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Davis Wolves End Baseball Season

The Davis baseball season came to an end this past weekend at the Class 3A Regional Tournament in Tulsa, but not before the Wolves created a little chaos.
Davis opened the tournament May 6 with a thrilling extra-inning upset of host and number-one seed Metro Christian. The Wolves advanced to the winner’s bracket May 7 but were eliminated in back-to-back losses to Bethel and Comanche.
Davis ends the season with a record of 12-16 and a Bi-District championship to its credit.
Davis 3, Metro Christian 0
Gavin Moore broke a scoreless tie in the eighth inning with his two-run homerun. Raydyn Amos scored on the play after he led off with a single.
Jeston Idleman added an RBI single in the same inning, giving the Wolves the 3-0 advantage.
Moore shined both at the plate and on the mound for the Wolves. He went 2-3 against Metro with a walk, two RBIs and a run scored.
The senior righthander also shut out the Patriots in seven innings, allowing four hits and two hit batters while striking out seven.
Quaid Martin relieved Moore in the eighth and earned the save. The freshman surrendered a single to lead off the inning but received help from his defense with a double play.
Both teams squandered chances to score throughout the game. Davis left six men on base while Metro Christian left seven.
Jake Parker doubled in the fourth and reached third on a wild pitch. A fly-out to right field ended the scoring threat.
Amos led off the sixth with a single and moved to second on a wild pitch. Tyler Tinsley served as a courtesy runner for Moore who walked with one out. The pair failed to score on two straight fly balls to center field.
Dawson Fetty doubled in the seventh and moved to third on a grounder. He remained at third on a liner to left.
Metro had its chances to score as well. The Patriots loaded the bases in the fifth with two outs but were unable to score on a fly ball to center.
Moore allowed a single in the seventh and hit a batter with two outs. A wild pitch put runners at second and third. Moore posted his final strikeout to end the inning.
Amos went 3-4 against Metro and scored a run.
Bethel 13, Davis 3 (5 innings)
Already leading 1-0 with a run in the first, Bethel distanced itself from the Wolves with a nine-run second inning.
The Wildcats sent 14 men to the plate and registered nine hits against Davis starter Raydyn Amos, including four RBI singles and a two-run double. There were also two Davis errors and a walk.
Amos worked four innings and allowed 10 runs on eight hits. The senior struck out three but threw one wild pitch and hit a batter.
Davis was held hitless until the fourth when Jeston Idleman hit a single. Two Bethel errors in the same inning led to Davis’ first run.
The Wolves scored two runs in the fifth on three hits, two errors and a walk.
Bethel capped off the run-rule in the fifth against Davis reliever Trey Melton. The sophomore posted a strikeout but allowed a walk, a single and a two-run triple. The game ended on an RBI single.
Comanche 14, Davis 10
Once again, one bad inning for the Wolves proved to be the difference in their game against district foe Comanche.
Davis led 7-3 going into the bottom of the sixth, but the Indians staved off elimination scoring 11 runs and taking a 13-7 lead to the final inning.
Comanche sent 14 men to the plate and belted seven hits, including a two-run double and an inside-the-park homerun that scored four runs.
Freshman Luke Linville pitched for the Wolves and allowed six runs on nine hits. He worked five innings and struck out three while walking three and hitting one batter.
The Indians scored a run in the second on three hits and a Wolves’ error. Linville erased the deficit in the third with his two-run homerun.
Davis scored three runs in the fourth for a 5-1 lead. Gavin Moore led off with a double and two walks loaded the bases. A Comanche error scored one run. Spencer Clinton loaded the bases for a second time when he was hit by a pitch. Linville continued hot at the plate with a two-run single.
Comanche answered in the fifth with two runs on two hits and a walk.
Davis built a 7-3 lead in the sixth with two runs on two hits and two walks. Dawson Fetty followed a lead-off walk with a one-out single. There was a second walk then Linville cracked a two-run double.
Linville went 3-3 at the plate with six RBIs and a run scored. Gavin Moore was 3-4 and scored a run.
After losing their lead in the sixth, the Wolves responded with three runs in the seventh. Cody Caraway and Moore led off with singles and scored on RBI singles from Lane Rawls and Jake Parker.

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