A walk off single threw the Henryetta high school baseball team into the consolation brackets at the Dewar festival this past weekend.
The Knights had the game tied up at 5-5 with Allen in the bottom of the sixth when an RBI single scored the deciding run for the Mustangs.
That put Henryetta against the Weleetka Outlaws when a wild pitch gave the Dirtbags a 5-4 win.
Ironically the brackets pitted the HHS nine against Allen in the Friday nightcap that wound up being a 10-0 run rule loss for Henryetta.
In the first Allen game, Henryetta was down by one run, 2-1, in the first inning. An error in the second allowed David Reid to score then a sacrifice fly by Connor Bullard brought Christian Gray home putting Henryetta ahead 3-2.
The third inning saw Gage Osmond score on a fielder’s choice hit by Skylar Greenhaw.
In the third inning, Allen’s J. Hisaw went yard to left putting Henryetta ahead by only one run.
Pemberton pushed the HHS lead to five in the top of the fourth when Dalton Pemberton scored on a balk by the Mustang pitcher.
Allen would get another home run in the fourth inning then tie up the match on a sacrifice grounder in the bottom of the sixth scoring one. With two outs, the Mustangs used a line drive single to left for the winning run.
Against Weleetka Henryetta scored one run in the first but the Outlaws countered with two in the second.
Henryetta came back in the third with RBI scores by Austin Palmer, Dalton Pemberton and Taylor Homeric.
Weleetka would get two runs in the fifth on Rbis to tie up the game.
In the bottom of the fifth, with two outs, Skylar Greenhaw would score the winning run on a wild pitch.
The nightcap saw Allen scored five runs in the first inning then added another the second then four in the fourth to run-rule the Dirtbags 10-0.

HHS-Allen night game