The Salina offense came alive, but it was too late.
Haven plated six runs in the first two innings and hung on to beat the Salina Shock 8-3. Haven’s Springer and Stewart recorded two-RBI nights at the plate, pushing the Warhawks’ record to 7-14.
The Shock scored three times in the sixth and seventh innings, but the attack wasn’t enough.
Salina (1-10) accumulated seven hits, two coming from Jeb Sauer, who finished 2-for-3 with an RBI. Adam Chesser of Friends was 1-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored.
The Shock turn their attention to Cheney for a home contest at Dean Evans Stadium Thursday. First pitch is at 7 pm.