The Edmond Sun

March 27, 2013

Wolves, Antlers win on diamond; Bulldogs fall


The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — Santa Fe 14, Lawton Eisenhower 2

The Edmond Santa Fe Wolves blew out Lawton Eisenhower, 14-2, on the road Monday.

Xavier Sundman led the way for Santa Fe, driving in four runs on a 2-for-3 night and scoring twice himself. Connor Sweeney and Tim Walsh both scored three runs for the Wolves.

J.R. Hensley got the win, striking out five over four innings and allowing four hits, two earned runs and a pair of walks.

Deer Creek 11, El Reno 1

The Deer Creek Antlers wasted no time getting to El Reno on Monday, putting up six runs in the first two innings en route to an 11-1 run-rule win.

The scoring began in earnest in the second inning when, holding a 1-run lead, Deer Creek’s Jordan Boyer singled to center field, driving in Aiden Doherty and Brock Redwine. After a Cole Lindley grounder scored Chad Dunlop, Boyer scored on Caleb Eldridge’s two-run home run and the Antlers secured a 6-1 lead.

Boyer went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a pair of runs; Doherty scored three runs and drove in one; Eldridge was 2-for-2 with two runs and two RBIs.

Joe Peregrin got the six-inning win for Deer Creek. He struck out seven, walked one and allowed two hits and one earned run.

Memorial 5, Westmoore 10

Westmoore took a 10-5 win from Edmond Memorial Monday in the first game of a home-and-home series. The Jaguars put up five runs in the first inning and two in the second, and the Bulldogs were not able to battle back.

Fielding miscues decimated the Bulldogs’ effort. Only three of the 10 runs allowed by Memorial starter Garett Hill were earned, as the Bulldog defense committed seven errors behind him. Hill allowed nine hits and walked three in six innings.

At the plate, Jack Hal and Wade Hanska both drove in a pair of runs, and Hunter Schellhardt was 2-for-4 with a run scored.

Santa Fe 22, Lawton Eisenhower 2

The second game of Santa Fe’s home-and-home with Lawton Ike was over almost before it began, as the Wolves put up nine runs in the first inning.

Sam Endicott had a monster night for SF, going 3-for-4 with six RBIs and three runs. Jacob Jerome and Colin Lyon also had multiple RBIs; seven other Wolves drove in runs. Eleven SF players scored runs on 17 hits, as the Wolves capitalized on eight walks by the Ike pitching staff and four errors from Lawton fielders.

Kevin Orr (four innings pitched, no runs, two walks, seven strikeouts) got the win for Santa Fe.

The Wolves are now 9-6.

Deer Creek 19, El Reno 2

Deer Creek continued its dominance of Class 5A rival El Reno on Tuesday, taking a 19-2 win in five innings on the road.

Deer Creek put up 11 runs in the first inning behind an RBI single from Dylan Rycroft, a three-RBI double from Aiden Doherty, a two-RBI single from Tucker Fox and a two-RBI double from Rycroft as the Antlers batted around.

Jordan Boyer led the Antlers at 3-for-4 with four runs and three RBIs.

Rycroft, Doherty and Alex Forget each had three RBIs as well, and Brock Forget scored three runs. Peyton Blass struck out six over five innings and allowed five hits and two unearned runs to get the win.

Edmond Memorial 0, Westmoore 7

The Edmond Bulldogs fell on the road at Westmoore, 7-0, on Tuesday.

Defense was again a sore spot for Memorial, as Bulldog fielders committed five errors. Starter Parker Rigler allowed only two earned runs and six hits while striking out five and walking two in five innings.

Jack Hale and Garett Hill both had multi-hit games for Memorial.