BACONE 6-10, MID-AMERICA CHRISTIAN 1-3 — At Oklahoma City, Bacone made a lot with a little, collecting 16 runs on 13 hits off some errant Mid-America pitching.
Muskogee High ex Antonion Horn was 2-for-3 with a pair of home runs, driving in three runs in the opener. He was the only multi-hit batsman as Bacone (15-9) had five hits. Eric Aguillard (2-1) gave up five hits in the win, allowing one run and striking out four in going the distance.
Gabriel Munoz was 2-for-3 in the second game with a pair of doubles, but the big hit run-wise was a thiree-run double by Steven Smith, who was 1-for-5 in the contest. Bacone took advantage of eight walks and five hit batsmen.
Johnny Kiska (1-1) went four innings, allowing two hits, no runs, one walk and struck out two. The Warriors are at home Friday against Southwest for a 1 p.m. doubleheader.
OKLAHOMA STATE 6, ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF 2 — Chase Stevens (3-0) struck out seven and allowed two runs on six hits to get the win. Trey Whaley and Zach Fish each collected two hits for the Cowboys (10-7), with Fish extending his hitting streak to 14 games. That streak marks the longest active streak in the Big 12 Conference. OSU closes out its series with UAPB at 4 p.m. today.
DALLAS BAPTIST 7, OKLAHOMA 6 — Jordan John (3-2) ended a Patriots threat in the eighth but gave up four singles and three walks — one intentional — in a four-run ninth at Dallas. Jack Mayfield homered for OU, a solo shot, but fell to 11-6 going into the Big 12 opening series at home starting Friday against Texas.
ORAL ROBERTS 7, WICHITA STATE 1 — Lead by Tyler Coker’s three-hit day, Oral Roberts (8-7) pounded out 11 hits against the Shockers at Wichita State.
Oktaha grad Cale Elam did not play for the Shockers. Elam was named the Missouri Valley Conference’s pitcher of the week for games played March 4-11. He made four appearances in relief and collected three saves. He pitched a total of six innings and allowed no runs on two hits with two walks and five strikeouts. It is his first such honor.