Oklahoma Daily Roundup: 3/7




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 
3/7

ACHILLE (A) vs ROCK CREEK (A-#8) 1-17

ADA (4A) vs HARRAH (4A) 3-8

ADAIR (3A-#17) @ METRO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (3A-#2) 0-10

AGRA (B) vs COYLE (B) 10-2

ALEX (B) vs ELMORE CITY-PERNELL (A) 1-5

ALEX (B) vs ELMORE CITY-PERNELL (A) 5-4

ALLEN (A-#9) vs DEWAR (A) 11-1

AMBER-POCASSET (A-#6) vs MINCO (A) 8-0

AMBER-POCASSET (A-#6) vs NINNEKAH (A) 9-1

ANADARKO (4A) vs BOONE-APACHE (2A) 4-8

ANTLERS (3A) vs SMITHVILLE (B) 7-5

ARKOMA (A) vs KEOTA (A) 8-4

ASHER (B) vs WASHINGTON (3A-#15) 1-14

BATTIEST (B) vs FT. TOWSON (A) 1-11

BEAVER (B) vs SHATTUCK (B-#20) 0-17

BEGGS (3A-#3) @ MORRIS (3A) 10-3

BENNINGTON (B-#14) vs STRINGTOWN (A) 14-1

BENNINGTON (B-#14) vs VICTORY LIFE ACADEMY (B) 16-0

BETHANY (4A) vs BRIDGE CREEK (4A) 2-3

BETHEL (4A) @ CHICKASHA (4A) 0-8

BINGER-ONEY (A-#2) @ OKC Bronchos 8-5
Seminole State commit Jace Fixico and Oklahoma State commit Cody Milligan lead the way for the Binger-Oney offense. Fixico went 2-for-3 with and RBI, walk, run scored, and a walk. Milligan was 1-for-2 with a double, two walks, RBI, and run scored. On the mound, Oklahoma commit Ledgend Smith kept the Bronchos at bay for 3.1 innings giving up two runs, one earned, on two hits, a walk, and punching out four. For the OKC Bronchos, Zach Clark lead the way going 2-for-3 with two doubles and four RBI. Peter Bradford also had two doubles, an RBI, and a run scored in four at bats.

BISHOP KELLEY (5A) @ JENKS (6A) 5-10

BLAIR (B) @ NAVAJO (A-#15) 3-6

BLANCHARD (4A) @ CACHE (4A) 21-1

BOOKER T WASHINGTON (6A) @ BROKEN ARROW (6A) 0-10

BOSWELL (B) @ RATTAN (A-#16) 6-13

BOWLEGS (B) vs VARNUM (B) 2-6

BOWLEGS (B) vs VARNUM (B) 1-2

BRISTOW (4A) @ CUSHING (4A) 14-15

BROKEN BOW (4A) @ HUGO (3A) 5-2

BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY (A) vs ERICK (B) 3-16

CADDO (A) @ COLBERT (2A) 5-12

CANEY VALLEY (2A-#13) @ SUMMIT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (A) 16-2

CARL ALBERT (5A) vs EISENHOWER (5A) 13-3

CARNEGIE (A) @ DIBBLE (2A) 0-10

CASCIA HALL (3A-#13) vs HOLLAND HALL (3A) 7-7

CENTRAL (SALLISAW) (2A-#11) vs GORE (A) 10-2

CHECOTAH (4A) vs IDABEL (4A) 7-8

CHELSEA (3A) @ KETCHUM (2A-#8) 0-14

CHEROKEE (A) vs MEDFORD (B) 1-12

CHICKASHA (4A) vs BETHEL (4A) 8-0

CHISHOLM (3A-#18) @ CIMARRON (B-#6) 7-1

CHOCTAW (6A) @ YUKON (6A) 4-5
Conner Phinney went the distance for Yukon in this one, giving up five hits, four runs, one earned, striking out four, and not surrendering a single walk. Offensively, for Yukon, it was Oklahoma commit Payton Miller who lead the way going 2-for-2 with a home run and a walk. For Choctaw, it was Shane Creek who produced going 1-for-3 with an RBI and run scored. Zach Sterns was good in relief allowing only one earned in 3.1 innings, giving up four hits and punching out four.

