Oklahoma Daily Roundup: 3/11




Andy Urban 
 

Oklahoma State Director
 

Welcome to the Daily Roundup.

This spring, Prep Baseball Report Oklahoma will continue to strive to provide the most comprehensive baseball coverage the state has to offer. We will be reporting scores along with posting game recaps and highlighting teams and individual performances throughout the spring season. Send and scores, box scores, or top performances to [email protected] to make sure they make they get seen. Also, check-out the Oklahoma Scout Blog for scouting and analysis of individual players as they progress through the spring. 

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OKLAHOMA DAILY ROUNDUP 

3/11

ALEX (B) vs ARAPAHO-BUTLER (B-#12) 1-13

ANADARKO (4A) vs DEL CITY (5A) 10-0

BOONE-APACHE (2A) vs GRANITE (B-#10) 8-9

CADDO (A) vs CANEY (B) 4-11

CALERA (2A-#7) vs STONEWALL (A-#4) 14-6

CALUMET (B) vs FARGO (A) 16-6

CANUTE (A) vs SENTINEL (B) 9-0

CIMARRON (B-#6) vs TIPTON (B) 3-11

DAVIS (3A) vs PURCELL (3A) 0-11

DICKSON (3A) @ MADILL (4A) 5-7
The middle of the line up did the damage for Madill. Tanner Barnes lead the way, going 4-for-4 with a double and two runs scored. The Murray St. commit Raygan Dodd was 1-for-2 with a HR, three RBI, two runs scored, and two walks. Jake Crowell was 2-for-3 with a double, RBI, run scored, and a walk. For Dickson, Apala posted a 2-for-3 day, and Johnson left the yard with a solo blast.

FLETCHER (A-#7) vs STERLING (A) 14-0

GERONIMO (B) @ OLUSTEE (B) 2-23

GERONIMO (B) @ OLUSTEE (B) 7-3

GRANITE (B-#10) vs BOONE-APACHE (2A) 9-8

HOBART (2A) vs VICI (B-#17) 3-5

HOLDENVILLE (3A-#20) @ PRAGUE (3A) 13-9

HOMINY (A) vs WELCH (A) 13-4

KANSAS (3A) @ VERDIGRIS (3A-#1) 2-16

MARLOW (3A-#14) vs PLAINVIEW (4A) 13-2

MARLOW (3A-#14) vs WASHINGTON (3A-#15) 8-6
Marlow posted seven hits in the game, none bigger than Wyatt Begner’s three run walk-off home run.  Also producing for the Outlaws were Tanner Landon and Peyton Landon. Tanner was 2-for-4 with two runs scored. Peyton went 2-for-4 with three runs scored and an RBI. For Washington, Gabe Williams was 2-for-3 with a double, run scored, RBI, and a walk.

MCALESTER (5A) vs SHAWNEE (5A) 3-14

MCALESTER (5A) vs RED OAK (B-#2) 0-8

NAVAJO (A-#15) vs TIPTON (B) 10-9

NORMAN NORTH (6A) vs KTC 1-2

NORMAN NORTH (6A) vs Braswell 3-2

RED OAK (B-#2) @ MCALESTER (5A) 8-0

RED OAK (B-#2) vs SHAWNEE (5A) 1-4
Eli Davis was the difference in this one. Davis threw a complete game, giving up one unearned run on four hits and striking out 12. Offensively for the Shawnee, Jake Taylor was 2-for-3 with a run scored. For Red Oak, Morgan Crenshaw did what he could, going 2-for-2 with a run scored and a walk.

SEQUOYAH (CLAREMORE) (4A) @ VIAN (3A-#6) 3-4
On the mound for Sequoyah, Tristian Diaz and Hayden Clark combine to only allow two hits and two earned runs. Offensively, for the Eagles, it was Jackson Saul posting the only multi hit effort of the game going 2-for-3. For Vian, Glass was the difference maker in the win, going 1-for-4 with a run scored and and two RBI’s. Barton was terrific in relief, allowing one unearned run on three hits in five innings.

SULPHUR (4A) vs TISHOMINGO (2A) 15-0

TUTTLE (4A) vs WEATHERFORD (4A) 5-4

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