The Prescott Curley Wolves had tough battles on the diamond last week falling in a double-header hosting Ashdown Panthers (17-4, 10-7) at James Johnson Sports Complex, but regrouped to be victorious on the road to defeat Cossatot River Eagles 10-6 in extra innings.

The Prescott Curley Wolves had tough battles on the diamond last week falling in a double-header hosting Ashdown Panthers (17-4, 10-7) at James Johnson Sports Complex, but regrouped to be victorious on the road to defeat Cossatot River Eagles 10-6 in extra innings.
This week, the Curley Wolves will be back in home action to host Arkadelphia and Genoa in varsity baseball competition.

Game 1
CURLEY WOLVES 4, ASHDOWN 17
In the first game of the double-header bout on the diamond, the Curley Wolves came up short to Ashdown 17-4 in seven innings. After a 1-1 knot in the first inning, the Wolves and Panthers held each other scoreless in the second, but Ashdown sparked in the third scoring seven runs and Prescott held scoreless. Ashdown took a 8-1 lead after three innings of play. In the fourth, both Prescott and Ashdown scored a run apiece, but the Panthers maintained an 9-2 lead going into the fifth inning. In the top of the fifth, Ashdown scored two runs and the Curley Wolves scoreless again to give visiting Ashdown an 11-2 lead.
In the sixth, the Panthers were held scoreless and the Wolves sparked for two runs scored but trailed Ashdown 11-4. With a seven-run deficit going into the seventh, Ashdown put the game out of reach with six runs scored to give them the 13-run lead and Prescott fell short to rally back in the bottom of the seventh. For the game, Prescott scored four runs on six hits. Eric Wingfield scored one run, Trey Rucker scored a run with a hit and an RBI. Hank Crain had two hits, Thomas Muldrow scored one run, Peyton Chandler scored a run with two hits and two RBI's and Brody Pennington had a hit. Chandler had the only team stolen base against Ashdown.
At the mound, Muldrow and Rucker each pitched two innings and Riley Robbins pitched three innings. Rucker allowed three hits, three runs, walked two and struck out one batter. Muldrow allowed one hit, six runs, walked five and struck out one batter. Robbins allowed six hits, eight runs, two walks and struck out one batter.

Game 2
CURLEY WOLVES 7, ASHDOWN 10
In the finale game of their double-header, the Wolves displayed a competitive bout to Ashdown in the second battle. Prescott sparked to lead Ashdown 2-1 in the first inning, then drove in four runs scored in the second to hold the Panthers scoreless with the Wolves leading the Panthers 6-1 after the second inning. Prescott held their four-run lead through the fourth inning, but Ashdown rallied back in the fifth with five runs scored to tie the game at 6-6 at the end of the fifth. In the sixth, the Panthers scored four runs to take an 10-6 lead. In the seventh, the Panthers were scoreless, but the Wolves sparked for one run scored in the bottom, but fell short to tie or take the lead to fall 10-7. Prescott scored seven runs on eight hits with Ashdown scoring 10 runs on nine hits with six errors.
For the game, Chandler had three hits, Rucker had two hits, Kade Honea, Robbins homered and Muldrow had a hit. Pennington had two RBI's, Winfield, Muldrow and Robbins each had a RBI. Pennington, Crain and Robbins each scored two runs apiece and Chandler scored a run. Crain and Rucker each had a stolen base.
At the mound, Winfield pitched one inning, Timmy Hopkins pitched five inning, allowed nine hits, six runs and walked one batter. Pennington pitched allowed four runs and walked four batters.

CURLEY WOLVES 10, COSSATOT RIVER 6
The Wolves had to rally back from  a 4-0 deficit through the fourth inning, then trailing 6-3 after the fifth inning, the Prescott rallied back to secure a 10-6 victory in extra innings against Cossatot River on the road. The Wolves stepped up defensively to hold the Eagles scoreless for the sixth, seventh and eighth innings to march onto victory. Prescott scored one run in the sixth, then two runs in the seventh to tie the game at 6-6 to force an extra inning. In the eighth, the Wolves took the lead for good with four runs scored to hold off the Eagles for the four-run victory. Prescott scored 10 runs on 10 hits and Cossatot River collected six runs on four hits with nine errors.
For the game, Rucker, Crain, Muldrow and Pennington each had two hits apiece. Wingfield and Haynie each had one hit apiece. Rucker had three RBI's, Wingfield, Haynie, Crain, Muldrow and Chandler each had one RBI apiece. Wingfield, Crain and Pennington each scored two runs apiece, Rucker, Haynie, Muldrow and Hopkins each scored a run. The Wolves collected nine stolen bases. Rucker had three stolen bases, Hopkins and Pennington each had two stolen bases and Wingfield and Crain each had one base stolen. At the mound, Wingfield pitched three innings, allowed three hits, two runs, walked three batter and struck out one batter. Bailey Adams pitched 1.1 inning, allowed one hit, four runs, walked four batters and struck out one batter. Chandler pitched 3.2 innings, allowed no hits, runs walked one batter and struck out five batters.