Heavener loses 2 in Atoka Festival
Heavener’s winning streak in high school baseball was snapped at five Thursday in the Atoka Wood Bat Festival as the Wolves lost two high-scoring games.
The Wolves are now 5-7 and lost the opener to Amber-Pocassett 15-11 before falling in the second contest to Hartshorne, 11-10.
In the opening game, Am-Po broke a 10 all tie by scoring five runs in the bottom of the sixth. Heavener added a run in the seventh for the final margin, but the rally was cut short.
Bryce Early started for the Wolves and went two outs, giving up two hits and eight runs with four walks. Canyon Ford threw 4.1 innings, giving up seven hits and two runs with a strike out and three walks before Jackson Clubb pitched the final inning, allowing three hits and five runs with two strikeouts and three walks. Heavener outhit Am-Po 17-12, but also gave up 10 walks compared to three.
Jackson Clubb doubled and was 3-5 with two RBI and a run, Bryce Morrison went 3-4 with four runs, Angel Alvarez had a 3-4 outing with two RBI and two runs, Devry Ritter finished 3-4 with two RBI and Early doubled while going 1-3 with two RBI and a run.
Am-Po 15, Heavener 11
HHS 3 6 0 0 0 1 1—11 17 2
APHS 8 0 0 1 1 5 x—15 12 2
In the second game against Hartshorne, Heavener scored four times in the Wolves’ last at-bat, but came up a little short, losing 11-10.
Dalton Semore started for the Wolves and went 3.1 innings, giving up five hits and six runs with one strikeout and six walks. Braxton Dugan threw the final 3.1 innings, allowing five hits and four runs. He struck out three and walked two.
Bryce Morrison was 2-5 with a run, Alvarez went 2-3 with three runs and a RBI, Devry Ritter had a 2-4 outing with a run, Hagen Ritter doubled and was 1-4 with two RBI and Jaxon Armstrong doubled in a 1-4 outing with a run scored.
Hartshorne 11, Heavener 10
HAR 1 0 3 3 0 2 2—11 11 3
HEA 0 1 0 1 1 3 4—10 11 1