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By Elizabeth Tanner
The Post Dispatch
Taking a 17-point loss to New Deal on Tuesday, March 9, the Post Antelopes watched the game slip away as the Lions scored on two singles and one stolen base in the first inning.
Struggling to put runs on the board, the Antelopes gave up 18 runs as they struggled to contain New Deal’s offense in the 18-1 final.
Pitching, Brody Molnoskey went three and a third innings, allowing 15 runs on 19 hits, striking out two and walking one.
Leading with one hit was Nathan McDaniel and Shawn Looney. Krece Kirkpatrick had the most chances in the field with five.
Picking up play against Olton on Saturday, March 13, both the Antelopes and the Bulldogs racked up multiple runs. However, Olton knotted the game up at three in the top of the third inning when an error scored one run for Olton, aiding in capping the Bulldogs’ 9-8 victory.
Attempting to catch up, the Antelopes scored three runs in the sixth inning with Sebastian Chapa and Will Fairbanks having RBIs.
On the mound, Molnoskey allowed one hit and zero runs over one inning, striking out one and walking zero. McDaniel and Fairbanks entered the game as relief, throwing four innings and two innings.
Racking up six of the Antelopes’ 10 total hits was Fairbanks, Josiah War, Javen Diaz with two each. McDaniel led in stolen bases with three.
Completing play against Floydada on Friday, March 19, the Antelopes took a 15-8 loss despite out-hitting Floydada 12-11.
Tallying five runs in the second inning, the offensive onslaught was led by Treyson Crow, McDaniel and Diaz who all sent runners across the plate with RBIs.
Molnoskey went three innings, allowing eight runs on four hits and striking out six. McDaniel threw three innings in relief.
Crow, who went four-for-four, and Fairbanks each managed multiple hits to contribute to the Antelopes’ 12. With three players stealing multiple bases, Fairbanks led the way with three.
The Antelopes challenged the Ralls Jackrabbits at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23. Results were unavailable at press time.