CHICKASHA– Beginning the home schedule with a sweep earlier in the year against Langton University, the Drovers (20-12) picked up on their success against the Lions with another sweep.
The first game of the away doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon went in the Drovers’ favor they took the 9-3 victory. The second game was an 11-2 win to bring the Drovers winning streak to four.
In the first game, the team as a whole grabbed 10 hits, with Dani Warren and McKenna Eubank grabbing two hits each and batted in three runs together for the offensive output.
Review for Second Rhetoric Exam
Categorical Statements and Syllogisms
Inductive generalizations (factors that determine strength, random sampling, opinion polls)
Probability (epistemic, relative frequency, a priori)
Language as a social agreement (Locke)
General disputes, merely verbal disputes, apparently verbal disputes
Definitions (lexical, stipulative, précising, theoretical, persuasive)
CEDAR HILL, Texas – A ten-run seventh inning was the difference in preventing the sweep for the Drovers on the road in a weekend series against highly-ranked Northwood.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (11-16, 3-9) secured the 18-12 victory to snap a tough streak and take one from the Knights (16-14, 7-4).
In the third game of the weekend series, the Drovers grabbed 19 hits, including some well-timed late inning clutch hits.
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