Baseball -vs- Oologah
Cardinals Lost 6-9
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Curtis (#1) doubled in the 4th inning but was thrown out on the next play. The
Cards trailed 1-3.
Coulter (running for David Chester) dives safely back to first base in the 5th
Collinsville outfielders (Curtis, Nair & Thurman) took a break during one
of the pitching changes in the 6th inning.
Phillips (#4) pitched the first 5 innings. Oologah started the 6th with a solo
homer for a 1-4 lead. Before the Cards got to bat in the 6th they were down
1-8 and had made two pitching changes. Jeremy Guest gave up one of the runs
and D.J. Neighbors (who came in with no outs and the bases loaded) gave up 3
Tole (#12) took a big swing on this 6th inning Oologah pitch. The Cards scored
4 runs in the 6th on a Garrett Thurman single, Kyle Keith walk, Shawn Curtis
walk, Tyler Nair single, Riley Murr single and a David Chester single.
Neighbors (#6) closed out the final three inning as the Cardinals tightened
the score to 6-9.
Thurman (#7) gets the ball back to the infield in Oologah's half of the 7th
when the score reached 5-9. Collinsville managed 1 more run in the 7th with
a Shawn Curtis single followed by a Tyler Nair double.