HACKETT, Ark.—Heavener’s baseball team showed little rust after finally getting to play for the first time in almost two weeks on Tuesday.
The Wolves ventured into Arkansas and defeated Hackett, 8-1, in their first game since April 10 because of rain and wet fields.
Heavener improved to 15-5 with the win over the Hornets. The Wolves grabbed an early lead by scoring a run in the top of the first inning and built the lead to 4-0 with three runs in the top of the third.
The Wolves added another run in the top of the fourth. Hackett scored its lone run in the bottom of the fifth, but Heavener responded with two more runs in the sixth and one in the seventh for the final score of 8-1.
Noah Davis led Heavener in batting, going 2-4 with two runs scored, a RBI and a double.
Grant Shipman had a double and was 1-3 with a run scored while Dillan Stallings also doubled and finished 1-4 with a run scored and a RBI. Dillion May scored a run and had a RBI while going 1-4, Hunter Tiffee was 1-2 with a RBI and Corry Duncan had a 1-3 game.