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Mavs baseball sweeps DMACC on Sunday

 The 3rd ranked NOC Mavericks swept Des Moines Area Community College Sunday afternoon.

  The Mavs (7-3) won Game 1 in extra innings 9-8 and then by shut out 4-0 in Game 2.

  “Happy about the end results this weekend, but still not hitting on all cylinders as a team,” said coach Ryan Bay.  “Our bats carried us at times this weekend and pitching and defense carried us other times. We’ll keep working to get better consistency in all three phases moving forward.”

  In Game 1, the Mavs won in walk-off fashion as Levi Hauter was hit by a pitch scoring Scout Cawvey with the winning run.

  Hauter, Gatlin Goodson, and Geo Blackshaw drove home two runs each for NOC who out hit DMACC 15-8.  Blackshaw, Hayden Priest, Josh Bumgarner, Holden Bartrosovsky, Scout Cawvey, and Bryant Bailey had two hits each for the Mavs.

  Carter Hines was the winner out of the Mavs’ bullpen tossing three innings of scoreless baseball allowing one hit while striking out four.

  In Game 2, Chase DeFillippo and Luke Livian combined on a one hit shutout in leading NOC to a 4-0 win.

  DeFillippo threw the first four innings while Livian tossed three innings out of the bullpen.

  Hauter led the offense with three hits including two doubles and three runs batted in.

Game 1

Mavs 9, DMACC 8 (8 innings)

                 123 456 78–R   H   E

DMACC 204 110 00–8   8   1

Mavs        411 111 11–9  15  3

Mavs–Stephenson, Carr (3), Wilson (5), Hines (6) and Priest.  2B–Blackshaw, Goodwin, Priest.  3B–Cawvey, Shank.  SB–Batrosovsky, Goodson.  W–Wilson.

Game 2

                    123 456 7–R   H   E

DMACC   000 000 0–0   1   2

Mavs          001 102 x–4   4   2

Mavs–DeFillippo, Livian (4) and Priest.  2B–Hauter.  SB–Goodwin, Hauter.  W–DeFillippo.  S–Livian

  Northern Oklahoma College, the state’s first public community college, is a multi-campus, land-grant institution that provides high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services which create life-changing experiences and develop students as effective learners and leaders within their communities in a connected, ever changing world.

  NOC, a public two-year community college, serves nearly 5,000 students on the home campus in Tonkawa, branch in Enid, NOC/OSU Gateway Program in Stillwater, online, and the University Center in Ponca City. Of these students about 60% receive financial aid and/or scholarships.  Over 80% of NOC students complete their degree with zero debt.

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