The Mountain Home freshman baseball team dropped a doubleheader at West Plains, Mo., on Friday night to end their season.
The Bomber freshmen fell 1-0 in the first game in a pitcher’s duel on a squeeze bunt in the eighth inning.
Drake Patrick pitched a shutout over seven innings and allowed just four hits for the Frosh Bombers. Gage McClain took the loss in the eighth as the Zizzers executed the squeeze play. Jesse Dunn had Mountain Home’s only hit in the game.
Mountain Home also had just one hit in the nightcap, falling 9-0. Gabe Henderson hit a double for the Frosh Bombers’ only hit in the five-inning contest.
Blake Bogy allowed six runs over 11/3 innings, while Alex Stidman allowed three runs over 32/3 innings for Mountain Home, which finishes its freshman campaign at 7-6.