A 10-game American Legion baseball winning streak came to a crashing halt Saturday night as the Rogers County Rangers fell victim to Edmond, 8-4, at Legion Field.

The Stars struck early and hard while pounding out 15 base hits and taking full advantage of three Ranger errors.

Limited to five hits by John Reason, Ranger batters put the ball in play throughout the contest. Centerfielder Jordan Lopez and shortstop Eric Godsy, turning in dazzling defensive plays, continuously wiped out Ranger hopes.

In an earlier Saturday game, the Rangers stopped Wagoner-based Three Rivers, 10-0, in a run-rule five-inning game.

Between the two Ranger games Saturday, Edmond also defeated Three Rivers, 4-3.

Rains washed out Monday night’s scheduled game at Legion Field with Salina.

Against Edmond, the Rangers scored their leadoff man, John Chaisson, but that proved to be the lone bright spot. The Stars came back with a pair of runs in the next two innings, then iced things with a four-run fourth.

Ranger starter Curt Simpson, 3-0 coming into the game, never was able to settle into his usual steady groove. Edmond put up all eight runs against him in the first four innings.

Clint Herron replaced Simpson with runners at second and first with one out in the fourth. A double play ended the inning and Herron went on to hold the Stars scoreless the final three innings.

Edmond didn't need more runs.

It appeared in the fifth that Rogers County was getting ready to mount another come-from-behind charge as they have pulled so many times this summer.

Aaron Conger and Chaisson walked to start the inning. Justin Edwards dumped a well-placed fly ball between the shortstop and left fielder to load the bases with no outs.

Blake Kelley was next and he connected for what appeared to be an extra-base hit. Lopez raced over from his center field spot and caught the ball. He quickly fired to first base to double up Edwards.

Conger scored from third, but Reason ended the would-be rally by getting the next batter to also fly to Lopez.

Edmond's top of the fourth saw the first four batters reach base, and each scored. A single, a hit batter and two straight errors produced the runners.

In Saturday's first game, Kyle Head threw shutout ball against Three Rivers while his hitting teammates backed him with run support.

Steffon Williams and Vincent Pironti each had a pair of two-run singles as Rogers County jumped to a 5-0 first-inning lead.

The Rangers will return to Legion Field for a 7 p.m. Thursday game with Okmulgee.