CHOUTEAU-MAZIE (2A) vs COMMERCE (2A) 8-0

CLAYTON (A) vs FT. TOWSON (A) 1-5

CLEVELAND (4A) vs NEWKIRK (3A) 9-1

CLINTON (4A) @ WEATHERFORD (4A) 4-19

COLCORD (2A) @ QUAPAW (2A) 1-14

COMANCHE (3A) @ WAURIKA (A) 4-0

COMANCHE (3A) @ WAURIKA (A) 23-0

COMMERCE (2A) @ CHOUTEAU-MAZIE (2A) 0-8

COPAN (B) @ FOYIL (A) 4-11

COVINGTON-DOUGLAS (B) vs KREMLIN-HILLSDALE (B) 13-21

COWETA (5A) @ DURANT (5A) 0-3

COYLE (B) @ AGRA (B) 2-10

CROSSINGS CHRISTIAN (2A) vs Destiny Christian 15-0

CROWDER (A) @ MOSS (B-#7) 2-3

CYRIL (A) @ GEARY (A) 6-11

CYRIL (A) vs MOUNTAIN VIEW-GOTEBO (B) 8-14

DAVIS (3A) vs WAYNE (2A) 6-5

DEER CREEK (ED) (6A) vs SAPULPA (6A) 15-0

DEPEW (A-#13) vs MOUNDS (2A) 0-5

DEWEY (3A-#16) vs OOLOGAH-TALALA (4A) 1-11

DICKSON (3A) vs LONE GROVE (4A) 6-3

DOVER (B) @ WAUKOMIS (A) 6-10

EDMOND MEMORIAL (6A) vs NORMAN NORTH (6A) 4-7

ELGIN (4A) @ PAULS VALLEY (4A) 17-4

ELK CITY (4A) vs KINGFISHER (4A) 4-7

ENID (6A) vs SAND SPRINGS (6A) 5-1

FAIRVIEW (2A) vs OKLAHOMA BIBLE ACADEMY (A) 0-14

FLETCHER (A-#7) vs WALTERS (2A) 14-10

FREDERICK (2A) vs Quannah, TX 10-7

GARBER (A) vs PIONEER-PLEASANT VALE (A-#11) 7-18

GLENPOOL (5A) vs PRYOR (5A) 1-14

GRACEMONT (B) vs HINTON (A) 0-13

GRACEMONT (B) @ Thomas-Fay-Custer JV 0-3

GRAHAM-DUSTIN (B) @ WELEETKA (A) 0-12

GRAHAM-DUSTIN (B) @ WELEETKA (A) 0-12

GRANDFIELD (B) @ SNYDER (A) 8-23

GUTHRIE (5A) @ SHAWNEE (5A) 1-11

HAILEYVILLE (A) @ SAVANNA (2A) 6-14

HARTSHORNE (3A-#10) vs WILBURTON (3A) 7-0

HASKELL (2A) vs KIEFER (2A) 12-1

HAWORTH (2A-#20) vs VALLIANT (3A) 4-3

HEALDTON (2A) vs RINGLING (A) 4-12

HEAVENER (3A) @ VIAN (3A-#6) 0-20

HENRYETTA (3A) vs OILTON (A) 13-3

HENRYETTA (3A) vs PRESTON (2A-#9) 4-6

HERITAGE HALL (4A) @ SOUTHWEST COVENANT (B) 17-5

HINTON (A) @ THOMAS-FAY-CUSTER (A) 8-2

HOMINY (A) @ SKIATOOK (5A) 1-13

INDIAHOMA (B) vs TIPTON (B) 8-17

JONES (3A-#9) @ OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (3A) 8-0

KANSAS (3A) vs LINCOLN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (3A-#19) 3-4

