CHICKASHA – The Drovers aren’t down and out yet, even after struggling in the series against Oklahoma Baptist.
CHICKASHA – Despite two home runs, the Drovers struggled in the first game of the conference series against Oklahoma Baptist, but they still have a chance to win the series during the doubleheader Saturday.
CHICKASHA -- The Drovers were on fire Saturday afternoon, taking both games against Saint Gregory’s in only five innings each.
The Drovers kept post-season hopes alive and broke their seven-game decline with two wins over conference opponent Oklahoma Christian at home Tuesday afternoon.
Coming into the season just a year or two older than most of the players, Assistant Coach Matt Hibbitts said his youth is a plus for the team.
The Drovers struggled against the NCAA Division II Cameron Aggies on Tuesday afternoon.
The Drovers continue to have mixed success in conference games after a loss to Rogers State in the first game of a three-game series.
It took brothers Cody and Conner Bridgman a try or two to find the right fit both academically and on the baseball field.
Seventeen runs wasn’t enough to overtake the University of Central Oklahoma on Wednesday afternoon at Bill Smith Ballpark.
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