LAMAR — The Diamond Wildcats took two more tough losses in the Lamar Tournament on Monday, 10-0 against Lamar and 6-0 against Butler.

The Wildcats have not yet plated their first run after their first three games and were outscored 37-0.

Lamar scored one run in the first, one in the third, five in the fourth, and three in the seventh en route to a home field victory.

Diamond managed four hits in the contest — including two by senior and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M signee Leighton Bridgewater. Hunter Shallenburger and Brodie Wilson each had the other hits.

Durham Mickey took the loss, allowing seven runs (all earned) on nine hits over 3 1/3 innings with no strikeouts and four walks. Shallenburger picked up two outs and Bryce Clevenger allowed three runs (all earned) on four hits over three innings with three strikeouts and two walks.

Lamar improved to 3-0 with the victory, outscoring their first three opponents 40-3.

Case Tucker hit a pair of home runs to spark the Tigers and Donte Stahl pitched a four-hit complete game shutout with 14 strikeouts.

The Wildcats, though, committed no errors against Lamar, a highlight in defeat.

Butler scored three runs in the first and picked up two in the third and one in the fourth, while Diamond could only get a pair of hits — Cameron Addington and Brodie Wilson singles — against Butler pitcher Cody Gabriel.

Gabriel earned the win and he struck out 10 and walked one over five innings of work. Nathan Williams struck out one and gave up no hits during his two innings.

Kyler Terry took the loss with six runs allowed (five earned) on six hits over four innings and Eli Cupp pitched two scoreless innings in relief.

Terry and Cupp combined for 10 strikeouts and six walks (Terry six strikeouts and three walks, Cupp four strikeouts and three walks).

Diamond returned to action Thursday against Pierce City and East Newton in the Purdy Tournament and then Friday against tournament host and state-ranked Purdy.