Rangers Baseball drops mid-week game to Northeastern State


TAHLEQUAH – The Rangers baseball team was set to take on the Northeastern State RiverHawks for a rematch from the 5-1 defeat on Feb. 11. The Tuesday afternoon game was taken by Northeastern State 4-2 as they used a three-run second inning to take control of the game and never lost the lead.

The Rangers' offense started slow, having the first nine hitters retired in order before Jake Darrow got the first hit of the game in the fourth inning. It would be one of five hits for the Rangers. Bryce Donovan, Parker Base, Brock Randels and Colton Whitehouse all finished the game with one hit. Ran...

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