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The Sooners beat Notre Dame 6-2 and managed to win the CVS final

OMAHA, Neb. ( Associated Press) – Cade Horton scored a record 11 in his career in six innings, Tanner Treadway continued a great postseason with three goals, and Oklahoma took control of their series in the College World Series with a 6-2 victory over Notre Dame on Sunday night.

The Sooners (44-22) need another victory to advance to the best of Saturday’s three finals. They will play on Wednesday against the winner of the elimination match on Tuesday between Notre Dame (41-16) and Texas A&M. Egi beat Texas 10-2 on Sunday.

Horton, who operated on Tommy John 16 months ago and did not play until March 29, had at least six innings for the third consecutive start. The freshman in the red shirt kept the Irish goalless in three singles in the first five innings.

Horton (5-2) gave up on Homer David LaMana in two runs to go in the sixth and did not come out in the seventh. He threw 100 throws a season.

Tredevai continued to be the catalyst for the Sooners. He now hits 0.513 (20 of 39) in the NCAA tournament after scoring 3 for 4 and extending his streak to 16 games. He drove in two runs and scored two goals.

Starter Notre Dame Austin Temple passed three of the eight hitters he faced and was drawn with one in the other. Facilitator Aidan Tirell (5-2) came out of the inning, but ran into problems in the third.

Peiton Graham knocked out a single in the field, stole the second and scored on Treadway’s goal from base. Treadway was second on the extra ball and returned home on a Wallace Clark single.

The Sooners added three more series in the sixth and took a 5-0 lead. Two of them hit Clark’s ass on a safety grip. Treadway returned from third place, and Jimmy Crooks followed him from the first when Carter Putz picked up the ball and savagely threw it to Jared Miller, who was covering the bag.

Putz had four of the seven Irish, the last of whom led in the eighth inning and encouraged players in Notre Dame dugout to grab his “banana rally”.

The Irish pulled bananas during the postseason when they needed positive will in the late innings. If something good happens, the players take a bite. But Jack Ziska hit a double play and LaManna flew out to finish eighth.

The Irish got their first two shots at base in the ninth, but Clark stepped on the bag in the third and threw in the first for a double play when Zack Preisner landed him. Trevin Michael hit Ryan Cole to stop the game.


The fourth inning in Oklahoma ended with a crazy game after Peyton Graham singled out in the right field, and John Spikerman from the OU rounded out the second and moved on to the third.

Right-hander Brooks Kuci threw to third and got Spikerman, but the ball jumped out of Jack Brenigan’s glove as he tried to put the mark. The ball bounced off third base coach Clay Van Hook and stopped next to Brenigan. He picked it up and marked Spikerman, who did not realize that the ball had come out of his glove and turned to return to the dugout.


The match started with some excitement as the first base player of the OU Blake Robertson overturned the fence for the dugout Notre Dame while catching Cole’s foul on the first field. Robertson raised his glove to show the referees he was holding the ball.


More Associated Press College of Sports: https://apnevs.com/hub/college-sports and https://tvitter.com/AP_Top25

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