Phoenix staff reports
Phoenix staff reports
VIAN 12, HEAVENER 0 — Dan Weer had two hits including a grand slam and drove in five runs as the Wolverines (6-1) earned the run-rule victory. It was Weer’s second home run of the season.
Rowdy Simon (2-0) was the wining pitcher. Warren Zachary and Dalton Morris each had two hits.
PRESTON FESTIVAL —The Checotah Wildcats improved to 6-2 for the season after sweeping past Glencoe 8-7 in 10 inning and hammering Weleetka 15-1 by the run-rule.
Kameron Elerick scored on a passed ball in the top of the 10th inning. Tyler Addy pitched the last three innings for the win against Glencoke Addy had three hits in the game along with Caleb Knight. Jack Christian and Tyler Blankenship combed for four hits and three RBIs.
In beating Weleetka, Elerick drove in three runs, while Blankenship had four RBIs with his two hits. Wyatt Hatridge hit a home run for one of his two hits and drove in three runs and Cade Christian added two hits.
Checotah plays Oktaha at 2 p.m. in the festival.
Oktaha lost 10-4 to Tecumsehh as Dakota Davis (0-1) was the losing pitcher for the Tigers (1-2) as Jordan Webb had two hits and two RBIs, while Dalton Martin drove in two runs.
WARNER WINS TWO — Playing in the Okay tournament, the Eagles improved to 6-1 as they beat Mounds 10-0 and Chouteau 7-3 to advance to the championship game against Gore at 3 p.m. today.
Gage Sparrow (2-0) and Tim Smithson (2-0) were the winning pitchers.
Tristan VanDaley had two hits and two RBIs, while Levi Jones tripled and drove in two runs against Mounds. Jones had two hits and three RBIs against Chouteau.
KEYS 12, SEQUOYAH 8 — Sequoyah dropped its season opener to the Keys Cougars (2-4). Mitch Allison was the winning pitcher and Sheldon Wesley was the loser.
Connor Hall had two RBIs for the Cougars. Ryan Helsley and Elijah Tucker drove in two runs each for the Indians.
PORUM 17, QUINTON 16 – Porum held off the Lady Savages to stay unbeaten after six games. Porum led 12-4 in third inning when Quinton began to rally.
Carley Anderson (6-0) was the winning pitcher. She also had four hits and four RBIs, while Katie McCullar was two hits including a triple and three RBIs.
BRAGGS 7-15, WEBBERS FALLS 2-14 — The Lady Wildcats improved to 10-1 after the doubleheadeer sweep. Maggie Warthout (9-1) was the winning pitcher in the first game, while Maria Rachley was the winner in the second game for her first win.
Mady Engbretson and Mykala Coen each had two hits. Coen hit her fourth home run of the season.
In the nightcap, Hannah Mackey was 3-for-4 with two RBIs Coen was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Rachley was 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs in the second game.
ROUGHERS PLACE PAIR —
Muskogee’s Tyreke Beasley finished fifth in the 100-meter dash and the 400-relay of Beasley, Marcus McVay, Quintahj Cherry and Matthew Maxwell finished sixth at Jenks. Attempts to obtain girls results from the coaching staff were unsuccessful.
Oologah at Hilldale, noon
Chouteau at Hulbert, 10 a.m.
Owasso Ram Invitational
Tahlequah vs. Owasso, 7:30 p.m.
Muskogee vs. Fort Gibson, 5 p.m.
Gore vs. Warner, 3 p.m.