CHICKASHA – Now already halfway through the baseball season, the Drovers have faced some tough Sooner Athletic Conference opponents, but catcher Blake Taylor isn’t worried about the next four weeks.
“It’s just time to start playing ball and winning games like we know how we can do,” Taylor said. “The tougher of our schedule is behind us so we’re looking forward to the rest of the season and winning some games.”
CHICKASHA – Despite scoring three runs, the Drovers couldn't overtake the No. 18 Hillcats on Saturday afternoon.
The Hillcats quickly took the lead, and the Drovers were not able to recover. USAO scored its first run in the bottom of the fifth when Brandon Jewett batted in Nolan Crowdus, who was pinch running for catcher Owen Adams.
In the next inning, the Drovers got two more. First, Adams singled to right field to...
CHICKASHA – Chickasha’s championship baseball legacy extends to the diamonds of the University of Science and Arts a group of Chickasha's best continue the tradition in the next level of competition.
“Chickasha baseball has a classy program, and great coaches, and the USAO staff has the same class, the same determination, and the same great coaching,” said Devan Shepard, a freshman who is redshirting for the Drovers this season. “...
CHICKASHA – Back-to-back homers in the bottom of the ninth earned the Drovers their 11th win of the season on Tuesday afternoon in a conference game against Northwestern Oklahoma State.
The Drovers were down 9-8 entering the bottom of the ninth and final inning of the ball game. Heath Wilda was first at bat for the Drovers and hit a solo homer to left field to tie the game. Immediately following, Brandon Jewett went up the plate...
CHICKASHA – The Drovers split on Saturday afternoon against No. 1 Oklahoma City and gave USAO Coach Mike Ross his 100th career win in the home doubleheader.
After giving up a few early runs, the Drovers scored their first run of the game in the third inning. Second baseman Robert Summers hit a triple deep into center field, and Romus Cezar brought him home in at the next at bat for USAO’s first run of the game.