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Phoenix Breaking News


March 2, 2013

College spring roundup


CONNORS 2-5, ELLSWORTH (Iowa) 1-2 —  At Warner, Tyler Fourkiller’s two-run single in the sixth inning rallied Connors (7-1) from a 2-1 deficit, leading them to a sweep of Friday’s doubleheader. Yariel Gonzalez’s walk-off single, a two-run bases-loaded shot down the right field line, gave the Cowboys a 2-1 win in the opener.

Dalton Daniels had four hits on the day while Korey Keith and Gonzalez had two hits in the opener and Fourkiller and Victor Claudio joined Daniels in registering two hits in the second game.

Wagoner grad Justin Ferrell (1-0) worked two hitless relief innings, striking out four, to win the first game while Inola’s Josh Hammill struck out 12 in six innings of four-hit ball allowing two runs in the nightcap with Zane Duggan earning a save.

The two teams play again in a noon doubleheader today.

OSU 4, UC-DAVIS 2 – Oklahoma State erased a two-run deficit en route to four unanswered runs as the Cowboys ran their winning streak to six games with a victory over UC-Davis on Friday.

Vince Wheeland tossed three shutout innings in relief for his second win as OSU improved to 8-1 on the season.

OU 10, PEPPERDINE 7 – Thanks to a seven-run third inning, University of Oklahoma baseball team improved to 10-0 on the season with a win over Pepperdine Friday at L. Dale Mitchell Park.

Junior southpaw starting pitcher Dillon Overton tallied a season-high 10 strikeouts in just six innings of work. The left-hander improved to 4-0. Redshirt sophomore righty Robert Tasin earned his third save of the season.

Freshmen Anthony Hermelyn, Kolbey Carpenter and Hunter Haley each drove in two runs with Haley hitting his first collegiate home run.

GONZAGA 3, ARKANSAS 0 – Gonzaga starting pitcher Marco Gonzales scattered eight hits in a complete game shutout as the Bulldogs defeated Arkansas on Friday.

Arkansas starter Barrett Astin (1-1) took the loss, allowing three runs, two earned, on seven hits and struck out two in 5.1 innings

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