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March 31, 2013

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OKTAHA WINS WELEETKA TOURNEY – Winning pitcher Justin Capps (1-0) had two hits, scored three runs and drove in five as the Oktaha Tigers (6-4) toppled Dewar 10-0 on Saturday to win the championship at the Weleetka tournament.

Capps drove in two runs in the first and three more in the third as the Tigers won on the run-rule. He also gave up one hit and struck out a batter on the mound.

Austin Crowder added two runs and drove in a run.

Earlier in the day Daceauda Davis held Weleetka to four hits in four innings, striking out eight in a 10-0 win. Dalton Martin, Jordan Webb and Crowder each drove in a pair of runs in collecting four of the Tigers’ five hits, Martin going 2-for-2 with a double.

Porum was one player short of playing an official game on Friday and their Saturday opponent in consolation play could not make it back.

SEQUOYAH 10, WESTVILLE 0 – The Sequoyah Indians took third place on Friday, beating Westville as Kyle Helsley led the Indians (3-6) with a 3-for-4 effort, two doubles and three RBIs while Brett Brown and Billy Sunday were both 2-for-3 with Brown driving in three on the day and Sunday two.

CUSHING 2, HILLDALE 1 – The Hilldale Hornets dropped their second straight game, falling to 10-7 with the loss in the third-place game at the Beggs tourney. Bailey Puckett was 2-for-3 with Hilldale’s lone RBI. They’ll take a 10-7 mark into Monday’s game at home versus Locust Grove.

LADY ROUGHERS GRAB TWO – The Lady Roughers (16-6) closed out the Big Cat Classic at Moore with 6-4 win over 6A No. 8 Tecumseh 6-4 and 13-1 victory against Anadarko.

Paige Gann slugged a two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning against Tecumseh. Shaylee Rowland had two doubles, while Carlee Gann and Dee Emarthle added two hits each.

In beating Tecumseh, Rowland had three hits including a double and home run. Paige Gann homered, while Carlee Gann drove in four runs. Kaitlyn Kaiser and Derra Walker each drove in two runs.

MHS GIRLS SECOND – Led by the doubles team of Laura Jardine and Sierra Sanders, the Lady Roughers finished as the runner-up in Claremore Invitational late last week.

Jardine and Sanders won all three of their matches to take the No. 2 doubles title.

Muskogee’s other doubles team, Kaleigha Fields and Alexis Rosson finished as the consolation champions at No. 1. In singles, Abby Wayman finished third at No. 1 and Claire Farmer was the consolation champion at No. 2.


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