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Bluejays fifth-inning burst enough to top Chickasha, 13-5

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Bluejays blew out Chickasha 13-5 on Saturday after pouring on nine runs in the fifth inning.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to seven lead changes in the game.

Bluejays pulled out the win thanks to a strong fifth inning. A hit by pitch scoredGrant Towler and gave Bluejays the lead for good.

Reed Roberts racked up four RBIs on one hit for Bluejays. He homered in the fifth inning.

Reed got the win for Bluejays despite allowing five runs over five innings. He struck out seven, walked four and surrendered eight hits.

Bluejays hammered Chickasha pitching as six hitters had a field day, combining for nine hits, eight RBIs and nine runs scored.

The top of the first saw Chickasha take an early lead, 3-0. Chickasha got things going when Derek Sullivan tripled. A stolen base then moved Cade Morris from first to second. More runs came home for Chickasha when Morris and Womack scored on a two-run double by Brock Henderson.

Bluejays answered Chickasha’s top inning with three runs of its own in the first. Bluejays scored on a steal of home by Rowdy Reihs, an RBI single by Grant, and an RBI single by Camden Wilcott.

Bluejays survived Chickasha’s surge and put up one run of its own in the second. Bluejays scored on a sacrifice fly by Reed.

Bluejays never surrendered the lead after the fifth inning. The runs piled on thanks to a home run by Reed and two singles.

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