Jordan Lawrence threw a four-hit shutout as Kerwin Chevrolet of Fort Smith, Ark., beat the Enid Majors 9-0 in six innings in the finals of the Glen Winget Invitational Sunday night.
Enid (30-11) had beaten Kickapoo of Springfield, Mo., 12-6 in the semifinals Sunday afternoon.
Fort Smith had beaten Hillcrest of Springfield, Mo.
Lawrence allowed singles to Brady Kokojan, Tanner Rutledge, Braden Rogers and Christian Voitik.
“He pretty well dominated us,’’ said Enid assistant coach Butch Lingenfelter. “He did a good job. They were a good team. They swung the bats well.
Fort Smith ended the game with a three-run sixth. They had a run in the first and two in both the second and the third.
Bradley Kinsey took the loss for the Majors.
“We still had a good tournament,’’ Lingenfelter said. “We had a good time and our guys got better and we got to look at a lot of different guys. The good thing is we’re home for the rest of the season (Enid will host both the state and South Plains Regiona Connie Mack championships).’’
Enid 12, Kickapoo 6
Kokojan went 3-for-5 with a double. He scored three runs. Kinsey was 2-for-4 and scored three runs. Voitik with 2-for-4 with two runs scored.
Rutledge was 2-for-4 with a run scored. Garret Bieber’s two-RBI single was the big blow in a nine-run third inning.
The Majors pounded out 11 hits overall. They added a single run in the fourth and two in the fifth.
“We were swinging the bats real well,’’ Lingenfelter said.
Cooper Skluzacek went four innings to pick up the victory on the mound. He did not walk a batter.
Enid 5, Kickapoo 4
The Majors earned the No. 1 seed for the championship round by beating Kickapoo 5-4 late Saturday night.
J.D. Dillon drove in Voitik for the eventual winning run with a double in the fifth inning. Voitik had walked and stolen second.
Kros Bay was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI. Garron Nixon was 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored. Cole Floyd was 2-for-4.
Winning pitcher Colton Bunney gave up four hits and two runs over 41⁄3 innings. He struck out four and walked three.
Xaiver Sundman got the save. He did not walk a batter over 21⁄3 innings, while striking out two and giving up two runs and three hits.
The Majors had seven hits. They scored twice in the second and once in the third, fourth and fifth.
They were undefeated in pool play, having outscored opponents 28-8.
The Majors are off today, but will face arch-rival Midwest City Outlaws in a 4 p.m. doubleheader on Tuesday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark