Enid News and Eagle
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. —
Broken Arrow scored six runs in the fifth, and three in the sixth on its way to a 10-1 District 6A-4 win over Enid Thursday.
The loss dropped Enid to 6-11 overall and 2-6 in district going into today’s Sand Springs Tournament.
The Pacers were limited to one hit. EHS hurt itself with walks and errors in the final two innings. Brooke Sears had Enid’s lone hit.
“We had our opportunities, but when we had runners on, we would pop up,’’ said Enid coach Marsha Cusack. “If we ever play seven (good) innings, we’re going to kill people, but we always have that one inning where we seem to fall apart. The defense look good at times today. Claire Andrews made some good plays in the outfield.’’
It was the fifth time EHS has been shut out this season.
EHS faces Union, Glenpool and Perry today in pool play at the Sand Springs Tournament. They play Bixby Saturday.