KELLYVILLE (3A) vs STROUD (2A-#17) 11-3

KONAWA (2A-#15) @ STRATFORD (2A) 1-11

KREMLIN-HILLSDALE (B) @ COVINGTON-DOUGLAS (B) 21-13

LAVERNE (A) vs Follett, Tx 8-0

LAWTON (6A) vs EDMOND SANTA FE (6A) 2-14

LEXINGTON (3A) vs LINDSAY (3A) 4-11

LINDSAY (3A) @ LEXINGTON (3A) 11-4

LITTLE AXE (3A) vs LUTHER (3A) 14-10

LOCUST GROVE (4A) vs VINITA (4A) 1-9

MAUD (B) vs STROTHER (A) 9-0

MAYSVILLE (B) vs VANOSS (A) 1-9

MCALESTER (5A) @ TAHLEQUAH (5A) 0-10

MCLOUD (4A) vs NOBLE (5A) 9-1

MEEKER (3A) vs YALE (2A) 12-0

MEMORIAL (5A) vs NOAH 0-2

MIAMI (4A) @ WAGONER (4A) 4-11

MIDWEST CITY (6A) vs PUTNAM CITY WEST (6A) 10-0

MILLWOOD (2A) vs STAR-SPENCER (3A) 9-4

MOORE (6A) vs OWASSO (6A) 5-15
Though junior Braden Lloyd didn’t have his best stuff, he competed his way through  the full six innings, giving up four earned and striking out six while giving up eight hits to earn the win. Offensively, Owasso had five players record multi hit days. Connor Beichler went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored, and RBI, and a walk.  C.D. White went 2-for-5 with two doubles, two RBI, and two runs scored. For Moore, Casey Cooper produced a 2-for-3 day with a double.Connors State commit Drew White went 1-for-2 with two RBI and a walk.

MOORE (6A) vs OWASSO (6A) 3-9
In game two of the double header, though he could not last long enough to pick up the win, Connors State commit Michael Taylor kept Owasso at bay for six innings. Taylor allowed just two earned runs on four hits, striking out seven and walking six. Matt Reeves did what he could offensively for the Lions, going 2-for-3 with two doubles. Offensively, for Owasso, sure handed catcher Jake Enzbrenner lead the way going 3-for-4 with two doubles, and two RBI. Jake Thompson showed well in relief for Owasso going 2.1 innings, giving up one earned on no hits, striking out four, and walking 2.

MUSKOGEE (6A) @ UNION (6A) 0-10

MUSTANG (6A) @ PUTNAM CITY (6A) 11-1

NEW LIMA (B-#9) @ ROFF (B-#5) 1-8

NEWCASTLE (4A) vs SANTA FE SOUTH (4A) 11-1

NORMAN (6A) vs PUTNAM CITY NORTH (6A) 15-5

NORTHWEST CLASSEN (5A) @ SOUTHEAST (5A) 19-0

OAKS MISSION (A) vs WESTVILLE (3A) 3-15

OILTON (A) vs PRESTON (2A-#9) 2-7

OKTAHA (2A-#2) @ STIGLER (3A-#11) 9-0

PAWNEE (2A) @ PERRY (3A) 4-15

PIEDMONT (5A) @ WOODWARD (5A) 23-6

PLAINVIEW (4A) vs TUTTLE (4A) 0-7

PONCA CITY (6A) @ STILLWATER (6A) 5-4

PRAGUE (3A) @ WETUMKA (A) 14-4

RED OAK (B-#2) vs WHITESBORO (B-#19) 19-0

REGENT PREP (B) vs WELCH (A) 8-0

RIVERSIDE (3A) @ UNION CITY (A-#10) 0-8

ROLAND (4A) @ SALLISAW (4A) 3-11

SILO (2A-#1) vs SOPER (A-#19) 10-0

SOUTHMOORE (6A) @ WESTMOORE (6A) 6-7

STILWELL (4A) vs WILL ROGERS (4A) 15-0

STILWELL (4A) vs WILL ROGERS (4A) 16-0

TONKAWA (2A) @ WOODLAND (A) 24-0

TUPELO (B-#4) vs TUSHKA (A-#1) 0-11

VELMA-ALMA (A) vs WILSON (A) 7-6

VERDIGRIS (3A-#1) @ WYANDOTTE (2A-#10) 8-9

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