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NOC Mavs’ Baseball drops two to Western


 ALTUS, Oklahoma — The NOC Mavs dropped their fourth straight Saturday losing a doubleheader at Western 11-2 and 16-6.

  The 4th ranked Mavs (20-10) fell to 3-5 in conference while Western (16-7) improved to 6-2 in conference play.

  Barrett Rose was a bright spot for the Mavs hitting three home runs in Saturday’s doubleheader.

  In Game 1, the Mavs led 2-0 until the fourth when Western erupted for 11 straight runs to win 11-2.

  Rose hit two solo home runs for the Mavs in the first and the fourth innings.  Garrett Goodson also had two hits and a stolen base.

  Chase DeFillippo was the starter with relief help from Luke Livian.

In Game 2, Sam Shank homered in the first, the Mavs took an early 2-0 lead.

  Western, however, answered with 14 straight runs and cruised to the 16-6 win.

  Rose hit his third home run of the doubleheader. Shank and Hayden Priest had two runs batted in each to account for the Mavs six runs.

  David Carr was the starter with relief help from five Maverick relievers.

Game 1

                      123 456 7–R   H   E

Mavs           100 100 0–2   6   7

Western      000 443 x–11 11  0

Mavs–Defillippo, Livian (5) and Priest.   HR-Rose 2  SB–Goodson  L–DeFillippo.

Game 2

Western 16, Mavs 6

                    123 456 7–R   H   E

Mavs          200 111 1–6   4   2

Western (10)31 200 x-16  18  3

Mavs–Carr, Major (1), Hamilton (1), Hines (3), Stephenson (5), Solano (6) and Blackshaw.  2B–Rose.  HR–Shank, Rose.  L–Carr

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