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By Elizabeth Tanner
The Red River Sun
Scoring on two singles and a stolen base in the first inning, New Deal took an early lead on Tuesday, March 9, trampling the Antelopes in an 18-1 final.
With a firing offense, New Deal scored another six runs in the fourth inning, including two home runs to secure their win.
Pitching for the Antelopes, Brody Molnoskey went three and a third innings, allowing 15 runs on 19 hits, striking out two and walking one.
Nathan McDaniel and Shawn Looney led with one hit. Krece Kirkpatrick had the most chances in the field with five.
Picking up play against Olton on Saturday, March 13, the Antelopes fell by one, capping their 1-9 season record.
Knotting up the game in the top of the third, Olton scored a run on an error before running away with three more in the fourth inning.
Scoring three runs in the sixth inning, batters Sebastian Chapa and Will Fairbanks each contributed to the Antelopes strong offense with RBIs.
On the mound, Molnoskey went one inning allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out one and walking zero. McDaniel and Fairbanks enter the game as relief, throwing four innings and two innings respectively.
Racking up 10 hits, Fairbanks, Josiah Ward and Javen Diaz each managed two hits to lead. Running wild on the base path with six stolen bases, McDaniel led the way with three.
Next, the Antelopes travel to Floydada to challenge the Whirlwinds at 4 p.m., Friday, March 19. To stream live video and audio coverage, visit postsportsradio.com.