Mustang sweeps Lawton Ike for first two district wins, extends win streak to six games

Baseball, Spring Sports

Trey Hunter

April 4, 2024
Kylen Dodge (Jr.) swings at a pitch during a game earlier this season at the Mustang Baseball Complex. Dodge and the Broncos outscored the Lawton Ike Eagles 29-2 on route to their first two district victories this season. (Photo by Ron Lane / Lane Images)

The Mustang Broncos picked up their first district victories with a two-game sweep of Lawton Eisenhower last week, extending the team’s win streak to six games in the process.

The Broncos (8-8, 2-4) outscored the Eagles 29-2, including a 14-2 win on Monday in Lawton and a 15-0 shutout on Tuesday at home. Mustang racked up 25 hits altogether and allowed just 10.


Nine players drove in at least one run as the Broncos cruised past the Eagles 14-2 in Game 1 last Monday.

Blaine Fulmer (Jr.) led the way at the top of the lineup, going 2-for-4 with three runs and one RBI. Carlos Lopez (Sr.) and Wyatt Williamson (So.) also collected two hits, including a solo homerun by Lopez, while combining for three RBI and one run scored.

Williamson and Nate Sutton (So.) each drove in two runs while Fulmer, Lawson, Lopez, Jakson Weaver (Sr.), Carson Sawyer (Sr.), Mason Jordan (Sr.), and Kaden Williams (Jr.) finished with one RBI apiece.

Jackson Pickelsimer (Sr.), Fulmer, Williamson, and Sawyer all doubled. Williams stole two bases while Fulmer, Weaver, Herrera, and Nathan Gann all swiped one.


Pickelsimer earned the victory on the mound, allowing just five hits and one walk with six strikeouts over four innings. Teagan Munson (Sr.) finished off the victory with four strikeouts over the final three frames.


The Broncos kept rolling with 10 hits over four innings in a 15-0 win last Tuesday.

Seven players collected at least one hit while six drove in at least one run.

Maddox Lawson (Sr.), Kamden Mantooth (So.), and Williamson all finished with two hits while combining for two RBI and five runs scored.

Pickelsimer and Jonathan Pilgrim (Sr.) finished with two RBI apiece while Sawyer, Lawson, Lopez, Jake Blice (Sr.), and Williamson all drove in one run.

Kylen Dodge (Jr.) picked up the win, allowing just two hits and one walk with two strikeouts over five complete.

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