It was a similar script ending in the same result against the Savages, as the team fell 12-7.
Once again, the Demons wasted no time getting on the scoreboard. After Stanley drew a lead off walk, Haley grounded into a fielders choice and Peters played Haley with a single to give Duncan a 1-0 lead in the first.
More offense came in the second, with Hightower blasting the team’s second homerun of the day. After Hunter Phillips walked, Kaspereit ran for him and ended up scoring on a passed ball.
Broken Bow got right back into things in the fourth, putting up four runs on starter Cody Cole. The Savages exploded for three runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth to pull ahead for the win.
Phillips scored on an error in the third, and a three run home run from Haley in the sixth cut into the lead, but it was not enough.
Trevor Stone (2-2), who came in to relieve Cole, took the loss. Stone lasted three innings, letting in four earned runs on six hits.
“The main thing with these games is that our biggest opponent was ourselves,” Hightower said. “We left some balls up in the zone and our opponents made plays.”
The Demons will play their next two games at the Showcase today when it faces Putnam City West at 3 p.m. and Lone Grove at 5:30 p.m.