RED OAK—Heavener improved its record to 3-2 on Tuesday with a 6-2 win over LeFlore at the Red Oak Festival.
Dillion May was 2-3 with a double while Connor Place had a 2-3 game with a double and three RBI for the Wolves.
After falling behind 2-0 in the first inning, the Wolves came back to tie the score in the bottom of the third.
Heavener took the lead for good in the fourth by scoring three runs. May singled to lead off and Noah Davis sacrificed him. Dillan Stallings was hit by a pitch and Grant Shipman walked to load the bases.
Hunter Tiffee then walked to send May home with the go-ahead run. After a ground out at home, Place doubled bringing in Shipman and Tiffee.
Davis scored Heavener’s final run in the sixth. He led off by drawing a walk and eventually reached third on an error and scored on a passed ball.
After LeFlore took a 2-0 lead, Heavener answered with a run in the bottom of the first. May led off with a double and he eventually scored on a wild pitch.
Place knocked in the tying score in the third. Stallings led off with a double and crossed home plate on Place’s single.
Corry Duncan was the winning pitcher, going 5.1 innings and allowing four hits while striking out nine. Shipman got the save, going 1.2 innings with two strikeouts and not hits.
In the first day of the Festival on Monday, Heavener lost to a pair of Class A powers in Rattan and Preston.
Top-ranked Rattan handed the Wolves their first loss of the season in the first game, 12-1, while No. 9 Preston defeated Heavener in the nightcap, 4-1.
Heavener pitchers gave up nine walks and 14 hits in the run-rule loss to Rattan, which lost earlier in the day to Wister, 5-4.
The Wolves only scored once and had two hits in the game, one by May and the other by Stallings. Rattan jumped ahead 5-0 at the end of the first inning and scored at least a run in each inning.
Against Preston, Davis got the loss to drop to 1-1 on the season. He went 5.0 innings, struck out four and allowed seven hits before Place finished up.
Heavener trailed 4-0 before scoring a run in the top of the seventh inning.