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BARTLESVILLE — While Bartlesville was bidding its baseball seniors a fond farewell Saturday, the Bruins had no such sentiment for the Pryor Tigers.
The Bruins proved rude hosts by grinding out a 4-1 victory at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium.
The Tigers were charged with four errors and gave up four walks. Two of Bartlesville’s runs were unearned.
But the Tigers could not solve the pitching tandem of Jared Fowler and Tristan Hubler. They combined to limit the Tigers to five hits.
Bartlesville scored single runs in the first, fourth, fifth and sixth.
Fowler handcuffed the Tigers for four innings, yielding two hits. Hubler gave up the Tigers’ lone run in the fifth. Garrett Vernon singled in the walking Foster McCollough.
Casey Holloway, Brett Mitchell, Stephen Faircloth and McCollough had the Tigers’ other four hits.
Nate Wolfe started for the Tigers and went four innings. He walked four and gave up four hits. The only two runs against him were unearned.
Jayden Brazda went 2-for-3 for the Bruins on Senior Night.
Class 6A, unranked Bartlesville lifted its record to 10-18. Pryor, No. 9 in Class 5A, is 20-13.
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