Game 1: Beavers 1 Enid 6 Loss (13-20; conf 6-10)
The Beavers sent freshman Nathan Roth to the mound to start the day against Enid. Big Daddy Roth would only go 4.2 IP striking out 1 and allowing 5 runs (2 were earned). Following Big Daddy was sophomore Colton Glover (Shreveport, La), Grandpa, who went 0.2 IP allowing 0 runs. Coming in after Grandpa was Hayden Brauser who continued his solid freshman campaign by going 1.2 IP allowing 0 runs and 0 walks.
Game 1: Beavers 3 Colby 2 Win (8innings) (11-17 ;conf 5-8) The Beavers handed the ball to Kane McCarthy. McCarthy competed for five innings with subpar stuff, but kept the game at 1-1; a very manageable game. He was able to compete with his fastball and command it well enough to make up for his curveball not working. Coming into relief was freshman Hayden Brauser. The submarine pitcher did exactly what was needed by throwing a solid sixth inning of work. This allowed the Beaver offense the opportunity to take the lead.
Game 3: Beavers 3 Seward 12 Loss (10-16; 3-8 conf) Sophomore Evan Payne took the mound as the Beavers looked to take a lead in the series. Evan would only last 1 inning allowing 5 runs. The Beavers then turned the ball over to Telemaco who pitched from the second inning to the sixth. Telemaco pitched well and allowed the Beavers to stay competitive throughout the game. Heading into the sixth, the Beavers turned the ball over to sophomore Logan Bertholf who gave up some runs. The Beaver offense was led once again by Suag and hard play by Co-captain Jacob Hamerle.
Game 1: Beavers 5 Seward 11 Loss (9-15; 2-7 conf) Beavers sent Kane McCarthy to the mound looking to keep his impressive pitching in the right direction. Kane pitched extremely well, although errors cost him his third win of the season. The Beavers would commit six errors on the game which completely took them out of competition. Without playing fundamental baseball, the Beaver offense wasn't able to catch up to the Seward offense. McCarthy would go 6 innings allowing 6 runs but only 3 were earned.
Game 1: Beavers 7 Hutch 9 Loss (9-13)
Beavers sent Kelty to the mound looking to continue his strong pitching. Kelty lasted only a few innings before having to turn it over to the bullpen. Poor defense and uncharacteristic pitching kept the Beavers down throughout the game. Squag led the Beavers offensively with a couple doubles and RBI in the game.