College Diamond Roundup — Storm baseball, softball pick up victories

Herald Democrat

DURANT, Okla. — Six pitchers combined to allow an unearned run on four hits while a Colton Buckner homer and a Rylee Holmes walk-off sac fly in the 11th inning accounted for the difference in a 2-1 win over Northeastern State in non-conference action at Mike Metheny Field.

Dylan Turner got the start and tossed three innings, allowing a pair of hits and striking out four.

Connor Priest, Coby Langford, Jordan Compton, KC Bryan and Logan Teske, who threw the final three innings, followed on the mound for the Storm (11-6), who host Southern Arkansas for a series starting Friday.

Seth Morrow went 3-for-4 with a walk and scored and Richard Ware and Slayde Ortiz each added hits.



Southeastern Oklahoma State 6, PIttsburg State 1

PITTSBURG, Kan. — Southeastern Oklahoma State collected 20 hits over two games, including four homers, on its way to a non-conference doubleheader sweep at Pittsburg State taking the opener, 10-7, in eight innings before finishing with a 6-1 victory.

In the opener, Cheyenne Mahy was 4-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and three runs scored and also threw the final two innings to get the victory.

Kyia Monahwee collected a pair of hits, including her first home run of the season, and drove in three runs, while Kady Fryrear, Augusta Duty, Peyton Streetman, and Jaleigh Durst each added hits, including Durst connecting on her third homer of the year.

Mahy wonthe second game, going six innings and allowing an unearned run on four hits with three strikeouts.

Fryrear, Streetman and Kamarie Wallace each had a pair of hits and Fryrear had her first homer of the year and drove in three for the Storm (15-2), who play a double-header at Southwest Baptist on Wednesday.