When it was over Carl Albert walked away with 14-2 victory.
The Bulldogs were their own worst enemy. AHS pitching issued nine walks, hit a batter and their were four errors.
If your looking for a bright spot it came in the form of senior first baseman Christian Kneisel. Kneisel gave the Bulldogs their first run when he led off the fourth inning with a towering home over the fence in left center.
That was one of three hits for the Bulldogs, Nine hole hitter Matt Wilhite was two for two with a single and a double.
A sacrifice fly by Kasen Warren accounted for the other run for the Bulldogs.
Carl Albert (29-3) who had 13 hits in the game, came to town with three highly regarded prospects that drew a scout from the Seattle Mariners to the game.
Catcher Taylor Hawkins, bound for the University of Oklahoma was two for three including a bunt hit and his 19th home run of the season over the fence just right of centerfield.
Shortstop Alex Polston headed for Oklahoma State, was two for three. First baseman Gavin Levalley was two for two and two walks. He has hit 15 homers and has not decided where he will go to college.
Altus is 7-17 on the season and 5-7 in the district. They will host Lawton Eisenhower in a 5:30 p.m. game. It will be the final home game of the season and the seniors will be honored.