ENMU baseball, softball teams swept

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Freedom Newspapers
DURANT, Okla. — Southwestern Oklahoma State continued its solid pitching Saturday, allowing three runs and 12 hits while sweeping Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday in a Lone Star Conference crossover doubleheader.
Adam Bennett combined with Shawn Dorries for a four-hitter as Southeastern Oklahoma won the opener 2-1. Southeastern Oklahoma scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on Ridley Ridling’s RBI hit.
Trevor Davis (4-2) took the loss in relief for Eastern (8-12).
Cole Stokes collected two hits and three RBIs as Southeastern (10-8) took the nightcap 6-2.
Justin Gee and Micah Bernhardt had two hits each for Eastern.
Davis started and lost the second game, allowing four runs and six hits in five innings.
Sean Cawood homered and drove in four runs as Southeastern Oklahoma State completed a doubleheader sweep Friday with an 8-7 win over ENMU.
Tommy Keefer limited Eastern to three hits as Southeastern Oklahoma won the opener 5-1.
SE Oklahoma jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the nightcap and held on. Derrick Kennedy doubled and drove in three runs for Eastern. Bryan Moore and Brett Scherer added doubles for Eastern.
Moore added two hits in the opener. Kelly Crain took the loss for Eastern, allowing five runs and eight hits while striking out seven.

Defending champs sweep Zias
SAN ANGELO — Defending national champion Angelo State completed a four-game sweep of Eastern New Mexico University with a pair of one-run wins Saturday in a Lone Star Conference South doubleheader.
Angelo State won the opener 4-3 in eight innings. Christal Neal homered for Angelo State while Adrianna Reyes led ENMU with two hits.
In the nightcap, Kari Galm pitched a complete-game five-hitter for the Rambelles (20-6, 4-0) in a 2-1 win.
Natasha Lindsey (2-2) went the distance for Eastern (13-14, 0-4) and Tori Picazo collected two hits.

Kari Galm pitched a five-hitter in the nightcap as Angelo State defeated ENMU twice on Friday.
Angelo State scored in the bottom of the seventh to win the opener 8-7 and rolled to a 10-2 victory in Game 2.
Tori Picazo collected four hits in the twin bill for the Zias.