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Posted: Apr 27, 2019 6:03 AMUpdated: Apr 27, 2019 7:03 AM

Bruin Baseball Splits Two on Friday

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After a no-hitter on Senior Night this past Thursday, Bartlesville High baseball split two road games on Friday, losing their final district game at Shawnee, but rebounding with a win over Lincoln Christian in a regularly scheduled game.

The Bruins dropped their district finale to Shawnee, 6-4. The loss dropped BHS to 3-9 in district play, which puts them in seventh place.

Against Shawnee, Bartlesville started off well with two first innings runs thanks to a Jakob Hall RBI single and a bases loaded walk from Noah Wassom that forced home a run. The Bruins led 2-1 after the opening frame. However, that led would dissipate with the Wolves tallying five times in the third inning. Wassom gave up all six runs on the mound.

In game two against Lincoln Christian, BHS got a couple great pitching performances from Jakob Hall and Noah Yearout to steal the win, 3-1.

Hall and Yearout combined for 11 strikeouts over seven frames, and surrendered just four hits. Yearout picked up the win, as BHS scored two runs in the top of the seventh. The Bruins scored a pair after hits from Dakota Ward, Andrew Harden and Tanner Tate. Lincoln Christian also committed an error in the frame.

Bartlesville improves to 17-16 with the victory.

The Bruins play their regular season finale against 4A Grove on Monday before beginning the district playoffs next week.

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