Wolves secure split of doubleheader at Eufaula

Wolves secure split of doubleheader at Eufaula

EUFAULA—Heavener split a pair of District 3A-7 baseball games Friday at Eufaula.

The Wolves are now 6-19 overall and 4-8 in district play. Eufaula improves to 14-11 and 7-5, but due to the loss finished tied with Spiro for third place in the district. Spiro and Eufaula split their two games this year, but the Ironheads finished ahead in the points to represent the district as the third-place team.

Heavener took the opener, 12-2 before Eufaula bounced back to take the nightcap, 12-1.

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In the opener, Heavener snapped a five-game losing streak behind the pitching of Jackson Clubb and an offense that finished with 11 hits and seven walks.

Clubb pitched all four innings, giving up five hits and two runs, both earned, with three strikeouts and no walks.

Bryce Morrison doubled and was 2-4 with two RBI and a run, Brintly Hash went 2-4 with a RBI, Kason Krebbs had a 2-3 game with two RBI and a run, Spencer Clubb tripled and went 1-2 with three RBI and two runs and Bryce Early was 1-3 with a run.

Heavener 12, Eufaula 2

HHS  2  0  3  7—12 11  0

EHS  0  0  2  0—2  5  3

The second game was totally different.

While the Wolves played error-free ball in the first game, Heavener had five errors in the second game, game up seven hits and hit four batters.

Morrison lasted only 1.1 innings as the starter, giving up six hits and seven runs, four earned, with a strikeout and walk. Early pitched 2.2 innings in relief, allowing four hits and three runs, all earned, with four walks and two strikeouts. Canyon Ford threw the final inning, giving up one hit and two runs with two strikeouts and two walks.

Jackson Clubb tripled and was 1-2 with a RBI. Morrison, Hagen Ritter and Krebbs each singled for Heavener’s other hits.

Eufaula 12, Heavener 1

EHS  4  3  0  0  5—12 11  4

HHS  1  0  0  0  0—1  4  5

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