MIAMI — Verdigris got back on track at Miami’s expense.
The 3A No. 1 Cardinals, who dropped a 9-8 decision at 2A No. 10 Wyandotte on Monday, bounced back to claim an 8-0 victory Thursday night at Joe Pollock Field/Miami Stadium.
MHS (2-4) managed only four hits in the six-inning game and Conner Womack had two of those.
Drew Williams and Eli Coyne also added singles for the Dogs.
The Wardogs, who stranded only five runners, had a scoring chance in the bottom of the sixth.
Isaac Keller reached second on a one-out error, and then made it to third on a groundout by Williams.
However, a strikeout by Brant Morris ended the game.
Verdigris (4-1) picked up single runs in the second, third and fourth innings, then kicked in the run rule with a five-run sixth.
The Cardinals had six hits and took advantage of six walks, four errors and a hit batter.
However, the Wardog trio of Keshon Witham, Morris and Hunter Hartman combined for nine strikeouts.
Witham worked the first four innings, and then Morris and Hartman each threw an inning.
The Wardogs are off a week with spring break. Their next action will be March 16 against Sapulpa in the Verdigris Tournament.