PRYOR — The offense continues to struggle for the Miami baseball team, as the Wardogs managed only one hit in a 4-0 loss to Pryor here Friday, March 9.

A one out, fourth inning double into the left-center gap by Conner Womack was MHS’ only hit in the game.

“We still didn’t get the offense going, but got better defensively and with the pitching,” Miami coach Jeremy Strack said. “At bats were more competitive, but we still struck out to many times (nine).”

Pryor got all four of its runs in the second inning off Wardog starter Hunter Hartman.

“Brant Morris pitched four good innings for us,” Strack said.

Morris took over for Hartman in the second inning and yielded three hits and four walks over 3 1/3 innings.

Grant Nolte pitched the sixth, allowing one hit and a walk.

Pryor’s attack included a double and six singles.

Miami had five other baserunners in the game with two reaching third base only to be stranded.

Next:

After traveling to Jay for a district game Monday, March 12, the Bulldogs are here Tuesday, March 13.

Vinita and Miami play a district home-and-home series Thursday and Friday, with the Thursday game at Joe Pollock Field/Miami Stadium.