HILLDALE 26, TULSA EDISON JV 1 — Hilldale scored 21 runs on 13 first-inning hits in a first-round win in the Beggs tournament. The Hornets (10-5) also took advantage of six walks.
Miles Jackson, Scott Rodden, Colby Mullens, and Devin Riede each collected two hits in the first while Riede had a double and triple with four RBIs. Bill Muse got the win going two innings giving up no runs and striking out four.
Hilldale gets Morris in a semifinal today at 4.
EUFAULA 13, CROWDER 4— The Ironheads dropped Crowder in the Crowder tournament in four innings. Dillion Larkin was the winning pitcher, throwing all four innings striking out two and giving up three hits. He improved to 2-1. Top hitters were Forrest Paden who was 3-for-3 and Ronnie Hallum who was also 3-for-3. Eufaula (8-3) continues tournament play at 7 p.m. against Muldrow.
STILWELL 6, FORT GIBSON 2 — The Tigers (3-8) scored a run in the first and another in the sixth but allowed six unanswered in between at home. Colton Dorris pitched four innings as the starter, giving up a pair of runs. Tyler Statts came in and gave up four runs in middle relief.
Tristan Johnson had an RBI single in the first and Josh Nunez’s fielder’s choice grounder accounted for the other run.
WEBBERS FALLS 15, ARKOMA 1— The Warriors (2-5) finished Arkoma in three innings in Thursday night’s contest. Jordan Sharp got the win and improved to 2-1, pitching two innings and striking out two. Jonathan Bray was 3-for-3 for Webbers.
OKTAHA 12, PORUM 0 — Jordan Webb (3-2) held the Panthers hitless in a three-inning tournament run rule in the Weleetka Invitational, striking out six and issuing one walk. Webb helped his own cause with his third home run of the season, a two-run shot, and finished the day 2-for-2 with four RBIs. Zach Evans was 2-for-2 and scored twice and Austin Crowder added a three-run double for the Tigers (4-4) who play the Weleetka-Quinton winner at 4 p.m. today with Porum (6-6) drawing the loser at noon.
NOBLE 1, CHECOTAH 0 — The Wildcats had three hits in a first-round game at the Seminole tourney but couldn’t get a run for Cameron Elerick (3-2), who struck out five in six innings while giving up three hits against the No. 6 team in 5A, now 16-0. Trey Blankenship had two of Checotah’s hits in three at-bats. The Wildcats (9-6) get Konawa at 12:30 p.m. today in consolation play.
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