The Indians' first run came in the first when a bloop single to right field by Tyler Romack fell in between second baseman Hartke and Reid Shoemaker in right. They'd score two more in the fourth, scoring runs on a bases-loaded hit by pitch by Rankin and a walk by Zach Monroe.
Dieterich got an RBI single in the fourth from Hartke, leaving them loaded, and would score again in the fifth on a sacrifice fly by Poe, leaving the bases loaded again.
The two teams began this game Tuesday, playing less than an inning with Neoga up 2-0 before a thunderstorm quickly came and washed the game out. The game was started over from the beginning.
For the Movin' Maroons, it was another tough National Trail Conference loss, losing their third game by one run.
"The way we're looking at it, those mistakes have cost us three conference games," VanScyoc said. "It's plays we make in the field or balls that we haven't caught that we should have. We're going to keep working, pushing forward and things are going to come together by the end of the fall season."
Walk earned the win, going 6.1 innings before leaving with the bases loaded. He allowed five hits, five walks and struck out seven while allowing three runs (two earned).
He was also 2-for-4, while Rankin, Romack and Baker each had one hit and one RBI.
"He was a bulldog for us," Miller said. "We lucked in to one, to be honest. They played a great game. I thought we did a pretty good job hanging in there, but I think we lucked in to one."
Hartke was 2-for-3 for Dieterich, reaching base all four times thanks to a walk and an error. Poe and Shoemaker each went 1-for-3 and Alex Bohnhoff was 1-for-4.