OKTAHA SWEEPS — The Lady Tigers (5-2) took three games at the Hartshorne Festival.
Callie Barnes, Callie King and Kelsey Cantwell were 2-for-3, Barnes with a team-high three RBIs, in a 12-4 win over Antlers. They then knocked off Talihina 8-0 as Barnes and King again went 2-for-3 and Caitlin Sikes had a two-run single.
Sikes hit her second home run of the season as she and Barnes were 2-for-3 in a 4-1 win over Wilburton.
WARNER DROPS TWO— The Lady Eagles (7-3) dropped two games, one against Muldrow 10-9, and the other against Vian 7-2. Warner had eight errors against Muldrow and seven against Vian. Brandie Center was the losing pitcher in both which moved her record to 7-3. Kristi Milligan went 3-for-3 against Vian.
A trio of players for the Lady Eagles hit home runs in the matchup with Muldrow. Kristen Lane hit two giving her six for the year, Brianna Lane hit one giving her two for the year and Carley Lyons hit a solo home run giving her two for the year as well.
PORUM-CHECOTAH THREE-WAY — Porum cranked out five hits in the ninth, scoring six runs to beat Checotah 14-10. Katie McCullar pitched the final inning for the save for starter Makayla Tillery (10-0). Carly Anderson was 2-for-5 with three RBIs and Johnna Bailey was 2-for-4 and drove in four runs. For Checotah, Kiah Hill was 3-for-5 with her first home run and Kelsey Kelley hit her third.
Porum beat Roland 13-5. Anderson was 2-for-3 with an RBI and Tillery was perfect in two at-bats. Also, Checotah (1-3) was knocked off by Roland 19-10 despite Hanna Hagler’s second home run of the season for Checotah. Hagler, Casey, Hill and LeeLee Horner had two hits each.
FORT GIBSON WIN TWO IN LOCUST GROVE TOURNEY— The Lady Tigers (2-5) notched two wins in the Locust Grove tournament, starting with a 22-1 win against Locust Grove JV. In that game, Miranda Cherry was 4-for-4 with a three-run home run. Fort Gibson won against Jay 6-5, coming back from a 5-1 deficit in the fifth inning with five runs. They dropped their third game to Fairland losing 5-6. Isabelle Hubbert was 3-for-3 with an RBI. Taylor Cosby was the pitcher in each game, her record moving to 2-5. Fort Gibson plays Stillwell at 11 a.m. in Locust Grove.