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  The 3rd ranked Northern Oklahoma College Mavericks split a doubleheader at North Central Missouri College on Sunday.

  The Mavs (20-6) dropped the first game 6-3 but rallied for a 13-3 win in Game 2.

  In Game 2, the Mavs run-ruled NCMC 13-3 behind a 13 hit attack.

Bryant Bailey and Garrett Goodson homered for the Mavs, Bailey had three runs batted in.

  Holden Bartosovsky also had three hits while Goodson, Sam Shank, and Bo Charboneau had two hits each.  Hayden Priest also added two runs batted in.

  The Mavs scored in five of six innings scoring four runs in the fourth and the sixth.

  Zach Stephenson, Malik Wilson, and Brysen Williams allowed three runs on five hits striking out five for the Mavs.

  In Game 1, Geovanni Blackshaw and Scout Cawvey homered but it was not enough in the 6-3 loss.

  Bartosovsky had two hits for NOC, Garrett Goodson had two stolen bases.

  Luke Livian allowed three earned runs in five innings of work on the mound for NOC.

  NOC hosts Western in a conference doubleheader Thursday at 1 p.m.

Game 1

North Central Missouri 6, Mavs 3

                    123 456 7–R   H   E

Mavs           010 200 0–3   6   2

NCMC       005 010 x–6   7    2

Mavs–Livian, Williams (6) and Blackshaw.  HR–Blackshaw, Cawvey.  SB–Goodson 2, Shank.  L–Livian

Game 2

Mavs 13, North Central Missouri 3

                    123 456–R  H   E

NCMC       010 020–3   5   1

Mavs          122 404–13 13  1

Mavs–Stephenson, Wilson (3), Williams (5) and Priest.  2B–Charboneau.  HR–Bailey, Goodson.  SB–Bailey.  W–Wilson

  Northern Oklahoma College, the state’s first public community college, is a multi-campus, land-grant institution that provides high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services which create life-changing experiences and develop students as effective learners and leaders within their communities in a connected, ever changing world.

  NOC, a public two-year community college, serves nearly 5,000 students on the home campus in Tonkawa, branch in Enid, NOC/OSU Gateway Program in Stillwater, online, and the University Center in Ponca City. Of these students about 60% receive financial aid and/or scholarships.  Over 80% of NOC students complete their degree with zero debt.

  NOC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and offers associate degrees in three general areas: Arts, Science and Applied Science.  The associate degree fulfills lower-division course work which is applicable towards a bachelor’s degree.

  Call (580) 628-6200 for more information about Northern Oklahoma College or visit www.noc.edu .