Bandits Bo Adams

Bo Adams prepares to swing at a pitch against Ft. Smith on Saturday night at Phoenix Park. The Bandits dropped the second game of the doubleheader against the Kerwins and fell to Stillwater on Sunday.

The Oklahoma Bandits lost two games to Stillwater Sunday 19-0 and 13-4.

The Bandits had only two hits in the first game Sunday as Shea Richart led the game off with a single and Dillon LaMasters has a second inning single.

Bo Adams started the game and went two innings with three strikeouts.

Levi Keeton started the third inning, then gave way to Chase Goodnight in the fourth.

Goodnight had two strikeouts for the Bandits.

The second game got off to a good start as the Bandits spotted Stillwater four runs in the top of the first, but came back with three runs in the bottom of the inning.

Richart led off with a single, then Matt Crawley followed with a single.

Both runners advanced on an error, then Goodnight's sacrifice fly scored Richart.

Blake Blakley's homer scored Goodnight as the Bandits pulled within 4-3.

The Bandits did not score until the fifth inning as Goodnight and Blakley hit back-to-back doubles. Goodnight scored on Blakley's double.

The only other base runners for the Bandits came in the second Keeton led of with a walk and Richart singled, but the side was retired before any runs were scored.

Sam Hoag reached on a walk and LaMasters got on base by a fielder’s choice, but once again no runs scored in the inning.

Blakley started the game going four and two-thirds innings with one strikeout.

Crawley finished the game getting the final out in the game in the 13-4 run rule loss in five innings.

The late game Saturday against Fort Smith Kerwins was not much better as the Bandits lost 14-4 in five innings.

The Bandits took a 4-2 lead in the second inning, but saw Kerwins put the game away in the fourth with nine runs.

Adams and Hoag walked and Jake Robinson singled to load the bases.

Richart walked to force Adams home for the first run the Crawley's double cleared the bases scoring Hoag, Robinson and Richart.

Kerwins went on to scored three more runs in the fifth to secure the run-rule victory.

The Bandits are now 9-21 and will play at Rogers, Arkansas, on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

They will then return home for a doubleheader against Claremore on Thursday beginning at 6 p.m.


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