TULSA—Heavener opened its 2015 baseball season by sweeping a doubleheader at Class 5A Tulsa Hale on Thursday.
The Wolves took the opener 7-1 before completing the sweep with a 6-0 win in the second contest.
Heavener is back in action on Monday at the Red Oak Festival with games against Rattan at 2:30 p.m. and Preston at 4:30 p.m.
With the rain moving in and nobody able to play in the area, Heavener coach Jordan Booth arranged the games in Tulsa to get the Wolves on the field for the first time this season.
Corry Duncan went the distance in the first game, allowing only one hit while striking out 12.
Heavener trailed 1-0 until tying the score in the top of the fourth before taking the lead with three runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh.
Dillan Stallings and Grant Shipman both were hit by pitches to start the inning. After the two moved up on stolen bases, Noah Davis singled to left to score Stallings.
In the top of the sixth, Shipman doubled to left field and after an out, Duncan was hit by a pitch and Jordan Terry singled to right, scoring Shipman. Duncan scored on an error by the third baseman and Terry scored on a sacrifice fly by Trey Grubbs.
In the seventh, Connor Place was hit by a pitch and Dillion May singled to right. On a single to right by Stallings, both runners scored. Stallings then scored on a sacrifice fly by Davis for the final run.
May was 2-3 for the game and finished 6-8 overall. Stallings scored twice and drove in a pair of runs.
In the second game, Heavener took a 1-0 lead in the first inning. May led off with a bunt single and Stallings followed with a bunt single.
After the runners moved up, May scored on a single by Duncan.
The Wolves added a pair of runs in the third after Hunter Tiffee singled to left with one out. After being sacrificed by Place, May singled to center to score Tiffee and May later stole home for the second run of the inning.
Heavener padded its lead to 4-0 in the top of the third. Jordan Terry singled to left and after a ground out, Tiffee singled to bring in Terry.
Heavener added another two runs in the top of the fourth. May singled and stole second and Stallings’ hit brought in May. Stallings would score to finish off the 6-0 win.
Davis pitched the first three innings and struck out five while allowing one hit. May pitched the final inning.
Heavener 7, Tulsa Hale 1
Heavener 000 103 3—7 6 1
Hale 100 000 0—1 1 1
Heavener 6, Tulsa Hale 0
Heavener 121 2-6 11 0
Hale 000 0-1 1 1