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Edmond Santa Fe advances with win over Owasso

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Edmond Santa Fe starting pitcher Blake Robertson fanned seven to lead the Wolves to a 2-0 victory over Owasso in the first round of the Class 6A state baseball tournament in Bixby.

Owasso, which was held to five hits, had its best scoring chance in the third when they loaded the bases. Robertson induced a fielder’s choice and a groundout to escape without any damage.

Robertson did not walk a batter and allowed just two base runners over the final four innings to finish the complete-game performance.

The Wolves' Caden Brumbaugh scored in the fourth from second base on an errant throw to first base.

Santa Fe’s second run came in the fifth when Robertson delivered a two-out double off the center field wall that brought home Conner Stevens.

Broken Arrow 2, Deer Creek 1

Junior pinch hitter Ryan Lynn delivered the game-winning hit in the bottom of the seventh inning as Broken Arrow edged the Antlers.

Lynn’s infield single on a bouncer over the pitcher's mound came with one out and the bases loaded. Shortstop Bryce Logan could not come up with a bare-hand swipe as pinch runner Nolan Heald scored from third..

Deer Creek starter Piercen McElyea struck out eight and surrendered just four hits. The Antlers scored their lone run in the fifth but squandered a chance for more, stranding the bases loaded and having a runner thrown out at home.

Jenks 1, Westmoore 0

Bryce Osmond struck out 12 and allowed just three hits to lead Jenks to an upset win over Westmoore.

Jack Harding scored the game’s lone run in the top of the fourth inning, leading off with a double to left-center field. Harding later scored on Geovanni Blackshaw’s one-out single to left.

Westmoore's Kale Davis took the loss despite a complete-game performance in which he allowed just three hits and struck out nine batters.

Stillwater 6, Norman North 2

Jackson Meyer hit a two-run homer and had an RBI double as the Pioneers defeated the Timberwolves. Jackson Holliday scored two runs as Stillwater advanced to Friday’s semifinal against Broken Arrow.

From Tulsa World

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