Oak Harbor, Anacortes split / 18U Baseball

The Oak Harbor 18U baseball team and host Anacortes each used the same pattern — score big early — to split a doubleheader Saturday, June 30.

Anacortes scored five runs over the first two innings and went on to take the opener 9-4, then Oak Harbor tallied all of its runs in the first three innings on the way to a 10-6, five-inning win in game two.

With the split, Oak Harbor is now 7-11 this summer.

Anacortes took advantage of seven walks in the first two innings and 10 overall to claim game one.

Donny Kloewer had a double and single for Oak Harbor; Andrew Dixon, Caleb Fitzgerald and Taylor Rummel each singled.

In game two, Josh Royek stroked a double and single; and Austin Boesch, Dixon, Kloewer, Jacksyn Pawlowicz and Kyto Morrow had base hits.

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